A PLAY in FOUR ACTS by ALLAN MONKHOUSB
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The scene throughout of all four acts is the drawing-room of John Southern's Manchester residence. The first act takes place towards the end of the nineteenth century, and the play ends about the middle of the twentieth century.
John Southern (a Lancashire manufacturer):
Jessica Southern (His Wife):
Richard Southern (His Son):
Millieent Southern (His Daughter):
Sarah Southern (His Sister):
Ryclal Bardsley (Afterwards Mrs Richard Southern):
Mr Mingan ::
Jock Southern (Richard's Son):
Jessie Southern (Richard's Daughter):
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