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HistoryofParliament Sep 24
, yesterday Dr Martin Spychal's review of Robert Poole's 'Peterloo: The English Uprising' went up on our blog. Read about the publication, and learn a little more about , below 👇
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HistoryofParliament Sep 23
Over on the blog this morning, Dr Martin Spychal from our Commons 1832-68 section reviews Robert Poole's 'Peterloo: The English Uprising'. Find out about the publication here 👇
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HistoryofParliament Sep 25
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1/ And finally, ✍️ no.1️⃣ today is Dr Martin Spychal's review of the recent publication, 'Peterloo: An English Uprising' by Robert Poole. Don't forget, you can also find lots more posts and content all about on our blog.
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People's History Museum (PHM) Sep 23
1824 Father of Reform John Cartwright died. Read ‘Deciphering history’ & discover his name written on an incredibly rare artefact - a truly special object to visit at People’s History Museum & RT
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Chris Spinks Sep 26
Drinking (draught) by and at ⁦
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jojo77 3.5% Aug 16
Today is the anniversary of . Where the people had to rise up to tell the government to sort shit out. are needed now to do the same. Peacefully.
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Lucinda Elliot Sep 23
Peterloo Affair my novel about the Massacre [surprise, surprise] has just won the Indie Brag Medallion. news.
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Jacqueline Riding Dec 8
Best Films 2019 “Some found this indictment of the English class system, a Tolstoy-style epic with half a dozen lead characters, to be a story in need of a protagonist. Some were wrong. It’s a masterpiece.”
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Helen Antrobus Nov 4
has explored & protest in our landscapes...so we're celebrating at on Sat with poetry, placards, parades, music and food! Don't miss it!
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Paddy Docherty 3.5% Aug 16
Remember the brave people of Lancashire who stood up to an oppressive government... That struggle continues today. 😠✊🌹🇪🇺 💥
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Emma Fox Sep 23
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Lancashire Museums May 16
This was an amazing performance last year at . Thanks to all performers.
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mancsy Nov 9
I’ve been thinking of the upcoming election and reflecting on . EDUCATE YOURSELF APATHY IS NOT AN OPTION HAVE A VOICE IN SOCIETY
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Lancashire Museums Nov 15
Another amazing night at brought to you by Paul Guppy, the Gladly Solemn Sound and Northern Frisk. A beautiful performance to bring back the poetry & songs of .
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People's History Museum (PHM) 6h
read ‘Deciphering history’ & discover Father of Reform John Cartwright (brother of power loom inventor Edmund Cartwright), whose name's on an incredibly rare artefact Register to visit this treasure at PHM
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S!bby  🐝 Aug 16
ON THIS DAY The Massacre 16th August 1819 - at least 18 people eventually died and over 650 were injured. "Ye are many, they are few"
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. Jan 16
Fancy dropping in on a ? In this Saturday afternoon? Join us to launch BY PEOPLE!
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Fido Aug 16
Remembering and the spirit that we saw in last year's bicentenary events, which we were proud to be a part of
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Matthew Wilson Jun 15
This week’s highly anticipated reading: by Jacqueline Riding . Looks superb
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The University of Manchester Sep 24
🗣️ The handbill was originally a warning to the people of Manchester to stay away from protesting. This protest eventually became .
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