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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 67 pages of information about The Southern Cross.

Title:  The Southern Cross A Play in Four Acts

Author:  Foxhall Daingerfield, Jr.

Release Date:  April 15, 2005 [EBook #15629]

Language:  English

Character set encoding:  ASCII

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The Southern Cross

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Bryan Station Chapter D.A.R.
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THE SOUTHERN CROSS

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A PLAY IN FOUR ACTS

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By

Foxhall Daingerfield, Jr.

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Produced at Opera House, Lexington, Ky., April 13, 1909, for benefit of Morgan Monument.

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Copyright 1909.

Press of
J.L.  Richardson & Co. 
LexingtonKy.

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To
the memory
of
General John Hunt Morgan
—­F.D.

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THE PEOPLE OF THE PLAY.

Gordon Cabell Mr. McCOMAS
Carter HILLIARY (Charlotte’s brother) Mr. Harbison
col.  Philip Stuart Mr. OBERCHEIN
George Stuart (his son) Mr. H. Yancey
Beverly Stuart (called “Bev.”) Mr. Roach
Stephen Winthrop (of the 12th Mass.) Mr. McCONNELL
Maurice Hopkins (of his command) Mr. Sallee
corporal Evans (also of the 12th Mass.) Mr. Thornton
Bill (a turnkey at the prison) Mr. Moore
Cupid (an old negro servant) Mr. Addy
the first soldier Mr. Yancey
the second soldier Mr. McGEEVER
the third soldier Mr. THIESING
Fairfax Stuart (called “Fair”) Miss white
Mrs. Stuart Miss Daingerfield
Charlotte HILLIARY (her niece) Miss Buckner
aunt Marthy (Cupid’s wife) Mrs. Bennett

    Soldiers of the 12th Massachusetts. 
    A guard at the prison.

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SYNOPSIS.

ACT I.

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