* Mr. and Mrs. Hardcastle disagree on the importance of visiting the city and putting modern furniture in their house.
* Mrs. Hardcastle says that their house looks like an inn rather than the fine mansion of a prosperous man.
* Mrs. Hardcastle praises her son from a previous marriage and Mr. Hardcastle calls him a prankster, but Mrs. Hardcastle says Tony is just high spirited.
* Tony has plans to go to the pub that evening and Mrs. Hardcastle attempts to get him to stay because they are expecting gentlemen callers from London.
* After Tony leaves, Kate enters. She is Mr. Hardcastle's daughter and is dressed in expensive clothes.
* Mr. Hardcastle comments on her clothes but reminds her that it is his wish to see her dressed more modestly at home.
* Kate reminds her father of their agreement that she can dress up to visit her friends during the...
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