Dating and courtship in australia
Has at least one reference manual regarding etiquette protocol.A Gentleman A gentleman is defined as: A man of gentle birth, one entitled to bear arms, though not noble; A man of chivalrous instinct and fine feelings.Love letters and cards allowed expression of deep emotion which society dictated was improper to be expressed otherwise.Valentine's Day was the day which allowed complete written freedom.Should never remove his coat while standing, sitting, riding, or walking with a lady.Shall never ask a lady to dance if he has his coat removed.A Lady Never tolerates or performs rudeness, crudeness, indifference or ignorance from or to another human being. Remembers; to discuss the price of anything is never in good taste. Thinks before she speaks, once said, never forgotten.
This resource contains extracts from the Australian Curriculum and is current as at .© Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority 2010.ACARA neither endorses nor verifies the accuracy of the information provided and accepts no responsibility for incomplete or inaccurate information.Valentines varied from paper hearts to intricate designs of gilded lace, powdered glass, and parchment art.Books were sold containing verse to copy into customized cards for those not poetically inclined. Never fixes her appearance (hair or make-up) in public. Never holds private conversations in public gatherings. Always looks for ways to better herself; spiritually, physically and intellectually.