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Those of our readers who have not seen this little book , cannot do better than spend a shilling * in buying itsince no one has better
_right or more knowledge than Miss Boucherett , in speaking on this
subject , which has of late years attracted so much public attention .
278 Books Of The Month.
278 BOOKS OF THE MONTH .
Books Of The Month. Mr. Murray's List Of...
BOOKS OF THE MONTH . Mr . Murray ' s list of forthcoming works comprizes the " Diary of
Mary , Countess Cowper , Lady of the Bedchamber to the Princess of "Wales , from the original manuscript in the ' possession of
_thefamily . " This is the work ( says the PublishersCircular _) of which Lord Campbell , in his " Lives of the Chancellors / ' remarks , " Lord
Cowper ' s Diary ceases at the accession of _Gf-eorge I ., 1814 , but fortunately , a charming Diary of the second Lady Cowper , _beginnings
at this time , is preserved . It remains in manuscript , but it well deserves to be printedfor it gives a more lively picture of the
, Court of England at the commencement of the Brunswick Dynasty than I liave ever met with . "
Mrs . Norton ' s new novel , " Lost and Saved , " has been noticed with the hihest praiseand has immediately reached a second edition .
It is a g satisfaction , to see that this lady's refined genius holds a firstclass lace in the estimation of a public whose taste would
sometimes p appear to be chiefly for " sensation " novels . Mrs . Kemble has published " . A Journal of a Residence on a
i Georg £ The ian following Plantation Diary , in 1838 was - kept 39 . " in She the says winter in her and brief spring preface of ,
1838-39 , on an estate consisting of rice and cotton plantations , in the islands at the entrance of the Attamaha , on the coast of Georgia .
The slaves , in whom I then had an unfortunate interest , were sold some years ago . The islands themselves are at present in the
power of the Northern troops . The record contained in the following -pages is a picture of conditions of human existence which I
hope and believe have passed away . " Miss Maling has published another manual ; " Indoor _Gardenings
for Balconies , Plant-cases , Greenhouses and Windows . " ( Longman A . ) Banker's Daughter publishes a ic Guide to the Unprotected
in Every-day Matters relating to Property and Income . " published Miss Cobbe in 's " one Essays volume on the from Pursuits _JFraser of _' s Women and " Macmillan have been 1 s
Magazines ; together with a " Paper on Female Education , " read before the Social Science Congress at Guildhall .
Messrs . Longman have issued a " Manual for Ladies on Colour in Dress . —Taste versus Fashionable Colours . " The authors of the
pamphlet are Messrs , W . and G . Audsley of Liverpool , the authors
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), June 1, 1863, page 278, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01061863/page/62/