I do apologize for the lack of a post, but I offer you a Regency name and a fascinating story for you to pursue about a remarkable hoax: William Henry Ireland 1775-1835
As author Doug Stewart, in his book "The Boy Who Would be Shakespeare" put it "William-Henry Ireland committed the greatest Shakespeare hoax ever--and fooled even himself into believing he was the bard's true literary heir".
Read about William-Henry Ireland here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Henry_Ireland
and in the book "Literary Hoaxes" by Melissa Katsoulis--an interesting little volume.
'Til next time,
P.S. Blogger has come through with the post I thought was lost--watch for it next Friday!