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THE LADY'S OWN PAPER.

THE LADY'S OWN PAPER.

as heartily as she wanted to be paid ; but they wanted, also, to preserve their own upright and honourable character. They were not prepared to get money in any fashion, even to pay so important a person as their landlady, to whom, in the long run, they did pay every farthing, a
January 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
TWO PRIZE MEDALS FOR BOOTS, 1862. S. W. NORMAN, WESTMINSTER BRIDGE ROAD,

TWO PRIZE MEDALS FOR BOOTS, 1862. S. W. NORMAN, WESTMINSTER BRIDGE ROAD,

116, LONDON, ITAS a large assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's Boots and Shoes in Stock. Speeialite Boots made on Dr. Meyer's principle. The Croquet Boot, the Bathing Boot, the Cork Boot, the Louis XV. Boot Heels, so fashionable at present. The Alpine Shooting and
January 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CEMENT FOR BROKEN ARTICLES, &c, pOULKE'S CEMENT will unite any Material, from Glass and Leather to Wood and Iron, and

CEMENT FOR BROKEN ARTICLES, &c, pOULKE'S CEMENT will unite any Material, from Glass and Leather to Wood and Iron, and

the articles joined bear washing in boiling wator. It combines transparency with unequalled strength and freedom from unpleasant odour, admits of great neatness, and is of easy application. A few of the uses to which it may be applied : The repairs of every description of Househ
January 12, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY'S OWN PAPER.

THE LADY'S OWN PAPER.

Iltligiotis Intiligtuct. THE Bishop of Natal has written a letter to the Daily News, in which, among other matters, he replies to the Bishop of Oxford's insinuation that the Rev. Mr. Tonnesen is not an educated man. IT is proposed that the week commencing January 6th should be o
January 5, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

GENERAL SERVANT.—WANTED, a respectable young woman, about 20 years of age, as GENERAL SERVANT, where another is kept.—Apply at 3, Greville-rd., Kilburn-priory. A MAID of all WORK WANTED, to assist 11 the cook and housemaid, in a house of business. No one over 25 years old will s
January 5, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
PRIZE MEDALS.

PRIZE MEDALS.

January 5, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
WHY IS BARTLETT'S PATENT SEWING MACHINE the cheapest and best? Because it does as many kinds of work as any

WHY IS BARTLETT'S PATENT SEWING MACHINE the cheapest and best? Because it does as many kinds of work as any

machine, and is so simple that anyone can operate it perfectly, after a few mo ments' perusal of the directions accompanying each machine ; while there is no complex mechanism to get out of order.
January 5, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE.

FASHIONABLE.

A RATHER alarming fire has occurred in the mansion of Sir J. P. Wilde, the Judge Ordinary of the Divorce and Probate Courts, at 2 , Grafton-street, New Bond-street, W. The fire occurred in a back drawing-room on the first floor, and before it could be extinguished it destroyed t
January 19, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
" HUSBAND HUNTING."

" HUSBAND HUNTING."

OUR cynical contemporary, the Saturday Review, has been writing on what it is pleased to call husband hunting." We give the part of most interest to our readers. "We put together," says the writer, " the three facts that nineteenthcentury civilization makes men indisposed to mar
January 19, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
DAUGHTERS.

DAUGHTERS.

On the 19th inst., the wife of George Henry Cole, Esq., of 24, Canonbury-place. On the 19th inst., at Radwell House, Baldock, the wife of Edmund Janson, Esq. On te 19th inst., at The Savoy, Strand, the wife of the Rev. C. Schoell. On the 21st inst., at 93, Cambridge-street, Piml
January 26, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England