Breaking up for the vacation, study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; Queen Victoria saying "Good-bye boys! [...]" to her ministers as they leave for their holidays on the coach, driven by O'Connell and inscribed "WEST [...]", Wellington stands behind the Queen, Brougham holds out his hat, with Howick and Wood looking on. 1840 Pen and brown ink and graphite Verso: Playing at nine pins, and a sketch for 'Vacation Amusements, No 4'; Sir James Graham and Lord Stanley, the figure of Stanley sketched twice; sketch of figures in artistic activities, inscribed with speech. 1840 Graphite
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