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30, WELBECK STREET, APRIL, 1852.

MR. NEWBY'S NEW NOVELS.

In the Prrss.

In Three Volumes.

THE BARONET’S FAMILY.

By Miss A. BEALE,
Author of "The Vale of the Towey.”

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By the Author of “The Jilt,” “Courtship and Wedlock," &

In Three Volumes.

A NEW N O V E L.

By the Author of "The Young Doctor,” “Sir Arthur Bouverie," &c.

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The recurrence of the summer solstice invites the full display of Female Beauty-adorning the Fashionable Promenade, the ride, and drive ; in all cases, fervid heat, and its concomitant, dust, materially injure the skin, producing sunburn, tan, freckles, and discolorations, of an almost indelible character. To obviate and eradicate these baneful results, recourse may with confidence be had to

ROWLANDS' KALYDOR, A preparation of vital importance to the sustainment of female beauty, and most refreshing to the complexion, dispelling the cloud of languor and relaxation, allaying all heat and irritability, and immediately affording the pleasing sensation attending restored elasticity and healthful state of the skin. Composed of choice exotics of balsamic nature, utterly free from all mineral adınixture, ROWLANDS' KALYDOR tends to neutralize the effects of atmosphere upon the Skin, and to promote that healthy action of the microscopic vessels, by which its general well-being and the beauty of its appearance are so essentially promoted. Its constant use will transform the bilious and clouded complexion to one of clear spotless white; while it invests the neck, hands, and arms, with delicacy and fairness, and perpetuates the charms which it bestows to the most advanced period of life. "In travelling during the heat and dust of summer, and in cases of sunburn, or stings of insects, its virtues have long been acknowledged.

Its purifying and refreshing properties have obtained its selection by Royalty, and the several courts throughout Europe, together with the élite of the Aristocracy.-Price 4s. 6d. and 8s. 6d. per

bottle.

For

ROWLANDS' AQUA D'ORO, The most fragrant and refreshing Perfume ever yielded by the “Souls of Flowers," combining the spirituous essence and essential properties of the most esteemed and valuable exotic flowers and plants, without any one being in the ascendant. It retains its fresh and delightful odorousness for days. The rich aroma of this elaborately distilled perfume is gently stimulating to the nerves-soothing and reviving exhausted nature. fainting fits, lowness of spirits, lassitude, oppression from over-crowded rooms, the fatigues of dancing, or during visits to the sick, the inhalation of impure air, or intense Summer heat, its uses cannot be over-estimated. In all such cases-a small portion should be drunk, diluted with water. It may also be sprinkled on the floor, or about the room, as a means of purifying the atmosphere.

Travellers, and residents in warm climates, will fully appreciate its invigorating and refreshing properties; and gentlemen after smoking should rinse the mouth with a small quantity, to restore the breath to sweetness and purity. It is a valuable accompaniment to the bath, and is therefore an essential requisite to all persons of taste and fashion.—Price 3s. 6d.

N.B.-A Golden Fountain of the AQUA D'ORO was exhibited at the Crystal Palace.

BEWARE OF SPURIOUS I MITATIONS!!! The only Genuine of each bears the name of "ROWLANDS'' preceding that of the article on the Wrapper or Label.

SOLD BY
A. Rowland & Sons, 20, Hatton Garden, London,

AND BY CHEMISTS AND PERFUMERS.

per bottle.

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THE

BARONET'S

FAMILY.

CHAPTER I.

And after him came next the chill December,

Yet he, through merry feasting which he made, And great bonfires, did not the cold remember, His Saviour's birth his mind so much did glad.

SPENSER'S Faërie Queen.

LLEWÉLLEN PARK, or, as its ancient retainers loved to call it, Plas Llewellen, was a fine, ancestral place. The entrance to the park was by a massive iron gateway, supported by huge, stone pillars, upon each of which, a grim lion had reposed for centuries.

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