Highwaymen of the High Seas

Anyone who has ever read Georgette Heyer knows that the brandy milord offered to his guests probably never passed through Customs.  Ditto for tobacco, tea, lace, spices and many other goods (more than 1300 items found their way onto the Customs lists during the peak smuggling years.) For a thumbnail sketch of smuggling history and practices, check out my Wednesday February 4 blog post on www.riskyregencies.blogspot.com

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2 Responses to “Highwaymen of the High Seas”

  1. Serge Senna says:

    I am going to have to sign up to receive your feed. This is good stuff

  2. So glad you enjoyed the short article, Serge. There will be more coming as I get closer to the release of Honoria and Gabe’s story in 2010.

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