Lords Cartoons

Lords, Peasants and the Poor Law - 1845

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Woman offering to kiss a man if he votes for Lord James

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A bit of serious pantomime. - A message from the Lords.

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Gladstone reprieving the Army Bill

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Elopement

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'Market Day'- House of Lords Members awaiting Patronage

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Gladstone running over the Lords' toes with tthe Ballot Bill

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Rural Butler Speaking to Town Gentleman

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Owner: 'Why didn't you ride as I told you? Didn't I tell you to force the pace early and come away at the corner?' Jockey: 'Yes m'Lord, but I couldn't very well leave the horse behind.'

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The court of appeal in the House of Lords

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Meeting at a social gathering

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Keeper giving Lords best position for shooting

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Some gentlemen preparing for a hunt

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Drawing the Line.

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House of Lords Resists Reform

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The Epsom Derby - An Earl Throwing Sticks at Cocunuts

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'A sketch at Lord's'

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The Old Order Changeth.

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A chance meeting in westminster hall

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Reform of the House of Lords

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Natural Religion.

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Lord Lyndhurst's speech on the Royal Navy.

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Public schools cricket match at Lords

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A Severe Sentence.

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A Grievance.

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