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The costumes given for 1835 are indoor and walking dresses

The costumes given for 1835 are indoor and walking dresses.jpg The costumes given for 1835 are a nursemaid and childrenThumbnailsThe dresses for 1837 are two walking-dresses and a ball dress, and also a child's costumeThe costumes given for 1835 are a nursemaid and childrenThumbnailsThe dresses for 1837 are two walking-dresses and a ball dress, and also a child's costumeThe costumes given for 1835 are a nursemaid and childrenThumbnailsThe dresses for 1837 are two walking-dresses and a ball dress, and also a child's costume

The costumes given for 1835 are indoor and walking dresses

Author
The Project Gutenberg EBook of When William IV. Was King,
by John Ashton
Published in 1896
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