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Susana Ellis
Memoirs of a Highland Lady
Lady P's Adventures
A Celebration of Waterloo
Regency Rites
Susana's Books
Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters
Ackermann's Fashion Prints
Books
Curious Characters
Georgian Era Artisans
Susana's Adventures in Engand
Romance of London
Amusements of Old London
Coaching Days & Coaching Ways
Bow Street
Guest Posts
Vauxhall Gardens: A History
The Dress
Spotlight on Historical Personalities
Susana's Author Pals
Other Pins

Memoirs of a Highland Lady

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Life in India and Another Sister Wed The Descent, Sister Wedding, Parlour, Happy Marriage, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Writer, Sisters, India

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Life in India and Another Sister Wed

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Life in India and Another Sister Married

The earliest written reference to crochet seems to be a mention of something called "shepherd's knitting" in The Memoirs of a Highland Lady by Elizabeth Grant in 1812 Easy Knitting Projects, Crochet Projects, Elizabeth Grant, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Old Photos, Statue, History, Lady

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Colonel and Mrs. Smith

1829 [Colonel Smith] had come down from Satara, where he commanded, for change of air, not being well. He lived with his friend Doctor Eckford, and we frequently met them in the evenings driving out together and sometimes we met them in society, but our paths did not seem to cross. He paid no particular…

William Adolphus Knell The Ship ‘Mount Stewart Elphinstone’ Offshore - The Largest Art reproductions Center In Our website. Low Wholesale Prices Great Pricing Quality Hand paintings for saleWilliam Adolphus Knell Van Diemen's Land, Maritime Museum, Tall Ships, Tasmania, Large Art, Print Artist, Art Reproductions, Memoirs, Framed Wall Art

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Shipboard Life

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Shipboard Life as our Highland Lady travels to #India on the #MountstewartElphinstone. #ElizabethGrant

The Arniston was an East Indiaman that was wrecked on 30 May 1815 during a storm at Waenhuiskrans, near Cape Agulhas, South Africa, with the loss of 372 lives – only six on board survived. Storm And Silence, Old Sailing Ships, East India Company, East Indies, Wooden Ship, Nautical Art, Set Sail, Ship Art, Tall Ships

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Further Hardships and Preparing for a Voyage

Jane’s marriage to Colonel Pennington, a much older man: Jane was determined. She had argued the point in her own strong mind, decided it, and it was to be. Perhaps she was not wrong; the circumstances of the family were deplorable, there did not appear to be any hope of better days, for the girls…

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and an Unfortunate Change of Fortunes Elizabeth Grant, Parlour, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Edinburgh, Recovery, Writer, Training, Cabin

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and an Unfortunate Change of Fortunes

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Waterloo and Return to Edinburgh Waterloo 1815, Battle Of Waterloo, Waterloo Battlefield, Prince Of Orange, La Haye, Hundred Days, French History, War Image, British Soldier

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Waterloo and the Return to Edinburgh

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Waterloo and Return to Edinburgh

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and an Unfortunate Change of Fortunes Elizabeth Grant, Parlour, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Edinburgh, Recovery, Writer, Training, Cabin

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and an Unfortunate Change of Circumstances

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and a Change of Fortune

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Rotterdam and Mr. Rotterdam, Historical Romance, Continents, Memoirs, Tours, Parlour, Canning, City, Paintings

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Rotterdam and Mr. George Canning

Travels on the Continent I cannot recollect much else that is worthy of note before our little tour upon the Continent. We set out in August, and were two months a half away. My father was not inclined for such a movement at all, it was probably very inconvenient to the treasury, but my mother…

Mrs Siddons History of Art 1911 Canvas Art - Thomas Gainsborough x Thomas Gainsborough, Rococo, John Everett Millais, William Hogarth, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Art Thomas, National Gallery, Art Vintage, 18th Century Fashion

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: The Last Winter in Edinburgh

1818-1819 Opinions on Nouveau Riche and Poor Relations ‘Uncle Adam,’ said she one day, ‘do you mean to leave Mary and me any thing in your Will?’ …Jane and I had spent a week… at Hermandstone, an ugly but comfortable place which Lord Gillies rented of Lord St Clair. I had been there before, and…

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and an Unfortunate Change of Fortunes Elizabeth Grant, Parlour, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Edinburgh, Recovery, Writer, Training, Cabin

