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138811Re: [Revlist] Dining in the 18th C.

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  • Sgt42rhr
    Mar 7, 2013
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      Ditto Alex!

      Cheers,
      John

      John M. Johnston
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      On Mar 7, 2013, at 6:30 PM, "Alexander Bosch" <lobster1768@...> wrote:

      > Dear List:
      >
      > Whole Shelves could be filled with Books concerning the Silverware of the english 18th C., what Porcelain laid on the Table and how a mid-1760s Wine-Glass looked like.
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      > However, I would like to ask, if there are an decent Books or Papers out, that deal with the non-material Side of a fine Diner in Societies upper Parts? Any books on Etiquette, Writings on how a Diner was structured and Papers regarding the Layout and use of Utensils and Foods?
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      > If so, I would greatly apreciate recommendations.
      >
      > Alex
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