The Lady. (A Journal for Gentlewomen.) December 22nd, 1898.
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For Sale is an Issue of "The Lady," (A Journal for Gentlewomen) December 22nd, 1898. Showing many Fashion Drawins. Condition of the Print is Very Good. Front Cover is present, with rear cover missing. Rusty Staples removed to protect the Paper.
Articles. 1- Social Notes.
2- Charing Cross Hospital.
3- Notes from Scotland. Written by Lady Macbeth. a- Glasgow. b- Edinburgh. c- Forfar.
4- Far and Near. Written by The Roamer.
5- The Victoria Club. (Improvements)
6- Weddings. a- Lucy Countess of Egmont to Mr. Alfred Brisco. b- Miss Ethel Houston to Mr. Roscoe Brunner. c- The Hon. Mabel Parnell to Mr. Henry Hopkinson. d- Miss Evangeline Mary Challice to Dr. Meredith Milton Townsend. e- The Hon. Bertha Lopes to Mr. Charles Bathurst.
7- Sports and Pastime.
8- Musical Notes.
9- Novelties in Fans.
10- Dainty Evening Toilettes.
12- The Week Before Christmas at Drury Lane.
13- Christmas Ghosts.
14- Choice Blouses and Fans at Corke's
15- New Models For Outdoor Wear. Written by Heloise.
16- "The Lady" Debating Club. What is the Noblest Ideal of Life? Written by Sir Edward Russell, Lady Jeune, The Hon. Mrs. Maclagan, Aimee Beringer (Miss Oscar Beringer), Fred Wishaw, and Percy Cross Standing.
18- A Fancy Dress Costume. The Anglo-American Alliance. Written by Heloise.
19- The Christmas Holidays. A Suggestion.
20- Talks on Health. By Myrene. - Headaches.
21- Sailings in South Eastern Seas (To Be Concluded)
22- Christmas in Rome.
23- Household Management. a- A Lesson in Economy.-1
24- An Evening Toilette. Written by Heloise.
25- Fleeting Fancies. Written by Pauline.
26- A Poor Relation. By Miss Mary Hancocck. (Short Story)
27- Where to Live. Written by Moira.
28- An Exhibition Of Venetian Art.
29- Dainty Evening Shoes at Kelsey's
30- A Strange Santa Claus. Written by The Rev. J. Hudson, M.A.
31- Home Dress Making. - A Useful Evening Wrap.
32- A New Walking Skirt.
33- An Evening Gown.
34- Smart Gown for a Wedding.
35- Artistic Hairdressing.
36- Inexpensive Walking Costumes.
37- "The Lady" Acrostics.
38- At The Play.
39- The Domestic Servant Question.
40- Christmas Appeals.
41- More Books for Young People.
42- What To Sing And Play. Written by "Scala."
43- "The Lady" Literary Society. Written by Hypatia.
44- Our Young People's Page. Conducted by the Lady Amethyst.