Social Customs During the Regency Era

(from Jane Austen’s World)

1. British Culture

2. Documents:

3. Peerage/Precedence

4. The Regency Era in General:

Agriculture

Animals, See Pets, Animals, and Husbandry

Art, Architecture, and Culture (See also Country Houses and Furnishings)

Cant and Slang: See Vocabulary

Children

Coins (Also see Economics)

Cookery (Also see Dining)

Country Houses (See also Architecture and Furnishings, and Houses)

Courtship (See Marriage/Marriage Mart)

Crime (Also see Law)

Daily Life

Dancing (See also Music & Songs)

Dictionaries and Regency Cant (See Vocabulary)

Dining (Also visit “Food and Cookery” in my sidebar and look under “Original Sources”)

Economics/Money (Also see Coins)

Education (Books, Literature, Schools and Libraries)

Etiquette (See Manners and Customs, and Letters)

Fashion (Also visit “Fashion” in my sidebar)

Food and Drink (See Dining, above, and Food tags in sidebar)

Funerals and Mourning Customs

Furnishings (See also Country Houses and Architecture)

Gardens (See Landscapes and Gardens)

Gentlemanly Pursuits (Also see Leisurely Pursuits and Pets, Animals, and Husbandry)

Grand Tour

Holidays and Important Days

Houses and Household Duties (See also Country Houses and Architecture and Furnishings)

Jewelry (Jewellery)

Ladies Endeavors

Landscapes and Gardens

Law (also see crime)

Leisurely Pursuits

Letters

London

London Pubs, Inns, Taverns, Tea Houses, and Coffee Houses

Manners, Etiquette, and Customs

Victorian
Man, Manly, Man’s (See Gentlemanly Pursuits or Leisurely Pursuits)

Maps

Marriage/Marriage Mart/Courtship

Medicine

Money (See Coins and Economics)

Mourning (See Funerals)

Music and Songs (Also see Dance)

Newspapers and Magazines (see Publications)

Occupations

Pets, Animals, and Husbandry

Poor

Publications

Religion

Rural (See agriculture)

Servants

Shopping

Sport

Travel

Also check the extensive travel section under the History tab.

Vocabulary

Wedding (See Marriage/Marriage Mart)

Women (See Ladies Endeavors)

Work, Workers (See Occupations or Servants)

General