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Books Of The Month. The Like Two Its Pre...
ing as a out story of , every and full -day of associ incidental ations information and experiences of various . It kinds is elegantl , grow y -
got up , with illustrations and a colored vignette on the neat green and gold binding . A charming present for the young .
" School-days of Eminent Men / ' by John Timbs , F . S . A . ( Lockwood & Co . ) A capital bookfull of curious and useful matter . It
, sketches the Progress of Education from the " Dark Ages of History" to our own times ; the school-days of Albert , Prince
Consort Ci Harry , ending Deane the , " volume published . by the Society for Promoting
Christian Knowledge , is a well-written little story , illustrating the proverb" Every one has his work . " An incident of village life
is simpl , y told , and the moral deduced from it rises naturally out of the narrativewhile the descriptions are very good and life-like .
The Societ , y for Promoting Christian Knowledge also sends us the " Book of Trades" an excellent manual of information , and
, several books of stories , of which '' How Charley helped his Mother , " by Huth Buck , and " Wishing and Choosing , " by Mrs .
Carey Brock , are strongly to be commended .
Open Council. 211
OPEN COUNCIL . 211
XXXIX . _—OPEK _COUNCIL . ( As these pages themselves are intended responsible for general for the discussion opinions , expressed the Editors . ) do not hold
. * To The Jeditors Of The English Woman...
. * To the JEditors of the English Woman _' s Journal . Ladies We , enclose a communication received by us on the subject of Emerald
Green . " The Secretaries or the Ladies' Sanitary _Association . di "I am very throug glad h the to p medium erceive t of hat the the Times attenti on t o h f the injur p i ous lic ractice has been of
rec , , p tw col orin or g th the ree green ears leave on bonnet s and s flowers head-dresses so generall wreat y -worn hsand duri other ng the sim past ilar
ornaments . y , , , As Physician to the Royal Free Hospitalseveral cases of illness arising "
" , published from " The this condition cause the particulars have of fallen the of under several leof my such h observation om cases there then are ; and some under in h -November my undreds care . , and I 860 who , ' X peop ,
t cons hese ist leave most s , ly is of wre youn tched g women in the , extreme and girls . , en They gaged all i The n labor the , manufacture and is man diffused y in a f
it throug severe acts h form out a l , oca h under e l atmosp irri tant ymptoms here and the i s y drast breat arsen ic he ica to , l and poisoning he h is ands of course . ot i poison h er l p arts ; further of the ,
arran body ged to l deran which into the it ent becomes constitutional f , the mechanicall health and debility y the app local lied nervousness . : — The the former symptoms headach consists e may thirst be of
weakness genera loss gem of appetite o , and diarrhoea , ; the , latter in soreness , of the , mouth , ,
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), May 1, 1862, page 211, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01051862/page/67/