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Lord Chancellor Collection

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Cardinal Wolsey, c1500s, (1890). Creator: Unknown

Cardinal Wolsey, c1500s, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Cardinal Wolsey, c1500s, (1890). Cardinal Thomas Wolsey (1473-1530), Archbishop of York and Lord Chancellor of England, bishop

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Pathfinders - Sir Francis Bacon, after 1731, (1922). Creator: Unknown

Pathfinders - Sir Francis Bacon, after 1731, (1922). Creator: Unknown
Pathfinders - Sir Francis Bacon, after 1731, (1922). Portrait of English philosopher, scientist and statesman Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans. Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Sir Thomas More, 1527, (1902). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Sir Thomas More, 1527, (1902). Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger
Sir Thomas More, 1527, (1902). Portrait of More (1478-1535) as Henry VIIIs Lord Chancellor. More refused to subscribe to the Act of Supremacy which made Henry the head of the English Church

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The late Lord Brougham, 1868. Creator: Unknown

The late Lord Brougham, 1868. Creator: Unknown
The late Lord Brougham, 1868. Engraving from a photograph by Messrs. Downey. 'Henry Brougham...got a seat in the House of Commons...in 1810;

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Lord Justice Sir William Page Wood, 1868. Creator: Unknown

Lord Justice Sir William Page Wood, 1868. Creator: Unknown
Lord Justice Sir William Page Wood, 1868. Engraving from a photograph by John Watkins. 'Sir William Page Wood...was called to the Bar in 1827 by the Hon. Society of Lincoln's Inn

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Lord Loeeburn, Lord High Chancellor in 1908, portrait bust, 1912. Creator: Bain News Service

Lord Loeeburn, Lord High Chancellor in 1908, portrait bust, 1912. Creator: Bain News Service
Lord Loeeburn, Lord High Chancellor in 1908, portrait bust, 1912

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: R.B. Haldane, War Sed'y in 1908, portrait bust, 1912. Creator: Bain News Service

R.B. Haldane, War Sed'y in 1908, portrait bust, 1912. Creator: Bain News Service
R.B. Haldane, War Sed'y in 1908, portrait bust, 1912

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Social Science Congress at New York: Lord Brougham...delivering his address…, 1864

The Social Science Congress at New York: Lord Brougham...delivering his address…, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson
The Social Science Congress at New York: Lord Brougham, the president, delivering his address in the Festival Concert-room, 1864

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Scene from 'King John', at the Princess Theatre, 1858. Creator: Smyth

Scene from "King John", at the Princess Theatre, 1858. Creator: Smyth
Scene from "King John", at the Princess Theatre, 1858. London stage production. We this week present an Illustration of the great scene in the tragedy of "King John" between

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Right Hon. Lord Brougham - from a photograph by Claudet, 1858. Creator: Unknown

The Right Hon. Lord Brougham - from a photograph by Claudet, 1858. Creator: Unknown
The Right Hon. Lord Brougham - from a photograph by Claudet, 1858....after a long absence from what may be called out-of-door public life

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, 1622-1686, Maria Eufrosyne of Pfalz-Zweibrücken, 1625-1687, 1653

Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, 1622-1686, Maria Eufrosyne of Pfalz-Zweibrücken, 1625-1687, 1653
Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, 1622-1686, Maria Eufrosyne of Pfalz-Zweibrucken, 1625-1687, 1653

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie, 1622-1686, 17th century. Creator: Henrik Münnichhofen

Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie, 1622-1686, 17th century. Creator: Henrik Münnichhofen
Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie, 1622-1686, 17th century

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, 1622-1686, 17th century. Creator: Richard Sylvius

Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, 1622-1686, 17th century. Creator: Richard Sylvius
Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, 1622-1686, 17th century

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie (1622-86), Lord Chancellor, count. Creator: Alexander Cooper

Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie (1622-86), Lord Chancellor, count. Creator: Alexander Cooper
Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie (1622-86), Lord Chancellor, count, Unknown date

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Inauguration of the Statue of Sir Isaac Newton at Grantham, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Inauguration of the Statue of Sir Isaac Newton at Grantham, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Inauguration of the Statue of Sir Isaac Newton at Grantham, 1858. The statue of the great mathematician and astronomer, from the hand of W

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Axel Oxenstierna af Södemöre, Count, Chancellor, 1635. Creator: Workshop of Michiel Jansz

