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"A Description of the Correct Method of Waltzing, the Truly Fashionable Species of Dancing" by Thomas Wilson, 1816.

"A Description of the Correct Method of Waltzing, the Truly Fashionable Species of Dancing" by Thomas Wilson,

Elegant Company Dancing, undated, by Thomas Rowlandson. Yale Center for British Art, B1975.3.30

Two Nerdy History Girls: Joseph Addison explains men & women

Walking in Austen’s Footsteps, by Paul Emanuelli

Walking in Austen’s Footsteps, by Paul Emanuelli

Formal Ball at The Upper Assembly Rooms in Bath – Painting by Thomas Rowlandson from Victoria Art Gallery (Bath) Collection

Capering & Kickery - Real Regency Dancers Don't Turn Single: Ten Tips for Judging Authenticity

Inquiring Readers: This is the second of four posts to Pride and Prejudice Without Zombies, Austenprose’s main event for June/July – or an in-depth reading of Pride and Prejudice. My first post dis…

Satire: scene in a ball-room with four couples dancing to the music supplied by a French violinist.  2 April 1817  Hand-coloured etching British Museum

Recto Satire: scene in a ball-room with four couples dancing to the music supplied by a French violinist. 2 April 1817 Hand-coloured etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

Waltzing, 1825. Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University.

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Regency Dance: The Waltz

Regency Dance: The Waltz

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