Parliament Cartoons

Lord Palmerston and Saxon Warrior

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The Liberal oposition obstructing the Savings Bank Bill

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The Great Chartist Demonstration. No. II. - Special constable going on duty. - Time - Two in the morning.

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The Successful Candidate

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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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Lord Palmerston sailing a ship through calm seas

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William Pitt - 'The Distressed Statesman'

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New member of parliament

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Traddles makes a figure in parliament, and i report him

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The Irish Land Bill being sent from the House of Commons to the House of Lords

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Gladstone reprieving the Army Bill

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'The Conservative Government having been defeated, Mr. Disraeli continued to hold office, in order that the business of the Session might not be interrupted by a General Election.'

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Gladstone feeding John Bull his bad policies

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Gladstone running over the Lords' toes with tthe Ballot Bill

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Gladstone forgoes the ministerial dinner, it is suggested because he doesn't want to meet his constituents

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Gladstone.

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Gladstone having to represent Greenwich, chiefly famous for its pensioners

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The Conservative majority in parliament leaves the Liberal party powerless

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The opposition as nervous school children and Lord Palmerston as schoolmaster

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Boy claiming to be a member of parliament and angry with a man for not picking up his hat

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William Gladstone, reported to stand as a candidate in oxford

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Parliament Opens, 1892

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The great Chartist demonstration. No. I. - A loyal citizen.

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Gladstone as a battering ram, calling for disestablishment

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