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PDF: How to Be Polite, 1887

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<strong>How to Be Polite: 

In Church, Society, Theatres, Street Cars, Drawing Rooms

At Home, Table, Funerals, Weddings, Receptions

How to Eat, to Act, to Talk, to Dress.

When to Make Calls, to Give Introductions

How to Receive Guests, to Carve at Table.</strong>

 

One original 1887 rare booklet is available. it is in fair condition with chips taken from the cover, spots, and mellowed interior. All pages present. 24-pages of editorial text, plus advertising pages.

 

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Excerpts:

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<li>Avoid satire and sarcasm.</li>

<li>Never repeat a word that was not intende for repetion.</li>

<li>praise of beauty is offensive</li>

<li>Do not talk to hear yourself</li>

<li>Lay aside affected silly etiquette for the natural dictates of the heart</li>

<li>Avoid oddity. Eccentricity is hallow vanity</li>

<li>Never discourse upon your ailments.</li>

<li>Never prompt a slow speaker, as if you had al the ability.</li>

<li>Do not appear to notice inaccuracies of speech in others</li>

<li>Do not be unduly familiar; you will merit contempt if you are</li>

<li>Do not feel it incumbent upon yuourself to carry your point in conversation</li>

<li>Never explain at the table why certain foods do not agree with you</li>

<li>Do not make the first call, if you are a new-comer to the neighborhood</li>

<li>and much, much, more!

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How to Be Polite: In Church, Society, Theatres, Street Cars, Drawing Rooms At Home, Table, Funerals, Weddings, Receptions How to Eat, to Act, to Talk, to Dress. When to Make Calls, to Give Introductions How to Receive Guests, to Carve at Table.
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