Cecil B. Hartley





Cecil B. Hartley



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The Gentlemen's Book of Eti...

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Life and Times of Colonel D...

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Three Mrs. Judsons : the Fe...

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Life and adventures of Lewi...

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Hunting Sports in the West:...

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Life of Major General Henry...

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The life of Gen. Francis Ma...

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Heroes and Patriots of the ...

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Life of the Empress Josephi...

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“The stops point out, with truth, the time of pause
A sentence doth require at ev'ry clause.
t ev'ry comma, stop while one you count;
At semicolon, two is the amount;
A colon doth require the time of three;
The period four, as learned men agree.”
Cecil B. Hartley, The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness

“The really witty man does not shower forth his wit so indiscriminately;”
Cecil B. Hartley, The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness Being a Complete Guide for a Gentleman's Conduct in all his Relations Towards Society

“It is ill-bred to put on an air of weariness during a long speech from another person, and quite as rude to look at a watch, read a letter, flirt the leaves of a book, or in any other action show that you are tired of the speaker or his subject. In”
Cecil B. Hartley, The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette and Manual of Politeness Being a Complete Guide for a Gentleman's Conduct in all his Relations Towards Society

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