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W.E. Gladstone as a quack doctor selling remedies from his caravan; representing his advocacy of the Home Rule Bill in Parliament. Chromolithograph by T. Merry, 1889.

Merry, Tom, 1852-1902.
Date
June 22nd 1889

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Description

Gladstone holds up 'Home Rule Ointment' and his caravan bears various inscriptions: 'Dr. Gladstone's infallible Home Rule Ointment', 'The heart Midlothian', 'Gladstonia glamour', 'Capacity of a radical voters stomach'

Lettering

The travelling quack. St. Stephen's Review presentation cartoon June 22nd 1889.. Tom Merry del et lith

Publication/Creation

[London] : St. Stephen's review, June 22nd 1889.

Physical description

1 print : chromolithograph ; image 48 x 30.5 cm

Publications note

Too late for the British Museum, Catalogue of political and personal satires, London 1870-1954

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 13793i

Language

  • English


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