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Timeline for 1845
19th century | 1840s

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By 18 December 1845, it was common gossip that Charles Dickens had stolen the character of Mr Pickwick for his book, The Pickwick Papers, from his artist, Seymour. While in London on this date, Dickens found that even "tramps" had heard the tale. The Seventh Doctor, Roz Forrester and Chris Cwej also visited London on this date. (PROSE: The Death of Art)

A small group of young British army officers stationed in Karachi performed a tantric ritual that unleashed at least one full-blood Mal'akh. Richard Francis Burton helped Faction Paradox to capture the Mal'akh and transport it to the Eleven-Day Empire for study. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

While on an expedition to the Congo with her husband Professor Cedric Scrivener, Jane Scrivener died of malaria. (AUDIO: The Ghosts of Gralstead)

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