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Hamlet, III, IV, 64

John S. Kenyon
Modern Language Notes
Vol. 35, No. 1 (Jan., 1920), pp. 50-52
DOI: 10.2307/2915349
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2915349
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  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Ezekiel 19, 12: "and the East wind dryed vp her fruite"
    • Hosea 13, 15
    • Jonah 4, 5, 8.
  • 2
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • B. Googe (1577): " To preserve it from blast and mildew " (Oxf. Dic. s. v. blast sb.6).
    • Milton Cornus (1634): "Of sov'ran use 'Gainst all inchantments, mildew blast, or damp " (Oxf. Dic. s. v. mildew sb.)
    • Digby (1640) : " Hailstones and Mildews, to batter and prostrate . . . our liberties, to blast . . . our affections " (ibid.)
    • Worlidge (1669): " Blasting hath commonly been mistaken for Mildew" (Oxf. Dic. s. v. blasting vbl. sb.).
  • 3
    This reference contains 9 citations:
    • K. Lear III, IV, 123
    • Meas. for Meas. V, I, 122
    • Haml. I, I, 127
    • I, III, 42
    • I, IV, 41
    • III, I, 168
    • K. Lear II, IV, 170 (Q1)
    • R. Child (1651): "Rank Land where corn is apt to lodge, and consequently to Mildew" (Oxf. Dic. s. v. mildew v.).
    • K. Lear III, VI, 42 (Q1)