" Is not each bough in your orcliards, each cloud in the skies above you.
Is not each byre or homestead, furrow or farm or fold,
Dear as the last dear drops of the blood in the hearts that love you,
Filling those hearts till the love is more than the heart can hold ? "
THE STATION ORCHESTRA:
T. H. MORRISON.
A Scene from Goldsmith's Comedy'
" She Stoops to Conquer."
Act I.-Scene 2.
Introducing the following characters
(All played by JAMES BERNARD ):
Tony Lumpkin , with Song, " The
Stingo, the Landlord. Young Marlow. Hastings.
Scene : The Three Pigeons Ale-house, on a night in June in the latter part of the eighteenth century.
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