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'A Prospect of Crab': a serial story in five parts by Julia Clark , told by Jo. 4—' Arrabella's New Paint.' followed by ' Cherry Tree Cottage'
A holiday serial by G. M. Wilson
6 — ' The Squire Comes Home '
Production by May E. Jenkin
The children have not finished with Miss Miller, who is still worrying the Squire to give the Marlowes notice. Luckily his daughter, Amanda, is on their side. not to mention his nephew. Mr. Mallory. But what will happen when the Squire comes home from London and has to make up his mind one way or another?


Unknown: Julia Clark
Unknown: G. M. Wilson
Unknown: E. Jenkin
Mrs Marlowe: Freda Bamford
Her children:Charles: Michael Danvers Walker
Her children:Richard: David Page
Her children:Judy: Ursuia Hirst
Mr Durrant: Hugh Pryse
Miss Miller: Joan Young
Amanda: Gillian Andrews
Robert Mallory: Harold Reese
Mrs Lang: Joan Sanderson
The Squire: John Turnbull
Mr Marlowe: Peter Claughton

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