Poem, The Battle of Bradlaugh

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1880s

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The poem titled: The Battle of Bradlaugh was written by William J Webb.
It begins:

Good people! lend your ear, I pray
And hear what passed the other day,
When Bradlaugh sought the Commons' doors,
Defying Speaker, House and laws.

The House forbade him, as you know,
His face within their walls to show;
Until this Session should be o'er,
He might not pass beyond the door.

The poem is about Charles Bradlaugh and English politics in the 1880s.
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Handwritten on paper with black ink. There is black edging around the first page.
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Paper: Height x Width: 180 x 114mm
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Subject date
1880s
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from the estate of Miss Elizabeth Webb
Other number(s)
m99/78/100, 76528

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