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Background imageGeneral Election Collection: La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; auto-taxi de propagande social-democrate... 1919

La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; auto-taxi de propagande social-democrate... 1919. Creator: Unknown
La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; auto-taxi de propagande social-democrate devant un bureau de vote, 1919. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; l'ordre assure dans la rue par l'artillerie... 1919

La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; l'ordre assure dans la rue par l'artillerie... 1919
La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; l'ordre assure dans la rue par l'artillerie de campagne, 1919. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919, Volume 2" [L'Illustration

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; les elections a Berlin: le 19 janvier... 1919

La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; les elections a Berlin: le 19 janvier... 1919. Creator: Unknown
La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; les elections a Berlin: le 19 janvier, electeurs et electrices se pressant a l'entree d'une section de vote, 1919

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; deux jeunes distributrices de bulletins... 1919

La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; deux jeunes distributrices de bulletins... 1919. Creator: Unknown
La Nouvelle Europe; les elections Allemandes; deux jeunes distributrices de bulletins de vote en faveur du national allemand, 1919

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Manchester Election: the Hustings in St. Anne's-Square, 1857. Creator: Unknown

The Manchester Election: the Hustings in St. Anne's-Square, 1857. Creator: Unknown
The Manchester Election: the Hustings in St. Anne's-Square, 1857. General election. The nomination of candidates for election to serve in the next Parliament as representatives of the city of

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The scene in the Lord Chancellors office... General Election, 1923, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The scene in the Lord Chancellors office... General Election, 1923, (1935). Creator: Unknown
The scene in the Lord Chancellors office when the writs were issued for the General Election, 1923, (1935). Officials with paperwork during the British general election of 1923

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: A family listening to the results of the general election of 1923, (1935). Creator: Unknown

A family listening to the results of the general election of 1923, (1935). Creator: Unknown
A family listening to the results of the general election of 1923, (1935). Wireless brought the election results into the homes of the people

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Some women are able to vote for the first time, Britain, 14 December 1918, (1935)

Some women are able to vote for the first time, Britain, 14 December 1918, (1935). In the General Election on December 14, 1918

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Election meeting in Ireland, 1826 (c1890). Creator: Edmund Blair Leighton

Election meeting in Ireland, 1826 (c1890). Creator: Edmund Blair Leighton
Election meeting in Ireland, 1826 (c1890). From " Cassells History of England - Special Edition, Vol. V." [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, c1890]

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Declaring the Poll at Epping, 1924, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Declaring the Poll at Epping, 1924, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Declaring the Poll at Epping, 1924, (1945). British politician and statesman Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) and his wife Clementine listen to the official declaration after he won the seat of

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Election at Epping, 1924, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Election at Epping, 1924, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Election at Epping, 1924, (1945). British politician and statesman Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) campaigning as a Constitutionalist before the General Election in which he won the seat of Epping

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Member for North-West Manchester, c1906, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Member for North-West Manchester, c1906, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Member for North-West Manchester, c1906, (1945). British politician and statesman Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) won the Manchester North West seat for the Liberals in the general election of

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Start, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Start, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Start, 1886. On the left at the starting line is the Grand Old Man of politics, the Liberal Prime Minister, William Gladstone

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Covent Garden Market, Westminster, London, 1808. Artist: Augustus Charles Pugin

Covent Garden Market, Westminster, London, 1808. Artist: Augustus Charles Pugin
Covent Garden Market, Westminster, London, 1808. View of electioneering taking place at Covent Garden, with some spectators carrying banners

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The high-flying candidate, (ie Little Paul-Goose), mounting from a blanket, 1806

The high-flying candidate, (ie Little Paul-Goose), mounting from a blanket, 1806. View of the hustings in Covent Garden showing Sir Samuel Hood

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Middlesex-election, 1804. A long pull, a strong pull and a pull all together, 1804

Middlesex-election, 1804. A long pull, a strong pull and a pull all together, 1804. Sir Francis Burdett drawn by his supporters in his carriage

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: A barbers shop, 1784

A barbers shop, 1784. The interior of a barbers shop during the Westminster election of 1784. A man is seated having his hair combed by a boy from whose pocket shows the label [Wr]ay

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The scrutiny, or examination of the filth, 1784

The scrutiny, or examination of the filth, 1784. Five men, holding their noses and examining chamber pots, with devils in the background on either side. One man is vomiting

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Westminster mendicant, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

The Westminster mendicant, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
The Westminster mendicant, 1784. A blind beggar, Sir Cecil Wray, being led by his dog. This satire is a reference to Wrays lack of success in contesting the Westminster constituency at the 1784

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Wits last stake... 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

Wits last stake... 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
Wits last stake... 1784. Scene in a poor district of Westminster (Peter Street). The Duchess of Devonshire is canvassing a cobbler. She is supported on Charles James Foxs knee

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Westminster Watchman, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

The Westminster Watchman, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
The Westminster Watchman, 1784. Charles James Fox as a watchman. In the background, two sham watchmen, Lord Hood and Sir Cecil Wray

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Westminster Deserter drum d out of the regiment, 1784. Artist

The Westminster Deserter drum d out of the regiment, 1784. Artist
The Westminster Deserter drum d out of the regiment, 1784. Sir Cecil Wray being drummed away from the hustings in Covent Garden. Sam House is in the centre and Charles James Fox is on the right

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Rival Candidates, 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank

