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Traveling by Stagecoach During the Regency Era

Stage and mail coaches traveled much faster than a private coach would do.¬†They did not have to wait for changes, did not spend the night anywhere, and had relief¬†drivers. Stage coaches also used their own horses, or horses under contract … Continue reading

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Carriages, Coaches, Landaus, Gigs, Phaetons, and More – How to Write Regency Accident Scenes

This is a repeat from a 2019 post by request of two of my author friends. Enjoy! There are many fine posts on the internet regarding the various types of coaches available to those of the Regency, but such is … Continue reading

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