"Scars have the strange power to remind us that our past is real."

Cormac McCarthy

Last updated 4 October  2019  © Julia Edwards

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Click on the buttons for the low-down on life in Georgian England.

There's a timeline, to show you what happened when, and where Slaves for the Isabella fits in (sorry, this page won't show if you're browsing on a mobile).

 

Then there are some famous Georgians, an introduction to the horrors of the slave trade, and some useful links to other websites about the Georgians.

This is called 'The Plum Pudding in Danger', drawn by James Gillray. The man on the left is William Pitt, Prime Minister of Britain, and the man on the right is the French Emperor, Napoleon. Between them, they are carving up the world as though it were a plum pudding.