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The most elicious Sauce in the World. SOLD EVERYWHERE IN BOTTLES 6d., 1s., and 2s. each.
Proprietors--GOODALL, BACKHOUSE & Co., Leeds.
Acknowledged to be the only real substitute for eggs yet discovered; its action on Cakes, Pud. dings, &c., resembles that of the egg in every particular, enriching them in colour and flavour, rendering them most wholesome and nutritious. One penny packet will go as far as four eggs! and one sixpenny tin as far as twenty-eight!
Bold everywhere in id. Paokots; 6d. and is. Tins; by Grocers, Ollmen, Chemists, Italian Ware. housemen, Ship Store Dealers, &c.
For making delicious Custards with cut Eggs; in less time and at half the p. e. Delicious to Plum Pudding and Jam Tarts. Delicious to 8t wed Rice and all kinds of Fruit. Delicious to everything, Delicious alone.
FOR A HUNDRED EXCELLENT and PALATABLE
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NEW DRESS MATERIALS.
All Wool FRENCH BEIJE, 89d. ; same as sold in the City at 10d.
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Nothing to equal this Cloth in the City.
In all Colours.
perfect fitting. A marvel.
trimmed. Ladies' BROCHE SATIN DOLMANS, very long, a handsome
garment, £2 159. 6d., worth 4 Guineas 300 Ladies' BLACK CASHMERE DOLMANS and FOUR-IN
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ANNALS OF A SCOTTISH CLACHAN. By LIZZIE A. GLEN, Author of "The Manse on the Leven," "The Yeovilles of Yeoville Towers," &c. CHAPTER III.
and, as the days passed, and he found himself EANWHILE, Mrs. Lee had so far re- unable, plan and scheme as he might, to catch
covered her normal state of health as to even a fleeting glance of the fair one, we are be able to hobble about the house again. She, inclined to think that he did so indulge, sotto therefore, with a feeling of relief as from a
voce, of course. danger averted, dismissed Nanny to her work
Rendered almost desperate at length by his at the mill, and assumed attendance upon her longing to see her, he ventured to renew to the lodger herself. This was a change which we
mother his former request to Nanny that she may be sure was pleasing neither to the lodger would allow herself to be sketched into one of nor to Nanny; indeed, whatever hopes that fair his pictures. " By the way, Mrs Lee," he said, damsel had allowed herself to entertain with “I one day asked your daughter to favour me regard to him, she felt obliged now to give up. by sitting as model for a village girl I wish But she was mistaken. Mr. Albert Russell, to put into one of my landscapes. She said like many another foolish man, did not know she would ask your permission, but I have how necessary the sunshine was to him till he heard no more about it.” was deprived of it. When, one morning, he
Mrs. Lee looked surprised - she had heard looked up from his book as the door opened, nothing of it-the truth being that the wily expecting to have his eyes gladdened with a Nanny, shrewdly suspecting that such a prosight of the charming Nanny, but instead posal would needlessly alarm her anxious beheld only the bent form of Nanny's mother parent, and probably cut short the interesting in her coarse drugget petticoat and apron, and period of her attendance upon the artist, had high-backed white “mutch," a look of such refrained from making it. utter blankness came over his face, that it did
“'Deed, sir," said the worthy lady, when he not escape her notice, and she secretly congra
had succeeded to a certain extent in making
her understand what he tulated herself upon the prudence of her tactics,
meant, ma dochter and announced, not without asperity, that for has said naething o'the kin' to me,--an' I maun the future she herself would wait upon him, say, sir, wi' a' due respeck tae yersel', that I her daughter having returned to her duties at
canna gie ma coontenance tae ony sic projick. the mill.
The lassie has naething but her chareckter tae Mr. Albert Russell was a very gentlemanly kent she was makin' an exhibeetion o' herses
look tae, and what wad dacent folk say if they man, but, nevertheless, he felt much tempted in pictur's in the shop wundys o' Glesca an' to indulge in a little strong language when Lunnon? Forbye fullin' her heid wi' venity this announcement was s) ruthlessly made ; l an' consate. Na, na, sir ; neither me nor ma