Feb 022012
 
1805-1825 Almack's Assembly Room

1805-1825 Almack's Assembly Room

Assembly Room – Round-up of Regency and historical posts

          by The Beau Monde member Angelyn Schmid.

These caps are adorable:  http://bit.ly/yoWl8G

Adorable caps from Rose Lerner

Adorable caps from Rose Lerner

A birthday cake for Jane Austen: http://bit.ly/uj4t3p

It’s that time of year–cough and cold remedies of the Regency:  http://bit.ly/bLQ109

Which Jane Austen heroine are you?  http://bit.ly/zPgOXs

Mothers in Jane Austen:  http://bit.ly/yRLvDA

Barrel Knot Cravat  

Barrel Knot Cravat

Three ways to tie a cravat and one pic of a glorious Captain Wentworth (sigh):         http://bit.ly/wptAgE

Regency practices:  enclosure – http://bit.ly/xJWVbs

Mansfield Park:  what’s in a name? http://bit.ly/zZIVSW

Mansfield Park’s Mrs. Norris – villain or just annoying?  http://www.austennovels.com/2011/09/austen-noves-is-mrs-norris-villain-or.html

Courtship Couple

Courtship Couple


Regency courtship:  http://bit.ly/zmuQwD

Regency theater:  http://bit.ly/ysAlgX

Inside Drury Lane Theatre

Inside Drury Lane Theatre

Jane Austen water colour by her sister

Jane Austen water colour by her sister

Amusing personals from the newspaper:  http://bit.ly/z8xuVy

Jane Austen’s primer on the Napoleonic wars:  http://austenauthors.net/the-cajun-cheesehead-chronicles-14

Angelyn

Like history?  Fall in love with it!  Check out my blog at www.angelynschmid.com on history and romance.

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