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THE

PLAYS

O F

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.

VOLUME the FOURTH,

CONTAINING,

WELL

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.

TWELFTH NIGHT.

WINTER's TALE.

MACBETH.

LONDON:

Printed for C. BATHURST, J. BEECROFT, W. STRAHAN, J.
and F. RIVINGTON, J. HINTON, L. DAVIS, HAWES,
CLARKE and COLLINS, R. HORSFIELD, W. JOHNSTON,
W. OWEN, T. CASLON, E. JOHNSON, S. CROWDER, B.
WHITE, T. LONGMAN, B. LAW, E. and C. DILLY, C.
CORBETT, W. GRIFFIN, T. CADELL, W. WOODFALL, G.
KEITH, T. LOWNDES, T. DAVIES, J. ROBSON, T. BECKET,
F. NEWBERY, G. ROBINSON, T. PAYNE, J. WILLIAMS,
M. HINGESTON, and J. RIDLEY.

MDCCLXXIII,

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ALL's WELL

THAT

ENDS WELL.

VOL. IV.

B

Perfons Represented.*

KING of France.
Duke of Florence.

Bertram, Count of Roufillon.

Lafeu, an old Lord.

Parolles, a parafitical follower of Bertram; a coward, but vain, and a great pretender to valour.

Several young French Lords, that ferve with Bertram in the Florentine war.

Steward,

Clown, } Servants to the Countess of Roufillon.

Countess of Roufillon, mother to Bertram. Helena, daughter to Gerard de Narbon, a famous phyfician, fome time fince dead.

An old widow of Florence.

Diana, Daughter to the widow.

Violenta,

Mariana,

} Neighbours and friends to the widow.

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

SCENE lies partly in France, and partly in Tuscany.

*The perfons were first enumerated by Rare.

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