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Mrs. D. Come, turn out of the house, and he thankful that my brother does not hang you, for he could do it; he's a justice of peace ;-turn out of the house, I say

Jus. W. Who gave you authority to turn him out of the house?- he shall stay where he is.

Mrs. D. He shan't marry my niece.

Jus. W. Shan't he? but I'll show you the difference now; I say he shall marry her, and what will you do about it?

Mrs. D. And you will give him your estate too, will you?

Jus. W. Yes, I will.
Mrs. D. Why, I'm sure he's a vagabond.

Jus. W. I like him the better ; I would have him a vagabond.

Mrs. D. Brother, brother!

Haw. Come, come, madam, all's very well; and I see my neighbour is what I always thought him, a man of sense and prudence.

Sir W. May I'never do an ill turn, but I say so too.

Jus. W. Here, young fellow, take my daughter, and bless you both together ; but hark you, no inoney till I die. Sister Deborah, you're a fool. Mrs. D. Ah, brother, brother, you're a silly old

[Exit, L. Ham. Adds me, sir, here are some of your neighbours come to visit you, and I suppose to make up the company of your statute ball; yonder's music too, I see; shall we enjoy ourselves ?

Enter Villagers, &c. from different sides. If so, give me your hand.

Jus. W. Why here's my hand, and we will enjoy ourselves. Heaven bless you both, children, I say

FINALE.
Hence with cares, complaints, and frowning,

Welcome jollity and joy ;
Every grief in pleasure drowning,

Mirth this happy night employ :
Let's to friendship do our duty,

Laugh and sing some good old straiņ;
Drink a health to love and beauty

May they long in triumph reign.

man.

FALL OF THE CURTAIN.

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Act V. Scene 2.

A TRAGEDY.

En five Acts.

BY NICHOLAS ROWE.

PRINTED FROM THE ACTING COPY, WITH REMARKS,

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL, BY D-G.

To which are added,

A DESCRIPTION OF THE COSTUME, -CAST OF THE CHARACTERS, ENTRANCES AND EXITS, -RELATIVE POSITIONS OF THE PERFORMERS ON THE STAGE, --AND THE WHOLE OF THE STAGE

BUSINESS.

As now performed at the

THEATRES ROYAL, LONDON.

EMBELLISHED WITH A FINE WOOD ENGRAVING,

By Mr. WHITE, from a Drawing taken in the Theatre by

Mr. R. CRUIKSHANK.

LONDON :

JOHN CUMBERLAND, 19, LUDGATE HILL.

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