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Great Britain. Parliament

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  • The Midlothian campaign of 1879-1880: William Gladstone runs past the Earl of Dalkeith who lies on the ground amid burning faggots. Engraving by A. Mantrop, 1879/1880.
  • The Midlothian campaign of 1879-1880: William Gladstone is saluting a crowd; his opponent the Earl of Dalkeith is hiding behind a tree in order to throw faggots at him. Engraving by A. Mantrop, 1879/1880.
  • Gladstone dancing with Lord Rosebery, who is wearing a kilt; celebrating the Liberal victory in the British General Election of 1880 and a crown. Engraving, 1880.
  • Social England : a record of the progress of the people in religion, laws, learning, arts, industry, commerce, science, literature and manners, from the earliest times to the present day / edited by H.D. Traill and J.S. Mann.
  • W.E. Gladstone and his Liberal allies, dressed as Roman soldiers, are about to defeat the Conservatives, who throw themselves from the citadel marked "Counties". Lithograph, ca. 1880.
  • The Midlothian campaign of 1879-1880: people are burning in a ballot box, Disraeli is kissing a Turk representing tyranny and crime, a Zulu warrior looks on, and broken puppet of Lord Dalkeith lies in the foreground. Engraving by A. Mantrop, 1879/1880.
  • The Houses of Parliament, viewed from Lambeth Bridge. Photograph.
  • Moses parting the Red Sea: British politicians depicted drowning in the sea. Colour lithograph by Tom Merry, 5 December 1885.
  • Gladstone is welcomed home by a woman who could not cope with her four children any longer, representing the parliamentary constitutency of Midlothian; Disraeli as Lord Beaconsfield ploughs a field in the background. Lithograph, ca. 1879.
  • Gadarene swine throwing themselves off a cliff into water, representing the British Liberal Party. Colour lithograph by Tom Merry, 5 April 1884.

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