SEXTON.At last an honest sexton joind the throng,
I snuffd the candles; and, let me tell you, that without a candle-snuffer the piece would lose half its embellishments.
Goldsmith.Essays. Strolling Player.
SHADE.Like burning paper, when there glides before
Dante.Inferno, Canto XXV. Line 64.
A pillard shade
Milton.Par. Lost, Book IX.
SHADOW.I am the shadow of poor Buckingham.
Shakespeare.King Henry VIII. Act I. Scene 1. (To himself.)
SHADOW.Shine out, fair sun, till I have bought a glass,
Shakespeare.King Richard III. Act I. Scene 2. (Gloster priding himself on his victory over Anne.)
Shadow owes its birth to light.
Gay.Fable XXVIII. Line 10.
Shall I uncovered stand, and bend my knee
Churchill.Independence, Line 277.
Shakespeare.King Richard III. Act V. Scene 3. (Gloster after his disturbed sleep in his tent.)
She knew she was by him belovedshe knew,
Byron.The Dream, Sect. 3.
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