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Office to mention that copies of Records from , the India Office have been made at 12 , Portugal of the street work , has and the " great And satisfaction the which office the writes neatness to
and correctness given . " again same has Miss given Fran entire cis ; " satisfaction What has , and been consequentl done under y there Miss would Rye ' s he superintendence every
inclination some to future resort time to . the " Mr same . Marshman means of , the help Canterbury , if any need agent for , it also should has written arise at ; u will say in any form most you satisfactoril please , that the copying other done for me in have your
officehas been done y . " Many gentlemen other likewise , work expressed has been their executed pleasure for at them the manner and in in some which cases law th - er copy e has ing been and . ;
such an evident things lurking and are tone not onl of surprise made to th stitch at women as can Tom reall Hood y do so good patheti work call at
this sang one . All office , this but is most in the encourag cause y we ing have , and so shows , much poor a at stead heart y progress the letting not women only in y
and do their an honourable share , of suitable honest labour livelihood , and obtaining but in ite remunerative of , all this emp the loyment office ; sp
it requires The all absence the patronage of Miss R and which support unfortunatel true friends of the rise work to , the can false give yey gave
report . ork to was which at I one have tim alluded e feared , , has this not is been owing so in severel a great y felt measur in the eto actual the
competent unweary was ing to energy conduct and it in careful a business ; oversi -lik ght e way of . Miss , A new Francis bran but , ch in who of work is , full has y
work "been -room just begun namel by the Miss cutting Francis and in mounting the sam of e house hotograp , hsand a it separat seems e
likel office y established to succeed , ( y ori well , ginall . May y by I the remind Society your for readers the p Emp that loyment this , was of Women the first , ) and such it has
for cause Societ law y to - ; ' copy 1 look I cannot ing for and the hel p p MSS atronage expressing . writing and a b support y hope women th of at V the your Emp as friends loyment will of remember Women special ' s
from the writers ten till at six that . It quiet may little be a offic satisfaction e , and not to forget know that that the there doors has are been open a small steady increase of workand consequent profits every year .
, I amLadiesyours sincerely , Dec . 1863 . , Catherine , M . Webber .
now P . S engaged . Since writing by a Law the Stationer abpve , I as am writer told for that him another . clerk has left and is
Open Council , 65
OPEN COUNCIL , 65
Madam I Wish , To Call Attention To The ...
Madam I wish , to call attention to the following sentence in the article on of the al
" Political Economy , " in the January number Journ . dr smakers _Nothing whose will work cruel so sufferings great and beni t gnan ' s heart t a change as the for general those u poor se of L ondon wi
machines es . , Better that for them than , any legislative , enactment . " ng The eral writer use is evidentl milliners y not and aware dressmakers that these in machines London . are The alread skirts y and in genamong
bodies of gowns are always stitchecl by them if the material will permit of in their fact use is as done well by as the han volu d th minous at lengths be done of by trimming machinery now . worn Even ; in nothing large "
can afford country to towns buy them they and are extensiv therefore el continue y used , but to work village by dressmakers handas in the can instance seldom
quoted in the article , . ,
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English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), March 1, 1864, page 65, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01031864/page/65/