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KING of France.
but vain, and a great pretender to valour. Several young French Lords, that serve with Bertram in
the Florentine war. Steward, Servants to the Countess of Rousillon. Clown,
Countess of Rousillon, mother to Bertram.
physician, fome time since dead.
Neighbours, and friends to the widow.
Lords, attending on the King; Officers, Soldiers, &c.
SCEN E lies partly in France; and, partly
Enter Bertram, the Countess of Rousillon, Helena,
and Lafeu, all in Mourning.
N dissevering my son from me, I bury a second husband.
Ber. And I in going, Madam, weep o'er my father's death anew; but I must
attend his Majesty's command, to whom I am now in ward, evermore in subjection.
Laf. You shall find of the King a husband, Madam; you, Sir, a father. He, that fo generally is at all times good, must of necessity hold his virtue to
i In DELIVERING my fon from me -] To deliver from, in the sense of giving up, is not English. Shakespear wrote, in DISSEVERING my fon from me The following Words, too,
I bury a second husband demand this reading. For t@ disever implies a violent divorce; and therefore might be com, pared to the burying a busband; which, delivering does not.