In the fulness of time a milliner
came in, and to her she repaired on her own behalf.
'The situation that I have made interest to procure, ma'am, is with --with a milliner
and dressmaker, in short.'
In a pirate, man-of-war, or slave ship, when the captain is rowed anywhere in his boat, he always sits in the stern sheets on a comfortable, sometimes cushioned seat there, and often steers himself with a pretty little milliner
's tiller decorated with gay cords and ribbons.
It would be the Venus de' Medici placed beside a milliner
And here, also, they used to have a grand procession, of priests, citizens, soldiers, sailors, and the high dignitaries of the City Government, once a year, to shave the head of a made-up Madonna--a stuffed and painted image, like a milliner
's dummy--whose hair miraculously grew and restored itself every twelve months.
I think I should do better in London; at some respectable milliner
's, if I could be properly recommended.
Mrs Boffin bears Miss Bella away to her Milliner
's and Dressmaker's, and she gets beautifully dressed.
This store was now nearly exhausted, and she had found a milliner
who gave her a miserable pittance for toiling with her needle eight or ten hours each day.
The village of Longbourn was only one mile from Meryton; a most convenient distance for the young ladies, who were usually tempted thither three or four times a week, to pay their duty to their aunt and to a milliner
's shop just over the way.
In that lady yonder, so strangely dressed, I should find for certain a large milliner
's shop; in that one the shop is empty, but it wants cleaning plain enough.
Sabin drove slowly down Bond Street, and was rewarded by seeing her brougham outside a famous milliner
This other is a milliner
's account for thirty-seven pounds fifteen made out by Madame Lesurier, of Bond Street, to William Derbyshire.