Title: Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen
Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co, exact date unknown. Research reveals it to be 1876. Very scarce.
Condition: Hardcover, decorative cloth, tiny book. In good condition, firmly bound, with some discolouration of the cover.
This little book was designed to be a useful Manual for those ladies and gentlemen who are sometimes perplexed by doubtful points of etiquette, or by the frequent changes in the fashions of society. It is believed that it will be found to contain all needful information on the most important topics, as well as numerous hints on the habits and usages of the best circles in England.
ETIQUETTE FOR LADIES
INTRODUCTION, DEFINING ETIQUETTE, DRESS, MORNING CALLS, INTRODUCTIONS AND LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION, NOTES OF INVITATION, LETTERS, ETC, MORNING PARTIES, EVENING PARTIES, THE DINNER PARTY, CONVERSATION, VULGAR ERRORS, ETC. THE ETIQUETTE OF WALKING. RIDING, AND DRIVING, THE BALL-ROOM, COUNTRY VISITS, LUNCHEON. ETC, MISCELLANEOUS HINTS, ETIQUETTE OF A WEDDING, MOURNING AND FUNERALS, PRESENTATION AT COURT
ETIQUETTE FOR GENTLEMEN
THE GENTLEMAN, APPEARANCE, DRESS, INTRODUCTIONS LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION, CARDS AND MORNING CALLS, INVITATIONS, THE RIDE AND THE DRIVE, THE PROMENADE, CONVERSATION AND CORRESPONDENCE, THE DINNER-TABLE, THE BALL-ROOM, PARTIES, CONCERTS, AND THEATRES, PUBLIC MEETINGS, PICNICS, TRAVELLING, BOATING, WEDDINGS, STAYING WITH FRIENDS, MOURNING AND VISITS OF CONDOLENCE, CONCLUSION, INDEX