M. P.'s in Session: From Mr. Punch's Parliamentary Portrait Gallery by Furniss, Harry

M.P.'s IN SESSION.

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From MR. PUNCH'S PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAIT GALLERY.

BY HARRY FURNISS.

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FAMILIAR FACES.

MR. PUNCH (_CARTOONIST IN CHIEF_). "OH, I KNOW ALL YOU OLD MODELS, I WANT SOME NEW 'CHARACTER'!" _Frontispiece._

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M.P.'s IN SESSION

FROM MR. PUNCH'S PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAIT GALLERY

My own Work Harry Furniss

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 BRADBURY, AGNEW, & CO., WHITEFRIARS, E.C.

M.P.'s IN SESSION. _from Mr. Punch's Parliamentary Portrait Gallery._

[Illustration] W. V. HARCOURT. THE SPEAKER. C. N. WARTON.

W. E. FORSTER. R. A. CROSS. J. G. DODSON. H. GLADSTONE. H. LABOUCHERE. R. N. FOWLER.

THOROLD ROGERS. THE CHAPLAIN. W. LAWSON. C. DILKE. H. BROADHURST.

H. LENNOX. SERJEANT-AT-ARMS. A. BARTLETT. J. CHAMBERLAIN. E. GIBSON.

R. CHURCHILL.

H. D. WOLFF.

COMMONS SUMMONED TO UPPER HOUSE.

[Illustration: THE CHAPLAIN. (HON. AND REV. F. E. C. BYNG.) "COMMONS PRAYERS."]

[Illustration: RT. HON. A. W. PEEL. THE SPEAKER. "ORDER!"]

[Illustration: ASSISTANT SERJEANT-AT-ARMS. (F. R. GOSSET.) "AU REVOIR!"]

[Illustration: LEONARD H. COURTNEY. DEPUTY SPEAKER. "ESTIMATES."]

[Illustration: LORD CLAUD HAMILTON. "LATE OF LIVERPOOL."]

[Illustration: A. AKERS-DOUGLAS. "AN UNBROKEN FRONT."]

[Illustration: C. BRADLAUGH. "HOUSE OF COMMONS' MANNER."]

[Illustration: ALEX. H. BROWN. "A BROWN STUDY."]

[Illustration: J. CHAMBERLAIN AND J. MORLEY. "THE RIVAL UMBRELLA."]

[Illustration: RT. HON. J. H. MACDONALD. ABSENT FROM THE POST OF DANGER.]

[Illustration: A. J. BALFOUR. IN HIS PLACE AT 4·30 A.M., TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1887.]

[Illustration: THE G. O. M. "WRITING TO THE QUEEN, AND COMMITTING THE 'HAPPY DISPATCH.'"]

[Illustration: ASHMEAD-BARTLETT. EXTINCTION OF EYE. Effect of Proposed Scheme of Redistribution on Ashmead-Bartlett.]

[Illustration: LORD HARTINGTON'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS MR. GLADSTONE.]

[Illustration: MR. BRIGHT. "I CANNOT TURN MY BACK ON MYSELF." Of course he has tried to do so, and this shows him in the act of making the unsuccessful contortionist attempt.]

[Illustration: J. LOWTHER. SIR R. PEEL. LORD H. LENNOX. SIR E. CLARKE. THE NEW FOURTH PARTY. IMITATION IS THE SINCEREST FLATTERY.]

[Illustration: H. CHAPLIN AND "THE AGRICULTURAL LABOURER."]

[Illustration: BARON DE WORMS. COL. WALROND. AKERS-DOUGLAS. RECORD OF THE SESSION 1887.--422. "DEAD HEAT."]

[Illustration: SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE. "Remote, unfriended, _solitary_, slow,"--or, Little "Tom All-alone" in the Lobby.]

[Illustration: D. H. MACFARLANE. "THE SAILING-MASTER."]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL. The New President of the Working-Man's Conservative Association--"A Horny-handed Son of Toil."]

[Illustration: COLONEL FRAS. DUNCAN, C.B. "Duncan comes here to-night, The gracious Duncan!" _Macbeth._]

[Illustration: LORD H. LENNOX. "MOST IMPORTANT!" He was with Lord Salisbury for quite three minutes, and then left.]

[Illustration: BRADLAUGH AND THE BEETLE. "FETCH IT UP, OLD HOSS!"]

[Illustration: SIR W. V. HARCOURT. "MR. PECKSNIFF." "Lord Randolph Churchill"--(_groans and hisses_)--"'do not let us groan at our opponents.' Nay, my Christian brethren, do not let us groan or hiss at our opponents. We can find other ways of dealing with them."--_Speech at St. James's Hall._]

[Illustration: SIR R. A. CROSS. "VERY CROSS."]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL. SIR J. E. GORST. SIR H. D. WOLFF. "ONE OF US." FIRST APPEARANCE OF SIR J. E. GORST AS SOLICITOR-GENERAL.]

[Illustration: R. F. F. CAMPBELL. "HEAVY CAMPBELLER WITH BIG 'STAKE IN THE COUNTRY.'"]

[Illustration: P. CALLAN AND G. CAVENDISH-BENTINCK. "MUDDLED MORALISTS."]

[Illustration: HON. R. BOURKE. "BOURKE AND HAIR."]

