Today I am really pleased to announce a brand new feature here at the Guide. As I gad about the web, I have been fortunate enough to find a host of wonderful long 18th century tweeters, bloggers and writers. Although I try to share as many of these as I can, I thought a more formal effort might be an idea.
Each Saturday from now on, unless I have a guest blogger at the salon, I will be publishing a digest of my favourite posts from around the long 18th century web. I am also working on my blogroll so if you have any recommendations, please do get in touch!
I hope you will discover some wonderful new stories and sites to enjoy; the festivities have kept me away from the web, so the first selection is short but hopefully sweet!
Chimes at Midnight
A ghostly tale from the Royal Society.
A Regency Christmas
What did it take to enjoy a true Regency Christmas?
Remade Brocade: From Wedding Dress to Wedding Shoes
How a wedding gown found a new life as wedding shoes!
Who was the man in the Duke and Duchess of Angoulême?
A look at an eventful life and a noble marriage by Shannon Selin.
The life of the inimitable William Douglas, Third Earl March and Fourth Duke of Queensbury, known for his love of gambling and the ladies.