Spanish Ballet (Desormes), played by The NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA. A Story.
' The Captured Bugle,' by Raymond Raife
A Monologue : ' Jassmine in London'
The Rev. Bridgwood : The Jackdaw of Rheims'
(The Ingoldsby Legends')
Part I ' The Smugglers '
By P. HOOLE JACKSON
Other members of Spark's land-party :
Supported by STANLEY R. MAHER and His MERRY MEN and the NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
The Yorkshire coast between Searborough and Whitby, near the villages of Clonghton, Bumiston and Cayton Bay
' King's Messenger ' By DENTS L. and RONALD G. PERRY
Her Postillions: Supported by STANLEY R. MAHER and His MERRY MEN and the NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA The episode takes place during the reign of His Majesty King George IV, in and around the 'Green Man,' a famous hostelry in the village of Ashbourne, which lies in the midst of that wild stretch of country just south of Button.
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