Bashville

Bashville

footman; has noble, unrequited affection for heiress. [Br. Lit.: Cashel Byron’s Profession]
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A long forgotten label for unique retribution, ultion was last mentioned in George Bernard Shaw's 1901 play, The Admirable Bashville.
By the time Shaw composed The Admirable Bashville at the turn of the century, "ultion" was an antiquated synonym for "revenge.
Admirable Bashville, adapt and dir: David Staller from Shaw.
50 Colombe d'Or (M Chapman to Mrs S Leech); Bashville Star (Miss C Herrington to R Mathew).