I can live with the 100 page day if they skip the Dismal Swamp. (How I hate the Dismal Swamp.)
The white hair for women was only popular for a short time in the 18th century. If you look at portraits, natural colors hair predominated.
I didn't mind Jamie's wig. I expected he'd wear one last season at least once in Paris. It, uh, worked well with the planes of his face.
I expect some of the finery they needed for the ball may have come from the captain of the ship who had died.
So, the blood scene. I found myself looking up natural anti-coagulants that Gellis might have used to keep it all liquid. How that would have smelled in a tropical environment, and the bugs.
Who brings soldiers with bayonets into a governor's ball without talking with the governor first?
All this said, I found I enjoyed the episode. Lots of character moments to go with the compressed plot.