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This comedy starts in church, where we see a country squire trying to flirt with a pretty girl across the aisle. The said pretty girl, being full of ideas (perhaps somewhat induced by the young man behind her who whispers in her ear), intimates to her maiden aunt beside her that the squire's sheep's eyes are being cast at her (the aunt). Strange to say, the old lady is not so much displeased as one might expect, but smiles rather demurely and almost coquettishly. Then there comes a note from the same squire, addressed to Miss Cora Lee, the pretty girl aforesaid. She shows it to the young man, likewise aforesaid, and they laugh at the idea of the squire addressing her. Again the girl has an idea and changes "Cora" so that it looks like "Cordelia," which is the maiden aunt's name, consequently the letter finds its way into the hands of the older lady, who at once responds by giving the squire an invitation to call. When he does call and tea is served in the garden he finds that he is ...

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