[Illustration: C. T. RITCHIE. DE WORMS. W. H. SMITH. R. CHURCHILL. R. A. CROSS. HICKS-BEACH. H. CHAPLIN. J. MANNERS. G. HAMILTON. NEW MEN AND OLD ATTITUDES. PRINCIPALS OF THE NEW CONSERVATIVE COMEDY COMPANY TRYING TO LOOK AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE LIKE THE OLD PUBLIC FAVOURITES.]

[Illustration: GETTING GLADSTONE'S COLLAR UP.]

[Illustration: C. B. STUART-WORTLEY. "PLEASE, SIR, I DID."]

[Illustration: SIR U. J. K. SHUTTLEWORTH. "THE MILDEST-MANNERED MAN."]

[Illustration: C. S. PARKER. "IF A MAN TOUCHES PITCH, &C."]

[Illustration: J. P. B. ROBERTSON. "IRELAND AGAIN!"]

[Illustration: H. MATTHEWS. "SAT SMILING."]

[Illustration: J. GILHOOLY. "TOODJOUR PERDRICKS."]

[Illustration: MARQUIS OF HARTINGTON. "STARTINGTON."]

[Illustration: SIR C. FORSTER AND SIR R. A. CROSS. SIR RICHARD (VERY) CROSS. Off with his hat!... So much for----!]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL. "A GLOOMY VIEW OF THE POLITICAL SITUATION."]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL AND SIR H. DRUMMOND WOLFF. "RAPTUROUS DELIGHT OF THE FOURTH PARTY."]

[Illustration: J. T. HIBBERT. "IT'S VERY STRANGE."]

[Illustration: W. AGNEW. "RAPT ATTENTION."]

[Illustration: A. ORR-EWING. (ORR-ANYTHINGELSE.)]

[Illustration: A. ILLINGWORTH. "WAITING FOR OPPORTUNITY."]

[Illustration: SIR R. TEMPLE. "THE SLEEPING BEAUTY."]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL. "RANDOLPH MEDITATING."]

[Illustration: F. H. O'DONNELL. SUSPENDED FOR A WEEK BY ORDER OF THE SPEAKER.]

[Illustration: CHRISTOPHER SYKES, M.P. "WHO PASSED THE CRAB AND LOBSTER BILL."]

[Illustration: E. GIBB. "THE ECCLESTON GIBB-US MAKES ITS PRESENCE FELT."]

[Illustration: R. DAVIES. "A LIVELY CONTEST."]

[Illustration: H. H. COZENS-HARDY. "OUR HARDY COUSIN."]

[Illustration: T. H. BOLTON. "THE MEMBER FOR EXTRAORDINARY TIES--NO--TITHES."]

[Illustration: J. B. BALFOUR. "NEVER HEARD OF SUCH A THING!"]

[Illustration: SIR MATTHEW WILSON. "POSTING HIS FAREWELL ADDRESS."]

[Illustration: COLONEL TOTTENHAM. ["IRISH MEMBERS, THIS STYLE, 8S. 6D. EXTRA."]]

[Illustration: LEONARD H. COURTNEY. "COURTEOUS COURTNEY OF CORNWALL."]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL. "NOT THE SHADOW OF A LEG TO STAND UPON."]

[Illustration: SIR R. A. CROSS. "SIR RICHARD 'RECEIVES.'"]

[Illustration: GLADSTONE BADGERED. "HERE JOSEPH GILLIS WAS IN HIS ELEMENT."]

[Illustration: HON. C. R. SPENCER. "HAVE YOU PAIRED?"]

[Illustration: R. W. DUFF. "WONDER IF HE'S PAIRED."]

[Illustration: MITCHELL HENRY. "WHERE IS MY WORKING HAT?"]

[Illustration: L. L. DILLWYN. "WOE IS ME!"]

[Illustration: J. H. A. MACDONALD. "AIN'T I LIKE HARCOURT?"]

[Illustration: G. J. GOSCHEN. J. CHAMBERLAIN. SIR H. JAMES. SIR G. O. TREVELYAN. MARQUIS OF HARTINGTON. A BACK SEAT.]

[Illustration: T. HEALY. HERE'S TIMOTHY HEALY, WHO SPOKE TOO FREELY.]

[Illustration: E. J. M. P. DE LISLE. HERE'S MR. DE LISLE, WHO "DIDN'T EVEN SMILE." (_Fancy Portrait_.)]

[Illustration: BILL 'ARCUTT. SIR W. VERNON HARCOURT.--"I am in entire sympathy with the Costermongers."]

[Illustration: W. H. SMITH. "THE O'SMITH. BIG WITH FATE. THE START."]

[Illustration: THE FEROCIOUS FORESTER. "PENNY PLAIN, TWOPENCE COLOURED." [LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL was initiated into the mysteries of the Ancient Order of Foresters.]]

[Illustration: R. CHAMBERLAIN. J. CHAMBERLAIN. "CHAMBERLAIN BROS."]

THE ROYAL WESTMINSTER ACADEMY.

[Illustration: W. E. G., PAINTED BY LD. R. CHURCHILL.]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL, BY W. E. G.]

[Illustration: LORD HARTINGTON, BY SIR S. NORTHCOTE.]

[Illustration: SIR S. NORTHCOTE, BY LD. HARTINGTON.]

[Illustration: SIR W. V. HARCOURT, BY SIR R. A. CROSS.]

[Illustration: SIR R. A. CROSS, BY SIR W. V. HARCOURT.]

[Illustration: J. CHAMBERLAIN, BY J. LOWTHER.]

[Illustration: J. LOWTHER, BY J. CHAMBERLAIN.]

