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ALL's WELL that ENDS WELL
TWELFTH NIGHT; or, WHAT YOU WILL.
The COMEDY of ERRORS.
The WINTER-NIGHT'S TALE.
The LIFE and DEATH of KING JOHN,
Printed by WAL. RUDDIMAN and Company.
KING of France.
Countess of Roufillon, mother to
Helena, daughter to Gerard de
Steward, fervants to the Count-"
SCENE lies partly in France, and partly in Tuscany.
Lords attending on the King; Officers, Soldiers, &c.
A C T I.
The Countess of Roufillon's houfe in France.
Enter Bertram, the Countess of Roufillon, Helena, and Lafeu, all in mourning.
N diffevering my fon from me, I bury a fecond hufband.
Ber. And I in going, Madam, weep o'er my father's death anew; but I must attend his Majefty's command, to whom I am now in ward, evermore in fubjection.
Laf. You fhall fiud of the King a husband, Madam; you, Sir, a father. He that fo generally is at all times good, muft of neceffity hold his virtue to you; whofe worthinefs would ftir it up where it wanted, rather than flack it where there is fuch abundance.
Count. What hope is there of his Majefty's amend
*The plot taken from Boccace, Decam. 3. Nov. 9.