A COMEDY IN FOUR ACTS
By LANGDON MITCHELL
COPYRIGHT, 1919, BY LANGDON MITCHELL
[This play, copyrighted in 1907, 1908, and published originally by Walter H. Baker and Co., of Boston, Mass., is fully protected and the right of representation is reserved. Application for the right of performing this play may be made to Alice Kauser, 1402 Broadway, New York, N. Y. The Editor takes this opportunity of thanking Mr. Langdon Mitchell for his great interest in the compilation of this Collection, and for his permission to have "The New York Idea" used in it. The complete revision of the stage directions, especially for this volume, makes it possible to regard the play, here printed, as the only authentic version.]
PHILIP PHILLIMORE, a Judge on the bench, age 50. GRACE PHILLIMORE, his sister, age 20. MRS. PHILLIMORE, his mother, age 70. MISS HENEAGE, his aunt, age 60. MATTHEW PHILLIMORE, his brother--a bishop, age 45.
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