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OPENING OF THE SWIMMING BATH FOB LADIES....
LX—OPENING OF THE SWIMMING BATH FOR
l» < long A Metrop deemed olitan a thing...
" Mrs* Jameson Presents Her Compliments ...
bestowing Above all , let woman none say a , suitable in speaking position 1 of the in urgent our economic necessity and of
indus labor trial was organization a upon servile , it is tion impossible when / Plato Time affirmed was , when that all manua a good l occupa
the cons citizens titution knowled ; when oug Cicero of ht true never said wisdom to , " reckon that , " the when the workman artizans Aristotle among would , speaking never the ranks of rise field to of ;
labor exis Wha tence , wrote t has in which ge , become " those virtue of who these has devote predictions no p themselves lace . , these to lofty it , live affirmations a degraded of
ancien Aristotle t wisdom and Cicero . That and which in those "was impossible of the entire in the Pagan eyes of world Plato , is ,
, and now It especiall a will consoling be the with reali same the ty with . soluti all on that of that we regard as question impossible which to day the ,
Academy of y Lyons has just proposed grave under such favorable
auspices . From the " Siecle" of June 16 , 1858 .
Opening Of The Swimming Bath Fob Ladies....
OPENING OF THE SWIMMING BATH FOB LADIES . 413
Lx—Opening Of The Swimming Bath For
LX—OPENING OF THE SWIMMING BATH FOR LADIES .
L» < Long A Metrop Deemed Olitan A Thing...
l _» < long A Metrop deemed olitan a thing Swimming to be desired Bath for rather ladies than is at hoped last un for fait , it accomp has now li : d amidst dust
the men passed Londo t St . n from On pavements Wednesday the lebone world has Public of , sp Jul wishes run y Baths g 14 up th to , a that t was his new newl of first foun reality y t thrown erec of , he ted an alth department open and to enj the oy of y -
feminine . Mary blicand the most sanguine expectations that had been formed Enterin respec pu g the ting , flower it were -decked and then por found tal t o f the various amp very ly fulfilled leng pec th ta . bl corridors e edifice
ra w of the reach M laid ary a le large paint bone and of fairest ad lof , ty sk tint passin y-li just t room g along relieved , rejoicing by a scroll all - y work the p band urity ,
the of b ne lue w . - l At of one water end gushing the orthodox from lion it ' into s head a font projects -like from shell the beneath wall , y
supp than and thence forty feet flowing in leng over th into . The the water area of is the of crystal room , wh clearness ich is more , the and the
temperature such as needful to preclude most agreeable all . idea The of bath ( danger seventy is filled , -five while to degrees the it is level quite ) of the sufficient shoulder depth for
of little o every f the a l dressing ad room y of , ordinar an purpose closets d then y open hei ce g emerg ht upon . The ing a p , latform doors clad themselves of in which a range pro runs pria of the t dul along e gar fair y furni b one visitors , ei s t side he her d hired at the establishment or provided by
, descend a short flight of steps , seize one end of the rope attached . .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Aug. 1, 1858, page 413, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01081858/page/53/