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A Regency Era Lexicon – “A” and “B” Are Followed By “C”

    Regency Era Lexicon Cadet – the youngest son or branch of a family Called to the bar – authorized to practice law as a barrister Camisole – a woman’s undershirt worn between the dress and the corset Candlemas … Continue reading

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Open Carriages in the 19th Century

I am writing a new book where I have had to do additional research on early 19th Century carriages. I cannot imagine traveling during this time period. Seven to ten miles per hour was the average speed. Just think how … Continue reading

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