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And I embraco this fortune patiently,
[Exeunt Officers, Worcester, Vernon, and Four
Gentlemen, guarded by Soldiers, L. Rebellion in this land shall lose his sway, Meeting the check of such another day, And, since this business so far fair is done, Let us not leave till all our own be won.
(Flourish of trumpets and drums.
f'rinted by A. H. Darldeon, Ireland Yard, Dootors' Comunalebo
Lissardo. Here's a lying young jade, now! Proythee, my dear, moderate thy passion.
Act III. Scene 2.
In Five Acts,
PRINTED FROM THE ACTING COPY, WITH REMARKS,
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL,
To which are added,
A DESCRIPTION OF THE COSTUME, ---CAST OF THE CHARACTERS, ENTRANCES AND EXITS,-RELATIVE POSITIONS OF THE PERPOR MERS ON THE STAGE,-ANDTHE WHOLE OF THE STAGE
As now performed at the
THEATRES ROYAL, LONDON.
EMBELLISHED WITH A WOOD ENGRAVING,
By Mr. WHITE, from a Drawing by Mr. R. CRUIKSHANK.
JOHN CUMBERLAND, 19, LUDGATE HILL.