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Mor. Two Monsieur Tonsons! I am tunder-struck.
T. King. Jack Ardourly!
Ard. Tom King! Congratulate me.
Enter RUSTY and THOMPSON, the latter with a newspaper Thom. I don't care, Rusty, this is my wife's advertisement, and I will answer it in person. Ha! here is the Frenchman himself. Now, Sir, Mr. Thompson is not dead. I am Mr. Thompson, and demand my wife.
Mor. Tree Monsieur Tonsons! Mon Dieu! dere is no end of dem. Your vife is no here, I tell you; your vife is-Enter FIP and MRS. THOMPSON, R.
Fip. This way, madam; this is Monsieur Morbleu.
[Faints in Madame Bellegarde's arms. Mrs. T. I come to claim my child, my Adolphine. Adol. Ah! my mother!
Thom. Rusty, it must be-t is-my wife.
[Embrace. Rus. Found his wife! then he won't want me to lock him up.
Thom. Ardourly-nephew, you have lost a fortune. Ard. But I have gained a wife, sir, by this discovery, and I am happy.
T. King. [Crosses to c.] I see your hearts are too full for method. Let us in, and mutually explain these seeming mysteries. Mr. Thompson has found a wife and daughter; they have found a husband and a father; Ardourly has found a bride; Monsieur Mörbleu has found out his persecutors; but will, I trust, with the kind permission of our friends, have ample cause to bid our Monsieur Tonson welcome, and gently whisper-Come again. [Exeunt.
DISPOSITION OF THE CHARACTERS AT THE
FIP., ADOLPH., JACK A.,
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS:
En Five Acts,
BY WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE.
PRINTED FROM THE ACTING COPY, WITH REMARKS,
To which are added,
A DESCRIPTION OF THE COSTUME,-CAST OF THE CHARACTERS,
As now performed at the
THEATRES ROYAL, LONDON.
EMBELLISHED WITH A FINE ENGRAVING.
By MR. BONNER, from a Drawing taken in the Theatre, by
JOHN CUMBERLAND, 6, BRECKNOCK PLACE,