Regency Reader: Help Another Reg Reader

I have been racking my brains, trying to come up with the title…but its crammed with so many books, I can’t so thought I would reach out to you, dearest Reg Readers to see if you can help a fellow reader out.  Please tweet your answers at me @Regency_Reader, leave a comment, or email me at romanceanne at yahoo dot com. Thank you!   Regency … Expand

Regency (H)not Spots: Aldersgate Street

    Aldersgate Street, in the City of London along the ancient London Wall, was named after the northern gate of the city. From the commercial guide of 1818, its clear to see it was a busy street full of a variety of merchants. It was also the home to several coaching inns for routes to the north. By no means a fashionable street, it … Expand

Regency Household: Cheap Roofing for Outhouses

This little gem was lifted from the Domestic Commonplace Book and included in the October 1817 edition of Ackermann’s Repository.  Most readers and writers thoughts fly to chamber pots and retiring rooms, but outhouses were also a “necessary” thing during the Regency. Jane Austen’s World has a deeper dive into privies, potties, and a book all about them: https://janeaustensworld.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/privies-and-water-closets-by-david-j-eveleigh-a-review/