V. Observations on Female Head-dress in England, chiefly subsequent to the date of Mr. Strutt's Remarks in his "Habits of the People of England:" by John Adey Repton, Esq. F.S.A. in a Letter to Nicholas Carlisle, Esq. K.H. F.R.S. Secretary

John Adey Repton
1838 Archaeologia  
As Mr. Strutt, in his "Habits of the People of England," has already given us a very full account of the female head-dress from the earliest periods, accompanied by many curious and interesting engravings, I shall confine my observations on the subject to those of a subsequent date.
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