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Taking Soundings, 1888. The Liberal Leader of the Opposition, Mr Gladstone, is on board ship and taking soundings of recent public opinion. Although there would not be a further General Election until 1902, Gladstone persistently kept trying to assess when he should try and force the Government to go to the country. From Punch, or the London Charivari, May 5, 1888.
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