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(Reprinted, by permission, from the “Times”)
With SOME INTRODUCTORY REMARKS ON THE ORIGIN AND
HINTS FOR THE USE OF INTENDING VISITORS
REV. MALCOLM MACCOLL, M.A.
CHAPLAIN TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD NAPIER, K.T.
Fourth Edition, with a New Appendix, giving a continuous description of the
Scenes and Tableau.r of the Play, in the order in which they take place.
London, Oxford, and Cambridge
25 August 6 14
27. September 3 9 17 24. If on any of these days there are more visitors than the theatre will hold, the play is repeated on the following day.
NAMES AND AGES OF THE PRINCIPAL
60 19 24 26 55 54 50 35 50 63 49 31 64
this year will be glad to learn that the principal characters remain unchanged. A few of the actors in the subordinate parts, among them Simon of Cyrene, “have remained behind in France," as Madame George Lang euphemistically puts it in a letter which she has been good enough to write to me. Joseph Gutzjell, the conductor of the orchestra, and my kind host last year, has left the place; but the villagers are very musical, and they have supplied his place without difficulty