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Resentment and Recovery

1815-1816 Had I been left in quiet, to time—my own sense of duty, my conviction of having acted rightly, a natural spring of cheerfulness, with occupation, change, etc., all would have acted together to restore lost peace of mind, and the lesson, severe as it was, would have certainly worked for good, had it even…

Lady P's Adventures

A Twelfth Night Tale by Susana Ellis. She wants to secure a good life for her sisters by marrying an eligible lord. Too bad the man who stole her heart is her best friend's brother. Could Christmas magic bring them together? Best Friends Brother, Twelfth Night, Historical Romance, Livingston, Life Is Good, Erotic, Interview, Hero, Celebrities

Lady P Quizzes Jane Livingston, the Hero’s Sister From “A Twelfth Night Tale”

Lady P interviews Jane Livingston, sister of the hero of "A Twelfth Night Tale". October 21, 2013

Read "The Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh" by Ella Quinn available from Rakuten Kobo. "Let yourself be seduced by this sexy mix of spies, smugglers, and happily ever afters." —Sally MacKenzie For Ella Quinn. Secret Life, The Secret, Marriage Games, I Love Reading, Historical Romance, Quito, Romance Novels, My Books, Anna

Episode #15: Lady P On Assignment in 1814 Kent

Episode #15: Lady P On Assignment in 1814 Kent. Introducing "The Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh" by Ella Quinn

Portrait of Queen Caroline, c. by James Lonsdale. Her hands are arranged to display her wedding ring in order to emphasize her fidelity to her marriage vows Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (Caroline Amelia Elizabeth; Roi George, King George Iv, Uk History, European History, British History, Marriage Vows, Unhappy Marriage, Kingdom Of Great Britain, Princess Caroline

Episode #9: In Which Lady P Depletes the Cooking Sherry During Her Discussion of Caroline of Brunswick

Win a $20 Amazon Gift Card and/or a Treasuring Theresa coffee mug! Susana’s Parlour is celebrating the second anniversary of The Romance Reviews with the Treasuring Theresa Lucky In Love Giveaway. To enter the contest, click the TRR graphic at right or the Treasuring Theresa graphic in the side bar. Before you go, leave a comment on today’s…

Famous Authors' Last Words Lord Byron : "Now I shall go to sleep." Lord Byron died in Greece of a fever, while fighting the Ottomans. Lord Byron, Mary Shelley, Famous Poems, Famous Last Words, British Poets, People Reading, English Poets, She Walks In Beauty, Writers And Poets

Episode #10: Lord Byron: Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know

Lady Pendleton, Damian Ashby's eccentric aunt (see the epilogue to Treasuring Theresa on Susana's web site), is visiting Susana from the early 19th century. She's intrigued by life in 21st century Toledo, Ohio, and, of course, Susana is thrilled to have the opportunity to pick her brain about life in Regency England. It certainly gives her a…

Episode In Which Leticia, Lady Beauchamp, Pops In For an Interview On Her Personal Acquaintance With Princess Charlotte of Wales Parlour, Princess Charlotte, Historical Romance, Christening, Daughters, Wales, Interview, Posts, Lady

Episode #14: In Which Leticia, Lady Beauchamp, Pops In For an Interview On Her Personal Acquaintance With Princess Charlotte of Wales

Episode #14: In Which Leticia, Lady Beauchamp, Pops In For an Interview On Her Acquaintance With Princess Charlotte of Wales

Handel wrote the Music for the Royal Fireworks for the public celebrations of the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle. - Etching of the original fireworks display in London's Green Park, 1749 Fireworks Music, Fireworks Show, Fireworks Displays, Chinese Fireworks, Nogent Sur Marne, Ancient Music, Carpeaux, Fire Works, Time To Celebrate

Lady P and Hyde Park

Lady P is back! This time she's helping Susana with information about Hyde Park. January 6, 2014

Episode In Which Lady P Talks About Hannah More and the Rights of Women Parlour, Historical Romance, Posts, Lady, Women, Messages, Drawing Room, Woman

Episode #11: In Which Lady P Talks About Hannah More and the Rights of Women

Lady Pendleton, Damian Ashby’s eccentric aunt (see the epilogue to Treasuring Theresa on Susana’s web site), is visiting Susana from the early 19th century. She’s intrigued by lif…

