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Lord John Russell, 1861. Creator: John Jabez Edwin Mayall
Lord John Russell, 1861. Creator: John Jabez Edwin Mayall
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Lord John Russell, British Whig and Liberal statesman, 1875
Lord John Russell, British Whig and Liberal statesman, 1875
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John Russell (1792-1878), 1st Earl Russell, English politician, 1857.Artist: DJ Pound
John Russell (1792-1878), 1st Earl Russell, English politician, 1857.Artist: DJ Pound
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Lord John Russell (1792-1878) introducing the Reform Act of 1832 (c1895)
Lord John Russell (1792-1878) introducing the Reform Act of 1832 (c1895)
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Lord John Russell, English Whig and Liberal politician, 1850, (1888)
Lord John Russell, English Whig and Liberal politician, 1850, (1888)
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Lord John Russell, (1792-1878), 19th century
Lord John Russell, (1792-1878), 19th century
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John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, English Whig and Liberal politician, c1890.Artist: Cassell, Petter & Galpin
John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, English Whig and Liberal politician, c1890.Artist: Cassell, Petter & Galpin
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Letter from John Russell to Edward Maltby, Bishop of Durham, 4th November 1850.Artist: Lord John Russell
Letter from John Russell to Edward Maltby, Bishop of Durham, 4th November 1850.Artist: Lord John Russell
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Earl Russell, 19th century. Artist: William Holl
Earl Russell, 19th century. Artist: William Holl
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The Right Honourable John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, British Liberal statesman, c1880. Artist: DJ Pound
The Right Honourable John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, British Liberal statesman, c1880. Artist: DJ Pound
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John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, British Whig and Liberal politician, c1878
John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, British Whig and Liberal politician, c1878
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Rest, and be Very Thankful, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
Rest, and be Very Thankful, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
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Rest, and be Very Thankful, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel Featured Image

Rest, and be Very Thankful, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel

Rest, and be Very Thankful, 1866. An old and weary Lord Russell is being told by Britannia that he should now rest. This cartoon relates to the eight night debate on the second reading of the Franchise Bill. One Liberal MP, Robert Lowe, was very opposed to the reduction of the franchise, saying it would put too much power in the hands of the lower classes. Lowe worked very hard to rally a band of Liberals to oppose the government's proposal. Government majorities dwindled and, on this night in late April, the House returned from the Lobbies to find that the government had won the day by only five votes. From Punch, or the London Charivari, May 5, 1866

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Pudding before Meat, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
Pudding before Meat, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
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Going Down to the House, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
Going Down to the House, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
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The Officious Passenger, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
The Officious Passenger, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel
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The New Foreign Secretary, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel
The New Foreign Secretary, 1865. Artist: John Tenniel
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The Beadle and The Dane, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
The Beadle and The Dane, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
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Papers! Papers! Papers!, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
Papers! Papers! Papers!, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
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John In A Mess, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
John In A Mess, 1864. Artist: John Tenniel
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The Parliamentary Python, 1862
The Parliamentary Python, 1862
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An Up-hill Job, 1860
An Up-hill Job, 1860
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The New Russell Six-Pounder, 1860
The New Russell Six-Pounder, 1860
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The Good Little Robins burying the Bills in the Wood, 1858
The Good Little Robins burying the Bills in the Wood, 1858
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The Supporters of the Working Man, 1859
The Supporters of the Working Man, 1859
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Pudding before Meat, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel Featured Image

Pudding before Meat, 1866. Artist: John Tenniel

Pudding before Meat, 1866. Earl Gr-v-n-r exclaims Why, John! Beef before Pudding! Dizzy adds Ha! Ha! What an Absurd Idea! Lord Russell lifts the lid on the meat dish, with butler Gladstone at the rear bringing in the covered dish of redistribution. The Conservative, Disraeli, who had long been a supporter of parliamentary reform, is seated at the right of the picture. Lord Russell, the Liberal Prime Minister, had recently introduced a bill for parliamentary reform. However, he was met with opposition from his own party, chiefly in the form of attacks by Mr Robert Lowe who objected strongly to placing more power in the hands of the lower classes. Further Liberal objections concerned the separation of Franchise and Redistribution'. Earl Grosvenor (on the left) felt that before the reduction of the franchise could be meaningfully debated, the House should have details of the scheme for the redistribution of seats. In debates on this bill, however, Disraeli spoke very powerfully against the government and, when it became clear that the government could not win this battle, the Russell administration resigned. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 31, 1866

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The Last Pantomime of the Season, 1859
The Last Pantomime of the Season, 1859
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