[Hutchison, William] 1820-1905 :[No. 13]. The rivals. - The knight and the squire. Zealandia. - How UN-happy should I be with either. The "Wellington Advertiser" supplement [3 December 1881].
Reference Number: A-095-011
Cartoon showing Sir George Grey and Sir John Hall, as rivals for the hand of Zealandia. Grey at the left is holding a paper about local government and [the] rights [of the] people. John Hall is grasping Zealandia's hand and there is a paper at the ground between them, concerning "New loan; no more stonewalling; Peace with honour".
1 image, categorised under Caricatures, Lithographs and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Hon Sir John Hall, Sir George Grey, William Hutchison, Zealandia (Symbolic figure), Wellington Advertiser, Prime ministers, Courtship and New Zealand. Parliament - Elections, 1881.
[Hutchison, William] 1820-1905 :[No. 13]. The rivals. - The knight and the squire. Zealandia. - How UN-happy should I be with either. The "Wellington Advertiser" supplement [3 December 1881]., Reference Number A-095-011 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Lithograph, 303 x 195 mm.. Single art work
Historical Notes: The general election took place on 9 December 1881.
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