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Countess St. MARTIN DE FRONT.-A dress | Countess of CHATHAM._An elegant dress of of pale blue crape in draperies, ornamented with green and silver, superbly embroidered in rich borders of net-work, in beads and bands of the bunches of silver acorns; a very rich embroidered same, with handsome beads and tassels; robe pale border, with Vandyke silver fringe ; green crape blue sarsnet, trimmed with vandykes and beads, train, beautifully ornamented with silver, and point lace, &c.

embroidered 10 correspond with the petticoat. Countess of KINGSTON.--A white crape pet Countess DALKEITH -Lilac crape petticoat, ticoat, most tastefully embroidered with silver tastefully ornamented with silver and wreaths of wheat-ears; also embroidered drapery, drawn oak; lilac train, elegantly ornamented with up with a very rich silver cord and tassels; the silver. tody and train of white satin, richly embroidered Countess of BEVERLEY A green crape trellis with silver, and trimmed with point lace. - trimming, ornamented with fancy flowers and

Countess of MENDIP.-A white crape petri. | drapery to correspond; train of green crape. coat, with a rich Vandyke silver foil border, Countess of BELLEMONT.-A brown crape edged with the real silver Lama; under this dress, trimmed with fine lace. i border was a silver chain, linked with the Prince's Countess of CLONMELL.-A dress of jonquil plume; on the right side a Grecian #rapery with crape embossed with silver, and looped up with a double Vandyke border, with sprigs of lilies wreaths and bunches of yellow roses; head-dress, of the valley ; this drapery was looped up with feathers and diamonds. a rich silver cord and tassels; the lest drapery | Countess of ORKNEY.-A petticoat of white beautifully embroidered with silver roses, with crape, ein hossed with sprigs of purple and white the same border, and edged with a Trafalgar || foil; body and train of purple sarsner, trimmed fringe; pocket-holes fancifully trimmed with || with silver. wreaths of silver roses; train of silver tissue, trim- | Countess of TALBOT.-A dress of primrose med to correspond.

Il sarsnet, with rich drapery of point lace, looped The Countess of MACCLESFIELD.-A straw-l up with wreaths of roses; head-dress, feathers coloured satin petticoat, with superb dra pery of and diamonds. white crape embroidered with gold peacock's fea- || Countess of JERSEY.-A blue crape petticoat, thers, in the heart or eye of each feather was a ll Pleyanıly ornamented wi h draperies of rich gold cluster of brilliant stones of various descriptions ; | embroidery, in the Turkish style, suspended with the border à la-Grecque, also decorated with gold rich gold cord and tassels; a blue crape train, feathers and a variety of brilliant stones; the robe Il trimmed with gold. to correspond; the sleeves and breast most mag Countess CHOLMONDELEY.-Body and train nifacently embroidered with gold feathers and l of yellow crape, richly embroidered with silver, coloured stone;. The head-dress suraw-coloured sleeves of point lace, looped up with stars of diaand white feathers, richly ornamented with dia monds; petticoat of white crape, richly em monds, arranged in the most tasteful manner. broidered with silver ; on one side a sash of yellow

Countess of MENGDEN -A dress of white | crape, fastened with bunches of jonquil. crape, magnificently embroidered with silver roses; Countess of MEXBOROUGH-A dress of Wind. at the bottom of the petticoat a very rich Vandykel sor grey, trimmed with flowers; head-dress, fea. embroidered border, at the bottom of each Van

thers and diamonds. dyke was a silver tassel; the body and train of Dowager Countess of ORMOND. A sage-colour rich white silver tissue, embroidered with silver

crape dress, with full and elegant draperies, trimto correspond with the petticoat; at the pocket med with real pearl fringe, and tied up with large hole on the right side was an elegant cord and bunches of mock pearl; head-dress formed of tassel to loop up the drapery.

