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Title: M. P.'s in Session
       From Mr. Punch's Parliamentary Portrait Gallery

Author: Harry Furniss

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M.P.’s IN SESSION.

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From MR. PUNCH’S PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAIT GALLERY.

By HARRY FURNISS.


Familiar Faces Familiar Faces
mr. punch (cartoonist in chief). “oh, i know all you old models, i want some new ‘character’!”
Frontispiece.

MPs in Session

london:
BRADBURY AGNEW, & CO., 8, 9, 10, BOUVERIE STREET, E.C.
1889.


PRINTED BY “Mr. PUNCH” AT

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THE PRINTING OFFICES OF

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M.P.’s IN SESSION.

from Mr Punchs parliamentary portrait Gallery

 

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NEW MEN AND OLD ATTITUDES.

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THE ROYAL WESTMINSTER ACADEMY.

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(Splendid Collection of Parliamentary Portraits, mostly done by “The Other Fellows.” The Speaking Likenesses speak for themselves and for the Artists.)


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THE ROYAL WESTMINSTER ACADEMY.

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(Splendid Collection of Parliamentary Portraits, mostly done by “The Other Fellows.” The Speaking Likenesses speak for themselves and for the Artists.)


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HENRY CHAPLIN. image chaplin’s opportunity.

“A ready wit and a fluent tongue are valuable auxiliaries. But force of character, consciousness of power, masculine ability in grappling with complicated questions, and that species of eloquence, the effect of which arises rather from earnestness, straightforwardness, and elevation of sentiment, than from sparkling or elaborate rhetoric, give a man a position in the House of Commons which leaves him little in need of such other gifts as we have mentioned.”—Standard, Dec. 30.

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THE ROYAL WESTMINSTER ACADEMY.

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(Splendid Collection of Parliamentary Portraits, mostly done by “The Other Fellows.” The Speaking Likenesses speak for themselves and for the Artists.)


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A DISCORD IN BLACK AND WHITE.

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image “the noes-es have it.”—1882.
image some of the heads of the government.—1882.

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image viscount wolmer said:—“he saw hon. members toss their heads.”
our special artist here gives the effect, showing how some
hon. members lost their heads, and how others became wrong-headed.

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PARLIAMENTARY INDEX.

1882-1888.

[The date attached to each name refers to the No. of “Punch.”]

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page
Abraham, W. (Aug. 20, ’87) 45
Acland, Arthur H. D. (May 5, ’88) 55
Addison, J. E. W. (July 14, ’88) 56
Agnew, William (June 26, ’86) 12
Allsopp, Hon. G. H. (May 12, ’88) 52
Ambrose, William (Apr. 23, ’87) 38
Arch, Joseph (Apr. 3, ’86) 34
Ashmead-Bartlett, E. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(June 30, ’83) 57
(July 28, ’83) 23
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Dec. 13, ’84) 4
(May 30, ’85) 15
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
Atherley-Jones, Ll. A. (July 16, ’87) 41
 
Balfour, Rt. Hon. Arthur J. (Apr. 2, ’87) 4
(Aug. 20, ’87) 53
(Oct. 22, ’87) 49
Balfour, Rt. Hon. J. B. (May 15, ’86) 14
Bartley, G. C. T. (June 25, ’87) 24
Bates, Sir E. (Apr. 9, ’87) 36
Beach, Rt. Hon. Sir M. Hicks- (July 4, ’85) 9
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
Beith, G. (Oct. 30, ’86) 22
Bentinck, Rt. Hon. G. Cavendish- (Aug. 8, ’85) 8
(Mar. 10, ’88) 20
Beresford, Lord Charles (Mar. 26, ’87) 36
Biddulph, Michael (Oct. 2, '’86) 43
Biggar, Joseph G. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(June 30, ’83) 57
(July 28, ’83) 23
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(May 30, ’85) 15
(Feb. 5, ’87) 33
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Sept. 10, ’87) 46
Blaine, A. (Sept. 11, ’86) 24
Bolton, J. C. (Mar. 17, ’88) 47
Bolton, T. H. (Apr. 24, ’86) 14
Borthwick, Sir Algernon (July 9, ’87,) 41
Bourke, Rt. Hon. R. (Aug. 22, ’85) 8
Bradlaugh, Charles (Dec. 5, ’85,) Frontisp.
(June 30, ’83) 57
(July 28, ’83) 7
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Sept. 3, ’87) 3
(Feb. 25, ’88) 51
Brand, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry (July 7, ’83) 19
Bright, Rt. Hon. John (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Mar. 18, ’82) 65
(July 8, ’82) 65
(Aug. 5, ’82) 4
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 28, ’83) 23
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Aug. 15, ’85) 63
(July 3, ’86) 55
Broadhurst, Henry (Nov. 1, ’84) 1
Brooks, Sir W. C. (May 12, ’88) 54
Brown, A. L. (May 15, ’86) 3
Burt, Thomas (Oct. 1, ’87) 34
(Aug. 27, ’87) 52
Byng, Hon. and Rev. F. E. C. (Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Mar. 13, ’86) 2
 
