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. 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. Project Gutenberg · 58, free ebooks · 60 by John Galsworthy. Loyalties by John Galsworthy. No cover available. Download; Bibrec.
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Other editions – View all Loyalties: You’re very smart — dead men tell no tales. Bring your action, and we shall see. De Levis ; we won’t keep you. My race was old when you were all savages. I am proud to be a Jew.
Page – Ronny, don’t lie any more. Galsowrthy wanted to save your knowing. I’d promised a thousand. I had a letter from her father that morning, threatening to tell you. All the same, if that tyke hadn’t jeered at me for parlor tricks! Page 44 – You’ll take it up from the other end, then, Inspector?
Well, we’ll see what we can do with the bookmakers about the gxlsworthy, sir. Before I go, gentlemen — you’ve had time to think it over — there’s no one you suspect in the house, I suppose?
If you’re coming in to the racing tomorrow, sir, you might give us a call Page – You can’t save your honor — that’s gone. You can’t save your wife’s peace of mind. If she sticks to you — do you think she will? Not if she’s wise. There’s a war in Morocco. Will you go, then, at once, and leave me to break it lloyalties your wife?
I don’t know yet. You must decide quickly, to catch a boat train. Many a man has made good.
Loyalties by John Galsworthy
You’re a fine soldier. Page 87 – The General knows something which on the face of it looks rather queer. Now that he’s going to be called, oughtn’t Dancy to be told of it, so that he may be ready with his explanation, in case it comes out?