Lions on the loose in Astleys! Killing grooms and causing havoc.
sketch by Charles Dickens
Drawing of a trick rider performing
Jane Austen Dancers use this for their balls.
The Now Vanished Ephemeral Art: Chalking the Regency Ballroom Floor http://t.co/hCvqoVlA
Kathryn Kane from Regency Redingote
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Addressing People with Titles | Forms of Address - Titles and Titled People
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LondonLife – Waterbus on Regent’s Canal from Exploring London
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Private life in the Regency
Picturing Childhood: The Evolution of the Illustrated Childrens Books
Antique Spectacles and Other Vision Aids
Period Images, etc.
The Regency Musical Timeline: Mozart: Always In Style
The Regency Musical Timeline: Schubert: Appropriate, But Out of Bounds
Minor Composers ( Died Before 1811)
The Regency Musical Timeline: Regency Beethoven, 1811-1820
The Regency Musical Timeline: Pre-Regency Beethoven, 1795-1810