The Strike at Arlingford: Play in Three Acts (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)
By: George Moore (Author)
I come from the Durham Mercury. Here is my card.
'Mr. Fred Hamer, representative of the Durham Mercury.' Speaks) You want to see Lady Anne?
I should like to. I've come from Durham for the purpose of writing some descriptive articles on the state of the town during the strike of colliers. I hope that Lady Anne will be kind enough to grant me an interview.
In any case you intend a descriptive article on her drawing-room.
I'm afraid you caught me in the act - just a memorandum of the room. This is her drawing-room, the room she lives in, I suppose?
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