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Title An Essay on Politeness in which the necessity and benefits of being polite, are clearly proved from reason, religion, and philosophy. To which is prefixed an allegorical description of the origin of politeness, by John Harris.
Section Conduct and Politeness
Date 1820
Document Type Pamphlet
Library/Archive Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
Reference 8ºM58 (11) BS
Author John Harris; James McKown
Author (Gender) male
Place of Publication London
Names John Harris; James McKown
Topics conduct, essay, politeness, advice for men, masculinity, courtly behaviour (p20){image number 10}, politics (p22){image number 10}, gentlemen, gentleman (pp26-27){image number 13}, religion, Christianity, social structure
Additional Information Revised and Improved by James McKown. 3rd Edition.
Copyright Bodleian Library, University of Oxford