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ALL's WELL that ENDS WELL

TWELFTH NIGHT; or, WHAT YOU WILL.

The COMEDY of ERRORS.

The WINTER-NIGHT'S TALE.

The LIFE and DEATH of KING JOHN,

EDINBURGH:

Printed by WAL. RUDDIMAN and Company.
MDCCLXIX.

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DRAMATIS

KING of France.
Duke of Florence.
Bertram, Count of Roufillon.
Lafeu, an old Lord.
Parolles, a parasitical follower of
Bertram; a coward, but vain,
and a great pretender to valour.
Several young French Lords, that
ferve with Bertram in the Flo-
rentine war.

PERSON E.

Countess of Roufillon, mother to

Bertram.

Countess.

Helena, daughter to Gerard de
Narlon, a famous phyfician,
fome time fince dead.
An old widow of Florence.
Diana daughter to the wid w.
Violenta, neighbours and friends
Mariana, S to the widow.

Steward, fervants to the Count-"
Clown, Sefs of Roufillon.

SCENE lies partly in France, and partly in Tuscany.

Lords attending on the King; Officers, Soldiers, &c.

A C T I.

SCENE I.

The Countess of Roufillon's houfe in France.

Enter Bertram, the Countess of Roufillon, Helena, and Lafeu, all in mourning.

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N diffevering my fon from me, I bury a fecond hufband.

Ber. And I in going, Madam, weep o'er my father's death anew; but I must attend his Majefty's command, to whom I am now in ward, evermore in fubjection.

Laf. You fhall fiud of the King a husband, Madam; you, Sir, a father. He that fo generally is at all times good, muft of neceffity hold his virtue to you; whofe worthinefs would ftir it up where it wanted, rather than flack it where there is fuch abundance.

Count. What hope is there of his Majefty's amend

ment?

*The plot taken from Boccace, Decam. 3. Nov. 9.

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