King Lear

Local reader's version correcting the issues in the MIT version listed below
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In 1.1 one speech attributed to just "Lear" also where Albany and Cornwall speak together the character names do not convert prettily in the local version. At 1.1.80 "my love's more richer than my tongue". First Folio has "ponderous" instead of "richer". At 1.1.174 a "Do:" on a line by itself was probably meant to be a stage direction; "ditto", ie. "also laying his hand on his sword". At 1.1.175 following "revoke thy", First Folio has "gift" but other versions do give "doom".
In 1.2, Gloucester's speech "This policy and reverence of age …" first of two "enjoy"s is missing.
At 2.2.56 First Folio has "yeares" but most modern readings prefer "hours".
Line 5.3.189 "ask me not what I know" is spoken by Edmund not Goneril.