CodeGB/BCA/137
Dates1854-1935
Person NameCarson; Edward Henry Carson, Baron (1854-1935)
SurnameCarson
ForenamesEdward Henry Carson, Baron
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
LSE6699Mr. Hyde - and Dr. Jekyll.David Low (1891-1963)16 Dec 1921LSE6699.jpg 
LSE6409A marriage of convenience.David Low (1891-1963)30 Mar 1920LSE6409.jpg 
LSE6399The Irish Ventriloquist.David Low (1891-1963)08 Sep 1920LSE6399.jpg 
LSE6456"Peace and Permanent Settlement." "I have seen the suggestion made in various quarters that there should be a truce - or what is called a Truce of God - in Ireland." Sir Edward Carson.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1920LSE6456.jpg 
LSE6423Playthings.David Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1920LSE6423.jpg 
LSE6437The Target.David Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1920LSE6437.jpg 
LSE6424Playthings.David Low (1891-1963)08 Sep 1920LSE6424.jpg 
LSE6429The Equilibrist.David Low (1891-1963)17 Oct 1920LSE6429.jpg 
LSE6447Speeding the dove.David Low (1891-1963)Dec 1920LSE6447.jpg 
LSE6199The New Year's Card Mr. Lloyd George would like.David Low (1891-1963)21 Dec 1919LSE6199.jpg 
LSE6892Low's Spanish Picnic Diary. - No. 1.David Low (1891-1963)22 Dec 1922LSE6892.jpg 
WDN0239Colonel Thunder takes Carson's blood oath.
Colonel Thunder: "Settle the Home Rule Problem, sir! Settle it! Revolutionary rot, sir!! Hasn't the Home Rule Problem existed as long as we can remember, sir? Then damme, sir, let us have no tampering with Established Things!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)11 March 1914WDN0239.jpg 
WDN0446Bullet v. Ballot - a lesson for workers
Asquith: "Sir, no drawing back is possible, the ballot box is behind me!"
Carson: "But the bullet box is behind me!"
Asquith: "Indeed, why did you not tell me sooner? We must reconsider our decision."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)23 July 1914WDN0446.jpg 
WDN0440Carson
We invite the Politician to consider why his place in the popular credit is such that, even when we recognise that he has undeniable hordes of undeniably armed men behind him, we find ourselves no nearer to taking the modern Politician seriously.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)14 July 1914WDN0440.jpg 
SBD1323Stormont - Agreement at lastSteve Bell08 May 2014SBD1323.jpg 
DL3140Applicants for the jobDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1934 - 31 Dec 1934DL3140.jpg 
GS0054Second round. Now then Herbert. Pull yourself together. The last round.Sidney 'George' StrubeMay 1914GS0054.jpg 
WDN0466"When two lions roar along the shore - "
["While I would at the present moment decry any action which would cause embarrassment even to the present Government that I loathe - (cheers) - at the same time I undertake when we have beaten Germany we will turn again and defend Ulster, and we will beat Ulster's enemies also, and the first act of your Provisional Government will be to repeal the Home Rule Bill so far as it concerns Ulster. (Loud cheers.) Yes, and we will do it, not by a scrap of paper, but, if necessary, by our brave Volunteers." - Sir Edward Carson, who evidently does not so much want to end the horrors of the war on the Continent as to transplant them to Ulster.]
William (Emperor of Germany): "And we built so much on you in Potsdam!"
Edward (the Black Prince of Ulster): "Ah, misguided rival. Do you not see that this little Europe is too small for two such War Lords as we! Just wait until you are broken, and then - !!!!
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)03 Oct 1914WDN0466.jpg 
LSE6398The Government proposes to enrol "well-disposed persons" in Ireland.David Low (1891-1963)10 Sep 1920LSE6398.jpg 
LSE6680Peace on Earth.David Low (1891-1963)10 Nov 1921LSE6680.jpg 
WH0778Simple life antidote to war worry [on reverse]W.K. Haselden06 May 1915WH0778.jpg 
LSE1832An unforgettable sight.David Low (1891-1963)17 May 1932LSE1832.jpg 
AH0426The Talks - at one stage in the Chequers talks, the two Prime Ministers were reported to be alone.Arthur Horner28 Jan 1950 - 31 Dec 1975AH0426.jpg 
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