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Regency Reader: Regency Science and Invention: The Pedestrian Hobbyhorse

Regency Reader -- Regency Pastimes: The Great Parachute Experiment of 1802

A popular spectacle to attend during the Regency era were balloon ascensions. The French were the leaders in balloon experimentation, leading to the first hydrogen balloon ascensions in the late

The New Practice of Cookery, Pastry, Baking, and Preserving (1804) A multipurpose skin balm for a variety of ailments, Pommade Divine is still made today (although the recipe is different than the …

The New Practice of Cookery, Pastry, Baking, and Preserving A multipurpose skin balm for a variety of ailments, Pommade Divine is still made today (although the recipe is different than the …

Regency Culture and Society: Mail Coach Routes from London, via Regency Reader

Regency Reader -- Regency Culture & Society: Mail Coach Routes from London

1813 Cavendish Square street scene from Ackermann's Repository. Other London street views from Ackermann's can be found at http://www.ekduncan.com/2011/10/regency-england-london-street-views.html#

Regency History: Regency period London in Pride and Prejudice (Grosvenor Square from Ackermann's Repository,Mar

Elizabeth Thew. Diagnosis: Epilepsy

Sent to the asylum: The Victorian women locked up because they were suffering from stress, post natal depression and anxiety

Fresh Gypsy-style hamsa.

Hamsa – A hamsa is an amulet shaped like a hand, with three extended fingers in the middle and a curved thumb or pinky finger on either side. It is thought to protect against the “evil eye” and is a popular motif in both Jewish and Middle Eastern jewelry.

Victorian Wallpaper.01.of.02

Maybe I can use colored pencils and get the same effect from coloring a toille wallpaper. Victorian wallpaper - cream, shades of tan, pink, blue, green & Wallpaper

Battledore and Shuttlecock, this game was played in British India, and Badminton developed from it.

Women playing battledore and shuttlecock, a precursor to badminton. Engraving from Le Bon Genre, c.

Cirque d'Hiver - Circopedia

Cirque d'Hiver - Circopedia

In Regency novels, the reader frequently reads of one of the characters suffering an apoplexy. Exactly, what does that mean? Apoplexy (from the Ancient Greek, meaning “a striking away”)…

In Regency novels, the reader frequently reads of one of the characters suffering an apoplexy. Exactly, what does that mean? Apoplexy (from the Ancient Greek, meaning “a striking away”)…

The Four Times Of Day. Afternoon  Nicolas Lancre

The National Gallery (UK). The Four Times of Day: Afternoon Nicolas Lancret

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Regency Household: Race, Hunter, and Cart Horses - Regency Reader

Automaton by Henri Maillardet,  an 18th century Swiss mechanician

Henri Maillardet automaton, London, England, c. 1810 - Franklin Institute - - Maillardet's automaton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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