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"The Spanish Galleon'

Synopsis

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A Play in One Act by JOHN BRANDANE and A. W. YuiLL
Time-A.D. 1588
Place-
Tobermory (Isle of Mull)
Scene-
John Smollett 's Trading
Quarters
Persons of the Play :
John Smollett - Trader in the West Highlands, and Secret Service Agent of the English Embassy at Holyrood
Johnathan Smollet-
His Son
Don Sebastian Enriquez
--Son of the late Commander of the San Juan Bantista , a Calleon of the Great Armada, storm-stricken in the Hebrides, but now at anchor in the Bay of Tobermory
Ewan MacMorran-Crofter and Fisherman in Mull
Barabel MacLean-Daughter of a Tacksman in Mull
John Smollett and Ewan MacMorran sit drinking at the small table, casting furtive glances from time to time at the door of the room

Contributors

Unknown: John Brandane
Unknown: A. W. Yuill
Unknown: John Smollett
Unknown: John Smollett
Unknown: Johnathan Smollet-
Unknown: Don Sebastian Enriquez
Unknown: Juan Bantista
Unknown: Ewan MacMorran-Crofter
Unknown: Barabel MacLean-Daughter
Unknown: John Smollett
Unknown: Ewan MacMorran

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"The Spanish Galleon'

2BD Aberdeen, 23 July 1929 20.05






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