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The Lady's Magazine, or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated solely to their Use and Amusement, 1809
Volume XL for the Year 1809London: G. Robinson, No. 25, Paternoster Row.
[Text is on page 72.]
1. A short dress of purple velvet or kerseymere, ornamented in front with a rich stomacher, and seams, embroidered with gold; bottom of the dress ornamented in a similar mammer, or with a rich lace. Spanish hat of the same materials, edged with points of gold lace or embroidery, and long white swansdown or ostrich feather. [on the right of plate]
2. A full dress of soft white crape, richly ornamented with silver; the back made in three seams, laced with silver, and stomacher front the dress, worn over white satin. A dress cap of crimson velvet, confined across with bands of silver lace, ornamented in front with a demi wreath of yellow roses; pearl necklace; white kid shoes and gloves.
[Text is on page 129.]
1. A SHORT round dress of rich white satin, bordered round the bottom with silver lace; over the dress a short vest crape, richly spotted with silver, and terminating in deep points, to each of which is suspended a small silver tassel.
[Text is on page 168.]
1. A DRESS of plain India muslin, bordered in needlework round the bottom, over which is a tunic of sky blue crape fastened on the right shoulder with a rich gold brocade, and tied under the left arm with bows of narrow ribband.
1. A short pelisse of colored sarcenet without sleeeves and open at the sides, but drawn together at equal distances with a small raised silk button, and trimmed round the bottom with a silk fringe to match.
(With an Engraving, elegantly coloured.)
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1. A LONG train dress of white muslin; elegantly embroidered round the bottom in a border of gold thread; stomacher and sleeves to correspond; yellow crape turban, worked in silver, silk scarff [sic]; yellow shoes and gloves.
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