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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
For the convenience of Subscribers we give below a Form of Order for a Yearly Subscription to the 'Gazette.'
Back numbers (from December, 1875) supplied at tho same rate—viz. 2 Jd. each number, post free.
FORM OP ORDER.
Please forward' The Woman's Gazette ' to Name
2s. dd. enclosed for twelve numbers, from
Address—Messrs. Hatchard, 187 Piccadilly, W.; or, SdrEditor (miss Phillips), 42 Somerset Street, Portman Square, W.
All Post-office Orders payable to M. E. Phillips, 227 Oxford Street: or to Messrs. Hatehard, Post Office, Piccadilly Circus. Stamps can only be received at the rate of 13 to the shilling, on account of loss in exchange.
All Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of la. Gd. for 30 words, and Qd.for every additional 8 words. Trade Advertisements and institutions will be charged according to space. Terms for a series by arrangement.
All should be forwarded, prepaid, to the Sub-Editor, at the Office, 42 Somerset Street, Portman Square, W., before the 22nd day of the month at latest.
Contributions for the 'gazette,' and other communications, should bo addressed to the Editor at the same address.
Back Numrerr of the 'Gazette' for 1876 and 1877, for gratuitous distribution, will be supplied free to Libraries, Institutions, or Private Individuals, on application to the Sub-Editor, and payment of carriage.
THE Office of the Woman's Gazette will be CLOSED from December 24th to January 4th, 1879, inclusive, but Letters will bo forwarded to the Editor, and Answers to Advertisements addressed to the Office will be attended to as usual.
Now Beady. rPHE DUTIES OF WOMEN AS MANAGERS IN 1 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. Price Jrf. each, by post Id., or 100 for 2s. 6if. Being a Beprint from the Woman's Gazette for December, 1878. Also,
T1MPLOYMENT AGENCY FOR WOMEN in connecJ2i tion with the Woman's Gazette. Terms: Correspondence, and Begistration Fee, Is. On an Engagement being concluded, a Fee of 5s. will be charged to each party. For Domestic Servants, an Engagement Fee of 2s. 6d. will be charged to the Employers. Office hours, 11 till 5 o'clock. Saturdays, 11 till 2. Address Miss Phillips, 42 Somerset Street, Portman Square, W.
It is specially rerpusted that Ladies icho have entered tlietr Names upon the Hegistry will communicate any change of address, or acceptance of an engagement; also that those who write to make inquiries will enclose a stamped envelope.
NOTICE.—A largo number of the applications addressed to this Agency being for Domestic Servants of good character, and the demand, especially for Country Situations, greatly exceeding the supply, the Secretary behoves it would be of great service to the readers of the Gazette if Correspondents would supply the Addresses of respectable Agencies in
Country Towns, of whose dealings they have had practical experience, and whose recommendations can bo thoroughly trusted. This list would be kept at the Office, and a copy supplied to mquirers upon receipt of 3d. in stamps. London servants are seldom willing to take service in the country, and thus Ladies applying to London Registries are often disappointed. Ladies having good servants to recommend are likely to hear of situations by sending particulars to this Office.
LIOR particulars of the following, who require Situations,
X apply to Miss Phillips, 42 Somerset St., Portman Sq., W.:
Miss S—Very superior English Governess.
S- T.—A thoroughly experienced Lady-Housekeeper, as
Matron in a Boys' School or Institution. Salary not
less than idl.
A. H.—Lady Housekeeper, or Companion to an Invalid.
Madlle. G.—Experienced Teacher, desires to give Daily Lessons in French, or undertakes Translations.
Miss D—A Lady holding an Honour Certificate of the Cambridge Higher Local, desires an Appointment in a High-class School for Girls, or a Non-resident Engagement in a First-class Private School.
Answehs to the following Advertisements should be addressed 'Care of the Editor of the Woman's Gazette, 42 Somerset Street, London, W.'
N.B.— Particulars of the Situations can be sent to those persons ONLY who enclose a stamped and addressed envelope, and who supply such particulars of themselves and of their qualifications as enable the Advertiser to judge of their suitability for the duties required of thom. The same holds good for persons recommending others for appointments.
1. L. M. H.— A Lady desires to place with a Mistress who will befriend her, a very nice-looking and well-mannered Young Woman, who is an excellent Servant, and can take a situation as Housemaid, Upper or Single, or to Wait on a Lady. Wages in last place, 101.
2. Dame School.— A Lady is willing to undertake a small Village School, where a certificate is not needed.
3. L. M. B.—A Lady of much experience desires employ, ment, daily preferred, as Teacher to Boys. Thorough Latin and Arithmetic, rudiments of Greek, and Grammatical French. Would settle in country, if instruction offered among Farmers, &o.
4. Mrs. S.—A Lady who has a peculiar gift for the control of the Insane, and has had experience in the same, desires to establish a Private Asylum, or to take the post of Besident Superintendent where she would have private apartments.
5. B. B.—Mission Work.— Wanted a Lady-help, who has a thorough knowledge of Cooking, to take a situation in a Mission Home in South Africa.
6. Mrs. C.—A highly respectable Widow, with a Daughter aged 18, desires a situation as Housekeeper or Needlewoman. Understands Plain Needlework and Dressmaking, and Eepairing Boys' Clothes.
7. E. E.—A Lady, who has resided many years in China and Japan, is willing to givo Correspondence or other Lessons in Japanese.
8. F. D.—Can copy Music neatly and well.
9. R. H. B A Clergyman's Widow is open to engagements as Monthly Nurse. Trained, Certificated, and with 2 years' experience.
10. Miss G.—A Lady, aged 30, who has recently resigned a Situation at Suez, is willing to go abroad after Christmas, or take a Situation at home as Nursery Governess to Children under 12, or Mother's Help.
NURSING.—A PROFESSION FOR WOMEN.
Perhaps the most popular form of Nursing School,
An additional advantage in children's hospitals
eighteen may, if they choose, and if they can
Childhen's Hospital, Nottingham.
* We regret that want of space obliges us at the time of going