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Gentleman

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In modern parlance, the term gentleman refers to any man of good, courteous conduct. It may also refer to all men collectively, as in indications of ...

The Gentleman - The Victorian Web

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Feb 3, 2011 ... he concept of the nineteenth-century Gentleman is a complex one, though it ... How does the work of those who were not — Blake, for example, ...

HonorsBrit - Gentleman

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The Victorian era raised the idea of a Victorian gentleman. This idea brought forth a role for men in society that was incredibly demanding, limiting and stressful.

Courtship Etiquette for Gentlemen | Geri Walton

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Jul 29, 2014 ... Gentleman of the 1800s, Courtesy of Wikipedia ... One nineteenth century gentleman maintained that “true courtship consists in a number of ...

The Gentleman's Guide to the Calling Card - The Art of Manliness

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Sep 7, 2008 ... vintage illustration calling card victorian gentlemen 1800s. To the unrefined or unbred, .... just hand them your card. Networking between jobs.

The Duties of a Valet | Jane Austen's World

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Jan 23, 2011 ... Also known as a gentleman's gentleman, the valet is… ... Mrs. Beeton describes a valet's duties in her excellent 1861 book on household ...

How to Look Like a Victorian Gentleman in 11 Easy Steps | Mental ...

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Apr 3, 2014 ... Victorian gentlemen had a “vested” interest in these garments. Why? ... denounced as “unseemly”—fell into the British mainstream in the mid 1800s. ... 7 Actors Whose Careers Died After Leaving Their Hit ShowLooper.com.

Gentleman - definition of gentleman by The Free Dictionary

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Define gentleman. gentleman synonyms, gentleman pronunciation, gentleman ... A man of independent means who does not need to have a wage-paying job.

Lost Gentleman Traditions That Still Apply Today - GoodGuySwag

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Sep 16, 2014 ... A gentleman would help his lady put on and take off her coat ..... I'm just curious, did your dad play a role in teaching you any of these things?

The middle classes: etiquette and upward mobility - The British Library

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There were all sorts of new professional, technical and clerical roles that required ... Armed with one of these books, the newly-hatched middle-class gentleman ...

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What was the job of a 'Gentleman' in the 1800's - Answers.com

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There were three gentlemanly professions- you could go into the church, the military or politics. Solicitors and doctors were also acceptable although a cut below ...

Manners for the Victorian Gentleman | Mass Historia - Walter Nelson

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"The old saying that it takes two generations to make a gentleman is being ... and "coarse behavior" became far less the norm in 1900 than it was in 1800. By the ...

Gentlemen's Agreement - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of Gentlemen's Agreement, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on ...