[Illustration: THE SPEAKER, BY HIMSELF.]

[Illustration: THE SERJEANT-AT-ARMS, BY HIMSELF.]

[Illustration: W. E. FORSTER, BY C. S. PARNELL.]

[Illustration: C. S. PARNELL, BY W. E. FORSTER.]

[Illustration: J. C. McCOAN, BY J. J. O'KILLY.]

[Illustration: J. J. O'KILLY, BY J. C. MCCOAN.]

(_Splendid Collection of Parliamentary Portraits, mostly done by "The Other Fellows." The Speaking Likenesses speak for themselves and for the Artists._)

[Illustration: LORD A. W. HILL. "SUCH LARKS!"]

[Illustration: THE STUDENT. LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL IS DELIGHTED AT BEING OUT OF OFFICE, AS HE WILL NOW HAVE LEISURE TO STUDY.]

[Illustration: GEN. FRASER. "OF THE CAVALRY. A LIGHT WEIGHT."]

[Illustration: GEORGE CAVENDISH-BENTINCK. "WHO WAS MOKETTO?"]

[Illustration: H. LABOUCHERE. W. V. HARCOURT. W. E. GLADSTONE. LABBY AND "THE MERRY OLD GENTLEMAN." "QUIPS AND CRANKS."]

[Illustration: J. STANSFELD. "LOCAL GOVERNMENT."]

[Illustration: D. J. JENKINS. "THE RESOLUTE APPEARANCE OF THE COAT-TAIL."]

[Illustration: W. H. K. REDMOND. BRUTUS ROSCIUS KEAN R-DM-ND, JUN. "Yah! Yah!"]

[Illustration: COL. G. SALIS-SCHWABE. "DON'T YOU HEAR A SMELL?"]

[Illustration: D. H. MACFARLANE. "HE DOESN'T KNOW HOW TO SIT DOWN."]

[Illustration: COL. HUGHES HALLETT. "MADE A DESPERATE ATTACK."]

[Illustration: G. B. GREGORY. GREGORY THE GREAT.]

[Illustration: LORD LYMINGTON. "WITH AMBLING GRACE."]

[Illustration: G. BEITH. "PRESCIENCE OF COMING DOOM."]

THE ROYAL WESTMINSTER ACADEMY.

[Illustration: SIR CHARLES DILKE, PAINTED BY ASHMEAD-BARTLETT.]

[Illustration: ASHMEAD-BARTLETT, BY SIR CHARLES DILKE.]

[Illustration: G. O. TREVELYAN, BY J. G. BIGGAR.]

[Illustration: J. G. BIGGAR, BY G. O. TREVELYAN.]

[Illustration: CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN, BY W. R. SMITH.]

[Illustration: W. H. SMITH, BY CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN.]

[Illustration: H. LABOUCHERE, BY C. NEWDEGATE.]

[Illustration: C. NEWDEGATE, BY H. LABOUCHERE.]

[Illustration: J. K. CROSS, BY W. WOODALL.]

[Illustration: W. WOODALL, BY J. K. CROSS.]

[Illustration: J. BRIGHT, BY HIMSELF.]

[Illustration: J. COWEN, BY HIMSELF.]

[Illustration: SIR W. LAWSON, BY A MEMBER WHO DOES NOT AGREE WITH HIM.]

[Illustration: THE MEMBER, BY SIR W. LAWSON.]

(_Splendid Collection of Parliamentary Portraits, mostly done by "The Other Fellows." The Speaking Likenesses speak for themselves and for the Artists._)

[Illustration: G. C. T. BARTLEY. "PUT A PENNY IN, AND THE FIGURE WILL MOVE."]

[Illustration: A. BLAINE. "STROLLED IN JUST IN TIME."]

[Illustration: J. CARVELL WILLIAMS. "WILL NO MORE PARALYSE THE CHURCH PARTY."]

[Illustration: LORD RICHARD GROSVENOR. "RICHARD'S HIMSELF AGAIN!"]

[Illustration: DAVID PUGH. "THIS WON'T DO!"]

[Illustration: H. LABOUCHERE. "TURNS HIS BACK ON CHAMBERLAIN."]

[Illustration: SIR H. VIVIAN. "LITTLE HUSSEY!"]

[Illustration: A. McARTHUR. "PLEASE, SIR, I WON'T DO IT AGAIN."]

[Illustration: O'HEA. O'SHEA. "HAPPY COMBINATION OF CIRCUMSTANCES."]

[Illustration: T. DUCKHAM. "A RATHER MELANCHOLY ASPECT."]

[Illustration: WILSON LLOYD. "ORATORICAL ATTITUDE EMINENTLY SEDUCTIVE."]

[Illustration: R. STRONG. "ALWAYS EQUAL TO A QUORUM."]

[Illustration: J. RIGBY, Q.C. "RESUMED DEBATE ON HOME RULE."]

[Illustration: H. RICHARD (_Himself again_). "DETERMINED TO HAVE THIS OUT."]

[Illustration: WM. O'BRIEN. "DEALING WITH THE SITUATION."]

[Illustration: WILLIAM WOODALL. "INTRODUCES HIS LITTLE MISS BILLIMINA."]

[Illustration: W. S. ROBSON. "TAKEN AFTER HIS DEFEAT."]

[Illustration: LD. HARTINGTON. LD. R. CHURCHILL. J. CHAMBERLAIN. BEHIND THE SPEAKER'S CHAIR.]

