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These posts have appeared already or will be published later:
- 1783: Isabella Courtenay and her niece | May 30, 2018
- 1784: Balloon hats and silvered sashes
- 1784: Loughborough pills
- 1784: The whole was blown up
- 1787: Dangerous papers
- 1811: A noble lord absconds | June 1, 2018
- 1811: Cousins from County Limerick
- 1814: A house by the Hudson | June 1, 2018
- 1835: All my castles
- 1861: Drunk with cheers
Posts are associated with ‘Categories’ which are named at the bottom of the post after the date. By clicking on the name, you can select all the posts in that category. This list shows the most recent post (if any) within each category.
Leisure & luxury
- Associates & partners: | See also: William’s obituary with notices of other deaths.
- Family members: May 30, 2018 / 1783. | See also: Facts of life; Lady Honywood’s Memorial; Sisters; Uncles, aunts and cousins; Valentia v. Valentia; William and the Churches; William’s obituary with notices of other deaths; William’s wills; Wills of other people.
- Servants | See also: William’s French household (1 &2); William’s wills; Wills of other people.
- Devon: June 1, 2018 / 1811. | See also: William and the Churches; William’s wills.
- France: | See also: both ‘Marie Courtenay’ and the new Afterword; William’s French household (1 & 2).
- Ireland: | See also: William and the Churches; William’s obituary with notices of other deaths.
- New York: June 1, 2018 / 1814.
Scandals & reputation:
- 1784 scandal: | See also: Scandal of 1784: texts from the time.
- 1811 scandal: June 1, 2018 / 1811.
- Reputation: | See also: William in the words of others, 1 & 2.
- Estates & wills: | See also: ‘Marie Courtenay’; William’s wills; Wills of other people.
- Patronage: | See also: William and the Churches.
- Rank & titles
William Blake: Albion Rose, 1793. Wikimedia Commons