At every available point of the crowded river-front washerwomen, with their petticoats wet to the waist, stood knee-deep in the stream, and accompanied their lively chatter with the vigorous tattoo of their active mallets. In the shadow of the houses near the landing great piles of watermelons were the centres of groups of all ages, every individual busy with the luscious, juicy fruit.
Roumanian Peasant Girl
Woman returning from market pushing a barrow with empty baskets
In Sunday Dress, Monostorszég
Hungarian Girls at Bezdán
two walking dresses as well as an indoors and evening dress 1836
Hair fashions 1834 England
The fashions of 1833 include two walking-dresses, one dinner, and one ball-dress,
The dresses for 1837 are two walking-dresses and a ball dress, and also a child's costume
hair styles which were in vogue in 1832
English dress fashions worn in 1830
Two walking dresses, one evening, and one ball dress.
different styles of hair-dressing fashionable in 1830-31
different modes of dressing the hair.in 1835
Hairstyles for 1837
a dinner, two ball, and a walking dress 1832
One of the features of the streets at that time was the "buy a broom girl," so called from her cry. Her costume was picturesque, and she was rather an ornament to the extremely prosaic street.
"From Deutschland I come, with my light wares all laden,
To dear, happy England, in summer's gay bloom;
Then listen, fair ladies, and young pretty maidens,
And buy of a wand'ring Bavarian, a broom.
Buy a broom? Buy a broom?"
bonnets worn in England in 1830
English Fashion - bonnet, hat, turban, and caps, as worn during the year 1830-1831