After the Victory

After the Victory

Dalziel, artist & engraver

Fun 5 (7 September 1867): 271.

Disraeli, dressed as a pirate, sits on a barrel upon which appear the words “Gun Powder,” “House Suffrage,” and “Reform Bill” while the lit fuse of “General Election” burns right against the barrel. Bright,smoking a cigar, sits to Dizzy’s left, and a dejected Gladstone, who seems to have his hands tied, sits behind.

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