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Act V. Scene IV.

Scene IV.—Windsor Park.

Enter SIR HUGH EVANS, disguised, and others
as Fairies.

Eva. Trib, trib, fairies: come; and remember
your parts. Be pold, I pray you; follow me into
the pit, and when I give the watch-ords, do as I
pid you. Come, come; trib, trib. [Exeunt.
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