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Choose from 103 pictures in our Bill collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

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Eric Dixon, American jazz tenor saxophonist, flautist, composer and arranger, 1980s

Eric Dixon, American jazz tenor saxophonist, flautist, composer and arranger, 1980s.

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'The Divided Skirt', 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

'The Divided Skirt', 1886. This cartoon shows the Liberal Prime Minister, Gladstone. Now 76 years of age, and in his third term in office, Gladstone was undoubtedly the grandee of the Commons. By now, he had been dubbed the 'Grand Old Man' by Henry Labouchere in 1881, and this had been shorted to GOM by many. He is fitting a decidedly matronly Britannia with her first divided skirt. This relates to one of Gladstone's first Bills on regaining office early 1886. However, the Irish Home Rule Bill was deeply divisive, even though it was apparently designed to settle all outstanding matters once and for all. It did lead to the resignation from the Cabinet of the Radical, Joseph Chamberlain who cited the blow to 'the security of the Empire' as his primary reason. From Punch, or the London Charivari, April 24, 1885.

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The Bristol Riots of 1831, (1893).Artist: R Dawson

The Bristol Riots of 1831, (1893). The Bristol Riots of 1831, 1893. Large-scale riots broke out in Bristol in 1831 sparked by the House of Lords rejection of the Reform Bill. The disturbances lasted for three days and numerous buildings were set on fire. Troops were sent in and it is estimated that several hundred people were killed. An engraving from James Taylor's The Age We Live In: A History of the Nineteenth Century, From the Peace of 1815 to the Present Time, William Mackenzie, (London, 1893).

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