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Sorry for the lack of posting lately-it has been very busy around the house. I am recovering from a hernia surgery, and going out of my gourd doing nothing. I can see out my porch, and the garden is getting ready to go. We tried to get it ready for a good spring bloom this year. Some new steps were put in to help me get up the steep incline safely. Flats of seedlings are waiting to sprout- These are flats of summer annuals like marigold, zinnia, yarrow, etc. Several years of overgrown woody…

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Vauxhall...1809 "Microcosm of London" by Rowlandson. Hard to chose the best of these 22 scenes of Regency London! - vauxhall gardens

The Microcosm of London II

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

A circulating library in Scarborough around 1818

The Circulating Library in Regency Resorts

Circulating libraries in the 18th and 19th century were associated with leisure, and were found in cities and towns with a population of 2,000 and upward. They were as much of an attraction in wea…

bumble button: Free Jane Austen Regency Fashion Costume Plates, Engravings, Paintings from late 1700- 1820's

Free Jane Austen Regency Fashion Costume Plates, Engravings, Paintings from late 1700- 1820's

Greetings and Welcome to everyone! This post is in celebration of Jane Austen and the Regency Era. After a bit of searching I was able to come up with some fantastic images for you. A few are perfect for framing, instant art to adorn your boudoir. Please enjoy them and hopefully they will find their way into your homes and projects. The fashion plates are a good reference for historic period clothing.Everyone wants a new gown for your next Jane Austen gathering! Laundress needed! Think of…

This 1821 watercolour by Robert Blemmell Schnebbelie, records celebrations held at the Drury Lane Theatre in London.

The Exterior of Drury Lane Theatre | Schnebbelie, Robert Blemmell | V&A Search the Collections

Watercolour entitled 'Exterior of Drury Lane Theatre', by R.B. Schnebbellie. London, 1821.. Museum Number 638-1877.

Brooks Gentleman's Club, a Regency Era staple when visiting London

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How to Behave Like an Aristocrat in Regency EnglandNote! This is a repeat post from nearly a year prior. Several have asked for its return because of the long list of ways to address the aristocracy. Regency Era manners were based on the conduct of the upper crust of Renaissance Italy, as well as 17th Century…

Almacks or Willis's Rooms, 1770-1840, King Street, St James. Almack's Assembly Rooms, founded by William Almack at No. 26-28, were on the site of the present Almack House. The club was originally a gaming establishment but moved from Pall Mall. The Assembly rooms were on the South side of King Street in St James's and were opened on February 12, 1765. At the time the subscription was ten guineas for which there was a ball and supper each week for the twelve weeks of the season.

Almacks or Willis's Rooms: 18th century, Anonymous

Almacks or Willis's Rooms: 18th century by Anonymous. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London

ALMACKS CLUB, c 1815

ALMACKS CLUB, c1815 by Granger

ALMACKS CLUB, c1815 Photograph by Granger

1810 - Piccadilly via Hyde park Corner Trunpike

Regency England - London Street Views - Ackermann's Repository

Ackermann's Repository presented many view of London on its pages through the Regency era. Many of these were either very fashionable addresses or popular streets of their day. I enjoy looking at these since they give me a better idea of what London streets and thoroughfares were like in Regency times. So much has changed in 200 years. Most of the streets shown are for London and surrounding areas; however there are a few from other areas of England New Bridge Street - Blackfriars With each…

one corner of the Great Subscription Room at Brooks’s Club (1808). A high-stakes game is underway with a large pot of money to be won in the hollowed-out table centre.

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one corner of the Great Subscription Room at Brooks’s Club (1808). A high-stakes game is underway with a large pot of money to be won in the hollowed-out table centre.

Grosvenor Square. Bird's eye view, 1754

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Grosvenor Square. Bird's eye view, 1754