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THE SUNSHINE OF POETRY.1

I CANNA SLEEP.

TO JANE .

REMINISCENCES OF A SEXAGENARIAN.—1795—1305.

DEATH OF EARL SPENCER.

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ACCIDENT ON THE GKEAT NORTH…

RAILWAY ROBBERIES.

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FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

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FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER. (From the "London and Paris Ladies' Magaiine of Fashion.") Various novelties have appeared in autumnal materials, in silks as well as woollens, the colours and designs suitable to the season. Stamped velvets on pekin or moire grouod will form handsome redingoies. Néghgfs at this season are more elegantly made than later, en attendant tbe toilets de soirees. Velvet is much used 10 trim the autumnal dresses; some of moire in myr. tie green, or deep blue, have beeo made with biais of velvet, reaching above the knee; Ihe corsage with petit chile of velvet, artd deep cuff* on tbe alecvea; black satin in this style is also 'approved. Baiege is fashionable for petit soirees, in white or pink even black is worn with three flounces the most elegant are em broidered with narrow velvet. White silk braid, intermixed with silver or gold, will be used on white crape or grenadine dresses. Gimp still continues the most general trimming for negligees as well as robes de toilette; many are made up all ready to ornament the dress, forming tablier .on the front. Bugles will be very fashionable this winter, and will be in- troduced in the embroideries and gimps used in dress, Very pretty bugle coiffures are also in pteparalion the crown enclos- ing the back hair, aDd coufiued by bands which cioss the top of the forehead others called Catalaoe, aie made of bugles in mixed colours, giving the effect of precious stones; others are all white or black, and will be ornamented with velvet, or a rose It the side. Various novelties are preparing for the coming season for coiffures, particularly in dress bats atid ostrich feathers, so little used of late years, will be much used. A novelty in caps are those of coloured muslin, trimmed with black or white lace; they are of very line orgdody madia, with patterns in pink, blue, lilac, having nceuds and brides of the same, trimmed round with veiy fine Valenciennes lace. Many titttecaps are also made of pink tulle, or crape with ruches of the some. Velvet bonnets will be of an open form, ornamented with a plume of two feathers, of moderate eize 01 a bunch of three small feathers the colour of the bonnet, and satin ribbon. The autumnal ribbons are of darker colours than those of spring, and are edged with narrow velvet stiipes. Pardessus ara now very fashionable; of slight silks lioed, with colours, wadded and quilted in patterns; some are trimmed with black lacc, and made without any division in tbe waist in from. The new velvet mantelets are large, and cut out at the arm.

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