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William Cobbett is joined by six drunkards who applaud his toast of "damnation to the House of Brunswick"; representing British parliamentary reform. Etching by J. Gillray, ca. 1809.
- Gillray, James, 1756-1815.
- 29 September 1809
- Part of
- The life of William Cobbett, - written by himself
Two doctors - left, the 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, and right, H. H. Asquith - recommending different remedies to an irate patient; representing arguments surrounding the Parliament Act of 1911 and reform in the House of Lords. Pen drawing by F.C. Gould, 1911.
- Gould, F. Carruthers (Francis Carruthers), 1844-1925.
The British lion is tormented by apes wearing coronets sitting on its back, prodding it, cutting off its tail and pulling it by a hook through the nose; representing Great Britain losing the Second Reform Bill in 1831 owing to the opposition of the House of Lords. Lithograph, 1831.
- Landseer, Thomas, 1795-1880.
- October 15 1831
Legacy - Parliament 2010-15 : Government response to the House of Commons, Science and Technology Committee : ninth report of session 2014-15 / presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills by Command of Her Majesty.
- Great Britain. Department for Business, Innovation and Skills