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POSTED ARTICLES

Animals
Our Wild Creatures, by A Naturalist
Snakes, Toads, and Other Alarming Creatures, by Darley Dale
Business
Landlord and Tenant, by Mary Pocock
Charity & Poverty
St. Bernards of Brighton
Childcarer
Knitted Dress for Baby
Red Letter Days
Cooking
Home-Made Sweetmeats, by Edith Brodie
New Salads Made with Tinned Novelties
Savouries
Spanish Cookery
Crafts
Art Needlework, by Helen Marion Burnside
The Camera, the Lantern and the Microscope, by J. Pocock
Fretwork, by J. Pocock
Motives from Old Japanese Embroideries for English Needleworkers, by Gleeson White
Photographic Knick-Knacks
Education
The London Society for the Extension of University Teaching
The Summer Meeting at Oxford
Etiquette
Punctuality
Fashion
Dress: In Season and In Reason (monthly)
The Costumes of Hospital Nurses
A Danish Society for "The Promotion of Simplicity and Modesty in Dress"
On the Purchase of Outfits for India and the Colonies, by Dora de Blaquière
Folklore
English Surnames
The Pronunciation of Proper Names
Gardening
A Garden of Gillyflowers, by James Mason
Health
About Personal Appearance, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
A Bundle of Nerves, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
By Mountain, Stream or Sea, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Health, Strength and Beauty, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Home Hints in Illness
Is Beauty Evanescent?, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
"Shall I Ever Get Well, I Wonder?", by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
What to Do for Nervous Pains, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
"Why Am I So Pale?", by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
History
Curiosities of Food and Feeding, by James Mason
Petrie's Discoveries in the Fayum Region, Egypt
A Romance in the Ducal House of Athole, by Edward Walford
Tales of Great Families, by Edward Walford
Household
Cheap and Pretty
Old Tins and Their Uses
Passing Rich with 40 Pounds a Year
London
Christmas Day in a London Hospital
The Popular Concerts
Music
Allegro - music by H.A.J. Campbell
Cradle Song - words from Blake's "Songs of Innocence," music by Mrs. Tom Taylor
The Exiles - words by Dora Gillespie, music by Suchet Champion
Faithful - words by Mary Cowden Clark, music by C.A. Macirone
Mary Morison - words by Robert Burns, music by George Bennett
My Love Is Near! - words by Mabel Parsons, music by Rosalind Frances Ellicott
A Retrospect - music by Myles Foster
Romance, for Violin with Pianoforte Accompaniment - music by Myles Foster
Shine Out, Stars - words by T. Moore, music by R. Thorley Brown
The Songs of Tyrol - by the Rev. John Kelly
Sorrow - music by Fanny Petrie
See! The Swallows Circle O'er Us - words by Edward Oxenford, music by Franz Abt
Three "Album Leaves" - music by Myles Foster
Objects & Antiquities
Eau de Cologne
Lace, by Mrs. Ernest Hart
People
In Darkness and Silence
The Diary of the Early Artistic Days of Natalie Janotha, by Her Mother
The Little Mother
Memories, by E.F. Bridell-Fox
Mother Bickerdyke, by Phyllis Browne
A Noble Sister of Charity: Lettice, Lady Falkland
Women's Noms de Plume, by Dora de Blaquière
Pets
Doves' Down, or, Pigeon Life, by Emma Brewer
A Girl's Own Apiary
Pheasants and Their Maladies, by La Baronne H. de Boerio
Recreation
Ladies' Golf
Tobogganing, by Richard Patterson
Royalty
The Empress Augusta [of Prussia]: A Sketch of Her Life and Work, by the Countess A. von Bothmer
Romantic Wooings and Weddings of Royal Personages, by Anne Hathaway
Travel
Mary Aylmer, or, Ranch Life in British Columbia
The Castle of Clêve and "The Magic Swan", by H.W. Brewer
On the Italian Riviera - Ospedaletti
Persian Sketches
Some Moorish Tea-Parties
A Week in Paris for Six Pounds, by Evelyn Upton
Women's Issues
The Girls of Today, by A Templar
Our Girls Wedded, by J. Rogers Rees
Professional Mens' Wives
Woman - A Man's Ideal, by J. Rogers Rees
Women's Clubs in London, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Work
Eggs and Chickens in Midwinter, by Theo
Music Among the Working Girls of London, by A.M. Wakefield
The Vocations of Men and Women, by the Rev. Dr. Tremlett
World Cultures
German Women: Their Infancy, Girlhood and Married Life, by the Countess A. Von Bothmer
Japanese Girls, by Darley Dale
Ragnhild: A Story of Norwegian Peasant Life, by Fru Alhed Schou

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