At the General Meeting of .THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION
His Grace THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK
' The Distinctive Excellencies of Latin and Greek'
Relayed from THE ASSEMBLY HALL OF THE
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, HULL
THE KORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
' The Tender Passion'
A Play in One Act by VINCENT DOUGLAS
Adam (a man)
William (a young man)
Fancy (a maid)
Mr. Oddie (a married man)
The scene is the Thames Embankment on a bright moonlight night in early April
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