pp., decorative card wrappers. Practical advice for the amateur banqueter. For example: "If you bite your tongue DON'T HASTEN TO UTTER A BUNCH OF BLUISH IDIOMS. It isn't NICE. Just let your tongue hang out of the corner of your mouth until it has ceased being angry with you for having bitten it . . ." Light soiling to wrappers else about very good. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: HOW TO BEHAVE AT A BANQUET: Being a nifty ...
Publisher: A. M. Davis (1912)
Publication Date: 1912
Edition: First edition.
Book Description The A. M. Davis Company, 1912. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. 1912. One-to-two inch stains to cover near ends of spine also go through to pages. General wear to cover. Solid binding -- with 15 pages or so. Clean inside -- no marks or names. Bookseller Inventory # 023526
Book Description The A. M. Davis Company, Boston, MA, 1912. String Bound. Book Condition: Very Good-. No Jacket. Illustrated (illustrator). unpaginated, SC, w/string binding, covered w/white-pink cloth napkin. The booklet contains humor advice such as: eat, drink adn be merrie; for to-morrow - the good things may be scare. Scrape well they first plate; that they second may be fuller. If, inadvertently, you get a spot on the tablel-cloth, absent-mindedly place a piece of bread over it, butter side down. the butter will keep the bread from sliding off. the covering is soiled on both front & back, edges of the cloth covering wrinkled and creased. Bookseller Inventory # 040908