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9:30am on Tuesday, 21st June, 2011:
I bought five editions from (well how about that?) 1869 of Peterson's Ladies National Magazine, an American magazine for women that is a lot more interesting than the rather more turgid Gentleman's Magazine despite its obsession with French fashion and how to tie your hair in elaborate knots. I particularly liked this from the January issue:
You don't find that kind of thing in women's magazines today. Mind you, you don't find sulphuric acid on sale in the shops, either.
Referenced by Changing Fashions.
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