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CYMBELINE, King of Britain.
CLOTEN, Son to the Queen by a former Husband.
LEONATUS POSTHUMUS, a Gentleman, Husband to

BELARIUS, a banished Lord, disguised under the Name

of Morgan. GUIDERIUS,

Sons to Cymbeline, disguised under ARVIRAGUS,

the Names of Polydore and Cad

wal, supposed Sons to Belarius. ,PHILARIO, Friend to Posthumus, Iachimo, Friend to Philario, A French Gentleman, Friend to Philario. Caius Lucius, General of the Roman Forces. A Roman Captain. Two British Captains. PISANIO, Servant to Posthumus. CORNELIUS, a Physician. Two Gentlemen. Two Gaolers.

} Italians.

Queen, Wife to Cymbeline.
IMOGEN, Daughter to Cymbeline by a former Queen.
HELEN, Woman to Imogen.
Lords, Ladies, Roman Senators, Tribunes, Appa-

ritions, a Soothsayer, a Dutch Gentleman, a Spanish Gentleman, Musicians, Officers, Captains, Soldiers,

Messengers, and other Attendants. SCENE, sometimes in BRITAIN; sometimes in ITALY.



SCENE I. - Britain. The Garden behind Cym

beline's Palace.

Enter Two Gentlemen.

I Gentleman. You do not meet a man, but frowns : our bloods ! No more obey the heavens, than our courtiers; Still seem, as does the king's. 2 Gert.

But what's the matter? i Gent. His daughter, and the heir of his king

dom, whom He purpos'd to his wife's sole son, (a widow, That late he married,) hath referråd herself Unto a poor but worthy gentleman; She's wedded ; Her husband banish'd: she imprison'd: all Is outward sorrow; though, I think, the king Be touch'd at very heart. 2 Gent.

None but the king ? i Gent. He, that hath lost her, too: so is the

queen, That most desir'd the match : But not a courtier, Although they wear their faces to the bent

1 Inclination, natural disposition.

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