The Tolpuddle Martyrs
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|Caption||The Tolpuddle Martyrs. In 1834, George Loveless and his fellow workers were arrested under the Mutiny Act and sentenced to deportation for forming a trade union. Even when they were pardoned, their neighbours regarded them as convicts and avoided them. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 562 (21 October 1972).|
|Creator||Kenneth John Petts, English (1907–92)|
|Artwork medium||black and white gouache on paper|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|The Tolpuddle Martyrs George Loveless James Loveless trade union Mutiny Act transportation trial sentence crowd Tolpuddle Martyrs Ken Petts Kenneth John Petts|
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