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Expelled Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 51 pictures in our Expelled collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


RUMP PARLIAMENT SATIRE. The Rump and dreggs of the House of Commons remaining Featured Print

RUMP PARLIAMENT SATIRE. The Rump and dreggs of the House of Commons remaining

RUMP PARLIAMENT SATIRE.
The Rump and dreggs of the House of Commons remaining after the good members were purged out. A playing card satirising the Rump Parliament, the few members who were left after Thomas Pride's expulsion, 1648, of about 140 Presbyterian and Royalist members of Long Parliament

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Our New Watchman, Roosevelt. American cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1884, showing Theodore Roosevelt, then a member of the New York State Legislature, using his Civil Service Reform Bill to remove the corrupt leadership of Tammany Hall, while Governor Grover Cleveland (behind window) looks on approvingly Featured Print

Our New Watchman, Roosevelt. American cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1884, showing Theodore Roosevelt, then a member of the New York State Legislature, using his Civil Service Reform Bill to remove the corrupt leadership of Tammany Hall, while Governor Grover Cleveland (behind window) looks on approvingly

ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1884.
'Our New Watchman, Roosevelt. American cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1884, showing Theodore Roosevelt, then a member of the New York State Legislature, using his Civil Service Reform Bill to remove the corrupt leadership of Tammany Hall, while Governor Grover Cleveland (behind window) looks on approvingly

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ACADIAN EXPULSION, 1755. Lieutenant-colonel John Winslow reading the Decree of Expulsion to the French settlers of Acadia in 1755. Wood engraving, American, 19th century Featured Print

ACADIAN EXPULSION, 1755. Lieutenant-colonel John Winslow reading the Decree of Expulsion to the French settlers of Acadia in 1755. Wood engraving, American, 19th century

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