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Converting the Jews 1809-1813

The Rev Frey ( above)

The conversion of the Jews to Christianity was seen by many of the Regency period as an important charitable act, similar to the help given to fallen women and the industrious poor. 945 more words

Royal Oak Day

Image not Mine – Charles Hiding in the Royal Oak

Apologies for the huge gap in posts. It seems writing a book around life and work is harder than I thought and something had to give sadly blog posts were sacrificed, however I hope to improve things from now on. 166 more words


Has Anyone~

Has anyone ever written anything for you

In all your darkest hours

Did you ever hear me sing?

Well listen to me now

You know I’d rather be alone… 45 more words

Bipolar Disorder

Review of The New Concise History of the Crusades

A while back, I had the pleasure of reading Thomas F. Madden’s The New¬†Concise History of the Crusades. ¬†This introductory yet detailed work covers all the major Crusades to the Levant, certain minor ones–including the Children’s Crusade, and the important Crusades within Europe: the… 587 more words


Loretta Sisco Reviews Outlander S02 E08: The Fox's Lair

On the last episode of “Outlander,” viewers witnessed two deaths. While it was satisfying to see the villainous Le Comte St. Germain succumb to poison, it was heartbreaking to see the Frasers lose their daughter Faith. 1,213 more words