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ON THE CARDS.f

ON THE CARDS.f

THE publishers are evidently quite determined, that we shall not • forget that Christmas is coming; and Messrs. Routledge, with their usual promptitude, send forth their Christmas Annual before all others. Tho brilliant cover is in itself. a study ; and those, who are familiar '
November 23, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
INVALIDS AND INFANTS.

INVALIDS AND INFANTS.

000 pROMOTe I, EOUSI FOOD AIII% TRADE t o * MARK. NEAVE'S FARINACEOUS FOOD Has for n'anv years receiv , d the unqualified approval of Drs. Lanktater, Ha sal., Letheby. Ure, and other eminent medical men, as a highly nutritious and unmetlieated diet for Invalids and Children. Sol
November 23, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
ainvz of flu afettht Anzirt gadionot "outdo, Icattotif karittitot

ainvz of flu afettht Anzirt gadionot "outdo, Icattotif karittitot

flu "outdo, REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION ABROAD.] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867. ~~_, [THE RIGHT OF TRANSLATION IS RESERVED [PRICE TWOPENCE. Post free 3s. 3d. per Quarter. publip.• The plot has been thus, - ssApCin.:94lyset forth .young., cThrgy;:,nan, :,Staialy„VAlars, migaggao ib#a
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Dit family Jliehicine.

Dit family Jliehicine.

family Jliehicine. PART XXXV. WE have now reached the last of Mr. Barwell's divisions : FIFTH DIVISION.—EXHAUSTION. Mutton Broth Quickly Made.—l n these cases it is sometimes of the greatest importance to prepare strong nourishment very quickly, and also to give a large quantity
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
tr,Oe &Od Touter.

tr,Oe &Od Touter.

&Od Touter. INCIPIENT SORE-THROAT.—The liniment of ammonia, or hartshorn and oil, when used in incipient sore-throat, says a physician, ought not to be rubbed upon the skin zf the neck, but should be spread upon a strip of flannel, about six inches wide, doubled upon itself, then
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
PARENTS VERSUS ROWING CLUBS.

PARENTS VERSUS ROWING CLUBS.

TS rowing, as indulged in by the young men of the Uni-1. versities, injurious to health F Such is the important question that for the past week or two has occupied prominent public attention. Its discussion has been :carried on with great ardour on both sides, and though, as is
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
A LITTLE "FUN" FOR THE LADIES

A LITTLE "FUN" FOR THE LADIES

"EVERYTHING by turns and nothing long."—A kaleidoscope. WARRANTED NOT TO FADE.-HOW did Mr. George Peabody write his six-figure cheques for the benefit of the London poor ? With sympathetic ink. BOTANlCAL.—Horticultural journals report that the tallow-tree of China has been succe
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
S. OSBORNE, Manufacturer and Patentee, London, LA BELLE FRANCE CORSET. Cut in One Piece.—No Seam, —No Gussets. For case, elegance,

S. OSBORNE, Manufacturer and Patentee, London, LA BELLE FRANCE CORSET. Cut in One Piece.—No Seam, —No Gussets. For case, elegance,

and fit, surpassing all introduced. Protected by Royal Letters Patent. To be had of all Drapers, Staymakers, and Underclothing Warehou,c , . EVERY CORSET STAMPED. '...*%4- 41 7' 41---., 1-C''t.(77--• I li ii fit ,, i d J, \.....
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
TOHN GOSNELL AND CO.'S PATENT TRICE-1 OSARON, or npwly-invented H AIR BRUSIT4 the peculiar mechanical construction of which accolir plishes

TOHN GOSNELL AND CO.'S PATENT TRICE-1 OSARON, or npwly-invented H AIR BRUSIT4 the peculiar mechanical construction of which accolir plishes

the two operations of cleansing and po.ishing simultaneot, ly. THE PATENT MECHANICAL CHAIR, FOR BRUSHING HAIR BY MA CHINERY. Prospectus and I'articulars apply to the Patentees and Sole Manufacturers, JOHN GOSNELL & Co., Perfumers to 11. R. H. the Princess of Wales, 93, UPPER THA
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. THE "WEED" SEWING MACHINE COMPANY Received the HIGHEST PREMIUM at the Paris Exposition, 1867, for their New

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. THE "WEED" SEWING MACHINE COMPANY Received the HIGHEST PREMIUM at the Paris Exposition, 1867, for their New

F. F. (or Family Favourite) Sewing Machine. These Machines possess many advantages. Intending purchasers are solicited to view them in full operation at the new premises of .the Company, 41, OXFORD STREET
November 2, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England