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[SCENE CLOSES.]

[SCENE CLOSES.]

Miss LE GEYT gratefully acknowledges ss. from C. T. Donovan, for the Corston Coffee-shop. Further hubscriptions solicited.
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
OCT. 26, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT. INDIVIDUALISM.

OCT. 26, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT. INDIVIDUALISM.

WE have all heard of the old adage concerning the bundle of faggots; each faggot being a unit, yet all tied together in a bundle, so forming unity, and therefore strength. But we are too apt to forget that each of us is as an individual faggot, even though we form part of the St
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
COSTUMIERS DE PARIS.

COSTUMIERS DE PARIS.

After Saints, heigh for carnival! After due penance on the ground floor, the Catholic spirit may soar upwards to revel in beauties of pictures , costumes for brigands, harlequins, and even Diardi. I remain, Madam, your obedient servant, THE AUTHOR OF Bth October, 1872. 66 RAMDLE
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
[OcT. 26, 1872. M. THEOPHILE G.AXTIEIt.

[OcT. 26, 1872. M. THEOPHILE G.AXTIEIt.

The death is announced from Paris of M, Theophile Gautier, the well-known French writer. The event was not altogether unexpected, as H. Gautier had been ill for some little time. He was 61 years of age, having been born at Tarves on the 314 of August, 1811. After leaving college
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
PERSIAN BALM LA QUICKLY PREVENTS THE HAIR FROM FALLING OFF, OR LOSING ITS BEAU IT, AND RESTORES GREY HAIR TO

PERSIAN BALM LA QUICKLY PREVENTS THE HAIR FROM FALLING OFF, OR LOSING ITS BEAU IT, AND RESTORES GREY HAIR TO

ITS NATURAL COLOUR WITHOUT STAINING THE SKIN. Sold by the Proprietor, JOHN LEE, Chemist, Yarmouth, and most chemists. 21s. ' 10s. 6d., ss. 6d. See &don's All About Everything, 1871, p. 281. , LADIES, LADIES' MAIDS, aud HEAD 1_ NURSES.—A Lady, who has had great experience in gett
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY DENTIST.

THE LADY DENTIST.

MRS. HARDINGE, 40, New North-road Hoxton. In( of 'edible Artificial Tes th on gold platina, silver, or vulcanite, made and repaired at less charges than men eentists. A tcoth, 3s. Ed.; beet, 5. ; set El to Painless system. Toothache instantlY cured without extracticn. Stopping a
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
NOTICE. Communications to the Editor should be written upon one side of the paper only; and be authenticated by the

NOTICE. Communications to the Editor should be written upon one side of the paper only; and be authenticated by the

name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication. The Editor cannot undertake to return unaccopted Manuscripts, unless accompanied by stamps for that purpose. Advertisements, Music, Books, and Magazines for review should be addressed to the Publisher. • As the OWN
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
GLENFIELD STARCH

GLENFIELD STARCH

is the only kind used in her Majesty's Laundry. If ther e are any Ladies who have not yet used the GLEN FIELD STARCH, they are respectfully solicited to give it a trial, and carefully follow out the directions printed on every package, and if this is done, they will say, like th
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Published for the Prop rietor by Thomns Sit at 3, Shoe Lane,Fleet Street, London, where all communications are requested to

Published for the Prop rietor by Thomns Sit at 3, Shoe Lane,Fleet Street, London, where all communications are requested to

be sent. Printed by JAMES WELcu, 6, St. Clement' Inn Passage, Strand, London, W.C. - Oct. 26, 1872.
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
OCT. 26, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT.

OCT. 26, 1872.] A JOURNAL OF PROGRESS, TASTE, AND THOUGHT.

Arisaig stuck fast to the Countess of Cairnsmuir, and it was her fate to bring upon her husband the self-same disaster she had brought her father. Through her untoward advent the title and lands of Arisaig had passed already to a collateral relative, for the unhappy Baron and hi
October 26, 1872 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England