- I. II. III. The Comedy-Ballet of Marionnettes, as performed by the troupe of the Théâtre-Impossible, posed in three drawings
IV. Garçons de Café
- V. The Slippers of Cinderella
For you must have all heard of the Princess Cinderella with her slim feet and shining slippers. She was beloved by Prince ******, who married her, but she died soon afterwards, poisoned (according to Dr. Gerschovius) by her elder sister Arabella, with powdered glass. It was ground I suspect from those very slippers she danced in at the famous ball. For the slippers of Cinderella have never been found since. They are not at Cluny.
VI. Portrait of Madame Réjane