Mail Coaches in England during the Industrial Revolution – History of Mail Coaches – For 150 years before the first mail coach, letters were carried between ‘posts’ by mounted post-boys and delivered to the postmaster, who took out his letters and handed the rest to another post-boy to carry them on. The process was slow and post-boys were easy targets for robbers.Continue reading
Copyright on Images on the Internet involves interpretation, legitimate mistakes, exploitation, and in some cases, extortion. Confused Much? Who can you trust?Continue reading
Medical Weird and Wonderful from HistoryContinue reading
I adore the ‘Weird and Wonderful’ in history. I’m going to regularly post a few of my favorites. Hope you enjoy them too.Continue reading
COME AND TAKE A WALK WITH ME DOWN A REGENCY STREET.
By the end of the Regency period, the City of London had more than a million inhabitants.
It gives me enormous pleasure to host Kathleen Harrington on her Book Tour for LACHLAN’S BRIDE.Continue reading