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Lady Alice Egerton, third wife of John Hobart (circle of John Hayls )

Lady Alice Egerton, third wife of John Hobart (circle of John Hayls )

Sarah Villiers, Countess of Jersey - patroness of Almack's during the Regency.  By Alfred Edward Chalon

Sarah Sophia Child Villiers, Countess of Jersey (née Fane) by Alfred Edward Chalon. Patroness of Almack's

William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, Prime Minister twice in our Regency Era, and once for Victoria. His wife was famous for having an affair that shocked the Ton with Lord Byron. (Are you a RAPper or a RAPscallion?)

William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne, Prime Minister twice in our Regency Era, and once for Victoria. His wife was famous for having an affair that shocked the Ton with Lord Byron. (Are you a RAPper or a RAPscallion?

Elizabeth, Countess Grosvenor. Marries Robert, Viscount Belgrave, eldest son of the second Earl of Grosvenor

Lady Cowper- Patroness of Almacks. This is an important venue in many of Heyer's books. Particularly relating to the social suicide of waltzing before the patronesses gave their permission.

Sarah Sophia Child Villiers, Countess of Jersey (1785 – 1867), the eldest daughter of John Fane, 10th Earl of Westmorland and Sarah Anne Child. Lady Jersey married George Child Villiers, 5th Earl of Jersey on 23 May 1804.  Lady Jersey was one of the patronesses of Almack's and a leader of the ton during the Regency era.

1786 Sarah Fane, Countess of Westmorland by Ozias Humphrey (Trinity International Auctions & Appraisals)

The worlds richest man during the Regency Era, the Marquess of Stafford, George Granville Leveson-Gower

The days the world’s most powerful man, the richest man and smartest man came together

Victorian Gentleman Mid Section Print By Lee Avison

Victorian Gentleman Mid Section

Victorian Gentleman Mid Section Print By Lee Avison

Alfred Edward Chalon. Margaret, Countess of Blessington, 19th Century.

1820 Margaret Countess of Blessington ~ Alfred Edward Chalon ~ (Swiss/British…

John Rolle, 1st Baron Rolle (1750–1842) in his peerage robes. Portrait by Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830).

John Rolle, Baron Rolle in his peerage robes. Portrait by Thomas Lawrence

Mr Ricketts' Return from Shooting by Edward Bird. Date painted: c.1816

Mr Ricketts' Return from Shooting, Edward Bird, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

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