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Edward Stanley Collection

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Cotton Famine: meeting of the central relief committee...Manchester townhall... 1862

The Cotton Famine: meeting of the central relief committee...Manchester townhall... 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Cotton Famine: meeting of the central relief committee in the mayor's parlour at the Manchester townhall - Earl Derby in the chair, 1862

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Bivouac of the Volunteers at the close of the Review, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Bivouac of the Volunteers at the close of the Review, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Bivouac of the Volunteers at the close of the Review, 1860. Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park. The hospitality of the Earl of Derby...was on a scale of princely munificence;

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park... 1860. Creator: Unknown

The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park... 1860. Creator: Unknown
The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park - from a drawing by our special artist, 1860. About half-past two the first regiments of volunteers came upon the scene

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park - Huyton Lodge Volunteers... 1860

The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park - Huyton Lodge Volunteers... 1860. Creator: Unknown
The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park - Huyton Lodge Volunteers entering the park, 1860. It was still very early in the day when crowds of visitors from Liverpool

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park - the Earl and Countess of... 1860

The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park - the Earl and Countess of... 1860. Creator: Unknown
The Review of Lancashire Rifle Volunteers in Knowsley Park - the Earl and Countess of Derby leaving Knowsley Hall for the Review, 1860

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K. G. c1860, (c1884

The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K. G. c1860, (c1884
The Right Honourable Edward Geoffrey Stanley, Earl of Derby, K.G. c1860, (c1884). Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (1799-1869)

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: A Rude Design for a Grand Historical Picture of The Death of Caesar, 1836. Creator: John Doyle

A Rude Design for a Grand Historical Picture of The Death of Caesar, 1836. Creator: John Doyle
A Rude Design for a Grand Historical Picture of The Death of Caesar, 1836. Satire of British politics, with politicians in a scene from " Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Earl of Derby, 1860-69. Creator: John Jabez Edwin Mayall

The Earl of Derby, 1860-69. Creator: John Jabez Edwin Mayall
The Earl of Derby, 1860-69. [Portrait of British Prime Minister Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby]. Albumen print

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Lord Stanley, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Lord Stanley, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Lord Stanley, 1844. Portrait of British politician Edward Geoffrey Smith Stanley, Lord Stanley...the eldest son of the thirteenth Earl of Derby

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Military Rough-Riders Breaking an Unruly Animal, 1833. Creator: John Doyle

Military Rough-Riders Breaking an Unruly Animal, 1833. Creator: John Doyle
Military Rough-Riders Breaking an Unruly Animal, 1833. Chief Secretary for Ireland Edward Stanley, Prime Minister Charles Grey

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: A Fair Game, 1835. Creator: John Doyle

A Fair Game, 1835. Creator: John Doyle
A Fair Game, 1835. Politicians throwing sticks at targets surmounted by crowns. Satirical cartoon on British politics by H.B. (John Doyle). [Thomas McLean, London, 1835]

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Dispersion of the Thimble-Rig, 1834. Creator: John Doyle

Dispersion of the Thimble-Rig, 1834. Creator: John Doyle
Dispersion of the Thimble-Rig, 1834. British politicians: Agad, here is the Police ; I shan t stir a peg ; I ll be off ; Then so shall I

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Reconciliation. An Affecting Scene, 1834. Creator: John Doyle

The Reconciliation. An Affecting Scene, 1834. Creator: John Doyle
The Reconciliation. An Affecting Scene, 1834. Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby; Hugh Fortescue, 2nd Earl Fortescue; Sir James Robert George Graham; Edward John Littleton

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: You May Know a Man by the Company He Keeps, 1833. Creator: John Doyle

You May Know a Man by the Company He Keeps, 1833. Creator: John Doyle
" You May Know a Man by the Company He Keeps", 1833. Burdett (Sir Francis Burdett), Cobbett (William Cobbett), Althorp (John Charles Spencer)

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Late Earl of Derby, c1850, (c1880). Creator: W&D Downey

The Late Earl of Derby, c1850, (c1880). Creator: W&D Downey
The Late Earl of Derby, c1850, (c1880). Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (1799-1869) British statesman, three-time Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and, to date

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Inauguration of Wellington College, Sandhurst: Arrival of Queen Victoria, 1859, (1901)

Inauguration of Wellington College, Sandhurst: Arrival of Queen Victoria, 1859, (1901)
Inauguration of Wellington College, Sandhurst: Arrival of Queen Victoria, January 29, 1859, (1901). Wellington College, a public school at Sandhurst in Berkshire

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Earl of Derby, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Earl of Derby, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Earl of Derby, 1911. Portrait of British politician and racehorse breeder Edward George Villiers Stanley (1865-1948), 17th Earl of Derby

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, c1832. Creator: Unknown

A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, c1832. Creator: Unknown
A Group of Sporting Characters at Epsom, How are the odds on the Derby?, c1832. Political satire depicting British politicians at Epsom races: Edward Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby (1799-1869)

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: A game of foot-ball as played by certain Westminster boys, 1858

A game of foot-ball as played by certain Westminster boys, 1858. In this cartoon, Derby (in the crown) is on the left with Disraeli representing the Tories

