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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 104.]
1. A SHORT dress of spotted India muslin, with puckered sleeves, and the front richly ornamented with silver trimming and lace; over the dress a Persian robe of rich figured amber sarcenet, made without sleeves, and loose from the shoulders. Turban, head-dress of crimson velvet, incircled with an Indian handkerchief, or a rolleau of silver muslin; girdle and armlets of gold, studded with cornelian or rubies. White shoes and gloves.
2. A short train dress of worked muslin, with lace sleeves, tied round the waist with a narrow satin ribbon, in a bow on the right side and long ends. Head-dress, a small cap of white satin and lace, with a plaited front, edged with silver. Blue figured sarcenet scarf. White gloves and shoes.
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