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The history of Anglo-Saxon England is told in what contemporary manuscript?
It originated in the regn of Alfred the Great, who may have ordered it to be compiled
It lasted in several forms until 1154
19 February, 1858
Conspiracy to Murder bill rejected by Commons
The bill proposed anti-terrorist measures, specifically making it a crime in Britain to plot a foreign murder. The failure of the bill caused Lord Palmerston to resign as PM
This monarch was married (legally) to Caroline of Brunswick and (secretly) to Maria Fitzherbert
His father was George III
He ruled between 1820-1830