[Illustration: SIR R. TEMPLE. "EXTERIOR OF THE TEMPLE, BY OUR CON-TEMPLE-LATIVE ARTIST."]

[Illustration: J. WOODHEAD. "HE ALWAYS WENT HOME TO TEA."]

[Illustration: SIR DONALD CURRIE. "JUST ARRIVED!"]

[Illustration: H. SPICER. "AIN'T I LIKE LORD SALISBURY?"]

HENRY CHAPLIN.

[Illustration: 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._

[Illustration: J. CHAMBERLAIN. "10 TO 1 ON URGENCY!"]

[Illustration: SIR P. O'BRIEN. "SIR P. O'BRIEN INVOKES THE DIVINE SARAH."]

[Illustration: WM. WOODALL. "NINE TIMES BEFORE IT BURST!"]

[Illustration: SIR G. O. TREVELYAN. "TEMPORARY RETIREMENT."]

[Illustration: W. H. SMITH. "FANCY GERMAN PORTRAIT OF GENERAL SIR SMITH, THE BRITISH SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR."

THE REALITY-- "W. H. SMITH, ESQ., WAR OFFICE."]

[Illustration: DR. TANNER. "IT'S NO PLACE FOR IRISHMEN!"]

[Illustration: J. J. O'KELLY. "THE O'KELLY!"]

[Illustration: C. A. V. CONYBEARE. "CONNYBEARE HIM!" (SCOTCH JOKE.)]

[Illustration: SIR ROBERT PEEL. "WENT WRONG ON THE HOME-RULE QUESTION."]

[Illustration: E. HENEAGE. "ANY AGE YOU LIKE."]

[Illustration: G. O. MORGAN. "A BARD."]

[Illustration: BARON DE WORMS. "THAT'S THE DIET FOR WORMS."]

[Illustration: H. CECIL RAIKES AND SIR LYON PLAYFAIR. "MEMBERS WHO HAVE PASSED THE CHAIR."]

[Illustration: PROFESSOR ROGERS. "A CLASSIC TONE TO CONVERSATION."]

[Illustration: J. G. BIGGAR. "I'M AGIN REPRESSION ANYWHERE."]

[Illustration: G. J. GOSCHEN. "A PUZZLE TO HIMSELF."]

[Illustration: W. V. HARCOURT. J. CHAMBERLAIN. THE ROUND-TABLE CONFERENCE. (From a report by _Our Young Man_.)]

[Illustration: G. HOWELL. "URGENT PUBLIC IMPORTANCE."]

[Illustration: W. R. CREMER. "AMENDMENT REJECTED."]

[Illustration: J. LEICESTER. "SO EXCITED."]

[Illustration: E. H. PICKERSGILL. "HAS HIS EYE UPON HIM."]

[Illustration: JOSEPH ARCH. "BUT SICK IN THE SOWL."]

[Illustration: C. FENWICK AND T. BURT. "THE WAIL OF MESSRS. FENWICK AND BURT."]

[Illustration: J. A. PICTON. [TOBY HAS MANY SELECT PORTRAITS IN HIS ALBUM, BUT THIS IS A PICTON.]]

[Illustration: J. O'CONNOR. "A NOTE OF ADMIRATION!"]

[Illustration: J. A. JACOBY. "CAN'T HELP SMILING."]

[Illustration: SIR G. CAMPBELL. "AND SUCH A HORSE!"]

[Illustration: T. SEXTON. "LIAR!"]

[Illustration: MUNDELLA. "THE OLD PARLIAMENTARY NOES."]

[Illustration: T. D. SULLIVAN. "FRESH FROM CHANNEL PASSAGE."]

[Illustration: G. J. GOSCHEN. "OH, WHAT A SURPRISE!"]

[Illustration: LORD CHARLES BERESFORD. "CHARLIE HORNPIPING TO THEM."]

[Illustration: SIR E. BATES. "COULD SEE THEM MOVING IN THE AIR."]

[Illustration: W. H. SMITH. "READY!"]

[Illustration: R. GENT-DAVIS. "DAVIS SUM, NON OEDIPUS."]

[Illustration: J. ROBERTS. "ALL IS NOT FLINT THAT LOOKS STONY."]

[Illustration: G. PITT LEWIS. "GO IT, LITTLE 'UN!"]

[Illustration: CHRISTOPHER SYKES. "EARLY TO BED," AND "EARLY TO RISE!" OR, "KEEPING UP THE XTOPHER."--_March 22, 1887._]

[Illustration: SIR B. SAMUELSON. "LE PÈRE."]

[Illustration: W. AMBROSE. "AMBROSIAL ELOQUENCE."]

[Illustration: S. MONTAGU. "SOMETHING IN THE CITY."]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL AND W. E. GLADSTONE. "WHAT! WOULD THEY GAG HIM?"]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL. "DOESN'T PUT HIS FOOT DOWN."]

[Illustration: SIR J. McGAREL HOGG. "NOT GOING THE WHOLE HOGG."]

[Illustration: H. NORTHCOTE. "BURNING QUESTIONS."]

[Illustration: J. FINLAYSON. "HOW DO YOU MAKE THAT OUT?"]

[Illustration: O'GORMAN MAHON. "KNOCKING AT THE DOOR."]

[Illustration: A. B. WINTERBOTHAM. "SMILES AUDIBLY."]

[Illustration: R. U. PENROSE FITZGERALD. "ROBINSON CRUSOE, M.P."]

