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Identifier: britishtheatre_n07bell
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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ey.Mr. Waldron,Mr. Parsons.Mr. Kemblc.Mr. Dodd.Mr. Suett.Mr. Burton.Mr. Packer..Mr. Barrymorc. - Mr. Wright.Women,Angelina, daughter to Charino • - Mrs. Kemble.Louisa, zlady of quality and pleasure - Mrs. Ward.Blvira, iii/fr ^a Don Duart - - - Miss E. Kemble.Honoria, co:<if« fo Louisa - - - - Miss T. TidswelU COVENT^GARDEN. Antonio, 1 ^^ ;^Charino, \ *Don Lew Men,- Mr. Wilson., _ - - Mr. Powell. uncle, (fnd near friend to Cir\os Mr. Quick. Carlos, a student, son to AntonioClodio, tf pert coxcomb, his brother -SancHO, jerT/^M?/o CarlosMonsieur, valet to ClodioGovernor of Li bon _ _ -Don Duart, his nephewDon Manuel, a sea ojpcer in love ivitbLouisa Angelina, </iJw|f/?)f^K ro Charino -Louisa, a lady of quality and pleasure,Elvira,- sister to Don Duart Honor I A, cousin to Louisa Priest, Officers, and Servants, Mr. Holman. - Mr. Lewis. - Mr. Blanchari. - Mr. C. Powell. - Mr. Davies. - Mr. Fennel. - Mr. Macready. Women. - Miss Brunton. - Mrs. Bernard. - Miss Chapman. - Miss Piatt.

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LOVE MAKES A MAN. ACri. SCENE I. A Hall. Enter Antonio and Charing. Antonio.Without compliment, my old friend, I shall thinkmyself much honoured in your alliance ; our familiesare both ancient, our children young, and able to sup-port them; and, I think, the sooner we set them towork, the better. Cka. Sir, you offer fair and nobly, and shall find Idare meet you in the same line of konour: and, Ihope, since I have but one girl in the world, youwont think me a troublesome old fool, if I endeavourto bestow her to her worth; therefore, if you please,before we shake hands, a word or two by the bye jfor I have some considerable questions to ask you. Ant. Ask em. CJia. Well, in the fifst place, you say you have twosons ? Ant. Exaaiy. 8 LOVE MAKES A MAN. Acl L Cha. And you are wiUIng that one of em shallmarry my daughter ?Ant. Willing. Cha. My daughter Angelina?Ant. Angelina. Cha. And you are likewise content that the said An-gelina shall survey em both, and (with my allowance)take to her law

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