Cromwell (Hugo, tr. Ives)/Dramatis personæ

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Cromwell  (1909) 
Victor Hugo, edited by Little, Brown and Company, translated by George Burnham Ives
Dramatis Personæ

pages 57–58

DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.

Oliver Cromwell.
Elizabeth Bourchier.
Mistress Fleetwood.
Lady Falconbridge.
Lady Claypole.
Lady Frances.
Richard Cromwell.
Lieutenant-General Fleetwood.
Major-General Desborough.

Earl of Warwick.
Thurloe.
Lord Broghill.
Whitelocke, Commissioner of the Great Seal.
Earl of Carlisle.
Stoupe, Secretary of State.
Sergeant Maynard.
William Lenthall.
Colonel Jephson.
Colonel Grace.
Waller.
Sir Charles Wolseley.
Pierpoint.

Lieutenant-General Lambert.
Colonel Joyce.
Major-General Harrison.
Lieutenant-General Ludlow.
Colonel Overton.
Colonel Pride.
Major Wildman.
Barebones, a leather-dealer.
Garland, Member of Parliament.
Plinlimmon, Member of Parliament.
Live-to-be-born-again Jeroboam d'Emer.
Praise-God Pimpleton.
Death-to-Sinners Palmer.
Syndercomb, a Soldier.

Lord Ormond.
Wilmot, Earl of Rochester.
Lord Drogheda.
Lord Rosebery.
Lord Clifford.
Sir Peters Downie.
Sedley.
Davenant.
Doctor Jenkins.
Sir Richard Willis.
Sir William Murray.
John Milton.
Carr.
Manasseh Ben-Israel.

Trick.
Giraff.
Gramadoch.
Elespuru.
   Cromwell's Four Jesters

Dame Guggligoy.
Duc de Créqui, French Ambassador.
Mancini.
Their Suite.
Don Luis de Cardenas, Spanish Ambassador.
His Suite.
Filippi, Envoy of Christina of Sweden, and his Suite.

Three Swiss Envoys.
Six Envoys of the United Provinces.
Hannibal Sesthead, Cousin to the King of Denmark, and his two pages.
The Lord Mayor.
The Speaker of the Commons.
The Clerk of the Parliament.
A Bailiff.
The High-Sheriff.
The Champion of England and his Suite.
Doctor Lockyer.

The Public Crier; Poursuivants; Lords, and Gentlemen; Workmen.—The Protector's Bodyguards; Archers, Halberdiers, Partisaneers; Pages; Sergeants-at-arms; Citizens; The Parliament; The Mob.

London, 1657.