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CONTAINING A NUMBER OF THE STRONGEST
Mrs. J. W. Shoemaker
Author of "Chaice Dialogues,"
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1888, by THE NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND ORATORY
In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington
COPYRIGHT 1916 BY F. W. SHOEMAKER AND D. A. SHOEMAKER
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE
DIALOGUES AND DRAMAS,
SCENE FROM DAMON AND PYTHIAS.
A scaffold, with steps ascending to it.-In the back of the
stage the gates of a prison.—Executioner with an Axe, and Guards discovered.
Enter DAMOCLES and PROCLES.
Dam.-Yes, his mind is made
Proc.—"And, over all, that science, which doth hold, Touching the soul and its affections,