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arms, convulsively gripped Hughie's left elbow, the Heroine dashed on from nowhere, and taking her stand before the Hero-apparently she was the only person upon the stage who recognised him-uttered these thrilling but mysterious words: "You kennot far erpon ther Red Kerawss!"
Curtain, amid thunders of applause.
After a commendably short interval the curtain rose upon the next act. The Hero was now discovered asleep (under what must have struck any thoughtful member of the audience as highly compromising circumstances for a clergyman) in the cottage of a stout lady in a very short skirt antl fur-topped boots ; whom, from the fact that her opening soliloquy commenced with the words, " Har, vell !" the audience rightly adjudged to be a Russian. This lady, it was soon plain, was consumed by a secret passion for the Hero. In fact she proclaimed it in such strident tones that it was surprising that its object did not wake up.
This scene soon resolved itself into a series of determined efforts on the part of the Villain to terminate the existence of the Hero-an enterprise in which he by this time commanded the wholehearted support of the greater part of the audience. His first attempt was foiled by the Comic Man, who entered singing Keep the baby warm, Mother ! just as he had crawled within striking distance of the unwakeable Hero. Muttering

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