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Henry John Collection

Background imageHenry John Collection: Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, British statesman, 1846 (c1905)

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, British statesman, 1846 (c1905). Palmerston (1784-1865) served twice as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the mid 19th century

Background imageHenry John Collection: Lord Palmerston, c1850, (c1880). Creator: Unknown

Lord Palmerston, c1850, (c1880). Creator: Unknown
Lord Palmerston, c1850, (c1880). Henry John Temple (1784-1865) British statesman who served twice as Prime Minister and dominated British foreign policy from 1830 to 1865

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Right Hon. Viscount Palmerston. K. G. G. C. B. c1872. Creator: William Holl

The Right Hon. Viscount Palmerston. K. G. G. C. B. c1872. Creator: William Holl
The Right Hon. Viscount Palmerston. K.G. G.C.B. c1872. Portrait of Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (1784-1865), British statesman who served as Foreign Secretary

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Cats Paw, 1832. Creator: John Doyle

The Cats Paw, 1832. Creator: John Doyle
The Cats Paw, 1832. Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, French ambassador to the United Kingdom, grapples with British prime minister Lord Palmerston, depicted as a cat

Background imageHenry John Collection: The New Pasha of Egypt. Not by Horace Vernet, 1840. Creator: John Doyle

The New Pasha of Egypt. Not by Horace Vernet, 1840. Creator: John Doyle
The New Pasha of Egypt. Not by Horace Vernet, 1840. A parody on Vernets lithograph; Lord Palmerston, dressed in oriental costume and riding on horseback, in the character of Pasha Mohamed Ali

Background imageHenry John Collection: Lord Palmerston, c1840, (c1884). Creator: Unknown

Lord Palmerston, c1840, (c1884). Creator: Unknown
Lord Palmerston, c1884. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (1784-1865), British statesman educated at Harrow School and Edinburgh University

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Scrap of Paper, (1919). Creator: Unknown

The Scrap of Paper, (1919). Creator: Unknown
The " Scrap of Paper", (1919). This document is a translation and facsimile of signatures from the original treaty of 1831 guaranteeing the independence and neutrality of Belgium

Background imageHenry John Collection: Admiral Rous, 1842. Creator: Richard James Lane

Admiral Rous, 1842. Creator: Richard James Lane
Admiral Rous, 1842. Portrait of Admiral The Honourable Henry John Rous (1795-1877), British Royal Navy officer who served during the Napoleonic Wars

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Open Door, 1922. Creator: Henry John Stock

The Open Door, 1922. Creator: Henry John Stock
The Open Door, 1922. This graceful ideal figure symbolises to us the Modern Woman, at the door of the world that has now been opened to her

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Irish Tutor, 1836. Creator: John Doyle

The Irish Tutor, 1836. Creator: John Doyle
The Irish Tutor, 1836. Satirical caricature of British politicians: John William Ponsonby, Earl of Bessborough; George William Frederick Howard, Earl of Carlisle; Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice

Background imageHenry John Collection: Extraordinary Meeting of Leaders of Opposition. 1835. Creator: John Doyle

Extraordinary Meeting of Leaders of Opposition. 1835. Creator: John Doyle
Extraordinary Meeting of Leaders of Opposition. 1835. Satire depicting British politicians as animals. The sheep (or lamb) may be William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, who served as Home Secretary

Background imageHenry John Collection: H. M. B. Waterwitch, 10 Guns. c1830s. Artist: Henry John Vernon

H. M. B. Waterwitch, 10 Guns. c1830s. Artist: Henry John Vernon
H.M.B.Waterwitch, 10 Guns. c1830s. HMS Waterwitch was fitted out as a 10-gun brig, supposedly involved in combatting the Slave Trade from Sierra Leone

Background imageHenry John Collection: The New Years Gift, 1858

The New Years Gift, 1858. This cartoon shows Sir Colin Campbell presenting the leashed tiger of India to Palmerston who, rather in the manner of a lion tamer, shelters nervously behind a chair