[Illustration: MATT. HARRIS. "AWKWARD QUESTION THIS!"]

[Illustration: W. DAVIES. "NOT ALL BEER AND SKITTLES."]

[Illustration: LORD JOHN MANNERS. "THE NEW DUKE."]

[Illustration: B. HINGLEY. "AND, PRAY, WHY DO YOU DO THAT?"]

[Illustration: I. HOLDEN. "YOUNG 'OLDEN."]

[Illustration: ALDERMAN W. COOK. "PERSONALLY CONDUCTED."]

[Illustration: SIR A. BORTHWICK. "WHO'S HE?"]

[Illustration: F. W. MACLEAN AND LORD R. CHURCHILL. _Past and present Members for Woodstock._ "A PRETTY SCENE."]

[Illustration: L. A. ATHERLEY-JONES. "ON THE WATCH."]

[Illustration: P. ESSLEMONT. "WAITING FOR A HEARING."]

[Illustration: COL. NOLAN. "COLLAPSED!"]

[Illustration: DR. J. FARQUHARSON. "THINKING IT OVER."]

[Illustration: H. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN. "ORDER IS TIM'S FIRST LAW."]

[Illustration: M. BIDDULPH. "LOOK OUT!"]

[Illustration: SIR E. CLARKE. "SCANDALOUS!"]

[Illustration: MORGAN HOWARD. "HOW 'ARD IS MY LOT!"]

[Illustration: C. T. RITCHIE. "MEPHISTOPHELES, M.P."]

[Illustration: J. LEAHY. "THAT'S THE WORST OF THESE FELLOWS."]

[Illustration: H. C. E. CHILDERS. "H(ERE) C(OMES) E(VERYBODY) CH-LD-RS."]

[Illustration: H. J. WILSON. "MUST KEEP UP DIGNITY OF PARLIAMENT."]

[Illustration: S. SMITH. "ON THE PROWL."]

[Illustration: G. NEWNES. "WHEN FOUND, MAKE A NOTE OF."]

[Illustration: W. ABRAHAM. "CLYWCH! CLYWCH!"]

[Illustration: A. AKERS-DOUGLAS. "THE SPRIGHTLY WHIP."]

[Illustration: W. F. LAWRENCE. "A CONSTITUENT I PRESUME!"]

[Illustration: SIR WM. HARCOURT. "THE MORNING'S REFLECTIONS."]

[Illustration: C. WRIGHT. "A CLAUSE EVERY SIXTY SECONDS!"]

[Illustration: W. JOHNSTON. "STOP THIEF!"]

[Illustration: SIR J. H. KENNAWAY. "WE'VE LOST TWO HOURS' PRECIOUS TIME!"]

[Illustration: SMALL AND BIGGAR. "THE OULD COUNTHRY."]

[Illustration: W. CODDINGTON. "£27,000!"]

[Illustration: ADMIRAL FIELD. "TINDAL ROBERTSON'S CONVOY."]

[Illustration: LORD RAMSAY. "PROMOTED."]

[Illustration: JAMES WATSON. "WHILST JOSEPH GILLIS PASSES."]

[Illustration: SIR J. E. GORST. "THINKING OF THE BO'SUN."]

[Illustration: J. C. BOLTON. "MR. BOLTON'S COGITATION."]

[Illustration: W. S. CAINE. "COLUMBUS, M.P."]

[Illustration: HON. C. R. SPENCER, M.P. "MASHER OF PARLIAMENT."]

[Illustration: SIR W. LAWSON. "I RISE TO ORDER."]

[Illustration: ENTER SIR G. O. TREVELYAN. "RATTLING MAJORITY."]

[Illustration: EXIT E. RUSSELL. "POPULARITY WITH BOTH SIDES."]

[Illustration: J. A. BALFOUR. "FIRMNESS WITHOUT RASHNESS?"]

[Illustration: R. B. FINLAY. "A Q.C., M.P.--THE LONG OF IT."]

[Illustration: J. J. O'KELLY. "J. J. O'KILLY, ESQ., M.P., IN HIS GREAT DUELLIST ENTERTAINMENT, ADAPTED FROM THE FRENCH."]

[Illustration: S. D. WADDY. "ANOTHER Q.C., M.P.--THE SHORT OF IT."]

[Illustration: ALDERMAN CHAPLIN, M.P. "AND OTHER GOOD MEN."]

[Illustration: GEN. SIR E. B. HAMLEY. "AN ELOQUENT SPEECH."]

[Illustration: J. H. A. MACDONALD. "THE LORD ADVOCATE'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS SCOTCH MEMBERS."]

[Illustration: J. M. McLEAN. "MCLEAN INTERPOSES."]

[Illustration: C. C. LACAITA. "HOW VERY ABRUPT!"]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL. "DEAR ME! THERE SURELY CAN'T BE ANY DIFFICULTY IN SELECTING A PRIME MINISTER!"]

[Illustration: J. D. PYNE. "REQUIRES A GREAT DEAL OF FORCING."]

[Illustration: C. BRADLAUGH. "WANTS TO KNOW."]

[Illustration: DR. C. CAMERON. "THE CAMERON PIBROCH."]

[Illustration: THOMAS SHAW. "STRUCK ALL OF A HEAP."]

[Illustration: T. BURT. "STILL FULL OF FIGHT."]

[Illustration: G. H. ALLSOPP. "THE STATE IN DANGER."]

