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Ball Dress August 1818

Ball Dress, August 1818

"Frock of white crape, Venetian gauze or fine net, richly embellished at the border with small double Indian roses of a beautiful pink colour, and mingled with leaves of crape and pearls...

St. George's

St. George’s, Hanover Sqaure

St. George’s was, and still is, the parish church for the affluent Mayfair district of London. The church was completed in1725 by John James, and was funded by the “Commission for Building Fifty New Churches.”  It has undergone very little alteration since that time. Many important weddings, in real life and in Regency fiction, took place at St. George’s. The first entry in the Marriage Register is dated April 30th, 1725. In that year there were only thirty weddings, but from then onwards the numbers...