Danceswere usually scheduled to correspond with the full moon.

The population ofEngland represented various classes, occupations, and ways of life.

As a consequence, mostballs were held outdoors.

The real eye-opener of 19th century medicine is that the licensing examgiven by the Royal College of Physicians required applicants tointerpret 1st and 17th century medical texts.

For women, there were rules about what kind of jewelry one should wearas well as when and where.

The dances were not withouttheir down side however.

The separation of work from the home while sparing some from back-breaking manual labor, was not always "friendly" or undemanding. There were long hours, deals that ended in unethical business practices, etc. One's "home" became the Victorian man's escape, his refuge from his work and its pressures. Home was cooperation and love and business impersonal competition. The man became not only the more dominant one in the family, but the more superior on many levels.

The practice was often to have the hostess and her daughtersgreet guests at the front door.

The Annual Register goes on to produce a letter from the English consul at Genoa, which asserts that “neither pistol nor poison was employed” and that Aston did, in fact, die of apoplexy the day after Lady Oxford thwarted his elopement with her daughter. Aston’s body was embalmed and sealed in lead in preparation for shipment back to England, where he had expressed a wish to be buried.

The best dances had a cornet, piano, violin, and acello during the 1850's.


This was one of the only times that a servant could makedecent money.

The Victorian era of the England history was the reigning period of the Queen Victoria. This was the period 1837 to 1901. This was an extensive period of prosperity, peace, refined responsiveness and great national self-possession for England. But even this era could not survive itself from the social class system.

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Victorian England social hierarchy demonstrates the social class system and the social divisions of England people on certain terms and conditions in a pre-defined specific ladder of pattern. But there were some changes in social class system during this era as compared to the traditional social class system of England. For an example the aristocrat class got changed to upper class. Some of the increasingly powerful upper middle class categories secured their places in this upper class.

A poniżej luksusowa ulica drewniana.

A working woman could learn French at a Working Women’s College. It might come in useful if she progressed up the ladder of domestic service to become a ladies’ maid.

Poniżej sandały do chodzenia po błocie.

There was almost a negligible change in the lower class though and this class still remained shut from the royal England’s political processes. The Victorian England social hierarchy is described below in a descending order pattern means starting with the uppermost power holder social class and going on further describing all the classes in brief.

William Lucas, A Quaker Journal, 2 vols, London, 1934.

This was the highest social class of the Victorian . The people under this class did not work manually. Their income normally came from the investments made by them or from the inherited lands. Their routine work was fulfilled by the lower class people. This class further got sub divided in three parts as below –