The Ladies' Pocket Magazine, July 1824

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The Ladies' Pocket Magazine (1824)

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[From page 32] WALKING DRESS.--Round dress of fine India muslin, with one broad flounce, richly embroidered, and surmounted by muslin bouilloné.

BALL OR EVENING DRESS. --Frock of white gauze or [from page 33] tulle worn over celestial blue; the frock ornamented with crape ornaments, aux tirebouchons, entwined with white silk floize trimming: this crape trimming is placed in sepentine waves, and as they turn, bunches of roses are alternately placed in the vacancies.

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