Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 381 articles

POISONED THREAD.

POISONED THREAD.

DR. H. C. LAWRENCE, formerly house surgeon to al:- United Hospital, Bath, has been writing to the British Medical Journal on this subject. He observes that " while the chemical composition of the thread used by sempstresses may account, as announced in the llfoniteur de l' Hygie
February 9, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
SAISON D'HIVER. MADAME ALEXANDRINE, 13, OLD BOND STREET, PICCADILLY. VENANT de recevoir de Paris, les dernieres modes, preparees sp6cialement pour

SAISON D'HIVER. MADAME ALEXANDRINE, 13, OLD BOND STREET, PICCADILLY. VENANT de recevoir de Paris, les dernieres modes, preparees sp6cialement pour

la Toussaint; en Chapeaux, Bonnets, Coiffures, Robes et Manteaux, a l'honneur d'informer son elegante clientele, qu'elle est a meme d'offrir tons les articles, aux prix les plus advantageux. Choix des Meilleures Corsets de Paris. GANTS ALEXANDRINE, si justement renommes.
February 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Jte io its friteffig mice.

Jte io its friteffig mice.

io its friteffig mice. A MAGNIFICENT new church at Liverpool, built at a oost of £14,000 by Mr. T. D. Anderson, a local merchant, was consecrated last week. THE Dublin Express announces that the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have resolved to allocate £12,000 for the purpose of inc
February 23, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
grudged to women," it has been said by a modern writer, " the wreaths of literary fame. No history of

grudged to women," it has been said by a modern writer, " the wreaths of literary fame. No history of

literature shows a period when their influence was not apparent, when honours were not rendered to them." In Art, however, woman has not shone so conspicuously. It is true she has painted much ; but her efforts have been mostly directed to portraits, flowers, landscapes,---in ot
February 23, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
~_ NEW-SHAPED BONNETS.

~_ NEW-SHAPED BONNETS.

We have seen some bonnets of a very pretty and new shape, and of a style as well suited to the middle classes as to ladies of higher rank. In fact, they are more neat and modest, and better adapted for walking costume than most which we have lately Been. One of these Which ire w
February 23, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
NOTES ON NOSES

NOTES ON NOSES

very terms we use in describing a man's nose, says a New York Paper, tend to bring it into contempt and make us laugh. For instance, we say that a man has a pugnose, a hook-nose, a hatchet-nose, a club-nose, a snub-nose, a potato-nose, a peaked-nose, a parrot's-nose, or a turned
February 16, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
RECIPES,

RECIPES,

CARMINATIVE BlixrunE FO;llZTS.—Powdered rhubarb, carb. magnesia, each 1 scruple; tinct. rhubarb, simple syrup, each 1 drashm; sal volatile, 15 minims; distilled water, 14 drachms; mix, and add castor oil, 3 1 1 drachms ; shake well and keep in a cool place. toose for child of 2
February 16, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
fjints for '2joung

fjints for '2joung

THE MEANING OP THE CHILD'S CRIES. Cans are the only language which a young baby has to express its - distress, as smiles and laughter and merry antics tell without a word its gladness. The baby must be ill (says Dr. C. West), is all that its cries tell one person ; another, who
February 16, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
MANAGEMENT OF THE SICK ROOM

MANAGEMENT OF THE SICK ROOM

DR. CHARLES WEST, whose position as Physician to the Hospital for Sick Children has supplied him with extensive and valuable means of observation in the ailments of the young, has given some valuable hints for the management of the sick room. The room must be kept cool, and dark
February 16, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Vje Altar or e faso ion. WHAT IS WORN IN PARIS, WHAT WE WEAR IN LONDON, AND WHAT WE OUGHT

Vje Altar or e faso ion. WHAT IS WORN IN PARIS, WHAT WE WEAR IN LONDON, AND WHAT WE OUGHT

TO WEAR. THE fine weather, sunny and. mil d as spring, which we experienced during the end of last week, if it continue, wll Cause everyone to require now clothing, for the heavy seYs, serges, and velvets of winter could not long be endured. A simultaneous rush will be made, and
February 23, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England