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  1. 29 September – the first police officers of the Metropolitan Police Service, known by the nicknames "bobbies" or "peelers", go on patrol in London. 8 October – George Stephenson 's steam locomotive, The Rocket, defeats John Ericsson 's Novelty and thus wins The Rainhill Trials held near Liverpool.

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  5. Events from the year 1829 in the United Kingdom. Incumbents. Monarch – George IV; Prime Minister – Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington ; Parliament – 8th; Events Burking Poor Old Mrs Constitution, Aged 141 by William Heath: The Duke of Wellington and Robert Peel as Burke and Hare smother the Bill of Rights 1689 by the Roman Catholic Relief Act

    • Incumbents
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    Monarch – George IV
    Prime Minister – F. J. Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich (Coalition) (until 21 January); Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (Tory) (starting 22 January)
    Parliament – 8th
    22 January – the Duke of Wellington succeeds Lord Goderich as Prime Minister with a reforming Tory government.
    17 April – Royal Free Hospital, established as the London General Institution for the Gratuitous Care of Malignant Diseases by surgeon William Marsden, opens.
    27 April – London Zooopens.
    9 May – Sacramental Test Act removes most prohibitions on nonconformists and Catholicsholding public office.
    John Payne Collier produces a script of Punch and Judy.
    Sir Walter Scott's novel The Fair Maid of Perth (or St. Valentine's Day; Chronicles of the Canongate, 2nd series).
    12 February – George Meredith, novelist and poet (died 1909)
    18 March – Randal Cremer, politician and pacifist, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize(died 1908)
    4 April – Mrs. Oliphant, born Margaret Wilson, Scottish-born novelist and historical writer (died 1897)
    20 April – Josephine Butler, social reformer (died 1906)
    26 January – Lady Caroline Lamb, novelist (born 1785)
    3 February – Sir Richard Strachan, 6th Baronet, admiral (born 1760)
    7 February – Henry Neele, poet and scholar (born 1798)
    28 March – Frances Burney, dramatist (born 1776)
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    Monarch – George IV
    Prime Minister – Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool (Tory) (until 9 April); George Canning (Coalition) (starting 10 April, until 8 August); F. J. Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich (Coalition) (s...
    Parliament – 8th
    17 January – The Duke of Wellington becomes Commander-in-Chief of the Forces.
    1 March – St David's College, Lampeter, Wales, opens its doors to its first students.
    7 March – Ellen Turner is abducted – the Shrigley abductioncase begins.
    7 April – John Walker begins selling his invention, the friction match.
    Thomas De Quincey's essay On Murder Considered as one of the Fine Arts (in Blackwood's Magazine).
    Sir Walter Scott's (anonymous) stories Chronicles of the Canongate.
    7 January – Sandford Fleming, Scottish-born civil engineer, "father of time zones" (died 1915 in Canada)
    14 January – Enderby Jackson, pioneer of the British brass band(died 1903)
    24 February – Lydia Becker, suffragette (died 1890)
    4 March – Henrietta Keddie('Sarah Tytler'), Scottish-born novelist (died 1914)
    2 January – John Mason Good, writer (born 1764)
    5 January – Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, heir-presumptive to the throne (born 1763)
    28 February – Thomas Holloway, portrait painter and engraver (born 1748)
    21 April – Thomas Rowlandson, artist and caricaturist (born 1757)
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