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Identifier: dialoguesofday00craw Title: Dialogues of the day Year: 1895 (1890s) Authors: Crawfurd, Oswald, 1834-1909 Hope, Anthony, 1863-1933 Subjects: Dialogues, English Publisher: London : Chapman & Hall Contributing Library: Duke University Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Duke University Libraries View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: pen the window! {A pause.) Iknow now, Molly, that I never knew you, because Ibelieved you had a warm, loving little heart at thebottom of all your nonsense and gaiety. Now tohear you talk of jilting a man who loves you, and towhom you have given your word Miss Melton: Stop! Let my affairs alone. Guessyoull know me better one day. Now Im off! Lady Raymond: But you havent told me his name? Miss Melton: No, but you did. Lady Raymond: What do you mean? Miss Melton: Im off home to write a letter—twoletters. One to the prince. Dont fret, as if I shallever see you again, and youve been very kind to me,and youre real pretty and nice. Say, kiss me, willyou? Put up your arms and give us a hug! Lady Raymond: There! But you dont deserve it,dear. Miss Melton: No. But if we only got what we A Point of Honour. 181 deserve, perhaps we might all come off worse thanwe do. {Laughs hysterically)) Now Im off, to bedishonourable, and to make one woman happy.Lady Raymond {with supreme contempt): Yourself! Text Appearing After Image: captain marcet : Now, what have I doneto make you treat me like this? •MISS r,ASCELLES: What have you done?why this (pointing to newspaper). A MODERN LYDIA. By Oswald Crawfurd. captain marcet, of the Scots Guards, miss georgina lascelles, his fiancee.Scene: The drawing-room of Miss Lascelless mother. Captain Marcet {entering and shaking hands stifflywithout speaking?) Miss Lascelles: Well? Captain Marcet {stiffly): I suppose you know whyI have come? Miss Lascelles: I guess. Captain Marcet: And you have nothing to say asto why you have thrown me over in this sudden way—no explanation to give? Miss Lascelles: Absolutely none—and you? Captain Marcet: Nothing except to wish you good-bye and good luck. Miss Lascelles: Thanks. {A pause.) 186 Dialogues of the Day. Captain Marcet: I confess I am disappointed—andsurprised. Miss Lascelles: I am surprised too—and disappointed. Captain Marcet : And is it—is it all to end like this ?You might have given me some warning before you—jil Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

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