sage crape, with six handsome ostrich feathers, Countess of PEMBROKE.- A superb dress of || and a most splendid display of diamonds. brown and silver; the petticoat richly embroi Countess of CHESTERFIELD.-A very rich dress dered in antique, and ornamented with silver of blue crape, embroidered in wreaths of rose leaves fringe; brown crape train, elegantly ornamented in the real silver; Oriental lame crescents, ornawith silver; hvad-dress brown and silver, with a mented with large silver cords and tassels; train profusion of diamonds.

of blue crape, trimmed with silver; headCountess of Elx.-A very superb dress; all dress a plume of blue ostrich feathers and diawhite crape petticoat, richly embroidered, the monds. ground in silver shells, with a very rich border Countess of DARTMOUTH.-A white satin inter inixed with white satin, the drapery elegantly | petticoat, with Mazarine crape draperies, taste. worked in silver, in an entire new style; train of fully embroidered in silver, fastened with silver mouse colour silk, beautifully striped with silver; cord and tassels; head-dress feathers and dir head-dress, a plume of white ostrich feathers. monds,

Viscountess CASTLEREAGH.-A magnificent || Lady CROFTON-A parple gauze petticoat, dress of apple-green crape, richly embroidered in ornamented with lilac flowers and cord; irain to silver, the whole spangled with silver, and trim- ll correspond med with large silver zephyr and Vandyke fringe, ll Lady HUME.- A rich gold embroidered pettis the draperies tied up with rich tassels and cord ; | coat, on lavender blue sarsenet, train of the same. train to correspond; the body and sleeves fully | Lady BANKS.-Au elegant blue and silver triinmed with point; head-dress, a profusion of applique petticoat; train blue sarsenet. diamonds, and nine ostrich feathers.

Lady C. DUNCOMBE LA white and gold pettiViscountess ALLEN.-A dress of green spidercoat wich draperies of purple crape; train to gauze, ornamented with wreaths of oak-leaves;

match. ' head-dress, feathers and diamonds. "

Four Ladies PERCY-White satiu petticoats, Lady YOUNG -A dress of white crape, richly | with blue crape draperies, and a rich applique embroidered with gold, gold cords and tassels; border of blue and silver ; the draperies tastefully robe of white crape, ornamented with gold; the drawn up with chains of masyy silver; train blue head-dress was of white feathers and diamonds.

crape; head-dress, a plume of blue and while Lady C. HARBOLD. A Brussels dress, lined feathers. with topaz 'colour.

Lady E MURRAY. -A pink crape petticoat, Lady ARDEN. A white crape petticoat and wi ha rich net applique drapery; pink crape train, drapery, very beautifully embroidered with silver,

Lady C. WEST.-A pink crape petticoat, with and interlined with pea-green sarsnet; body and

a rich silver drapery; train white crape. train of pea green sarsnet, ornamenred with silver

Lady C. WYNN BELASYSE - A blue crape pet. and point lace.

ticoat, elegantiy ornamented with white fancy Lady MaseLeY.-A splendid dress of white | flowers; train blue crape. and silver, superbly ornamented and embroi.

Lady BAGOT--A most superb and elegant dered; the form of the draperies were in the

white dress, richly embroidered with silver in Grecian style, looped up with a rich cord and

I wreaths of vak, with a profusion of diamonds and tassels, train to correspond, richly ornamented feathers. with diamonds; head-dress, beautiful plume of

| Lady FLUYDER.--A while crape petticoat and ostrich feathers, magnificent diamonds, and point

|| draperies, with oak border in silver; train, lilac lace."

tissue; head-dress, feathers and diamonds Dowager Lady BAGOT.-A superb dress of

Lady IMHOFF.-A silver gauze petticoat, richly lilac, richly embroidered in silver.

trimmed; lilac train; head-dress, feathers and · Right Hon. Lady MARY LENNOX.-A petti

diainonds. coat of lavender blue silk, ornamented with superb

Lady METCALF6.-A pearl coloured sarsenet lace draperies; the train to correspond; head

Il pelticoat, painted with yellow roses, and apple dress diamonds and feathers.

