If these 'hints' save the blush but upon one cheek, or smooth the path into 'society' of only one honest family, the object of the author will be attained Hints on Etiquette is part of 'Found on the Shelves', published with The London Library. The books in this series have been chosen to give a fascinating insight into the treasures that can be found while browsing in The London Library. Now celebrating its 175th anniversary, with over 17 miles of shelving and more than a million books, The London Library has become an unrivalled archive of the modes, manners and thoughts of each generation which has helped to form it.
Charles William Day wrote etiquette writings under the pseudonym of 'Agogos'. Very little is known about him. Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) was the writer of the 'Alice' books, as well as being an academic, mathemetician and fan of fair voting systems.