Organisation

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

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  • Interior of the House of Lords during a public inquiry into Queen Caroline in 1820. Stipple engraving by J. G. Murray after J. Stephanoff.
  • A representative of the House of Lords offers whatever they want to a brewer, a mine owner, and a clergyman, but refuses a worker the right to ride along the Thames embankment. Drawing by David Wilson, 1905.
  • Thomas D. Rice performing the "Jump Jim Crow" song and dance in front of British members of the House of Lords. Lithograph by I.H..
  • Key plate to the print of the death of Lord Chatham, in the Upper Chamber of the Palace of Westminster, 1778. Engraving, 1791, after J.S. Copley.
  • W.E. Gladstone represented as Samson destroying the pillars of the British Constitution by abolition of the House of Lords. Colour lithograph by Tom Merry, 24 October 1891.
  • The death of William Pitt, Lord Chatham, in the Upper Chamber of the Palace of Westminster, 1778. Engraving by J.M. Delattre after J.S. Copley, 1779.
  • The death of William Pitt, Lord Chatham, in the Upper Chamber of the Palace of Westminster, 1778. Engraving after J. Copley, 1779.
  • The death of William Pitt, Lord Chatham, in the Upper Chamber of the Palace of Westminster, 1778. Engraving by J. Rogers after J. Copley, 1779.
  • The death of William Pitt, Lord Chatham, in the Upper Chamber of the Palace of Westminster, 1778. Engraving by F.F. Walker after J. Copley, 1779.
  • The death of William Pitt, Lord Chatham, in the Upper Chamber of the Palace of Westminster, 1778. Engraving by P. Lightfoot after J. Copley, 1779.

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