Vauxhall A General Prospect of Vaux Hall Gardens, by Johann Sebastian Muller (John Miller), Bowles & Carver, publisher. London History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, The Pleasure Garden, British Architecture, Regency Era, Old London, Historical Romance

Regency Rites: The London Season

The Haut Ton The haut ton referred to the members of some three hundred families who owned large estates that supplied their primary income. Sometimes they were called “the upper ten thousand.” Not all were titled, but they were usually at least well-connected and wealthy enough to stand the enormous expenses of socializing with the…

Episode In Which Lady P Discovers Sparkly Fabrics and Ponders Violating the Prime Directive Prime Directive, Parlour, Historical Romance, Episode 5, Pride And Prejudice, Fabrics, Posts, Lady, Tejidos

Episode #1: Susana’s Adventures With Lady P: The Introduction

Episode #1: Susana's Adventures With Lady P: The Introduction

Episode In Which Lady P Discovers Sparkly Fabrics and Ponders Violating the Prime Directive Prime Directive, Parlour, Historical Romance, Episode 5, Pride And Prejudice, Fabrics, Posts, Lady, Tejidos

Episode #2: Lady P Talks About… Pride and Prejudice?

Episode #2: Lady P Talks About…Pride and Prejudice?

Episode #4: Lady P and the Face on the $100 Bill Parlour, Historical Romance, 21st Century, The 100, Posts, Lady, Messages, Drawing Room, 3rd Millennium

Episode #4: Lady P and the Face On the $100 Bill

Lady Pendleton, Damian Ashby's eccentric aunt (see the epilogue to Treasuring Theresa on Susana's web site), is visiting Susana from the early 19th century. She's intrigued by life in 21st century Toledo, Ohio, and, of course, Susana is thrilled to have the opportunity to pick her brain about life in Regency England. It certainly gives her a…

Episode In Which Lady P Discovers Sparkly Fabrics and Ponders Violating the Prime Directive Prime Directive, Parlour, Historical Romance, Episode 5, Pride And Prejudice, Fabrics, Posts, Lady, Tejidos

Episode #5: In Which Lady P Discovers Sparkly Fabrics and Ponders Violating the Prime Directive

Episode #5: In Which Lady P Discovers Sparkly Fabric and Ponders Violating the Prime Directive

Episode Lady P Dishes the Dirt on the Duchess of Devonshire The Duchess Of Devonshire, Parlour, Historical Romance, Winter Hats, Posts, Dishes, Lady, Messages, Drawing Room

Episode #6: Lady P Dishes the Dirt on the Duchess of Devonshire

Lady Pendleton, Damian Ashby's eccentric aunt (see the epilogue to Treasuring Theresa on Susana's web site), is visiting Susana from the early 19th century. She's intrigued by life in 21st century Toledo, Ohio, and, of course, Susana is thrilled to have the opportunity to pick her brain about life in Regency England. It certainly gives her a…

Episode Lady P and the Prince Regent’s Illicit Marriage Parlour, Historical Romance, 21st Century, Prince, Marriage, Posts, Lady, Valentines Day Weddings, Messages

Episode #8: Lady P and the Prince Regent’s Illicit Marriage

Episode #8: Lady P and the Prince's Illicit Marriage

While the industrial revolution was indeed a glorious shift in economics, innovation, and more, there were (as always) naysayers. These men seen here took their role not to use the machines, but to destroy them in fear of them taking over their work. Radios, Technological Unemployment, Fréquence Radio, Textile Manufacturing, France Culture, Rage Against The Machine, History Timeline, Regency Era, How To Get Rich

Episode #13: Lady P Discusses the Luddite Uprising, the Assassination of Spencer Perceval, and the General Unfairness of Life

Lady Pendleton, Damian Ashby's eccentric aunt (see the epilogue to Treasuring Theresa on Susana's web site), is visiting Susana from the early 19th century. She's intrigued by life in 21st century Toledo, Ohio, and, of course, Susana is thrilled to have the opportunity to pick her brain about life in Regency England. It certainly gives her a…

A Celebration of Waterloo

Regency Rites

Eton Photos - Featured Images of Eton, Windsor and Maidenhead . Wet Nurse, Regency Era, Historical Romance, Trip Advisor, Gentleman, England, Mansions, Education, House Styles

