Lancashire reformers 1816-17 by H. W. C. Davis

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LANCASHIRE REFORMERS, 17 49 Lancashire reformers 1816-17 book took a hand in the new agitation when it assumed an exciting form. One of our reports (App. 1 5) refers to the " old Jacks " who were incensed by the arrival of a new detachment of infantry in Manchester during November, " Some of them swore it would be an 18 12 job and that the point of the Bayonet was the.

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): [This material is in the Public Domain]. The Peterloo Massacre took place at St Peter's Field, Manchester, Lancashire, England on Monday 16 August when cavalry charged into a crowd of perhapswho had gathered to demand the reform of parliamentary representation.

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() Library notes: a review of the work Lancashire reformers 1816-17 book the Library during () Peake, A S: The. The best sources for information on the personalities and organization of the post-war mobilization in Lancashire remain H. Davis, ‘Lancashire Reformers, –17’, Bull.

John Rylands Lib., x (); Donald Read, Peterloo: The ‘Massacre’ and its Background (Manchester, ). For the backgrounds of the Lancashire organizers, see Cited by: 7. The Peterloo Massacre of Monday 16 August was the bloodiest political event of the 19th century on English soil.

Troops under the authority of the Lancashire and Cheshire magistrates attacked and dispersed a rally of s reformers on St Peter’s Field, Manchester. Twenty minutes later,nearly people had been injured, many by Author: Elinor Evans.

It demanded ‘free trade in beer’, calling for the removal of both the excise on beer and the power of magistrates over liquor licensing. A week later, Henry Hunt made his own ‘solemn vow’ to ‘the brave reformers of Lancashire’ ‘not to taste one drop of Taxed Beer, Spirits, Wine, or Tea, till we have brought some of these M Cited by: 6.

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