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' Paul Twyning '


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A Comedy in three acts by GEORGE SHIELS
Paul Twyning , a tramp-plasterer
James Deegan , a farmer and magistrate
Dan Deegan , his son
Patrick Deegan , another son, a publican Mrs. Deegan, Patrick's wife Jim Deegan , Patrick's son
Denis McGothigan , a farmer
Rose McGothigan , his daughter
Daisy Mullan , a returned American Mr. O'Hagan, a solicitor
Acts i and 3, James Deegan 's farm-house
Act 2, Patrick Deegan 's public house
The cast includes J. R. Mageean , Jack Wilson , Charles E. Owens , W. R. Gordon , Charlotte Tedlie , Allan McClelland , R. H. MacCandless , Jean Forster , Dorothy Norman Cropper , and Fraser Mayne
Produced by S. A. BULLOCH


Unknown: George Shiels
Unknown: Paul Twyning
Unknown: James Deegan
Unknown: Dan Deegan
Unknown: Patrick Deegan
Unknown: Jim Deegan
Unknown: Denis McGothigan
Unknown: Rose McGothigan
Unknown: Daisy Mullan
Unknown: James Deegan
Unknown: Patrick Deegan
Unknown: J. R. Mageean
Unknown: Jack Wilson
Unknown: Charles E. Owens
Unknown: W. R. Gordon
Unknown: Charlotte Tedlie
Unknown: Allan McClelland
Unknown: R. H. MacCandless
Unknown: Jean Forster
Unknown: Dorothy Norman Cropper
Produced By: S. A. Bulloch

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