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We Are Not Amused XII

Collection, History

They'd chop your head off before you could say “Please your Majesty”.

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We Are Not Amused X

History

Under investigation by the Home Office

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We Are Not Amused IX

Collection, History

What became of Queen Victoria’s would-be assailants?

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We Are Not Amused VIII

History

Were any of the attacks on Queen Victoria politically motivated?

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We Are Not Amused VII

History

Overreactions by the Police Commissioner.

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We Are Not Amused VI

History

How the monitoring of mail helped secure the Royal Household.

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We Are Not Amused V

History

The role of the police in Victorian-era royal protection.

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We Are Not Amused IV

Collection, History, Literature

Dr Nick Hervey examines the historic role of the police in royal protection in the fourth in a series of twelve guest posts.

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We Are Not Amused III

History

Whatever the motivation of would-be regicides, serious attempts on the monarch's life brought into play the full machinery of the judiciary.

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We Are Not Amused II

Collection

Here is the second in a series of twelve posts by guest blogger Dr Nick Hervey sharing his research on a police file on ‘…Insane Persons and others who have com

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We Are Not Amused I

Collection, History

Read the first of Dr Nick Hervey's blogs about a range of people who got too close for Her Majesty's comfort between 1837 and 1852.

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