Caine, William S. (Aug. 27, ’87) 48
Callan, Philip (Aug. 8, ’85) 8
Cameron, Dr. C. (Mar. 3, ’88) 52
Campbell-Bannerman, Rt. Hon. H. (July 28, ’83) 23
(June 19, ’86) 59
(May 7, ’87) 42
Campbell, Sir G. (Sept. 25, ’86) 35
Campbell, H. (July 14, ’88) 60
Campbell, Richard F. F. (Apr. 24, ’86) 8
Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. Joseph (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Mar. 18, ’82) 65
(July 8, ’82) 65
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Feb. 13, ’86) 3
(Mar. 20, ’86) 18
(Apr. 10, ’86) 17
(Sept. 18, ’86) 27
(Jan. 22, ’87) 33
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(June 18, ’87) 29
(Aug. 4, ’88) 59
Chamberlain, Richard (Mar. 20, ’86) 18
Chaplin, Rt. Hon. Henry (Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(May 30, ’85) 15
(July 4, ’85) 9
(Apr. 10, ’86) 5
(Jan. 8, ’87) 29
(Apr. 28, ’88) 50
Childers, Rt. Hon. Hugh C. E. (July 8, ’82) 65
(Oct. 4, ’84) 63
(July 23, ’87) 44
Churchill, Lord Randolph (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Mar. 31, ’83) 39
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Oct. 25, ’84) 18
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Apr. 25, ’85) 60
(May 2, ’85) 6
(June 20, ’85) 11
(July 4, ’85) 9
(July 25, ’85) 8
(Aug. 22, ’85) 62
(Feb. 6, ’86) 13
(Feb. 13, ’86) 20
(July 24, ’86) 51
(Sept. 4, ’86) 38
(Sept. 18, ’86) 27
(Feb. 12, ’87) 15, 66
(July 16, ’87) 41
(Mar. 24, ’88) 11
Clarke, Sir E. (July 25, ’85) 5
(July 30, ’87) 43
Coddington, William (July 23, ’87) 46
Conybeare, Charles A. V. (Sept. 25, ’86) 31
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
Cook, Alderman W. (Aug. 7, ’86) 41
Courtney, Leonard H. (Apr. 24, ’86) 15
(Mar. 26, ’87) 2
(Apr. 14, ’88) 58
Cowen, Joseph (July 28, ’83) 23
Cozens-Hardy, H. H. (Apr. 24, ’86) 14
Cremer, W. R. (Feb. 12, ’87) 34
Cross, J. K. (July 28, ’83) 23
Cross, Rt. Hon. Sir Richard A. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Apr. 1, ’82) 11
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(July 4, ’85) 9
(Aug. 1, ’85) 7
(May 15, ’86) 15
Currie, Sir Donald (Mar. 3, ’88) 28
 
Davies, R. (Aug. 7, ’86) 14
Davies, W. (May 7, ’87) 40
De Cobain, E. S. W. (Apr. 21, ’88) 58
De Lisle, E. J. M. P. (Aug. 6, ’87) 17
De Worms, Baron H. (Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(July 4, ’85) 9
(Mar. 5, ’87) 32
(Sept. 24, ’87) 5
Dilke, Sir Charles (July 8, ’82) 65
(July 28, ’83) 23
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
Dillwyn, Lewis L. (May 22, ’86) 16
Disraeli, Rt. Hon. B. (Apr. 29, ’82) 65
Dodds, J. (Apr. 14, ’88) 53
Dodson, Rt. Hon. J. G. (Mar. 18, ’82) 65
(July 8, ’82) 65
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
Douglas, A. Akers- (Sept. 10, ’87) 45
(Sept. 24, ’87) 5
(Aug. 18, ’88) 3
Duckham, T. (Aug. 7, ’86) 25
Duff, Robert W. (May 15, ’86) 16
Duncan, Colonel (Feb. 18, ’88) 6
 