A Regency Gentleman: His Upbringing

The Regency Gentleman: His Upbringing April 14, 2014

The Regency Gentleman’s Passion For the Turf Parlour, Historical Romance, Horse Racing, Regency, Gentleman, England, Passion, Horses, Travel

The Regency Gentleman’s Passion For the Turf

The Regency Gentleman's Passion For the Turf May 26, 2014

A lady in court dress from A book explaining the ranks and dignities of British Society Regency Gown, Regency Era, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Opera Dress, Mourning Dress, Court Dresses, 19th Century Fashion, Empire Style

Would you wear a gown like this in order to be presented to the Queen? Court Presentations in the Regency Period.

A Grim Reality: The Life of a Coach Horse in the Regency Era Coach Travel, Painting People, Regency Era, Horse Drawn, Historical Romance, Victorian Era, Victorian Fashion, Jane Austen, Transportation

The Regency Gentleman’s Passion For Horses

The Regency Gentleman's Passion For the Horse May 19, 2014

The Great Subscription room at Brooks in England. This is where the betting book is. Jane Austen, British Architecture, Gentlemans Club, London History, If Rudyard Kipling, Regency Era, High Fantasy, Old London, Historical Romance

Gentlemen’s Clubs in Regency London

Gentlemen's Clubs in Regency London April 28, 2014

Susana's Books

Today's featured book is Holly and Hopeful Hearts by The Bluestocking Belles. About the Book Title Holly and Hopeful Hearts Holiday B. Romance Authors, Romance Books, Rose Bennett, Fantasy Romance, Fantasy Books, Amy Rose, Cozy Mysteries, Paranormal Romance, Historical Romance

Cover Reveal: Holly and Hopeful Hearts by the Bluestocking Belles

Holly and Hopeful Hearts by the Bluestocking Belles: Cover Reveal September 16, 2016

Citizen Guerin, Portrait du peintre Pierre-Narcisse Guérin, 1801 by Robert Lefèvre - Note the title of 'Citizen Guerin', an allusion to the post-Revolutionary period in France Animal Heads, Dandy, Pet Portraits, Renaissance, Oil On Canvas, Goats, Artsy, Fine Art, History

Encounter at White’s: a cross-post with Nicole Zoltack

An Encounter at White's: A cross-post with Nicole Zoltack October 23, 2015

Miss Elizabeth Bennett (Jennifer Ehle) participates in an English country dance in television movie series 'Pride & Prejudice' (BBC, Jennifer Ehle, Miss Elizabeth, Elizabeth Bennett, Jane Austen Novels, Country Dance, Mr Darcy, Shall We Dance, Film Music Books, Change

A Favorite Scene From Treasuring Theresa!

The official excerpt is on http://www.susanaellis.com/pub.html. This scene comes later, however. Enjoy! Copyright © SUSANA ELLIS, 2013 All Rights Reserved, Ellora's Cave Publishing, Inc. “When does the waltzing begin?” he whispered as they performed the elaborate steps of the country dance. “I must claim the first waltz.” “We do not waltz here,” she whispered back.…

Susana discusses her current WIP, "Cherishing Charlotte" in "The Next Big Thing" Blog Hop." Lucky In Love, The Next Big Thing, Historical Romance, Cold Shoulder Dress, White Dress, Parlour, Heroines, Celebrities, Blog

Susana Got Tagged in The Next Big Thing Blog Hop!

Susana discusses her current WIP, "Cherishing Charlotte" in "The Next Big Thing" Blog Hop."

A Treatise On Lady Theresa Parlour, Daughter, Posts, Lady, Messages, Drawing Room, My Daughter, Daughters

A Treatise on Lady Theresa. What's she really like?

The Bluestocking Belles' Time Machine has landed in 1814 at both Vauxhall Gardens and Drury Lane. Time Travel Machine, Thomas Hood, Westminster Bridge, Pet Monkey, Historical Romance, Historian, Fireworks, Mythology, North America

1814 Vauxhall and Drury Lane: The Belles’ Time Travel Machine

The Bluestocking Belles' Time Machine has landed in 1814 at both Vauxhall Gardens and Drury Lane.

