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How Shall We Three Meet Again?
How Shall We Three Meet Again?, 1885. Sir Michael Hicks Beach, Lord Salisbury, and William Gladstone are represented in this cartoon. Sir Michael was the Conservative Home Secretary and Leader of the Party in the Commons. Salisbury was the Conservative Prime Minister and Leader in the Lords, whilst Gladstone was the former Liberal Prime Minister. A General Election had just been called. From Punch, or the London Charivari, December 5, 1885.
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