Englands Salisbury cathedral has worlds oldest working clock.

England’s Anglican cathedral in Salisbury, home of the world’s oldest working clock (AD 1386), is consecrated.
Canada's oldest European named landmass Newfoundland, is first mentioned in Daybook of tax’s for King Henry II
English privateer Sir Francis Drake returns to Plymouth, with spices and treasurer, after a 3-year trip around the world.
English Jesuit priest John Ballard was executed for trying to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I in the Babington Plot.
Scottish catholic Jacobite forces are defeated at Boyle, Co. Roscommon by the Inniskilling Protestants yeomen.
Scotland Bonnie Prince Charlie evaded capture and left the country aboard the French frigate L'Heureux to France.
British and Canadian royalist forces destroy the French settlement at Three Rivers, Prince Edward Island.
British Redcoats surprise colonial rebel's near Paoli, Pennsylvania, at what is now known as the Paoli Massacre.
English navy officer Fletcher Christian, who was master's mate on board H.M.S Bounty, dies on Pitcairn Island.
Irish nationalist Robert Emmet, republican, orator and rebel leader is tried and executed for high treason in Dublin.
Canadian Governor General Charles Poulet Thomson dies of tetanus, caused by a fall from his horse.
British and French forces at great loss defeat the Russians, at the Battle at Alma Krim during the Crimean War.
Britain awards the first Victoria Crosses for acts of bravery to troops fighting the Russian army in the Crimean War
British Indian troops loyal to the East India Company recapture Delhi, and end The Indian Rebellion.
British cruiser HMS Hawke collided in the Solent, off the Isle of Wight with the White Star Line's RMS Olympic.
England opens its 1st Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) animal clinic in Liverpool.
Irish Republican newspapers are banned from publishing and printing by the British Government.
Britains Royal Irish Constabulary temporary constables, called the Black and Tans capture Kevin Barry in Dublin.
Britain abandoned the gold standard and devalued the pound by a third, to stop speculation, over sailor’s strike.
British Government, due to WWII, asked households to bathe in no more than 5 inches of water, to conserve fuel.
London’s prestigious Earls Court Motor shows, unveils the countries first economy car, the Morris Minor.
English pop band The Beatles' end their first tour of America with a free charity concert in New York City Park.
Scotland’s John Brown's shipyard at Clydebank launched the new passenger liner Queen Elizabeth II (QE2).
Dublin city streets are patrolled by Traffic wardens for the first time.
Scottish police arrested for possession of marijuana "Beatle' Paul McCartney, at his farm in the Mull of Kintyre.
Canadian RCMP bomb squad defuses a letter bomb in a park, after removing it from the Israeli Consulate.
Scotland’s tartan-clad teenybopper sensations the Bay City Rollers make their U.S. debut on Saturday Night Live.
Princess Diana's tribute "Candle in the Wind'' written by Elton John, became the best-selling single of all time.
London's MI6 Secret Intelligence Service building is attacked by a Russian-built Mark 22 anti-tank missile.
English footballer Brian Clough, a prolific goal scorer with Middlesbrough and Sunderland, died in Derby.
Britains views Apple’s new mapping service for iPhone with suspicion, because of users’ errors and inaccuracies.
Britain and Europe still ban American travelers visiting, till the country controls the corona 19 virus outbreak.
Britain 41,804 dead, 175 this week going into lockdown, America no lockdown, 202,716 dead, 8,018 this week.
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