Who are "we"?, study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; the front Opposition bench in the Lords, its occupants listening to Ellenborough who speaks from the bench behind, in front Lord Londonderry, Aberdeen, Wellington, Kenyon saying "we! we.. Who does he mean", Roden, Mansfield saying "aye that I want to know Who are we?", and Newcastle, Wynford and Winchelsea (?) behind. 1832 Pen and black ink with graphite Verso: A constitutional tilt; Lord Holland to l and Lord Wynford to r, both gouty and supported on crutches, face each other, each using the crutch as a foil in a mild fencing match. 1832 Pen and black ink and graphite
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