Tuesday, 1 January 2008

  Manner of Man is a restricted private members-only club exclusively for gentlemen amongst the oldest of gentlemen’s clubs tradition:

- the genteel formality of the Regency era,
- the elegance of the High Victorian 19th Century,
- the style of an Edwardian era shooting party,
- the aristocratic masculinity of the American West

Membership candidates require a current member as proposer to put him up for consideration to the governors; the applicant must additionally be seconded and voted upon by the governors before an offer of membership is put forth.

Founding advisory board member, Sir Josslyn Henry Robert Gore-Booth, 9th Baronet.

Manner of Man Magazine™ is the complimentary publication of the private member's club. 

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