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The Gentlewoman.

The Gentlewoman.

23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
The gentlevoman.

The gentlevoman.

APRIL 21 1898'3 Jack let her go, his eyes wandering to his Gladstone b a g. The money entrusted to him was locked up in a little in it. " Minnie," he said abruptly, "you won't be staying in this room all the time. Be careful when you go down•tairs to lock the door. It doesn't do
23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
Gentlewomen at Home. *** * o * No. CCCXXIV.—The Hereditary Grand Duchess of Oldenburg at Oldenburg.

Gentlewomen at Home. *** * o * No. CCCXXIV.—The Hereditary Grand Duchess of Oldenburg at Oldenburg.

Hereditary Grand Duchess of Oldenburg has passed through a time of great sorrow and happii -- during the first year of her married life, the sorrow Mg been caused by the tragic death of her favourite hit n'er, the late Duke Friedrich-Wilhelm of Mecklenhur•Schwerin, who was drown
23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 

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•99 0 • Ladles who way desire to have their rooms charmingly decorated with flowers, their dinner-tables artistically set out, flowers arranged or kept in order, wreaths, bouquets, &c., made, will be glad to hear of Miss Edith Webster, of to, Paik-side, Knightsbridge, who makes a
23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
The Prize Criticism.

The Prize Criticism.

DEAR GENTLEwomAN,—Without doubt I disapprove of smoking carriages for ladies. Ladies have not yet arrived at that state when they must yield to smoking at all times of the day, and by giving them carriages to smoke in when they go on a journey would only be encouraging them to a
23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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The Seavemir of "Trelaway of Ike ' Wells " is a charming memento of Mr. Pinern's quaint and charming play. I have read Mr. Malcolm C. Salaman's description of the crinoline period, and of the theatrical life of that period with much interest. "Trelawny of the ' Wells ' " is pre-
23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
uncle, the Earl of Aylesford, was attended by Master Alec Murray, nephew of the bridegroom, in Highland as train-bearer. The

uncle, the Earl of Aylesford, was attended by Master Alec Murray, nephew of the bridegroom, in Highland as train-bearer. The

wedding dress was of ivory satin, embroidered in silver, with Brussels lace and Court tram entirely covered with orange blossom; the veil of Brussels lace was worn over a coronet of flowers. The bridesmaids were her sister, Lady Alexandra Finch ; her cousins, Lady Violet Finch a
23 April 1898 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England