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3.0 out of 5 stars Works well, but it is a shame that it ..., 3 May 2016
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Works well, but it is a shame that it is not combined with a headlight, because it means that you now have 3 items to carry around in stead of two (front light, back light, and horn).


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1.0 out of 5 stars Not nearly loud enough, 2 April 2016
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Very disappointing. Not nearly loud enough for the streets, even without traffic. Quieter than an ordinary bell. I guess it is supposed to be a toy. Certainly not serious kit.
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Komputerbay 8GB (2x 4GB) DDR3 SODIMM (204 pin) 1333Mhz PC3 10600 for Apple 8 GB (9-9-9-25)
Komputerbay 8GB (2x 4GB) DDR3 SODIMM (204 pin) 1333Mhz PC3 10600 for Apple 8 GB (9-9-9-25)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 27 Oct. 2015
Does what it says on the tin


Rebel Queen: The Trial of Queen Caroline
Rebel Queen: The Trial of Queen Caroline
by Jane Robins
Edition: Hardcover

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5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent book, 24 Jun. 2006
This is a wonderful story, told with real pace and verve. Jane Robins' wry sense of humour allows her to move lightly from broad farce, as the hapless peers get entangled in the princess's dirty laundry while trying to find a way out of the impossible challenge set by their monarch, to high romance, with the dashing Brougham, to the grand political drama of radicals, polemicists, journalists, revolutionaries, aristocrats, politicians and courtiers. There are many aspects of this story which are historically interesting, not least the obvious parallels with the self inflicted problems of more recent royals. More interesting perhaps is the role that Caroline's travails and trial had in the development of the popular press in Britain and, indeed, in popular political activism. All of this is illuminated by Robins' enjoyable book but none of it is intrusive. First and foremost, this is a great read.

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