Lewis Arundel; A Drama in Four Acts

Lewis Arundel; A Drama in Four Acts

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ... than nails into 'osges 'oofs, you may be mighty cartain (a low whistle heard) Quick! this way, they're precious close, don't make a row whatever you do, follow me sharp. exit both, R.u.e. tg Two shots are heard off stage, and a pheasant falls, wh ich Hardy, followed by other poachers, springs forward from L.i.e, to secure; when suddenly, from both sides of stage, keepers spring on the poachers, a general melee ensues; Lewis engages Eardy; General armed with stick, is knocked down by poacher; Lord Bellefield stands looking on. Lord Belle, (suddenly taking a pistol from pocket, aims quickly at Lewis and fires, saying aside) So he knows about Jane Hardy, good, dead men tell no tales--he must die. (fires; Lewis falls with a groan, and curtain descends on the encounter, which is taking place) Cutiam. ACT III.--Scene I. Broadhurst. Side of house, B.C., with practicable folding doors, c. Back, garden, ia landscape beyond. l.c, garden, trees, $c, and rustic seat. Summer I'm Hose Arundel is discovered working a slipper, on seat; Lewis, with I in sling, sits beside her. Rose A. Wasn't it kind of dear Miss Grant to ask me to spends few days with her, I like her so much, and I'm sure if mamma coulll only have come too, she would have gona in raptures with her. Lewis. Yes, and probably might have made an impression on tbJ General in the bargain; there would have been a prospect, ehlf Rose f Rose. Delightful! especially for Miss Livingstone. I'm afraid it would have put her nose out of joint sadly. Lewis. The prominence of which feature makes such an appalling I catastrophe more than usually probable, for like Venice it possesses a bridge of size. Enter Frere L.u.e. W ithcarpet bag and big umbrella. Lewis. Why, Frere, where did you spring from? Frere. I just...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123650237X
  • 9781236502377