Esslemont, Peter (May 21, ’87) 42
Ewing, A. Orr- (May 22, ’86) 12
 
Farquharson, Dr. J. (May 14, ’87) 42
Fawcett, Prof. Henry (July 8, ’82) 65
Fenwick, C. (Oct. 1, ’87) 34
Field, Admiral (Mar. 24, ’88) 47
Finlay, R. B. (Oct. 8, ’87) 49
Finlayson, J. (June 5, ’86) 39
Fitzgerald, R. U. Penrose (May 28, ’87) 40
Forster, Sir C. (Apr. 1, ’82) 11
(Aug. 11, ’88) 53
Forster, Rt. Hon. W. E. (Mar. 18, ’82) 65
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
Fowler, Sir R. H. (Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
Fraser, General (May 15, ’86) 20
Fuller, G. P. (Feb. 25, ’88) 59
 
Gardner, H. (July 28, ’88) 59
Gent-Davis, R. (Feb. 26, ’87) 37
Gibb, Eccleston (Apr. 24, ’86) 13
Gibson, Rt. Hon. E. (Nov. 1, ’84) 1
Gilhooly, James (May 28, ’87) 10
Gladstone, Rt. Hon. W. E. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Mar. 18, ’82) 65
(Apr. 8, ’82) 9
(July 8, ’82) 65
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Sept. 27, ’84) 63
(Apr. 25, ’85) 60
(May 30, ’85) 15
(June 20, ’85) 4
(Aug. 22, ’85) 62
(May 29, ’86) 21
(Sept. 4, ’86) 38
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Sept. 3, ’87) 4
Gladstone, Herbert J. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
Gorst, Sir J. E. (Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(July 25, ’85) 8
(Feb. 25, ’88) 47
Goschen, Rt. Hon. G. J. (Apr. 10, ’86) 17
(Oct. 30, ’86) 33
(Apr. 30, ’87) 36
Gosset, Ralph A. (July 7, ’83) 19
(July 28, ’83) 7
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
Gosset, Francis R. (Oct. 2. ’86) 2
Graham, R. Cuninghame (July 28, ’88) 58
Granby, Marquis of (Aug. 4, ’88) 56
Gregory, G. B. (Mar. 6, ’86) 22
Grosvenor, Lord Richard (Oct. 11, ’84) 24
 
Haldane, R. B. (Nov. 24, ’88) 56
Hallett, Colonel Hughes (June 12, ’86) 22
Hamilton, Lord Claud (Aug. 18, ’88) 56
(Sept. 22, ’88) 3
Hamilton, Rt. Hon. Lord Geo. (July 5, ’85) 9
Hamley, General Sir E. (Mar. 17, ’88) 50
Harcourt, Rt. Hon. Sir Wm. V. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Mar. 18, ’82) 65
(July 8, ’82) 65
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Nov. 29, ’84) 18
(June 27, ’85) 7
(May 29, ’86) 21
(Jan. 22, ’87) 33
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Oct. 8, ’87) 45
(June 16, ’88) 58
Harris, Matthew (May 21, ’87) 40
Hartington, Marquis of (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(Mar. 18, ’82) 65
(July 8, ’82) 65
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 61
(Feb. 13, ’86) 11
(April 10, ’86) 17
(Sept. 18, ’86) 27
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Sept. 3, ’87) 4
Healy, T. M. (June 30, ’83) 57
(Aug. 6, ’87) 17
Heneage, Rt. Hon. Edward (Mar. 5, ’87) 32
Henry, Mitchell (May 1, ’86) 16
Hibbert, J. T. (Aug. 21, ’86) 12
Hill, Lord Arthur W. (Feb. 19, ’87) 20
Hingley, Benjamin (June 26, ’86) 41
Hogg, Sir James Mcgarel (Feb. 12, ’87) 39
Holden, Isaac (July 9, ’87) 41
Howard, Morgan (Oct. 2, ’86) 43
Howell, George (Mar. 12, ’87) 34
 
