Pitt to Peel dates

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1783
Pitt becomes PM of a Tory party
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1784 (March)
March general election
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1784
India Act
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1786
Sinking funds, Consolidation , Eden Treaty
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1787
Hovering Acts
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1788
Ochakov
6 of 44
1788-1789
Regency Crisis
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1788-1795
Warren Hasting Trial
8 of 44
1789
Nootka Sounds, French Revolution
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1793
Napoleonic War starts
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1794
Coalition of Conservative Whigs and Pitt's government, Habeas Corpus suspended
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1795
Seditious Meeting Act
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1797
Indirect tax increased
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1798
Income tax introduced, Wolfe Tone uprising
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1801
Pitt resigned
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1812
Liverpool becomes PM of a Whig party
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1812-1815
Luddites
17 of 44
1815
Corn Laws, Napoleonic War ends
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1816
Game Laws, Spa Fields
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1817
Blanketeers, Pentrich Uprising, Gagging Acts
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1819
Peterloo, Six Acts, Factory Act
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1820
Cato Street, Truck Acts
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1821
Queen Caroline Affair
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1822
Cabinet reshuffle
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1823
Jails Act, Reciprocity of Duties Act
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1824
Combination Laws repeal
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1825
Ammending Act
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1826
Bank Act
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1828
Repeal of Test and Corporations Act
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1829
Catholic Emancipation, Metropolitan Act
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1830
Earl Grey becomes PM of a Whig Party,
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1831
April General Election, 1st Reform Bill defeated on Commons, October Riots
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1832
2nd Reform Bill defeated in Lords, May Day Crisis, 3rd Reform Act passed
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1833
Factory Act, Abolition of Slavery
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1834
Peel becomes PM of a Tory party, Tamworth Manifesto
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1834-1835
100 day parliament
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1839
Bedchamber crisis
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1841
General elections-Peel becomes PM of a Conservative Party, Poor relief
38 of 44
1842
Mines Act, Free Trade Budgets Act, reintroduction of Income tax
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1843
Coercion Act, Clontarf banned, Devon Commision
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1844
Companies Act, Bank Charter Act, Factory Act, Charitable Bequest Act, Queen Colleges Act
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1845
Budgets, Maynooth
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1845-1849
Irish Potato famine
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1846
Repeal if the Corn Laws, Irish Coercion defeated, Peel fell from power
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