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SONNETS OF SHAKS PER E.
THESE Sommets were published without the consent
It has been strongly advocated by Mr. Boaden, and
ery generally believed, that William Herbert, Earl Pembroke, is the person to whom the Sonnets are dressed; but I trust the following pages will satispctorily refute this ingenious supposition. The dedication, in my opinion, merely means, Mr. T. T., Thos. Thorpe, the publisher, wishes Mr. W. H., the collector of these sonnets, all happiness and that etermity, which the Poet promised his friend.