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Hinwvelet in Vot: 6.P.109.

G.Vanderbuchti:

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Dramatis Personæ.

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TIMON, a noble Athenian.
Lucius,
Lucullus, two flattering Lords.
Apemantus, a churlish Philosopher.
Sempronius, another flattering Lord.
Alcibiades, an Athenian General.
Flavius, Steward to Timon.
Flaminius,
Lucilius, Timon's Servants,
Servilius,
Caphis,
Varro,
Philo,
Titus;

Several Servants to Usurers.
Lucius,
Hortenfius,
Ventidius, one of Timon's falfe Friends,
Cupid and Makers.

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Phryanara

, } Mifreljes to Alcibiades.

Thieves, Senators, Poet, Painter, Jeweller, Mercer and

Merchant; with divers servants and attendants,

SCE N E, Athens; and the Woods not far

from it.

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Enter Poet, Painter, Jeweller, Merchant, and

Mercer, at several dcors.

Po E T.
OOD day, Sir.

Pair. I am glad y' are well.

Poet. I have not seen you long; how goes the world?
Pain. It wears, Sir, as it goes.

Peet. Ay, that's well known.
But what particular rarity? what so strange,
Which manifold record not matches ? fee,
(Magick of bounty!) all these spirits thy power
Hath conjur’d to attend. I know the merchant.

Pain. I know them both; th’ other's a jeweller.
Mer. O'tis a worthy Lord!
Jew. Nay, that's most fixt.
Mer. A most incomparable mar, breath'd as it were
Toàn untirable and continuate goodness.

He passes

few. I have a jewel here.

Mer. O, pray, let's see't:
For the Lord Timon, Sir ?

VOL. VI.

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