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crowned his brow with myrtle, who was unlucky enough to have an ill-omened name—abominandi ominis nomen All namPs were originally

crowned his brow with myrtle, who was unlucky enough to have an ill-omened name—abominandi ominis nomen All namPs were originally

significant, and were bestowed with reference to their well understood meaning. They were intended to convey the idea of some physical, or mental, or moral distinction on the part of the individuals bearing them. Our great progenitor was called Ad Am, because he was made of the
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.

THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.

The Prince and Princess of Wales will, we believe, pay a visit to the Duke of Buceleuch at Dramlanrig Castle on Tuesday, the 17th inst., and remain there for three days. Great preparations have been making at the castle for some time back, in anticipation of the Royal visit, and
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
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October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE EMPRESS EUGENIE.

THE EMPRESS EUGENIE.

The Empress Eugenie, according to the new paper L'Ordre, addressed the following letter to the Emperor of Russia after the disaster of Sedan: —" Hastings, Sept. 13, 1870.—Sire,—A. fugitive from my country, I now write to your Majesty. If I had, a few days aince,,when the destini
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
usit anly tke prima. HAYMARKET.

usit anly tke prima. HAYMARKET.

AT this pleasant home of comedy, Sbakspeare and Sheridan aro once more in the ascendant. During the week The School for Scandal and As You Like It, have been the attractions, and it is gratifying to know that the two finest comedies ever written have not failed to draw money eve
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
OLYMPIC,

OLYMPIC,

THE dramatic version of Mr. Wilkie Collins's novel, "The Woman in White," prepared for the stage by the author, and produced at this theatre on Monday last, cannot compare as a stage play with the one produced at the Surrey eleven years ago. We have, indeed, another striking exa
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
BOARD and RESIDENCE, Notting-hill. —A Lady and Gentleman could RECEIVE in their private house a MARRIED COUPLE, or two single

BOARD and RESIDENCE, Notting-hill. —A Lady and Gentleman could RECEIVE in their private house a MARRIED COUPLE, or two single

ladies or gentlemen. Terms moderdte to agreeable and cheerful people.—S., post-office, Ladbroke-grove, Notting-hill, W.
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FDUCATION.-COLLEGE FOR LADIES.—Terms from 30 guineas (reduction for sisters). Ihe comforts of home are combined with the highest educational advantages.

FDUCATION.-COLLEGE FOR LADIES.—Terms from 30 guineas (reduction for sisters). Ihe comforts of home are combined with the highest educational advantages.

Non-resident pupils attend for dancing, BLc. For prospectus apply to 1, Granville-terrace, Ladbroke-grove-road, Notting-hill.
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FAXCLUSIVELY for the Upper Classil (held in private rooms of the Soho Bazaar).—lN STRUCTION for YOUNG LADIES. These Classes, held

FAXCLUSIVELY for the Upper Classil (held in private rooms of the Soho Bazaar).—lN STRUCTION for YOUNG LADIES. These Classes, held

by the best Professors for Instruction in English, French, Calisthenics, Water Colour, &c., RECORMENCED on the 2nd of October.—Apply to the Lady Superintendent of the Classes, Soho Bazaar, Soho-square, London, W.C.
October 14, 1871 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England