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3. Dramatis Perfonæ.
DON PEDRO, Prince of Arragon.
Dogberry, } two foolish Officers.
00 Jollib Officers.
Hero, Daughter to Leonato.
A Friar, Messenger, Watch, Town-Clerk, Sexton, and
SCENE, Messina in Sicily.
ACT I. SCENE I. SCENE, a Court before Leonato's House.
Enter Leonato, Hero, and Beatrice, with a Messenger.
Learn in this letter, that Don Pedro of ob Arragon comes this night to Melina. SAID Mell. He is very near by this; he was OSCOS not three leagues off when I left him.
Leon. How many gentlemen have you lost in this action ?
Mef. But few of any Sort, and none of Name.
Leon. A victory is twice itself, when the atchiever brings home full numbers; I find here, that Don Pedro hath bestowed much honour on a young Florentine, call'd Claudio..
Meff. Much deserved on his part, and equally remembred by Don Pedro: he hath borne himself beyond the promise of his age, doing in the figure of a lamb the feats of a lion: he hath, indeed, better beti The Story from Ariosto, Orl. Fur. 1.5i Mr. Pope. B 2