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MERRY WIVES OF WINI SOR.

PERSONS REPRESENTED.

Sir John Falstasi

Robin, page to Falstaff. Fenton.

Simple, servant to Slender.
Shallow, a country istice.

Rugby, servant to Dr. Caius.
Slender, cousin lo Siallow,
Mr. Ford,

Mrs. Ford.
Mr. Page 3
two genticnuen dweiling at Windsor.

Mrs. Page. William Page, a boy, son to Mr. Page.

Mrs. Anne Page, her daughter, in love with Fenton. Sir Hugh Evans, a Welsh parson.

Mrs. Quickly, servant lo Dr. Caius.
Dr. Caius, a French physiciu.
Host of thé Garter Inn.

Servants to Page, Ford, &c.
Bardolph,
Pistol,
followers of Falstaff.

Scene, Windsor; and the parts adjacent.
Nym,

es

ACT I.

Eva. It is not meet the council hear a riot; there is no fear of Got in a riot: the council, look you,

shall desire to hear the fear of Got, and not to hear SCENE 1.-Windsor. Before Page's owe Enter Justice Shallow, Slender, and Sir' Hugh Shal. Ha? Omy life, if I were young again, the

a riot ; take your vizaments in that. Evans,

sword should end it. Shallow.

Eva. It is petter that friends is the sword, and

end it: and there is also another device in my Sir Hugh, persuade me not; I will make a Sur Phí: there is Anne Page, which is daughter to

pain, which, peradventure, prings goot discretions chamber matter of it: if he were twenty Sir John n. ister George Page, which is pretty virginity, Falstaffs, he shall not abuse Robert Shallow,

d'le. Mistress Anne Page? 'She has brown hair quire. Slen. In the county of Gloster, justice of peace,

and peuks smalle like a woman.

Es. It is that fery person for ail the 'orld, as ind cordia. Shal. Ay, cousin Slender, and cust-alorum."

just as "cu will desire; and seven luni.ed pounds Slen. Ay, and ratolorum too; and a gentleman; upon his iety's bed'(Got deliver to a joyful resur:

of mon.s and gold, and silver, is her grandsire, born, master parson; who writes himsell’armigero; rections!) :ic, uhen she is able to overtake sevenin any biil, warrant, quittance, or obligation, ar-ieen years olc : 1; were a gooi motion, if we leare migero. Shal. Ay, that we do; and have done any time between masie • Abraham, and mistress Anne

lour pribbles dit rabbles, and desire a Ilariage these three hundred years.

Page. Slen. All his successors, gone before him, have

Shal. Did hei Lr.u'l'sire leave her seven hundred done't; and all his ancestors, that come after him,

pound? may: they may give the dozen white luces in their

Eva. Ay, and horal.cris make her a petter penny. coat.

Shal. I know the v.)'gentlewoinan; he has Shal. It is an old coat. Eva. The dozen white louses do become an old good gifts.

Eva. Seven hundreddin'unds, and possibilities, 1: coat well; it agrees well, passant: it is a familiar

goot gifls. beast to man, and signifies-love. Shal. The 'luce is the fresh fish; the salt fish is Falstaff there ?

Shal. Well, let us ote Lonest master Page. is un old coat.

Eva. Shall I tell you a lie? I du despise a liar, Slen. I may quarter, coz?

as I do despise one that is false; or, as I despise Shal. You may, by marrying.

one that is not true. The knight, sir Jóhn, is there; Eva. It is marring indeed, if he quarter it.

and, I beseech you, be rulcd by your well-willers. Shal, Not a whit. Era. Yes, pyro lady; if he has a quarter of your What, hoa ! Got pless your house here!

I will peat the door (knocks) for master Page. enat, there is but threr: skirts for yourself, in my simple conjectures : but that is allone: if Sir Johni Falstaff have commi'led disparagements unto you,

Enter Page. I am of the church, and will be glad to do my be gevolence, to make atonements and compromises page. Who's there? between you.

Eva. Here is Got's plessing, and your friend, Shal. The council* shall hear it; it is a riot.

and justice Shallow : and here young master Slen. A title formerly appropriated to chaplains.

(3) By our. (4) Court of star-chamber Custos roluloriim.

(5) Advisement. 161 Soft.

