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Northern Illinois University
New York Weekly
v. 27 no. 47
— page 4
New York Weekly v. XXVII, no. 47, September 30, 1872 (Issue)
September 30, 1872
One of the most offensive manifestations of superciliousness to be met with in society is the manner in which one woman, who is not quite well-bred or kind-hearted, will glance over another whose clothing bespeaks her of a lower class of society.