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Viscount Palmerston Collection

Background imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston Collection: 'Statesmen's Corner', North Transept, Westminster Abbey, 1865. Creator: Unknown

"Statesmen's Corner", North Transept, Westminster Abbey, 1865. Creator: Unknown
"Statesmen's Corner", North Transept, Westminster Abbey, [London], 1865. The more ancient monuments of the larger size

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Romsey Abbey Church, Hampshire, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Romsey Abbey Church, Hampshire, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Romsey Abbey Church, Hampshire, 1865. The Abbey Church...is one of the most interesting monuments of Norman ecclesiastical architecture belonging to the conventual class of buildings which remain in

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Interior of Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Interior of Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Interior of Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. The Abbey Church...is one of the most interesting monuments of Norman ecclesiastical architecture belonging to the conventual class of buildings which remain in

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Lord Palmerston's study at Broadlands, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Lord Palmerston's study at Broadlands, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Lord Palmerston's study at Broadlands, 1865. Interior of the home of British politician Henry Temple, 2nd Viscount Palmerston, at Romsey in Hampshire

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: arrival of the hearse at Cambridge House, Piccadilly, 1865

The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: arrival of the hearse at Cambridge House, Piccadilly, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: arrival of the hearse at Cambridge House, Piccadilly, 1865. In the evening, ...the body was here received by the nearest surviving kinsman of Lord Palmerston

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the hearse leaving Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts. 1865

The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the hearse leaving Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts. 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the hearse leaving Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts. 1865. the setting forth of the hearse from Brocket Hall about ten o'clock in the morning...the change of his

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the new cemetery at Romsey...interment of Lord Palmerston, 1865

The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the new cemetery at Romsey...interment of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the new cemetery at Romsey, with the vault opened for the interment of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Mr

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: arrival of the hearse at the West Door of Westminster Abbey, 1865

The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: arrival of the hearse at the West Door of Westminster Abbey, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: arrival of the hearse at the West Door of Westminster Abbey, 1865. The funeral procession...slowly entered the Broad Sanctuary and set down the appointed personages

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the procession passing Charing-Cross, 1865. Creator: C. R

The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the procession passing Charing-Cross, 1865. Creator: C. R
The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the procession passing Charing-Cross, [London], 1865. Our Illustration shows the aspect of the procession at Charing-cross as it turned to go down Whitehall

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Tiverton, Devonshire, for which Lord Palmerston sat in the House of Commons, 1865. Creator: R. C

Tiverton, Devonshire, for which Lord Palmerston sat in the House of Commons, 1865. Creator: R. C. Hulme
Tiverton, Devonshire, for which Lord Palmerston sat in the House of Commons, 1865. The borough town of Tiverton...is pleasantly situated on the river Exe

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.D. First Lord of the Treasury, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.D. First Lord of the Treasury, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.D. First Lord of the Treasury, 1865. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (1784-1865), known as Lord Palmerston

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the clergy receiving the body at...Westminster Abbey, 1865

The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the clergy receiving the body at...Westminster Abbey, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Funeral of Lord Palmerston: the clergy receiving the body at the West Door of Westminster Abbey, 1865. The central part of the floor of the nave was kept clear

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Cambridge House, Piccadilly, the town residence of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Cambridge House, Piccadilly, the town residence of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Cambridge House, Piccadilly, the town residence of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Cambridge House, or rather, as Lord Palmerston, in dating his letters, preferred to style his town residence, 94, Piccadilly

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Broadlands, near Romsey, Hants, the country seat and birthplace of Lord Palmerston, 1865

Broadlands, near Romsey, Hants, the country seat and birthplace of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Broadlands, near Romsey, Hants, the country seat and birthplace of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Here, at Broadlands, Oct. 20, 1784, the late Prime Minister, Henry John Temple

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts, where Lord Palmerston died, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts, where Lord Palmerston died, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts, where Lord Palmerston died, 1865. Brocket Hall...was built about the middle of the last century for Sir Matthew Lamb, father of the first Viscount Melbourne

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Lord Palmerston making the ministerial statement on Dano-German Affairs... 1864

Lord Palmerston making the ministerial statement on Dano-German Affairs... 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson
Lord Palmerston making the ministerial statement on Dano-German Affairs in the House of Commons on Monday, 1864. Every seat in the body of the house, and the very steps in each gangway

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Lord Palmerston inaugurating the statue of the late Sir G. C. Lewis at Hereford, 1864

Lord Palmerston inaugurating the statue of the late Sir G. C. Lewis at Hereford, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Lord Palmerston inaugurating the statue of the late Sir G. C. Lewis at Hereford, 1864. The British prime minister unveils a statue by Carlo Marochetti. The figure is cast in bronze, and is 7 ft

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Il Aboie! Mais il ne mord pas!, 1864. Creator: Cham

Il Aboie! Mais il ne mord pas!, 1864. Creator: Cham
Il Aboie! Mais il ne mord pas!, 1864. Series: Actualites; Periodical: Le Charivari, Friday, 25 March 1864. He barks! but he doesn't bite!

