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Manner in the Street, The Toilette, Courtship, Behaviour to Ladies, Visiting Cards & c. & c. The Ballroom, Speeches, Presiding at Table, Carving, Art of Dressing & c.
I'd estimate this edition to be somewhere between 1850 and 1880; there is no copyright mark.
It's a pretty common edition from a penny printer from the period with an enclosed pasted in Victorian Bookseller sticker. Strangely enough, I looked up current prices and could only find one book for $250 online. Here's a tip: Save your money. This book isn't worth that kind of outlay.
Reprinted etiquette books are pretty common to find, and are actually a good deal to purchase reprinted. You can get many editions for $5 each.
I have quite a few etiquette books I will list, as they are now rare and horrendously expensive for some unknown reason. But in general, unless you are a re-enactor researching particular period habits, most of these are about the same and have the same general information. You can also download free editions of Etiquette Books on Google Books and there are tons of websites devoted to Period Etiquette if you look for them.
This particular edition is nice in that it includes instructions for dances.
Here you go guys: This post is for you.