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“The terms were satisfactorily arranged, and I measured Mrs. Lincoln, took the dress with me, a bright rose-colored moire-antique, and returned the next day to fit it on her.”
“Lincoln looked elegant in her rose-colored moire-antique.”
“I was wearing a white wig with a large black lace cap, and a gown of black moire-antique trimmed with flounces and hanging sleeves of an abominable material known as black Chantilly lace.”
“Her stout, rich black _moire-antique_ gown rustled severely; the yellow ostrich feather in her bonnet waved majestically.”
“She still wore moire-antique dresses and gold chains; and if the dresses were of more simple fashion, and the chains were less obtrusively displayed, she had to thank Mr. Sheldon for the refinement in her taste.”
“She was a woman who thought that the perfection of feminine costume was a moire-antique dress and a conspicuous gold chain.”
“Mrs. Weldon in her violet moire-antique and family diamonds, went through the stately parlors once more to assure herself that everything was _au fait_.”
“She has a pleasing dark face, wore a black velvet head-dress and white carnelian ear-rings, a black moire-antique silk made high in the neck, with white lace falling sleeves and white gloves.”
“There she stood in her rich evening dress of purple moire-antique, with the bandeau of diamonds encircling her night-black hair.”
“She was aroused by the entrance of Mrs. Middleton -- Mrs. Middleton in full carriage-dress -- robe and mantle of mauve-colored moire-antique, a white lace bonnet with mauve-colored flowers, and white kid gloves finished at the wrists with mauve ribbon quillings.”
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