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TRIO. 

Wilder,Sherwood,& Bantam. 



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Are yon STire that they are all in bed? 



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careful how you tread 



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WeVegot him now. 



Confound the stair! For 




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want your cash, 

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take my cfash and all I have But spare my life 



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CHORUS. 

Dorothy, Lydia,Wilder, Sherwood, Bantam, Lurcher,*Choru$. 
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caused such a clatter. 



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eight _ y pounds PerJiaps a lit ^ tie more Sir And as a host I think you re bound The 




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money to re_ store Sir 



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take the money as a loan, 



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gold was all his own with Bass. uj s grace we own ac _ cepts the loan with 




such a tone That onewonld feel inclind to think the gold was all his own, 



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gold was all his own, 



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morn_ing light brings day a _ gain Till the bright morning light Brings us 



mi tne nrignt morning ngnt Brings us 



•^ must 

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11C 

NP19. 



FINALE. 
Dorothy, Lydia, Wilder, Sherwood, Lurch er,Bantam,* Chorus 



PrANO. 




Allegro . 

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TFNftB« RFHIkin 2 " tlme Sol ° DOR! 

TENORS BEHIND Ut time Tenors of Cho? Solo. 
SCENE. 



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horse and hound shall skim the ground to the sound of the horn so gay, 



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horse and hound shall skim Ihe ground to the sound of the horn 



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And the ear _ lydawn of the an-tumn morn is rea _ dy to shew us the 

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<way . . • , And 



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And horse and hound shall skim the ground to the sound of the horn so 



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vav ...» And horse and hound shall skim the ground to the sound of the 



7^ 



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horn so 

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way 



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tuttaforza. 



113 



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— ;r nr^ Y rr ^ Y rr if r rir n 



Lfy ho, 



guy, ^ . ._ . TaLIy ho, TaLIy ho, .^. . Tal_ly ho, TaLIy ho tal-Iy 

f ■ f\ * i . i . i* • 



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(•? f i r" i- ;. cir i' r- e i i' pf I- f- i 

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Enter ooa: OOR: 
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ho, ... . TaLIy ho, .... Tal _ lv ho Tal . lv ho. TaLlv ho. Tal. 



: 



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1H217, 



120 




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nd the ear 




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to . dayT~T^T^ And the ear - ly dawn of the 

up 1 r • g- (i fir s f^ 3 

to day . . . . An r d the ear _ ly dawn of the 

if", i v i f i f'g J 



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tumn morn 



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tumn morn 



is rea - dy to snew us tne wa^ 



• • • • • • 



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rea - dv to shew us the way 



is rea - dv to snew us tne wa^ 

i i Ti i i 1 1 



an _ tumn morn 



is 



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m 



au _ tumn morn 



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au _ tumn morn is rea _ dy to shew us 



the way Tal - ly 



rea _ dy to shew us the way^: — T*7 . Tal_ly 



au - tumn morn 



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^^ 



IS 



rea, _ dy to shew us the vw 



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au - tumn niorn 



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ho, tal_ly ho, tal _ \y ho , , , , . , 'Tis k beau _ ti-fhl hunt - ing" 



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ho, tal _ ly ho, tal _ly ho, . , » . Tis a beau _ ti_ful hunt ^ ing* 



fe 



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ns a 



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ho, tal _ ly ho, tal _ ly no, 



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ho, tal - ly ho, tal_ly ho, . •_. . . 'Tis a beau ^ ti __ ful hunt - ing* 



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<\ P e r Pr pirT- 6 c i c r» i; »r 



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ho, tal _ ly ho, tal _ ly ho, . . . . . Tis a beau _ ti _ ful hunt - 4,-ng 1 



frr i : re f i r r'.sc K U r & ' 

ho, ial_ ly ho, tal _ ly ho, Tis a beau - u_ful hunt - ing 1 




ho, tal _ ly ho . tal - ly h o, .»_«. • Tis a beau _ ti _ful hunt _ ing* 




mm. 



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D. 



•/ sound of the horn 



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J *J J i r 



sound of the horn so g"ay, . 



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sound of the horn 



so 



•^ sound of the 



g^ 



Tal _ ly ho» 



horn 



-„„.». -.. -^ so g-ay, 



^ 



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. Ta! _ Jy ho : 



sonnd of tha horn so 



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ff a y 



f mi. n r ■ 



Tal _ ly ho, 



sound of the horn 






sonnd of the horn 



Wr b > . > i! 



sound of the horn 




m 



And horse and 



Vti 



And horse and 



& 



so gay 



And horse and 




iB^n, 



D. 



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Pause^'^ 
2\ U J time, /^tim* 

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1£S 



sonnet 



of the horn 



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■pCZ 



sound 



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of 



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r > i r • 



so 




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sound 



of the horn 



so 



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sound 



of the horn 




1831 ft 



END OF SECOND ACT.