"Embroidered silk shoes, worn by queen Charlotta at the wedding 1774."(I think. I can't quite make out the blurry text). It's probably Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotta of Holstein-Gottorp, who was queen of Sweden in the very early 19th century.
A PAIR OF PINK GLACÉ KID PUMPS 1790S slashed to reveal ivory silk, trimmed with ruched silk ribbons with paper label in one insole Scott, London Boot & Shoe Maker, Leicester Square, Mrs Kennedy Gough (?)
Ball gown, by Charles Frederick Worth, c. 1872, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Worn by Mrs. William De Forest Manice at the French and English courts during the reigns of Napoleon III and Queen Victoria. When worn on such occasions, the dress had a detachable brocade train, since destroyed. According to the Met, the decorative panels / trimmings are an emulation of Middle Eastern enamels. CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.