It is a time of great wealth, country houses spring up all over the land and landowners are profiting from the influx of tourism to their stately homes. After a year or so of profitable happiness, thefts start occurring, starting with cutlery, then moving onto more valuable household goods, such as jewellery and priceless crockery. A maid runs forth to one particularly hard-hit baron, and he somewhat rudely flaps his hands at her, exclaiming, “Calm down, dear, tell me what’s the matter!”
She is here to inform him of a string of robberies on his extravagant properties, and in an exultation of wit and passion due to his rudeness and the sheer disdain for the stolen valuables she cries:
"MIND YOUR MANORS"