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Observation by Francis Peacock in The Art of Dancing

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Observation by Francis Peacock in The Art of Dancing
ID JSS0406
Title Observation by Francis Peacock in The Art of Dancing
Document Reference Lib R 7933 Pea 1
Format 200 x 154 mm
Medium Printed page
Item Type Printed Collection
Subject Scottish Dance, Comments by Peacock on the importance of dance
Item Description This observation from near the beginning of his book, shows how Peacock felt that dancing was important for young people, as it would help to make them well-mannered and graceful.
Creator Francis Peacock
Creator Manuscript James Scott Skinner
Editor Francis Peacock
Time Period 1770s - 1800s
Associated Dates: Publication 1805
Location University of Aberdeen
Collection Name Sketches relative to the History and Theory, but more especially to the Practice of Dancing; as a necessary accomplishment to the youth of both sexes; together with remarks on the defects and bad habits they are liable to in early life; and the best means of correcting of preventing them. Intended as hints to the youn teachers of the Art of Dancing.

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