Ladies and gentlemen"s pocket companion of etiquette and manners with the rules of polite society, to which is added hints on dress, courtship, etc by American

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Published by Stearns and Co. in New York .

Written in English

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  • Etiquette

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Roorbach, 1820-1852; no imprint date given.

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Statementby an American
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Pagination84 p. ;
Number of Pages84
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Open LibraryOL24668023M
OCLC/WorldCa8962027

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Turn off your cell phone when dining with others, even in casual settings. Learn the art of polite conversation so you can carry your weight at a party.

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Always write notes of invitation or acceptance in the third person. 13 rules of etiquette for a real gentleman. #4 Mind your basic table manners. If you don’t practice this at home when you’re eating takeout in front of the TV, make it a point to at least read about it online.

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