King William IV
|Caption||A Pageant of Kings: William IV -- The Triumph of the Reformers. Accompanied by his Whig Party ministers, William goes to the House of Commons to dissolve Parliament in 1831. Lord Grey (behind the king in our illustration) had asked for the move to be taken after the Tories had defeated the Reform Bill. Original artwork for illustration on p19 of Look and Learn issue no 150. Scanned from transparency.|
|Artist||C L Doughty|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||William IV king royalty monarchy House of Commons Parliament dissolution Lord Grey Robert Peel Tories Whigs|
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