Axel Oxenstierna af Södemöre, Count, Chancellor, 1635. Creator: Workshop of Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt
Axel Oxenstierna af Sodemore (1583-1654), Count, Chancellor, 1635

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Lord High Chancellor of England, 1937. Creator: Unknown

Lord High Chancellor of England, 1937. Creator: Unknown
Lord High Chancellor of England, 1937. From "The Coronation of H.M. King George VI and H.M. Queen Elizabeth 1937". [John Player & Sons, London, 1937]

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Statue of Lord Somers, by W. C. Marshall, R.A. 1856. Creator: Unknown

Statue of Lord Somers, by W. C. Marshall, R.A. 1856. Creator: Unknown
Statue of Lord Somers, by W. C. Marshall, R.A. 1856. Rebuilding of the Houses of Parliament in London. One of the statues...with which St. Stephen's Hall is being gradually ornamented

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Life Peerages - the Assistant-Keeper of the Records Reading the Peerage Patent at the Bar of

Life Peerages - the Assistant-Keeper of the Records Reading the Peerage Patent at the Bar of the Hou Creator: Unknown
Life Peerages - the Assistant-Keeper of the Records Reading the Peerage Patent at the Bar of the House of Lords, 1856. The patent of the Earl of Huntingdon was almost illegible from age

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, November 7, 1891, 1891. Creator: Unknown

The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, November 7, 1891, 1891. Creator: Unknown
The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, November 7, 1891, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Michael Boyle, Archbishop of Armagh; Obit 1702, 1813. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Michael Boyle, Archbishop of Armagh; Obit 1702, 1813. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Michael Boyle, Archbishop of Armagh; Obit 1702, 1813. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end of

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: John Hay, Earl of Tweeddale [proof], c. 1710. Creator: John Smith

John Hay, Earl of Tweeddale [proof], c. 1710. Creator: John Smith
John Hay, Earl of Tweeddale [proof], c. 1710

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: 'Trial of the Pyx', at the Office of the Comptroller-General of the Exchequer, Whitehall, 1854

"Trial of the Pyx", at the Office of the Comptroller-General of the Exchequer, Whitehall, 1854. The trial takes place in the principal apartment of the Exchequer-office

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Right Hon. Lord Truro, Lord High Chancellor, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Right Hon. Lord Truro, Lord High Chancellor, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Right Hon. Lord Truro, Lord High Chancellor, 1850. On Wednesday morning, the occasion of Sir Thomas Wilde, now Lord Truro, taking the oaths and his seat as Lord Chancellor

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Lord Chancellor receiving the Judges in the Middle Temple, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Lord Chancellor receiving the Judges in the Middle Temple, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Lord Chancellor receiving the Judges in the Middle Temple, [London], 1862. The Lord Chancellor's levee. On Monday week the Courts of Law met after the long vacation

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Opening of Parliament by Royal Commission, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The Opening of Parliament by Royal Commission, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Opening of Parliament by Royal Commission, 1862. Our Illustration represents the House of Lords as it appeared on the 6th February during the ceremony of delivering her Majesty's Speech...the

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). Creator: Unknown
The cabinet of Ramsay MacDonald, 1931, (1935). British politicians in the newly formed National Government which contained members of the Conservative Party, Liberals

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Lord Brougham of England, ca. 1860-1865. Creator: Unknown

Lord Brougham of England, ca. 1860-1865. Creator: Unknown
Lord Brougham of England, ca. 1860-1865

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Pitt Fall, January 1789. Creator: Frederick George Byron

The Pitt Fall, January 1789. Creator: Frederick George Byron
The Pitt Fall, January 1789. Formerly attributed to Thomas Rowlandson

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Edward, Lord Thurlow, 1782. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi

Edward, Lord Thurlow, 1782. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
Edward, Lord Thurlow, 1782

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Alexander, Lord Loughborough, 1800. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi

Alexander, Lord Loughborough, 1800. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
Alexander, Lord Loughborough, 1800

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Portrait of Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, 1750-64. Creator: Allan Ramsay

Portrait of Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, 1750-64. Creator: Allan Ramsay
Portrait of Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, 1750-64

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: To Be Sold With All His Engagements-The Famous Race Horse Woolsack, June 29, 1829

To Be Sold With All His Engagements-The Famous Race Horse Woolsack, June 29, 1829

