Where is the Opposition?
Tom Merry. Lith..
|Main Creator:||Merry, Tom, 1853-1902, artist.|
Printed lower right on sheet "With Apologies to J. Teniel Esqr.". Robert Cecil Salisbury, British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party, is depicted as Richard the Lionheart putting a bloody sword back into its' scabbard. Around him lie the dead bodies of the members of the opposition such as Charles Bradlaugh and William Gladstone.
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[London] : April 28th, 1888.
St. Stephen's Review Presentation Cartoon, April 28th, 1888.
Physical description: 1 print : col. chromolithograph ; 53 x 35 cm..
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|PD St. Stephen's Review 1888 April 28 (A)||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.