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50 [In Great Britain only.] 6d. OR 15 CENTS.
AKE-UP BOX-Contains everything necessary for Making-Up the Facu.
Price in Fancy Card-Board Boxes, 15s., Elegant Tin Cases, 21s. (See Catalogue.)
Amateurs, with Twenty-Three Colored Illustrations. Price Two Shillings.
Cases, with full instructions, all colors, 3s. per box, single sticks 6d. (See Catalogue) CENERY.-Scenery composed of 16 Sheets of str ng paper, which can he joindichdoid
togetlo / or pasted on canvas :-Back Scere, 15s.: Wings, 83. the fair; Bord the raisi 90 Thiculars. see Catalogue. page 48
ARTICLES NEEDED BY AMATEURS.
8. d. ANTI..JNY-For shading the
MASCARO, or WATER COShollows of the eye3, &c..... 1 0
METIQUE - For darkening BLUE--For unshaven faces 06
the eye oro ys and moustaches 1 6 BLUE for VEINS-With estamp
MINIATURE PUFFS-For apfor putting it on
plying powder; to the face, BURNT CORK For Negro
06 Minstrels, per ti
PASTE POWDER-T) enlarge COSMETIQUE-Black or brown 06 the shape of the nose
1 0 CARMINE-For the cheeks, and
PEARL POWDER For
1 0 CHROME For sallow com
Ditto finest quality.. 16 plexions.
Ditto liquid, carriage DUTCH PINK-For wan com.
paid 3 stamps extra ..
1 6 plexions
06 POWDER FOR THE HAIR EMAIL NOIR-To stop out teeth
Gold, silver, or diamond, each 2 0 for old men
1 0 PENCILS-For eye-lids and eye.
1 0 ELUI MYSTERIEUX-Containing pencil for eyes, rougo
1 0 and pearl 3 0 ROUGE-Rouge
1 0 ETUI DE FLORE-Containing
Ditto, very fine
1 6 pencils for eyes,veins and lips 2 6 RUDDY ROUGE-For sunburnt FARD INDIEN—For eye-brows
1 0 and eye-lids, very effective .. 30 SKIN MOUSTACHE MASKS FULLER'S EARTH-To powder
For hiding the moustache, in the face before making-up . 1 0 powder, costume pieces and
06 GREASE PAINTS-For making
SCENTED COLOURED FIRE-
5 0 GRENADINE -For the lips 1 6
SPIRIT GUM — For fastening HARE'S FEET-For applying
moustaches. &c, &c...
1 0 powders to the face...
0 6 Superior white
TABLEAUX LIGHTS, SCENTED Very fine, mounted on ivory 1 6
Colours. red, green, blue,
violet, white. pink, yellow,
SIUM-Very brilliant... LIGHTNING -For private the.
atricals, without danger. 1 6 TABLETTES DE JOUVENCELINING COLOUR--For wrink.
A small box of rouge, or
6d. & 1 0
1 0 MONGOLIAN For Indians,
WHITING— For Pantomimes,
Clowns' faces, Statuary, sc. 1 0
BEARDS-To go round chin on wire
2 6 Surerior, real hair.
2 6 WHISKERS-On wire..
2 6 With Moustache on wire 2 6 Superior, real hair
3 6 Mutton Chop on gauze ...
2 6 C mic old man
2 6 Sailor's, to go under chin 2 6
MOUSTACHES - Ordinary, on
1 6 With imperial, on gauze
6 CRAPE HAIR – For making
False Whiskers, Moustaches,
Iron Grey, and Red,per yard 0 6
THEATRICAL & FANCY COSTUME WIGS, &c. A large assortment of above kept in Stock.
No Wigs lent ont on hire, Any Wig can be made to order. For prices and description, see CATALOGUE, POST FREE ON APPLICATION.
As performed at the Drury Lane Theatre (under the management of Messrs. E. Falconer and F. B. Chatterton),
on Monday, October 17th, 1864.
Britons. CYMBELINE (Ring of Britain) Mr. A. RAYNER.
CLOTEN ...(his Step-son)... Mr. Water Lacy. LEONATUS POSTHUMUS (a British Noble) Mr. Prelps.
the name Morgan) GUIDERIUS, called POLYDORE S (his supposed Mr. G. F. NEVILLE. ARVIRAGUS, called CADWAL Sons) Š Mr. WARDE. MADAN
.Mr. F. Monrox. LOCRINE PISANIO (a faithful Retainer of Posthumu3) Mr. Edmund Phelps. CORNELIUS .....(a Physician)......... Mr. LickroLD.
1st BRITISH OFFICER Mr. WEAVER.
2nd BRITISH OFFICER.....
Romans, Britons, Lords, dc. QUEEN (Second Wife to Cymbeline)... Miss Atkinsox. IMOGEN (Daughter of the King)...... Miss Heren l'aucit. HELEN (her Lady) Miss GREEN.
Ladies, Puges, &C.
LEWIS ............... (a French Gentleman)..................Mr. Suatus.
IACHIMO...(a Roman Noble)... Mr. CRESTI(6. PIIILARIO ...............(a Roman Novie) . ........... Mr. Fuzz IMES.
VARUS .............. (an Officer) ............... Mr. GATES.
Tax, publication and preservation of this drama is dus to the author's friends and colleagues, Heminge and Condell, to whom the world is so unpayably indebted, for the important number of seventeen plays, which appeared in print for the first time, in the edition prepared by those actors. The following is a list of the separate issues and alterations of this piece :1. Cymbeline
folio. 1623. 2. Injured Princess, or the Fatal Weger; Durfey 4to. 1682. 3. Cymbeline, (as acted) by Chetwood, the Prompter of Drury Lane
12mo. 1734. 4. Cymbeline, with alterations by C. Marsh 8vo. 1755.
and 12mo. 1762. 5. Cymbeline, as performed at Covent Garden, by Hawkins
8vo. 1759. 6. Cymbeline, altered by Garrick, as avted at Drury Lane
12 mo. 1761, 1762 ; 8vo. 1767. 7. Cymbeline, as acted
12mo. 1777. 8. Cymbeline, altered by H. Brooke ...
8vo. 1778. 9. Cymbeline, from Drury Lane Prompt Book 8vo. 1788. 10. Cymbeline, by Eccles
8vo. 1793. 11. Cymbeline, from the Prompt Bcok, &c, with notes
8vo. 1793. 12. Cymbeline, altered by J. P. Kemle 8vo. 1300, 1810.
and 12.10. 1815. 13. Cymbeline, as performed, with notes by Mrs. Inchbald
12mo. 1803. 14. Cymbeline, with alterations, Drury Lane 12mo. n. d. 15. Cymbeline, revised
12mo. 1818. 16. Cymbeline, Oxberry's edition (good portrait of Farley as Cloten)
12mo. 1823. 17. Cymbeline, as acted, with Remarks by D. G... 18mo. 1823. 18. Cymbeline, Nuremberg and New York 12mo. 1839. 19. Cymbeline, Lacy's edition
... 12mo. 1864,