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The Largest Churches in Europe, by H.W. Brewer
The Rights and Obligations of Parents and Children, by C. Page Deane
Charity & Poverty
How We Managed Our Girls Guild
In India with Medical Missionaries, by the Hon. Emily Kinnaird
The Invalid Children's Aid Association, by W. Lawrence Liston
On Being a "Visiting Lady"
The Children's Day, by The Rev. Henry Bradley, MA
How to Amuse Children
Blackberries, and How to Use Them, by Phillis Browne
Candies and Sweeties Made at Home, by Phillis Browne
Cheap and Pretty Sweets
A Cup of Chocolate, by Sophia F.A. Caulfield
Home-Made Ices, by Phillis Browne
Madge Vaughan's First Dinner Party, by C.E.C. Weigall
Potatoes, by A.G. Payne
Art Needlework, by Helen Marion Burnside
How to Carve, and What to Carve, by Horace Townsend
Some Embroidery Stitches, by Mrs. J.H. Nicolson Shearman
A Collegiate "At Home", by Anne Beale
How to Obtain Kindergarten Certificates
A Ladies' Studio - Paris
Thoughts on the Higher Education of Women, by A Man
Deportment, by An Artist
Polite Answers to Impertinent Questions, by Ada Heather-Bigg
The Privileges of Poverty, by a Middle-Aged Woman
Your Money or Your Life, by C.M. Finn
A Child's Dress Made Out of a Yard of Print...
Dress: In Season and In Reason (monthly)
Hints on an Inexpensive Trousseau, by Aunt Margaret
Recent Ideas on Dress Reform, by The Lady Dressmaker
A Servant's Wedding Outfit, by Maude Robinson
Meadow-Sweet, by James Mason
"A Fellow-Feeling Makes Us Wondrous Kind", by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Health and the Toilet, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Health for Tropical Travelers, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
O'er the Seas and Far Away, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
The Olfactory Nerve by Isabel Robson
Pain: A Friend and Not a Foe, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
What to Do When June Comes, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
"When'er You Feel Lazy You're Ill", by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
"Where There's a Will There's a Way", by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
"With the Best Intentions in the World", by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Black and White Heroism: Stories from the Abolition Crusade, by Ascott R. Hope
Christian Art in the 5th Century
Perpetua and Felicitas
Christmas in Norway
How to Furnish a Drawing Room for 18 Guineas, by Florence Caddy
The Empty Grate, and What to Put In It, by M.A. Whitby
Sloane Gardens House, by Anne Beale
Notices of New Music
Allegretto Giojoso for the Pianoforte or American Organ - music by Myles Foster
Andante Pastorale, for the Pianoforte or American Organ - music by Myles Foster
Blest as the Immortal Gods - words by Sappho, music by C.A. Macirone
Edelweiss (dedicated to Madame Schumann) - music by Natalie Janotha
An Idyl - words and music by the Countess of Munster
Mille Amities - music by George Bennett
Minuet and Musette - music by H.A.J. Campbell
The Out-Bound Bark - words by Albert Drinkwater, music by Gordon Saunders
Summer Song - music by Cecile Hartog
Think Upon Me - words from Neh. V. 19, music by C.A. Macirone
With the Tide: Holiday Duet for the Pianoforte - music by Myles Foster
Notes by an Artist-Naturalist, by Fred Miller
Objects & Antiquities
The Carved Woodwork of Brittany, by Helen Marion Burnside
Lampiana: An Idyll of Lamps and Shades, by Dora de Blaquière
Lavender and Roses: A Village Industry, by Fanny L. Green
Spanish, Greek, Maltese, Russian and Polish Laces; Irish Laces; English Laces by Mrs. Ernest Hart
Dorothy Osborne, by Alice King
Kate Marsden, and Her Mission to Russia and Siberia, by Emma Brewer
An Old Scottish Heroine, by Agnes Hannay
The Recreations of Eminent Women, by William Cowan
A Right Noble Lady [Anne Clifford], by E. Walford
A Romance in the Noble House of Brandon, by E. Walford
Sobriquets of Artists, or, the Real Names of Italian Painters
Autograph Collecting for Girls
Girls at Hockey
How to Drive, by Evelyn
Invalid Amusements: Sofa Gardening
Stool-Ball, and How to Play It
Wedding "At Homes" for People of Small Incomes, by C.E.C. Weigall
Campiana, by Gordon R. Stables
A Day in the "Rains" in Assam
From Aden to Sydney, by W. Lawrence Liston
Life in the Colonies, by Adelaide Ross
In the Nordland, by Thomas B. Willson
Our Highland Holiday, by Emma Brewer
A Voyage for Health, by W. Lawrence Liston
The Married Women's Property Act, by A Solicitor
Some Types of Girlhood, or, Our Juvenile Spinsters, by S.F.A. Caulfield
Artificial Hatching, by A. Lockart
Cheese and Butter Schools for Girls, by Fanny Green
The Emancipation of Seamstresses, by Anne Beale
The Governess Difficulty, by S.F.A. Caulfield
A New Career for Women, by A.T. Schofield
A New Industry for Gentlewomen
Young Women as Journalists
The Berbers of Kabylia
Christmas in Norway
French Girls and Their Mothers, by Isabel Robson
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