[Illustration: HON. C. R. SPENCER. "A SERIOUS POLITICIAN."]

[Illustration: P. A. MUNTZ. "TALKED IT OUT!"]

[Illustration: J. DODDS. "HEAD OF THE DODD FAMILY."]

[Illustration: A. J. BALFOUR AND THE LORD ADVOCATE. "OBSTRUCTION!"]

[Illustration: STEPHEN MASON. "EXIT."]

[Illustration: SIR CHAS. FORSTER. "STILL LITHE ENOUGH."]

[Illustration: SIR J. R. MOWBRAY. "COME, COME, NOW!"]

[Illustration: SIR W. C. BROOKS. "CONGRATULATORY CUNLIFFE."]

[Illustration: J. F. X. O'BRIEN. "LOOKING DAGGERS."]

[Illustration: T. B. POTTER. "LAID IN A GOOD STOCK."]

[Illustration: ARTHUR H. D. ACLAND. "EDUCATION."]

[Illustration: JOHN BRIGHT. "BRIGHTER THAN EVER."]

[Illustration: SIR J. SIMON. "HUSH! I HEAR THE PIEMAN."]

[Illustration: H. SMITH WRIGHT. "LEADING THE WAY."]

[Illustration: LORD CLAUD HAMILTON. "EXIT LORD CLAUD."]

[Illustration: R. B. HALDANE. "HALDANE, VINCIT!"]

[Illustration: THE MARQUIS OF GRANBY. "DEMME!"]

[Illustration: F. LOCKWOOD, Q.C. "OUR ARTIST Q.C."]

[Illustration: SIR LEWIS PELLY. "PELLY-MELLY."]

[Illustration: J. E. W. ADDISON. "'SPECTATOR' IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS."]

[Illustration: THE SPEAKER. THE CLERKS.

J. BRIGHT. W. E. FORSTER. W. V. HARCOURT. W. E. GLADSTONE. R. A. CROSS. S. NORTHCOTE. W. H. SMITH. SERJT.-AT-ARMS.

A. J. MUNDELLA. T. D. HARTINGTON. J. CHAMBERLAIN. LD. J. MANNERS. R. CHURCHILL. H. D. WOLFF.]

[Illustration: C. N. WARTON. J. BIGGAR. A. BARTLETT. C. BRADLAUGH. C. S. PARNELL. T. HEALY. J. J. O'KELLY. THE WESTMINSTER WAX-WORKS.]

[Illustration: LEONARD H. COURTNEY. "COURTNEY'S QUICK CHANGE."]

[Illustration: SIR WM. V. HARCOURT. "UNCLE PUMBLECHOOK."]

[Illustration: R. CUNINGHAME GRAHAM. "THINKING OF THE 'ORNY 'ANDED ONE."]

[Illustration: E. S. W. DE COBAIN. "PROBLEM: TO FIND THE THIRD BILL."]

[Illustration: SIR R. TEMPLE. "THE TAJ."]

[Illustration: P. M'LAGAN. "THE JUDICIOUS M'LAGAN."]

[Illustration: JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. "JUST IN TIME."]

[Illustration: H. GARDNER. "THE GRAND YOUNG GARDNER."]

[Illustration: G. P. FULLER. "G. P. FULLER LAUGHED."]

[Illustration: H. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN AND H. LABOUCHERE. "HUMORISTS OF THE HOUSE."]

[Illustration: T. W. RUSSELL. "GOIN' BOCK AGEN."]

[Illustration: H. CAMPBELL. "THE CAMPBELL WHO IS NOT COMING."]

[Illustration: H. MATTHEWS. "IN THE HEAT OF ARGUMENT."]

[Illustration: C. S. PARNELL. "SIR PARNELL."]

[Illustration: LORD R. CHURCHILL AND W. E. GLADSTONE. "SWEETS TO THE SWEET."]

THE ROYAL WESTMINSTER ACADEMY.

[Illustration: LD. SELBORNE, PAINTED BY LORD CAIRNS.]

[Illustration: LORD CAIRNS, BY LORD SELBORNE.]

[Illustration: EARL GRANVILLE, BY MARQUIS OF SALISBURY.]

[Illustration: MAR. OF SALISBURY, BY EARL GRANVILLE.]

[Illustration: EARL DERBY, BY LORD CARNARVON.]

[Illustration: LORD CARNARVON, BY EARL DERBY.]

[Illustration: EARL SPENCER, BY DUKE OF ABERCORN.]

[Illustration: DUKE OF ABERCORN, BY EARL SPENCER.]

[Illustration: LORD SHERBROOKE, BY LORD CRANBROOK.]

[Illustration: LORD CRANBROOK, BY LORD SHERBROOKE.]

[Illustration: DUKE OF ARGYLL, BY HIMSELF.]

[Illustration: BISHOP OF PETERBOROUGH, BY SOME ONE'S DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER.]

(_Splendid Collection of Parliamentary Portraits, mostly done by "The Other Fellows." The Speaking Likenesses speak for themselves and for the Artists._)

[Illustration: COL. E. J. SAUNDERSON. "WHIRROO!"]

[Illustration: W. E. GLADSTONE AND LORD R. CHURCHILL. A COLLARABLE IMITATION. "SO SORRY YOU'VE LOST YOUR VOICE!"]

[Illustration: SIR E. WATKIN. "LORD TANNEL-CHUNNEL."]

[Illustration: WM. O'BRIEN. "NO GESTURES!"]

