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MARINES OF THE CITY WELCOMED THEIR CHIEF

MARINES OF THE CITY WELCOMED THEIR CHIEF

THE newly appointed Commandant General ofthe Royal Marines, Lt.-Gen. J. C. Westall, C.B., C.B.E., and his wife were the chief guests when officers of the R.M. Forces Volunteer Reserve (City of London) gave their annual ball In an ante-room toasts were being exchanged between Maj
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
ENGAGEMENTS

ENGAGEMENTS

e n g a g i<: m e r s Miss Moira Margaret Redmond eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Aidan Redmond of Upper Wimpole Street W.l, is engaged to he married to Mr. Anthony Frederick (Tony) Love only- son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Love of Stratton St. Margaret Wilts Baron Miss Ann Georgi
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
The Education Of Mr. Smith

The Education Of Mr. Smith

The Education Of Mi*. Smith Criticus THE girl Louisa and her small brother, Nuri, were of English-Polish parentage. The bloody onrush of the German armies swept them from their home in Poland, thence to England, later to the United States of America-- specifically upon the windy,
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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ETHEL MANNIN THE WILD SWANS and other tales based on the Ancient Irish THE three tales here presented are based on three famous ancient Irish legends. The author has kept closely to the original plots and characters, hut has given the stories a modern setting. Decorated. Out Tomo
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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CONDITIONS OF SALE AND SUPPLY: This periodical is sold subject to the following conditions: That it shall not, without the written consent of the publishers first given, be lent, resold, hired out or otherwise disposed of by way of Trade except at the full retail price of 21-, an
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 

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ROSE'S

ROSE'S

"Pity It appears the Hope oj the Side must now retrace his steps leaden-hearted, moist- eyed and dry-throated Hawkins Burn my hatting average and pour out the Rose's When fully refreshed I will challenge you to a desperate game oj noughts and crosses makes thirst worth while LI
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
"ROXY'

"ROXY'

I I vR H| >it^T rpr^m I Qji\\ ri3 I 8* n n?. Note the patent flange the simple but perfect device which forms an air pocket Worn as directed roxy keeps hair absolutely dry. In White and seven colours Three sizes. Price 8/6. Also Roxy polo for Men in Black, White and Navy. L'y Fro
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
TUDOROSE

TUDOROSE

TOKaHBSL ■DUSiBBSB. gAefj I \/welmeM J FULLY FASHIONED liec/tinad
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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M1NTONS LTD M1NTONS LTD MINTON The World's Most Beautiful China STOKE-UPON-TRENT EST. 1793
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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W FOR LUXURY and A THE FINEST FOOD A stay at a 1 f FREDERICK HOTEL 1 IXotvd for Comfort llEXHlLLON-SEA-SACKVil.LF. HOTEL. On soa front, lounge opens on to lawns and promenade. Cocktail lounge. Private suites. HARROGATE HOTEL MAJESTIC. ExoPtio.i cubine, superb service. Magnificent
25 June 1952 - The Tatler - London, London, England