1884 copyrighted text. A book on manners that strives to be familiar and conversational, with children doing a large part of the talking. Chapters cover manners: in general, at school, on the street, at home, toward the aged, at the table, in society, at church, at places of amusement, in stories and similar public places, in travelling (sic), and in borrowing. Each lesson includes an outline for teachers to write on the blackboard. The Schultz Archive copy contains most of the introduction, TOC, and a selection of pages, most of which are the outlines for the lessons. Some of the pages are difficult to read due to the quality of the copying.