The Plays of William Shakspeare, Vol. 8: Containing; As You Like It, And, All's Well That Ends Well (Classic Reprint)
FB&C Limited, 3 jul 2016 - 420 pagina's
Excerpt from The Plays of William Shakspeare, Vol. 8: Containing; As You Like It, And, All's Well That Ends Well
Malone says that nought (meaning nothing) was formerly spelled with an a, naught which is clearly the manner in which it ought still to. Be' spelled, as the word ought, (any thing, ) from whence it is derived, is Spelled so.
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