Getting Into My Characters' Heads: Susana Ellis. Tips about writing with unique voices for romance characters. Writing Romance, Historical Romance, My Character, Florida, Lady, Unique, March, Parlour, Heroines

Another Sneak Peak of “A Home For Helena”

An Excerpt of "A Home For Helena," Susana's WIP March 27, 2014

Nothing says Independence Day like fireworks! The bright explosion of color and light and the thunderous boom. Why just celebrate on the Fourth of July? Come for a fireworks celebration at River Fest at Bicentennial Park. New Years Eve Fireworks, 4th Of July Fireworks, Fourth Of July, Fireworks Pictures, Fireworks Show, Fireworks Displays, Fireworks Festival, Jingle Bell, Happy New Year

Cotillion Christmas Traditions: Susana Ellis and “A Twelfth Night Tale”

It's Release Day for "A Twelfth Night Tale"! November 21, 2013

A Twelfth Night Tale by Susana Ellis. She wants to secure a good life for her sisters by marrying an eligible lord. Too bad the man who stole her heart is her best friend's brother. Could Christmas magic bring them together? Best Friends Brother, Twelfth Night, Historical Romance, Livingston, Life Is Good, Erotic, Interview, Hero, Celebrities

Susana Interviews Mrs. Barlow, the Mother of the Heroine of “A Twelfth Night Tale”

Susana Interviews Mrs. Barlow, the Mother of the Heroine of “A Twelfth Night Tale”: December 5, 2013

Susana Welcomes the Heartbreaker Blog Hop. Is Damian, Lord Clinton really a heartbreaker? Viscount, Historical Romance, Gentleman, Lord, Parlour, Heroines, Posts, Image, Fashion

Susana Welcomes the Heartbreaker Blog Hop!

Susana Welcomes the Heartbreaker Blog Hop. Is Damian, Lord Clinton really a heartbreaker?

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers Onion Sauce, Parlour, Historical Romance, Daughters, Wines, Brewing, Mothers, Posts, Suppers

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements for Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Sauces

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Sauces

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Preserving Roots and Vegetables Parlour, Daughters, Roots, Mothers, Vegetables, Drawing Room, Vegetable Recipes, Sisters, Girls

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Preserving Roots and Vegetables

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements for Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Preserving Vegetables & Roots

 Barlow advises on vegetables and roots today on Susana's Parlour. Check out these "Westphalia Loaves" that turned out more like patties! But yummy ones! Parlour, Roots, Vegetables, Ethnic Recipes, Check, Drawing Room, Vegetable Recipes, Veggies

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Vegetables and Roots

Mrs. Barlow advises on vegetables and roots today on Susana's Parlour. Check out these "Westphalia Loaves" that turned out more like patties! But yummy ones!

Cast-iron cauldron with soup at the stake in the courtyard. Summer day and dinner in the fresh air near the flower bed. Homemade bricks with cast iron lid. The cook falls asleep in a soup spoon of Classic French Onion Soup, Tuscan Soup, Pasta E Fagioli, Tomato Basil Soup, Bowl Of Soup, Slice Of Bread, Utrecht, The Fresh, Microwave

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Broths, Soups, and Gravies

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Broths, Soups, and Gravies

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers Onion Sauce, Parlour, Historical Romance, Daughters, Wines, Brewing, Mothers, Posts, Suppers

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: the Bill of Fare Twelfth Night, Historical Romance, Dreadlocks, Parlour, Hair Styles, Daughters, Mothers, Posts, Beauty

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: the Bill of Fare

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: the Bill of Fare

Ackermann's Fashion Prints

Read "Ackermann's Repository Fashion Prints by Susana Ellis available from Rakuten Kobo. A Regency romance author compiled a comprehensive list of all the London fashion prints and commentary from all twenty y. Historical Women, Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Romance Authors, London Fashion, Women's Fashion, Regency, Fashion Prints, Literature

A Regency romance author compiled a comprehensive list of all the London fashion prints and commentary from all twenty years of Ackermann's Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, to which she added annual timelines of important historic events. While this volume was created for the use of authors of historical fiction, it may also appeal to anyone interested in historical women's fashion.

Books

Patricia Kiyono discusses her samurai historical. A Hundred Years, Ellis Island, Parlour, Historical Romance, New Books, Samurai, Writer, Author, Posts

Guest Author: Patricia Kiyono

Patricia Kiyono discusses her samurai historical.

