Reynolds, William Hunter, 1822-1899 :The representation bill. (Something after 'Iolanthe' with apologies to Messrs Gilbert & Sullivan). [Printed by the Evening Post; drawn by] W H R [Wellington] 1887
Reference Number: B-034-017
Caricature of Premier Sir Robert Stout, dressed as the Lord High Chancellor from Gilbert & Sullivan's 'Iolanthe' and singing a reworded version of the patter-song 'When I went to the Bar as a very young man, Said I to myself, said I'. The words are below the image and signed H. B. B. They refer to the introduction of the Representation Bill and Stout's reluctance to see it passed into law
Reynolds, William Hunter, 1822-1899 :The representation bill. (Something after 'Iolanthe' with apologies to Messrs Gilbert & Sullivan). [Printed by the Evening Post; drawn by] W H R [Wellington] 1887, Reference Number B-034-017 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Lithograph, 450 x 300 mm. Single art work
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