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a| The polite academy, h| [electronic resource] : b| or school of behaviour for young gentlemen and ladies. Intended as a foundation for good manners and polite address, in masters and misses. Containing, I. The beauty and advantages of a genteel behaviour and agreeable Complaisance. II. Some Rules and Observations, for moral Behaviour in young Ladies; very necessary to be inculcated while at the Boarding-School, in order to be practis'd when they come from it. III. Directions for good Manners, agreeable Behaviour, and polite Address, on most common Occasions in Life. IV. Some Directions for an casy genteel Carriage in Walking, Saluting, making a Curusy, Bow, and dancing the Minuet. V. Some observations on the real use and advantages of dancing, by Mr. Lock and the Chevalier de Ramsay; with some very necessary Instructions by an eminent Master. Illustrated with twelve copper-plate cuts, beautifully engraved.
a| London : b| printed for R. Baldwin, at the Rose in Pater-Noster-Row; and B. Collins, in Salisbury, c| MDCCLXII. 
a| xxxvi,108p.,plates ; c| 12⁰.
a| Mode of access: World Wide Web.
a| Price from imprint: price 1s.
a| Restricted for use by site license.
a| Also available in print.
a| Electronic reproduction. b| Farmington Hills, Mich. : c| Cengage Gale, d| 2009. n| Available via the World Wide Web. n| Access limited by licensing agreements. 7| s2009 miunns
a| English Short Title Catalog, c| T141024.
a| Reproduction of original from British Library.
a| Etiquette for children and teenagers v| Early works to 1800.
a| England d| London.
a| Eighteenth century collections online. p| Part 1.
u| http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017.12/204203 z| Online version