Today, we continue the immortal journey of the Fonthill Abbey through a historical incidence. We know the abbey's main tower collapsed in 1825 and the whole manse was demolished thereafter. In my reality, the west wing, where the Fourth Earl of Wiltshire's room resided, was burned down by an act of revenge.
|The first pages of the Great |
Reform Act 1832.
Two years later, the modern-day Conservative Party was created with similar philosophies to conservatism (traditionalism) and British unionism.
|House of Commons|
|The 3rd Dragoon Guards violently suppressing the Bristol Riots of 1831.|
|Queen's Square, 20 October, 1831.|
|Attacks that occurred after the Reform Bill passed in 1832.|