Townsend's monthly selection of Parisian costumes

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Seite 26 - He would, upon the trial, have been soon convinced, that the fountain of content must spring up in the mind: and that he who has so little knowledge of human nature, as to seek happiness by changing any thing but his own dispositions, will waste his life in fruitless efforts, and multiply the griefs which he purposes to remove*.
Seite 37 - ... garments, It is mounted on a handsome stand. and, by means of the screw shown on the engraving, can be raised or lowered in height according to requirement. Another great advantage is the facility with which it turns round on the pivot, thus enabling the worker to fit or trim the back or front of a dress without moving from his position.
Seite 10 - ... DEVERE'S PARIS MODEL PATTERNS, Price Sixpence Each, Post Free. Comprise &Ü the Costumes, Kobos, Jackets, Pelisses, Ac., that appear in this Magazine. They are far superior to any that have hitherto been sold in England, France, or America. They are cut on new Scientific principles, by the first Parisian Modistes, and are guaranteed for good fit and style.
Seite 38 - These patterns are far snperior to any that have hitherto been sold in England, France, or America. They are cut on new Scientific principles, by the first Parisian Modistes, and are guaranteed for good fit and style. They will prove of very great advantage to all Drapers and Dressmakers, enabling them to make up with the greatest ease any Costume represented in this favorite Magazine. These Patterns will...
Seite 25 - If at any time, through accident, our subscribers snouldjlnd any pieces missing, the EDITORS will be happy to supply the deficiency, post free, during the month after publication, on receipt of a letter or post card addressed to them at 1, Kelso Place, Kensington, London, H'.
Seite 37 - ... 41, 42} and 44 inches, and to deliver them, carefully packed in a crate, and carriage free within 3 miles of Charing Cross, or at any London Railway terminus, on receipt of P.

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