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Can one long murmur at the ordained plan when to the haven of his arms there slips a baby daughter, robed in snowy white, who, with love's prattle on her infant lips, has come to kiss and bid a sweet good night and whispers, cuddling close her precious head. "I'm sleepy, papa, come put me to bed?" – New York Tribune. Abbey's Theatre, Broadway and 38th Street, Abbey, Schoeffel & Grau, Props. and Mgrs. Evenings at 8.00. Matinees at 2. Act I. Scene 1. – London – The Palace at Bridewell – J. Harker, Scene 2. – Outside the Palace, Scene 3. – The Council Chamber in the Palace, Scene 4. – A Courtyard, Scene 5. – A Hall in York Place – Hawes Craven. Act II. Scene 1. – The King's Stairs, Westminster, Scene 2. – An Antechamber in the Palace, Scene 3. – A Garden in the Palace, Scene 4. – A Hall in Blackfriars – Hawes Craven. Act III. Scene 1. – The Queen's Apartment, Scene 2. – The Palace at Bridewell – J. Harker. Act IV. Scene 1. – A Street in Westminster, Scene 2. – Kimbolton – W. 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