AS History Britain 1815-1865

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Massacre of 1819 in Manchester.
Peterloo
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Uprising which took place in 1829.
Newport
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Repealed by Peel in 1846.
Corn Laws
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Successor to Peel as PM in 1827.
Canning
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Whig PM elected 1830.
Earl Grey
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Protesters based in the Midlands 1812-1815.
Luddites
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Foreign Secretary responsible for the Congress System.
Castlereagh
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Alliance set up by Alexander I for European peace.
Holy Alliance
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Responsible for introducing the Metropolitan Police in 1829.
Peel
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Prime Minister 1812-1827.
Lord Liverpool
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Suspended in 1817 after attack on the Prince Regent's carriage.
Habeas Corpus
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Responsible for reform to the Corn Laws (sliding scale) in 1828.
Huskisson
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Name of the Manifesto released by Peel in 1835.
Tamworth Manifesto
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New name for Tory party after 1834.
Conservatives
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Major Irish reform allowed in 1829 which aimed to alter the religious balance.
Catholic Emancipation
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Newly formed Irish movement most popular in 1848, linked to Fenianism
Young Ireland
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Liverpool's ministry was split into two stages: Repressive (1812-1821) and .....
Liberal
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Name of the act which gave many middle class men the vote in 1832.
Great Reform Act
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Foreign Secretary (1846-1851) and later Prime Minister.
Palmerston
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Card 2

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Uprising which took place in 1829.

Back

Newport

Card 3

Front

Repealed by Peel in 1846.

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Successor to Peel as PM in 1827.

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Whig PM elected 1830.

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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