Vandyke Brown: A Farce in One Act by Adolphus Charles Froughton [sic] As First Performed at the Royal Strand Theatre, London, March 24, 1859. To which is Added, a Description of the Costumes, Cast of the Characters ... and the Whole of the State Business
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33 Rose Street Acgcs acts 12 aloud arm chair Augcs Augus Augustus Auous bins Bishopstoke burlesque c.from Centre comedietta comedy COMIC DRAMAS comic operetta Constantia Crimea crosses dear little dear Vandyke deuce duologue Duval Enter Bobbins Enter Fastman Enter Rebecca Ethi'n sketch ETHIOPIAN AND COMIC Ethiopian sketch Exit farce Fast Flat free and post French polished gentleman give go into training goes Good-morning hear honor husband ible Jealous knock l.—table lady latch-key leave my lodgings letter Look ma'am ma'am—thank madam mahogany MARCH 21 married missus mistress morning gown morning-gown never newspaper—table Nonsense parlor pause of confusion pointing to Bobbins Pray pretty Rebec Yes Rebecca puts Rebecca's character Right Rubec scene servant speak stage suppose sure tell There's throwing Vandyke Brown vase What's wife window wish WITT'S ACT WITT'S ETHIOPIAN word young woman youthful Fastman