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ARMSTRONG, Mrs Lucie Heaton
- Etiquette and entertaining
Etiquette and entertaining//by Mrs L. Heaton Armstrong//author of "Etiquette for girls", "The etiquette of parties", "Good form", "Letters to a bride", etc.
19.0 x 10.0 cm Pp [1-4] 5-155 
Binding: illustrated blue cloth.
[Title as 1903]
18.5 x 10.0 cm Pp [1-4] 5-156
18.5 x 12.0 cm Pp [iii-vi] vii-viii 1-302 1-8 publ ads
GB: *LB OB
Date from BMCat.
Binding: green cloth.
The title page is printed in red and black, with the list of contents in bordered-off columns. The contents are listed as 'Visiting cards//paying calls//calls and calling//more about calling// "at homes" in the season//ladies luncheon parties//weddings//more about weddings//before the wedding//after the wedding//supper parties//a valentine party//a cake-walk party//some echoes of the season//"little entertainments"//more entertainments//amusements at country garden parties//country parties//regatta parties//food, and how to eat it// food, and how to serve it//family manners//etiquette between relations// club manners//congratulations and condolence//hints on conversation// meeting and greeting//minor points about manners//engaging a servant// sitting for a portrait//interviewing//foreign etiquette//bridge and bridge parties."
- Good form
Good form. A book of every day etiquette. By Mrs. Armstrong. Author of "Modern etiquette in public and private", and "Doll stories".
17.5 x 11.5 cm Pp [i-v] vi [vii] viii 1-220 [i-ii] blank  2-15  publ ads
GB: LB *OB
Binding: red and black cloth, gilt.
- Letters to a bride
Letters to a bride//including letters to a d#1ebutante//by Lucie Heaton Armstrong//author of "Modern etiquette in public and private', PPPP London: F.V. White & Co 1896
GB: LB *OB
This is not a book of wedding etiquette, despite the title, but has advice for middle-class young women generally on etiquette in various situations. It is written as a series of letters to a niece "Letty' from her "Aunt Priscilla'.
- Etiquette of party giving
Subjects: general etiquette,
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