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1st Wait 2nd Wait 3rd Wait 4th Wait Ahem Alphonso della Madonna Alston Artist aunt back-hair Beg pardon blue rosette bosom Bourbon whiskey Bronson Howard by-the-way call this travelling Carter certainly Congress water darling daughter dear Olivia dear Robert delightful deuce Doctor of Medicine door Egad Enter Virginia Exeunt FANNY DAVENPORT father Frank Littlefield Frederic Gem'man gentlemen girl glass going ha—ha half-past six hand horse husband Jack kape kisses Knock lie-enter little boy Livingston Lucy madam Major Luddington Whist Mansfield Mountain House married meet Miss Effie Miss Remington Miss Virginia mother Muffins never Ogden Old Rem opera cloak originally fell papa pistols Robert Sackett Sack Saratoga shawl Sir Mort Sir Mortimer Muttonleg stare surgeon There's thing tlie travelling for pleasure turns Virg walks Weth Wethertree widow wife woman young snipe
Page 20 - . General Commotion; the ARTIST strikes an attidudc R. SACEETT scrambles to his feet with his head through the canvas, and the frame resting on his shoulders. CURTAIN. What possible sense of life can a reader derive from that? His last play, Kate, Howard went to the extreme of having printed in the form of a novel. But a play is not a novel...
Page 43 - Beg pardon, sah, but we culled gemmen at Saratoga have made a new rule, sah— we always take it in advance now, sah.
Page 62 - My dear Olivia ! MRS. ALSTON. Silence, sir, not a word from you ! Go back to your surgeon, sir ! BEN. (R.). " Surgeon !" MBS. ALSTON (L. <╗ SACK., who turna hi╗ back, striding his chair, as she turns t<> him). So this is your
Page 65 - ... affections. He smiles involuntarily at the grotesqueness of this idea. It is an innocent smile enough, but its effect is unfortunate. ' It may be a laughing matter to you,' says his companion, and he sees that indignation has superseded the distress hitherto reigning on her good-natured face — ' it may be a laughing matter to you, but I assure you it is none to me.
Page 6 - Do you know if the catalogue didn't say this was a picture of — ah —
Page 67 - LUCY coming c., her head down, she leans against chair c. EFFIE and VIRG., к.
Page 25 - Miss Effie (aside); I am dropped. These American girls are the most unaccountable criaiuivs.