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..* * Notices forwarded to the Office tender the following heads are inserted if accompanied by 12 postage stamps.] AS YOUNG LADIES' MAID, a Person, e aged 20. Town or country.—Aadress, L. 8., 8; ` - 'ca''e-street, Grosvenor-square, W. As MAID to two Young Ladies, a Person vho i
February 16, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
GUINEA BASSINETTE

GUINEA BASSINETTE

I. • o f ----,-__,.., „ ...,_ _.....*:#--,,,,--------._-,-_ _ HALF GUINEA BASKET,
February 16, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
)E-fi.: INC f---'' ACHINE

)E-fi.: INC f---'' ACHINE

INC ACHINE EXCELS in SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY, There is no INVESTMENT that pays a better PERFECTION, of FINISH, EASE of MANIPU- interest or brings more COMFORT, HEALTH, LATION, and BEAUTY of WORK produced. HAPPINESS, and RELIEF to the HOUSEHOLD. It will STITCH, HEM, FELL, BIND, GAT
February 16, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FACTS AND FACES.—See the VICTORIA MAGAZINE. September Number. Price One Shilling, postage free. Victoria Press, Princes-street, Hanoversquare. T HE VICTORIA

FACTS AND FACES.—See the VICTORIA MAGAZINE. September Number. Price One Shilling, postage free. Victoria Press, Princes-street, Hanoversquare. T HE VICTORIA

MAGAZINE Miss Faithfull having assigned to Mr. W. W. Head her interest in the printing office (opened in March, It6o, in which t.he trained women as compositors, and established a business on a secure commercial basis), will in future be able to give more undivided attention to
September 28, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES

THE SINGER" NEW LOCK-STITCH RECEIVED THE HIGHEST PRIZE, A SILVER MEDAL, AT THE PARIS EXPO8ITION ) 1867. (Exhibited by the French A yentfor the Sale of these Unrivalled Machines.) Only Two Gold Medals were awarded in Class LVII. (which included all Sewing Machinery), one under th
September 28, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, Half Price.— CHAS. AmoTr AND Co ,St. Paul's, will SELL NEXT. WEEK, £2,700 worth o Nightgowns, Drawers, Petticoats,

LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, Half Price.— CHAS. AmoTr AND Co ,St. Paul's, will SELL NEXT. WEEK, £2,700 worth o Nightgowns, Drawers, Petticoats,

Chemises, and Camisoles, the STOCK of a WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER. Tucked Drawers, ls. nd., worth 2s. 9d. ; Drawers, with rich work, 3a. lid.. worth 7s. 6d.; Long-cloth Chemises, worth 35., for Is. 9d. ; Chemises trimmed, rich work or Cluny lace, usually 10s. 6d., for 3s. Ild. and
September 28, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CHEAP FANCY DRESSES.—Great advantage offered to Purchasers owing to the extreme low prices at which the above goods will be

CHEAP FANCY DRESSES.—Great advantage offered to Purchasers owing to the extreme low prices at which the above goods will be

offered. Upwards of 10,000 yards various kinds, useful New Materials for Dresses will be sold at qd. per yard, cut in any lengths. Wool Serges, French Reps, and any other kind of fashionable Dresses equally cheap. Patterns post free. HENRY GLAVE, 534 to 537, New Oxford-street, W
September 28, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE LADY'S OWN PAPER

THE LADY'S OWN PAPER

August 17, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
EXCELLENCE

EXCELLENCE

AND THE TEST 01' CHEAPNESS, Combining Economy with Luxury, ensuring to Consumers the best value for money, and the enjoyment of GOOD TEA. I'er l'ound. a.. d. EXCELLENT CONGOU Quite equal to any supplied as best at Is. 6d. per lb. THE FINE KAISOW CONGOU Is the best Half-Crown Tea
August 17, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
THE WEST-END GOVERNESSES' INSTITUTE, 244, REGENT -STREET, Corner of Little Argyle-street. Conducted by MISS WHITE ; to whom the Nobility,

THE WEST-END GOVERNESSES' INSTITUTE, 244, REGENT -STREET, Corner of Little Argyle-street. Conducted by MISS WHITE ; to whom the Nobility,

Gentry, and Principals of Schools, desirous of obtaining English or Foreign Governesses, Companions, or Lady Housekeepers, &c., are invited to apply. Schools recommended in England, France, and Germany. Hours of Reception, from 11 till 4; Saturdays, 11 till 1.
August 17, 1867 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England