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LADY DISDAIN. Drawn by F. MARKHAM SKIPWORTH y i' •

LADY DISDAIN. Drawn by F. MARKHAM SKIPWORTH y i' •

18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
THE GARDEN. By DONALD McDONALD. F.L.S. --1-- IF NO SKRIOI*B or unforeseen along° of weather now take. place, the foliago

THE GARDEN. By DONALD McDONALD. F.L.S. --1-- IF NO SKRIOI*B or unforeseen along° of weather now take. place, the foliago

has every appearance of being fully developed and strong. Fruit tree blossoms, both on walls and st andardis, are looking well. There is work in plenty for the observant and thoughtful gardener; it is a time alien the last traces of winter should :tailored from garden grounds, f
18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
THE Co

THE Co

-his beading note of China, Engravings generally.• and we Interested In u be in, , erted Hpprork ENGLISH SALT•GLI ALREADY WRITT eglish salt-glace ware t *at the reader and plunge at .•Xpiinat.Cry varion- ~t licks of what is genet the coffee pets, wh of all the example.' are the
18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
Nu. 2.-MADIPAS MUSLIN WITH OVBNWORE 1:1831.

Nu. 2.-MADIPAS MUSLIN WITH OVBNWORE 1:1831.

Nu. 2.-MADIPAS MUSLIN WITH OVBNWORE trimmings, curtain tapes, and all these odds and ends Of kincli• I description for which titer* ts such incessant demmd at moon of renovations, and of which. as of the carpets, furnitur , &0., full descriptions are given in the illustrated cata
18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
18, 1908.

18, 1908.

18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
adjoining Giggleswick and districts are particularly rich in interesting doorways. In Settle there are two small panels let into the

adjoining Giggleswick and districts are particularly rich in interesting doorways. In Settle there are two small panels let into the

walls of which read "R MB C 1616 . " and P. L. 1611 " respectively. door lintels of very varied ii 'sign reading: "1663 R A "1¢64 I W E," "C TT; E T 1671." " 1671 I R,” 16188 W. S. ' and • 1692 "—nothing e-trlier than or as late as I;iggleswiek also has ninny very interesting do
18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
BOOKS OF THE WEEK.

BOOKS OF THE WEEK.

OUR FIRST AMBASSADOR TO CHINA.' THIS IS A BOOK ABOUT one of a class belonging more to the days of Henry VIII. or Elizabeth than the eighteenth century in which ho lived; that of a young man of family and notable physical gifts chosen for this reason for diplomatic employ. We are
18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
18, 1908.

18, 1908.

18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
Tea Sr Gnounan, Rencsomo.

Tea Sr Gnounan, Rencsomo.

Tea Sr Rencsomo. found her tyrtuinical lords weny au ay busy lighting. it Isrew uhf I heir yoke and declared it self a free and Hole',rodent little pabl iv. 'flat. 11f Wan not Haag allow ill to endure; but the Ilrisoseglowe, haring shown the NI of which they were math.. were glad
18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
I Menlo. NAIR Dye Mies we. Wove Lee, I. C.ty Reed, Leeds., ILO.

I Menlo. NAIR Dye Mies we. Wove Lee, I. C.ty Reed, Leeds., ILO.

18 April 1908 - The Queen - London, London, England