The Queen. The Prince of Wales. Lord Beaconsfield. M. Gambetta. Mr. Gladstone. The editor of the 'Times.' Sir C. Dilke. Prince Bismark. Lord Salisbury. Mr. J. Cowen. Mr. Bright. Lord Derby. Sir W. Harcourt Mr. E. Jenkins. Mr. Cross
Griffith & Farran, 1880
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