Theobald was the first to see that the last speaker must be Celia and not Rosalind, while Capell proposed to substitute Ferdinand for Frederick in the Clown's speech, supposing the former to be the name of Rosalind's father. It may be said of course that this is a printer's blunder, and I cannot assert that it may not have been. But it would be too hard upon the printer to attribute to him the slip in i. 2. 255, where the first folio reads, in Le Beau's answer to Orlando's enquiry which of the two was daughter of the Duke.