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DiUK FITZGERALD'S CATALOGUE. 7 The Ladys mual of Fancy Work; A complete Pi imiructor in every variety of Ornamental Needle-Work - including Applique,Bead-Work' -ork, Crochet m Ebroldery, Golden Tapestry, Knitting, Kmlyting, lace-Work, Blin -Work, French Embroidery, Netting, Orne-Work, Patch-Work, Point-lace, Fbtihosnanie, Tllpl'e D'Auzerre, Tape-ork, TaUing, Transferring, Velvet Bell, Wire-Work, Shadig and Coloring, Printers' Marks, Explanatory Terms, c., ac. With a list of marials and hints for their selection; advice on making up and trimming; a catalogue of ticls suitable for Wedding, Birthday, and New Year Gifts; and a Gloary of French and German terms used in needl'e-work, not to be found In any dictionary. The whole being a complete Lexicon of Fancy Needle-Work. By Mrs. Puus, Editor of the Lmdon and Paris Gazette of Fashion, and Director of the Work-table of Frank Leslie's Mag. azine, Illustrated Magazine, c., kc. Illustrated with over 800 Engravings, by the best artistswith eight large ptern plates, elegantly printed in colors, on tinted paper. Large octave, beautifully bound in fine cloth, with gilt side and back stamp. There is no imagima- be specis of fancy needle-work, knotting, knitting, netting, lace-work, embroidery, crochet, c, c, which may not be found fully illustrated in this volume; and here are complete intructions for the inexperienced, from the pen of one of the ablest of needle-women of the resentoage ............................................................................ Anecdotes of Love. Being a true account of the most re- markabte events connected with the History of Love in all Ages and among all Nations. By LoLa Mosz,Countess of Landsfeldt. Large 12mo, cloth. These romanatic and surprising anecdotes really contain all of themost tragic and comic events connected with the history of the tender passion among all nations and in all area; of the world. It Is precisely the kind rf book which a man will find it impoeslbe to relinquish until he has read it through from the flrst to the last chapter. Andbesides the exciting love histories embraced in this volume, It really contains a great deal of valuable historic lore, which is not to be found except by read- ing through interminable volumes-..................................................... 1 00 Arts of Beauty; or, Secrds of a LAdy' Toilet. With Hints to Gentlemen on the Art of Fascinating. By Madam. LOA Moorm, Countess of Landsfeldt. Cloth, gilt side. This book contains an account, in detail, of all the arts employed by the fashionable ladies ofall the chief cities of Europe, for thepurpose of developing aad preserv- ing their charms. Independent of its rare and really useful matter, the book is a curiosity as a piece of art, itself for the most belicate subjects are handled with a skill and an unex- ceptional proprty ofW language which are really surprising. This work is also full of the curious and ueftul recipes used by the beauties of Europe, and will enable our ladies to sup- ply their toilets, at a trifling cost, with what cannot be purchased at the perfumer's at any cost................ . ............... ......................................... s0 The Family Aquaium. A new Pleasure for the Domes- tic Circle. Being a familiar and complete I upon the subject of the construction, At- ting up stocking and maintenance of the Marine and Fresh Water Aquaria, or River and Ocean dardens. By H. D. BuLxa, Esq. 12mo, cloth, gilt side stamp. This work is a com- plete adaptation to American peculiarities of every species of useful information upon Marine and Fresh Water Aquariums, tobe met with in the elaborate volumes of European authority; together with a careful asoceatration of all the practical results of the author's great experi- ene in the structure and management of Aquaria- ................................. ....... so The Game of Draughts, or Checkers, Simplified and Explained. With practical Diagrams and Illustrations, together with a Checker-board, numbered and printed In red. Containing the Eighteen Standard Games, with over 200 of the best variations, selected from the various authors, together with many original ones never before published. By D. SNOaoD. Bound in cloth with flexible cover ..-........ The Book of 500 Curious Puzzles. Containing a large collection of entertaining Paradoxes, Perplexing Deceptions in Numbers, and amusiag Tricks in Geometry. 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The wh'. bas-l cn many yemrs' experience of an American Houewife. lhustrate.l with Lugrviiug'. AA the Becipes in this Book are written from acing experiments in Cooking. There a.e lo copyings from theoretical cooking recipes. It is a boo of 128 pages, an-I is very cheap-5.......................,.,.,,,,.. I ...... 25 Mg Copies of the above books sent to any address in the United States, free of postage. Send Cash orders to Dick Fitzgerald, Publishers, N. Y.