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"Asnapper," The Brown Owl, by Eliza Brightwen
How Girls Can Help Workhouse Inmates, by B.C. Saward
My Life Work, by May Carden
The Royal Home for Ladies, by Frank Hird
Curry and Rice
Italian Methods of Cooking Eggs
On the Making of Porridges by Dora de Blaquière
Marmalades, by Dora de Blaquière
The Possibilities of a Leg of Mutton, by Lina Orman Cooper
Syrups for Home Use, by Dora de Blaquière
Country & Village
An Autumn Thanksgiving: The Harvest of the Sea, by Beatrice Smallfield
Notes from Our Village Green, by Barbara Marsh
Crazy China, What It Is, and How to Make It, by Dora de Blaquière
Crochet Trimmings
Envelope Albums
How I Painted a Tambourine
How to Paint Velvet in Oil Colours with a Pen, by Priscilla Harrison
The New Lace Applique, by Leirion Clifford
New Sequin Embroidery, by Leirion Clifford
A Useful Pig [Match-holder], by "Cousin Lil"
University Degrees for Women: Their History and Value, by Katherine St. John Conway
The Etiquette of Card-Leaving, by S.F.A. Caulfield
The Guest and Guest-Chamber, and Etiquette Between Guests, by S.F.A. Caulfield
On Sympathy
The Garb of Our Grandmothers
Girls' Attire: The Newest and the Best (monthly)
Winifred's Wardrobe, by Josepha Crane
Concerning Cats, by E.F. Bridell Fox
Fashions in Girls' Christian Names, by Dora de Blaquière
Rhymed Memory Aids, by Maud Morrison
Rose Legends, by William Cowan
Some Objectionable Wedding Customs
Women Workers' Songs, by Laura Alex. Smith
My London Conservatory
Rival Queens: The Tale of the Lilies, by John Allen
The Tomato: Its Origin, Cultivation and Varieties, by John Allen
1895, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
"Caught a Bit of a Chill, Perhaps", by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
The Eyes: Their Strength and Beauty, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
How to Be Merry in May, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Neglected Colds and Winter Coughs, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Preparing to Face the Winter, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
The Poetry of Motion, by Dora de Blaquière
A Relic of the Good Old Times
Some Special Points of Female Beauty, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
Useful Pastimes for Health and Pleasure, by Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N.
"A Very Ancient City and Three Fair Brides"
Archaeology for Girls, by H.W. Brewer
Romance in the Delta, by L. Edw. Steele
Christmas and Birthday Cards, by L. Fanny Rose
Brush and Comb and Nightdress Bags Made from Three Pocket Handkerchiefs, by Cousin Lil
A Corner Dressing Table
A Few Remarks on Plain Sewing
Household Routine
How We Live in London on a Pound a Week, by Lloyd Lester
A Lady in Her Inglenook
Living in Lodgings, by Josepha Crane
Some Home-Made Effects
"Spring Clean"
Notices of New Music
Andante, for the Pianoforte - music by H.R.H. The Hereditary Grand Duke of Hesse
The Blue-Eyed Maiden's Song - words by The Earl of Beaconsfield, music by H.R.H. Princess Beatrice
Eventide - words by Adelina Fermi, music by Charles Banks
Since I Was Young - words by May Probyn, music by Theodore Marzials
Song - words by Barham, music by Frank Barat
Sweet and Low - music by Tennyson, music by Lady Tennyson, arranged by Natalie Janotha
Tuning Up - words by Charles Peters, music by Natalie Janotha
Objects & Antiquities
Our Doll Competition
Gondolas, by Helen Zimmern
Recipes for Perfumes
Handel, by J.F. Rowbotham
Literary Households, by Sarah Tytler
Mozart: His Life and Influence on the Development of Pianoforte Literature, by Edgar Mills
Mrs. Henry Wood: A Memoir by Charles Wood(book review)
Women and Girls as Inventors and Discoverers, by S.F.A. Caulfield
A "Fairy" Story, by Eliza Brightwen
Tame Doves, by Eliza Brightwen
How We Did Our Living Pictures
Wilhelmina, the Little Queen of Holland
Housekeeping on the Alps, by Susan Carpenter
A Visit to a Benighted City [Tangier], by the Countess of Meath
Women's Issues
Cartoon: Contrasts
Flirts and Flirting
The Missed Mission
On the Perfecting of the Modern Girl, by A.T. Schofield, MD
Self-Modelling, by A.T. Schofield, MD
An American Woman on the English Working Girl
An Extinct Industry, by One Who Survived It
Factory Girls at Work and Play, by Lloyd Lester
Girls Who Work in the Fields: The Hop-Pickers
How to Become a Hospital Nurse
The Jersey Knitters
London Flower Girls After the Great Frost
Something About Type-Writing and Typists
A Specimen Factory Girl, by Frances Hicks
The Story of a London Factory Girls' Club, by Mary Canney
Women's Work: Its Value and Possibilities
World Cultures
The Kyah and His Cow, by M.E. Cawley
Reminiscences of Norway, by Dora de Blaquière

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