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Manent the two Antipholis's, and two Dromio's.

S. Dro. Mafter, fhall I fetch your stuff from shipboard?

E. Ant. Dromio, what stuff of mine haft thou imbark'd? S. Dro. Your goods, that lay at hoft, Sir, in the Centaur. S. Ant. He speaks to me; I am your master, Drømia. Come, go with us, we'll look to that anon;

Embrace thy brother there, rejoice with him.

[Exeunt Antipholis S. and E. S. Dro. There is a fat friend at your mafter's house, That kitchen'd me for you to day at dinner:

She now fhall be my fifter, not my wife.

E. Dro. Methinks, you are my glass, and not my

brother:

I fee by you, I am a fweet-fac'd youth:

Will

you walk in to fee their goffiping? S. Dro. Not I, Sir; you're my elder. E. Dro. That's a question:

How fhall I try it?

S. Dro. We'll draw cuts for the fenior : 'Till then, lead thou firft.

We came into the world, like brother and brother:

E. Dro. Nay, then thus

[Embracing.

And now let's go

hand in hand, not one before another.

[Exeunt.

THE

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Covent Garden Theatre, 1824

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"Fie, fie, fic now would she cry.
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that to hear her so complain
Seave I could from tears repair
For hu press to lovely shoron

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