|| blossoms, the draperies tied up with liburnum, Right Hon. Lady ELIZABETH SPENCER-A and finished in a most tasteful manner, with sieel most beautiful lavender silk train and pelvicoat,

beads and tassels; robe, head-dress, and feathers richly ornamented with draperies of superb point

lo correspond, with diamond burdeau and sprig, Jace, louped up with beads and bead tassels; the and feathers fastened with diainonds. bottom of the petticoat trimmed with point lace

Lady RADSTOCK - A peiticoat of lace, overa to correspond; head-dress of ostrich feathers and lavender silk; the train of the same colour, beads.

forming a drapery richly ornamented with beads. Lady M. WALPOLE.-A very beautiful dress; Lady BRUCE.- A pitticoat of white cripe, the petticoat elegantly embroidered with silver richly beaded, with a mantle or train of lilac sprigs, and tastefully ornamented with rock lily; / sarsenet, trimmed with a ve y rich puin', suspend. the drapery looped up with flowers; the body ed froni the shoulders, falling in folds from the and train of white sarsnet, ornamented with silver back, and fastened at the side in a festoon, with and point Jace,

beads; head dress, feathers and diamonds, Lady LAVING TON.-White dress, very richly Lady CHAMBERS.- A rich dress of white crape, embroidered with silver, in beautiful flowers ; ll embossed with gold, and edged with rich borders, lilac train, eleganily embroidered, and ornamented looperl up wi:h bunches of purple fowers. with silver.

Lady Sophia LUMLEY.-A dress of white Lady ELEANOR BUTIER-Dress of pale pink I crape, embroidered with silver, with bunches of crape, richly trimmed with wreaths and bunches pink frosted flowers, of full blown roses and buds; head-dress, a pro- || Lady Rowley. A white spids gauze dress, fusion of diamonds and ostrich feathers.

richly trimmed with silver, in rich Vandyke boriler. Lady PERTH white and gold trimming, | The Ladies GREVILLE – While and silver and rich gold tissue train.

dresses, trimmed with pink flowers,

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Lady PULTENEY.-A lilac silk petticoat, with || Lady JOHN BORLASE WARREN -A petticoat drapery of real point black lace; train the same. I of rich purple and grey figured silk, with a most

Lady TRIGG. A blue silk petticoat, with elegant drapery of point lace; the bouiom of the white lace drapery, elegantly festooned with cords petticoat trimmed with rich point lace to corresand tassels; train the same.

pond; train of the same, the sleeves and trimming Lady CHARLOTTE LEGGE.-A primrose petti of rich Brussels point ; head-dress of fe..thers and coat, with draperies embroidered in silver; train of primrose crape to correspond.

Lady SARAH Saville- Wore a beautiful Lady STAWELL --A blue striped gauze petti- |dress of azure and silver, richly trimmed with coat, festooned with wreaths of blue ribbons ; chains of silver beads. train the same.

Lady F. Hay --A dress of lavender crape, Lady C. SCOTT.-A superb dress of pink | ornamented with wreaths of pea blossoms, looped spider gauze, embossed with silver, and looped up with chains of pearl beads. up with rich wreaths of silver and vine leaves ; || Lady CHARLES SOMERSET.-A white crape head dress, feathers and diamonds. . petticoat, with a deep border of French blond, a

Lady FLEMING -A perticoat of rich net gauze Il large drapery of one piece of French blond, and over white satin, with borders of embossed silver smaller ditto to match, drawn up and ornamented and rubies; body and train to correspond. with immense wreaths of poppies in various

Lady Diana FLEMINGA violet crape dress, colours. ornamented with rich wreaths of oak leaves; Lady BORINGDON.- A white sarsnet petticoat, head-dress, feathers and diamonds.

trimmed with rich Brussels lace, and elegantly Lady TEIGNMOUTH - A white crape dress, ornamented with horse chesnut blossoins; amber with borders of embossed silver, ornamented with coloured train; head-dress to correspond. bunches of lavender flowers,

