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Two Nerdy History Girls: Gothic Library for July 1813

Gothic Library July 1813 Loretta reports: I tend to set many scenes in libraries, for all kinds of reasons.

Tea with Jane Austen: The Charm of Home. "inspired by the novels and letters of Jane Austen.  In this 64-page book are recipes for cakes and pastries based on authentic recipes from the Regency era which have been updated for the modern cook."

Tea with Jane Austen

How to Write a Letter: Advice from the Jane Austen Handbook | Quirk Books : Publishers & Seekers of All Things Awesome

Letter Writing Week: How to Write a Letter, from the Jane Austen Handbook

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Anatomy of a Regency Letter

The art of a Regency Letter. (Site has many more Regency articles too!

LOVE this 1809 Afternoon Ball invitation!

Above are some examples of early nineteenth-century invitations found in the AAS collections, each addressed to the recipient. Note the quote on the Pleasure Ball invitation

Anatomy of a Regency Letter | Her Reputation for Accomplishment

Anatomy of a Regency Letter

Regency Red  Here are a pair of original canvas and red leather dancing shoes, a beautiful reticule embroidered with tiny stitches, jewellery, ceramics, material, purses, a book, letters and a pincushion embroidered on one side with the motto ‘May you never want a pin And prize those high which I put in’ http://www.fredericacards.co.uk/

Frederica Cards - Greetings Cards and wrapping paper with classic British design