Gentleman and Lady's Book of Politeness and Propriety of Deportment cover

Gentleman and Lady's Book of Politeness and Propriety of Deportment

Élisabeth Celnart (1796-1865)

1. 01 - Part 1, Introduction - Of Propriety of Deportment, and its Advantages
2. 02 - Part 1, Chapter 1 - Of Propriety of Conduct in Relation to Religious Duties
3. 03 - Part 1, Chapter 2 - Of Propriety of Conduct in Relation to Domestic Duties
4. 04 - Part 1, Chapter 3 - Of Propriety of Conduct in Conjugal and Domestic Relations
5. 05 - Part 1, Chapter 4 - Of Propriety as Regards One's Self
6. 06 - Part 1, Chapter 5 - Of Propriety in Regard to One's Business or Profession
7. 07 - Part 2, Chapter 1 - Of Deportment in the Street
8. 08 - Part 2, Chapter 2 - Of Different Kinds of Visits
9. 09 - Part 2, Chapter 3 - Of the Manner of Receiving Visitors
10. 10 - Part 2, Chapter 4 - Of the Carriage of the Body
11. 11 - Part 2, Chapter 5 - Of Physical Proprieties in Conversation
12. 12 - Part 2, Chapter 6 - Of the Moral Observances in Conversation
13. 13 - Part 2, Chapter 7 - Of Epistolary Composition
14. 14 - Part 2, Chapter 8 - Additional Rules in Respect to the Social Relations
15. 15 - Part 2, Chapter 9 - Of Travelling
16. 16 - Part 3, Chapter 1 - Of Entertainments
17. 17 - Part 3, Chapter 2 - Of Promenades, Parties, and Amusements
18. 18 - Part 3, Chapter 3 - Of Balls, Concerts, and Public Shows
19. 19 - Part 3, Chapter 4 - Of the Duties of Hospitality
20. 20 - Part 4, Chapter 1 - Of Marriage and Baptism
21. 21 - Part 4, Chapter 2 - Of Duties toward the Unfortunate

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A mid-nineteenth century book of etiquette.