Background imageHenry John Collection: Burns Grace, late 19th century. Artist: Henry John Dobson

Burns Grace, late 19th century. Artist: Henry John Dobson
Burns Grace, late 19th century. Grace thought by some to have been written by Robert Burns (1759-1796), but which was possibly already in use before his time: Some hae meat and canna eat

Background imageHenry John Collection: Lawsons Bicyclette, 1939

Lawsons Bicyclette, 1939. From Cycling 1839-1939. [John Player & Sons, London, 1939]

Background imageHenry John Collection: Admiral Rous, 1911

Admiral Rous, 1911. Admiral The Honourable Henry John Rous (23 January 1795 - 19 June 1877) was an officer of the British Royal Navy, who served during the Napoleonic Wars

Background imageHenry John Collection: Right Honourable Viscount Palmerston, K. G. 1859. Artist: Thomas William Hunt

Right Honourable Viscount Palmerston, K. G. 1859. Artist: Thomas William Hunt
Right Honourable Viscount Palmerston, K.G, 1859. British Politician, served twice as Prime Minister, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Background imageHenry John Collection: L Enclos De Notre Dame, St. Omer, 19th century. Artist: Henry John Boddington

L Enclos De Notre Dame, St. Omer, 19th century. Artist: Henry John Boddington
L Enclos De Notre Dame, St. Omer, 19th century. From The Studio Volume 43. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1908]

Background imageHenry John Collection: Henry John Temple (1784-1865), 3rd Viscount Palmerston, British stateman, 1857. Artist: DJ Pound

Henry John Temple (1784-1865), 3rd Viscount Palmerston, British stateman, 1857. Artist: DJ Pound
Henry John Temple (1784-1865), 3rd Viscount Palmerston, British stateman, 1857. Temple served twice as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century

Background imageHenry John Collection: Lord Palmerston, c1860

Lord Palmerston, c1860. Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, (1784-1865) served twice as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Background imageHenry John Collection: Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, 19th century British statesman, (1900)

Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, 19th century British statesman, (1900). Lord Palmerston (1784-1865) served twice as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the mid 19th century

Background imageHenry John Collection: Cambridge House, Piccadilly, London, 1854, (c1888)

Cambridge House, Piccadilly, London, 1854, (c1888). Cambridge House was the home of Lord Palmerston, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Background imageHenry John Collection: Lord Palmerston, (1784-1865), 19th century

Lord Palmerston, (1784-1865), 19th century. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (1784-1865) served twice as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century

Background imageHenry John Collection: Letter from Henry John Temple to RB Hoppner, 18th June 1832. Artist: Lord Palmerston

Letter from Henry John Temple to RB Hoppner, 18th June 1832. Artist: Lord Palmerston
Letter from Henry John Temple to RB Hoppner, 18th June 1832. Letter written from the Foreign Office by Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to RB Hoppner

Background imageHenry John Collection: Lord Palmerston, British prime minister, 19th century. Artist: W Holl

Lord Palmerston, British prime minister, 19th century. Artist: W Holl
Lord Palmerston, British prime minister, 19th century. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, (1784-1865), twice Prime Minister

Background imageHenry John Collection: Oxford in the Future, or the New Freshman, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel

Oxford in the Future, or the New Freshman, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel
Oxford in the Future, or the New Freshman, 1865. The Navvy says Gallon O Audit Ale, Guv nor, Please. Is got I Blunt to Pay Vor n The Liberal MP, Lord Palmerston

Background imageHenry John 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 imageHenry John Collection: Out of The Race, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel

Out of The Race, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
Out of The Race, 1864. Gladstone says: Permit me to explain - Democracy - Palmerston replies: Oh, bother your explanations! You ve blown your horse, and you re out of The Race

Background imageHenry John Collection: John In A Mess, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel

John In A Mess, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
John In A Mess, 1864. Britannia says: Put Down That Pen Directly, You Troublesome Boy. A Nice Mess You Have Got Yourself Into

Background imageHenry John Collection: Putting a Good Face On It, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel

