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Reference Name MLL11823

'William Gladstone's visit to Lincoln'; he is just visible amongst a large crowd of men, talking in support of the extension of the voting franchise to all farmworkers irrespective of the rent they paid; railway carriages in background

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Period: 1895


Hardy and Moreland, Grantham Street, Lincoln

Location: Lincoln, political associations, railways

Last updated: 04-November-2015 17:08:20

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