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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
Reference
13793i
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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'

Publication/Creation

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

Physical description

1 print : chromolithograph ; image 48 x 30.5 cm

Lettering

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

Publications note

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

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 13793i

Languages

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