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J.G. MacLeod Aug 14
is the 4th child of the Duke of Manchester, an alcoholic struggling to pay his debts in . When Ellen refuses to marry the man who promises to solve the duke's problems, she is sent to live on a remote island with her aunt.
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PeriodDramaMen 33m
Not many actors can make syphilis and monsterhood sexy, but is a genius. Once again, our vote for ! And, Watch The Chronicles.
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LongVictorianPrints Aug 18
Beautiful book design for The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley. London: Macmillan and Co. (1886).
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Jack Natton Aug 22
First draft of my completed. Time for editing and polishing. .
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AnneMarie Brear Aug 22
The Slum Angel Can Victoria find the security she has lost? Will a certain doctor be the man she can give her heart to? Amazon:
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Jane Queen Aug 22
Nestled high up in the middle of nowhere on the Yorkshire Wolds lies an abandoned Victorian church. It's very intriguing 😊🤔
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janetgover 3h
Do you think horses are scary? They always look so wild-eyed and frightened - or maybe angry. There will be carousel horses in the I'm about to start , but they will happy . Iron Bridge Gorge, 2006.
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LookingGlassLantern Aug 19
A Tapestry of Tales CD on themed from the UK
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Beth Sliwinski 3h
Excellent visit to to see the William Powell Frith exhibition - do go, if you get the chance
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Victorian Book Club Aug 20
An interesting find: the of Bram Stoker’s brother, Lt Col Richard Nugent Stoker, in the churchyard of St Peter’s in Duncan, British Columbia.
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The Cornish Bed Co 6h
Kenny, our engineer, uses a ladle to pour 500 degree molten zinc into each mould cavity. As the zinc solidifies, it is knocked free, with any spigots being removed and recycled. Visit our website to find out more about how we make our hand cast beds.
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prime news 11h
Government approves plans for three controversial solar farms -
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The Long Victorian Aug 21
The Disillusioned One (1892) by Ferdinand Hodler (Swiss, 1853–1918).
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Laurie Benson Aug 15
You never know what fun stuff you'll find at a museum. These are a pair of coach covers from the 1880s which are detachable orbs used to disguise diamond earrings during the day or while traveling. I spotted these at The Met.
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Jack The Ripper Tour 12h
A new history blog that features a story from 1888, which shows that was not the only danger faced by residents that year.
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Property Road Aug 21
Love ? Here's what you need to know before you buy one:
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Ted Davis Aug 21
"..shockingly abrupt schitzoid antebellum exclusive 19th century whimsy colonial-theft excess wealth exuberance threat tail-tell looming harbinge..
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Pam Lecky 19h
THE BOWES INHERITANCE An Unexpected Inheritance A Handsome but Hostile Neighbour Can Louisa solve the mysteries surrounding Bowes Farm?
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Mimi Matthews 21h
"Perceptive social insights enrich this Victorian romance...Strongly recommended." A wonderful new review for A Modest Independence from !!
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