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IN THREE ACTS, 



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Produced at the Savoy Theatre, London, under the management of Mr. R. D'OYLY CARTJZ % 

on Saturday, 24th September, 1892. 



Characters, 



John Manners ... ... ) 

Sir George Vernon 
Oswald 

Rupert Vernon 

The McCrankie ... 
Sing-Song Simeon ... 
Kill-Joy Candlemas 
Nicodemus Knock-Knee . 
Barnabas Bellows-to-Mend > 
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Dorothy Vernon 
Lady Vernon ... 
Dorcas ... 

Nance 

Gertrude 
Deborah 



Royalists 



Roundhead. . . 



Puritans ... 



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Mr. Courtice Pounds. 
Mr. Richard Green. 
Mr. Charles Kenningham 
Mr. Rutland Harrington 
Mr. W. H. Denny. 
Mr. RuDOLrii Lewis. 
Mr. W. H. Leon. 
Mr. A. Fowles. 
Mr. G. de Pledge. 
Mr. H. Gordon. 

Miss Lucile Hill. 
Miss Rosina Bran dram. 
Miss Dorothy Vane. 
Miss Nita Cole. 
Miss Claribel Hyde, 
Miss Florence Easton. 



Chorus of Simples and Gentles. 

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ACT I.— THE LOVERS. 

Scene. — The Terrace W. Telbin. 

" The green old turrets, all ivy thatch, 

Above "the cedars that girdle them rise, 
The pleasant glow of the sunshine catch, 
And outline sharp on the bluest of skies." 

ACT II.— THE ELOPEMENT. 

Scene I. — Dorothy Vernon's Door Hawes Cravek. 

" It is a night with never a star, 

And the hall with revelry throbs and gleams ; 
There grates a hinge — the door is ajar — 

And a shaft of light in the darkness streams." 

Scene II.— The Long Gallery J. Harker. 



ACT III.— THE RETURN. 
Scene.— The Ante-Chamber \V. Perkins. 



NOTE.— The clock of Time has been put forward a century, and other liberties 

have been taken with history. 



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Introduction .. 



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b. Madrigal ... 

TRIO (Dorothy, Lady Vernon, and Sir George) 

DUET (Dorothy and Lady Vernon) 

Song (Oswald) with Chorus 

DUET (Dorcas and Oswald) 

RECIT. (Dorothy, Dorcas, and Oswald) 

Trio (Dorothy, Dorcas, and Oswald) 

SONG (Manners) 

Rkcit. and Song (Dorothy) 

Entrance of Puritans 

Song (Rupert) ... . v 

Finale, Act I ,. ... 

a. Song (Rupert) 

b. Song (Dorothy) with Chorus 



" To-day, it is a festal time* ... 

" 'Twas a dear little dormouse n 
"When the budding bloom of May" ... 

" Nay, father dear " 

" Mother, dearest mother " 

" Ribbons to sell" . 

" The sun's in the sky" , 

" My mistress comes " ... ... ... ... 

"Oh, tell me what is a maid to say ? " ... 

" The earth is fair " 

" Why weep and wait ?" & " Red of the rosebud " 

" Down with princes " ... ... 

* ( IVe heard it said " ... ... ... ... 

'* The bonny bridegroom cometh " , 

" When I was but a little lad "... , 

"To thine own heart be true" ., 



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Introduction and Chorus of Puritans ... 

Song (McCrankie) 

DUET (Rupert and McCrankie) 

TRIO (Dorcas, Rupert, and McCrankie) 

Finale, Act II 

a. Duet (Dorothy and Manners, 

O. oTORM ... ... ... ... ... 

c. SONG (Sir George) ... 



" Hoarsely the wind is howling " 

' My name it is McCrankie " 

" There's no one by " 

" Hoity-toity, what's a kiss ? " ., 

" The west-wind howls " 

- Oh, heart's desire " 

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IS. Song (Lady Vernon) with Chorus 

19. RECIT. (Lady Vernon and Sir George) .7. 
a. DUET (Lady Vernon and Sir George) 

20. SCENE (Dorcas, Rupert, three Girls, and Chorus) 

21. Ensemble ... 

a. Song, Chorus and Dance 

22. SONG (McCrankie) AND CHORUS 

a. Scotch Dance 

23. Finale, Act III. 



"Our heads we bow " ... ... 

" Queen of the roses " 

"Alone, alone ! No friendly tone " 

" Bride of my youth " 

"In frill and feather" ... ... 

"Good General Monk" ... 

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buy - ing my stock at a great Lon -don smash I am a - ble to sell ve - ry cheap - ly. 



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