Encyclopaedia of Etiquette

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Encyclopaedia of Etiquette

It is not permitted, however rainy the day may be and however fine and fresh her unprotected bonnet, for a woman to accept the shelter of an umbrella offered by a man who is a stranger to her. But when a woman is rescued from some peril by a man whom she does not know, it is right for her to follow the natural expression of her thanks by asking, May I know to whom I am indebted for such valuable assistance?-from "In Public"What are the duties of the debutante at an afternoon tea? Is one expected to tip the servants when one is a guest in another's home? Such were the conundrums that bedeviled proper ladies and gentlemen in times past, and Emily Host, etiquette maven, had all the answers. If you've ever wondered whether 14 courses are required at a dinner party or if it's acceptable to serve only 8, how to deal with the awkwardness of a stranger who leaves a calling card, the best man's duty with regards to the groom's hat and gloves during the wedding ceremony, how to dress for the opera, or whether it is acceptable for a young lady to bring a maid with her to a weekend house party, then this is the book for you.This 1921 edition of her classic guide to excruciatingly proper behavior is a delightful throwback to a more elegant time.

Encyclop dia of manners and etiquette comprising Chesterfield s advice to his son And The young man s own book etc

OF MANNERS AND ETIQUETTE , COMPRISING CHESTERFIELD'S ADVICE TO HIS SON , ON MEN AND MANNERS . ... “ It is a man's manners that make his fortune . " - Corn . Nepos . ... MDCCCL . ADVERTISEMENT . THERE is not in our own , or ENCYCLOPÆDIA.

Encyclop  dia of manners and etiquette  comprising Chesterfield s advice to his son     And  The young man s own book  etc


Everyman s Encyclop dia of Etiquette

What to Write, what to Do, what to Wear, what to Say; a Book of Manners for Everyday Use Emily Holt ... Street - car etiquette , 375 , 376 . Public balls , 167-171 . Punch , at balls , 137 . ... Servants 492 Encyclopædia of Etiquette • 372.

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Encyclopaedia of Etiquette

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Encyclopaedia of Etiquette

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Adversaries of Dance

F. Beezely ] , Our Manners and Social Cus- toms : A Practical Guide to Deportment , Easy Manners , and Social Etiquette ( Chicago and Philadelphia : Elliott and Beezely , 1891 ) , 223 ; Emily Holt , Encyclopaedia of Etiquette ( New York ...

Adversaries of Dance

Whether in the private parlor, public hall, commercial "dance palace," or sleazy dive, dance has long been opposed by those who viewed it as immoral--more precisely as being a danger to the purity of those who practiced it, particularly women. In Adversaries of Dance, Ann Wagner presents a major study of opposition to dance over a period of four centuries in what is now the United States. Wagner bases her work on the thesis that the tradition of opposition to dance "derived from white, male, Protestant clergy and evangelists who argued from a narrow and selective interpretation of biblical passages," and that the opposition thrived when denominational dogma held greater power over people's lives and when women's social roles were strictly limited. Central to Wagner's work, which will be welcomed by scholars of both religion and dance, are issues of gender, race, and socioeconomic status. "There are no other works that even begin to approach this definitive accomplishment." --Amanda Porterfield, author of Female Piety in Puritan New England

Encyclop dia Americana

Chamouilly , in the department of the Up- ETIQUETTE ( French ; a ticket ) ; primaper Marne . He went to Paris in 1796 , rily an account of ceremonies ; hence , in and was at first engaged in editing some present usage , forms of ...

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Chambers s Encyclop dia Ele Gon

ETIQUETTE ( Fr. a ticket , supposed to be from the Celtic tocyn , a little piece or slip - a token ) . Originally , etiquette signified a little piece of paper affixed to a bag or other object to signify its contents .

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Chambers s encyclop dia

ETIQUETTE ( Fr. a ticket , supposed to be from the Celtic tocyn , a little piece or slip - a token ) . Originally , etiquette signified a little piece of paper affixed to a bag or other object to signify its contents .

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Chambers s Encyclop dia ELE to GON

ETIQUETTE ( Fr. a ticket , supposed to be from the Celtic tocyn , a little piece or slip - a token ) . Originally , etiquette signified a little piece of paper affixed to a bag or other object to signify its contents .

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Encyclopaedia of Etiquette What to Write What to Do What to Wear What to Say A Book of Manners for Everyday Use

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Encyclopaedia of Etiquette  What to Write  What to Do  What to Wear  What to Say  A Book of Manners for Everyday Use

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Chambers s Encyclop dia

ETIQUETTE - ETNA . leather , and paper . From the coal - field on which off from the chain of mountains which run parallel St E. is situated , about 600,000 tons of coal are with the northern shore of the island , by a small raised ...

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The Complete Home an Encyclop dia of Domestic Life and Affairs

GOOD MANNERS IN THE HOME . WHAT AUNT SOPHRONIA THINKS IS FAMILY COURTESY . FRACE WINTON came in to see me for a little while yesterday , and when she left I fell to thinking of the remark made by a famous essayist : “ A beautiful form ...

The Complete Home  an Encyclop  dia of Domestic Life and Affairs

Describes the necessities and fundamentals of housekeeping and cookery, as well as how to rear healthy, well-mannered children, while encouraging women to take the time to read and learn. This book was originally sold door to door by subscription.

Chambers s Encyclop dia

ETIQUETTE ( Fr. a ticket , supposed to be from the Celtic tocyn , a little piece or slip - a token ) . Originally , etiquette signified a little piece of paper affixed to a bag or other object to signify its contents .

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Encyclop dia Americana

ETIQUETTE ( French ; a ticket ) ; primarily an account of ceremonies ; hence , in present usage , forms of ceremony or decorum ; the forms which are observed towards particular persons in particular places , especially in courts and on ...

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Chambers s Encyclop dia

ETIQUETTE - ETNA . leather , and paper . From the coal - field on which off from the chain of mountains which run parallel St E. is situated , about 600,000 tons of coal are with the northern shore of the island , by a small raised ...

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Encyclop dia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts Sciences and General Literature

Etiquette Englishman can become a permanent occupant of such countries as Brazil or India , is a truly ethnological problem , and also one of no mean importance . Akin to this is the valuation of the effects of civilization , and the ...

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