Table of Contents

This is a list of organizations, such as groups, affiliations, companies, societies, and so on. This list is intended for browsing purposes, so each organization is entered only once; the best way to find one specifically is to use your browser search on this page, or just the general site search.

A

Angels
Argentine magicians, or Silver Age magicians.
Aureate magicians, or Golden Age magicians.
Birds.

C

Cats.
Les Cinque Dragownes, a medieval court of magical law in Northern England.

D

Dogs.

E

Erquistoune family, the name of Jonathan Strange's maternal kin.

F

Folflures, medieval court for crimes committed by fairies.

G

Greysteel family, an English family travelling abroad.

H

Horses.

J

Johannites, a secret organization among the poorer classes in Northern England who claim John Uskglass as their leader.

L

Learned Society of York Magicians.
Learned Society of Manchester Magicians.

N

Norrellites, magicians who adhere to Gilbert Norrell's views.

M

Machine-breakers, Johannites.

P

Peep-o'Day-Boys, a kind of club in London for menservants of the better sort.
Petty Dragownes of London, a medieval court of magical law in Southern England.
Pretenders, persons passing themselves off as John Uskglass to gain his vacant throne.

R

Royal Scots Greys, a very gallant brigade of heavy cavalry, one of whose men saves the life of Jonathan Strange at Waterloo.

S

Scots Greys see Royal Scots Greys
Servants
Ships
Street-magicians
Strangites, magicians who adhere to Jonathan Strange's views.

W

Welbeck's Superior Buttons, a button manufacturer.