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Author: Southerne, Thomas, 1660-1746.
Title: Sir Antony Love, or, The rambling lady a comedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal by Their Majesties servants / written by Tho. Southerne.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Sir Antony Love, or, The rambling lady a comedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal by Their Majesties servants / written by Tho. Southerne.
Southerne, Thomas, 1660-1746.

London: Printed for R. Wellington ..., MDCXCVIII [1698]
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60969.0001.001

Contents
title page
publisher's advertisement
Dramatis Personae.
To my FRIEND Tho. Skipwith, Esq
Sir Antony Love: OR, The Rambling Lady.
act
ACT II.
SCENE I. A Garden.
ACT III.
SCENE I. Waitwell placing Bottles on the Table.
SCENE changes to the Street.
SCENE, The Abbe's House.
SCENE Changes to the Street.
SCENE changes to the Back-side of a Great House with Gardens.
ACT IV.
SCENE I.
SCENE changes to a Bed-Chamber.
SCENE changes to the Street.
SCENE changes to Sir Antony's Lodging.
ACT V.
SCENE I.
SCENE Changes to a Bed-Chamber. SONG.
SCENE changes to the Street.
SCENE changes to the inside of a House.
SCENE, the back-side of a Nunnery.
SCENE, the Abbe's House.
SCENE, the Street.
songs
A SONG in the Second ACT.
A SONG in Dialogue, in the Fourth ACT.
SONG in the Fifth ACT. By Major-General Sackvile.
PROLOGUE. Spoken by Mrs. Bracegirdle.
EPILOGUE. Spoken by Mrs. Botelar.