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Prince. Then say, at once, what thou dost know of this.

Fri. Let us retire from this dread scene of death, And I'll unfold the whole; if aught in this Miscarried by my fault, let my old life Be sacrific'd, some hours before its time, Unto the rigour of severest law.

Prince. We still have known thee for a holy man. Let Romeo's man, and let the boy attend us: We'll hence, and farther scan these sad disasters: Well may ye mourn, my lords, (now wise too late) These tragic issues of your mutual hate: From private feuds, what dire misfortunes flow !

Whate'er the cause, the sure effect is woe. [Ereunt Omnes.

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PRINCE OF DENMARK;

A TRAGEDY, t

IN Five Acts;

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AS PERFORMED AT THE THEATREs Roy AL

COVENT GARDEN AND DRURY LANE.

BY WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE.

painted UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE MANAGERs *

FROM THE PROMPT Book.

with REMARKs

BY MIRS. INCHBALD,

LONDON :

PRINTED FOR LONG MAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME, - PATERNOSTER ROW,

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