Money making and merry making entertainments by Elizabeth Jane RookMoney making and merry making entertainments by Elizabeth Jane Rook

Money making and merry making entertainments

byElizabeth Jane Rook

Paperback | February 7, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1903 Excerpt: ... THE FLOUR MERCHANT The one who personates the flour merchant will try in every way to dispose of his stock by asking questions of the others; who must in their inswers be careful not to use the words "flour," For instance the merchant asks, "Any flour to-day?" "There is none required." "Let me persuade you to take some." "That is impossible." "Why so? It is excellent flour." "You have my answer." "Have I? Will you please repeat it?" "My answer is, Not any." "But the price is reasonable." "I will not take any." The flour merchant having succeeded in making one say "7," changes places with him and the game goes on. SCENES FROM DICKENS These short scenes from Dickens require very simple stage properties and are suitable for public entertainments. Nicholas Nickleby The Internal Economy of Dolheboy's Hall. Schoolroom in which appears Squeees, the schoolmaster of Dotheboy's Hall, and two small hoys; also Mr. Snawly, with two other small hoys near him. Mr. SQUEERS is just handing Mr. Snawly a receipt for hoard and tuition of the two hoys, his stepsons, when a voice is heard outside, asking for Mr. Squeers. Squeers. Here he is. What's the matter? Enter Nicholas NlCKLEBY and his Unole Kalph. Ralph. Only a small matter of business! There was an advertisement of yours in the paper this morning. Squeers. There was, sir! To Mr. Snawly. Ah, good-bye then, sir! I shall remember. No holidays--no writing home except a circular at Christmas, telling how happy they are. Morals strictly attended to, sir,--. good-bye. snawly goes out. Ralph. Perhaps you recollect me, sir. Squeers. Ah, yes, you paid me a small account, at each of my half-yearly visits to town for some years. Kalph. I did. This is my nephew, sir, Mr. Nicholas Nickleby. Squeers. How do you do, sir? nicholas hows ...
Title:Money making and merry making entertainmentsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.08 inPublished:February 7, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217318576

ISBN - 13:9780217318570