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ONLY HER HAND!

ONLY HER HAND!

WHENEVER I go to my window, And look out into the street — Look out across the pavement Crowded with hurrying feet — My eye travels up and over The house-fronts, dingy and dull, That break in upon my dreaming Of the Land of the Beautiful ! Till it reaches another window, Just ac
April 23, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
WHY DO BLACK SILKS WEAR SO BADLY Is a question there is often too good reason for asking; and in

WHY DO BLACK SILKS WEAR SO BADLY Is a question there is often too good reason for asking; and in

order to remove the occasion for this frequent complaint, JOLLY & SON, SILK MERCERS, BATH, Have entered into arrangements with eminent Lyons and Spitalfields facturers to produce for them several qualities and makes of BLACK SILKS, A. any of which may be purchased with the certa
April 23, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Let clouds of trouble round us And o'er the sad heart lower : Above the storm, beyond the sky, Blooms

Let clouds of trouble round us And o'er the sad heart lower : Above the storm, beyond the sky, Blooms

Faith's bright Prairie flower.
May 7, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
should be taken that they are quite distinct. The ground is a deep chocolate. We now come to the exterior

should be taken that they are quite distinct. The ground is a deep chocolate. We now come to the exterior

design. The whole of the outline is to be traced out in steel beads. We mention this first, although they are better put on last, when the wool of the interior portions has been worked in. The scallops which are shown within the interior margin, which encloses the centre, are al
May 7, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
NOVELTIES FOR LADIES. THE NEW CORSET, DRESS IMPROVER, ETC.

NOVELTIES FOR LADIES. THE NEW CORSET, DRESS IMPROVER, ETC.

What wonderful progress must have taken p'ace in the manufacture since the first pair of "stays " was worn ! We suspect, however, that the last fifty years have witnessed greater improvements than any five hundred years of previous ages; but then we move more rapidly now-a-days
May 7, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
RUSfie VEriIIIMENTS FOR HOMES OF TASTE.* THE AQUARIUM-HOW TO FORM AND KEEP IT.

RUSfie VEriIIIMENTS FOR HOMES OF TASTE.* THE AQUARIUM-HOW TO FORM AND KEEP IT.

VEriIIIMENTS FOR HOMES OF TASTE.* THE AQUARIUM-HOW TO AND KEEP IT. THIS is the season par excellence for forming the aquarium, when properly managed one of the pleasantest adjuncts of a home of taste, but too often, alas! from erroneous ideas of its requirements and capabilities,
July 2, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
SUCCESSFUL FERN – GROWING AND ITS SECRETS. __

SUCCESSFUL FERN – GROWING AND ITS SECRETS. __

SUCCESSFUL FERN - GROWING AND ITS SECRETS. __ -- Most ladies take an interest in ferns, some being not only very successful in their home cultivation, but wisely making their annual summer holiday the occasion for adding to the interest of their stock, by which means they contriv
July 2, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JULY 3. SUNDAY. —Third Sunday after Trinity. „ 4. Monday.—Clock before sun 4min. 3sec. „ 5.

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JULY 3. SUNDAY. —Third Sunday after Trinity. „ 4. Monday.—Clock before sun 4min. 3sec. „ 5.

Tuesday.—Divs. due at Bank. „ 6. Wednesday.—First quarter moon 4.30 A. M. „ 7. Thursday.—Sun sets 8.15 P.M. ~ 8. Friday.—Sun rises 3.54 A. M. „ 9. Saturday.—Fire insurance due.
July 2, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE UNIVERSITY LECTURES FOR WOMEN.

THE UNIVERSITY LECTURES FOR WOMEN.

The committee who organised courses of lectures for women at Cambridge last year have issued the following scheme of lectures for the academical year 1870-71. They will be delivered, generally speaking, twice a week within the period of University residence: English History, by
July 2, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
& MOORE, New Bond-street,

& MOORE, New Bond-street,

Procurable of all Chemists and Italian Warehousemen. CONVI7LSIONS IN TEETIIING.—None but anxious Mothers know the real worry of the " teething time," and the Nursery has no worthier or more innocent adjunct than Mrs. Johnson's American Soothing Syrup, which, easily applied to th
July 2, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England