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THIS white satin shoe \s embroidered with green, yellow, and light red Jlk ; it has latchets for buckles, and the heel, of wood, 24 inches high, is covered with white kid. Attached to the shoe is a slip of antique paper with faded writing, which states that the shoe belonged to Sarah Churchill, the wife of the Great Duke of Marlborough. The clog, which appears on the extreme light of the picture, belongs to the shoe. T me of Queen Anne.

All the above are -n the collection of W. P, Gibbs, Esqr.

The clogs and pattens are of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and are in the collection of the Author.

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