... upon the whole, is much more circumscribed than that of the Germans; and they do not so often violate certain rules of deportment. They never turn their backs on the public, and seldom shew their faces in profile, or hide them behind a pocket handkerchief,...
The Stranger in England; Or, Travels in Great Britain: Containing Remarks on ... - Page 208
by Christian Augustus Gottlieb Goede - 1807
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