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Just as I am finishing this, a book I had requested through the library arrived. It is Part 3 of the autobiography of William Jerden, the longtime lover of L.E.L., and the father of her three children, according to Cynthia Lawford. I have not had a chance to read any of it, but inside the front cover are two great pictures. The first of a young Letitia, age 25 and the second is an engraving of "Miss Landon's residence in Hans Place."








Fashion The poem,"Sans Souci," mentions fashion and hairstyles in several places, and many of the gifts books are full of engravings, paintings and pictures of women in all sorts of fashionable attire. Here are some pictures of the fashions of the day from a book I found titled English Costume from the Fourteenth through the Nineteenth Century, drawn by Iris Brooke and described by Brooke and James Laver (New York: Macmillan, 1937).

Research Books on Real Regency Clothes
Petit Courrier des Dames, 1828
Women's Bandeaux