New Course - Woman of the Household

The latest in my series on Reclaiming Manners is an article I posted at The Catholic Gentleman, a reflection on this quotation:

“The greatest man would justly be reckoned a brute if he were not civil to the meanest woman.”
Martine’s Handbook of Etiquette (1866)

Today’s article is HERE.
How to Treat a Lady: Reclaiming Manners between Men and Women

The rest of the series Reclaiming Manners is here.

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