Putting a Good Face On It, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel
Putting a Good Face On It, 1863. Palmerston, (The Plasterer), says: Lor Bless You! A Little Bit O Stucco Will Make It Perfect

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Derby 1863 - Portrait of The Winner, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel

The Derby 1863 - Portrait of The Winner, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel
The Derby 1863 - Portrait of The Winner, 1863. A topical cartoon from Punch. Palmerston, trainer of the British people, welcomes home the Derby winner

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Dowry, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel

The Dowry, 1863. Artist: John Tenniel
The Dowry, 1863. Mr. Bull. There, Pam! Theres The Trifle Of Money For The Marriage. Ah! How Much Better Than Some United States, Eh

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Present and The Future, 1862. Artist: John Tenniel

The Present and The Future, 1862. Artist: John Tenniel
The Present and The Future, 1862. John Bull comments: I ll Do My Best to Help You Over The Christmas - You Must Then Look to My Friend Yonder

Background imageHenry John Collection: A Dead Calm, 1862

A Dead Calm, 1862. Palmerston steers the ship of government at a time of dead calm. As he whistles for a wind, Earl Russell (at the front right) says he would be better employed spinning a yarn

Background imageHenry John Collection: The O Mannikin, 1862

The O Mannikin, 1862. Policeman Pam comments Don t let Him Put you Out - I ll Quiet him Presently In the background, Policeman Palmerston tells Sir Robert Peel not to worry

Background imageHenry John 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 imageHenry John Collection: Corn versus Chaff, 1860

Corn versus Chaff, 1860. John Bull represents the agricultural worker in the heat of the day working to gather the harvest so that the people may be fed through the coming winter

Background imageHenry John Collection: Packing up for the Holidays, 1860

Packing up for the Holidays, 1860. Palmerston is packing away all the bills left over from the recently finished session. The Reform Bill had been left on the back-burner along with other proposed

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Political Situation, 1860

The Political Situation, 1860. This cartoon shows all the various gamekeepers employed on the estates of the Members of Parliament in 1860. Even as late as 23rd August, Parliament was still sitting

Background imageHenry John Collection: An Up-hill Job, 1860

An Up-hill Job, 1860. Mr Policeman Punch says, (compassionately), : Now, Little un, do you Think you ll be able to Shove that Perambulator Up them Steps

Background imageHenry John Collection: The New Russell Six-Pounder, 1860

The New Russell Six-Pounder, 1860. At the beginning of March 1860, Lord John Russell, Foreign Secretary in Palmerstons Cabinet, introduced a Government proposal for parliamentary reform

Background imageHenry John Collection: A Derby Obstruction, 1861

A Derby Obstruction, 1861. Disraeli is endeavouring to obstruct the passage of the phaeton being driven by Lord Palmerston, with Gladstone beside him and Lord Russell in the rear seat

Background imageHenry John Collection: Orestes pursued by the Furies, 1858

Orestes pursued by the Furies, 1858. Lord Palmerston, Leader of the Opposition, is pursued by the Furies. These are John Bright holding the cat o nine tails, Disraeli

Background imageHenry John 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 imageHenry John Collection: The Indian Juggle, 1858

The Indian Juggle, 1858
The Indian Juggle. 1858. (As performed at the Theatre Royal, Westminster.) An Indian elephant juggles Palmerston (top left) and Disraeli (top right)

Background imageHenry John Collection: The Good Little Robins burying the Bills in the Wood, 1858

The Good Little Robins burying the Bills in the Wood, 1858. There had been much infighting in Parliament on the relative merits of the two India Bills introduced by first Palmerston

Background imageHenry John Collection: Every One Thinks their own Crow the Fairest, 1858

Every One Thinks their own Crow the Fairest, 1858. Disraeli on the left, and former Prime Minister Palmerston, are both dressed in mob caps and gowns in the best tradition of nursemaids

Background imageHenry John Collection: Palmerston selling off, 1858

Palmerston selling off, 1858. Palmerston, out of office following the failed Conspiracy to Murder Bill, is selling all his old working clothes to Disraeli



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