GODEY'S LADY'S IiOOK, FOR 1342. The most splendid and valuable Monthiy PeriÃ³dica] ever published. 'Lhe only magazine devoted to Lndies and conducted by Tiembers of Uieir own sex. Composed en tirely of original anieles, by the most einj. nent writera of the age; and embellishedi with a largar number and a greater v,ariety. of costly, elegant and attraciive piclÃ¶riol L luslrations, than any similar pubheation EDITED BY Mrs. Sarah J. Hale, Morton M'Michael Mrs. L, Ei, Sigourney,L. A. Godey. CONTRIBUTORS ro EACH NUMBER. Alias. C. M. Sedgwick, N. P. Willis, Vliss E. LeeÃ¼e, Mrs. C. Leo Hancc. Mrs. E. C. Embury, T. S. Artliur, Theodore S. Fay, Mrs. E. F. Ellet-. ' In announcing to his numerous patr'Ã³Tis Hiid lh public at large, [va arrangementa tur iht; yt-ar 1842, Uw. proprictnr of Godey 's Lidy'd Buokj lakes occasion to acktiowji eugu the iiÃ¼piiralieleL1 and triutnphant succesa of his Mag-iziue, whicli has nowreached' the nxtraorthiiary, muuber offorljj t kousand thor.lhty; bÃ¼inga l;.rer edition than haa ever bueo printed of iny other work of any deacÃ¯ipÃ¼on in America. This sucess he 13 yare tÃas been ottained by the va6t sojÃeriorily wliich the Lady's Book lias niways. niuintaineil uver thc.contemporary magazineB. which havÃ©atlempted to rival its merite, a . suporiority which he id still determined to preserve by keeping it, in all its departmentshterary, iniollectual and moral, aa well ase pictoria!, emblematic, artistic, and mechanU -al. Tiiat thia is n idie boast, hc appeala to the experience. of the past twelve years, Ãn all wliicii time, ffÃ« kas made no promise to the public which he has not strictlypei furmeU, nor underiaken anylhing which his meatis did not enable him to acconiplish to tlie utmost. Entering, as he is about to do, on the 24th Yolume of the Iiady's Book, with increased exieigy and accumulated resources :wiih an ampie knuwJedge of the business in which he Ã8 engaged, acquired by long years of unremilted appheation: with a subscription list unparalleled in the annaJs of literature; with numerous faciÃ¼tiea not possessed by auy other publisher; with wcllciigesied and wide-extended argumente; and â ubove all, with a eteadfast purpose of maia-taÃ¯ning tbs IcÃiy tlcvation hia work Ã±arciicbed, the proprietor !as not hesitateel ta mcnr exjiiJses, wlnet) under other circuÃa slanct's might prove startling, but by meana of which he will be enabled to make tho L dy's Book, the riehest, the rarest, the taosÃ. attractive, and ihc tnost valuable periodical inirinsicul and extrinsically, ever offered Iq '. :fi? ..AmericÃ¶H piÃ¯Wic. Splendidly colored platos of the fashions, . will alsÃ¼ begvvea ee7 monlii, contaming at least four Ãemale figures, and embodying111 every instanco the lutest costames, receiv. ed direclly Ãrom a correspondent at Paris. Address &. A. GODEY, 101 Chesnut street, Philadelphia.