Derby Cartoons

The Derby- Horse Auction at Tattersall's

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Memorials of the Great Exhibition - 1851 - No. XXVI - The Great Derby Race For Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one.

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Conservatives Postpone 1852 Elections

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Hunting - No. VI

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Trainer gives final instruction to stable boy riding in the derby

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Day Before the Derby.

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The Epsom Derby - Wealthy man sees off a Pick-Pocket

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Male rider riding soapbox car

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Gentlemen riders, who are so like professional jocks, you can hardly tell the difference!

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A day's pleasure.

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The Epsom Derby- Arrival of the Well-to-Do

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Mr. Briggs Rides a Steeple Chase Pt. 1

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Disraeli Becomes Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the Commons

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Disraeli Becomes Prime Minister

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Conservatives Return a Minority in 1859 Election

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Prehistoric Peeps: Even the 'Derby' had its primeval counterpart.

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The Ladies of the Creation - Bloomerism. - No. XV. - At the derby.

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The Epsom Derby - Omnibus Squeezes Past Crowds

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Going Cheap.

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Disraeli is Pressed for a Declaration of Policy

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Derby Day (Time 11am).

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The Epsom Derby - Jockey Falls at Tattenham Corner

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A Real Difficulty.

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The Epsom Derby - At Lunch

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The road-side on the Derby day

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