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The poor soldier

John O"Keeffe

The poor soldier

a comic opera. As it is acted at the Theatres Royal, London, and Dublin.

by John O"Keeffe

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Published by Printed for J. Sellers, Wapping in [London] .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21601870M

A list of all the characters in The Good Soldier. The The Good Soldier characters covered include: John Dowell, Florence Hurlbird Dowell, Leonora Powys Ashburnham, Captain Edward Ashburnham, Nancy Rufford, Jimmy, Uncle John Hurlbird, Maisie Maidan, Rodney Bayham, Mrs. Basil, La Dolciquita, The Misses Hurlbird, Selmes, Major Rufford, Colonel Powys.   The poor soldier made the best of his way home to his comrades on foot, and in a very downcast mood; but the third soldier told him to keep up his heart, and took his horn and blew a merry tune. At the first blast a countless troop of foot and horse come rushing to their aid, and they set out to make war against their enemy.

Reproduction of original pocket-sized soldier's prayer book. Reprint, originally published in in Philadelphia by the Protestant Episcopal Book Society. Soft cover, 64 pages. Poor soldier, he must have gone through a lot of trouble since he fell off the window-sill!" The little boy placed the soldier on the mantle, right next to his sister's ballerina. The amazing ways of destiny had once again reunited the two lovers. The little soldier and the ballerina were very happy to be close to each other.

  The Return of the Soldier is a very small book, less than pages, set during the first World War, that will stay with you for a long, long time. West writes about the relationship of three very different women, a wife, spinster cousin and old love, to each other and to the soldier sent home from the front with by: In the late s, there aren”t many choices for a young girl without a family. Fatherless Deborah Sampson has been sent away from home because her mother is too poor and sick to take care of her, and so for ten years Deborah works as .


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Transcribed from: O'Keeffe, John, The poor soldier: a comic opera in two acts. With all the original songs. As acted at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden: a new edition, improved and carefully corrected.

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