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HEWETSONS,y TOTTENHAM COURT RD.

HEWETSONS,y TOTTENHAM COURT RD.

HEWETSONS, y TOTTENHAM COURT RD. The best Furnishing Guide ever introduced. POST FREE. MODERN
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
DICKINS & JONES' SALE.

DICKINS & JONES' SALE.

Our HALF-YEARLY SALE of DRAPERY GOODS at REDUCED PRICES for Ready Money, will commence on MONDAY N E XT, February Bth. In conformity with our rule at all former Sales, the entire Stock will undergo a considerable reduction in price, and many lots of Fashionable Goods, purchased
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
THE TONIC WATER

THE TONIC WATER

specially manufactured by
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY 6, 11192.] ituoets and Court. me.*

FEBRUARY 6, 11192.] ituoets and Court. me.*

FEBRUARY 6, 11192.] and Court. T HE QUEEN'S gra c ious message of thanks addressed to the nat ion, for the universal sympathy shown to her and the Royal Family in their great trouble, has been received by her subjects with great satisfaction. On one other occasion only during her
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
Crotchets and kydrers. 4P 4P 4P @ V 4t)

Crotchets and kydrers. 4P 4P 4P @ V 4t)

Crotchets and kydrers. 4P 4P 4P @ V THERE was once a composer, I think it was Neukomm —who wrote a scena of the sea, "The sea, the sea, the open sea, the blue, the fresh, the ever free," and imported into it so much marine colouring, and made it altogether so breezy, so buoyant,
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
FBBRUANY 6, isga..

FBBRUANY 6, isga..

between us), why will you male us both so unhappy? 1 know you are not happy, Fenella! I can read it in your face; hear it' in each tone of your voice. Those were not the looks and tones that made the first years of our married life one long dream of bliss. I am supremely miserab
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
[FEBRUARY 6, dip.

[FEBRUARY 6, dip.

ber Countess it to which 7 o ! o cve had a reception A c, f a te t r B . , th ße e igra wed v d e i_n ag g a , t guests had been invited, a very large being pres e nt - Lady Bective wore stone - grey velvet, with a long train tr i ame a by ti Migs W d ake r fi o round the bottom
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
The gentlevoman.

The gentlevoman.

was the Rev. Percival Pott, ard Mr. H. Cobb attended the bridegroom as best man. The bride's mother wore a handsome and becoming gown of dark green silk and velvet, trimmed with gold, and carried a lovely bouquet of daffodils and mimosa; and the mother of the bridegroom wore a c
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
Plays and Players. 00.(Pee

Plays and Players. 00.(Pee

"The Vicar of Bray" at the Savoy. ACCORDION•PLEATED skirt-dancing is a delightful form of Terpsichorean art, and we have all loved it long at the Gaiety ; but whether it be sufficicat to make the success of a comic opera remains to be seen. Yet I wonder what the reception of "Th
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
FIBRUARY 6, 1892.]

FIBRUARY 6, 1892.]

congratulated rather than Mr. Grundy, the author, and Mr. Solomon, the composer, on any s uccess that may res u lt. Mr. R u tland Barrington was the life and soul of the piece, his Vicar being a very comic personage, and never have I heard him in such good voice. Mr. Courtice Po
06 February 1892 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England