Curious Characters

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Georgian Era Artisans

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Susana's Adventures in Engand

Hever Castle: Anne Boleyn’s Childhood Home June 19, Anne Boleyn, Parlour, Historical Romance, 16th Century, Tudor, Castle, Childhood, Posts

Hever Castle: Anne Boleyn’s Childhood Home

Hever Castle: Anne Boleyn's Childhood Home June 19, 2014

Romance of London

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Amusements of Old London

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Coaching Days & Coaching Ways

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Bow Street

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Guest Posts

Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte's Wedding Dress, described as a dress so small that it “would fit easily into a gentleman’s pocket.” They were married on Christmas Eve 1803 (MET Museum). Baltimore, Elizabeth Patterson, Period Outfit, Costume Institute, Historical Clothing, Pretty Outfits, Pretty Clothes, Wedding Styles, Wedding Ideas

What to Wear When Saying “I Do” to Your Beau: Regency Wedding Gowns by Katherine Givens

Katherine Givens: What To Wear While Saying "I Do" To Your Beau: Regency Wedding Gowns June 5, 2014

Vauxhall Gardens: A History

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The Dress

The Dress: Episode It fits! Susana's mother is a genius! Romantic Times, Poses For Pictures, Parlour, Episode 3, Sari, Posts, Dresses, Fashion, Saree

The Dress: Episode #3

The Dress: Episode #3: It fits! Susana's mother is a genius!

The Dress: Episode It fits! See me wearing it for the first time and my mom working on the blue satin coat. Oh, and my sister Gloria in HER Regency gown! Regency Gown, Satin Coat, Romantic Times, Parlour, Historical Romance, Blue Satin, My Mom, Posts, Dresses

The Dress: Episode 2 + Giveaway

The Dress: Episode 2. It fits! See me wearing it for the first time and my mom working on the blue satin coat. Oh, and my sister Gloria in HER Regency gown!

Episode of "The Dress," the story of the adventures of my mother and me in Regency dressmaking Regency Gown, Teacher Books, Book Signing, Parlour, Historical Romance, Dressmaking, Posts, Dresses, Sew Dress

The Dress: Episode 1

Episode #1 of "The Dress," the story of the adventures of my mother and me in Regency dressmaking

Spotlight on Historical Personalities

Philip Astley – was an English equestrian, circus owner, and inventor, regarded as being the "father of the modern circus". Circus Music, Circus Theme, Historical Romance, Historical Society, Ringling Brothers, Trick Riding, Human Oddities, Poems Beautiful, British Library

Philip Astley: Equestrian, Showman and Entrepreneur

Phillip Astley: Equestrian, Showman and Entrepreneur February 3, 2014

Susana's Author Pals

Susana’s Author Pals: Blair Bancroft Historical Romance, Central Florida, New Books, Authors, Writers, Singer, Romantic, Parlour, Regency

Susana’s Author Pals: Blair Bancroft

Blair Bancroft, aka Grace Kone. Professional singer, director, pianist, teacher, and author of Regency romances, romantic suspense, and more. Fellow member of the Central Florida Romance Writers.

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Thomas Lawrence ~ Koningin Charlotte ~ 1789 ~ Olieverf op doek ~ x 147 cm. ~ The National Gallery, Londen Thomas Gainsborough, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Hogarth, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, William Turner, Rey George, King George, Lawrence Thomas

Ackermann's Repository: The Death of Queen Charlotte

Mourning Dresses from Ackermann's Repository in 1818. Also, an Ackermann's tribute to Queen Charlotte and the specifications for mourning dress for the death of a beloved queen. Susana's Parlour. The Death of Queen Charlotte Two Hundred Years Ago This Month.

Read "Ackermann's Repository Fashion Prints by Susana Ellis available from Rakuten Kobo. A Regency romance author compiled a comprehensive list of all the London fashion prints and commentary from all twenty y. Historical Women, Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Romance Authors, London Fashion, Women's Fashion, Regency, Fashion Prints, Literature

A Regency romance author compiled a comprehensive list of all the London fashion prints and commentary from all twenty years of Ackermann's Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, to which she added annual timelines of important historic events. While this volume was created for the use of authors of historical fiction, it may also appeal to anyone interested in historical women's fashion.

