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Act Of Parliament Collection

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Reform Bill, 1832 (c1850s)

The Reform Bill, 1832 (c1850s). The Rt Hon Earl Grey introduced the Reform Act in Parliament in 1832. It was intended to make wide-ranging changes to the British electoral system

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Portrait of Judge Martin Howard, 1767. Creator: John Singleton Copley

Portrait of Judge Martin Howard, 1767. Creator: John Singleton Copley
Portrait of Judge Martin Howard, 1767

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Bill of Rights Presented to William and Mary, 1689, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown

The Bill of Rights Presented to William and Mary, 1689, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown
The Bill of Rights Presented to William and Mary, 1689, (mid 19th century). King William III (1650-1702) and Queen Mary II (1662-1694) of Great Britain agreeing an Act of Parliament

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Obelisk under the Liberty Tree, Boston, 1766 (printed 1973). Creator: Paul Revere

The Obelisk under the Liberty Tree, Boston, 1766 (printed 1973). Creator: Paul Revere
The Obelisk under the Liberty Tree, Boston, 1766 (printed 1973)

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Anne (1665-1714) Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1702-1707 then under the Acts of Union

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Henry Grattan, c1810, (c1880). Creator: James Ramsay

Henry Grattan, c1810, (c1880). Creator: James Ramsay
Henry Grattan, c1820, (c1880). Henry Grattan (1746-1820) Irish politician and member of the Irish House of Commons, who campaigned for legislative freedom for the Irish Parliament

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Beer Street, 1751, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth

Beer Street, 1751, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth
Beer Street, 1751, (1925). Issued in 1751 by English artist William Hogarth. From " London in the Eighteenth Century", by Sir Walter Besant. [A. & C. Black, Ltd. London, 1925]

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Repeal, or the Funeral of Miss Ame - Stamp, March 16, 1766. March 16, 1766. Creator: Anon

The Repeal, or the Funeral of Miss Ame - Stamp, March 16, 1766. March 16, 1766. Creator: Anon
The Repeal, or the Funeral of Miss Ame - Stamp, March 16, 1766

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Deplorable State of America, or Sc___h Government, March 22, 1765. March 22, 1765. Creator: Anon

The Deplorable State of America, or Sc___h Government, March 22, 1765. March 22, 1765. Creator: Anon
The Deplorable State of America, or Sc___h Government, March 22, 1765

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Goody Bull or the Second Part of the Repeal, March 18, 1766. March 18, 1766. Creator: Anon

Goody Bull or the Second Part of the Repeal, March 18, 1766. March 18, 1766. Creator: Anon
Goody Bull or the Second Part of the Repeal, March 18, 1766

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Repeal, or the Funeral of Miss Ame-Stamp, 1766. 1766. Creator: Anon

The Repeal, or the Funeral of Miss Ame-Stamp, 1766. 1766. Creator: Anon
The Repeal, or the Funeral of Miss Ame-Stamp, 1766

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Lord Mount-Temple; 1811-1888, 1888. Creator: Unknown

Lord Mount-Temple; 1811-1888, 1888. Creator: Unknown
Lord Mount-Temple; 1811-1888, 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 38. July to December, 1888

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Union Head Dress!!, March 18, 1801. March 18, 1801. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

The Union Head Dress!!, March 18, 1801. March 18, 1801. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
The Union Head Dress!!, March 18, 1801

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Union Street, Aberdeen, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Union Street, Aberdeen, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Union Street, Aberdeen, 1898. Union Street named after the Acts of Union 1800 with Ireland, designed early 19th century to plans suggested by Charles Abercrombie

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Lord Lake, (1744-1808), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Lord Lake, (1744-1808), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Lord Lake, (1744-1808), 1830. Gerard Lake (1744-1808) British general who served during the French Revolutionary Wars and commanded British forces during the Irish Rebellion of 1798

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: A. Fletcher, (1655-1716), 1830. Creator: Unknown

A. Fletcher, (1655-1716), 1830. Creator: Unknown
A. Fletcher, (1655-1716), 1830. Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun (1655-1716) Scottish writer and politician, advocate for the non-incorporation of Scotland

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Fleetwood, (c1618-1692), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Fleetwood, (c1618-1692), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Fleetwood, (c1618-1692), 1830. Charles Fleetwood (c1618-1692) English Parliamentarian soldier and politician, named Cromwells Lieutenant General in the Third English Civil War

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Earl Godolphin, (1645-1712), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Earl Godolphin, (1645-1712), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Earl Godolphin, (1645-1712), 1830. Sidney Godolphin, 1st Earl of Godolphin (1645-1712) British politician, Privy Councillor, Secretary of State

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Queen Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Queen Anne, (1665-1714), 1830. Anne, Queen of Great Britain (1665-1714) Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland between 8 March 1702 and 1 May 1707

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: William Huskisson, c1810, (c1884). Creator: Unknown

William Huskisson, c1810, (c1884). Creator: Unknown
William Huskisson, c1810, (c1884). William Huskisson (1770- 1830) British statesman, financier and MP during reign of George IV. Educated at Appleby Grammar School

