We have digitised a number of portraits of Cardinal Newman but this one is a little different from Batch 9.
A chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 20 January 1877. Men of the Day. No. 145. “Tracts for the times.” Caricature by Sir Leslie Ward.
I found this reference to Ward’s caricature in the publication Forty years of “Spy”.
Page 133 – Forty Years of ‘Spy’ – Ward, Leslie – First Published 1915
“Cardinal Newman quite unconsciously placed me in rather an awkward dilemma. At the time when I was anxious to stalk him I heard he was in Birmingham; so I went to Euston Station, and had actually bought my railway ticket when suddenly I caught sight of his Eminence upon the platform. Here was an opportunity not to be missed! I saw him go into the buffet and followed him. He sat down at a small table…
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