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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 268 pages of information about Our Deportment.
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CHAPTER I.1
CHAPTER II.4
MANNERS AS AN ELEMENT OF SUCCESS.4
MANNER AN INDEX OF CHARACTER.5
THE TRUE GENTLEMAN.5
THE TRUE LADY.6
THE IMPORTANCE OF TRIFLES.7
VALUE OF PLEASING MANNERS.7
MANNERS AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE.7
FORTUNES MADE BY PLEASING MANNERS.8
CULTIVATION OF GOOD MANNERS.8
POLITENESS.9
CHAPTER III.9
PROMISCUOUS INTRODUCTION.9
AN INTRODUCTION A SOCIAL ENDORSEMENT.10
UNIVERSAL INTRODUCTIONS.10
THE INTRODUCTION OF A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY.10
INFORMAL INTRODUCTION.10
INTRODUCTIONS AT A BALL.11
THE MANNER OF INTRODUCTION.11
CASUAL INTRODUCTIONS.12
INTRODUCING RELATIVES.12
BESTOWING OF TITLES.12
OBLIGATORY INTRODUCTIONS.12
THE OBLIGATION OF AN INTRODUCTION.12
THE SALUTATION AFTER INTRODUCTION.12
THE FIRST TO RECOGNIZE.13
THE “CUT DIRECT.”13
MEETING IN THE STREET.13
INTRODUCING YOURSELF.13
ABOUT SHAKING HANDS.13
LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION.13
DELIVERING A LETTER OF INTRODUCTION.14
THE DUTY OF THE PERSON ADDRESSED.14
LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.14
CHAPTER IV.15
SALUTATION ORIGINALLY AN ACT OF WORSHIP.15
SALUTATIONS OF DIFFERENT NATIONS.16
THE BOW.16
RETURNING A BOW.17
THE MANNER OF BOWING.17
DUTIES OF YOUNG TO OLDER PEOPLE.17
HOW TO AVOID RECOGNITION.18
ON PUBLIC PROMENADES.18
A SMILING BOW.18
DEFERENCE TO ELDERLY PEOPLE.18
WORDS OF SALUTATION.18
SHAKING HANDS.18
ETIQUETTE OF HANDSHAKING.18
THE KISS.19
THE KISS OF FRIENDSHIP.19
KISSING IN PUBLIC.19
THE KISS OF RESPECT.20
CHAPTER V.20
MORNING CALLS.20
EVENING CALLS.20
RULES FOR FORMAL CALLS.20
RULES FOR SUMMER RESORTS.21
CALLS MADE BY CARDS.22
RECEPTION DAYS.22
CALLS AFTER BETROTHAL.22
THE CARDS AND CALLS OF STRANGERS.22
RETURNING A FIRST CALL.23
FORMING ACQUAINTANCE.23
THE FIRST CALL.23
CALLS OF CONGRATULATION.23
P.P.C.  CALLS.23
VISITS OF CONDOLENCE.24
EVENING VISITS.24
KEEP AN ACCOUNT OF CALLS.24
CALLS OF CEREMONY AMONG FRIENDS.24
GENERAL RULES REGARDING CALLS.25
NEW-YEAR’S CALLS.26
CHAPTER VI.28
GENERAL INVITATIONS.28
LIMIT OF A PROLONGED VISIT.28
TRUE HOSPITALITY.28
DUTIES OF THE VISITOR.28
INVITATIONS TO GUESTS.29
FORBEARANCE WITH CHILDREN.29
GUESTS MAKING PRESENTS.30
TREATMENT OF A HOST’S FRIENDS.30
LEAVE-TAKING.30
CHAPTER VII.30
CALLING CARDS.31
WEDDING CARDS.31
CHRISTMAS AND EASTER CARDS.31
CARDS TO SERVE FOR CALLS.31
