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Cato Street conspiratorslocked

(act. 1820)
  • Malcolm Chase


Cato Street conspirators (act. 1820), plotted the mass assassination of the British cabinet from a loft in Cato Street, Marylebone, London, in 1820. Of the ten tried for high treason, five were transported and five executed. The latter comprised the leader, Arthur Thistlewood...

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