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THE MOST LAUGHABLE THING ON EARTH.—A New Parlour Pastime; 50,000 Comical Transformations Endless amusements for parties of two to fifty.

THE MOST LAUGHABLE THING ON EARTH.—A New Parlour Pastime; 50,000 Comical Transformations Endless amusements for parties of two to fifty.

Post free for 14 stamps—H. G. CLARKE and Co., 2, Garrick-street, Covent-garden.
January 29, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
SILKS, in Dresses, at 255. 6d. Lb 31s. 6d., 405., and 455. Black Gros Grains, Glaces, and Cords, made of

SILKS, in Dresses, at 255. 6d. Lb 31s. 6d., 405., and 455. Black Gros Grains, Glaces, and Cords, made of

bright Italian Silk, with a warranty for wear, at 3s. 64d. per yard, Japanese Silks, the German make, richest in quality of silk, really wears well, at Is. 61d per yard, not to be equalled. Richest Black Moir6s, yard wide, 10s. 9d. per Yard. Patterns sent. HARVEY and CO., LAMBET
January 29, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE COURT.

THE COURT.

THE QUEEN walked and drove in the grounds at Osborne on Wednesday morning last week, accompanied by Princess Beatrice. Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales and Prince Albert Victor, Prince George, and Princess Louise of Wales took leave of the Queen and return
April 30, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
PATRONIZED by the CROWN PRINCESS of PRUSSIA, the SULTAN of TURKEY, and the NAWAB NAZIM of BENGAL. THE AGENORIA HAND

PATRONIZED by the CROWN PRINCESS of PRUSSIA, the SULTAN of TURKEY, and the NAWAB NAZIM of BENGAL. THE AGENORIA HAND

SEWING MACHINE, £4 TREADLE 3facux Es Excelsior . • L 6 0 Britannia from 16 0 Elliptic, from 0 0 Willcox and Gibbs 0 Belgravia 15 0 Howe(Elias. Jun.) 0 0 Grover & Baker 0 0 Alexandra 0 0 Wanzer.. • • 0 0 Lion .. 00 Florence , 1 0 to Wheeler&Wilkon 1 0 0 Machines by all makers. •,
April 30, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
T.EFT-OFF CLOTHES BOUGHT for LI CASH, in large or small quantities, by Mr. and Mrs. PHILLIPS, 31, Thayer-street, Manchester-sq., London,

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

W. Established 1820. Terms, cash only.
April 30, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
AMONGST THE WATER LILIES.

AMONGST THE WATER LILIES.

Oh! beautiful thou art, Thou sculpture-like and stately river-queen! Crowning the depths, as with the light serene Of a pure heart. Bright lily of the wave! Rising in karless grace with every swell, Thou seem'st as if a spirit meekly brave Dwelt in thy cell: Lifting alike thy he
May 21, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
MAY 21, 1870.]

MAY 21, 1870.]

one loop at the end of each row, and netting backwards and forwards until arriving at the one loop which forms the point, repeating the same until the whole fourteen are completed. The four spots which appear in each point are to be darned, care being taken to secure the ends of
May 21, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
PUBLISHING ARRANGESIENTS.-IMPORTiNT TO MOFFATT AND COMPANY, State .111 Publishers and Agents for the Dublin Steam Printing Company, beg to announce

PUBLISHING ARRANGESIENTS.-IMPORTiNT TO MOFFATT AND COMPANY, State .111 Publishers and Agents for the Dublin Steam Printing Company, beg to announce

thatl they have resolved to CHARGE NO COMMISSION for PUBLISHING WORKS PRINTED BY THEM until the Author has been refunded his original outlay. They would also state that THEY PRINT, IN THE FIRST STYLE, GREATLY UNDER THE USUAL CHARGES. Their Publishing Arrangements will enable the
May 21, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CEMENT fot BROKEN ARTICLES ; &e: . LIOULKES' CEMENT will tiiiite any Material, from Glass and Leather to Wood and

CEMENT fot BROKEN ARTICLES ; &e: . LIOULKES' CEMENT will tiiiite any Material, from Glass and Leather to Wood and

Iron, and the articles joined bear washing in boiling water. 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 repair of every description o
May 21, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
TO LADIES. THICK HAIR PLAITS FOR FORMING THE COIL CHIGNON, 33 inches in length and PERFECTLY 555. each SECOND QUALITY,

TO LADIES. THICK HAIR PLAITS FOR FORMING THE COIL CHIGNON, 33 inches in length and PERFECTLY 555. each SECOND QUALITY,

same length when. Plaited, but made of shorter Hair, 255. SINGLE CURLS, trom 2s. 6d. to 21s. CLUSTERS OF CURLS, 10s. 6d. to 305., according to length .ALL COLOURS MATCHED, AND ANY ORDER SENT BY POST SECURE FROM OBSERVATION.
May 21, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England