The Westminster Wizard; or, the Downy One of Downing Street
John Tenniel, artist
Punch (5 July 1884)
“Ladies and Gentlemen, while our Egyptian mystery is maturing, we will turn our attention to — a — something else!”
Mr. Punch comments here mocks Gladstone by presenting him as a card sharp trickster — satiric imagery more usually associated with his great rival, Gladstone.
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