B ; cda ; why repealed ; forms protest / political influence

HideShow resource information
what was an early form of LNA peaceful protest?
1 of 58
and found possible to have impact even without?
parlaimentary rep
2 of 58
way of achieving was to single out?
parliamentary candidates
3 of 58
usually which party?
4 of 58
and do what unless they supported act repeal?
5 of 58
6 of 58
little ***** candidacy of who for where?
henry storks for newark
7 of 58
8 of 58
what had he been governor or?
9 of 58
and enforced what rigorously in mediterranean?
10 of 58
what did repeal campaigners do?
ruthlessly target him for malta behaviour
11 of 58
placing so much pressure on him that what happened?
withdrew on day of election
12 of 58
who then was elected?
new liberal candidate that opposed the acts
13 of 58
what did this show?
extent lna support
14 of 58
storks stood again where and when?
1870 in colchester
15 of 58
what did protesters do
enter own pro-repeal candidate
16 of 58
what did that then do?
split liberal vote
17 of 58
and handed victory to?
18 of 58
in 1872 who sought re-election in pontefract?
hce childers
19 of 58
who was that?
first lord of the admirality
20 of 58
why did protesters target his campaign?
admirality has massively supported cda
21 of 58
what were campaigners met with at organised demonstration?
local hostility and violence
22 of 58
he was a popular guy
23 of 58
what happened in election?
childers returned to parliament w/ v low majority
24 of 58
who got credit for support drop?
anti-cda protesters
25 of 58
why was this a powerful way for LNA to campaign?
manipulated public sympathy
26 of 58
but influence was?
27 of 58
problem was protesters were almost entirely dependent on who?
liberal cdidates
28 of 58
and unable to exert influence over?
conservative MPs
29 of 58
position made clear when who wom 1874 election?
disraeli's conservatives
30 of 58
who did the LNA lose?
sympathetic liberal MPs
31 of 58
while popular protest influencing libs could be sensational what did it risk?
weakening liberal party
32 of 58
and allowing?
cons 2 increase power
33 of 58
34 of 58
what was the most dramatic case of this?
miss percy
35 of 58
who was mistaken 4 a prostitute where?
36 of 58
37 of 58
what did she do while police were investigating behavioiur?
drown herself
38 of 58
what did butler privately appreciate about this?
publicity value of a martyr
39 of 58
what happened with elizabeth holt in 1870?
claimed to be wrongly held in maidstone jail
40 of 58
and cardine whybrow of chatham?
claimed to be living at home with mother early every night
41 of 58
what was elizabeth holt found to have done?
received treatment from lock hospital 5 times prior
42 of 58
may 1870
43 of 58
and where had cardine whybrow actually been living?
brothel attic
44 of 58
nevertheless these cases fuelled which public fear?
that cda rsked dignity of innocent women
45 of 58
46 of 58
what group of women was the LNA unable to mobilise against the acts?
the working-class
47 of 58
by 1882 apparent LNA unable to sway public opinion where?
in subjected ports and towns
48 of 58
however who eventually objected anyways?
local authorities
49 of 58
in plymouth and southampton in the early 1870s what did campaigners successfully do?>
persuade prostitutes to resist acts legal requirements
50 of 58
in plymouth through 1870 what agitated prostitutes and brothel-keepers?
public meeings and pamphleteering
51 of 58
to such extent they refused to do what?
co-operate with police and doctors
52 of 58
what happened in the 'siege of devonport'?
campaigners worked with prostitutes to refuse medical exams
53 of 58
women that refused examination were sent?
to court
54 of 58
campaigners provided what through the trials?
legal and financial support
55 of 58
several women able to argue what?
no longer prostitutes so should avoid exams
56 of 58
by 1871 what had happened?
run out of steam and also bare spenny
57 of 58
and prostitutes were compliant again by?
58 of 58

Other cards in this set

Card 2


and found possible to have impact even without?


parlaimentary rep

Card 3


way of achieving was to single out?


Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4


usually which party?


Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5


and do what unless they supported act repeal?


Preview of the front of card 5
View more cards


No comments have yet been made

Similar History resources:

See all History resources »See all Modern Britain from 1750 resources »