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Ing and Brunt, British conspirators

Ing and Brunt, British conspirators

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James Ing and John Thomas Brunt, British conspirators. Ing and Brunt were part of the Cato Street conspirators, a group that plotted to assassinate the British Prime Minister Lord Liverpool, and his cabinet, in February 1820. The group is named after the street in London where they met. Ing and Brunt were arrested, convicted of treason and executed on 1 May 1820. Artwork from An Authentic History of the Cato-Street Conspiracy (Wilkinson, 1820).

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