before Lord Chief Justice Jeffreys of the ' Bloody Assizes' at Winchester on August 27, 1685, on a charge of high treason
Reconstructed from the Records by C. WHITAKER-WILSON
The order of the Speakers
Witnesses for the Prosecution :
Other Jurors : WALLACE EVENNETT ,
ADRIAN THOMAS and ERNEST BORROW
The Production by HOWARD ROSE This ' Famous Trial' will be repeated in the National programme tomorrow night.
Clerk of Arraigns:
Lady Alice Lisle, the Prisoner:
Pollexfen, Counsel for the Prosecution:
The Lord Chief Justice Jeffreys:
G. F. Campbell
Foreman of the Jury:
composer of Knightsbridge (In Town Tonight), including a new suite, The
DORA LABBETTE (soprano)
Leader, MONTAGUE BREARLEY
Conducted by THE COMPOSER
March, London Bridge
I Fantasy, Cinderella
DORA LABBETTE AND ORCHESTRA
Back o' the Moon (The Mill o'
Dream o' Nights / Dreams)
Symphonic Rhapsody No. i
Dance of the Orange Blossoms (The
Jester at the Wedding)
DORA LABBETTE AND ORCHESTRA Two Old English Songs : -
Who is Sylvia?
It was a lover and his lass
New Suite, The Three Men
1. The Man from the Country 2. The Man about Town
- 3. The Man from the Sea
March, Knightsbridge (In Town Tonight)
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