ENCLOSING A CARD IN AN ENVELOPE.31
SIZE AND STYLE OF VISITING OR CALLING CARDS.31
CORNERS OF CARDS TURNED DOWN.32
CARD FOR MOTHER AND DAUGHTER.32
GLAZED CARDS.32
P.P.C.  CARDS.32
CARDS OF CONGRATULATION.32
LEAVE CARDS IN MAKING FIRST CALL.32
LEAVE CARDS AFTER AN INVITATION.33
CARDS IN MEMORIAM.33
CARDS OF CONDOLENCE.33
MOURNING CARDS.33
A BRIDEGROOM’S CARD.33
CHAPTER VIII.34
IMPORTANCE OF CONVERSING WELL.34
TRAINING CHILDREN.34
CULTIVATING THE MEMORY.34
HENRY CLAY’S MEMORY OF NAMES.35
WRITING AS AN AID TO CORRECT TALKING.35
REQUISITES FOR A GOOD TALKER.35
VULGARISMS.35
LISTENING.36
FLIPPANCY.36
BE SYMPATHETIC AND ANIMATED.36
COMPLIMENTS.37
SLANG.37
FLATTERY.37
SCANDAL AND GOSSIP.37
RELIGION AND POLITICS.37
SATIRE AND RIDICULE.38
TITLES.38
CHRISTIAN NAMES.38
INTERRUPTION.38
ADAPTABILITY IN CONVERSATION.38
CORRECT USE OF WORDS.39
SPEAKING ONE’S MIND.39
UNWISE EXPRESSION OF OPINION.40
PROFANITY.40
PUBLIC MENTION OF PRIVATE MATTERS.40
OSTENTATIOUS DISPLAY OF KNOWLEDGE.40
PRUDERY.40
DOUBLE ENTENDRES.40
INDELICATE WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS.41
VULGAR EXCLAMATIONS.41
WIT.41
DISPLAY OF EMOTIONS.41
IMPERTINENT QUESTIONS.41
THE CONFIDENCE OF OTHERS.41
USE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE.41
PRETENSES.42
DOGMATIC STYLE OF SPEAKING.42
FAULT-FINDING.42
CONVERSING WITH LADIES.42
HOBBIES.42
THINGS TO BE AVOIDED.43
CHAPTER IX.44
WHOM TO INVITE.44
INVITATIONS.44
MANNER OF WRITING INVITATIONS.45
INVITATION ACCEPTED.45
INVITATION DECLINED.45
INVITATION TO TEA-PARTY.45
FAILING TO FILL AN ENGAGEMENT.46
PUNCTUALITY.46
THE SUCCESS OF A DINNER.46
THE TABLE APPOINTMENTS.46
ASSIGNING PARTNERS FOR DINNER.46
INTRODUCTIONS.47
ARRANGEMENTS OF GUESTS AT THE TABLE.47
DINNER A LA RUSSE.47
DUTIES OF SERVANTS.47
SOUP.48
FISH.48
THE SIDE DISHES.48
GENERAL RULES REGARDING DINNER.48
WAITING ON OTHERS.49
PRAISING DISHES.49
MONOPOLIZING CONVERSATION.49
PICKING TEETH AT THE TABLE.49
SELECTING A PARTICULAR DISH.49
DUTIES OF HOSTESS AND HOST.50
RETIRING FROM THE TABLE.50
ACCEPTING HOSPITALITY A SIGN OF GOOD-WILL.50
CALLS AFTER A DINNER PARTY.50
RETURNING HOSPITALITY.50
EXPENSIVE DINNERS NOT THE MOST ENJOYABLE.51
WINES AT DINNERS.51
CHAPTER X.52
THE BREAKFAST.52
LUNCHEON.53
DINNER.53
THE KNIFE AND FORK.53
GREEDINESS.53
GENERAL RULES ON TABLE ETIQUETTE.53
CHAPTER XI.54
THE DRESS.55
THE REFRESHMENTS.55
INVITATIONS.55
MUSICAL MATINEES.55
PARTIES IN THE COUNTRY.55
SUNDAY HOSPITALITIES.56
FIVE O’CLOCK TEA, COFFEE AND KETTLE-DRUMS.56
MORE FORMAL ENTERTAINMENTS.56
BALLS.56
