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Abou Aboul Alib Alibajon alive approaching IRZA back to Cripplegate Benjamin Bowbell Bow BELL Brahma bravoes buried Captain Swipes cere crowd darling boy dear fellow dear Gimbo Doctor Dolus Embalmer English plan Englishman Enter AZAN Enter FATIMA Enter GIMBO Exit father-in-law faultering Folly friends and citizens funeral glorious Gods going grief Guards han't hand Heaven hen-coop Hey down oh Hey merrily oh honour husband Illustrious Stranger IRZA supported island King Aboulifar lac of rupees laws live Majesty is decidedly Malabar married merry England Ministers Mummy maker noble friends noble Prince obey Officer oracle Palace Palanquin Polly poor father pork pye pray Priest Prince Azan Princess Bowbell Princess Irza pye and cucumber royal father royal highness SCENE sloe Sukey supported by FATIMA tell thing Tom Treacle Treacle tripe and butter weep Well---proceed What's wife wish Wishnou wrecked Zounds
Page 13 - I'll swear. So, only let me light upon a husband for the princess, pocket my lac of rupees, and then hurrah for old England, and a jolly bachelor's life! Song. — GIMBO. Dicky Dolus, sick of strife, Thus address'd his scolding wife : " Since in life I've no repose, Death, iny dear, shall end my woes ! Mrs.