Excerpt from The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal, Vol. 128: For July, 1868-October, 1868
A wrought ﬂowing neckcloth, a sash covered with lace, a coat with short cuffs and reaching hallway between the wrist and elbow the shirts in plaits below; an octagon ring and cane. The last two articles are still preserved. His inventory mentions a silver-laced cloth coat, a velvet ditto, a satin waistcoat embroidered with gold, 1. Trooping scarf and silver hat-hand, golden-topped and embroidered, and a silver-headed cane. (vol. I. P.
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