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MADAME LOTTIE WILMOT.

Madame Lottie Wilmot delivered her i opening lecture at the Town Hall last i evening to a moderate audience. This i lecture was upon the interesting topic of “Courtship and Marriage.” Madame i Wilmot has a pleasing delivery, perfect - self possession, and’ a good o£.' .< j language. She speaks with great rapidity, , too rapidly indeed. If the lecturesa told p her hearers little that was novel about i “ courtship and marriage,” she at least - told them much that was worth the telling, f and |tendered some excellent advice on “when to marry, how to marry, and 5 whom to marry.” The lecture waa interspersed with sundry “ goaks, aaArtemiu Ward would say, some of them old some E of them new, but all very enjoyable. Maniy' people appear to be afraid that . Wilmot yill tell them something i. very' naughty if they attend her lecturer : We Qan ohly say that the lecture we heard ■ “ iii

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aat night was perfectly unobjectionable in every respect, and the leoturesa’ views on “courtship and marriage ” were of the most ortnodox description. To-night Madame Wilmot will deliver the second lecture. At the conclusion of the lecture last evening, Madame Wilmot sat in circle in her private sitting-room at her hotel, for the investigation of spiritualistic phenomena. _____

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MADAME LOTTIE WILMOT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 501, 25 November 1881

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MADAME LOTTIE WILMOT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 501, 25 November 1881

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