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The Lady's Magazine, or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated solely to their Use and Amusement, 1810
Volume XLI for the Year 1810London: G. Robinson, No. 25, Paternoster Row.
[Scan and text courtesy of Ko Oosterwijk; text is on page 56.]
1. A DRESS of fine worked or plain muslin, with a short train; over the dress is a vest of crimson, buttoned down the front with small gold buttons. The front and sleeves are intermixed with white satin, and the dress is edged round with a narrow gold plating. Head-dress a coronet cap of crimson velvet, turned up in front with an embroidery of gold lace. Ear-rings and necklace of cornelian and gold. White gloves and crimson shoes.
2. Dress of soft white sarcenet, edged round the bottom with silver cord; over the dress is a body of blue satin, terminating behind in two points; the back and sleeves are cut out in points, and the whole ornamented with silver cord. Head-dress a small blue satin cap with square corners trimmed with silver-lace and tassels, and ornamented in front with a silver spray. Necklace and ear-rings of pearl. White gloves and blue shoes.
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