Diana Quincy

Diana Quincy

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Grosvenor Square, 1813

Regency History: Regency period London in Pride and Prejudice (Grosvenor Square from Ackermann's Repository,Mar

The famous Boodles Club location since 1783, St James Street, London.

The famous Boodles Club location since St James Street, London. Frequent setting in Regency novels.

Hatchards in London is the oldest bookshop in England. Founded by John Hatchard in 1797 on Piccadilly, where it still trades today.

Hatchards is the oldest bookshop in London & U. Founded by John Hatchard in 1797 on Piccadilly,where it still trades today. Origins were founded through a bought collection of merchandise from Simon Vandenbergh, controversial century.

Boodle's. Boodle's is a London gentlemen's club, founded in 1762, at 49–51 Pall Mall, London by Lord Shelburne, the future Marquess of Lansdowne and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The club came to be known after the name of its head waiter, Edward Boodle.

Boodle's is a London gentlemen's club, founded in at Pall Mall, London by Lord Shelburne, the future Marquess of Lansdowne and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The club came to be known after the name of its head waiter, Edward Boodle.

White's club on St James' St, London. my hero and his friends belong to this club, which was traditionally a tory stronghold. Note the bow window on the ground floor - this is where Beau Brummel, Lord Alvenly and their cronies would take the seats of honour. Clubs were very much a part of life for regency gentlemen, and many belonged to several clubs at once. Photograph by Paul Farmer and sourced from Wikipedia.

White's (a gentleman's club in London, founded in and originally known as White's Chocolate House). While visiting in 2000 some wonderful tour guides on a double decker took a detour to show us this illustrious place. Not the infamous bow window.

Brooks Gentleman's Club, a Regency Era staple when visiting London

Brooks Club: Gaming Room, where the elite men who were or leaned Whig gloried in the bastion of their power and wealth. I will try to find some of White's, the Tory hangout.