Lady CAROLINE BERITE.Train of pink Lady CATHERINE STEWART.-A dress of Peruvian net; body and sleeves of the same, amber crapeaud white roses; head-diess, feathers ornamented with a small wreathing of peach and diamonds

blossom; white sarsenet petticoat, over which · Lady SELENA STEWART.-A white crape | were gracefully thrown two falling draperies, terdress, beautifully embroidered in showers of minating with a sash, trimmed with a small silver, and à la-Grecque border,

wreathing of peach blossom, tastefully fastened Lady MILDMAY-A superb dress of amber | up with bunches of the sanie. crape, richly embroidered in silver, the draperies Lady CATHERINE LONG. ---Petticoat of white looped 117 with bunches of silver vine leaves and crape, appliqued in a silver waving border, formrich chains, body and train to correspond; head ing a drapery across; on the left side, a sash of the dress, feathers and diamonds.

same, tied up with rich cords and tassels; body Lasy A. MACLEOD.-A dress of purple crape, and train browli, and silver tissue trimmed lace with wreaths of white roses.

sleeves, hooped up with diamond stars; liead. Lady HIPPESLEY.-A white crape petticoat, 1 dress, bandeau of brown and silver tissue feathers, tomped with bunches of flowers; grien silk train, l' and aigrette of diamonds. trimmed with suminer fruit.

Lady Gage.— Yellow crape body and train; Lady De CLIFFORD -A white and silver petticoat of the same, drapery drawn up with dress, with a blue robe.

yellow roses on one side, fastened with bunches Lady BROWNTOW.-Ablue crape dress, covered of roses on the other; a scarf in correspond. with fine black lace, and drawn up with diamond Lady CATHCART.-Brown gauze body and bows.

train ; petticoat of the same, draperies fastened Lady PEYTON.- A yellow crape, very richly up with bunches of white roses. trimmed with silver.

Lady HARCOURT.-A lilac crape petticoat, Lady BLACKET.-A white dress, very richly superbly embroidered in stripes of dull silver embroidered with gold and coloured Howers. feathers and spangles, grounded with waves of · Lady CAMPBELL -A purple crape petticoat | Algerine spangles; train of silver crape, trimmed and drapery, beautifully ornamented with white with silver; head-dress of feathers and diamonds. beads.

Lady MARY BENTINCK.-A white crape Laly HAWKESBURY.--A superb petticoat of petticoat, richly embroidered in silver vine; white buff crape, richly embroidered with silver, in crape draperies and silver to correspond; the stripes of laurel; the train of buff crape, worked draperies suspended with rich silver cord and in silver, and trimmed with lace, looped up with tassels. a silver card; head-dress, buff ostrich feathers, ll Lady BINNING-A straw-coloured petticoat, with a profusion of diamonds, a mojt superb with drapery of white crape and silver; the robe diamond necklace and cross.

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Hon. Lady H. CAVENDISH.--Petticoat of Lady WillS.-We have seldom witnessed white crape, ornamented with fine lace drapery, any thing more splendid than her Ladyship's fastened up with branches of white lilac, terininal- dress : she wore a petticoat of white Imperial net ing on the left side with a Circassian sash, trimmed bordered with silver, the draperies were of lilac tu correspond ; train of white crape; head-dress, crape, ornamented with a most superb silver feathers and pearls.

Vandyke, and fastened with large silver tassels, Lady GEORGIANA MORPETH - Petticoat of train of Inperial net, Vandyke border of silver Co white crapè, tastefully ornamented with wreaths correspond with the train ; head-dress, a profusion of ivy; draperies trimmed with blond; body and of beautiful diamonds, train to correspond; head-dress, feathers and L Lady GARDNER.-A petricoat of brown crape

richly embroidered with gold, and festooned with Dowager Lady Essex-A gold and white large gold cord and tassels; draperies also of taffety perricoat and train, with crape draperies, brown crape beautifully spangled with gold; her ornamented with gold fringe and green wreaths. | Ladyship's petticoat looked very elegant.

