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196 Holding a weake supposall of our worth1.2.18
1853 M. C. Clarke
Clarke
196 supposall] Mary Cowden Clarke (1853): only in Ham.
1872 cln1
cln1 ≈ Clarke without attribution + gloss in magenta underlined
196 supposall] Clark & Wright (ed. 1872): “notion. Not used by Shakespeare elsewhere.”
1878 rlf1
rlf1 ≈ cln1 on single use without attribution +
196 supposall] Rolfe (ed. 1878): “Opinion.”
1938 parc
parc
196 weake supposall] Parrott & Craig (ed. 1938): “slight opinion.”
1939 kit2
kit2
196 our worth] Kittredge (ed. 1939): "my ability to govern."
1947 cln2
cln2
196 supposall] Rylands (ed. 1947): "estimate."
1958 fol1
fol1: standard
196 a weake . . . worth] Wright & LaMar (ed. 1958):“a poor estimate of my ability.”
1980 pen2
pen2: standard
196 weake supposall] Spencer (ed. 1980): “low estimate.”
1982 ard2
ard2: standard
196 weake supposall] Jenkins (ed. 1982): “low opinion.”
1985 cam4
cam4
196 supposall] Edwards (ed. 1985): "supposition, conjecture."
1987 oxf4
oxf4 = cln1 without attribution on only use + gloss in magenta underlined
196 weake supposall] Hibbard (ed. 1987): "poor opinion (Shakespeare’s only use of ’supposal’)."
1988 bev2
bev2: standard
196 weake supposall] Bevington (ed. 1988): “low estimate.”
1992 fol2
fol2: standard
196 a weake . . . worth] Mowat & Werstine (ed. 1992): “i.e., a low opinion of my ability“
2006 ard3q2
ard3q2
196 Thompson & Taylor (ed. 2006): “’supposing that our [[military]] position is weak’”
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