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The play is a farce whose plot is based on the introduction of an awkward, boorish, but honest American, Asa Trenchard, to his aristocratic English relatives when he goes to England to claim the family estate. Although the play achieved great renown during its first few years and remained very popular throughout the second half of the 19th century, it is best remembered as the play U.
Joseph Tabler Florence Trenchard: Beth Thomas Lord Dundreary: Rob Board Sir Edward Trenchard: Peter Tucker Mary Meredith: Asa overhears this and offers Florence his help.
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Murcott is Coyle's clerk and has found proof that Florence's late grandfather paid off the loan to Coyle. Florence and Asa visit her cousin, Mary Meredith. Mary is the granddaughter of old Mark Trenchard, who left his estate to Asa. Mary is very poor and has been raised as a humble dairy maid. Asa does not care about her social status and is attracted to her. Florence has not been able to bring herself to tell Mary that her grandfather's fortune had been left to Asa.
Florence tells Asa that she loves Harry, who needs a good assignment to a ship. Asa uses his country wile to persuade Dundreary to help Harry get a ship.
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Meanwhile, Coyle has been up to no good, and the bailiffs arrive at Trenchard Manor. At her dairy, Asa tells Mary about her grandfather in America, but he fibs about the end of the tale: He says that old Mark Trenchard changed his mind about disinheriting his English children and burned his will. Asa promptly burns the will himself.
Florence discovers this and points it out to Mary, saying: Mountchessington still hopes that Asa will propose to Augusta. Mountchessington are quite rude, but Asa stands up for himself. Asa proposes to Mary and is happily accepted. He then sneaks into Coyle's office with Murcott and retrieves the paper that shows that the debt was paid.
Asa confronts Coyle and insists that Coyle must pay off Sir Edward's other debts, with his doubtless ill-gotten gains, and also apologize to Florence for trying to force her into marriage. He also demands Coyle's resignation as the steward of Trenchard Manor, making Murcott steward instead.
The last thing Lincoln ever saw: the play “Our American Cousin.”
Murcott is so pleased that he vows to stop drinking. Coyle has no choice but to do all this. Florence marries Harry, Dundreary marries Georgina, and Augusta marries an old beau. Even the servants marry. The play's most famous performance was at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.
Our American Cousin: Lincoln's fateful night at the theatre
Among the 1, people present for the showing of Our American Cousin, there was one visitor who had motives far different from everyone else. His name was John Wilkes Booth: And with his acclaim and social cache, he could come and go as he pleased. The actor made his way into the area where Lincoln sat. Though Booth never had acted in Our American Cousin, he was well-acquainted with the play.
He knew there was a particular line in act three, scene two that always drew laughter. Hoping the laughter would conceal the sound of his gunshot, he purposely chose this line as his trigger moment. And Lincoln had been laughing along with them when he was shot. From point-blank range Booth had fired his.
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Having shot the president, Booth leapt from the balcony to the stage. He injured his leg badly in the process, but he had no choice other than to keep moving.