Book of Etiquette, Volume 2 by Lillian Eichler Watson


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BOOK OF ETIQUETTE

BY LILLIAN EICHLER

VOLUME II

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CONTENTS

PART III


I. SERVANTS

The Servant in the Household
A Word to the Mistress
A Word to the Servant
How to Address Servants
The Child and the Servant
The Invisible Barrier
When the Servant Speaks
The Servants of a Big House
The Butler
Correct Dress for the Butler
The Second Man
The Chauffeur
Duties of the Chauffeur
The Valet
The Page
The Maid-Servants
Lady's Maid
The Nurse-Maid
Duties of House-Maid
In Conclusion.

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