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Law and Order In Walmgate, York

The 1839 County Police Act gave each county the power to set up their own police force. When Sir Robert Peel set up his London police force constables were paid a shilling a day’ — a ‘bob (hence the epithet ‘Bobby’). However, there was no ‘set wage’ for…

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Tales From Walmgate is a biographical fiction project, in progress. The novel spans 100 years, starting in the mid Victorian era. The stories in Tales From Walmgate are centred around glassblower Richard Saddler, his family, and their ancestors, who lived in the City Of York, Uk.

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Anne Saddler lives in Cornwall, UK. She’s a prolific writer in a variety of genres. She’s also a writing coach, podcaster, Youtuber, and citizen journalist.

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