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In the facsimile of the sonnet to Fairfax I find
That you may tell heroes, when you come
To banquet with your wife.Chapman's Odyssey, VIII. 336, 337.
Thy firm unshak'n vertue ever brings,which shows how much faith we need give to the apostrophe.
Sleep, Silencea child, sweet father of soft rest.The survival of Horse for horses is another example. So by a reverse process pult and shay have been vulgarly deduced from the supposed plurals pulse and chaise.
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