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In 1607, be sent one of bis tracts to Six Thomas Bodley with the remark.

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" I like better that entry of truth which comes peacoably, as with chalk to mark up those minds which are capable to lodge and harbor snch a guest, than thi U which forces its way with pugnaoi^ and contention." — Adwaiuxr MHt nf Leamwig.

The * Tempest ' was first printed in 1623, but written prob- ably in or about 1613.

Maintain attribution Tht Goog Xt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. The Promus is Bacon's private memorandum book, or, as its name signifies, Uterarj storehouse, embracing nearly two thousand entries in varions laugaages (Qreek, Latin, Italian, Spanish, French, and Bnglish), and contributing an immense Tariet; of metaphors and illustrations to the fature irork of his pen. * The printera of tiie first Shakevpeaie folio made two slight but perfectly obrioaa typognphicil error* in setting up thi« tine.

Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. The 6hak»«peare pages axe «Teiywhera a Uaie with thia imagery. o., and all bat one mentio Qed also bj Bacon in his Sittoria Vitt B et Mortis, as qnoted abore. They made it read a« " For hie Noae wm u iharpe u a Pen, and a Ta Ue of greene Fields." Hie word Ta Ue, b^inniiig with a ca^tal letter, mnat, of ooniae, be a anbatanti Te.

dby Google PARALLELISMS It was the opinion of Aristotle that honey comes from dew, and that bees gather from flowers nothing but wax.

Bacon notices this theory in his Natural History, saying of it: "I have heard from one that was industrious in hus- bandry, that the labor of the bee is about the wax ; and that he hath known, in theb^inoi Dg of May, honey-combs empty of honey, and within a fortnight, when the sweet dews fall, filled like a ce Uar." Then he states his own opinion, agreeing with the anthor of the plays : " for honey, the bee maketh or gathereth it" The old superstition lingers with both authors, however, in the term " honey-dew." KLDEB-TBEE i XD TIHX From SKake-^itan From Bacon "Quid.

Bacon discusses the same snbject in his N.it- nral History, and su^ests that an experiment be made to determine whether or not the elder-tree (among others) be also inimical to the vine. A remarkable definition of poetiy, given by Bacon eighteen years before it appeared in any form in Shake-speare.

The author of ' Cymbehne ' not only makes mention of the same singular theory, as stated in Pliny and Porta, but also applies it in connection with the vine to the elder-tree (instead of the colewort), as Bacon did. ' Tinum of Athena ' was written after Bacon's downfall in 1621.

I do note "Take a wrrice-tree, oraconie- Tbnt Orief and Patience, rooted in lian-tree, or an elder-tree, which him, both we know have &vits of hanh and Do mingle their spnra together. The ancients believed in the existence of sympathy and antipathy among plants. Baoon's Knowledge, Extent o^24a Bacon's Portfolio, 636. Banishment of Women from Court, 14a Bashfolnew and Stage-playing, &S3.

binding jnice, and set them near a Anir, Orow, Patience, vine or fig-tree, and Bee whether And let the ttinldng elder, Grief, the grapes or Sge will not be tbe untwine sweeter."— JVoturol Hutory (162^ His perishing ' root, with the in- 25). They cited particularly the case of the colewort and the vine, declaring that the vine, when- ever it finds itself creeping near its enemy, the colewort, turns away.

' Henry VIII.' was also printed for the first time in the folio of 1623, the date of ita composi- tion in its present form not having been earlier than May 3, 1621.

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