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  2. How to Treat Croup.

    "We have constantly seen all the good effects ascribed to the most costly things produced by a bit of new flannel. An immensity of ingenuity and money are spent in the discovery of drugs, which are ...

    Article : 1,643 words

    "The little work-tables of woman's fingers are the playgrounds of woman's fancies; and their knitting-needles are fairy wands by which they transform the whole room into a spirit isle of dreams. ...

    Article : 39 words
  4. A Girl's Costume.

    No. 1801.—Dress goods and velvet are united in, this costurne. The pattern is in eight sizes, for girls from. 5 to 12 years of age. For a girl of 8 years, it needs floyds of material 22in wide, or 3¼yds 44in wide, each with ½d of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 82 words
  5. Absence.

    How wearily the time drags on When he's away! Howlong the hours, how dark the nights, How doll the day! ...

    Article : 48 words
  6. A Fanions English Novelist.

    Miss Yonge draws her inspiration of life in the peaceful, sunny, and sacramental side. She was the friend and disciple of Keble; and her mind is attuned to his. We are inclined to soe the world in the light of an Arcadia, after reading some of Miss Yonge's ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 496 words
  7. A Dress—making Suit.

    The case of Baldossi v. Labertouche and others has created some sensation in London, as the parties were fashionable dressmakers. There were originally two actions. But they were consolidated, and tried ...

    Article : 1,003 words
  8. The True Woman.

    The Professor at the Breakfast Table once said: "A woman who does not carry a hale of good feeling, and desire to make everybody contented about with her wherever she goes, an atmosphere of graoe, mercy, ...

    Article : 101 words
  9. A Delicate Hint.

    "It's a beautiful day for a walk," she said, looking but bf the window. "Indeed it is," he said, doing likewise. "Would you like to take a walk?" she continued. ...

    Article : 431 words
  10. No Flattery There.

    Niece: "Uncle Gawge, do you think my photographs do me justice?" Uncle Gawge (critically): "Tes, Emmeline; justice without mercy." ...

    Article : 29 words



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