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Victorian Times Quarterly #4
- Easter Eggs (The Strand, 1897)
- A look at some novel Victorian Easter Eggs, including the world's largest Easter Egg, dressy eggs and international eggs.
- Easter Eggs (GOP, 1887)
- Tips on dyeing and painting Victorian Easter eggs.
- Jack: My Fox Terrier (GOP, 1894)
- A charming story of a delightful dog.
- Railway Travel in Comfort and Safety (CFM, 1885)
- Don't let the jolting of the rails concuss, stupefy and stultify your brain!
- My School Days, Part 4 (GOP, 1897)
- Get up close and personal with famous children's author E. Nesbit as she recalls her own childhood in this charming 12-part serial!
- Chronicles of an Anglo-Californian Ranch, Part 5 (GOP, 1899)
- A British family sallies forth into the New World to seek its fortune in southern California, not far from the "busy and enterprising town of Los Angeles." Hard work, they find!
- Some Foreign Sauces (GOP, 1901)
- Delicious continental recipes for Orange Sauce, Mustard Sauce, Italian Sauce, Tomato Sauce, Olive Sauce, Vinaigrettes and more!
- How to Embroider in Crewels, Part 2 (GOP, 1880)
- More beautiful patterns for this classic form of embroidery.
- How I Got My Telephone for Nothing: An Experience (CFM, 1885)
- The novelty here is what was considered a new and novel idea in 1885!
- A Book-Emblem Supper (GOP, 1900)
- How to prepare a feast based on literary themes.
- Hints on an Inexpensive Trousseau (GOP, 1891)
- How to prepare your entire wardrobe for married life, with a complete list of what each item will cost! The article is followed with a commentary from a reader who has more cost estimates to suggest.
- Domestic Changes in the Last 50 Years (GOP, 1887)
- A look at some time-saving and labor-saving devices, such as the sewing machine...
- Recipes for April (GOP, 1896)
- Soups and salads are en vogue in this selection. Soups include watercress, tomato, sorrel, and cucumber; salads include carrot, watermelon, corn, dandelion, potato, and sardine. There's also an interesting recipe for stuffed cucumbers!
- Country Customs for April: Angling (ILA, 1849)
- A look at April Fool's Day (yes, it was practiced back in 1849), and the beginning of the fishing season.
- Social Lectures: On Swells (CFM, 1874)
- Whether you prefer to call them swells, bloods or dandies, this tongue-in-cheek article explains how to become one if you aren't "born" one.
- Maxims for Parents (Chatterbox, 1889)
- These parenting tips are as wise today as they were more than 100 years ago.
- Girls as Visitors (GOP, 1900)
- On the social niceties of being a thoughtful (and therefore welcome) guest.
- Odds and Ends (GOP, 1895)
- A fascinating round-up of news, notes and trivia from around the Victorian world.
- Redbreast's Ride
- The Month of April