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Page 7 - ... followed by King Alfred, who is miserably clad and shivering from cold ; he carries a bow and a few broken arrows. A log fire is burning smokily in a corner of the hut. 7. Enter from the right Ito, the cynic philosopher, book in hand. 8. The rising of the curtain discovers the two Miss Wetherills — two sweet old ladies who have grown so much alike it would be difficult for a stranger to tell the one from the other. The hair of both is white, they are dressed much alike, both in some soft lavender...