'Swing Caught at Last', 1835. Former Lord Chancellor Henry Brougham stands in the dock, as Sir Robert Peel explains his crime of 'incendiarism' to 'judge' King William IV. On the right is the Duke of Wellington. Satirical cartoon on British politics by 'H.B.' (John Doyle). [Thomas McLean, London, 1835]

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'Swing Caught at Last', 1835. Former Lord Chancellor Henry Brougham stands in the dock, as Sir Robert Peel explains his crime of 'incendiarism' to 'judge' King William IV. On the right is the Duke of Wellington. Satirical cartoon on British politics by 'H.B.' (John Doyle). [Thomas McLean, London, 1835]

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