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    Dramatis Personae

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    SIR SAMPSON LEGEND, father to Valentine and Ben,--Mr Underhill.
    VALENTINE, fallen under his father's displeasure by his expensive way of living, in love with Angelica,--Mr Betterton.
    SCANDAL, his friend, a free speaker,--Mr Smith.
    TATTLE, a half-witted beau, vain of his amours, yet valuing himself for secrecy,--Mr Bowman.
    BEN, Sir Sampson's younger son, half home-bred and half sea-bred, designed to marry Miss Prue,--Mr Dogget.
    FORESIGHT, an illiterate old fellow, peevish and positive, superstitious, and pretending to understand astrology, palmistry, physiognomy, omens, dreams, etc; uncle to Angelica,--Mr Sanford.
    JEREMY, servant to Valentine,--Mr Bowen.
    TRAPLAND, a scrivener,--Mr Triffusis.
    BUCKRAM, a lawyer,--Mr Freeman.


    ANGELICA, niece to Foresight, of a considerable fortune in her own hands,--Mrs Bracegirdle.
    MRS FORESIGHT, second wife to Foresight,--Mrs Bowman.
    MRS FRAIL, sister to Mrs Foresight, a woman of the town,--Mrs Barry.
    MISS PRUE, daughter to Foresight by a former wife, a silly, awkward country girl,--Mrs Ayliff.
    NURSE to MISS,--Mrs Leigh.
    JENNY,--Mrs Lawson.


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