SIR HENRY HARCOURT-REILLY'S consulting room in London. Morning: several weeks later. SIR HENRYalone at his desk. He presses an electric button. The NURSE- SECRETARY enters, with Appointment Book.
About those three appointments this morning, Miss
I should like to run over my instructions again.
You understand, of course, that it is important
To avoid any meeting?
You made that clear, Sir Henry:
The first appointment at eleven o'clock.
He is to be shown into the small waiting room;
And you will see him almost at once.
REILLY I shall see him at once. And the second?
NURSE-SECRETARY The second to be shown into the other room