Early Victorian England, 1830-1865 - Vol. 1

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Acknowledgements are due in each case to the owner whose name appears below, and in particular to H.M. the King for gracious permission to reproduce Frith's Ramsgate Sands (Plate 126) from the Buckingham Palace Collection.
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1. Frontispiece. Old Westminster. From the water-colour by Peter de Wint in the Victoria and Albert Museum
2. 1. Work. From the painting by Ford Madox Brown in the Manchester Art Galleryfacing4
3. 2. Watch-cases. Coventry, c. 1850 tail-piece76
4. 3. Old Gentleman, 1830. (Sir Francis Burdett.) Victoria and Albert Museumfacing80
5. 4. Young Gentlemen, 1834. From the Gentleman's Magazine of Fashion. Mrs. Richardsonfacing82
6. 5. Young Ladies, 1830. From La Belle Assemblee. Mrs. Richardsonfacing84
7. 6. Young Lady, 1835: ConcertDress. From the Court Magazine. Mrs. Richardsonfacing86
8. 7. Dandies, 1838. From Modes de Paris. Mrs. Richardsonfacing88
9. 8. Model of 1842, with later accessories (Florence Dombey style). Victoria and Albert Museum. facing90
10. 9. Young Lady and Maid, 1844. From Les Modes Parisiennes. Mrs. Richardsonfacing94
11. 10. The Crinoline, 1855. From La Mode. Mrs. Richardsonfacing96
12. 11. State Bed, 1851facing100
13. 12. Dressing Cases, 1851facing104
14. 13. Table Lamps and Chandelier, 1851facing112
15. 14. Table Glass, 1851facing114
16. 15. Boy of 1856. (Eric, or Little by Little style.) Victoria and Albert Museumfacing116
17. 16. Three Generations, 1857. From the Gentleman's Magazine of Fiction. Mrs. Richardsonfacing118
18. 17. Young Ladies, 1860. From the Journal des Demoiselles. Mrs. Richardsonfacing122
19. 18. Young Lady, 1860. From a photograph in the possession of Mrs. Arnold-Forsterfacing124
20. 19. Old Lady and Child, 1860. From a photograph in the possession of Mrs. Arnold-Forsterfacing126
21. 20. Young Ladies, 1861: outdoor style. From the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine. Mrs. Richardsonfacing130
22. 21. The Great of 1865: including Tennyson, Browning, Swinburne, and Longfellow. Victoria and Albert Museumfacing134
23. 22. Walking Dress, 1866-7. From the Courrier de la Mode. Mrs. Richard- sonfacing138

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations viii
  • Costume xiv
  • Chronological Table xvii
  • I - Work and Wages 1
  • II - Homes and Habits 77
  • III - Town Life 153
  • IV - Life in the New Towns 225
  • V - Country Life and Sport 245
  • VI - The Navy 297
  • VII - The Army 345
  • VIII - The Mercantile Marine, 1830-65 377
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