drawn by James Lowther M.P.
|Main Creator:||Lowther, James 1840-1904|
Charles Stewart Parnell, three-quarter-length, right hand raised and left hand in pocket, delivering a speech in the last year of his life. Drawn on the blank verso of a printed Parliamentary Agenda for 24 July 1891. On 23 July 1891, Parnell spoke at a political meeting in Dublin. James Lowther could have been in Ireland at the time of making this sketch, or that he later used a scrap of an earlier agenda when in England. Parnell died on 6 October 1891
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Printed on verso: Provisional Order Bills, continued. Friday 24th July. Notice of Motions, continued. [...] the Select Committee, is of opinion that its conclusions do not afford a final or equitable settlement of Railway Rates and Charges, and that further Amendments in relief of trade are urgently required. 18. Mr Long, -Local Government Provisional Order Bill, -That the Order [2nd Februuary] that the Bill be committed be read, and discharged. That the Bill be withdrawn. Public Committees for Friday, 24th July, 1891. 1. House of Commons (Ventilation) (to consider Report)
Physical description: 1 drawing pencil 21.2 x 15.7 cm.
Citations/References: Roy Davids Ltd Great Hasely, Oxford : Manuscripts, Archives & Books, Literary & Historical Portraits & Artefacts p. 90, lot no. 111
James Lowther M.P., formerly chief-secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1878-1880, was in Ireland at the time of making this sketch
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