Lord John Russell in fetters, as Filch, dances while Daniel O'Connell, on the left, represents Peachum and Joseph …

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Lord John Russell in fetters, as Filch, dances while Daniel O'Connell, on the left, represents Peachum and Joseph Hume, on the right, Lockitt. Coloured lithograph by HB (John Doyle), 1836. In the background are the countenances of Thomas Spring-Rice and Lords Morpeth and Melbourne. This sketch merely follows up the often repeated charge that Mininsters wore the chains of Daniel O'Connell. Created 10 August 1836. Contributors: John Doyle (1797–1868). Work ID: wdamr7y7.

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