King Henry V: [after kissing Princess Katherine] You have witchcraft in your lips

King Henry V: [after kissing Princess Katherine] You have witchcraft in your lips

Cutaway drawing representing a successful middling Londoner's house in around 1750. © Geffrye Museum

Cutaway drawing representing a successful middling Londoner's house in around 1750. © Geffrye Museum

Regency Town House: Traditional layout for town houses. Domestic offices for servants in the basement, formal rooms on ground and first floors and bedrooms on floors above. Due to higher land prices in towns, even large houses tended to be built upwards on long, narrow plots. At the back of the house there was a coach house, stable block and quarters for the coachmen and grooms. rth.org.uk

Regency Town House: Traditional layout for town houses. Domestic offices for servants in the basement, formal rooms on ground and first floors and bedrooms on floors above. Due to higher land prices in towns, even large houses tended to be built upwards on long, narrow plots. At the back of the house there was a coach house, stable block and quarters for the coachmen and grooms. rth.org.uk

Regency Glossary | Sharon Lathan Phaeton – The Regency version of a sports car. A light, fast, fashionable four-wheeled carriage for one or two horses, usually driven by the owner rather than a coachman.

Regency Glossary | Sharon Lathan Phaeton – The Regency version of a sports car. A light, fast, fashionable four-wheeled carriage for one or two horses, usually driven by the owner rather than a coachman.

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