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Dancing taught without a master. The ball-room companion containing all the fashionable dances of the day.

Author
Title Dancing taught without a master. The ball-room companion containing all the fashionable dances of the day.
Imprint Aberdeen : J. Daniel and Son and all booksellers
Date of Publication 1879
Language English
Notes This little pocket manual contains instructions for over 18 of the most commonly performed dances at balls or assemblies in the late 19th century. It was intended as a reminder for people who had taken dancing lessons, rather than for those new to dancing. No pages in this copy have been opened. However, the contents of the entire work can be read as a single sheet which measures 28 cm. x 45 cm when unfolded.
Shelfmark RB.s.2700
Acquired on 01/04/08
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