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Duke of Queensberry and Dover presenting the Act of Union to Queen Anne, 1773

The Duke of Queensberry and Dover presenting the Act of Union to Queen Anne, 1773. James Douglas, (1662-1711) Scottish nobleman presenting the Acts of Union 1707 to Queen Anne

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Joy for the Union, 1897. Creator: John Leech

Joy for the Union, 1897. Creator: John Leech
Joy for the Union, 1897. A tartan-clad Scottish piper with the symbols for pounds, shillings and pence on his bagpipes. In 1707

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Union: Thistle, Rose, Shamrock, c1850. Artist: William Charles Ross

The Union: Thistle, Rose, Shamrock, c1850. Artist: William Charles Ross
The Union: Thistle, Rose, Shamrock, c1850. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney. [Virtue & Company, London, c1915]

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Mock funeral procession in St Giles, London, 1751

Mock funeral procession in St Giles, London, 1751. To those melancholly sufferers (by a late severe act) the distillers, this plate is most humbly inscribed by a lover of trade

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Act of Union presented to Queen Anne by the Duke of Queensberry and Dover, c1787

The Act of Union presented to Queen Anne by the Duke of Queensberry and Dover, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Act of Union between England and Scotland being read before Queen Anne, 1826

The Act of Union between England and Scotland being read before Queen Anne, 1826
The Act of Union between England and Scotland being read before Queen Anne, 1707 (1826). Anne (1665-1714) was Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne, c18th century. Artist: Michael Vandergucht

Queen Anne, c18th century. Artist: Michael Vandergucht
Queen Anne, c18th century. Anne (1665-1714) was the daughter of James II, deposed by William of Orange in the Glorious Revolution of 1688

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne receiving the Act of Union from the Duke of Queensberry, 1707 (1793)

Queen Anne receiving the Act of Union from the Duke of Queensberry, 1707 (1793). From Ashburtons History of England, by Charles Alfred Ashburton. [W. & J. Stratford, High Holborn, London, 1793]

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Irish Peasants, 1896

Irish Peasants, 1896
Irish Peasants. The Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Act 1870 was an Act passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom in 1870, and was famed for the hardship it inflicted on tenants

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Bostonians reading the Stamp Act, 1765 (c1880)

Bostonians reading the Stamp Act, 1765 (c1880). The Stamp Act of 1765 was the first attempt by the British government to impose direct taxation upon the American colonies

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Facsimile of the Pennsylvania Journal on the Stamp Act, 1765 (c1880)

Facsimile of the Pennsylvania Journal on the Stamp Act, 1765 (c1880). The Stamp Act of 1765 was the first attempt by the British government to impose direct taxation upon the American colonies

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Flight of Thomas Hutchinson before the rioters, Boston, Massachusetts, 1765 (c1880)

Flight of Thomas Hutchinson before the rioters, Boston, Massachusetts, 1765 (c1880). The Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Soldiers firing on rioters during the insurrection at Glasgow, 1706 (19th century)

Soldiers firing on rioters during the insurrection at Glasgow, 1706 (19th century). Rioting took place as a consequence of local objections to the union with England

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Statue of Queen Anne (1665-1714), Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, 1738

Statue of Queen Anne (1665-1714), Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, 1738. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1824. Artist: Rogers

Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1824. Artist: Rogers
Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1824. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1804. Artist: J Chapman

Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1804. Artist: J Chapman
Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1804. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714) and the ballad writer. Artist: W Thomas

Queen Anne (1665-1714) and the ballad writer. Artist: W Thomas
Queen Anne (1665-1714) and the ballad writer. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714) handing over the white staff to the Earl of Shrewsbury, c1714

Queen Anne (1665-1714) handing over the white staff to the Earl of Shrewsbury, c1714. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Annes (1665-1714) final journey to Parliament House, c1714

Queen Annes (1665-1714) final journey to Parliament House, c1714
Queen Annes final journey to Parliament House, c1714. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714) receiving Prince Eugene (1663-1736) of Austria

Queen Anne (1665-1714) receiving Prince Eugene (1663-1736) of Austria. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: The Duchess of Marlborough upbraiding Queen Anne (1665-1714) and Mrs Masham. Artist: Pearson

The Duchess of Marlborough upbraiding Queen Anne (1665-1714) and Mrs Masham. Artist: Pearson
The Duchess of Marlborough upbraiding Queen Anne (1665-1714) and Mrs Masham. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714) touching young Samuel Johnson for the evil

Queen Anne (1665-1714) touching young Samuel Johnson for the evil. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Annes (1665-1714) privy council

Queen Annes (1665-1714) privy council. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714) and Mrs Danvers in the presence chamber

Queen Anne (1665-1714) and Mrs Danvers in the presence chamber. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714). Artist: Charles Grignion

Queen Anne (1665-1714). Artist: Charles Grignion
Queen Anne (1665-1714). Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714)

Queen Anne (1665-1714). Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Annes (1665-1714) family tree

Queen Annes (1665-1714) family tree. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageAct Of Parliament Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714). Artist: Gucht

Queen Anne (1665-1714). Artist: Gucht
Queen Anne (1665-1714). Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II



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