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a low deeply pointed corsage, trimmed with a first is a small round shape of tulle de Bruxelles, berthe composed of four rows of point d'Alençon; with a full border of Valenciennes lace, sur. it covers the short tight sleeve, and is ornamented mounted by a band of crimson ribbon, termiwith a bouquet of white roses and their foliage nating in knots and coques at the sides. A very in the centre. The skirt is trimmed from the full cluster of coques is placed in the interior waist with a succession of lace flounces, and on the left side ; long floating ends stream from ornamented with a wreath of white roses dis- it over the shoulder. The cazaweck is black posed en tablier on each side from the point of velvet, very full trimmed with black lace. the waist. Coiffure à la Montespan; the hair is disposed in short curls on the forehead, a No. 5. MORNING VISITING DRES:.- Green profusion of ringlets at the sides, and a knot robe. Satin deini-pelisse of a lighter shade, formed of a plaited braid behind; it is decorated made quite high, with a close fitting shoulder with a bandeau of pearls, in which tufts of green piece, from whence it descends full at the back velvet leaves are placed at the sides.
and sides, and easy in front; each front is
trimmed with a revers bordered with ribbon è la SECOND PLATE
viellc. A pelerine, covered by a very deep fall
of black lace, is headed by ribbon, which also Demi-TOILETTE.-Pink satin robe; a high
surmounts a deep fall of lace at the bottom. corsage, quite high at the top, closing at the
Sleeves a three-quarter length. Black satin throat, but opening immediately below it, so as
chapeau, lined with white, and trimmed in the fully to display the embroidery on the breast of
interior with blonde in the cap style, and white a muslin chemisette : the opening is bordered
brides : the exterior with black ribbon only. with lace laid on flat, and descending nearly to the waist; the corsage is deeply pointed, and from the point to the bottom a succession of bouillons bordered with lace are let in. Long
TO CORRESPONDENTS. tight sleeves open to the elbow; the opening trimmed with lace; embroidered muslin ones protrude through it. Pink satin chapeau : a round shape; the interior very full trimmed with white roses and pink brides : the exterior Communications to be addressed to the Office, with draperies of the material of the chapeau
24, Norfolk-street, Strand, where all business edged with lace. Ermine mantelet écharpe of al is transacted. large size, lined with white satin.
Public PROMENADE Dress.-Robe of one of the new grey winter silks, watered and striped;
| We are sorry to decline the verses of MINNIE a close corsave. Long tight sleeves, just short and regret that from an accident her packet bis enough to display the bouillon of the cambric been thus long unacknowledged. under-sleeve. The entire front of the corsage and skirt is trimmed with brandebourgs of al ACCEPTED : “Gold Pen;" Lizzie W.; Viola, large size, and a new pattern. Dark blue velvet | also “ Alone;" but the other pieces by the same chapeau ; a round moderately open shape; the author are declined with thanks. interior trimmed with lace and brides a little lighter than the chapeau : the exterior with vel- DECLINED, with thanks : “ The Child's Appe vet, and a drooping fancy feather. Paletot of -in some measure because we suspect it has het rich twilled silk, a full shade of red, lined with already published: vet, under other circumstancás gros de Naples to correspond. Long loose
se it scarcely reaches our standard. sleeves, with deep cuffs trimmed with sable fur: the fronts and bottom of the paletot are also
CHARLES will do better by-and-bye. We mtu trimmed with sable. Muff to correspond.
commend him not to offer his verses for publication
until time shall have improved his talents and judi Halr-Length FIGURES.
No. 3. EVENING COIFFURE AND Pardes- Reviews of the poems of “ Victoria Grove," al SUS.-Petit bord of ruby velvet of a new form,“ Legends and Recollections of Mona," and notiek for which we refer to our plate, and rather larger of “ The Family Economist,” &c., &c., are nicithan usual; it is trimmed with white plumes voidably postponed. spotted with black. Blue satin pardessus composed of two falls; the upper part moderately wide, and cut in such a manner as to supply the place of a sleeve; the lower part deeply pointed ; each is trimmed with a fall of black lace. A very
Office, No. 24, Norfolk-street, Strand. Sold W deep full fall of lace forms a pelerine.
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