APPENDIX F PROPERTY PLOT FOR DOLLY (1890)1

First Scene. Prompt side: Dining-room table with large table cloth, two candelabras, two dishes of fruit, two bottles of wine, eight bottles of wine, eight bottles of champagne, knives, forks, and plates, champagne and wine glasses, dishes with fowls, cakes, etc., small table, four packs of cards, pocket book and bank notes, two purses and loose money, one official letter, two salvers for footmen, table off stage for properties, one real cake. O.P. side: Cupboard on wall with knife and piece of brown bread, two cracked cups and plates, one table (centre) on which a tin candlestick, with rushlight, lace pillow, and shuttles; some old clothes, pieces of broken dolls, two rush chairs, one trick arm chair, one stool and one small stool, trick doll, key, figure of gnome, one trick canary, two hat pegs behind door, one hammer in cupboard, tools, and bench.

Second Scene. Toy Bazaar. Prompt side: Box discovered, two cats on stands to go on at first proscenium entrance, cuckoo clock on first wing, a letter for Madame Aenea, one Japanese fan ( Rowe), house (last entrance). March: Band with instruments, four poodles on stands, twelve clowns, guns and stands, cymbals, shepherdesses, crook, four lambs with four trees, four frogs, four babies with rattles, Father Christmas with tree, four Japanese dolls, four balloons, elephant, four small elephants, four wooden dolls, two babies in perambulators, one dusting brush, one sword, first entrance, stretcher, four drum stands. O.P. side: Boxes in openings discovered; one Japanese fan ( Cora). March: Train to cross to prompt side, large horse, four poodles on stands, twelve soldiers, guns and stands, twelve sailors' flags and a yacht, bride, bridegroom, and page, bouquets, sixteen talking dolls, eye glasses, flowers, and walking sticks, gipsy, crutch stick, four clowns, cymbals, windmill, donkey and cart, cottage on truck, four babies with rattles, four Japanese dolls, four balloons, four wooden dolls, two babies in perambulators, one dusting brush, one sword, first entrance, four drum stands; Punch and Judy up centre.

Third Scene. Prompt side: Sticks in box.

Fourth Scene. Prompt side: Four dozen snowballs, twelve lanterns, sun.

Fifth Scene. Prompt side: Twenty-four hearts of flowers, nine stands, silver wand for fairy queen. O.P. side: Twenty-four hearts of flowers, mine stands.

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