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157.Leeds Intelligencer, 31May 1856.On Chartism in Halifax after 1847,see K. Tiller, ‘LateChartism: Halifax 1847–1858’,in J. Epstein and D. Thompson (eds), The Chartist Experience:Studies in Working-Class Radicalism and Culture, 1830–1860(London: Macmillan, 1982),311–44.158.For the London metropolitan area with its garrison in Woolwich and its shipyards,there were frequently reports of manoeuvres, ship christenings, maiden voyages and troopreviews attended by large crowds at different times throughout the year. Public participationwas especially high whenever members of the royal family were involved in events. See, forexample, The Times, 11October 1828(launch of the frigate The Clyde), 23September 1831(ship christening by Queen Adelaide accompanied by William IV), 20May 1837(review in HydePark), 6July 1838(review in Woolwich with one hundred thousand spectators), 28May 1845,2June 1851(reviews in Hyde Park on the queen’s birthday), and 28August 1859(review in HydePark). 159.On the formation of the Volunteers, see H. Cunningham, The Volunteer Force: A
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