PREPARATIONS FOR A BALL.57
THE MUSIC.57
THE DANCES.57
INTRODUCTIONS AT A BALL.57
RECEIVING GUESTS.58
AN AFTER-CALL.58
SUPPER.58
THE NUMBER TO INVITE.59
DUTIES OF GUESTS.59
SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR GENTLEMEN.59
DUTIES OF AN ESCORT.60
GENERAL RULES FOR BALLS.60
CHAPTER XII.62
THE STREET MANNERS OF A LADY.62
FORMING STREET ACQUAINTANCES.62
RECOGNIZING FRIENDS IN THE STREET.62
A CROWDED STREET.63
INTRUSIVE INQUIRIES.63
THE FIRST TO BOW.63
ALWAYS RECOGNIZE ACQUAINTANCES.63
BOWING TO STRANGERS WITH FRIENDS.63
DO NOT LACK POLITENESS.63
TALKING WITH A LADY IN THE STREET.63
LADY AND GENTLEMAN WALKING TOGETHER.64
OFFERING THE ARM TO A LADY.64
KEEPING STEP.64
OPENING THE DOOR FOR A LADY.64
ANSWERING QUESTIONS.64
SMOKING UPON THE STREETS.64
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR.64
CARRYING PACKAGES.64
SHOUTING.64
TWO GENTLEMEN WALKING WITH A LADY.65
CROSSING THE STREET WITH A LADY.65
FULFILLING AN ENGAGEMENT.65
WALKING WITH A LADY ACQUAINTANCE.65
PASSING BEFORE A LADY.65
SHOPPING ETIQUETTE.65
ETIQUETTE FOR PUBLIC CONVEYANCES.66
AVOID CUTTING.66
AVOIDING CARRIAGES.66
KEEP TO THE RIGHT.66
SOME GENERAL SUGGESTIONS.66
CHAPTER XIII.67
CONDUCT IN CHURCH.67
INVITATION TO OPERA OR CONCERT.68
CONDUCT IN OPERA, THEATER OR PUBLIC HALL.69
REMAIN UNTIL THE PERFORMANCE CLOSES.69
CONDUCT IN PICTURE-GALLERIES.70
CONDUCT AT CHARITY FAIRS.70
CONDUCT IN AN ARTIST’S STUDIO.70
GENTLEMEN PASSING BEFORE LADIES.71
WHERE GENTLEMEN MAY KEEP THEIR HATS ON.71
CHAPTER XIV.71
DUTIES OF AN ESCORT.72
THE DUTY OF A LADY TO HER ESCORT.72
A LADY TRAVELING ALONE.72
LADIES MAY ASSIST OTHER LADIES.73
THE COMFORT OF OTHERS.73
ATTENDING TO THE WANTS OF OTHERS.73
READING WHEN TRAVELLING.73
OCCUPYING TOO MANY SEATS.73
RETAINING POSSESSION OF A SEAT.74
DISCRETION IN FORMING ACQUAINTANCES.74
CHAPTER XV.74
LEARNING TO RIDE.75
THE GENTLEMAN’S DUTY AS AN ESCORT.75
ASSISTING A LADY TO MOUNT.75
RIDING WITH LADIES.75
ASSISTING A LADY TO ALIGHT FROM HER HORSE.75
DRIVING.76
ASSISTING LADIES TO ALIGHT.76
TRUSTING THE DRIVER.76
CHAPTER XVI.76
A GENTLEMAN’S CONDUCT TOWARD LADIES.76
A LADY’S CONDUCT TOWARD GENTLEMEN.77
PREMATURE DECLARATION.77
THOROUGH ACQUAINTANCE AS A BASIS FOR MARRIAGE.78
PROPER MANNER OF COURTSHIP.78
PARENTS SHOULD EXERCISE AUTHORITY OVER DAUGHTERS.78
A WATCHFUL CARE REQUIRED BY PARENTS.78
AN ACCEPTABLE SUITOR.79
REQUIREMENTS FOR A HAPPY MARRIAGE.79
PROPOSALS OF MARRIAGE.80
DO NOT PRESS AN UNWELCOME SUIT.80
A LADY’S FIRST REFUSAL.80
A LADY’S POSITIVE REFUSAL.81
TRIFLING WITH A LADY.81
