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A MEMOIR OF ELIZABETTI FRY, Ablidged by her from the larger Work. wrrn A PORTRAIT. Small crown Bvo, 3s. 6d.,

A MEMOIR OF ELIZABETTI FRY, Ablidged by her from the larger Work. wrrn A PORTRAIT. Small crown Bvo, 3s. 6d.,

cloth. "Agreeably written, and contains a good outline of Mrs. Fry's life and labours."--Christian Observer. "The volume will prove of great value to who appreciate true noblenets, or take interest in improving the condition of the most degraded classes of the community."—Freema
July 11, 1868 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
TuE GOVERNESSES' INSTITUTION 94, Soho-square, London. Mute WAGFIORN invites attention to her REGISTER of English and Foreign GOVERNESSES, Teachers, Companions,

TuE GOVERNESSES' INSTITUTION 94, Soho-square, London. Mute WAGFIORN invites attention to her REGISTER of English and Foreign GOVERNESSES, Teachers, Companions,

Tutors, and Professors. School property transferred, and pupils introduced in England, Francs and Germany.
July 11, 1868 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
LADIES GOING TO FRANCE-_A young French peron, who speaki fluent English, desires to go to France with a lady as

LADIES GOING TO FRANCE-_A young French peron, who speaki fluent English, desires to go to France with a lady as

companion and Interpreter, She im a first-class dressmaker and mil , iner Add , ems, Zino. CUVNSON, is, Southam•street, Westbourne-park.
July 11, 1868 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Br. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S C R. ORODYNEs undoubtedly the InveLtor. .A .DMITTED by the Proressiort to the most valuable medic

Br. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S C R. ORODYNEs undoubtedly the InveLtor. .A .DMITTED by the Proressiort to the most valuable medic

ine over introduced. Vice- Ccancelfor Sir W. Page stated in Court that Dr. J. Collis lirtiwne was Er Russell communicated Consequently all other c under the or lIVST to the College of Physicians and J. T. Davenport titit ChtorOdyne was tile only medicine of any use in Cholera. C
July 11, 1868 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
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. . § HILDREN have what is called their baby hair until six years of a ge . Thi s s h ou ld cer t a i n ly no t b e cu t until they have attained that age, and some—as Dr. Brown, of Edinburgh—urge that it should not be cut at all. But up to that age it is like the first plumage
January 9, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
2S, OXEOUID STMEET, LON.IBON (opposite the Soho 'Bazaar).

2S, OXEOUID STMEET, LON.IBON (opposite the Soho 'Bazaar).

January 9, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
PILIOI3S and. Liver Complaints In", digestion, Sick Headache, Loss of Appetite, Drowsiness, Giddiness, Spasms, and all disorders of the Stomach

PILIOI3S and. Liver Complaints In", digestion, Sick Headache, Loss of Appetite, Drowsiness, Giddiness, Spasms, and all disorders of the Stomach

and Bowels, are quickly removed by that well-known remedy, FRAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH. They unite the recommendation of a mild operation with the most successful effect; and where an aperient is required nothing can be better adapted. Sold by all Medicine Vendors, at is. lid. and
January 9, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE ROSARY: A Legend of Wilton Abbey. By WILLIAM GILBERT, Author of "Shirley Hall Asylum," Sm. Crown Svo, 154 pp.,

THE ROSARY: A Legend of Wilton Abbey. By WILLIAM GILBERT, Author of "Shirley Hall Asylum," Sm. Crown Svo, 154 pp.,

toned paper, cloth, gilt, price 3s. 6i. "'The Rosary' is in every respect worthy of an author already most favourably known as the author of Margaret Meadows 'and 'Shirley Hall Asylum.'"—Observer. "The tale is a faithful reflex of the religious fervour of the under class of Engl
January 9, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING Z BABY LINEN WAREHOUSE. M. BRYANT, 28, OXFORD -STREET, LONDON. (Opposite the Soho Bazaar.) M. BRYANT solicits particular

LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING Z BABY LINEN WAREHOUSE. M. BRYANT, 28, OXFORD -STREET, LONDON. (Opposite the Soho Bazaar.) M. BRYANT solicits particular

attention to her Ladies' and Children's Underclothing Department. Every article being hand-made, and of the best material at the lowest prices. INFANTS' ROBES, CLOAKS, PELISSES, AND DRESSES IN GREA.T VARIETY. Trimmed BASKETS and BASSINETTES. A Large Assortment of MADEIRA EMBROID
January 9, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England