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Open Council. 3 57
OPEN COUNCIL . 3 57
Ladies Some , Time Since An Article Appe...
Ladies Some , time since an article appeared in the _English Woman's Journal
advising advantageousl educated y purs women ued at their of different d own homes b suitable ; and emp amongs remunerative loyments t others that , colouring could be of
photographs was recommendeas eing a very means subsistence . Now , feeling much interested if about this particular h Jul accomplishment Council , I shall
be ( able or very b to y any glad other to ictures be means informed tolerabl ) , as to , in where possible oil , in , the throug obtain first the instance requisite y ' s " , a O person pen instruction alread at y "
copy py may a afterwards moderate the rate best to means help to her obtain to undertake a respectable to colour remunerative photograp engagement hs—and , .
_No doubt , the information will be gladly accepted by many who , like ¦ myself , do not I beg know to subscribe the how or myself where , Ladies . , your interested reader ,
Crystal Palace Heading Room , Sydenham . _Migniokutte . June 21 s _£ . [ Miss Asquith , 16 , Baker-street , will teach Tinting in water-colours at
moderate terms . Miss Rogers , care of Society ' s Office , 19 , Langham Place , in oils-Mor Miss F th . Moss one , care lad of ( Society having ' s previous Office , & knowled c , in both . of painting in
watercolours Boucherett With e ) , regard has an ' s book learnt to on getting tiae y " Self water -hel _-coloiir p loyment for Women tinting the , " best from p . 29 ge . the is directions to round in Miss to
Photograp better . It hers is sometimes , with > specimens worth emp while and prices to , work . If for with a way short an introduction time go without all pay the tolerablthat
for well-known houseeven when you are y proficient , you of may certificate any be able to which say that sometimes you , have tells -worked better for than such specimens a house for . This photograp is a sort hs . what is workfew
Salesmen do not always understand good . Comparatively permanent depends much engagements on individual are formed ability —and and its perseverance being a remunerative in seeking pursuit a good id skill in execution
market , as well as on careful and rap Ed . . "E . W . J . " ]
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), July 1, 1863, page 357, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01071863/page/69/