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KIRBY'S EIVICLUENT raMAY: FOR THE Superior to any Cosmetic used for that purpose. This excellent POMADE w ill b e

KIRBY'S EIVICLUENT raMAY: FOR THE Superior to any Cosmetic used for that purpose. This excellent POMADE w ill b e

f ou nd a most valuable acquisition to the Toilet, not only that it strengthens and restores Hair where baldness is partially visible, but also prevents it turning Grey, eradicates Scurf, Dandriff, and other excrescences from the Head, and by its softening properties produces a
July 20, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Ebie first-Nam

Ebie first-Nam

ON a bright sunshiny day, not long since, I stepped into one of the City omnibuses. There were not many passengers in it at the time, but soon two ladies, fashionably attired, entered and took seats beside me. They were conversing earnestly, but I did not pay much attention unti
May 18, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
ST.

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May 18, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
NEW MATERIAL FOR WINDOW ROLLER BLINDS. PATENT COTTON DIAPHANE. Patronised by Her Majesty the QUEEN and his loyal Highness the

NEW MATERIAL FOR WINDOW ROLLER BLINDS. PATENT COTTON DIAPHANE. Patronised by Her Majesty the QUEEN and his loyal Highness the

PRINCE or WALES. Patterns forwarded by
May 18, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
1561 / 1 4,: - I

1561 / 1 4,: - I

May 18, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY'S OWN PAPER,

THE LADY'S OWN PAPER,

Allan's fortnight expanded to a month, and still he lingered on. The time passed pleasantly ; the shooting and fishing surpassed his expectations; the mountainous country, the silent lochs, the hillsides dotted with sheep, the mossy pasture lands, the sense of being in some degr
October 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
APPROACHING MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE.

APPROACHING MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE.

A ItAunuoc will shortly take pla , :e between Captain Talbot Coke, 25th King's Own Borderers, eldest son of Colonel Coke, of Debdale Hall, Notts, and Miss Fitzgerald, eldest daughter of Major Fitzgerald, Maperton House, Somerset. We understand that a marriage is arranged, and wi
October 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
'1)0 fjumourist.

'1)0 fjumourist.

fjumourist. THE LAP OF LUXERY.-A cat enjoying her milk. WHY is the letter T like your nose ? Because it goes before you (U). WHY is woman mending her stockings_deformed ?—Because her hands are where her feet belong. A CRUSTY old bachelor says that Adam's wife was called Eve :beca
October 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
HARMONIUMS, £4. Five Stops, £7 7s. ; Seven Stops, £8 15s. ; Eight Stops, £1010s.; Ten Stops, £l3 10s. Pedal

HARMONIUMS, £4. Five Stops, £7 7s. ; Seven Stops, £8 15s. ; Eight Stops, £1010s.; Ten Stops, £l3 10s. Pedal

Harmoniums, from £lO to £lOO. Send for Illustrated Catalogues. Julius Layland and Co., 67, 13LACKMAN STREET, BOROUGT1; City Branch, 2, Southampton Buildings, Holborn, Next turning to Chancery Lane. A=, , •._- ___.:- ,__-____________________-
October 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
W. F. THOMAS & CO.'S NEW PATENT SEWING MACHINES, Producing work alike on both sides (Lock-stitch). CATALOGUES £5 : ss.

W. F. THOMAS & CO.'S NEW PATENT SEWING MACHINES, Producing work alike on both sides (Lock-stitch). CATALOGUES £5 : ss.

FREE. 1 & 2, CIIEAPSIDE ; and REGENT CIRCUS, OXFORD STREET, LONDON.
October 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England