White chip hat. Round gown of lndia long cloth.
Morning dresses. September 1795.
The hair in light curls, the side and hind hair in ringlets; white muslin handkerchief drawn through the hair. White chip hat, trimmed with a yellow crape handkerchief, and yellow ribands. Petticoat of muslin, with an embroidered border. Gown of worked muslin, with long sleeves. Sash of yellow riband. White muslin handkerchief. Gold ear-rings. Yellow gloves and shoes.
The hair in small curls and ringlets, white satin riband drawn through it. Straw hat variegately coloured, with a Vandyke border; rose-coloured handkerchief over it, tied on the left side into it bow; green veil. Muslin stock round the neck, frilled with lace. Round gown of lndia long cloth, with six buttons placed in a triangular form , on the back of the waist. Short sleeves with a ruffle, headed with a quilling of lace. Large striped handkerchief. Gold ear-rings. Rose-coloured gloves and shoes.
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