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POSTED ARTICLES

America
A Gossip on the Recent Poetry of America, by Gleeson White
Our American Sale, and How We Worked It
Animals
Bird Life... by A Naturalist
The Debt We Owe to Birds and Beasts, by Gordon R. Stables
Architecture
Interesting Monuments of Distinguished Women, by H.W. Brewer
Charity & Poverty
A Letter of Thanks
Our Little Children, by Emma Brewer
Cooking
How Thoughtless Men Are!
Crafts
Art Needlework, by Helen Marion Burnside
A Gossip on Portfolios: How to Make and Adorn Them, by Gleeson White
Our Art Needlework Competition
A Very Pretty and Inexpensive Quilt
Education
Ascension [Graduation] Day at St. John's Servants School, by Anne Beale
A Lance for the Lily
A London Art School, by Sophie Turney
A Perplexed Mother
Sloyd
Etiquette
On the Art of "Putting Things Well," by Ada Heather-Bigg
Why Personal Remarks Are to Be Avoided, by Ada Heather-Bigg
Fashion
Dress: In Season and In Reason (monthly)
What Should We Afford for Dress? by Dora de Blaquière
Folklore
Cinderella's Ancestor, by Emma Brewer
Flowers in History, by Sophia F.A. Caulfield
An Old Hackney Ghost Story, by Mrs. G.L. Banks
The Romance of Nature, by James Mason
Gardening
Old-Fashioned Gardens, by Fred Miller
Health
Before and Behind the Counter, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Christmas Comes but Once a Year,, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Hints About Housekeeping, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Literature for the Blind, by Alice King
Remove the Cause, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
It's Strange, But It's True, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
What Summer May Do for the Invalid, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
History
Eyam and Its Memorable Woe, by H.W. Brewer
The Ladies of the Olden Times, by S.F.A. Caulfield
The Three Citizen Brides of Augsburg
Three Worthies of Bettws-y-Coed, by Edward Walford
Holidays
Christmas Parties, by T.F. Thiselton Dyer
Professor Ruskin's May-Day Festival, by the Rev. J.P. Faunthorpe
In Vesture White: A Song and Chorale for Christmastide
London
The Mary Wardell Convalescent Home for Scarlet Fever, by Anne Beale
Music
Notices of New Music
The Better Light - words by Mrs. Payne-Smith, music by the Rev. W.J. Foxell
A Blossom that Never Dies - words by Caroline Radford, music by Cecile S. Hartog
The Burden of the Wind - words by Lady Elliot, music by Ernst Helmer
Good Night! (A Serenade) - words by Sarah Doudney, music by Myles Foster
Mazurka in C Minor - music by Ethel Boyce
Old Memories - words by Arthur Burchett, music by Charles Vincent
Prelude - music by H.A.J. Campbell
Sunday Song - music by C.A. Macirone
Those Silv'ry Sounds - words by Gertrude Harraden, music by Ethel Harraden
Oh, Why Not Be Happy? - words by Victor Hugo, music by A.C. MacKenzie
Withered Flowers - words from the German of W. Muller, music by H.A.J. Campbell
Nature
Among the Wildflowers, by Gordon Stables
Flowers of the Oberland
Objects & Antiquities
How the World Is Provided with Sweets and Bonbons
Violins and Mittenwald, by Emma Brewer
People
A Beautiful Old Lady - Madame Andre Walther
Love-Serve: A Few Recollections Inspired by the Name of Mary Cowden-Clarke, by C.A. Macirone
Mrs. Hemans, by Alice King
Richard Jefferies
Recreation
A Girls' Cricket Club, by Its Secretary
Travel
The Campo Santo at Pisa
A Girls' Tour in Brittany
My Life in Jerusalem, by Constance M. Finn
Women's Issues
Crying for the Moon, by a Middle-Aged Woman
Work
How Working Girls Live in London, by Nanette Mason
Pheasants
Poultry Keeping: A Recreation and Source of Income for Girls, by Theo
The Silk Industry in Ireland and America, by Dora de Blaquière

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