By John Stevenson
Issue 29, Summer 2015 pp 24-29
The purpose of this article “is to chronicle the impact of reform on Bristol public life. An earlier piece dealt with the Tory opponents of the Reform Bill. The present essay covers the Whigs, radicals and others who, with varying degrees of enthusiasm, supported it”. Stevenson provides information about who was involved in a vital period of change for the City of Bristol.
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