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CHARTISTS RISING By SAM DOWLING
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Stage play dealing with four characters caught up in the London Chartists' rising of 1848.
Marple and the Chartists By Jean Day
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Eliza Hyde is a young girl who unwittingly gets involved in the Chartist movement, when she acts as an intermediary between on of their leaders and his girlfriend, who is her sister. Through this,... More > she becomes involved with Mrs. Mary Ellen Isherwood of Marple Hall. This fictionaised story tells of her life between 1842-3.< Less
Marple and the Chartists By Jean Day
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Eliza Hyde is a young girl who unwittingly gets involved in the Chartist movement, when she acts as an intermediary between on of their leaders and his girlfriend, who is her sister. Through this,... More > she becomes involved with Mrs. Mary Ellen Isherwood of Marple Hall. This fictionaised story tells of her life between 1842-3.< Less
Marple and the Chartists By Jean Day
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Eliza Hyde is a young girl who unwittingly gets involved in the Chartist movement, when she acts as an intermediary between on of their leaders and his girlfriend, who is her sister. Through this,... More > she becomes involved with Mrs. Mary Ellen Isherwood of Marple Hall. This fictionaised story tells of her life between 1842-43.< Less
Gerald Massey: Chartist, Poet, Radical and Freethinker By David Shaw
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Gerald Massey was born in 1828 at Tring, Hertfordshire. In spite of childhood poverty, he had an enquiring idealistic mind. Self studying while working in London as an errand boy, he became aligned... More > to the politics and socially democratic politics of the Chartist movement. Writing poetry and literary items for radical papers he developed into lecturing and touring the country. His interest and research into Shakespeare's Sonnets and psychic themes continued into the origins of myths and religions resulting in a number of books on the subjects. Much interest was engendered in America during lecture tours of the country. Some of the evolutionistic ideas that he developed during his research such as the 'Out of Africa' theory are, more recently being confirmed. Most of his books have now been reprinted. He died in 1907.< Less
Gerald Massey: Chartist, Poet, Radical and Freethinker By David Shaw
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Gerald Massey was born in 1828 at Tring, Hertfordshire. In spite of childhood poverty, he had an enquiring idealistic mind. Self studying while working in London as an errand boy, he became aligned... More > to the politics and socially democratic politics of the Chartist movement. Writing poetry and literary items for radical papers he developed into lecturing and touring the country. His interest and research into Shakespeare's Sonnets and psychic themes continued into the origins of myths and religions resulting in a number of books on the subjects. Much interest was engendered in America during lecture tours of the country. Some of the evolutionistic ideas that he developed during his research such as the 'Out of Africa' theory are, more recently being confirmed. Most of his books have now been reprinted. He died in 1907.< Less
John James Bezer, Chartist and John Arnott, National Charter Association By David Shaw
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John James Bezer was a minor but entertaining activist during the later years of the Chartist movement that resulted in two years imprisonment in Newgate. Further involvement on his release and... More > subsequent move to Australia provides an interesting account of a self educated radical of the time. John Arnott was well known as a capable administrator in the Chartist movement. This account is all that is known about this well liked and private man, whose life had an unfortunate ending.< Less
John James Bezer, Chartist and John Arnott, National Charter Association By David Shaw
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John James Bezer was a minor but entertaining activist during the later years of the Chartist movement that resulted in two years imprisonment in Newgate. Further involvement on his release and... More > subsequent move to Australia provides an interesting account of a self educated radical of the time. John Arnott was well known as a capable administrator in the Chartist movement. This account is all that is known about this well liked and private man, whose life had an unfortunate ending.< Less
The Road to Emily Bay By John Andrews
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‘The Road to Emily Bay’ tells the story of Thomas Tyndale, a farmer’s son from Grantham in Lincolnshire, and the girl who loves him, Sarah Fordham, the only daughter of a wealthy... More > landowner. Based around actual events, the narrative tells how Tom is drawn inexorably into the powerful movement for political reform that grew in England as a direct consequence of the Industrial Revolution. As Tom’s activities gradually turn him into an enemy of the state and towards an inevitable showdown with the authorities, Sarah is forced into choosing between him and the aristocratic heir to a neighbouring estate. Emily Bay is a real and beautiful place located on the western coast of tiny and remote Norfolk island, in the South Pacific. But for all its beauty, Norfolk Island has a truly gruesome history. For a short period during the height of the British Empire, it was the Guantanamo Bay of its day, housing the Empire’s most ruthless criminals – or so it was said. 535 pages.< Less
The Road to Emily Bay By John Andrews
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‘The Road to Emily Bay’ tells the story of Thomas Tyndale, a farmer’s son from Grantham in Lincolnshire, and the girl who loves him, Sarah Fordham, the only daughter of a wealthy... More > landowner. Based around actual events, the narrative tells how Tom is drawn inexorably into the powerful movement for political reform that grew in England as a direct consequence of the Industrial Revolution. As Tom’s activities gradually turn him into an enemy of the state and towards an inevitable showdown with the authorities, Sarah is forced into choosing between him and the aristocratic heir to a neighbouring estate. Emily Bay is a real and beautiful place located on the western coast of tiny and remote Norfolk island, in the South Pacific. But for all its beauty, Norfolk Island has a truly gruesome history. For a short period during the height of the British Empire, it was the Guantanamo Bay of its day, housing the Empire’s most ruthless criminals – or so it was said. 535 pages.< Less