It’s Daggers at Dawn!

On the evening of Monday July 5 Lord Byron attended a 'Small Waltzing Party' at the home of Lady Heathcote despite his intense dislike for the 'fashionable Waltz' on account of his lameness AND for his disdain for anything remotely fashionable...

Lady Melbourne Braves Opinion!

"Lady Melbourne the best and kindest female I ever knew" ~ Lord Byron. Educated, attractive and with a talent for ambition Elizabeth Milbanke would soon move away from provincial Yorkshire and by 1769 had married Peniston Lamb, a wealthy, foolish and easy going lawyer and as she worked hard to advance the fortune and the prestige of her family, she would become became one of the most celebrated Society Hostesses on behalf of the Whig Party...