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Scene IV

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Published according korter of Parl! May 1.1794 by s. Bell Iravedl

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LONDON:
Printed for JOHN BELL, near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand;
and C. ETHERINGTON, at York,

MDCCLXXIV,

931 1974 vo 6

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THE

TWO GENTLEMEN

OF

V E R O N A.

INTRODUCTION

THIS piece is founded on an agreeable fable pleasantiga

handied; among Shakespeare's irregular plays it holds an advantageous place, and is very alterable

for the theatres, tho' not one of the characters is frongly marked except Launce; nor are the fituations, as they ftand, so interesting by far as might be wiloed: It is very far from a bad piece, and much less diftant from merit; tolerable judgment and genius would make it a living, entertainment.

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} Gentlemen of bis Court.

Duke, Vice-roy of Milan :
THURIO,
EGLAMOUR,
VALENTINE,
PROTHEUS,
ANTONIO, Protheus's Fatber:
PANTHINO, bis Domestick.
SPEBD, Page to Valentine.
LAUNCE, Servant to Protheus,
Servant attending the Duke.
Hoft, a Milanese.
Torre Out-laws.

SILVIA, Daughter to the Duke.
JULIA, a Lady of Verona :
LUCETTA, ber Woman.

Orber Attendants, Out-laws, and Muftcians.

Seene difpari'd; in Verona, Milan, and the Frontiers

of Mantua.

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