In the Order of Appearance:
CHARLES WINSOR, Owner of Meldon Court, near Newmarket
LADY ADELA, His Wife
FERDINAND DE LEVIS, Young, rich, and new
TREISURE, Winsor's Butler
GENERAL CANYNGE, A Racing Oracle
MARGARET ORME, A Society Girl
CAPTAIN RONALD DANDY, D.S.O., Retired
MABEL, His Wife
INSPECTOR DEDE, Of the County Constabulary
ROBERT, Winsor's Footman
A CONSTABLE, Attendant on Dede
AUGUSTUS BOBBING, A Clubman
LORD ST ERTH, A Peer of the Realm
A FOOTMAN, Of the Club
MAJOR COLFORD, A Brother Officer of Dancy's
EDWARD GRAVITER, A Solicitor
A YOUNG CLERK, Of Twisden & Graviter's
GILMAN, A Large Grocer
JACOB TWISDEN, Senior Partner of Twisden & Graviter
RICARDOS, An Italian, in Wine
ACT I. SCENE I: CHARLES WINSOR's dressing-room at Meldon Court, near Newmarket, of a night in early October.
SCENE II: DE LEVIS'S Bedroom at Meldon Court, a few minutes later.
ACT II. SCENE I: The Card Room of a London Club between four and five in the afternoon, three weeks later.
SCENE II: The Sitting-room of the DANCYS' Flat, the following morning.
ACT III. SCENE I: OLD MR JACOB TWISDEN'S Room at TWISDEN & GRAVITER'S in Lincoln's Inn Fields, at four in the afternoon, three months later.
SCENE II: The same, next morning at half-past ten.
SCENE III: The Sitting-room of the DANCYS' Flat, an hour later.
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