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Three men seeking lodgings standing on the doorstep of a house where the landlady (Disraeli) is leaning out of the window; representing the enfranchisement of lodgers. Process print after J. Tenniel, 1867.

Tenniel, John, 1820-1914.
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[1867]

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Credit: Three men seeking lodgings standing on the doorstep of a house where the landlady (Disraeli) is leaning out of the window; representing the enfranchisement of lodgers. Process print after J. Tenniel, 1867. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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The "Irrepressible Lodger". Mrs Dizzy (The Charwoman). "Well all I can say is - after the eighth of April I dessay we may be able to accommodate the lot of yer." Mr Disraeli agreed to include the Lodger Franchise in his Reform Bill, in Committee, which was fixed for April 8th. He declared himself the Father of the Lodger Franchise. - 1867. Cartoon April 6, 1867.

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[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [1867]

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1 print : line block ; image 25.6 x 18 cm

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Wellcome Library no. 35799i

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