Dorothy and Roderick entering.
Once, the officers of the Kilwangen
regiment gave a grand ball to which
Dorothy persuaded my to take her.
Several cuts depicting the evening.
Dorothy ignores Roderick; dances, chats, laughs, drinks
but none like that. Some of the
console me, for I was the best
dancer in the room, but I was too
night in a state of agony. I did
not care for drink, or know the
dreadful comfort of it in those
days; but I thought of killing
myself and Dorothy, and most
certainly of making away with
At last, and at morning, the ball
EXT. ROAD - DAWN
Sure it's a bitter night, Roderick
dear, and you'll catch cold without
a handkerchief to your neck.
To this sympathetic remark, from the pillion, the saddle
made no reply.
Did you and Miss Clancy have a
pleasant evening, Roderick? You
were together, I saw, all night.
and giving a lash to Daisy.
Oh! Mercy, you make Daisy rear and
throw me, you careless creature,
I hate Miss Clancy, you know I do!
And I only danced with her because
engaged the whole night.
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