Examiner of Plays' Summary:
[...] The Comedietta of a first lesson in English given to a little Parisian milliner by a "Professor" who pretends not to know a word of his pupil's language. As the girl's object is merely to learn enough for the purposes of courtship by a British Admirer, the efforts of master and scholar naturally end in mutual flirtation, which though amusing is conducted without impropriety. Ernest A. Bendall.
License Number: 357
British Library Reference: LCP1916/17
British Library Classmark: Add MS 66138 B
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