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The Drunkard; or, the Fallen Saved
Adapted by W.H. Smith
New York: WM. Taylor and Co.1850

SCENE IV.—Exterior of a Bar-room on the Five Points.—Noise inside—CRIBBS enters and listens at door.


Cribbs.

  So, a regular bar-room fight. Middleton must be secured—here's the watch. [Enter 2d Watchman.—Exit Cribbs, L.

EDWARD, Watchmen and loafers enter struggling, singing, shouting, &c., &c. Exit fighting. Clubs are heard in all directions. First and second loafers enter clinching each other and fighting—several knock downs; square off, recognise each other.


1st Loafer.

  Why, Sam, is that you?


2d Loafer.

  Why, Ned, my dear fellow, is that you?


1st Loafer.

  [Who has had his hat knocked entirely over his head, crown out.] To be sure it is; look here, you've completely caved in my best beaver.


2d Loafer.

  Well, I ask your pardon. [Exeunt arm in arm, R.