ILLUSTRATIONS
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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS IN 1860 Frontispiece
From an engraving by T. O. Barlow after the painting by J. Phillip.
HON. HENRY TEMPLE AND HON. ELIZABETH TEMPLE, 179424
From an anonymous painting executed at Munich, now at Broadlands.
VISCOUNT PALMERSTON, 180644
From the painting by T. Heaphy, now at Broadlands.
HON. EMILY LAMB, circa 180468
From the painting by Sir T. Lawrence, now at Broadlands.
VISCOUNT PALMERSTON, circa 1820102
From the painting by Sir T. Lawrence, now at Broadlands.
VISCOUNT PALMERSTON, 1833188
From the painting by Sir G. Hayter, now at Broadlands.
LORD PALMERSTON'S HANDWRITING200
Facsimile of a letter in the Bowood Papers.
SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS (QUEEN VICTORIA, LORD MELBOURNE AND LORD PALMERSTON), 1837214
From a lithograph by J. Doyle in the British Museum.
VISCOUNT PALMERSTON, 1841252
From an anonymous lithograph at Broadlands.
THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER (LORD PALMERSTON), 1842262
From a lithograph by J. Doyle at Broadlands.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Palmerston 1
  • War Office 55
  • Interlude 133
  • Foreign Office 155
  • Home Office 355
  • Prime Minister 399
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