Sir John George Shaw-Lefevre
Caricature portrait of Sir John George Shaw-Lefevre KCB (1797-1879). Shaw-Lefevre was a British barrister, Whig politician, and civil servant. In 1834, following the Poor Law Amendment Act, he was appointed as a Poor Law Commissioner. He helped found the University of London and was its Vice-Chancellor for many years
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Mr. E. F. Knight, war correspondent of the Morning Post
Edward Frederick (E.F.) Knight (23 April 1852 3 July 1925), English barrister, soldier, journalist, and author of 20 books, many based on his dispatches as a war correspondent. Worked for The Times and then the Morning Post for whom he was covering the Second Boer War when he was injured during Lord Methuen's first engagement at Belmont.
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Caricature of Montagu Williams, actor, playwright and lawyer
Caricature of Montagu Stephen Williams (1835-1892), English actor, playwright, barrister, magistrate and teacher. A commentary on a libel case between Henry Labouchere, the proprietor and editor of Truth magazine, and Edward Levy-Lawson of the Daily Telegraph. "If Mr. Montagu Williams wants to shoot you Mr. Labouchere, don't you encourage his fire-eating propensity."
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