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Anonymous (after William Hogarth)
The Modern Orpheus
Anonymous (School of Bartolomeo Schedoni)
Jesus at the Well
Anonymous
Landscape with Tree
Anonymous
British
Le Déjeunuer (Breakfast)
Anonymous
The ablest professor in the cabinet of the tact by which power is kept: it is his miss ...
Anonymous
Qualis ab inepto (Earl de Grey and Ripon)
Anonymous
He combines the love of truths and art with equal devotion and success. (The Right Hon ...
Anonymous
To say that he is the best foreign minister in the country is not much as foreign mini ...
Anonymous
He received the Royal Commands and lengthened the skirts of the Ballet (Viscount Sydney)
Anonymous
If he is not an advanced liberal, it is for want of advancing himself. (Right Hon. Wil ...
Anonymous
An eminent Christian man (Lord Westbury)
Anonymous
He has succeeded in volunteering (Viscount Ranelagh)
Anonymous
A living monument of English injustice (The Nawab Nazim of Bengal, Behar, and Orissa)
Anonymous
The representative of Romance (Lord Lytton)
Anonymous
It is hardly to be believed that two political leaders should fall out only because th ...
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The most popular of princes has married the most popular of princesses. (Prince Teck)
Anonymous
An exceptional Irishman (Lord Dufferin)
Anonymous
Baronet or butcher (Sir Roger Doughly Tichborne)
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Now I want to know (Alderman Lusk)
Anonymous
Telegraphs (John Pender)
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Natural Selection (Charles R. Darwin)
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The great believer in Roman Catholicism (George Hammond Whalley)
Anonymous
Ways and Means (John George Dodson)
Anonymous
He might have been a king (Duke of Saldanha, the Portuguese Minister)
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