The Peterloo Massacre - Manchester 16th August 1819

The Peterloo Massacre - Manchester 16th August 1819

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William Rowbottom's Diary
Tables, by month and year, to
show the cost of basic
commodities,
sold locally, from
1800 - 1819, Includes comments on
trade & politics from Rowbottom and
Samuel Andrew, as recorded in
William Rowbottom's Diary
Samuel Collins - The Bard of Hale Moss - Reformer at Peterloo & Chartist.
Samuel Collins -
The Bard of Hale Moss.

Reformer at Peterloo
& Chartist.

Links below are to the Menu Page of the Peterloo Project Pages on our companion website,
the Oldham Historical Research Group (open in a new window)

Peterloo - Maps & Diagrams
Six Maps & Diagrams
Relevant to Oldham & Peterloo
(also in the Archives section)
'My Political since 1816'
"This formed the title of an interesting
lecture last evening, delivered in the
Moorside Liberal Club,
by Mr James Cooper

Transcript of Oldham Chronicle
February 20th 1885
'JOHN EARNSHAW of Oldham : Quaker, Surgeon, Reformer'
'JOHN EARNSHAW of Oldham :
Quaker, Surgeon, Reformer'
by Elizabeth Bailey.
Peterloo Memorial Campaign
Peterloo Memorial Campaign for a fitting memorial, in the city of Manchester, for the Bicentenary in 2019.
With photos from previous years
'AFTER PETERLOO
Dangerous to be known as a Reformer'
The Chronicle, October 29th 1955
"... many publicans - and publicans were a privileged class - acted as spies and informers. this was repugnant to the reformers and they took steps to alter this state of things
Transcript
William rowbottom
The Diary of William Rowbottom
from 1787 to 1830
An Oldham Handloom Weaver
who recorded both
Local and National Happenings

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