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POSTED ARTICLES

Animals
Wonderful Birds, by Frederick Whymper
Wonderful Fish, by Frederick Whymper
Wonderful Reptiles, by Frederick Whymper
Business
Christmas in the New Hospital for Women, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Charity & Poverty
Home Improvement Societies, by Dora Hope
Medical Women for India, by Frances Hoggan, MD
Miss Rye's Girls' Homes, by the right Hon. The Marquess of Lorne
What Girls Can Do to Hush "The Bitter Cry," by Mrs. S.A. Barnett
Cooking
American Cookery, by Darley Dale
Apples, and What to Do With Them, by Phillis Browne
A Few Words About German Cookery
French Cookery Contrasted with English, by Mary Pocock
Home-Made Glaze, by Phillis Browne
Italian Cookery, by Margaret Mudie
Larding and Boning, by Phillis Browne
Preserved Provisions, by Phillis Browne
Rhubarb, by Phillis Browne
Some Swedish Dishes
Crafts
Art Needlework, by Helen Marion Burnside
Crystoleum, or Chromo-Photography, by Blanche C. Saward
How to Make Banners and Flags
Education
The Dream of Princess Ida
Education for Women at Oxford
The Physical Education of Girls, by Mrs. Wallace Arnold
Etiquette
Common Errors in Daily Life: Errors in Speech, by James Mason
Common Errors in Daily Life: Errors in Spelling, by James Mason
Common Errors in Daily Life: Errors in Taste, by James Mason
Common Errors in Daily Life: Errors in Fact, by James Mason
Common Errors in Daily Life: Errors in Thought, by James Mason
Common Errors in Daily Life: Errors in Observation, by James Mason
Etiquette in Walking, Riding and Driving, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Good Breeding: As Shown in Conversation, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Good Breeding As Shown in Giving Hospitality, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Good Breeding as Shown in Receiving Hospitality, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Good Breeding: As Shown When Traveling, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Fashion
Dress: In Season and In Reason (monthly)
Folklore
Curious Marriage Customs
Health
A Beautiful Skin, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Facts and Fallacies about Food and Physic, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
A Few Hints on Nursing for Our Girls, by a Hospital Nurse
The Human Eye and Some of Its Defects, by Albert Westland
"If I Were You" - A Further Chat with Girls Who Have Just Left School
Papers for Our Girl Sufferers, by Mary Selwood
Things that Every Girl Should Learn to Do, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Work versus Idleness, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
History
Old English Trees and What They Have Seen, by Anna Buckland
Holidays
A Happy Christmas: The Girl's Own Carol
Household
Girls' Allowances, and How to Manage Them, by Dora de Blaquière
Graduates in Housekeeping, and How They Qualified, by Dora Hope
Higher Thoughts on Housekeeping, by Alice King
Home Upholstery, by Ardern Holt
A Water Bouquet, by Lady Hope
Music
Notices of New Music
Andante Scherzoso for the Pianoforte - music by Myles Foster
The Blackbird and the Choir - words by Alice King, music by Edwin Lott
A Happy Christmas: The Girl's Own Carol
The Lord is My Shepherd - by C.E. Rawstorne
Lucy - words by Wordsworth, music by Myles Foster
Old Times - words by Edward Oxenford, music by Franz Abt
The Rose and the Dewdrop - words by Edwin Arnold, music by C.A. Macirone
Sketch for the Pianoforte - by Arthur Carnall
The Streamlet - words by M.A. Stodart, music by the Rev. R.F. Dale
True Love Never Dies - words by William Gaspey, music by Annie Nash
Nature
The Observer
Objects & Antiquities
The Aniline Colors
Pets
Horses: What All Girls Should Know About Them
Our Four-Footed Friends: Dogs, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Our Four-Footed Friends: Donkeys and Goats by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Unintentional Cruelties, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Royalty
Kingly Nicknames
A Lady in Waiting in an Imperial Palace, by Nanette Mason
Our Princess Alice
The Princesses of Wales
Travel
Our Holiday in Quimper
Women's Issues
The Ladies' Discussion Society
Woman: What Is Her Appointed Position and Work? by E.B. Leach
Work
Clerkships, by Alice King
The Duties of a Governess, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Hospital Work and Hospital Workers
Hyde House, by Anne Beale
Parish Work, by Alice King
Work for All
World Cultures
Belgian Girls, by Darley Dale
French Girls, by Anne Beale
Girl-Life in Germany, by Emma Brewer
The Ornaments Worn in Many Lands, by Ruth Lamb
Swedish Girls, by Anne Beale

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CFM = Cassell's Family Magazine GOP = Girl's Own Paper ILA = Illustrated London Almanack S = The Strand
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