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proposal scene, or whether the tact (known to at least two-thirds of the audience) that they have not been on speaking terms for the past six months will result in the usual amateur ne plus ultra-a sort of frustrated peck, falling short by about six inches. Again, the joy of hearing the hero falter in a stirring apostrophe to the gallery is enhanced by the knowledge that he is reading it from inside the crown of his hat, and has lost the place : while the realistic and convincing air of deference with which the butler addresses the duchess is the more readily recognised and appreciated by an audience who are well aware that he happens in private life to be that lady's husband.
The entertainment to which we must now draw the reader's unwilling attention was to consist of three parts. First, the Tableaux Vivants-thirty seconds of tableaux to about ten minutes of outer darkness and orchestral selection ; then a comedietta ; and finally, Mrs Jarley's Waxworks.
The largest room behind the scenes had been reserved for the lady artistes; a draughty passage, furnished chiefly with flaring candles and sodawater syphons, being apportioned to the gentlemen. The loge des dames was a bare and cheerless apartment, but tables and mirrors had been placed round the walls ; and here some fifteen or twenty maidens manoeuvred with freezing politeness or unrestrained elbowings (according to their shade of social standing) for positions favourable to self-contemplation.

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