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Bristol Politics in the Age of Peel, 1832 - 1847

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John Stevens
978 1 911592 17 4

In the period following the Reform Act of 1832 Bristol voters still had two votes each and cast them openly. But the parties were changing: old Whigs and Tories still flourished, but Liberals and Conservatives were instituting or accepting reforms in every branch of national life. Bristol itself was of course particularly involved in the abolition of slavery and municipal reforms and shared the national concern with Corn Laws and Chartism. And then, as always, there were personalities … A thoroughly documented account of a fascinating era.

Supplied by: Avon Local History & Archaeology
Format: Book
Ref: ALH-17

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