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Trying to record that thought, I noticed that my note-book was damp with dew.  The cattle were lying down.  It was too dark to see. 1911

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THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF JOHN GALSWORTHY

CONTENTS: 

     First Series: 
          The Silver Box
          Joy
          Strife

     Second Series: 
          The Eldest Son
          The Little Dream
          Justice

     Third Series: 
          The Fugitive
          The Pigeon
          The Mob

     Fourth Series: 
          A Bit O’ Love
          The Foundations
          The Skin Game

     Six Short Plays: 
          The First and The Last
          The Little Man
          Hall-marked
          Defeat
          The Sun
          Punch and Go

     Fifth Series: 
          A Family Man
          Loyalties
          Windows

FIRST SERIES: 

     The silver box
     joy
     strife

THE SILVER BOX

A COMEDY IN THREE ACTS

PERSONS OF THE PLAY

John Barthwick, M.P., a wealthy Liberal
Mrs. Barthwick, his wife
jack Barthwick, their son
Roper, their solicitor
Mrs. Jones, their charwoman
Marlow, their manservant
wheeler, their maidservant
Jones, the stranger within their gates
Mrs. Seddon, a landlady
snow, a detective
A police magistrate
an unknown lady, from beyond
two little girls, homeless
Livens, their father
A relieving officer
A magistrate’s clerk
an usher
policemen, clerks, and others

Time:  The present.  The action of the first two Acts takes place on
Easter Tuesday; the action of the third on Easter Wednesday week.

Act I.
     Scene I. Rockingham Gate.  John Barthwick’s dining-room. 
     Scene II.  The same. 
     Scene III.  The same.

Act II. 
     Scene I. The Jones’s lodgings, Merthyr Street. 
     Scene II.  John Barthwick’s dining-room.

Act III.  A London police court.

ACT I

SCENE I

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