Manners And Rules Of Good Society Or Solecisms To Be Avoided
by A Mamber Of The Aristocracy
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1924. Reveals the proper etiquette to be observed on every occasion. Not only are certain rules laid down and minutely explained but the most comprehensive instructions are given in each chapter respecting every form or phase of the subject.
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