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It is composed of rose-coloured Domna Maria gauze, over satin to correspond. The corsage, cut very low, is disposed folds round the upper part of the bust. Those behind are arranged in a straight line across; those in front are disposed: demi Cour. The corsage is bordered with narrow blond lace, which stands up round the bust. Bouffant sleeve, very much puffed out on the shoulder. The skirt is trimmed with three bands of iris velvet, each edged on one side with blond lace, set on plain. The hair is parted on the forehead, and disposed in loose full curls, which hang as low as the throat. The hind hair is platted, and forms a demi Grecian knot, which is ornamented with three fun damask roses placed behind. Tho ear-rings, bracelets, and neck-chain are of bright gold, finely chased. - .
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It is of terre de Pologne gros de Naples. The corsage is cut low, plain behind, and in crosséd drapery in front. Long Sleeves, slashed in the Spanish style at the upper part; the slashes are edged with blue satin, and trimmed with nouds de Page of blue riband shot with white, which protrude through them. The chemisette is of tulle ; it comes very high in front, and is bordered with blond lace. The cap is composed of blond lace; the trimming of the front turns back partially, and is intermingled with knots of blue gauze riband. The caul is of the capote shape, and ornamented with a blond lace drapery. The infant's dress is of cambric, richly embroidered round the bust, and the border of the skirt. The sashtand sleeve-knots are of green figured jband, and the cap of English lace. -- - o THE MINDs To a Jowess of Arrona, o, by thowas caurusul. Oh, Judith had our lot been cast In that remote and simple time,
By chart. Es swain.
Or yellow moonlight's welcome cool,
Whose lonely notes float feebly on the wind, .*& when shepherd swains, thy fathers pass'd . Passing away unnoticed or unheard:— o From dreary wilds and deserts vast, & so But, oh! had I the energy of word, - . . To Judah's happy climes:- . The eloquence to utter all I feel, - - - - . * * *.** - so The gift—the power to grasp thought like a sword, o My song upon the mountain rocks, . . 4 . And what I know as I could wish reveal:- Had echoed of thy rural charms, . . . to My song should find a voice deep as the thunder's peal And I had fed thy father's hocks, o - o -- -- - - ... Oh, Judith of the raven locks, -> Exquisite spirit t—if thine aspect here To win thee to my arms: Is so magnisicent;-if on earth thou art 3. , - --Thus adfiirable;—in thy sainted sphere, # our tent, beside the murmur calm . . . ... What newer glories wilt thou not impart - of Jordan's grassy vested shore, * * - What powers—what unknown faculties may dart Had sought the shadow of the palm; “a * Hike sunlight through the heaven of thy mould!— ... " And blest with Gilead's holy balm. * * : * > * rich endowments into life may start:- * our hospitable door. , , What hidden splendours may'st thou net unfold— -- . . . . . o Which earthly eyes ne'er view’d—which human tongue At falling night, or ruby dawn,
When time stands mute before eternity, . . . . . . 'From silver fountains on ‘’ “
Gazing upon the heaven of heavens, to find
Then—and ther *