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(3) And I will look on both indifferently;] What a contra. diction to this are the lines immediately succeeding? If he loved honour, more than he feared death, how could they be, both indifferent to him? Honour thus is but in equal balance to death, which is not speaking at all like Brutus; for in a soldier of any ordinary pretension, it should always preponderate. We must certainly read;

And I will look on death indifferently. What occasioned the corruption, I presume, was the trane Scribers imagining the abverb indifferently muj le applied to

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** M. Warburton.

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