Susana’s Author Pals: Blair Bancroft Historical Romance, Central Florida, New Books, Authors, Writers, Singer, Romantic, Parlour, Regency

Susana’s Author Pals: Blair Bancroft

Blair Bancroft, aka Grace Kone. Professional singer, director, pianist, teacher, and author of Regency romances, romantic suspense, and more. Fellow member of the Central Florida Romance Writers.

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers Onion Sauce, Parlour, Historical Romance, Daughters, Wines, Brewing, Mothers, Posts, Suppers

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements for Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Sauces

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Sauces

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Preserving Roots and Vegetables Parlour, Daughters, Roots, Mothers, Vegetables, Drawing Room, Vegetable Recipes, Sisters, Girls

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Preserving Roots and Vegetables

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements for Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Preserving Vegetables & Roots

 Barlow advises on vegetables and roots today on Susana's Parlour. Check out these "Westphalia Loaves" that turned out more like patties! But yummy ones! Parlour, Roots, Vegetables, Ethnic Recipes, Check, Drawing Room, Vegetable Recipes, Veggies

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Vegetables and Roots

Mrs. Barlow advises on vegetables and roots today on Susana's Parlour. Check out these "Westphalia Loaves" that turned out more like patties! But yummy ones!

Cast-iron cauldron with soup at the stake in the courtyard. Summer day and dinner in the fresh air near the flower bed. Homemade bricks with cast iron lid. The cook falls asleep in a soup spoon of Classic French Onion Soup, Tuscan Soup, Pasta E Fagioli, Tomato Basil Soup, Bowl Of Soup, Slice Of Bread, Utrecht, The Fresh, Microwave

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Broths, Soups, and Gravies

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Broths, Soups, and Gravies

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers Onion Sauce, Parlour, Historical Romance, Daughters, Wines, Brewing, Mothers, Posts, Suppers

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: Suppers

 Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: the Bill of Fare Twelfth Night, Historical Romance, Dreadlocks, Parlour, Hair Styles, Daughters, Mothers, Posts, Beauty

Mrs. Barlow’s Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: the Bill of Fare

Mrs. Barlow's Tasteful Advisements to Young Matrons and Overwrought Mothers of Daughters: the Bill of Fare

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Life in India and Another Sister Wed The Descent, Sister Wedding, Parlour, Happy Marriage, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Writer, Sisters, India

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Life in India and Another Sister Wed

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Life in India and Another Sister Married

The earliest written reference to crochet seems to be a mention of something called "shepherd's knitting" in The Memoirs of a Highland Lady by Elizabeth Grant in 1812 Easy Knitting Projects, Crochet Projects, Elizabeth Grant, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Old Photos, Statue, History, Lady

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Colonel and Mrs. Smith

1829 [Colonel Smith] had come down from Satara, where he commanded, for change of air, not being well. He lived with his friend Doctor Eckford, and we frequently met them in the evenings driving out together and sometimes we met them in society, but our paths did not seem to cross. He paid no particular…

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Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Shipboard Life

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Shipboard Life as our Highland Lady travels to #India on the #MountstewartElphinstone. #ElizabethGrant

The Arniston was an East Indiaman that was wrecked on 30 May 1815 during a storm at Waenhuiskrans, near Cape Agulhas, South Africa, with the loss of 372 lives – only six on board survived. Storm And Silence, Old Sailing Ships, East India Company, East Indies, Wooden Ship, Nautical Art, Set Sail, Ship Art, Tall Ships

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Further Hardships and Preparing for a Voyage

Jane’s marriage to Colonel Pennington, a much older man: Jane was determined. She had argued the point in her own strong mind, decided it, and it was to be. Perhaps she was not wrong; the circumstances of the family were deplorable, there did not appear to be any hope of better days, for the girls…

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and an Unfortunate Change of Fortunes Elizabeth Grant, Parlour, Historical Romance, Memoirs, Edinburgh, Recovery, Writer, Training, Cabin

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Edinburgh and an Unfortunate Change of Fortunes

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Waterloo and Return to Edinburgh Waterloo 1815, Battle Of Waterloo, Waterloo Battlefield, Prince Of Orange, La Haye, Hundred Days, French History, War Image, British Soldier

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Waterloo and the Return to Edinburgh

Memoirs of a Highland Lady: Waterloo and Return to Edinburgh