7 DECEMBER

RELIEF WORKS FOR FAMINE STRUCK IRISH VILLAGERS SUSPENDED

[ 7 December 1846 ]

In December 1846 Ireland was in the grip of a potato famine as well as one of the worst winters in many years and wherever a few people could be offered employment at a local public works, it provided the sole possible source of income and survival for the local community. 

PEODOPHILE OFFICIAL DEFENDED AS AN ‘EXEMPLARY AND VALUABLE OFFICER’

[ 7 December 1908 ]

On 7 December 1908, Colonel Seely, Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, was asked a question in the House of Commons about Hubert Silberrad, Deputy Commissioner at Nyeri in British East Africa (Kenya). 

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