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Petit manuel de politesse et de savoir-vivre à l'usage de la jeunesse  wikidata:Q51575170 s:fr:Index:Petit manuel de politesse et de savoir-vivre à l'usage de la jeunesse.djvu 
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English: This booklet about politeness and good manners for youth, in French, was published between 1866 and 1878, according to the activity of the publisher. It is commented by Charles Oliver in Where ignorance is bliss, p. 537-544, from The Cornhill Magazine, edited by William Thackeray in 1904.
Français : Ce livret concernant la politesse et les bonnes manières à l'usage de la jeunesse a été publié entre 1866 et 1878, selon l'activité de l'éditeur. Ce manuel est commenté par Charles Oliver, dans Where ignorance is bliss, p. 537-544, de The Cornhill Magazine, édité par William Thackeray en 1904.

Language French
Publication date 1866
publication_date QS:P577,+1866-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Place of publication Paris
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