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Irish, I Dare Say: Ireland in Jane Austen Novels
Jane Austen's love affair with Great Britain and Ireland
Interest Revived In Scarletts Manor House
Interest has recently revived in Scarletts, the manor house once owned by Jane Austen's maternal uncle, James Leigh Perrot. It comes as the house has recently been put on the market, and we could n...
London Rowhouse Restored To Regency Glory
London rowhouse restored to all its former glory. Using old documents, casts, and floorplans, the house was renovated as authentically as possible.
"I had intended to take them to Netley to-day..."
The Foundling Hospital
The Foundling Hospital in London, England was founded in 1741 by the philanthropic sea captain Thomas Coram. It was a children's home established for the "education and maintenance o...
Georgian Era Iron Horses: The Advent of the Steam Locomotive
A look at the development of the British railway system...
Mr. Collins’s Garden
A tour of a Regency Kitchen Garden by Sharon Wagoner
The Pleasure of Walking
A Chance to See and be Seen
Before there were taxies. Before there were cabs...
Ferry Service on the Thames
Crossing over in a Bridgeless London
Barges and Ferries
Getting from Here to There. A History of Regency Transportation.
Going by Coach
Getting from here to there in Regency England.