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Working Note 8th December 2006

[previously 14th November 2002]

[previously 8th July 1989]

[small monument] Riot Stone

"...the emphasis is on promoting landscapes that are aesthetically pleasing, functionally appropriate and ecological healthy... Almost by definition landscape architecture is...actively involved in the enhancement of the intrinsic qualities of places."

[www.qaa.ac.uk - landscape architecture]

Working Note 31st January 2007

We have received a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) for the following:

The big poll tax demonstration and files relating to the recent anti-globalisation riots in London over the last few years.

Files held on the policing of the anti-globalisation protests in London over the last few years.

We released the following information on:
Date: Wed Jan 10 00:00:00 GMT 2007

Due to the size of the documents this information is available in hard copy only. If you would like copies of the released information please contact Information and Record Management Services (IRMS) on 020 7035 1029 quoting ref FOI 698.


Riot (Sacheverell) in 1715; Riots of 1791, what led to the, 220; Riots of 1791; The "Revolutionary Dinner" 226; Spies bring out false reports of the proceedings, 227; "Church and King" 227; The riot commenced, 227; Attack on the Meeting Houses, 228; Dr. Priestley's house, 228; The second day, 232; Baskerville House sacked and bunt, 232; Attack on Bordesley Hall, 233; Hutton's Shop, High Street, 233; The third day, 235; Attack on Hutton's house at Bennett's Hill, 235; Catherine Hutton's narrative, 235; Mr. Humphreys' house at Sparkbrook, 238; Mr. Russell's, Showell Green, 238; Miss Russell's narrative, 238; Moseley Hall, 243; The fourth day, 244; Miss Hutton's narrative, continued, 244; Address of the Magistrates to the rioters, 245; End of the Riots, 246; Conclusion of Miss Russell's narrative, 247; Dr. Priestley's Address, 248; Aris's Gazette and the riots, 249; Conclusion of Miss Hutton's narrative, 250; Trials of the Rioters, 253; Claims of the Sufferers, 253; The Union Meeting House, 256; Rebuilding of the Meeting Houses, 256

– "The Little Riot" (1793), 298; The Scarcity Riots, 300, 302

– in the market-place and at Edgbaston, in 1810, 331

– (Religious) in 1813, 364

– in Moor Street (1816), 352

– in front of the Royal Hotel (1837), 454

– in the Bull Ring (1839), 457-61

– at Snow Hill Flour Mills (1847), 556

– "Murphy Riots" (1867), 569