The Rival Candidates, 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank
The Rival Candidates, 1784. The three candidates for the Westminster constituency at the 1784 general election. Charles James Fox in the centre, in the pose of orator

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Westminster Races... 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank

Westminster Races... 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank
Westminster Races... 1784. Showing the three candidates for the Westminster constituency in the 1784 general election, Samuel Hood, Charles James Fox and Cecil Wray

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: City election candidates of 1812

City election candidates of 1812. A View of the Starting Post and List of the Horses and their Riders who Started for the City Plate October 5th 1812

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Westminster Election, 1780

Westminster Election, 1780. Three candidates stand under the portico of St Paul s, Covent Garden. Charles James Fox, in the centre, is supported by Britannia

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Mr. Churchill was returned for Epping, as a Conservative, 1929, (1945)

Mr. Churchill was returned for Epping, as a Conservative, 1929, (1945). In the General Election of 1929 the Labour Party secured a majority, but Mr

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: In the General Election he was defeated at Manchester, but was returned for Dundee, 1908, (1945)

In the General Election he was defeated at Manchester, but was returned for Dundee, 1908, (1945). Sir Winston Churchill standing on a tram as he speaks to the public during the North West Manchester

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The election riot at Hawick, Scottish Borders, 1837 (c1895)

The election riot at Hawick, Scottish Borders, 1837 (c1895). From Cassells Illustrated History of England, volume VII (c1895)

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The second general election of 1924 (1935)

The second general election of 1924 (1935). From The Royal Jubilee Book 1910-1935 [Associated Newspapers Ltd. London, 1935]

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Declaring the result of the poll during the general election, Leeds, West Yorkshire, 1880

Declaring the result of the poll during the general election, Leeds, West Yorkshire, 1880

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Taking Soundings, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain

Taking Soundings, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain
Taking Soundings, 1888. The Liberal Leader of the Opposition, Mr Gladstone, is on board ship and taking soundings of recent public opinion

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Knight and his Companion, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Knight and his Companion, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Knight and his Companion, 1887. The Knight in this cartoon is Prince Bismarck of Germany. A General Election had been held in Germany in mid-February 1887

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Cross-roads, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Cross-roads, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Cross-roads, 1886. The new Conservative Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury, pulls up at a crossroads. Two former Liberals, Lord Hartington, and, with the monocle

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Old Umbrella!!!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Old Umbrella!!!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Old Umbrella!!!, 1886. This cartoon shows the former Prime Minister, William Gladstone. The Liberal Party had recently lost the General Election to the Conservatives, and their leader

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Finish, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Finish, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Finish, 1886. This is a companion cartoon to The Start, published on 3rd July 1886. Lord Salisbury, the Leader in the Lords of the Conservative Party

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Waits, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Waits, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Waits, 1885. The shadowy figures drinking a toast are Lord Salisbury (right) and Lord Randolph Churchill. Outside are the Liberals Joseph Chamberlain, William Forster

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: With the Stream, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

With the Stream, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
With the Stream, 1885. The cartoon depicts the new Conservative administration rowing in the Liberal stream towards a General Election

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Going to the Country, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

Going to the Country, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
Going to the Country, 1885. This cartoon depicts the Liberals former Prime Minister, William Gladstone, coming in at the door. Inside, Lord Salisbury is the new Conservative Prime Minister

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Rival Rogues, 1880. Artist: Joseph Swain

Rival Rogues, 1880. Artist: Joseph Swain
Rival Rogues, 1880. Mr Punch faces the twin candidates for the Conservative and Liberal Parties. This is in relation to the first Election Commission following the 1880 General Election which opened

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Degenerate Days!!, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain

Degenerate Days!!, 1874. Artist: Joseph Swain
Degenerate Days!!, 1874. A publican and his customer discuss the forthcoming General Election. After being in power since 1868, the Liberal Prime Minister, Gladstone

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: General election, (1874?). Artist: Joseph Swain

General election, (1874?). Artist: Joseph Swain
General election, (1874?). A shrouded figure holds up the ballot box whilst, in the mists and gloom at the figures feet, the Liberal Prime Minister, Gladstone

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Revised-and Corrected, 1868. Artist: John Tenniel

Revised-and Corrected, 1868. Artist: John Tenniel
Revised-and Corrected, 1868. During the General Election of 1868, the question of the enfranchisement of women came to fore

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: A Dress Rehearsal, 1868. Artist: John Tenniel

A Dress Rehearsal, 1868. Artist: John Tenniel
A Dress Rehearsal, 1868. The campaigning for the General Election of 1868 was well under way, and it was apparent that the Liberal party were leading the race

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: Dizzys Arithmetic, 1865 Artist: John Tenniel

Dizzys Arithmetic, 1865 Artist: John Tenniel
Dizzys Arithmetic, 1865. Pam remarks Now, then, Youngster, You ve No Call to be a Chalking that Wall; and if You Must do a Sum, You might as well do it Right

Background imageGeneral Election 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 imageGeneral Election Collection: Election Lunes, 1865. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett

Election Lunes, 1865. Artist: Charles Henry Bennett
Election Lunes, 1865. No.1. - The Electoral Body. With the 1865 General Election approaching, here Punch shows the Electoral Body

Background imageGeneral Election Collection: The Derby - The Return, 1859

The Derby - The Return, 1859. In the General Election of 1859 that followed the defeat of Disraelis Reform Bill, the Conservatives made gains of some 30 seats



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