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Domestic manners of the Americans,

Author: Frances Milton Trollope; Michael Sadleir
Publisher: New York, Dodd Mead [1927]
Series: English library.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frances Milton Trollope; Michael Sadleir
OCLC Number: 1737702
Notes: "First edition, 1832. Reprinted from the fifth (1839) edition, 1927"--Page [iv].
Description: xxx, 398 pages viii plates (including frontispiece (portrait)) 23 cm.
Contents: Entrance of the Mississippi ; Balize --
New Orleans ; Society ; Creoles and Quadroons ; Voyage up the Mississippi --
Company on board the steam-boat ; Scenery of the Mississippi ; Crocodiles ; Arrival at Memphis ; Nashoba --
Departure from Memphis ; Ohio River ; Louisville ; Cincinnati --
Cincinnati ; Forest farm ; Mr Bullock --
Servants ; Society ; Evening parties --
Market ; Museum ; Picture gallery ; Academy of Fine Arts ; Drawing school ; Phrenological society ; Miss Wright's lecture --
Absence of public and private amusement ; Churches and chapels ; Influence of the clergy ; A revival --
Schools ; Climate ; Water-melons ; Fourth of July ; Storms ; Pigs ; Moving houses ; Mr Flint ; Literature --
Removal to the country ; Walk in the forest ; Equality --
Religion --
Peasantry, compared to that of England ; Early marriages ; Charity ; Independence and equality ; Cottage prayer-meeting --
Theatre ; Fine arts ; Delicacy ; Shaking Quakers ; Big-bone Lick ; Visit of the president --
American spring ; Controversy between Messrs Owen and Campbell ; Public ball ; Separation of the sexes ; American freedom ; Execution --
Camp-meeting --
Danger of rural excursions ; Sickness --
Departure from Cincinnati ; Society on board the steamboat ; Arrival at Wheeling ; Bel esprit --
Departure for the mountains in the stage ; Scenery of the Alleghany ; Haggerstown --
Baltimore ; Catholic cathedral ; St Mary's College ; Sermons ; Infant schools --
Voyage to Washington ; Capitol ; City of Washington ; Congress Indians ; Funeral of a member of Congress --
Stonington ; Great Falls of the Potomac --
Small landed proprietors ; Slavery --
Fruits and flowers of Maryland and Virginia ; Copper-head snake ; Insects ; Elections --
Journey to Philadelphia ; Chesapeake and Delaware canal ; City of Philadelphia ; Miss Wright's lecture --
Washington Square ; American beauty ; Gallery of fine arts ; Antiques ; Theatres ; Museum --
Quakers ; Presbyterians ; Itinerant Methodist preacher ; Market ; Influence of females on society --
Return to Stonington ; Thunder-storm ; Emigrants ; Illness ; Alexandria --
American cooking ; Evening parties ; Dress ; Sleighing ; Money-getting habits ; Tax-gatherer's notice ; Indian summer ; Anecdote of the Duke of Saxe-Weimar --
Literature ; Extracts ; Fine arts ; Education --
Journey to New York ; Delaware River ; Stage-coach ; City of New York ; Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies ; Theatres ; Public garden ; Churches ; Morris canal ; Fashions ; Carriages --
Reception of Captain Basil Hall's book in the United States --
Journey to Niagara ; Hudson ; West Point ; Hyde Park ; Albany ; Yankees ; Trenton Falls ; Rochester ; Genesee Falls --
Niagara ; Arrival at Forsythes ; First sight of the falls ; Goat Island ; The rapids ; Buffalo ; Lake Erie ; Canadaigua ; Stage-coach adventures --
Return to New York ; Conclusion --
Extracts from "The Refugee in America."
Series Title: English library.
Responsibility: by Frances Trollope, with an introduction by Michael Sadleir ...

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