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Regency Links

James Gillray at the New York Public library

Hansard, the Official Report of debates in Parliament

London Lives

Money Conversion to Regency Era

British History Online

London Labour and the London Poor

Dickens' London Map

UK national archives

Old and New London

Old Bailey Online

The Real Jane Austen

Regency Dancing

Ackermann's prints at New York Public Library. Women's fashions:
1800 - 1809
1810 - 1819
1820 - 1829

University of Washington Libraries Fashion Plate Collection

We Make History Presents: An Introduction to Gentlemen's Clothing of the Regency Era by Lord Scott

Miss Lisa Brown’s Guide to Dressing for a Regency Ball – Gentlemen’s Edition

Picturesque representations of the dress and manners of the English published in 1814

Georgian Gentleman


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