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MERRY WIVES OF WINI)SOR.

PERSONS REPRESENTED.

Sir John Falstus!

Robin, page to Falstaff. Fenton.

Simple, servant to Slender.
Shallow, a country istice.

Rugby, servant to Dr. Caius,
Slender, cortsin lo Shallou.
Mr. Ford,

Mrs. Ford.
Mr. Page 1

two genticnuen Iwelling at Windsor. Mrs. Page. William Page, a boy, son to Mr. Page.

Mrs. Anne Page, her daughter, in love with Fenton. Sir Hugh Evans, a Welsh parson.

Mrs. Quickly, servant lo Dr. Caius.
Dr. Caius, a French physiciul.
Host of the Garter Inn.

Servants to Page, Ford, &c.
Bardolph,
Pistol, followers of Falstaff.

Scene, Windsor; and the parts adjacent. Nym,

ACT I.

Eva. It is not meet the council hear a riot; there is no fear of Got in a riot : the council, look you,

Ishall desire to hear the fear of Got, and not to hear SCENE 1.-Windsor. Before Page's "obe Enter Justice Shallow, Slender, and Sir' Hugh Shal. Ha ? o' my life, if I were young again, the

a riot; take your vizaments in that. Evans.

sword should end it.

Eva. It is petter thal friends is the sword, and Shallow.

end it; and there is also another device in my Sir Hugh, persuade me not; I will make a Sur Phí: there is Anne Page, which is daughter to

pain, which, peradventure, prings goot discretions chamber matter of it: if he were twenty Sir John

n. 'ster George Page, which is pretty virginity. Falstafss, he shall not abuse Robert Shallow, es

2'l . Mistress Anne Page ? 'She has brown hair quire.

and 'pruks smalle like a woman. Slen. In the county of Gloster, justice of peace,

En. It is that sery person for all the 'orld, as ind corda.

just as "cu will desire; and seven bunied pounds Shal. Ay, cousin Slender, and cust-alorum." Slen. Ay, and ratolorum too; and a gentleman upon his i'ety's bed'(Got deliver to a joyful resur:

of mons and gold, and silver, is her grandsire, born, master parson; who writes himsellarmigero; rections!), when she is able to overtake seven. in any biil, warrant, quittance, or obligation, ar- teen years ole : 1: were a gooi motion, if we leare inigero. Shal. Ay, that we do; and have done any time between masie • Abraham, and mistress Anne

lour pribbles l.' rabbles, and dexire a larriage these three hundred years,

Page. Slen. All his successors, gone before him, have

Shal. Did he brui'sire leave her seven hundred done't; and all his ancestors, that come after him,

pound? may: they may give the dozen white luces in their

Eva. Ay, and hornlc:is make her a petter penny, coat.

Shal. I know the v.)!!!'& gentlewounan; the has Shal. It is an old coat.

good gifts. Eva. The dozen white louses do become an old

Eva. Seven hundred in'nds, and possibilities, 12 coat well; it agrees well, passant: it is a familiar beast to man, and significs-love. Shal. The luce is the fresh fish; the salt fish is Falstaff there?

Shal. Well, let us be Lonest master Page. is un old coat,

Eva. Shall I tell you a lie? I du despise a liar, Slen. I may quarter, coz?

as I do despise one that is false; or, as I despise Shal. You may, by marrying:

one that is not true. The knight, sir John, is there; Era. It is marring indeed, if he quarter it.

and, I beseech you, be ruled by your well-willers. Shal. Not a whit. Eva. Yes, py'r? lady; if he has a quarter of your What, hoa ! Got pless your house here !

I will peat the door (knocks) for master Page. coat, there is but threr: skirts for yourself, in my simple conjectures : but that is all one : if Sir Johni Falstaff have commi'led disparagements unto you,

Enter Page. I am of the church, and will be glad to do my be nevolence, to make atonements and compromises

Page. Who's there? between you.

Eva. Here is Got's plessing, and your friend, Shal. The council* shall hear it; it is a riot. and justice Shallow: and here young master Slen: (1) A title formerly appropriated to chaplains.

(3) By our. (4) Court of star-chamber Custos roluloriim.

(5) Advisement. (61 Soft.

goot gifts.

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