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Northern ( and British ) readers recoiled in anger at the horrors of slavery through the novel and play Uncle Tom ’ s Cabin ( 1852 ) by abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe.
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In January 2012, British MP Tom Watson discovered that a public relations firm Portland Communications, hired by Stella Artois had been removing this fact from Wikipedia.
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* March 5 – Tom Pryce, British Formula race car driver ( b. 1949 )
* November 28 – Kilmichael Ambush: The Third Cork Brigade Flying Column under Tom Barry successfully ambushes 2 lorries of British soldiers at Kilmichael, County Cork,
* June 24 – First published review of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, in a British magazine ; the book's first edition had appeared earlier in June in England.
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