<< YCBA Home Yale Center for British Art Yale Center for British Art << YCBA Home

YCBA Collections Search

Search Constraints

Search Results

Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'The Hertford Property'. .Sir Richard Wallace. 29 November 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'The Hertford Property'. .Sir Richard Wallace. 29 November 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Literary; 'Adjutant -General of the Forces', Sir Richard Airey, July 19, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Literary; 'Adjutant -General of the Forces', Sir Richard Airey, July 19, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Constable of the Tower', L.N. Gomm, August 30, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Constable of the Tower', L.N. Gomm, August 30, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Peterborough'. Mr. Alpheus Cleophas Morton. 15 June 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Peterborough'. Mr. Alpheus Cleophas Morton. 15 June 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Our Eastern Policy'. Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson. 12 June 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Our Eastern Policy'. Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson. 12 June 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'The Infant Samuel'. Mr. Samuel Laing. 16 August 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'The Infant Samuel'. Mr. Samuel Laing. 16 August 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Musicians; 'Sweet Sounds', Sir J. Benedict, September 27, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Musicians; 'Sweet Sounds', Sir J. Benedict, September 27, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'He endowed Persia with a National Debt', Nassar-ed-din, The Shah of Persia, July 5, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'He endowed Persia with a National Debt', Nassar-ed-din, The Shah of Persia, July 5, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Slave Trade'. Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere. September 20, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Slave Trade'. Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere. September 20, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Home-Rule'. Mr. Isaac Butt. May 3, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Home-Rule'. Mr. Isaac Butt. May 3, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'and Stratheden'. Lord Campbell and Stratheden. October 4, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'and Stratheden'. Lord Campbell and Stratheden. October 4, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Artists. 'The Derby-Day'. Mr. William P. Frith. 10 May 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Artists. 'The Derby-Day'. Mr. William P. Frith. 10 May 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Legal; 'Scotch Law', Lord Colnsay, September 13, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Legal; 'Scotch Law', Lord Colnsay, September 13, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Literary; 'Notes and Queries', Dr. John Doran, December 6, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Literary; 'Notes and Queries', Dr. John Doran, December 6, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Businessmen and Empire Builders. Statesmne no.146 'The King of Wales, Sir Watkins Williams-Wynn'. 14 June 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Businessmen and Empire Builders. Statesmne no.146 'The King of Wales, Sir Watkins Williams-Wynn'. 14 June 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Has kept his seat for six-and twenty years'. The Rt. Hon. Thomas Emerson Headlam. April 19, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Has kept his seat for six-and twenty years'. The Rt. Hon. Thomas Emerson Headlam. April 19, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Artists. 'Historic Art'. Mr. G.W. Ward. 20 December 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Artists. 'Historic Art'. Mr. G.W. Ward. 20 December 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Literary; 'The Competition Wallah', Mr. George Otto Trevelyan, August 2, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Literary; 'The Competition Wallah', Mr. George Otto Trevelyan, August 2, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Literary; 'A Feminine Philosopher', John Struart Mill, March 29, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Literary; 'A Feminine Philosopher', John Struart Mill, March 29, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Black Rod'. Sir Augustus William James Clifford. October 11, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Black Rod'. Sir Augustus William James Clifford. October 11, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'A message from the Queen'. The Rt. Hon. Lord Otho Augustus Fitzgerald. August 9, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'A message from the Queen'. The Rt. Hon. Lord Otho Augustus Fitzgerald. August 9, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Board of Works.' Colonel James MacNaughton Hogg. 15 November 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Board of Works.' Colonel James MacNaughton Hogg. 15 November 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Shipping Officials; 'He built the Alabama and the Captain', Mr. John Laird, May 17, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Shipping Officials; 'He built the Alabama and the Captain', Mr. John Laird, May 17, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'A good fellow'. Lord Colville of Colross. July 26, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'A good fellow'. Lord Colville of Colross. July 26, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Noisy Tom'. Sir Thomas Collins. September 6, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Noisy Tom'. Sir Thomas Collins. September 6, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The most popular man in the House od Commons'. Mr. Robert Dalglish. June 7, 1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The most popular man in the House od Commons'. Mr. Robert Dalglish. June 7, 1873
1873
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward One of a set; VANITY FAIR, Ambassadors to England: The German Ambassador, Count George Herbert Munster, 23 December 1876 (with biography)
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
One of a set; VANITY FAIR, Ambassadors to England: The German Ambassador, Count George Herbert Munster, 23 December 1876 (with biography)
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Henry', Major-General Sir Henry Percival De Bathe, November 18, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Henry', Major-General Sir Henry Percival De Bathe, November 18, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Victoria and Geneva Crosses', Colonel Robert James Lloyd Lindsay, November 4, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Victoria and Geneva Crosses', Colonel Robert James Lloyd Lindsay, November 4, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Swell of the Ocean', Admiral Frederick Beauchamp Paget-Seymour, September 9, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Swell of the Ocean', Admiral Frederick Beauchamp Paget-Seymour, September 9, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Newspapermen; 'Punch', M. Ian Taylor, March 11, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Newspapermen; 'Punch', M. Ian Taylor, March 11, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'the Vice-Emress'. Lord Lytton. 18 March 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'the Vice-Emress'. Lord Lytton. 18 March 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Good Looks', Viscount Cole, October 7, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Good Looks', Viscount Cole, October 7, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'of Muckross'. Mr. Henry Arthur Herbert. 