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Balm for the Wounded
'Balm for the Wounded', 1859. Queen Victoria says Poor little man, Did he have a nasty tumble? Here's something to make him all right again! With her beloved Prince Albert in the background, Queen Victoria is consoling the little Lord Derby. His Conservative government had recently resigned and Lord Derby's consolation was being created a Knight of the Garter. From Punch, or the London Charivari, June 25, 1859.
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