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[The lady"s preceptor. Or, A letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness.

Ancourt abbГ© d"

[The lady"s preceptor. Or, A letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness.

by Ancourt abbГ© d"

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Published by Printed by James Parker? in [Woodbridge, N.J.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Conduct of life,
  • Etiquette for women

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTaken from the French of the abbé d"Ancourt, and adapted to the religion, customs, and manners of the English nation. By a gentleman of Cambridge.]
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 8296
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination[4], 56 p
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15553836M

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[Ancourt, abbé d'.]. Eighteenth-Century Manners of Reading Print Culture and Popular Instruction in the Anglophone Atlantic World. or a Letter to a Young Lady of Distinction upon Politeness.

2nd edn. London, Davys, Mary. The Works of Mrs. Davys. Rhetoric Made Familiar and Easy to Young Gentlemen and Ladies. Ancourt, abbé d', The lady's preceptor: Or, a letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness, (London, ). Special Collections: Cardiff Rare Books Collection: Early English Octavos, BJA6.

Astell, Mary. A serious proposal to the ladies, for the advancement of their true and greatest interest. London: Printed for R. Wilkin at the.

A HAND-BOOK OF ETIQUETTE VOH LADIES. i BY AN AMERICAN LADY. Ntbj iorfe: LEAYITT AXD ALLE:7, according to tti^ Art of Congress, in the year 1* by GEORGE S. APPLETON, In tlie Office of U^e of th- District Court cf the Uaited St3l,ea in.

The so many strictures, it is no wonder etiquette manuals abounded in the era and even less wonder that they were diligently studied by young ladies and their mothers alike. References. A Lady of Distinction – Regency Etiquette, the Mirror of Graces ().

R.L. Shep Publications (). The Lady's Preceptor. Or, a Letter to a Young Lady of Distinction Upon Politeness. Taken from the French of the Abbe D'Ancourt, and Adapted to the Religion, Customs, and Manners of the English Nation.

By a Gentleman of Cambridge. The Second Edition, with Alterations and Additions. London: Printed for J. Watts, Octavo. [8], UPON POLITENESS ANCOURT, Abbé d’. The Lady’s Preceptor.

Or, A letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness. Taken from the French of the Abbé d’Ancourt, and adapted to the religion, customs, and manners of the English nation by a edition, with alterations and additions.

Printed for J. Watts: and sold by B. Dod. [viii], 72pp. Get this from a library. The lady's preceptor; or, A letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness. [Ancourt, abbé d'.]. Get this from a library. The lady's preceptor, or, A letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness.

[d' Ancourt, abbé.; Gentleman of Cambridge.]. Get this from a library. The lady's preceptor. Or, A letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness. [Ancourt, abbé d'.; Augusta, Princess of Wales]. The Lady's Preceptor, Or, a Letter to a Lady of Distinction upon Politeness (); extracts from [Edward Moore], Fables for the Female Sex (); extracts from [David Fordyce], Dialogues Concerning Education (); Editorial Notes Volume 4 anon., The Art of Governing a Wife with Rules for Bachelors (); anon.

99 Abbé d'Ancourt, The lady's preceptor; or, a letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness: taken from the French and adapted to the religion, customs, and manners of the English nation (London, ), p. The lady's preceptor or, a letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness.

Taken from the French of the Abbé d'Ancourt, and adapted to the religion, customs, and manners of the English nation. By a gentleman of Cambridge Type: E-Book Online Access: Go to this resource [Eighteenth Century Collections Online] License. The lady's preceptor; or, A letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness.

London, Printed for J. Watts. Item identification number 17; Taken from the French of the abbé d'Ancourt, and adapted to the religion, customs, and manners of the English nation.

by a. Full text of "The lady's guide to perfect gentility, in manners, dress, and conversation also a useful instructor in letter writing etc." See other formats. If it is a young man, we offer him an arm-chair, or a stuffed one; if an elderly man, we insist upon his accepting the arm-chair; if a lady, we beg her to be seated [p 78] upon the ottoman.

If the master of the house receives the visitors, he will take a chair and place himself at a little distance from them; if, on the contrary, it is the.GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. Politeness has been defined as an "artificial good-nature;" but it would be better said that good-nature is natural inspires us with an unremitting attention, both to please others and to avoid giving them offence.

Its code is a ceremonial, agreed upon and established among mankind, to give each other external testimonies of friendship or respect.The inferior should always be introduced to the superior—ladies take precedence of gentlemen; you will present the gentleman to the lady, not the lady to the gentleman.

III. An introduction at a ball for the purpose of dancing does not compel you to recognise the person in the street or in any public place; and except under very peculiar.