Lady CourtENAY-A rich white crape dress, Lady RENDLESHAM -A petticoat of green beautifully ornamented with a shower of gold, I crape richly spangled, and drapery to correspond, and wreaths of roses.

fastened with gold cords and tassels; her ladyship Lady Louisa ADDERLY-A very rich dress of looked extremely well. amber crape, with torders of embossed silver, a Lady MilNES.-Elegant white crape petticoat, la-Grec pattern. Head-dress, a bandeau of ornamented with rich blond lace, and satin train diamonds, and a single ostrich feather of straw of lilac sarsnet, ornamented with silver. colour.

The Hon. Mrs. DRUMMOND -White crape Lady Birch-A white sarsnet robe or petri. petticoat, tastefully embroidered with silver coat, richly embroidereil in silver. Head-dress leaves; at the bottom of the petticoat a beauto correspond.

tiful wreath border, embroidered with silver; the Lady MARY PARKER-A dove-coloured pet- | drapery of primrose crape, ornamented with ticoat uncommonly richly einbroidered with silver and point lace. silver in elegant chains across; the border ser The Hon. Mrs. CORNWALL--Petticoat of primpentine pattern, a fall of embroidered points on rose crape, most beautifully and richly embroider. the side; robe and head-dresss to correspond. ed with silver draperies of the same in a mosaic

Lady A. CLAVERING.-A white petticoat, pattern; ornainented with silver Parisian triin. trimmed round the bottom with china pearls, and ming, and confined tastefully with cord and yellow; the drapery of yellow crape, with very tassels. rich border, embroidered in china pearls, antique The Hon. Mrs. GEORGE HERBERT.-A mag. Mosaic pattern, with scarf of yellow sarsnet, pro- | nificent silver robe and coat, entirely covered with fusely ornamented with pearl; the robe of yellow a shower of spangles, the draperies tied up with elegantly trimmed with pearls, and beautiful very large zephyr and cords, and finished with a Brussels lace. The head ornainented with yellow superb silver fringe. Head-dress a beautiful pearl and white feathers and diamonds.

wreath, and seven ostrich feathers. Lady Frances Pratt.-A primrose sarsnet Hon. Mrs. Percy, presented on her marriage, petricoat, covered with rich Brussels lace draperies; || was most appropriately dressed in an elegantis the bottom of the petticoat elegantly ornamented. simple white crape dress, trimmed with daisies

Lady MOLYNEUX.-Body and train of lilac and liburnums. crape, ornainented with blond lace and bugles ; || Mrs. C. LONG.-A yellow crape petticoat and while crape petticoat, with a rich embroidered | drapery, with Mosaic border, superbly embroiderborder of bugles, and satin drapery of the same, ed in silver; train yellow crape, with silver. » drawn up with tassels, &c. &c.

Mrs. VERNON GRAHAM.A superb petticoat Lady DE DUNSTANVILLE--United elegance of pale yellow crape, elegantly embroidered with and simplicity in her dress, which consisted of a a deep silver border, draperies of ditto richly white crape petticoat, ornamented with a beauti. grounded with spangles, and border to correspond, ful border, composed of rich point lace, inter ll finished with large silver rope and tassels; body mixed with blue crape, which produced an effect and train of pale yelluw, richly embroidered with at once pleasing and elegant; head-dress, dia silver, and finished with summer-point. Headmonds and feathers.

dress, yellow feathers and diamonds. Lady BEAUCHAMP-A white crape petticoat | Mrs. FISHER.---A white and silver dress, with elegantly ornamented with rich bandeaus of a lilac robe. beads, and a chain of rich figured satin ; her Mrs. HuskiSSON.- A yellow crape petticoat, Ladyship's head dress consisted of white feathers with a painted Etruscan border; train to corresand diamonds most tastefully arranged.

