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A cast of 300 British Theatre Academy performers are currently appearing in the West End this summer in a special family version of the Tony award- winning musical The Secret Garden, based on the 1911 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett with script and lyrics by Pulitzer prize and Tony award-winner Marsha Norman and music by Grammy award-winner Lucy Simon. The Secret Garden, directed by Rupert Hands, will run 6 weeks at the Ambassadors Thea- tre from Wednesday 27 July to Wednesday 31 August.

A Lady of Quality, Being a most curious, hitherto unknown history, as related by Mr. Isaac Bickerstaff but not presented to the World of Fashion through the pages of The Tatler, and now for the first time written down, was written by Francis Hodgson Burnett which the contents are as followed;

Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of A Little Princess

Frances Hodgson Burnett - Author.

A Lady of Quality, Being a most curious, hitherto unknown history, as related by Mr. Isaac Bickerstaff but not presented to the World of Fashion through the pages of The Tatler, and now for the first time written down, was written by Francis Hodgson Burnett which the contents are as followed; I. The Twenty-fourth Day of Novbiibbr in the Year 1685
II. In which Sir Jeoffry Encounters his Offspring
III. Wherein Sir Jeoffry's Boon Companions Drink a Toast
IV. Lord Twemlow's Chaplain Visits His Patron's Kinsman, and Mistress Clorinda Shines on Her Birthday Night
V. "Not I," SHE said. "There thou mayest TRUST ME. I would NOT BE FOUND OUT
VI. Relating how Mistress Anne Discovered A Miniature
VII. TwAS THE Face of Sir John Oxon the Moon Shone Upon
VIII. Two Meet in the Deserted Rose-garden, AND THE Old Earl of Dunstanwolde is Made a Happy Man
IX. "I give to him the thing he craves with ALL HIS SOUL— myself"
X. "Yes— I HAVE marked him"
XI. Wherein a Noble Life Comes to an End
XII. Which Treats of the Obsequies of My Lord of Dunstanwolde, of His Lady's Widowhood, and of Her Return to Town
XIII. Wherein a Deadly War Begins
XIV. Containing the History of the Breaking of the Horse Devil, and Relates the Returning of His Grace of Osmonde FROM France
XV. In which Sir John Oxon Finds Again a Trophy He Had Lost
XVI. Dealing with That which was Done in the Panelled Parlor
XVII. Wherein His Grace of Osmonde's Courier Arrives from France
XVIII. My Lady Dunstanwolde Sits Late Alone AND Writes
XIX. A Piteous Story is Told, and the Old Cellars Walled In
XX. A Noble Marriage
XXI. An Heir is Born
XXII. Mother Anne
XXIII. "In One who will do justice, and debaands that it shall be done to each thing he has baade, by each who bears his image"
XXIV. The Doves Sat upon the Window-ledge AND Lowly Cooed and Cooed Enjoy Reading!

Frances Eliza Hodgson Burnett (24 November 1849 – 29 October 1924) was an English-American novelist and playwright. She is best known for the three children's novels (published in 1885–1886), (1905), and (1911).