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Lord Robert Cecil Collection

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Lord Salisbury and Li Hung Chang, 1901. Creator: Unknown

Lord Salisbury and Li Hung Chang, 1901. Creator: Unknown
Lord Salisbury and Li Hung Chang, 1901. From " The Harmsworth Magazine, Volume VI. February 1901-July 1901", by [Harmsworth Bros, Limited, London, 1901]

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: The Wind and the Sun, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Wind and the Sun, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Wind and the Sun, 1886. Irish Discontent in the sunlight of the Liberal Prime Minister, Gladstone. On the other side, the wind comes from the Conservative Leader in the House of Lords

Background imageLord Robert Cecil 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 imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Secret Meeting of the Conservative Party, 1888

Secret Meeting of the Conservative Party, 1888. Dressed in cloak and dagger style, the Conservative Party, under the leadership of Lord Salisbury in the centre, meets to discuss policy issues

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Such Good Boys!, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain

Such Good Boys!, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain
Such Good Boys!, 1888. Master Gladstone, the Liberal Leader of the Opposition, and the Conservative Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury, promise to be good boys as Mr Speaker reaches for his birch

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: The Return of the Wanderer, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Return of the Wanderer, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Return of the Wanderer, 1888. Little Lord Randolph Churchill returns in a furtive manner, watched by a couple of astute journalists

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: The Great-Little Random, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Great-Little Random, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Great-Little Random, 1887. Little Lord Randolph Churchill is seen storming off in a huff, refusing to obey the Ringmasters instructions

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Dressing the Window, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Dressing the Window, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Dressing the Window, 1886. The new Conservative Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury, decides upon the new shop window. He is being shown a bolt of Irish Policy by his young Chancellor of the Exchequer

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Youth on the Prow and Pleasure at the Helm!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Youth on the Prow and Pleasure at the Helm!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Youth on the Prow and Pleasure at the Helm!, 1886. Lord Randolph Churchill, the new Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer, has found himself doing most of the work on the parliamentary ship

Background imageLord Robert Cecil 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 imageLord Robert Cecil 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 imageLord Robert Cecil 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 imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: How Shall We Three Meet Again?, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

How Shall We Three Meet Again?, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
How Shall We Three Meet Again?, 1885. Sir Michael Hicks Beach, Lord Salisbury, and William Gladstone are represented in this cartoon

Background imageLord Robert Cecil 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 imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: The New Captain, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

The New Captain, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
Mr John Bull, the representative of the British people, is on a boat being sailed by the new Conservative Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Fresh Paint!, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

Fresh Paint!, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
Fresh Paint!, 1885. This cartoon depicts Britannia, holding the olive branch of peace, being touched-up by the new Conservative Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Bill The Giant-killer, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain

Bill The Giant-killer, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain
Bill The Giant-killer, 1884. Lord Salisbury, the Conservative Leader in the House of Lords, peers over the battlements at the Franchise Bill which, dressed as a herald, noisily demands entry

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: We Three!, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain

We Three!, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain
We Three, 1884. The Clown is Lord Randolph Churchill, the leader of a Conservative group known as the Fourth Party. He is sitting in between two Conservative grandees, the Leader in the Upper House

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: Follow My Leader!, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain

Follow My Leader!, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain
Follow My Leader!, 1884. The Conservative Leader in the Upper House, Lord Salisbury, leads this flock of sheep over the hurdle

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: The Challenge, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Challenge, 1884. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Challenge, 1884. The Conservative Leader in the Upper House, Lord Salisbury, is the sentry on guard against unwanted visitors in the Lords

Background imageLord Robert Cecil Collection: The Hampton Hydra, 1873. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Hampton Hydra, 1873. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Hampton Hydra, 1873. Lord Salisbury faces up to the Hampton Hydra. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 8, 1873


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