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__~`~. MRS. GASKELL [From a _Photograph by 3fr. G. 4. , flf‘Glaslion, Princes-street, Edinburgh.] In 1853, another novel from her

__~`~. MRS. GASKELL [From a _Photograph by 3fr. G. 4. , flf‘Glaslion, Princes-street, Edinburgh.] In 1853, another novel from her

pen appeared, entitled Ruth;" but from UP nature of its subject it did not attain the popularity of its predecessor. " North and South " was republished, in two vo:umes, in 1855, from the serial already mentioned. -Her next important work ras " The Life of Charlotte Bronte," pub
June 1, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FOND MEMORY.

FOND MEMORY.

Fond memory, fond memory, oh, were it not for thee; How sad and drear would earth appear, how dark the world would be ! How sweet it is to call to mind each scene we loved of yore, The woods and streams, the happy themes, that mein' ry can restore. Fond memory, fond memory, in s
June 1, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE CANDIAN INSURRECTION,

THE CANDIAN INSURRECTION,

The Egyptian corvette Tayoum arrived at Valetta on Sunday from Canea, with the intelligence that Omar Pasha returned there on Thursday, after burning fifty-five villages, without, however, obtaining any successful results against the insurgents.
June 1, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

ALL communications intended for the EDITOR should be addressed to him at the Printers, MESSRS. JUDD AND GLASS, St. Andrew's Hill, Doctors' Commons, London , E.C., not sent to the publisher as heretofore. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 8. d. Single Copy (post free) .. 0 3 One Copy Weekly
June 22, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY'S OWN PAPER

THE LADY'S OWN PAPER

June 15, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY'S OWN i?APER.

THE LADY'S OWN i?APER.

June 15, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
may be laid down naked on a blanket and be encouraged by the nurse to exercise their limbs. They should

may be laid down naked on a blanket and be encouraged by the nurse to exercise their limbs. They should

be oacasionally dandled in the arms ; care being taken that they are not put in a constrained position, or, above all, held in an upright posture. This affords the nurse an opportunity of engaging their attention and talking to them, and is much safer than swinging in a machine.
June 15, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY'S OWN PAPER.

THE LADY'S OWN PAPER.

knife and cut off a long lock o' thy heer (and lang and black ma heer were then, ye may believe me) ; and then thou man gan to t' espin-tree, and thou mun pin it t'it bark o' t' espin-tree ; and while thou'st da'ing it thou mun. say "Espin-tree, espin-tree, I prithee to shake an
June 15, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
TIMELY WARNING.

TIMELY WARNING.

T HE summer of last year will long be remembered for the terrible epidemic which, arising amongst the Eastern pilgrims, devastated whole districts, and at length reached our shores, to carry death and desolation to many a hitherto happy and prosperous home. We refer, of course,
June 15, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CORNS, Bunions, and Defective Toe-Nails, EXTRACTED and CURED in one minute, without cutting or pain, by MR. RENDALU, 85, Regent-street.

CORNS, Bunions, and Defective Toe-Nails, EXTRACTED and CURED in one minute, without cutting or pain, by MR. RENDALU, 85, Regent-street.

Ladies attended by Mrs. Rendall if preferred. Terms, 2s. 6d. to ss. Mr. Rendall has testimoniJs from the ttoyal Family, which may be seen, with tn,usands of others from all phrts of the kingdom, at his own house, 85, Regent-st.
June 15, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England