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Moderate Reformers

Moderate Reformers

Read the essential details about the Moderate Reformers. In 1815 a small group of middle-class men who favoured parliamentary reform began meeting in John Potter's back room and this became known as Potter's Planning Parlour. The group strongly objected strongly to a system that denied such important industrial cities, representation in the House of Commons.

Tommy Lee : West Ham United

Tommy Lee : West Ham United

Biography of Tommy Lee : West Ham United

Viking Grave, Birka, Sweden

Viking Grave, Birka, Sweden

Sketch made by Hjalmar Stolpe, published in 1889, of the Viking Age grave found at Birka, Sweden, labelled 'Bj 581'. Buried with weapons and horses (things normally associated with warriors), this particular...

Arthur Middleton AP 55 - History

Arthur Middleton AP 55 - History

Arthur MiddletonArthur Middleton was born on 26 June 1742 on his family& 39;s estate, Middleton Place, near Charleston, S.C. He was educated in England and, upon returning to South Carolina, became active in local politics. Middleton was elected to the colonial House of Assembly in 1764; served until 1768; and, after a four-year absence, was reelected to the House in 1772.

Smith Thompson DD- 212 - History

Smith Thompson DD- 212 - History

Smith Thompson(DD-212: dp. 1,215; 1. 314& 39;41/2& 34;, b. 31& 39;8& 34;; dr. 9& 39;4& 34;; s. 35 k.; cpl. 121; a. 4 4& 34;, 1 3& 34;, 12 21& 34; tt.; cl.Clemson )Smith Thompson (DD-212) was laid down on 24 March by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. launched on 14 July 1919- sponsored by Mrs.

Saint-Cirq Lapopie, France

Saint-Cirq Lapopie, France

The medieval town of Saint-Cirq Lapopie, with thirteen listed historic buildings, is one of the most beautiful villages in France. Perched on a cliff three hundred feet above the river Lot, St. Cirq Lapopie is one of the most important sites in the Lot Valley.Chief town of one of three viscounties of Quercy, Saint-Cirq Lapopie was divided among several feudal dynasties in the Middle Ages whose dominant families were the Lapopies, the Gourdons and the Cardaillacs.