The ‘Irrepressible’ Lodger

The ‘Irrepressible’ Lodger

John Tenniel


Wood engraving

Punch (6 April 1867)

Mts. Dizzy (the Charwoman): “Well, all I can say is — after the month of April I dessay we may be able to accommodate the of yer.”

Signed with monogram lower left.

Disraeli tells some new voters that once the Reform Act of 1867 takes effect, lodgers as well as property owners will be able to reside in the “New Reform House” — that is, they will have the vote. — George P. Landow

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