Lady Anne Rushout (1768-1849) of Wanstead Grove, was an accomplished painter, writer and bluestocking. Some Regency Era Sketches, via Wicked Williams

Mad #1, Oct-Nov 1952, was published by EC Comics. Due to problems with the Comics Code Authority, it changed to a magazine format with issue #24. It continues to publish today.

1827 Plea Against Gambling in the Gentleman’s Magazine by Sylvanus Urban via Google Books (PD-150) #Regency, via Suzi Love

The first issue of the original Life magazine from 1883. It was founded as a humor and general interest magazine and was purchased by Henry Luce to gain the rights to the name.

A Covent Garden Gilflurt's Guide to Life: A Spoon, a Devil and Terrible Fate for a Tongue. My occasional dip into the newspapers of the glorious Georgian era today today finds us leafing through Trewman's Exeter Flying Post, or, Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser, dated 12th August 1824. Be warned though, this tale of devils and drink is not for the squeamish.

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