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“A MEMBER OF THE ARISTOCRACY” : MANNERS AND RULES OF GOOD SOCIETY.
London : Frederick Warne & Co., (1955). First Joan Storey edition. An endlessly reprinted Victorian guide to etiquette, which had reached its forty-eighth edition by 1929, but is here fully revised and updated by Joan Storey to take cognizance of the post-war world. With chapters on the hostess; introductions; accidental meetings; hand-shaking; invitations; cards; parties; luncheons; dinners; bridge and cocktail parties; garden parties; tennis; children’s parties; balls; engagements; weddings; christenings; anniversaries; mourning; present giving; special points of etiquette for men; travelling by air, and much else besides.
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WILLOUGHBY, R. : FUNERAL FORMALITIES & OBLIGATIONS : WHAT TO DO WHEN A DEATH OCCURS.
London : Universal Publications, [1936?]. First edition. A practical guide to both the legal formalities and the etiquette involved – from the death onwards, the funeral, the cremation, after the funeral, dealing with property, specimen letters, etc.
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