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Bach one demand, and answer to his part
This play, as Dr. Warburton justly observes, is, with all its absurdities, very entertaining. The character of Autolycus is naturally conceived, and strongly represented.
Solinus, duke of Ephesus.
twin brothers, and sons Antipholus of Ephesus, to Ægeon and Æmilia, Autipholus of Syracuse,
but unknown to each
twin brothers, and atDromio of Ephesus,
tendants on the two Dromio of Syracuse,
Antipholus's. Balthazar, a merchant. Angelo, a goldsmith. A merchant, friend to Antipholus of Syracuse. Finch, a schoolmaster, and a conjuror.
Æmilia, wife to Ægeon, an abbess at Ephesus.
Gaoler, officers, and other attendants.
COMEDY OF ERRORS.
SCENE I.-A hall in the Duke's palace.
Enter Duke, Ægeon, Gaoler, officer, and other
Duke. Merchant of Syracusa, plead ro more;
• Name of a coin.