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STROLLING GENTLEMEN.

A

COMEDY,

IN FIVE ACTS,

AS PERFORMED AT THE

THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN.

WRITTEN BY

JOHN O'KEEFFE, Esq.

A NEW EDITION.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME,

PATERNOSTER-ROW ;

By C. Mercier and Co. Northumberland-court, Strand.

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SCENE I.-- A Parlour in Lady AMARANTH'S

HOUSE.

Enter John Dory.

John. FINE cruizing this

! without flip or biscuit ! don't know who's the governor of this here fort; but if he can victual us a few-how hollow my bread room sounds! (striking his sides) I'm as empty as a stoved keg, and as tired as an old Dutchman-my obstinate master, Sir George, to tow my old huik-aboard the house, ha, hoy!

Sir Geo. (Without) John! John Dory!
John. (Sits) I'm at anchor.

Enter Sir GEORGE THUNDER.
Sir Geo. I don't know whose house we've got
into here, John; but I think, when he knows me,
we may hope for some refreshment-Eh! (Look-
ing at John) was not I your Captain ?

John. Yes, and I'was your boatswain. And what of all that?

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