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' COURTSHIP—ANCIENT AND MODERN '
A Comedy in Two Scenes by FANNY MORRIS-WOOD
Person8 in the Play:
Scene 1. A summer afternoon. 1814. A garden with rustic furniture. Deborah, a young girl, in a high-waisted frock of sprigged muslin, low in the neck, black mittens, hair on the top, with a rose at the side. Side curls tied with little ribbons. She is picking a daisy to pieces, while Henry enters unobserved.
Scene 2. A summer evening, present day.
As before, but more cushions, cigarettes, matches, sporting papers, etc. Deborah is dressed for motoring, in bonnet and long veil, a long cloak covering her evening dress ; she moves about impatiently, then lights a cigarette.

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Henry:
Charles Stapyltox
Deborah:
Molly Seymour

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More