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OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

TEE death is announced of Sophia Davy, widow of General Sir William Gabriel Davy, Bart., C. 8., who died ten years since. Her ladyship, who was born in 1811, was the eldest daughter of Mr. Richard-Fountayne Wilson, of Melton, Yorkshire, py the third daughter of Mr. George Osbald
December 22, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF THE WEEK. THE DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENTS.

NOTES OF THE WEEK. THE DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENTS.

THE great event of the week, and one that has absorbed everything else, thrilling the heart of the nation and casting a deep gloom over the preparations for the festivities of the season, is the fearful sacrifice of life by accidents in collieries. The main facts of the catastro
December 22, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
GARDENING FOR LADIES.

GARDENING FOR LADIES.

THE weather has been so variable as to rendei it a task beyond our power to give decisive three tions to our fair readers; we pen a few notes. however, prefacing that they are perfectly conditional. Should a sharp frost set in, which is not unlikely, and it is as well to prepare
December 22, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
SILK DRESSES for MORNING or EVENING WEAR delicately printed by French artistes on Violet, Green, Buff, Blue, Brown, White, and

SILK DRESSES for MORNING or EVENING WEAR delicately printed by French artistes on Violet, Green, Buff, Blue, Brown, White, and

Black Grounds, at 355. 9d. the full dross ; Paris present price, 60 francs. Patterns sent. HARVEY and Co., LAMBETH HOUSE, Westminster-bridge, S. SILK REPS (PEpingline de Roubaix) at 60., yard wide, selling everywhere at 4s. 6d., with the purest wool on the wrong side, in brillia
December 22, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
t - si AR TER'S CRINOLINE S.A.LOONS V) are open to the public, with every new pattern in REAL HORSEHAIR

t - si AR TER'S CRINOLINE S.A.LOONS V) are open to the public, with every new pattern in REAL HORSEHAIR

PETTICOATS. Fluted, Tucked, Puffed, Flounced, dic. Address, WILLIAM CARTER, 4, Ludgate-hill.
December 22, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Athtrixa.

Athtrixa.

Mn.PuNcu's "Pocket-book" for 1867 contains an amusing frontispiece of the Matrimonial Register Association. " EMANUEL SWEDENBORG : His Life and Writings," by Mr. William White, is announced for publication in January next. THE first number of the Philatelist, an illustrated mont
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Crossirt Amongst tht Lai:Tits About Shopping.

Crossirt Amongst tht Lai:Tits About Shopping.

DESCRIBING ALL THE NOVELTIES IN DRESS, JEWELLERY, PERFUMERY, CARDEAUX, GAMES, FURNITURE, DOMESTIC INVENTIONS, PATENTS, &C. (BY THE LATE SPECIAL COMMISSIONER TO THE "QUEEN.") WERE we inclined to forget the fact, it would not be possible to accomplish a day's shopping without bein
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Court and -,--.-0---- COURT. ME Queen walked and drove in the Castle Grounds, Windsor, on Sunday afternoon, attended by the

Court and -,--.-0---- COURT. ME Queen walked and drove in the Castle Grounds, Windsor, on Sunday afternoon, attended by the

Marchioness of Ely. Queen, their Royal Highnesses Prince and Princess Christian, Princess Louise, Prince Leopold, and Princess Beatrice, and the ladies and gentlemen in waiting, attended Divine service on Sunday morning in the private chapel. The Very Rev. the Dean of Westminste
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
A N EXPERIENCED SWISS GOVERNESS wishes for a situation after Christmas. French, German, piano, drawing, &c. Pupils not under 12

A N EXPERIENCED SWISS GOVERNESS wishes for a situation after Christmas. French, German, piano, drawing, &c. Pupils not under 12

preferred. Salary liberal. NO agents. S., No. 6, Park-row, Knightsbridge, S.W.
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
A 8 LADY'S MAID, a Person who is experienced in all the duties of her situation, and well reconanaended,—Adaress, L.

A 8 LADY'S MAID, a Person who is experienced in all the duties of her situation, and well reconanaended,—Adaress, L.

8., 8, South Moiton-street, Grosvenor-square, W.
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England