Roundell Palmer Original Vanity Fair Print 1872
Original Lithograph of the Earl of Selborne with the caption at the bottom of the print: He Refused Woolsack and voted against the disestablishment of the Irish Church
Selborne was born at Mixbury in Oxfordshire, where his father William Jocelyn Palmer was rector. His mother Dorothea was daughter of the Rev. William Roundell of Gledstone Hall, Yorkshire; and William Palmer and Edwin Palmer were his brothers. He was educated at Rugby School and Winchester College. He proceeded to the University of Oxford (entering Christ Church, moving to Trinity College upon receiving a scholarship, and becoming a Fellow of Magdalen College), graduating BA in 1834 and MA in 1836. While at University he became a close friend of the hymn writer and theologian, Frederick William Faber. He was called to the bar in 1837.
Published: 16-Mar-1872 Signed by: Unsigned .
Dimensions approximately 23cm x 35cm. Free postage to mainland UK. Overseas buyers please contact us to agree shipping.