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Royal Society, frontispiece to Thomas Sprat, 'The History of the Royal Society

The Royal Society, frontispiece to Thomas Sprat, "The History of the Royal Society
The Royal Society, frontispiece to Thomas Sprat, " The History of the Royal Society of London.", 1667

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: H(C)annibalism or an Irish Stew, August 5, 1833. Creator: John Doyle

H(C)annibalism or an Irish Stew, August 5, 1833. Creator: John Doyle
H(C)annibalism or an Irish Stew, August 5, 1833

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: House of Lords - the Lord Chancellor pronouncing judgment in the case of the Queen v

House of Lords - the Lord Chancellor pronouncing judgment in the case of the Queen v. O Connell, 1844. Interior of the Palace of Westminster in London

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: [Lord Brougham and his Family, Cannes], 1862. Creator: Charles Negre

[Lord Brougham and his Family, Cannes], 1862. Creator: Charles Negre
[Lord Brougham and his Family, Cannes], 1862

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Q. A. Loaded With The Spoils of India and Britain, 1788. 1788

The Q. A. Loaded With The Spoils of India and Britain, 1788. 1788
The Q.A. Loaded With The Spoils of India and Britain, 1788

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Secret Influence Directing The New P-l-t [Parliament], May 18, 1784. May 18, 1784

Secret Influence Directing The New P-l-t [Parliament], May 18, 1784. May 18, 1784
Secret Influence Directing The New P-l-t [Parliament], May 18, 1784

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, 1825, (1944). Creator: Thomas Lawrence

Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, 1825, (1944). Creator: Thomas Lawrence
Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, 1825, (1944). Portrait of Scottish lawyer and politician Henry Brougham (1778-1868) who defended Queen Caroline at her trial in 1820

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Swing Caught at Last, 1835. Creator: John Doyle

Swing Caught at Last, 1835. Creator: John Doyle
Swing Caught at Last, 1835. Former Lord Chancellor Henry Brougham stands in the dock, as Sir Robert Peel explains his crime of incendiarism to judge King William IV

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: A game of Political Shuttlecock, 1831. Creator: John Doyle

A game of Political Shuttlecock, 1831. Creator: John Doyle
A game of Political Shuttlecock, 1831. Prime Minister Charles Grey: Keep it up B[rougham] _ I d never be able to play the Game without you

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Centaur or the Rape of the Act, Restored from the Antique, 1834. Creator: John Doyle

The Centaur or the Rape of the Act, Restored from the Antique, 1834. Creator: John Doyle
The Centaur or the Rape of the Act, Restored from the Antique, 1834. Lord Chancellor Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux is carrying off a female figure labelled Criminal Courts Bill

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: The Vaux and the Grapes, 1835. Creator: John Doyle

The Vaux and the Grapes, 1835. Creator: John Doyle
The Vaux and the Grapes. 1835. Lord Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux portrayed as a fox. The play on words in the title connects his name with one of Aesops fables

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: A Select Specimen of the BLACK Style, 1833. Creator: John Doyle

A Select Specimen of the BLACK Style, 1833. Creator: John Doyle
A Select Specimen of the BLACK Style, 1833. Original in Bronze may be seen at_. Lord Chancellor Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, as a sculpture

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Fall of the Vaux-Hall Performer, 1834. Creator: John Doyle

Fall of the Vaux-Hall Performer, 1834. Creator: John Doyle
Fall of the Vaux-Hall Performer, 1834. Lord Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux portrayed as a circus tightrope-walker. The play on words in the title connects his name with entertainments at

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: H / Cannibalism, or An Irish Stew, 1833. Creator: John Doyle

H / Cannibalism, or An Irish Stew, 1833. Creator: John Doyle
H/Cannibalism, or An Irish Stew. 1833. Lord Chancellor of Ireland William Conyngham Plunket eats a stew which appears to contain dead bodies. Satirical cartoon on British politics by H.B

Background imageLord Chancellor Collection: Vaux Hunting, or the Newest Version of Tally Ho!, 1834. Creator: John Doyle

Vaux Hunting, or the Newest Version of Tally Ho!, 1834. Creator: John Doyle
Vaux Hunting, or the Newest Version of Tally Ho!, 1834. Sketched at the late meeting of the Durham Press-ton Hounds. A huntsman shouts Tallyho! Tallyho



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