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~Chateau d'Esprit~ New Releases - 22/04/2015

Started by Sofia von Essen in Marketplace. Last reply by Lorsagne de Sade on Saturday. 5 Replies

NEW Dresses at ARMOIRE

Started by Stormy Panacek in Marketplace. Last reply by Quecay on Saturday. 13 Replies

Downton abbey styled Roleplay

Started by Lady Adelaide,Countess of Soures in Social Announcements & Introductions. Last reply by Viktoria von Habsburg-Sachsen on Saturday. 6 Replies

New 1920's Le Grenier Shop in Paris

Started by Trasgo Beaumont in Marketplace. Last reply by Tatiana Dokuchic Apr 13. 3 Replies

Valois Collection

Started by Jeanne de Valois in Marketplace. Last reply by Julja Bekkers Apr 13. 2 Replies

Belle Époque, Anyone?

Started by Henriette Marie de Tancarville in Court News, Rules & Etiquette Apr 12. 0 Replies

King Richard III (1452-1485) Remains To Be Reburied

Started by Lady Leena Fandango in General Discussion. Last reply by Lady Leena Fandango Apr 3. 4 Replies

There Be Elves....

Started by Lady Leena Fandango in General Discussion. Last reply by Lady Leena Fandango Apr 2. 8 Replies

Blog Posts

Ti Amo L'inverno e La Primavera

Posted by Stephanie Mesler on April 27, 2015 at 11:34am 0 Comments

11 March 1785

Il Mio Piu Caro Moglie,

Lady Whitby has written me of our great loss.  I understand you wish me to stay where I am, singing and teaching as though I had not experienced the same loss that you, my Love, now face.  I want to assure you that I am suffering as deeply as you, Mia Moglie.  There is no point to suffering alone when we can heal together.  Marchesi happens to be in Salzburg and has agreed to come to Vienna. He will step in for me until such time as…


A Virtual Letter From Lady Agnes Whitby To Gabriel Piozzi

Posted by Stephanie Mesler on April 25, 2015 at 7:09pm 0 Comments

5 March 1785

Dear Mr. Piozzi, 

I fear there is no way to begin this missive that would not simply delay the horrible sadness it is meant to convey.  I fear I must offer my condolences on the loss of your wife's pregnancy.  I fear the worst we all feared came to pass less than 24 hours after your departure for Vienna.  Hester started that next day well, rising with the sun and breaking her fast with Lord Whitby before this old woman had even risen from her sleep.  Lord…


Lorsagne writes her Godfather with news from The Haven

Posted by Lorsagne de Sade on April 25, 2015 at 2:13am 1 Comment

25 April 1785

The Haven

Dearest God-father,

The post rider from Bordeaux has brought me tidings from both you and Lucien, for which I am most delighted and grateful. I confess I have put Lucien’s packet aside so I may conspire with you to make certain arrangements for the apartments you and he will share in Rocca Sorrentina when Lucien is able to travel to that lovely island as his responsibilities to the Marquis permit and you are able to slip onto the island unobserved…


A Virtual Letter From Fanny Burney to Jane A.

Posted by Stephanie Mesler on April 24, 2015 at 4:48pm 0 Comments

24 April 1783

Haven, France

Dear Jane,

Thank you for sharing your "scribblings" with me.  Isn't it sad that a woman's writing, her hard labor, is referred to thus whilst a man's is thought of as the product of his life's calling?  Oh, I too refer to my writing as you have yours.  You are not alone in denigrating your talent and your industry. 

I have completed the pages you sent me and want you to know I am delighted.  My comments on what you have written…




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