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby, c1532-1543 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby, c1532-1543 (1945). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby, c1532-1543 (1945). Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby KG (c.1509-1572) was an English nobleman. The drawing is part of the Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, British statesman, 1865 (1936)

Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, British statesman, 1865 (1936). From William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries, Vol. II, 1840-1854, by Thomas Archer, F.R.H.S

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, British statesman and prime minister, 19th century

Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, British statesman and prime minister, 19th century
Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, British statesman and prime minister, 19th century. Illustration from The life and times of Queen Victoria, by Robert Wilson, (1900)

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Edward George Villiers Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby, 1926. Artist: Alick P F Ritchie

Edward George Villiers Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby, 1926. Artist: Alick P F Ritchie
Edward George Villiers Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby, 1926. Cigarette card with straight-line caricature, issued by John Player & Sons

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Edward Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, politician and statesman, 1881

Edward Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, politician and statesman, 1881. Stanley (1826-1893) first entered parliament in 1848 as a Conservative member for Kings Lynn

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Sir Fitz-Roy Edward Kelly, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 1880. Artist: Lock & Whitfield

Sir Fitz-Roy Edward Kelly, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 1880. Artist: Lock & Whitfield
Sir Fitz-Roy Edward Kelly, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 1880. He was appointed solicitor-general in 1845, during the administration of Sir Robert Peel

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, (1826-1893), British statesman, 19th century

Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, (1826-1893), British statesman, 19th century. Artist: WJ Edwards
Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, British statesman, 19th century. Portrait of Stanley (1826-1893)

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, British statesman, c1850-1899. Artist: W Holl

Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, British statesman, c1850-1899. Artist: W Holl
Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, British statesman, c1850-1899. Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, (1799-1869), was prime minister three times

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Right Honourable Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, British statesman, c1880

The Right Honourable Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, British statesman, c1880. Artist: DJ Pound
The Right Honourable Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby, British statesman, c1880. Portrait of Stanley (1826-1893), published in a supplement to the Illustrated News of the World, London

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Three R s; Or, Better Late Than Never, 1870. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Three R s; Or, Better Late Than Never, 1870. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Three R s; Or, Better Late Than Never, 1870. In February 1870 Forster introduced his Elementary Education Bill in Parliament

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Waiting for the Verdict, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel

Waiting for the Verdict, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel
Waiting for the Verdict, 1865. Lord Derby (left) and Disraeli represent the Conservatives who awaited the verdict of the country following the 1865 General Election

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Our Play Box. Mr Punchs Delight at Finding His Dear Old Puppets where He Left Them in July, 1865

Our Play Box. Mr Punchs Delight at Finding His Dear Old Puppets where He Left Them in July, 1865. As the new Session of Parliament is about to commence

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Looking Out for The Next Derby, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel

Looking Out for The Next Derby, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel
Looking Out for The Next Derby, 1863. Dizzy (The Tout) comments: Foreign Policy - Church - And Finance - Blow d If We Shall Win With That Lot

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Canine at the Westminster Pit, 1862

Canine at the Westminster Pit, 1862. Pit Bull terriers are set in a pit at Westminster. The one on the right is Derby, the dog of Lord Derby, the Conservative Leader

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Too Civil by Half, 1862

Too Civil by Half, 1862. Dressed as matrons, the Conservatives Lord Derby (with the glasses) and Disraeli have come to pay a social call on the Liberal Prime Minister, Palmerston

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Reform Janus, 1860

The Reform Janus, 1860. Here, Janus has the face(s) of Lord Russell, who had recently introduced an unpopular bill for Parliamentary Reform

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Derby Day(?) - Another False Start. 1858

The Derby Day(?) - Another False Start. 1858
The Derby Day(?) - Another False Start, 1858. This cartoon shows Palmerston in the background, dismounted from his horse, Despatch, having been despatched from the premiership

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Balm for the Wounded, 1859

Balm for the Wounded, 1859. Queen Victoria says Poor little man, Did he have a nasty tumble? Heres something to make him all right again

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Real Ugly Rush, 1859

The Real Ugly Rush, 1859. When Disraeli introduced his Reform Bill to the House, it caused trouble for his own party even before its defeat brought the Government down

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Anglers Return, 1859

The Anglers Return, 1859. This cartoon depicts Derby on the left in country tweeds with matching crown, and Disraeli on the right in boots with his rods slung across his back

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Street Up Again!, 1859

The Street Up Again!, 1859. The defeat of Disraelis Reform Bill in March 1862 brought down Lord Derbys Conservative Government

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Frantic Footman, who has had Warning, 1859

The Frantic Footman, who has had Warning, 1859. The defeat of Disraelis Reform Bill in March 1862 brought down Lord Derbys Conservative Government

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: The Clumsy Groom, 1859

The Clumsy Groom, 1859. The Government of the Conservative Lord Derby is brought to its knees as it tries to clear the fence of the Reform Bill

Background imageEdward Stanley Collection: Reform Snap-Dragon, 1859

Reform Snap-Dragon, 1859. This shows (clockwise from left) Lord Derby, John Bright, Disraeli and Lord Russell. All of them are playing a popular party game in which they run the risk of getting their



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