October 1st, 2005

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Education during 1811-1820

I did Google, however my throat feels like it's going to collapse and my head explode, so I was possibly not the most thorough.

As far as education for women goes during the English Regency period, I found a reference to women 'completing their studies before marrying', however beyond this I haven't been able to find anything more specific. At this stage I'd presume education would have been for the nobility, and took place at home? Would a women's 'studies' have been simply household type activities? And had the universities for men been created yet?
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