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    The Persons of the Play

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    Lord Illingworth
    Sir John Pontefract
    Lord Alfred Rufford
    Mr. Kelvil, M.P.
    The Ven. Archdeacon Daubeny, D.D.
    Gerald Arbuthnot
    Farquhar, Butler
    Francis, Footman
    Lady Hunstanton
    Lady Caroline Pontefract
    Lady Stutfield
    Mrs. Allonby
    Miss Hester Worsley
    Alice, Maid
    Mrs. Arbuthnot

    THE SCENES OF THE PLAY

    ACT I. The Terrace at Hunstanton Chase.
    ACT II. The Drawing-room at Hunstanton Chase.
    ACT III. The Hall at Hunstanton Chase.
    ACT IV. Sitting-room in Mrs. Arbuthnot's House at Wrockley.

    TIME: The Present.
    PLACE: The Shires.

    The action of the play takes place within twenty-four hours.

    LONDON: HAYMARKET THEATRE

    Lessee and Manager: Mr. H Beerbohm Tree
    April 19th, 1893

    Lord Illingworth, Mr. Tree
    Sir John Pontefract, Mr. E. Holman Clark
    Lord Alfred Rufford, Mr. Ernest Lawford
    Mr. Kelvil, M.P., Mr. Charles Allan.
    The Ven. Archdeacon Daubeny, D.D., Mr. Kemble
    Gerald Arbuthnot, Mr. Terry
    Farquhar, Butler, Mr. Hay
    Francis, Footman, Mr. Montague
    Lady Hunstanton, Miss Rose Leclercq
    Lady Caroline Pontefract, Miss Le Thiere
    Lady Stutfield, Miss Blanche Horlock
    Mrs. Allonby, Mrs. Tree
    Miss Hester Worsley, Miss Julia Neilson
    Alice, Maid, Miss Kelly
    Mrs. Arbuthnot, Mrs. Bernard-Beere
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