B ; chartism ; eff gov. resp? ; gov responses

POLICE FORCES
gibdf
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who was home secretary in 1829?
peel
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when he introduced which act?
metropolitan police act
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in which areas?
london and surrounding areas
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how many police uniformed employed?
1000
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how could troops restore order?
threatening to use armed force
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as act proved successful, extended with what?
rural police act
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in ?
1839
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which empwered counties / borougs to raise own police paid for how?
local rate
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TEH ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH
OINDF
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what did this creation increase efficiency of?
spy network
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as made what quicker?
relay of information
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in what year did it prove invaluabke?
1848
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which helped inform them about disorder after what event?
rejection of third petition
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WHIG RESPONSE TO CHARTISTS
DFIOHGD
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what did government not intend to do with response?
induce violent response
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why were whigs attacked in press in 1838?
failing to take strong action against pyhys force threat chartists
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what was o'connor's notorious slogan?
'peacibly if we may, force if we must'
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but who was more inflammatry than him?
stephens
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why did northern star gain large circulation?
chartist coverage
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but what did government refuse to do?
curtail paper (they took no action basically)
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why were the gov reluctant to respond to local magistrate requests for armed forces?
feared may make situation worse
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however strong action taken after which two 1839 events?
petition + newport rising
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in 1839-40 how many charitsts were arrested?
500
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mnay recieved prison terms of how long?
1-2yrs
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GOVERNMENT RESPONSE 1842-48
DIGND
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when were troops and units of metropolitan police sent to troubled areas?
after failure second petition and thru plug plot riots
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which counties inparticular?
l/yshire
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what were large no spies employed to do?
discover local orginisations plans
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what happened here as did in 1839?
many arrested and transported for up to 7yrs
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what was going on in europe at time of third petition?
widespread european rebellions (france / germany / italy)
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however whatwas gov main concern @ that time?
****** ireland, shocker
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what led to a famine in 1845?
devastating potato crop
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by 1848 how many had died?
1m
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and how many emigrated?
1m
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early in 48 which group were ready to rebel against englosh rule?
young ireland
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what did they hope chartist english ddisturbances would do?
distract forces from ireland and they could plot in secret
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what event does gov response to 48 petition suggest they feared?
kennington common meeting on 10th april 48
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who was sent to isle of wight for safey?
queen vic / prince ablert
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while who organised london defences?
duke of wellington
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POWER OF THE STATE
aidg
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'32 created ew political settlement separating who from rest of society?
propertied classes
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what did russel's 1837 'finality' speech suggest?
gov wouldn't even contemplate franchise extension
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in which two ways was state power extended in 1830s?
tech change / creation police forces outside LDN
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britains uninvolvement in europen beef @ time allowed them to do what?
use army for domestic peace
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in these circumstances therefore which debate woz ridiculous?
moral vs physical force
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CHANGING GOVERNMENT ATTITUDES
DFGB
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what did peel's gov show more interest in than whigs?
improving conditions and decreasing the poor rich divide
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measures such as which acts showed change could be issued w/o chartists?
mine and factory acts
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