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Not every island is meant for habitation.... so probably don't colonize one if it is not. Trinidade for instance. By Mark Patton, author of fiction and nonfiction.

http://englishhistoryauthors.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-british-colony-that-never-was.html
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Queen Caroline Mathilde was born on this day. She ended her scandalous, short life in exile after a disastrous, deadly affair. 
Caroline Matilda of Great Britain (London, England, 11th July 1751 - Celle, Germany, 10th May 1775) Caroline Mathilde by Francis Cotes She went from the House of Hanover to the court of Denmark and ended in scandalous exi...
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The extinction of the Susquehannock in the Mid-Atlantic region is more than the loss of people. With them went their language and their culture. A post on this tragedy by Anna Belfrage.
Today, I am happy to welcome Anna Belfrage, author of The Graham Saga as she promotes her latest release and sixth book of the series, Revenge and Retribution. Anna’s post about the Susquehannock p...
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Dominique Jean Larrey, pioneer of battlefield surgery, was born on this day.
Dominique Jean Larrey (Paris, France, 8th July 1766 - Lyon, France, 25th July 1842) Napoleon named Larrey "the worthiest man I have ever met", seen here in an 1804  portrait by Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson Today I...
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In 1796 a seemingly innocuous piece of tax legislation caused uproar in England. The new law provoked a debate about the very nature of the human spirit and whether owning a dog was a right or a luxury. At the end of the 18...
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On this day in 1818, a double royal wedding was held at Kew.
In a month or so I shall be celebrating eight years of marriage with my colonial gentleman, here in our tottering abode. Our wedding was an intimate do, attended by close friends and immediate family and was, I am pleased to ...
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An abundance of great information on #Regency era letter writing and the supplies needed, by Maria Grace. Perhaps a habit we should all relearn?

http://englishhistoryauthors.blogspot.com/2014/07/of-quills-and-ink-regency-letter-writing.html 
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The Regency Romance is an enormously successful popular genre, however, how much does it reflect the truth about women’s lives in that period? This is one famous woman's experience. http://paulinemontagna.net/lady-emma-hamilton-a-real-regency-romance/
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"Grief returns with the revolving year": The Death of Percy Bysshe Shelley. 
Percy Bysshe Shelley (Broadbridge Heath, England, 4th August 1792 - Livorno, Italy, 8th  July 1822) Percy Bysshe Shelley by Alfred Clint, 1819 Last year, within the first few weeks of the salon doors opening, I told of th...
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Looking for a husband the Georgian way: the story behind The Ladies Waldegrave.
Although I am a fan of quill and paper there are times when even I have to leave the 18th century behind and fire up my computer. So I don't feel too out of time, I always keep a little slice of Georgian art to hand on the de...
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Owner of the English Historical Fiction Authors blog.
Owner of the Historical Info for Historical Fiction Readers Goodreads group.
Co-editor of Castles, Customs, and Kings: True Tales by English Historical Fiction Authors published by Madison Street Publishing. To be released September 23rd, 2013.
Author of The Companion of Lady Holmeshire, published by World Castle Publications.

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