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Banquet to Her Majesty's Ministers at the Mansion House, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Banquet to Her Majesty's Ministers at the Mansion House, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Banquet to Her Majesty's Ministers at the Mansion House, 1857....the Lord Mayor entertained [future British prime minister] Lord Palmerston in the Egyptian Hall...The company included his

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Speech Day at Harrow School - Visit of Prince Albert and the Prince of Wales, 1854

The Speech Day at Harrow School - Visit of Prince Albert and the Prince of Wales, 1854. Creator: Unknown
The Speech Day at Harrow School - Visit of Prince Albert and the Prince of Wales, 1854. Prize-giving at the private school of Harrow in London

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Grand Banquet to Viscount Palmerston by the Reform Club, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Grand Banquet to Viscount Palmerston by the Reform Club, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Grand Banquet to Viscount Palmerston by the Reform Club, [London], 1850. Dinner in honour of the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Viscountess Palmerston's Assembly - The Saloon, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Viscountess Palmerston's Assembly - The Saloon, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Viscountess Palmerston's Assembly - The Saloon, 1850. London gathering hosted by the wife of Lord Palmerston, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The Right Hon. Lord Viscount Palmerston, G.C.B. - from the picture by John Partridge, 1850

The Right Hon. Lord Viscount Palmerston, G.C.B. - from the picture by John Partridge, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Right Hon. Lord Viscount Palmerston, G.C.B. - from the picture by John Partridge, 1850. Our likeness is from the beautiful Portrait by Partridge, presented to Lady Palmerston, on Saturday

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Royal Academy Exhibition - 'The Infant Academy', Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Royal Academy Exhibition - "The Infant Academy", Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Royal Academy Exhibition - "The Infant Academy", Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1850. London exhibition of painting. Sir Joshua Reynolds, the first President of the Royal Academy

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Opening of the Hartley Institution at Southampton by Lord Palmerston... 1862. Creator: Unknown

Opening of the Hartley Institution at Southampton by Lord Palmerston... 1862. Creator: Unknown
Opening of the Hartley Institution at Southampton by Lord Palmerston [the British prime minister]: the theatre - the town clerk reading the address of the corporation to His Lordship, 1862

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: The opening of the Hartley Institution at Southampton by Lord Palmerston... 1862. Creator: Unknown

The opening of the Hartley Institution at Southampton by Lord Palmerston... 1862. Creator: Unknown
The opening of the Hartley Institution at Southampton by Lord Palmerston: arrival of His Lordship at the Institution, 1862

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Presentation of Lord Palmerston's portrait to the inhabitants of Dover... 1862. Creator: Unknown

Presentation of Lord Palmerston's portrait to the inhabitants of Dover... 1862. Creator: Unknown
Presentation of Lord Palmerston's portrait to the inhabitants of Dover - the Premier addressing the town council in the Maison Dieu Hall

Background imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Tablet to the memory of Lord Palmerston's father and mother, in Romsey Abbey Church, 1865

Tablet to the memory of Lord Palmerston's father and mother, in Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Tablet to the memory of Lord Palmerston's father and mother, in Romsey Abbey Church, 1865. The tombs of Lord Palmerston's father and mother, as well as that of Sir William Temple

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Henry John Temple, 1860-69. Creator: Henry Hering

Henry John Temple, 1860-69. Creator: Henry Hering
Henry John Temple, 1860-69. [Portrait of Lord Palmerston, British Prime Minister, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs]. Albumen print

Background imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Seconding a Motion or The Party of the Movement, 1833. Creator: John Doyle

Seconding a Motion or The Party of the Movement, 1833. Creator: John Doyle
Seconding a Motion or The Party of the Movement. 1833. John William Ponsonby, 4th Earl of Bessborough; Charles Manners Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury; Edward Smith Stanley

Background imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Receiving the Fatal News!, 1834. Creator: John Doyle

Receiving the Fatal News!, 1834. Creator: John Doyle
Receiving the Fatal News!, 1834. George Eden, Earl of Auckland; John William Ponsonby, 4th Earl of Bessborough; Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux; John Hobhouse

Background imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston Collection: Lord Palmerston, c1860

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

Background imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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 imageViscount Palmerston 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



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