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Nov 28, 2017
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In 1832, Dennis Collins an able seaman who had lose a leg at the battle of Trafalgar, limped 21 miles from London to Ascot, where he attended the races and threw a stone at King William IV as a protest against the removal of his pension rights. The stone dented the King’s top hat and Collins was sentenced to be hanged.
This was later commuted to deportation, but Collins died before he could be shipped out to the Caribbean.
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