A DOUBTFUL ANSWER.81
HOW TO TREAT A REFUSAL.81
UNLADYLIKE CONDUCT TOWARD A SUITOR.81
THE REJECTED SUITOR.82
PRESENTS AFTER ENGAGEMENT.82
CONDUCT OF THE FIANCEE.82
THE POSITION OF AN ENGAGED WOMAN.82
POSITION OF AN ENGAGED MAN.82
THE RELATIONS OF AN ENGAGED COUPLE.83
LOVERS’ DISPUTES.83
BREAKING AN ENGAGEMENT.83
CHAPTER XVII.84
THE BRIDEMAIDS AND GROOMSMEN.84
THE BRIDAL COSTUME.84
COSTUMES OF THE BRIDEGROOM AND USHERS.84
PRESENTS OF THE BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.84
CEREMONIALS WHEN THERE ARE NO USHERS OR BRIDEMAIDS.85
INVITATIONS TO THE CEREMONY ONLY.85
THE LATEST CEREMONIALS.85
THE USHERS’ DUTIES.86
ANOTHER FORM OF CHURCH CEREMONIALS.86
WEDDINGS AT HOME.87
THE EVENING WEDDING.87
CALLS.87
THE WEDDING RING.87
THE MARRIAGE CEREMONIALS OF A WIDOW.88
INVITATIONS.88
DUTIES OF THOSE INVITED.88
REQUIREMENTS OF THE BRIDEMAIDS AND USHERS.89
BRIDAL PRESENTS.89
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE CEREMONIES.89
THE WEDDING FEES.89
THE CONGRATULATIONS.89
THE BRIDAL TOUR.90
CHAPTER XVIII.90
A HOME.90
HOME COMPANIONSHIP.90
CONDUCT OF HUSBAND AND WIFE.90
DUTIES OF THE WIFE TO HER HUSBAND.91
THE WIFE A HELPMATE.91
A HUSBAND’S DUTIES.92
CHAPTER XIX.93
THE MOTHER’S INFLUENCE.93
PARENTS SHOULD SET GOOD EXAMPLES.94
COURTESIES IN THE HOME CIRCLE.94
EARLY MORAL TRAINING.94
FORMATION OF HABITS.95
POLITENESS AT HOME.95
HOW TO REPROVE.96
CHEERFULNESS AT THE TABLE.96
TRAIN CHILDREN FOR SOME OCCUPATION.96
BAD TEMPER.96
SELFISHNESS.97
HOME MAXIMS FOR TRAINING CHILDREN.97
CHAPTER XX.97
CULTIVATE MORAL COURAGE.98
THE PERNICIOUS INFLUENCE OF INDOLENCE.98
SELF-RESPECT.98
RESULTS OF GOOD-BREEDING IN THE HOME CIRCLE.99
FAULT-FINDING AND GRUMBLING.99
FAMILY JARS NOT TO BE MADE PUBLIC.99
YIELDING TO ONE ANOTHER.99
CONFLICTING INTERESTS.99
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.100
OBEDIENCE.100
INFLUENCE OF EXAMPLE.100
THE INFLUENCE OF BOOKS.100
CHAPTER XXI.101
TRAIN YOUNG WOMEN TO SOME OCCUPATION.101
EDUCATION OF GIRLS TOO SUPERFICIAL.102
AN EDUCATION APPROPRIATE TO EACH SEX.102
WOMEN SHOULD HAVE A KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAWS OF HEALTH.102
RESULT OF IGNORANCE OF SANITARY LAWS.103
IDLENESS A SOURCE OF MISERY.103
WOMEN SHOULD CULTIVATE A SPIRIT OF INDEPENDENCE.104
HEALTH AND LIFE DEPENDENT UPON A HIGHER CULTURE.104
CULTIVATION OF THE MORAL SENSE.105
CHAPTER XXII.105
REQUIREMENTS FOR CORRECT WRITING.106
ANONYMOUS LETTERS.106
LETTERS AND NOTES.106
MANNER OF ADDRESS.106
FORM OF A LETTER.107
SIGNATURE OF LADIES.108
LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION.108
NOTES OF CONGRATULATION OR CONDOLENCE.109
INVITATION TO A RECEPTION.109
INVITATION TO A BALL.109
INVITATION TO A LARGE PARTY.109
INVITATION TO A PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT.110
DINNER INVITATIONS.110
INVITATIONS TO TEA.110
LESS FORMAL INVITATIONS.111
PROMPTNESS IN ANSWERING.111
EXPRESSIONS TO BE USED.111
TIME TO SEND INVITATIONS.111
INVITATIONS FOR SEVERAL MEMBERS OF A FAMILY.111
THE LEAST FORMAL INVITATIONS.111
UNCIVIL ANSWERS.112
REASONS FOR REGRETS.112
THE FAMILY LETTER.112
THE LETTER OF FRIENDSHIP.112
THE LOVE LETTER.113
BUSINESS LETTERS.113
LETTERS REQUESTING EMPLOYMENT.113
LETTERS REGARDING THE CHARACTER OF A SERVANT.113
CHAPTER XXIII.115
GRACEFULNESS OF CARRIAGE.115
ATTITUDE.115
COUGHING, SNEEZING, ETC.116
ANECDOTES, PUNS AND REPARTEES.116
A SWEET AND PURE BREATH.116
SMOKING.116
SUPPRESSION OF EMOTION.116
A GOOD LISTENER.116
GIVE PRECEDENCE TO OTHERS.116
BE MODERATE.116
SINGING AND PLAYING IN SOCIETY.116
RECEIVING AND MAKING PRESENTS.117
GOVERNING OUR MOODS.117
A LADY DRIVING WITH A GENTLEMAN.118
AN INVITATION CANNOT BE RECALLED.118
AVOID TALKING OF PERSONALITIES.118
ABOUT PERSONS’ NAMES.118
SHUN GOSSIP AND TALE-BEARING.118
REMOVING THE HAT.118
TREATMENT OF INFERIORS.119
INTRUDING ON PRIVACY.119
KEEPING ENGAGEMENTS.119
VALUE OF POLITENESS.119
ADAPTING YOURSELF TO OTHERS.119
A WOMAN’S GOOD NAME.119
DO NOT CONTRADICT.120
EXPRESSING UNFAVORABLE OPINIONS.120
A CONVERSATION CHECKED.120
VULGARITIES.120
MISCELLANEOUS RULES.120
WASHINGTON’S MAXIMS.122
CHAPTER XXIV.124
THE WOODEN WEDDING.125
THE TIN WEDDING.125
THE CRYSTAL WEDDING.125
THE CHINA WEDDING.126
THE SILVER WEDDING.126
THE GOLDEN WEDDING.126
THE DIAMOND WEDDING.126
PRESENTS AT ANNIVERSARY WEDDINGS.126
INVITATIONS TO ANNIVERSARY WEDDINGS.126
MARRIAGE CEREMONY AT ANNIVERSARY WEDDINGS.127
CHAPTER XXV.127
NAMING THE CHILD.127
THE CHRISTENING.128
GODPARENTS OR SPONSORS.128
PRESENTS FROM GODFATHERS.128
THE CHRISTENING CEREMONY.128
PRESENTS FROM GUESTS.129
THE HERO OF THE OCCASION.129
FEES TO THE CLERGYMAN.129
CHAPTER XXVI.129
INVITATION TO A FUNERAL.129
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE FUNERAL.129
THE HOUSE OF MOURNING.130
THE FUNERAL SERVICES.130
THE PALL-BEARERS.130
ORDER OF THE PROCESSION.131
FLORAL DECORATIONS.131
OTHER DECORATIONS.131
CALLS UPON THE BEREAVED FAMILY.131
SECLUSION OF THE BEREAVED FAMILY.132
CHAPTER XXVII.132
THE PRESIDENT.132
RECEPTIONS AT THE WHITE HOUSE.132
NEW-YEAR’S RECEPTIONS AT THE WHITE HOUSE.133
ORDER OF OFFICIAL RANK.133
