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Margaret's Regency Library

Library Index

THE REGENCY COMPANION, by Sharon Laudermilk and Teresa L. Hamlin.

WHAT JANE AUSTEN ATE AND CHARLES DICKENS KNEW: From Fox Hunting to Whist -- the Facts of Daily Live in 19th-Century England by Daniel Pool

THE WRITER'S GUIDE TO EVERYDAY LIFE IN REGENCY AND VICTORIAN ENGLAND From 1811-1901 by Kristine Hughes

A HISTORY OF EVERYDAY THINGS IN ENGLAND, Volume III, 1733-1851 by Marjorie and C.H.B. Quennell

THE PURSUIT OF PLEASURE: Gender, Space and Architecture in Regency London by Jane Rendell

OUR TEMPESTUOUS DAY: A History of Regency England by Carolly Erickson

THE AGE OF ELEGANCE 1812-1822 by Arthur Bryant

LEISURE AND PLEASURE IN THE 19TH CENTURY by Stella Margetson

WATERLOO: THE HUNDRED DAYS by David Chandler

ENGLAND IN 1815: HALEVY'S HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE IN THE 19TH CENTURY, Volume I by Elie Halevy

THE THURTELL-HUNT MURDER CASE: Dark Mirror to Regency England by Albert Borowitz

JANE AUSTEN'S TOWN AND COUNTRY STYLE by Susan Watkins

LIFE IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRY HOUSE by Mark Girouard

ETIQUETTE: Rules and Usages of the Best Society, originally published in 1886 by People's Publishing Company Melbourne, by an unnamed author (why do I think that means it was probably a woman?); abridged edition published in 1995 by the Promotional Reprint Company

THE BAR AND THE OLD BAILEY 1750 - 1850 by Allyson N. May

LEGAL LONDON: A Pictorial History by Mark Herber

AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LEGAL HISTORY by J.H. Baker

A CONCISE HISTORY OF THE COMMON LAW by Theodore F.T. Plucknett


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