Illingworth, A. (June 12, ’86) 12
 
Jacoby, James A. (Sept. 18, ’86) 35
James, Sir Henry (Apr. 10, ’86) 17
Jenkins, D. J. (Aug. 21, ’86) 21
Johnston, W. (Aug. 6, ’87) 46
 
Kennaway, Sir J. H. (July 30, ’87) 46
 
Labouchere, Henry (July 28, ’83) 23
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(May 1, ’86) 25
(May 29, ’86) 21
(June 19, ’86) 59
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
Lacaita, C. C. (Feb. 18, ’88) 51
Lawrence, W. F. (Sept. 22, ’88) 45
Lawson, Sir Wilfr. (July 28, ’83) 23
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Sept. 22, ’88) 48
Leahy, J. (July 23, ’87) 43
Leicester, J. (Apr. 3, ’86) 34
Lennox, Rt. Hon. Lord Henry (Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(June 27, ’85) 7
(July 25, ’85) 5
Lewis, G. Pitt- (Apr. 9, ’87) 37
Lloyd, Wilson (Aug. 21, ’86) 26
Lockwood, Frank (July 21, ’88) 56
Lowther, Rt. Hon. James (July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(July 25, ’85) 5
Lymington, Viscount (May 22, ’86) 22
 
McArthur, A. (June 12, ’86) 25
McCoan, J. C. (July 7, ’83) 19
Macdonald, Rt. Hon. J. H. A. (May 1, ’86) 16
(Aug. 20, ’87) 53
(June 16, ’88) 50
(Aug. 18, ’88) 3
Macfarlane, D. H. (Dec. 18,’86) 6
(June 12, ’86) 22
MʻLagan, P. (Apr. 28, ’88) 59
Maclean, F. W. (July 16, ’87) 41
Maclean, J. M. (Aug. 13, ’87) 50
Mahon, Col. O’Gorman (Sept. 29, ’88) 39
Manners, Rt. Hon. Lord John (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(June 9, ’83) 57
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(July 4, ’85) 9
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Mar. 31, ’88) 40
Mason, Stephen (Apr. 28, ’88) 53
Matthews Rt. Hon. Henry (Sept. 10, ’87) 10
(Nov. 24, ’88) 60
Mayne, Admiral R. C. (Aug. 18, ’88) 62
Montagu, Samuel (Apr. 30, ’87) 38
Morgan, Rt. Hon. G. O. (Mar. 5, ’87) 32
Morley, Rt. H. John (Feb. 13, ’86) 3
Mowbray, Rt. Hon. Sir J. R. (June 23, ’88) 54
Mundella, Rt. Hon. A. J. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(July 8, ’82) 65
(June 9, ’83) 57
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Apr. 24, ’86) 35
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
Muntz, P. A. (May 26, ’88) 52
 
Newdegate, Charles N. (July 28, ’83) 23
Newnes, George (Aug. 6, ’87) 44
Nolan, Colonel (May 14, ’87) 42
Northcote, Rt. Hon. Sir Stafford (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Feb. 7, ’85) 63
(Mar. 25, ’85) 6
Northcote, Hon. Henry S. (Sept. 10, ’87) 39
 
O’Brien, J. F. X. (Apr. 7, ’88) 54
O’Brien, Patrick (Aug. 15, ’85) 29
O’Brien, William (Aug. 21, ’86) 27
(July 7, ’88) 62
O’Connor, John (May 19, ’88) 35
O’Donnell, Frank H. (Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Nov. 15, '84) 13
O’Hea, Patrick (Aug. 21, ’86) 25
O’Kelly, J. J. (June 9, ’83) 49
(June 30, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(June 26, ’86) 31
O’Shea, Captain (Aug. 21, ’86) 25
 
Palmerston, Lord (Apr. 29, ’82) 65
Parker, C. S. (July 30, ’87) 10
Parnell, Chas. S. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(June 30, ’83) 57
(July 7, ’83) 19
(Aug. 4, ’88) 60
Peel, Sir Robert (Apr. 29, ’82) 65
Peel, Sir Robert (3rd Bart.) (July 25, ’85) 5
(Oct. 30, ’86) 31
Peel, Rt. Hon. A. W. (June 9, ’83) 57
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Aug. 27, ’87) 2
Pelly, Sir Lewis (Aug. 11, ’88) 56
Pickersgill, E. H. (Aug. 13, ’87) 34
Picton, J. A. (Mar. 26, ’87) 34
Playfair, Rt. Hon. Sir Lyon (Mar. 12, ’87) 32
Potter, T. B. (Apr. 7, ’88) 54
Pugh, David (Aug. 28, ’86) 25
Pyne, J. D. (Feb. 18, ’88) 51
 
