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- Rt. Hon. G.J. Goschen.
- [Illustrated at left] Ape. June 12, 1869. "The Theory of Foreign Exchanges." $55
- Rt. Hon. Robert Lowe.
- Ape. February 27, 1869. "An enemy to democracy, yet a professor of liberal principles, which tend to democracy; the combination will one day make him Prime Minister of England." $55
- Rt. Hon. Hugh C.E. Childers.
- Ape. June 19, 1869. "A returned colonist." $55
- Sir Stafford Northcote.
- Ape. October 8, 1870. "He does his duty to his party, and is fortunate if it happens to be also his duty to his country." $55
- Rt. Hon. George Ward Hunt.
- Ape. March 11, 1871. "The fat of the land." $55
- Lord Randolph Henry Spencer-Churchill, M.P.
- Spy. July 10, 1880. “a younger Son.” $150
- Charles Thomson Ritchie, M.P.
- Ape. October 31, 1885. "Sugar Bounties." $55
- Austen Chamberlain, M.P.
- Spy. August 3, 1899. "East Worcestershire." Staple holes in top left corner, in title. $55
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