Mrs. Linwood begs leave

Mrs. LINWOOD

BEGS Leave to Inform her Friends, and the Public, that she continues her School in BELGRAVE-GATE, LEICESTER, where Young Ladies are Genteely Boarded, and particular Care taken of their Reading, and every other Part of their Education: And Instructed in all Sorts of Frame, Plain, and fine NEEDLE-WORK.—She likewise Teaches any Ladies variety of Work in the Tambour, either in Silk, Sattin, or Muslin: With Gold, Silver, or shaded with Silks.—Gentlemen’s Waistcoats elegantly Embroidered, with Gold, Silk, and Chenille. Also furnishes Designs, for any of the above Work; and all the Materials, as cheap as in LONDON.
* LADIES Shoes ready Worked, in the genteelest Taste; from Half a Guinea, to Fifteen Shillings a Pair.