Raikes, Rt. Hon. H. Cecil (Mar. 12, ’87) 32
Ramsay, Lord (May 22, ’86) 47
Redmond, W. H. K. (June 19, ’86) 21
Richard, Henry (June 5, ’86) 26
Rigby, John (June 5, ’86) 26
Ritchie, Rt. Hon. C. T. (July 4, ’85) 9
(Aug. 27, ’87) 43
Roberts, J. (Apr. 16, ’87) 37
Robertson, J. P. B. (May 29, ’86) 10
Robson, W. S. (Aug. 7, ’86) 27
Rogers, J. E. Thorold (Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(Oct. 30, ’86) 33
Russell, Lord John (Apr. 29, ’82) 65
Russell, Sir Charles (Aug. 18, ’83) 64
Russell, Edward (Aug. 13, ’87) 48
Russell, T. W. (Apr. 21, ’88) 59
 
Samuelson, Sir B. (Apr. 16, ’87) 38
Saunderson, Col. E. J. (July 7, ’88) 62
Schwabe, Col. G. Salis- (June 5, ’86) 22
Sexton, Thomas (Apr. 23, ’87) 35
Shaw, Thomas (May 19, ’88) 52
Shuttleworth, Sir U. J. Kay- (Mar. 24, ’88) 10
Simon, Sir J. (May 5, ’88) 55
Small, J. F. (Sept. 10, ’87) 46
Smith, S. (July 2, ’87) 44
Smith, Rt. Hon. W. H. (Dec. 5, ’85) Frontisp.
(June 9, ’83) 57
(July 28, ’83) 23
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(July 4, ’85) 9
(Feb. 6, ’86) 18
(Oct. 23, ’86) 30
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(Apr. 23, ’87) 36
Spencer, Hon. C. R. (Mar. 17, ’83) 48
(Feb. 27, ’86) 16
(May 26, ’88) 52
Spicer, Henry (Aug. 21, ’86) 28
Stansfeld, Rt. Hon. James (Apr. 10, ’86) 21
Strong, Richard (Oct. 30, ’86) 26
Sullivan, T. D. (Apr. 9, ’87) 35
Sykes, Christopher (Apr. 3, ’86) 13
(Apr. 2, ’87) 37
 
Tanner, Dr. (Oct. 2, ’86) 31
Temple, Sir Richard (Feb. 6, ’86) 28
(Apr. 10, ’86) 13
(Feb. 12, ’87) 66
(June 23, ’88) 58
Tottenham, Colonel (May 1, ’86) 14
Trevelyan, Rt. Hon. Sir G. O. (July 8, ’82) 65
(July 28, ’83) 23
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Apr. 10, ’86) 17
(Oct. 30, ’86) 30
(Aug. 13, ’87) 48
 
Vivian, Sir Hussey (Apr. 30, ’87) 25
 
Waddy, S. D. (Oct. 8, ’87) 49
Walrond, Colonel (Sept. 24, ’87) 5
Warton, Charles N. (June 30, ’83) 57
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
Watkin, Sir E. (July 7, ’88) 62
Watson, James (Mar. 10, ’88) 47
Westminster Academy (Royal) (July 7, ’83) 19
(July 14, ’83) 61
(July 28, ’83) 23
Williams, J. Carvell (Aug. 7, ’86) 24
Wilson, H. J. (July 2, ’87) 44
Wilson, Sir Matthew (Aug. 7, ’86) 14
Winterbotham, A. B. (June 25, ’87) 39
Wolff, Sir Henry Drummond (June 9, ’83) 57
(Aug. 18, ’83) 64
(Nov. 1, ’84) 1
(June 20, ’85) 11
(July 25, ’85) 8
Woodall, William (July 28, ’83) 23
(Nov. 29, ’84) 27
(Sept. 18, ’86) 30
Woodhead, J. (Mar. 27, ’86) 28
Wortley, C. B. Stuart- (June 16, ’88) 10
Wright, Caleb (July 28, ’88) 46
Wright, H. Smith (May 26, ’88) 55

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HARRY FURNISS’s

ROYAL ACADEMY.

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