#atozchallenge: T is for…Tattersall’s and Tiger — 4 Comments

  1. I read a lot, just not a lot of Regency, so both terms are new to me. Thanks for the info. Also, since it is a T day, I am curious how the word ‘ton’ is pronounced as it refers to Regency period. I believe it refers to a segment of society? It always jars me when I’m reading because I don’t know if I should be thinking ‘ton’ as in the weight measure, or more like ‘tone’ or maybe ‘tawn’, something else entirely. TIA!