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The Hon. Mrs. Rocne---Lilac and silver. 1! Hon. Miss SHORE.-A dress of white crape,

Mrs. GAMBIER.- Blue crape petticoat, with || edged with sprigs of embossed silver, and orna. · elegant draperies of crape and beads, ornamented mented with bunches of lilac flowers.

with cords and tassels of beads; blue crape train, Hon. Miss BASSETT.A dress of pale green beautifully trimmed to correspoud.

crape and silver, draperies edged with borders of Mrs. CHAMPNEYS.-White crape body and embossed silver, in Vandyke; head-dress, feathers train, trinuned with lace; petticoat of the same, and diamonds. drapery fastened up with large bunches of wall Hon. Miss ALLEN.A handsome dress of pink flowers.

spider gauze, ornamented with wreaths of frosted Mrs. A. STANHOPE, A dress of blue crape, li flowers. richly embroidered in silver ; head-dress, plume The Hon. Misses Cust.-Lace dresses, lined of feathers and diamonds.

with blue. Mrs. CRUCHLY.A splendid dress of white, | Three Hon. Misses IRBY- Dresses of prin. richly einbroidered in silver, the draperies edged rose crape, embroidered with steel bugles, and with wreaths of matted silver shells, looped up ornamented with beads and bows of rib bon; with chains of matted silver; head-dress, feathers robes of primrose crape, trimmed to correspond and diamonds.

with the dress. Mrs. LAWRELL.-A dress of green satin and Hon. Miss DRUMMOND.-A superb rich silver gauze, richly trimmed with chains and fringe of gauze petticoat, ornamented with wreaths of green bugles, ornamented with bunches of grapes and rich lace; train lavender blue crape. Howers.

Miss GARTH-Yellow crape dress, tastefully Mrs. O'BRIEN.-A very handsome dress of ornamented with silver. white satin and crape, richly embroidered with Miss EvERY--A white crape petticoat, richly silver spangles, the drapery fastened up with embroidered with wreaths of silver grapes and silver rope and arrows; head-dress, feathers and vine-leaves ; an elegant drapery covered with diamonds.

bunches of grapes, in dead and bright foil, the Hon. Miss S. COLEMAN.Rich white satin effect of which was beautiful and novel; round petticoat, with bunches of fine ostrich feather the bottom a wreath of silver grapes; this drapery fringe round the bottom, white crape mantle, terminated with a sash embroidered to corres. draperies edged with the same fringe, and fastened pond, and fastened with superb cord and tassels ; up with ropes and tassels of gold beads; train train elegantly trimmed with silver and pearls. ornamented the same.

The headl.dress, plume of ostrich feathers, mag. The Hon. Miss TOWNSIIEND - Yellow and nificent pearls and lace point. silver dress, the draperies forined in antique ! Miss HIPPESLEY.-A lilac crape petticoat, borders, and ornamented with silver tassels; yellow with a net of beads, and tassels; train the same. crape traio, embroidered with silver.

Miss MACLEOD. A dress of white crape, The Hon. Miss Wilmot appeared in a very || trimmed with satin ribbon. elegant dress of white crape and satin. The Hon. Miss M. ELPHINSTONE - A petti

MARRIED. coat of white crape, trimmed round the bottom with Turkish gold, and draperies of Turkish

On the 2d of June, David Hinckley, Esq. of crape, richly ornamented with gold cord and | Boston, in America, to Miss Outram, of Alfreton, Lassels; train of yellow crape.

Derbyshire.
Hon. Miss CROFTON and Miss A. CROFTON
White sarsnet petticoats, with rich lace draperies
ornamented with beads and white roses; trains

TO CORRESPONDENTS. while crape trimmed with roses.

The continuation of the bingraphy of the Queen Hon. Miss BRUDENELL.-Yellow crape petii | of Naples in our next. coat and draperies, trimmed with broad fringe To some inquiries that have been made we reand tassels; yellow crape train.

ply, that we were indebted for the account of Hon. Miss MONSON - A blue sarsnet petticoat, Madame de Genlis, to a work, entitled Gers with lace draperies; train to correspond; head. lilianu," -a little volume which we cannot too much dress, feathers and silver ornaments.

I recommend to our Readers.

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