' 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.