Regency in General

  • Anne Woodley’s Regency Collection (Good general site for articles on specific subjects, lots of links.)
  • The Georgian Index (Comprehensive site on all aspects of Georgian/Regency life.)
  • The Jane Austen Magazine (Many useful articles on fashion, accessories, history, book reviews, etc.)
  • Leigh’s New Picture of London 1819 (Excellent guide to London from 1819, including a wealth of information on subjects ranging from churches and charities, prisons, hackney coach regulations, periodical publications, booksellers, hotels, medicine, and more.)
  • Nancy Meyer, Regency Researcher (“A most proper authority on all things Regency.” Indeed, she is. Nancy has been sharing her knowledge with Regency writers for years. Her site is full of wonderful articles.)
  • The Napoleonic Guide (Yes, it’s about French history, but it’s the same time period as the English Regency and includes everything you ever wanted to know about Napoleon, including his campaigns against British forces.)
  • Regency England (Fun site with interesting sections on weddings and shopping.)
  • Regency Musical Timeline (Excellent work-in-progress detailing music from 1811 to 1820.)
  • A Regency Repository (Good general site with brief overviews of art, literature, science, etc. with lots of links.)
  • Regency Taste (Brief overview of Regency architecture styles.)