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of on: “of sleep” THE TEMPEST, v. 1. 230 (on sleep=a-sleep: among other instances of“on sleep” cited by Malone ad l. is one from Gascoigne's Supposes, “I think they be on sleep),”; “of one horse,” THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, iv. 1. 60 ; “of my hawk or hound,” THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, v. 2. 72 ; “bestow some precepts of this virgin,” ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, iii. 5. 97 ; “bestow of him,” TWELFTH NIGHT, iii. 4. 2 ; “the box of the ear,” 2 HENRY IV., i. 2. 183 ; “A pox of this gout! or, a gout of this pox,” 2 HENRY IV., i. 2. 230 ; “revenged of her,” 2 HENRY IV., ii. 4. 145 ; “God's blessing of your good heart!” 2 HENRY IV., ii. 4. 292 ; “Of him that did not ask but mock, bestow,” CORIOLANUS, ii. 3. 204 ; “take vengeance of such kind of men,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, v. 2. 63 ; “I have an eye of you,” HAMLET, ii. 2. 289 ; “And of all Christian souls,” HAMLET, iv. 5. 196.

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