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Bound by an Oath free pdf Excerpt from Bound by an Oath: A Domestic Drama in Four Acts and a Prologue Prologue. - Gun cotton, for lightning. Knives, revolvers and torch for light. Act 1. - Scene 1. Table, chairs, sofa, books, pen, ink, paper, cabinet, etc., etc. Large hanging mirror, R. C. Knife and revolvers for Seth. Tumbler, bottle, tray, etc. - Scene 2. Bundles for Lucy, and letter for Sambo. - Scene 3. Wheelbarrow, bundles, rustic chair, letter, Bible, small bundle, etc. Act 2. Scene 1. A cot, stand, stool and candle for each room. Tumbler, pipe, small box, wallet, false money, long wallet, and dark lantern. - Scene 2. Bundles, box containing old glass arranged to break down. - Scene 3. Same as in Act I- also fan, packages of false money, large book, notes, etc. Act 3. - Scene 1. Same as in Act 1. Scene 1. Also letter, revolver and phial. - Scene 2. Bible and cane for Phillip. - Scene 3. Table, chairs, etc. Furniture plain. Gun cotton, cup and saucer, large candle, letter, etc. - Scene 4. - Gun cotton, zinc for thunder, rain box, wind, smoke pots, red lights, candles, phial, wallets, paper-knife, revolvers, pan of coal, check, bottle and tumbler. Act 4. - Scene 1. Shawl, sunbonnet, Bible, etc. - Scene 2. Wallet and paper. - Scene 3. Phial, knife, revolver, handcuffs, etc. Costumes Modern And Appropriate. Description of Fire Scene (Act 3, scene 5), Take three blocks eight inches square, and bore six holes in each block an inch in diameter, and two inches deep. Fill these holes with red fire, placing a fuse in each for quick lighting. Place one directly under trap, one outside of room occupied by Seth, and the other outside of room occupied by Elias. Then take three iron plates (spiders with handles attached will be found the most convenient) and after saturating a quantity of wicking with turpentine mixed with resin, cover each plate with a small amount, and place with red fire. Keep a quantity near at hand to feed fire if it should diminish. If help is scarce, the work can be accomplished in the following manner: When Jacob starts to fire the mill, he does so by lighting the red fire, one tub at a time as needed, and also the wicking, both of which are directly under Seth's window outside. Edward, who is beneath the trap, cautiously removes a board, previously arranged in the floor of room occupied by Seth, and lights wicking underneath. This causes flames and a dense smoke to pour into the room. This smoke has an agreeable odor, and can be inhaled without choking or any dire effects whatever, and is perfectly safe. Just before Seth enters trap, Edward lights red fire beneath it and hastens out by a back exit. When Seth lifts trap door, which same must lift toward audience, the red light and fire is distinctly seen and into which he descends. He then controls this part of the fire himself. The fire outside of the room occupied by Elias is run the same way. Care must be taken to not let the lights diminish until scene closes. I have worked this scene several times as described, and find it can be easily done, and with little expense. The mill scene is also simple. Tuck cotton cloth upon frames for the sides, back and centre, and paint it a dirty yellow, excepting two feet and a half which is painted to represent sheathing. Wall paper can be used if necessary. In Seth's room, window should be back, and door L. C. In room occupied by Elias, door should be back, and small window R. C. Centre scene should contain a square aperture closed up with boards arranged to remove. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at

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Author : David Hill
Publisher : Forgotten Books
Data Published : 27 September 2015
ISBN : 1330458354
EAN : 9781330458358
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 90 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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