Sir John Campbell, Attorney General, sits with his wife, Lady Stratheden, who holds up a crown of the peerage

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Sir John Campbell, Attorney General, sits with his wife, Lady Stratheden, who holds up a crown of the peerage. Coloured lithograph by HB (John Doyle), 1836. Wrapped around the tree is a serpent with the head of Lord Melbourne. The tree also contains the portrait of William IV. Sir John Campbell (1807–1855), on failing to become Master of the Rolls, resolved to resign but gave way to a promise that in recognition of his services, his wife should be raised to the peerage. Created 30 January 1836. Contributors: John Doyle (1797–1868). Work ID: yqbetktt.

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