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URNER, Nathan D.   


  • Always
  • Subjects: etiquette for men, satire,

    • 1. Always: a manual of etiquette for the guidance of either sex into the empurpled penetration of fashionable life. By Mentor, author of "Never".
      1884
      13.0 x 10.0 cm   Pp [1-3] 4-5 [6-9] 10-96   [6d  
      GB:   *LB  

      Date from BMCat.
      Binding: white card.
      The price is given in a publisher's advertisement. This was originally written for an American audience and first published in New York in 1884. It is a satire on manners addressed more to men than to women.

  • Never
  • Subjects: etiquette for men, satire,

    • 1. Never: a handbook for the uninitiated and inexperienced aspirants to refined society's giddy heights and glittering attainments. By Mentor.
      [1884]
      13.0 x 10.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-7 [8-11] 12-95   [6d  
      GB:   *LB  

      Date from BMCat.
      Binding: white card.
      The price is given in a publisher's advertisement.
      This is a satirical work addressed to men, with chapters on making and receiving calls, meals, walking, language, dress, personal habits and public entertainments. There was an earlier New York edition in 1883.


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