[Illustration: ADMIRAL R. C. MAYNE. "YOU MAY AND YOU MAYNE'T." _Old Saw_.]

[Illustration: W. E. GLADSTONE. "SHOOTING SEASON--THE GLADSTONE PRESERVES."]

[Illustration: H. C. E. CHILDERS. "SUM TIME! SUM TIME!"]

[Illustration: SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE. "THE WAYS OF LIFE ARE DIFFERENT NOW."]

[Illustration: JOHN BRIGHT. "J. B., THE POLITE LETTER-WRITER."]

[Illustration: A DISCORD IN BLACK AND WHITE.

HARTINGTON. HARCOURT. RUSSELL. GLADSTONE. TREVELYAN. THE SPEAKER. MANNERS. NORTHCOTE. SMITH. CROSS. LOWTHER. WORMS. WARTON.

MUNDELLA. BRIGHT. CHAMBERLAIN. WOLFF. THE CLERKS. SERJEANT-AT-ARMS. SIR J. E. GORST. CHAPLIN.

FORSTER. F. H. O'DONNELL. J. BIGGAR.]

[Illustration: 1828. 1834. 1852. 1859. 1865. 1866. 1874. WELLINGTON. PEEL. ABERDEEN. PALMERSTON. RUSSELL. DERBY. DISRAELI. RETROSPECTS; OR, BACK VIEWS.]

[Illustration: FAWCETT. TREVELYAN. GLADSTONE. CHAMBERLAIN. HARTINGTON. DODSON. BRIGHT. HARCOURT. CHILDERS. DILKE. MUNDELLA. "THE NOES-ES HAVE IT."--1882.]

[Illustration: J. CHAMBERLAIN. J. BRIGHT. SIR W. HARCOURT. LORD HARTINGTON. W. E. GLADSTONE. W. E. FORSTER. J. G. DODSON. SOME OF THE HEADS OF THE GOVERNMENT.--1882.]

[Illustration: 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.]

[Illustration: "O-DOUR WHAT CAN THE MATTER BE?" "THE NOSE HAVE IT." "YOU WILL NOSE IT IN THE LOBBY."--_Shakspear_.]

PARLIAMENTARY INDEX. 1882-1888.

[_The date attached to each name refers to the No. of "Punch."_]

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 M'LAGAN, 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

[Illustration: "WELCOME! LITTLE STRANGER."]

HARRY FURNISS's ROYAL ACADEMY.

An Artistic Joke.

The Exhibition consisted of eighty-seven pictures, in black and white of course, but otherwise similar in size and general appearance to those annually seen on the walls of Burlington House. Anyone who visited it must have seen that it was the result of many years of labour, and not a few of the pictures possessed an artistic value quite apart from their interest as pictorial travesties. A wish has been very generally expressed that some permanent record, in a portable shape, but in character consonant with the artistic purpose of the Exhibition, should be procurable by the public at large, both those who saw and those who did not see the originals at the Gainsborough Gallery and elsewhere.

To meet this wish an #ALBUM#, containing Reproductions of these #EIGHTY-SEVEN PICTURES#, with which will be included the contents of #THE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE#, has been prepared and largely subscribed for. The issue of these Albums, however, which will be the only reproductions of the Exhibition, is strictly limited to #ONE THOUSAND COPIES#, each of which will be signed by the Artist.

It may be mentioned that the whole of this undertaking, from its conception to the present time, has been in Mr. Furniss's own hands. This has enabled Mr. Furniss scrupulously to maintain the artistic character of the whole enterprise. In the preparation of this Album he has spared no time or expense in trying reproductions by the different processes at home and abroad, similar to those used in the Album of the Royal Academy Pictures of 1886, and the annual reproductions of the French Salon. Not, however, being satisfied with any of these cheaper methods, he has, regardless of the great cost, adopted the finest method of photogravure--viz., the Photo Intaglio process of A. and C. Dawson, No. 3, Farringdon Street, and Hogarth Works, Chiswick, the reproductions being made under his own supervision. Each plate is hand-printed, and will in every way surpass, for artistic quality, anything of the kind ever published.

As PHOTOGRAVURE is the best and most faithful, as well as the most expensive method, this Album is certain to be valuable, and a worthy and complete memorial of the "Artistic Joke"; whilst the price charged will be only _£3 3s._, the same as fixed, originally, when the adoption of the cheaper process was contemplated.

The size of the Album is Imperial Quarto (11 by 15 inches); the plates range, on an average, from 4 × 6 to 7½ × 9 inches. The whole is handsomely and tastefully bound in cloth and gilt edged.

AFTER THE THOUSAND VERITABLE _Édition de Luxe_ WERE PRINTED, THE PLATES WERE DESTROYED.

_#The whole Edition is rapidly being exhausted and the price will be raised to FIVE Guineas in a few days#_.

_Orders should be forwarded to_ THE TYPOGRAPHIC-ETCHING CO., _No. 3, Farringdon Street_.

_#£3 3s. 6d.#_ (_including case for packing_).

"I HAVE NOW HIT UPON A VERY HAPPY THOUGHT."--_Happy Thoughts._

#"Happy Thoughts" Birthday Book.# _Selected and Arranged from "Mr. Punch's" Pages_ BY ROSIE BURNAND,

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WITH #FRONTISPIECE PORTRAIT# of #F. C. BURNAND.#

PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED AND CHOICELY PRINTED.

Royal 16mo, elegant Cloth. Price 3s. 6d.