THE CABINET OFFICERS.133
HOW TO ADDRESS THE OFFICIALS.134
THE FIRST TO VISIT.134
SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES.134
CHAPTER XXVIII.134
ROYALTY.134
THE NOBILITY.135
THE GENTRY.135
ESQUIRE.135
IMPERIAL RANK.136
EUROPEAN TITLES.136
PRESENTATION AT THE COURT OF ST. JAMES.136
THOSE ELIGIBLE TO PRESENTATION AT COURT.136
PRELIMINARIES TO PRESENTATION.136
THE PRESENTATION.137
CHAPTER XXIX.137
FORM GOOD HABITS.138
KEEP YOUR TEMPER.138
HONESTY THE BEST POLICY.138
THE EXAMPLE OF A MERCHANT PRINCE.138
BREAKING AN APPOINTMENT.139
PROMPTLY MEETING NOTES AND DRAFTS.139
PROMPT PAYMENT OF BILLS.139
GENERAL RULES.139
CHAPTER XXX.140
CONSISTENCY IN DRESS.140
EXTRAVAGANCE IN DRESS.140
INDIFFERENCE TO DRESS.140
APPROPRIATE DRESS.141
GLOVES.141
EVENING DRESS FOR GENTLEMEN.141
MORNING DRESS FOR GENTLEMEN.141
JEWELRY FOR GENTLEMEN.142
EVENING DRESS FOR LADIES.142
BALL DRESS.142
THE FULL DINNER DRESS.143
DRESS OF HOSTESS AT A DINNER PARTY.143
SHOWY DRESS.143
DRESS FOR RECEIVING CALLS.143
CARRIAGE DRESS.143
VISITING COSTUMES.144
DRESS FOR MORNING CALLS.144
MORNING DRESS FOR STREET.144
THE PROMENADE DRESS.144
OPERA DRESS.144
THE RIDING DRESS.145
A WALKING SUIT.145
DRESS FOR LADIES OF BUSINESS.145
ORDINARY EVENING DRESS.146
DRESS FOR SOCIAL PARTY.146
DRESS FOR CHURCH.146
THE DRESS FOR THE THEATRE.146
DRESS FOR LECTURE AND CONCERT.146
CROQUET, ARCHERY AND SKATING COSTUMES.146
BATHING COSTUME.147
TRAVELING DRESS.147
THE WEDDING DRESS.147
DRESS OF BRIDEMAIDS.147
TRAVELING DRESS OF A BRIDE.148
DRESS AT WEDDING RECEPTIONS.148
MOURNING.148
PERIODS OF WEARING MOURNING.149
CHAPTER XXXI.150
MATERIAL FOR DRESS.151
SIZE IN RELATION TO DRESS AND COLORS.151
HOW COLORS HARMONIZE.151
CHAPTER XXXII.154
PERFUMES.155
THE BATH.155
THE TEETH.155
DECAYED TEETH.156
TARTAR ON THE TEETH.156
FOUL BREATH.156
THE SKIN.156
PRESERVING A YOUTHFUL COMPLEXION.156
MOLES.157
FRECKLES.157
OTHER DISCOLORATIONS.157
THE EYES.157
SHORT-SIGHTEDNESS.157
SQUINT-EYES AND CROSS-EYES.157
THE EYELASHES AND EYEBROWS.158
TAKE CARE OF THE EYES.158
EYEBROWS MEETING.158
INFLAMED EYES.158
THE STY.158
THE HAIR.159
THE USE OF HAIR OILS.159
DYEING THE HAIR.160
BALDNESS.160
THE BEARD.160
THE HAND.160
CHAPPED HANDS.161
TO MAKE THE HANDS WHITE AND DELICATE.161
TREATMENT OF WARTS.161
THE NAILS.161
REMEDY FOR MOIST HANDS.162
THE FEET.162
TREATMENT FOR MOIST OR DAMP FEET.162
BLISTERS ON THE FEET.163
CHILBLAINS.163
THE TOE NAILS.163
CORNS.163
HOW TO HAVE SHOES MADE.163
CHAPTER XXXIII.164
TO REMOVE FRECKLES.164
FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE.164
