“Securing” the Suffrage
Arthur Boyd Houghton (1836-1875), artist
Fun 5 (30 March 1867): 29.
Disraeli, here depicted as as swindling huckster of the sort that pitched patent medicines, works hard to sell the Reform Bill while Gladstone tries to warn a buyer. — George P. Landow
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