Dresses by Mad. Debaizieux.
La Mode 1850.
La Mode 1850.
Killed at the Battle of Hastings. Continue reading
The shield of the Gauls, according to Strabo and Virgil, was usually long, and the Ligurians carried one of the same form. In sculpture, we perceive the Germans with an oval shaped buckler of ample dimensions. Tacitus admits it was large, but suited to the size of the bearer. Continue reading
THE spirit of Astarte, Manfred’s lost love, appears to him. He addresses her.
Astarte! my beloved ! speak to me! Continue reading
LUKE ANGUISH, who is anxious to be a painter, learns much of his art from John Brooking, a marine artist. Continue reading
It is not a little remarkable that the only Romish shrine which has been publicly brought to notice in England during the last few years is that of à Becket, the representative of the unyielding supremacy of that church, which still demands not only spiritual but temporal power. Continue reading
Richard Ier Cœur de Lion, actually Richard Plantagenet; was from 1189 to his death King of England. From 1172 to the year of his coronation was Richard Duke of Aquitaine. Then he held the title of Count of Maine, Duke of Normandy and Count of Anjou.
Richard was the third son of King Henry II. Of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Bertran de Gurdun also known as Pierre Basile and John Sabroz. According to the legend Richard let Pierre Basile, the enemy’s skirmishers of the deadly bolt, looking after winning the battle and bring to him and knighted him with the words: Continue reading
Henry the Seventh was less than thirty years old when the victory at Bosworth placed him on the English throne. Continue reading
Meubles de Maigret. Guipure de Doucet. Porcelaines de Toy. Miror de Giroux. Fleurs de Constantin. Etoffes de robes de Thiébaud-Guichard façon de Mlle. Moismont. Gants Mayer. Sous jupes Oudinot Lutel. Plisse Lithuanienne de Gagelin Opigor envois de la Maison de Commission Lassalle et Cie., 28 rue Taitbout.
La Mode 1841. Journal et gravures des mode. Bibliography of costume. Romantic Era, Biedermeier period. Early Victorian.
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