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Old Stone Signs of London (The Strand, 1891)
In the 17th century, houses, inns and pubs were often identified by stone signs set into their walls.
A Wet Day in London (CFM, 1888)
A soggy day in London town... and the people one meets on the omnibus!
Sauces, and How to Make Them (GOP, 1898)
Including Shrimp Sauce, Lobster Sauce, Oyster Sauce, Lemon Sauce and many others!
Flowers in History, Part 5 (GOP, 1889)
This installment goes from "M" to "O" with Marigolds, Myrtle, Mistletoe, Olive and Orange Blossom.
Chance Glimpses of Nature (GOP, 1895)
Eliza Brightwen's observations of the wild creatures in her neighborhood - including a rat diligently robbing the squirrels of their store of nuts, much to their dismay!
Fashionable Costumes of Long Ago (GOP, 1880)
A beautifully illustrated look at lady's fashions from the Middle Ages to the Victorian Age.
Outline Embroidery (GOP, 1880)
Elegant embroidery patterns that would be just as charming in your home today as they were over 100 years ago.
Advertising Swindles (GOP, 1887)
Apparently bogus "earn money by working at home" offers are nothing new!
Concerning Cats (GOP, 1895)
A look at some of the folklore surrounding our beloved puss.
Recipes for November (GOP, 1896)
This month offers us Savoury Sandwiches, Italian Meat Cakes, Cauliflower Au Gratin, Macaroni and Tomatoes, Beef and Kidney, and more.
Bits About Animals (GOP, 1881)
A keen-scented dog; Grey Polly the parrot.
Fireside Life (ILA, 1855)
A glimpse of English country home life.
Eccentric Ideas (The Strand, 1895)
Odd inventions are nothing new; these Victorian inventors suggested such novelties as a hat that would repel falling bricks; another that would expand into a sort of umbrella; and moats to deter burglars from entering city homes and shops.
Creams (GOP, 1882)
A mouthwatering selection of recipes for creams, custards, and gelatines.
Etiquette for All Classes (GOP, 1882)
Etiquette "denotes the whole collection of laws by which, in all countries... 'polite society' is inexorably governed... certain rules which may appear very trifling are the natural offspring of the highest and noblest feelings."
Odds and Ends (GOP, 1895)
A fascinating round-up of news, notes and trivia from around the Victorian world.
Poetry
A Woman's Plea
Do What You Can
A Winter Picture
The Month of November

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AM = Atlantic Monthly C = Century Magazine D = Demorest's Monthly Magazine G = Godey's Lady's Book H = Harper's Monthly
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