Loyalties is a play by the British writer John Galsworthy. It was staged at St Martins Theatre and ran for over a year. Galsworthy described it as “the only. Loyalties is a British drama film directed by Basil Dean and starring Basil Rathbone, Heather Thatcher and Miles Mander. It is based on the John Galsworthy play Loyalties. Project Gutenberg’s Loyalties (Fifth Series Plays), by John Galsworthy This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions.
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Loyalties by John Galsworthy
Awfully sorry ga,sworthy disturb you, Mrs Dancy; but I suppose you and Ronny haven’t heard anything. Nine to one the winner. Do you know that he did? But how fearfully thrilling! I’ve been sitting in that Court all these three days, watching, and it’s made me feel there’s nothing we like better than seeing people skinned.
Loyalties by John Galsworthy
Can you understand a gentleman–? Then she stands quite still, looking at her husband –her face expressing a sort of startled suspense. You’re deuced loyaoties, sir. Bill Kerwin rated it liked it May 18, Siddhant Baranwal rated it really liked it Mar 12, It’s De Levis–to see you.
It never settled anything, except who could shoot straightest. Why did you tell General Canynge you didn’t know Kentman had paid me in cash? No, of course; but, Mr Jacob, they might ask; they know it rained. The same, next morning at half-past ten. Loyalties Fifth Series Plays Author: You were not aware that it was stolen? Against the wall to the right of the window is a chest of drawers, and a washstand is against the wall, Left. Do you suggest that I bet in ready money?
Loyalties (play) – Wikipedia
I beg your pardon, sir. It’s a drawing room comedy of manners that isn’t set in a drawing room but bedrooms, is tragically boring rather than a comedy, and I can’t think where manners come in what with theft, deception and other expected elements. Can I go and see him before he gives evidence to-morrow? I should say about eleven-fifteen, sir. I–I don’t follow– [His voice is hesitative and lower, showing that he loyaltles.
Man called Gilman waiting in there to see you specially.
I didn’t want the mare; I took her as a favour. I put it under my pillow and went to have a galseorthy when I came back it was gone. Then you can’t suggest any one who could have known? He says it’s too dull, now there’s no fighting. Loyalties is a serious play based on the realities of life. The last piece of thread koyalties the tables and Dancy is proven guilty.
As soon as Major Colford and Captain Dancy had finished billiards. Look here, De Levis! As I told you, sir, I’ve been followin’ this case. St Erth, shall we raise the flag for whist again? When did he give you this money? I am Dancy’s lawyer, my dear Loyxlties, as well as yours. Suppose I had robbed Dancy, would you chase him out for complaining of it?
I have some knowledge of the world. No, dear Mr Jacob. I thought that chap [With a nod towards the balcony] was going to–! There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Very rightly, Mr Gilman–very rightly. My man will get them. I don’t believe this alters what I’ve been thinking. So that’s why he was so silent. I’ve been asleep nearly half an hour, and Ronny’s only just come up. They’re looking for something lurid.
Poor young man; I think we’re rather hard on him. A wife’s memory is not very good when her husband is in danger.