Punchinello, vol 1, no. 3 (Apr 16, 1870)

Punchinello, vol 1, no. 3 (Apr 16, 1870)

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Punchinello, vol 1, no. 3 (Apr 16, 1870) by Various Authors

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can hardly resist. Be firm, my heart. Shall I be untrue to my own unprincipled -----"

Enter Unprincipled Clerk. "Not so. WALTER CORAM is lost at sea, and I must leave these valuable boxes in your hands for safe-keeping." (_Leaves the boxes, and then leaves himself_.)

Enter Sick Stranger. "I am WALTER CORAM. Those are my boxes. Somebody is personating me. Big thing on somebody. Let him go ahead." (Curtain.)

* * * * *

Young Lady in the Audience. "Isn't EFFIE GERMON perfectly lovely?"

Accompanying Bostonian Youth. "Yes; but you should see RISTORI in Marie Antoinette. There is a sweetness and light about the great tragedienne which -----"

_Heavy old Party, to contiguous Young Man_. "Don't think much of this; do you? Now, in TOM PLACIDS's day----" Contiguous and aggrieved Young Man pleads an engagement and hastily goes out.

ACT II. Scene 1. _Virtuous Banker's Villa, Comic Villain, Unprinciple

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