For Sale is an Issue of "The Lady," A Journal for Gentlewomen. June 22nd 1893.
Condition of the Print is Very Good, Rusty Staples have been removed to protect the Paper, and the covers are present but in a Tatty Condition. This is a Lovely Magazine for those interested in Fashion. Magazine comes with 8 Pages, 16 Sides of Adverts.
Articles. 1- Social Notes.
2- Weddings. a- Rev. Francis Edward Pitman to Myra Amy Florence Clarkson.
4- The Royal Wedding.
5- Tourist Department.
6- The Eve of St. John.
7- Home Dressmaking. a- Fashions for Summer. b- Capes and Bodices. c- Lace Capes and Mantles. d- Fashions for Children.
8- West Country Customs.
9- Messrs. Redmayne and Co.
10- The Second Resting-Place in the East-End. Written by the Countess De La Warr.
11- A Gem From The East. Chapter XXII. & Chapter XXIII. Written by Bourton Marshall.
12- New Millinery. (Messrs. Russell.)
13- The Lady in Paris. 10th June 1893.
14- The Costume of the Day.
15- Tailor-Made Costumes.
17- At Buszard's. (Messrs. W.G. Buszard, Oxford Street.)
18- Messrs. A. Stephens and Co. (Artistic Costumes.)
19- Harold Armstrong's Wife. (Story.)
20- Our Young Peoples Page. Edited by Ladt Amethyst.
22- The Future of Marriage.
23- The Leamington Meeting. (Archery)
24- The Opera, at Covent Garden. (Bizet's "Djamileh.")