WASH FOR THE COMPLEXION.164
BORACIC ACID FOR SKIN DISEASES.165
TO SOFTEN THE SKIN.165
REMEDY FOR RINGWORM.165
TO REMOVE SUNBURN.165
TO PREVENT HAIR FALLING OUT.165
TO BEAUTIFY THE HAIR.166
HAIR OILS.166
TO MAKE POMADES FOR THE HAIR.166
GERMAN METHOD OF TREATING THE HAIR.166
TO KEEP THE HAIR FROM TURNING GREY.166
TO CLEANSE THE HAIR AND SCALP.166
HAIR WASH.167
TO MAKE THE HAIR GROW.167
SEA FOAM OR DRY SHAMPOO.167
BARBER’S SHAMPOO.167
CLEANING GOLD JEWELRY.167
TO LOOSEN STOPPERS OF TOILET BOTTLES.167
TO MAKE BANDOLINE.167
TO MAKE LIP-SALVE.167
TO CLEAN KID BOOTS.168
TO CLEAN PATENT-LEATHER BOOTS.168
TO REMOVE STAINS AND SPOTS FROM SILK.168
TOOTHACHE PREVENTIVE.168
HOW TO WHITEN LINEN.168
TO TAKE STAINS OUT OF SILK.168
TO REMOVE STAINS FROM WHITE COTTON GOODS.168
TO REMOVE SPOTS OF PITCH OR TAR.169
TO EXTRACT PAINT FROM GARMENTS.169
TO CLEAN SILKS AND RIBBONS.169
REMEDY FOR BURNT KID OR LEATHER SHOES.169
REMEDY FOR CORNS.169
INFLAMED EYELIDS.169
TO MAKE COLD CREAM.170
TO MAKE ROSE-WATER.170
HOW TO WASH LACES.170
HOW TO DARKEN FADED FALSE HAIR.170
PUTTING AWAY FURS FOR THE SUMMER.170
TO KEEP THE HAIR IN CURL.170
PROTECTION AGAINST MOTHS.171
TO TAKE MILDEW OUT OF LINEN.171
CURE FOR IN-GROWING NAILS ON TOES.171
TO REMOVE GREASE-SPOTS FROM WOOLEN CLOTH.171
TO CLEAN WOOLEN CLOTH.171
TO TAKE INK-SPOTS FROM LINEN.171
TO REMOVE FRUIT-STAINS.171
CLEANING SILVER.171
TO REMOVE GREASE SPOTS.171
TO REMOVE A TIGHT RING.171
MOSQUITOES WARDED OFF.172
LINIMENT FOR THE FACE AFTER SHAVING.172
TO REMOVE SUNBURN.172
TO WHITEN THE FINGER NAILS.172
TO REMOVE TAN.172
TO CURE WARTS.172
REMEDY FOR IN-GROWING TOE-NAILS.172
TO REMOVE WRINKLES.172
REMEDY FOR CHAPPED HANDS.172
TO CURE CHILBLAINS.173
HAIR RESTORATIVE.173
WASH FOR THE TEETH.173
FOE WHITENING THE HANDS.173
TO REDUCE THE FLESH.173
SMOOTH AND SOFT HANDS.174
TO MAKE TINCTURE OF ROSES.174
SOFT CORNS.174
BURNED EYEBROWS.174
TO RESTORE GRAY HAIR.174
TO TAKE STAINS OUT OF SILKS.174
TO TAKE INK-SPOTS FROM LINEN.174
TO REMOVE DISCOLORATION BY BRUISING.174
TO CLEAN KID GLOVES.174
PERSPIRATION.175
TO REMOVE FLESH WORMS.175
CHAPPED LIPS.175
RECIPES FOR THE CARE OF THE TEETH.175
TO MAKE COLD CREAM.175
REMEDY FOR BLACK TEETH.175
TO CLEANSE THE TEETH AND GUMS.175
CHAPTER XXXIV.176
ARCHERY.176
IMPLEMENTS FOR ARCHERY.176
ARCHERY CLUBS AND PRACTICE.177
LAWN-TENNIS.178
CROQUET.178
BOATING.179
PICNICS.179
PRIVATE THEATRICALS.180
ETIQUETTE OF CARD PLAYING.180
CHAPTER XXXV.181
CHAPTER XXXVI.188
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