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Relayed from the Pump Room Gardens, and Jephson Gardens, Royal Leamington Spa
S.B. from Birmingham


Attwill and Lord Ellerdine come in. Distressed at the news of Peggy's enforced stay in Paris with CoUingwood, Lord Ellerdine has hurried back there with Lady Attwill. The Second Act finds them anxiously discussing the situation in Peggy's sitting-room while they wait for her to appear.
Six months afterwards in Court II of the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice. On one side sits the Judge and to the right of him the Jury. The Counsel, Solicitors and the Public face him. In the front row sit the Solicitors, the Petitioner, Respondent, Co-Respondent, Pauline and Lord Ellerdine ; in the next row, leading Counsel, Mr. Menzies, Sir Robert Fyffe , Mr. McArthur, behind them a row of Junior Counsel, behind them Lady Attwill and some Ladies. Peggy is in the witness-box.
It is later in the afternoon of the same day, in Mrs. Admaston's boudoir at Admaston House. St. James'. A window with glass doors showj a prospect of a terrace and garden. Noticeable among the furniture is a grand piano and a large settee. A Footman has just admittec' Peggy, followed by Pauline and Lady Attwill.


Unknown: Sir Robert Fyffe

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