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London cafes: the surprising history of London's lost coffeehouses - Telegraph

...  in London the coffee-house was unique in the extent to which it entrenched itself as an institution in the social, cultural, commercial, and political life of the city.

After the changes in economic activity caused a rapidly growing population. Many landless individuals found jobs in manufacturing. More people lived longer, resulting in earlier marriages.

The Lost World of the London Coffeehouse -  In contrast to today’s rather mundane spawn of coffeehouse chains, the London of the 17th and 18th century was home to an eclectic and thriving coffee drinking scene. Dr Matthew Green explores the halcyon days of the London coffeehouse, a haven for caffeine-fueled debate and innovation which helped to shape the modern world.

The Bitter Trade: London’s Coffeehouses and the Glorious Revolution, essays by Piers Alexander and Dr.

London cafes: the surprising history of London's lost coffeehouses - Telegraph

The surprising history of London's fascinating (but forgotten) coffeehouses

Coffeehouses brought people and ideas together; they inspired brilliant ideas and discoveries that would make Britain the envy of the world.

Inquiring readers: Paul Emanuelli, author of Avon Street, has contributed posts for this blog before about the City of Bath as a Character and Law & Order and Jane Austen’s Aunt. He has graciou…

Food – To Die For: Food Preparation in the Georgian Era

Inquiring readers: Paul Emanuelli, author of Avon Street, has contributed posts for this blog before about the City of Bath as a Character and Law & Order and Jane Austen’s Aunt. He has graciou…

Pehr Hilleström, Syende dam

Syende dam Signerad och daterad Pehr Hilleström f. Olja på duk, 52 x 44 cm.

Hampton Court - the Great Watching Chamber built in honor of Jane Seymour after she gave birth to Henry VIII's son and heir. The room's name comes from the presence of royal guards in the room protecting Henry VIII.

Stained glass windows - Hampton Court - the Great Watching Chamber built in honor of Jane Seymour after she gave birth to Henry VIII's son and heir. The room's name comes from the presence of royal guards in the room protecting Henry VIII.

The Camp Laundry  Anonymous, British, 18th century

The Camp Laundry -Anonymous, British, 1782 - it was a myth that the laundresses were loose women. Most often they were the wives of the soldiers who cooked, clean and did the laundry of the unit.

London cafes: the surprising history of London's lost coffeehouses - Telegraph

The surprising history of London's fascinating (but forgotten) coffeehouses

"London cafes: the surprising history of London's lost coffeehouses" - Telegraph Newspaper London

Dining in Georgian Britain. Eating in Georgian London: How to Buy Meat and Poultry, Sample Menus and Much Much More, Posted on May 15, 2012 by Susanna	 It’s time for another exciting installment from The London Adviser and Guide!  Today we will learn how to purchase meat and poultry in Georgian London. To break up the text, I’m inserting images of course settings from various cookbooks from the late 1700s/early 1800s.

Dining in Georgian Britain. Eating in Georgian London: How to Buy Meat and Poultry, Sample Menus and Much Much

Pussywillows!  : )

pussy willows ~ when I was in grade I had a light blue over sized sweatshirt with this design on it. I loved it and wore it a LOT. but I had to throw it out because my cat decided to birth her kittens in my sweater box.

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