Arthur Thistlewood

Arthur Thistlewood. Arthur Thistlewood (1774–1 May 1820) was an English radical activist and conspirator in the Cato Street Conspiracy. He planned to murder the cabinet, but there was a spy and he was apprehended with 12 other conspirators. He killed a policeman during the raid. He was executed for treason. Provided by Wikipedia
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    The Trial at large of Thistlewood, Watson, Hooper, & Preston, for high treason, in the Court of King's Bench ....

    Published 1817
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    An authentic history of the Cato-Street Conspiracy : with the trials at large of the conspirators, for high treason and murder. by Wilkinson, George Theodore

    Published 1972
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