Stockport's outbreak of 'bloodshed, violence and licentious phrenzy'

The story of the anti-Irish riots of 1852

Good morning members — today’s story is about a bout of violence in Stockport in 1852. For his first Mill story, Ben Thompson went looking in the newspaper archives to find out what happened.

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