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A HAPPY CHOICE.

A HAPPY CHOICE.

Two men once applied to Themistocles for his daughter, the one a coxcomb but very rich, and the other sensible but poor. Themistocles preferred the latter, saying, "I value a man without riches rather than riches without a man."
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER I. THE LAST OF AN ANCIENT FAMILY. E were travelling through a remote, . . out-of-the-way part of the

CHAPTER I. THE LAST OF AN ANCIENT FAMILY. E were travelling through a remote, . . out-of-the-way part of the

country in one of the wildest English counties. The year was 1848, the month December, the day that preceding Christmas; and a wild cheerless day it was. Snow was deep on the ground, a keen, icy wind roared among the bare branches of the swaying trees, and the cold, dim, grey li
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FAITH.

FAITH.

A long robe, but not very training, of pure fine white muslin. Bodice ala Grecque. A golden cross on the front of the bodice of very large size; not less than eight inches long, or a still longer one hung at the side by a blue ribbon. The hair frizzed and turned off the brow, or
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
A GHOSTLY NARRATIVE.

A GHOSTLY NARRATIVE.

A GH OSTLY NARRATIVE. _ The first part of my narrative is a country-side tale I heard while visiting in Cornwall, and I will give you the particulars as I had them explained to me. My own experience, to which these events lead up, I shall relate afterwards. There lived near a sea
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
66, PATERNOSTEB. ROW. PRICE SIXPENCE, MONTHLY, THE Sunday at Home.

66, PATERNOSTEB. ROW. PRICE SIXPENCE, MONTHLY, THE Sunday at Home.

CONTENTS FOR JANUARY. Peter Duckett, the Cobbler. By Mrs. PROSiER. Meditations on the Miracles of Christ. By the DEAN Of CHESTER. Which Shall We Give To? By Miss E. .T. WHATELEY. P. D. A Paper for Business People. With Engraving. The Gospel in Nature. By Re - v. NEWMAN HALL, LL.
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES, ALL POST-FREE FOR STAMPS. ENCHANTED BOTTLES, with MAGIC MOTIONS.—Quite New.—A Simple Secret, but Infallible Fun. In Box, with

CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES, ALL POST-FREE FOR STAMPS. ENCHANTED BOTTLES, with MAGIC MOTIONS.—Quite New.—A Simple Secret, but Infallible Fun. In Box, with

Direc• tions, 14 Stamps. 'ANORAMIC FAIRY TALES. —Each Tale told and shown in Twelve coloured Pictures, with Text, in the form of elegant little gilt-edged Books, which open out into a sheet. 7 stamps each, or the four for 22 stamps. TIIE BABES IN THE WOOD. LITTLE RED RIDING-HOOD
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Nine Stamps per Set.

Nine Stamps per Set.

Four CAROL-CARDS in a Set (Old English and Coloured Type).—Four Cards in a Set, Embossed and Coloured PICTURES, with SACRED VERSES in Gold. Ten Stamps each, or 88. dozen. he NATIVITY; with Dioramic Effect.—The YULE LOG and BARON'S FEAST (two Pictures in one, with Framing).—The C
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
.EFT-OFF CLOTHES BOUGHT for .L/ CASH, in large or small quaistities, by Mr. and Mrs. PHILLIPS, 31, Thayer-street, Manchester-sq., London,

.EFT-OFF CLOTHES BOUGHT for .L/ CASH, in large or small quaistities, by Mr. and Mrs. PHILLIPS, 31, Thayer-street, Manchester-sq., London,

W. Established 1820 Terms, cash only.
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL MATERNITY - 1 - CHARITY, a LYING -IN CHARITY for poor married women at their own homes—Patron: Her

THE ROYAL MATERNITY - 1 - CHARITY, a LYING -IN CHARITY for poor married women at their own homes—Patron: Her

Most Gracious Majesty the QUEEN. President: His Grace the DUKE of ARGYLL, K. T. Upwards of 3,000 poor women are annually attended by this Charity, and chiefly under woman's ministration. Additional subscribers are greatly needed. The Co-operation of LADIES, in support of an Inst
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Chorus.

Chorus.

Voices of the belfry height, Pealing forth their merry chimes, Sound upon the winter night, Melodies of Christmas times, Melodies of Christmas times. Voices of the Christmas morn, Calling to the sleeping West, Ere the crimson light is born, And the stars are gone to rest, Wake t
December 25, 1869 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England