George Willard went one evening to walk with Belle Carpenter, a trimmer of women's hats who worked in a millinery
shop kept by Mrs.
It was one of those "millinery
establishments" which were abolished by the police a good time ago.
A light cart was standing at the door of the 'Great Millinery
Depot' of Elveston, laden with card-board packing-cases, which the driver was carrying into the shop, one by one.
Toomey sat down at the side of Miss Purdy, millinery
, and their hands came together in sympathy.
Beth Bouncer will open her new assortment of Doll's Millinery
Everybody acquainted with Bath may remember the difficulties of crossing Cheap Street at this point; it is indeed a street of so impertinent a nature, so unfortunately connected with the great London and Oxford roads, and the principal inn of the city, that a day never passes in which parties of ladies, however important their business, whether in quest of pastry, millinery
, or even (as in the present case) of young men, are not detained on one side or other by carriages, horsemen, or carts.
Madame Mantalini led the way down a flight of stairs, and through a passage, to a large room at the back of the premises where were a number of young women employed in sewing, cutting out, making up, altering, and various other processes known only to those who are cunning in the arts of millinery
She wore a smart brown suit, with two very modish little shoes peeping from beneath it; and her hat of dull pink straw, wreathed with golden-brown poppies, had the indefinable, unmistakable air which pertains to the "creation" of an artist in millinery
. Priscilla had a sudden stinging consciousness that her own hat had been trimmed by her village store milliner, and Anne wondered uncomfortably if the blouse she had made herself, and which Mrs.
So she used to slip out alone sometimes, when Fanny was absorbed in novels, company, or millinery
, and get fine brisk walks round the park, on the unfashionable side, where the babies took their airings; or she went inside, to watch the boys coasting, and to wish she could coast too, as she did at home.
Gray, the only survivor of many sons of a widow who provided for him by keeping a millinery
shop, was born in 1716.
Nor is there compensating influence in the adorable bridesmaids; for, having very little interest in the bride, and none at all in one another, those lovely beings become, each one of her own account, depreciatingly contemplative of the millinery
present; while the bridegroom's man, exhausted, in the back of his chair, appears to be improving the occasion by penitentially contemplating all the wrong he has ever done; the difference between him and his friend Eugene, being, that the latter, in the back of HIS chair, appears to be contemplating all the wrong he would like to do--particularly to the present company.
It was no more than an ordinary camp marking- flag; but the regiment, always punctilious in matters of millinery
, had charged it with the regimental device, the Red Bull, which is the crest of the Mavericks - the great Red Bull on a background of Irish green.