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Identifier: britishtheatre_k12bell
Title: British theatre
Year: 1791 (1790s)
Authors: Bell, John, 1745-1831
Publisher: London : J. Bell
Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Pittsburgh Library System

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d rough^No stationdfriends he seeksy no hir^d applause;But constitutes you jurors in his cause. For fame he writes- Should folly be his doom^ Weigh well your verdi6i, and then give it home :Should you applaud, let that applause be true ;For, undeserved, it shames both him andyou. Drain2tii3 Ji^frfonae* COVENT.GARDEN,* Meu*67r Benjamin Dove, «, • - Mr. Quick.Belfield Senior, - - - Mr. Davies» BErFiELD yunior, - . - Mr. Farren. Captain Irossides, - - - Mr,Ryder* Skiff, Master of tbe Prit-ateerJ - - Mr. Fearon.Paterson, _ - - - - Mr. Cubitt. o/J Goodwin, a FisLertna?!, - - Mr. Hull. Philip, his Son, . - ^ - Mr. Macready. Francis, Servant to Belfield junior, - Mr. Thompson^Jon A TK AN, Seri-ant to Sir BenjaTr^in, - Mr. Gardner. TVoiT.en, - Mrs. Webb. - Mrs. Pope. - Mrs. Wells. - Miss Stuart. - Miss Rowsoh. Sailors, &c, &c.S c E N E 5 The Sea- Coast of Cornivall. Lady Dove, » _ . -Sophia, Sir Benjamini Daughter,VioLETTA, JVife io BelReld Senior,Lucy Waters, - - -Fanny Goodwin,

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THE BROTHERS. ACT /, SCENE I. yf rocky Shore^ with a Fishermans Cabin in the Cliff: aviolent Tempest., with Thunder and Lightning : a Skipdiscovered stranded on the Coast. The Characters enter^after having looked out of their Cabin^ as if wailingfor the Abatement of the Siorm. Goodwin, Philip, a/zaf Fanny. Philip.It, blows a rank storm; t;s well, father, we hauldthe boat ashore before the weather came on; shessafe bestowd, however, let what will happen. • Good. Ay, Philip, we had netd be provident: ex-cept that poor skiff, my child, what have we leit inthis world that we can call our own ? Phil. To my thoughts now we live as happily inthis poor hilt, as we did yonder in tJie grea house,when - ou was Squire Belfields principal tenant, andas toppinv a fanner as any in the whole county ofCornwall. - B IQ THE BROTHERS. Ad /. Good. Ah, child I P/iil. Nay, never droop ; to be sure, father, thesquire has dealt hardly with you, and a mighty pointtruly he has gained; the ruin of an honest ma

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