BRADBURY, AGNEW, & CO., 8, 9, 10, BOUVERIE STREET, LONDON, E.C.

#JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES# #OF LIFE AND CHARACTER.#

FROM THE COLLECTION OF "MR. PUNCH."

Containing nearly 900 Pages of PICTURES.

In 3 Volumes, price 10s. 6d. each, or in One Volume, price 28s.

"The genius of Leech has never been seen to greater advantage than in this gallery."--_Morning Post._

"We doubt whether in the whole range of the literary or pictorial art of the period, the earlier portion of the Victorian era has been elsewhere so vigorously, so truthfully, as well as so humorously portrayed as in JOHN LEECH'S inimitable pictures. The series has an importance beyond the amusement of the moment--it serves both to commemorate the genius of the artist and the character of the age."--_Country Gentleman._

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#400 PICTURES OF OUR PEOPLE.#

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_Sketches from "Punch"_ BY #CHARLES KEENE.#

Super Royal Quarto, Gilt edges, price £1 1s.

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

"A PICTORIAL KEY TO THE HISTORY OF THE QUEEN'S REIGN."

#PUNCH'S VICTORIAN ERA#

AN ILLUSTRATED CHRONICLE OF FIFTY YEARS OF THE REIGN OF _Her Majesty the Queen_,

PICTORIALLY ARRANGED WITH ANNALS OF THE TIME FROM THE CONTEMPORARY PAGES OF

#"PUNCH."#

"There can be no better book for a drawing-room table, to suggest subjects of talk. The arts of engraving have made rapid progress since these pictures first appeared, but it would be hard to surpass the pregnant humour of the more famous of the political cartoons. They put the points on all the critical periods of our Parliamentary history, and indicate in effective outline the action of political celebrities."--_Times._

"It is surprising to find how complete a history of the times they present in vivid form, at least in its most salient features; and a history which is not confined to political events, but which catches and stereotypes many of the evanescent phases of popular fashion and opinion, which could hardly be preserved in any other way."--_Guardian._

"This chronicle must have a place amongst standard books of reference."--_Spectator._

In 3 Volumes, Royal quarto, elegant, price £2 2s.

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

OUR RIVER: _Personal Reminiscences of an Artist's Life_ ON THE RIVER THAMES. BY G. D. LESLIE, R.A.

With FIFTY ORIGINAL DRAWINGS and SKETCHES by THE AUTHOR;

And some others by Frederick Walker, A.R.A., H. S. Marks, R.A., and Briton Riviere, R.A.

[Illustration: "PUNT SAILING WITH THE STREAM" (_Reduced._)]

"Mr. Leslie has a keen sense of the picturesque, while a genuine enthusiasm for the beauties of scenery to be found in the course of a leisurely boat-trip from Putney to Oxford, gives life and even force to what he says.... 'Our River' is not an exhaustive work, but it should be read by all persons who are in any way interested in the subject."--_Times._

"The diction moves in a sort of endless ripple, now telling of water-weeds and bank-flowers and birds, now lingering pleasantly over some of the traditions and old-world lore of which the Thames furnishes such a goodly quantity."--_Graphic._

Demy Octavo. Cloth elegant, gilt edges. Price 12s. 6d.

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

#THE HANDY-VOLUME#

#SCOTT.#

(NOVELS.) COMPLETE. (POEMS.)

Containing all the WAVERLEY NOVELS, and a complete collection of SIR WALTER SCOTT'S POETRY, making 32 elegant little volumes of high external finish, enclosed in an artistic case, measuring only 9¼ inches in width, 10¼ inches in height, and 3¾ inches in depth. The poetical volumes are adorned with frontispieces and illustrations representative of the best known Scottish scenery, or of places which the genius of the poet has made famous.

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CONTENTS OF THE VOLUMES.

1. WAVERLEY. 2. GUY MANNERING. 3. OLD MORTALITY. 4. ROB ROY. 5. THE ANTIQUARY. 6. HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN. 7. IVANHOE. 8. MONASTERY. 9. THE ABBOT. 10. KENILWORTH. 11. THE PIRATE. 12. PEVERIL OF THE PEAK. 13. BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR. 14. LEGEND OF MONTROSE. 15. FORTUNES OF NIGEL. 16. QUENTIN DURWARD. 17. ST. RONAN'S WELL. 18. REDGAUNTLET. 19. THE BETROTHED. 20. THE TALISMAN. 21. WOODSTOCK. 22. FAIR MAID OF PERTH. 23. ANNE OF GEIERSTEIN. 24. COUNT ROBERT OF PARIS. 25. SURGEON'S DAUGHTER. 26. LAY OF LAST MINSTREL AND MEMOIR. 27. MARMION. 28. LADY OF THE LAKE. 29. LORD OF THE ISLES. 30. ROKEBY. 31. BRIDAL OF TRIERMAIN. 32. BALLADS, POEMS, &c.

PRICES IN "CASE." _£ s. d._ Crimson Cloth, extra gilt 3 3 0 French Morocco 4 17 6 Turkey Morocco, or Russia 9 10 0

PRICES IN "CABINET." _£ s. d._ Enamelled Boards 2 2 0 Fine Cloth 3 3 0 French Morocco 4 14 6

_Each of the Volumes can be had separately, price 1s. in enamelled boards; and in cloth, red edges, price 1s. 6d. The Novels only (Volumes 1 to 25) in half red cloth, price 1s. 3d. each._

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