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The Princess of Wales appeared at Sandown wearing the straight - falling skirt, without a suspicion of steel, cushion, or puff, so that question may be regarded as settled. Everything which the Princess wore on this occasion was of one color, even to her gloves. As for the other ladies, there was little especially noteworthy about their dress, except that the cloaks and coats were somewhat military of aspect, and that the bonnets, which look like a large Alsatian bow, seemed to be favorites. The latge veils were very few in number. >

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 8028, 3 October 1889

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