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Title Courtship as it is, and as it Ought to be by a Careful Observer of the First; and a Practical Experimentalist in the latter
Section Conduct and Politeness
Date 1877
Document Type Printed Book
Library/Archive Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
Reference 256 f.1154
Publisher William Walker & Sons
Place of Publication Otley
Topics conduct, advice for men and women, fiction, courtship, masculinity, femininity, advertisements, adverts, love, sensibility, romance, food, drink, table manners, banquet (pp55-63,){image number 28}, tea-table (p101){image number 51}, dress (pp102, 107){image number 52}, business (pp22, 143){image number 12}, servants, domestic service (pp27, 29, 38, 44){image number 14}, parenting, parental influence (p100){image number 51}, law, criminal justice, crime, attempted murder (p160){image number 81}, bravery (p175){image number 88}
Copyright Bodleian Library, University of Oxford