Lord Derby Cartoons

Conservatives Postpone 1852 Elections

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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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Disraeli is Pressed for a Declaration of Policy

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Reform Bill Radicalised by Numerous Amendments

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Revival of the Anti-Corn-Law League

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Disraeli entrusted with the task of forming a Conservative Ministry

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Disraeli Introduces a more Extensive Reform Bill

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Conservatives Abandon Agricultural Interests

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Third Derby-Disraeli Ministry: The Dilemma of Reform

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Disraeli is Mindful of Agricultural Interests

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Disraeli 'The Political Chameleon' Moves Towards Free-Trade

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Disraeli Adopts Parliamentary Reform Agenda

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Disraeli Introduces Parliamentary Reform Bill,1867

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Lord Derby taking his hat off to Gladstone and the Liberals

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Conservatives Seek to Win Back Remaining Peelites

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Disraeli and the Earl of Derby are troubled by a newspaper vendor

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Canine at the Westminster Pit - Lord Palmerston and Lord Derby

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Free Trade Triumphs Over the Conservative Party

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Derby-Disraeli Ministry Passes 1852 Militia Bill

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