Carolyn Miller
Carolyn Miller
Carolyn Miller

Carolyn Miller

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Cheapside 1813, East India House left. Regency shopping - At this time merchants serving the rich began to move into the Mayfair area but Covent Garden, Cheapside and Fleet Street were still havens for shopping.

Regency Wedding, St George, Hanover Square. Lavish large weddings for the aristocracy did not become the style until Victorian times.

White's Club -- the premier gentleman’s club of the Regency is also the oldest in London, and has its origins in White’s Chocolate House, which opened in 1693. In 1736, White’s began to operate as a private club on St. James’s Street in the site now occupied by Boodle’s. Four years later it moved across the street to larger premises, which burnt down in 1753. The club then relocated in a building at the top of St. James’s, where it still stands.

Cigarette Card - Vauxhall Gardens London Churchman's Cigarettes "The Story of London" (series of 50 issued in 1934) #32 Concert in Vauxhall Gardens, 1732

Greenwood's map of London, 1827. Click on different sections to zoom in. Imagemap - select a map panel

A Regency Primer on London Parks

London Parks: Hyde Park section of "Improved map of London for 1833, from Actual Survey. Engraved by W. Schmollinger, 27 Goswell Terrace"