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LIVE LIKE A GEORGIAN
THE ROYAL WEDDING
WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL COPENHAGEN . . . .Part Two
In retirement Copenhagen must have become somewhat mellowed because he was regularly ridden by friends and children at the Duke's
WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL COPENHAGEN . . .
Copenhagen was the name of the horse the Duke of Wellington rode at the Battle of Waterloo. Born in 1808, Copenhagen was
AUTHOR FANNY BURNEY IN BRUSSELS IN 1815
This is the first of a series of Waterloo related posts we'll be running in honour of the upcoming anniversary
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. BRUMMELL
" A person, my dear, will probably come and speak to us; and if he enters into conversation, be careful to give