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* Love's LABOUR's Lost. I have not hitherto discovered any novel on which this comedy appears to have been founded; and yet the story of it has most of the features of an ancient ro
STEEVENS. I suspect that there is an error in the title of this play, which I believe, should be—“ Love's Labours Lost.”. M. MASON.
Love's Labour's Lost, I conjecture to have been written in 1594. See An Attempt to ascertain the Order of Shakspeare's Plays, Vol. II. MALONE.
Ferdinand, King of Navarre.
Princess of France.
* This enumeration of the persons was made by Mr. Rowe.