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moonlit military scene. Figures wrapped in greatcoats sat round a camp-fire upon the audience's right hand, the only plainly recognisable character being the Heroine, who, attired as a hospital nurse and positively starred with red crosses, was sewing aloofly upon an erection which looked like a sarcophagus, but was marked in plain figures " Ambulence." A sentry, who from his gait Hughie took (rightly) to be the Comic Man, was pacing up and down at the back.
Presently the guard was changed, with much saluting of a pattern unknown at any War Office, and the Comic Man, released from duty, was called upon to sing '1 that dear ole song you useter sing at 'ome." The cold light of the moon having been temporarily replaced by broad daylight in order to give the singex's facial expression full play, he obliged ; though why any one who had heard him sing the song before should have asked him to sing it again passed Hughie's comprehension. Next a drummer-boy (female) was called upon by the company, and after a great exhibition of reluctance-fully justified by her subsequent performance-gave vent to a patriotic ditty, in which the only distinguishable rhymes were "Black Watch" and "Scotch."
These revels brought the Hero on to the stage. He was attired in clerical dress and a cavalry helmet ; and, sitting down beside the Heroine upon the sarcophagus, he proceeded, oblivious of the presence of the entire guard, who were

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