24 June 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'of Muckross'. Mr. Henry Arthur Herbert. 24 June 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Vice-Commodore', The Marquess of Londonderry, November 11, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Vice-Commodore', The Marquess of Londonderry, November 11, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'A Younger Son', Colonel Charles Napier Sturt, November 25, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'A Younger Son', Colonel Charles Napier Sturt, November 25, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'an elder son.' Viscount MacDuff. 16 December 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'an elder son.' Viscount MacDuff. 16 December 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Doctors and Scientists. 'Hydropathy'. James Manby Gully. 5 August 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Doctors and Scientists. 'Hydropathy'. James Manby Gully. 5 August 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Explorers and Inventors. 'He walked across Africa'. Lieutenant Cameron. 15 July 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Explorers and Inventors. 'He walked across Africa'. Lieutenant Cameron. 15 July 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'British rule in India'. The Earl of Northbrook. 9 December 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'British rule in India'. The Earl of Northbrook. 9 December 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'A Future Commander-in-Chief', H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, June 17, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'A Future Commander-in-Chief', H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, June 17, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Horseflesh', The Earl of Portsmouth, July 1, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Horseflesh', The Earl of Portsmouth, July 1, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Horses', The Earl of Rosebery, June 3, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Horses', The Earl of Rosebery, June 3, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Steward'. Viscount Midleton. 6 May 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Steward'. Viscount Midleton. 6 May 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Theatre; 'A Spelling Bee', Mr. John Laurence Toole, July 29, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Theatre; 'A Spelling Bee', Mr. John Laurence Toole, July 29, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'The Duke of Sport', The Duke of Beaufort, September 30, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'The Duke of Sport', The Duke of Beaufort, September 30, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Teachers and Headmasters; 'Goody', Reverand C. O. Goodford, January 22, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Teachers and Headmasters; 'Goody', Reverand C. O. Goodford, January 22, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Southwark'. Mr. Marcus Beresford. May 13, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Southwark'. Mr. Marcus Beresford. May 13, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - "shipping'. Lord Eslington. June 10, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - "shipping'. Lord Eslington. June 10, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair- 'The Little Rascal'. Lord Charles William de la Poer Beresford. August 12, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair- 'The Little Rascal'. Lord Charles William de la Poer Beresford. August 12, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'Greece', H.M. Christian William Ferdinand Adolphus George, King of Greece
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'Greece', H.M. Christian William Ferdinand Adolphus George, King of Greece
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'High Church'. Rev. Cary Liddon. 16 September 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'High Church'. Rev. Cary Liddon. 16 September 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Horse Trainers; 'Petrarch', Viscount Dupplin, September 23, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Horse Trainers; 'Petrarch', Viscount Dupplin, September 23, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Legal; 'An Astute Lawyer', George Henry Lewis, September 2, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Legal; 'An Astute Lawyer', George Henry Lewis, September 2, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'Greek'. Rev. Benjamin Jowett. 26 February 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'Greek'. Rev. Benjamin Jowett. 26 February 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Mouldy' The Earl of Powis. 27 May 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Mouldy' The Earl of Powis. 27 May 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'In waiting.' The earl of Roden. 20 May 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'In waiting.' The earl of Roden. 20 May 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Hook and Eye'. Lord Vivian. 19 August 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'Hook and Eye'. Lord Vivian. 19 August 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'An Indian Statesman', Nawab Sir Salar Jung, October 14, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'An Indian Statesman', Nawab Sir Salar Jung, October 14, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Sports, Miscellaneous: Gymnast; 'Fred', Captain Frederick G. Burnaby, December 2, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Sports, Miscellaneous: Gymnast; 'Fred', Captain Frederick G. Burnaby, December 2, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Theatre; 'Amateur Theatricals', Viscount Newry and Morne, October 28, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Theatre; 'Amateur Theatricals', Viscount Newry and Morne, October 28, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Customs'. Lord Cottesloe. July 22, 1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Customs'. Lord Cottesloe. July 22, 1876
1876
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Odo - The Rt. Hon. Lord Odo William Leopold Russell. 28 July 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Odo - The Rt. Hon. Lord Odo William Leopold Russell. 28 July 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Ambassador to the Porte - The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry George Elliot. 17 March 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Ambassador to the Porte - The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry George Elliot. 17 March 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward One of a set; VANITY FAIR, Ambassadors to England: A Manipulator of Phrases, General Ignatieff, 14 April 1877 (with biography)
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
One of a set; VANITY FAIR, Ambassadors to England: A Manipulator of Phrases, General Ignatieff, 14 April 1877 (with biography)
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Bobby'. The Hon. Robert Bourke. April 28, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Bobby'. The Hon. Robert Bourke. April 28, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Criminal. 'The Tun of Frauds'. Harry Benson. 29 September 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Criminal. 'The Tun of Frauds'. Harry Benson. 29 September 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'The Lord Chamberlain.' The Marquess of Hertferd. 7 April 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'The Lord Chamberlain.' The Marquess of Hertferd. 7 April 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Royal Borough', Mr. Robert Richardson-Gardner, February 17, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Royal Borough', Mr. Robert Richardson-Gardner, February 17, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Beau Ideal', Lieutenant-General Sir Alfred Hastings Horsford, February 3, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Beau Ideal', Lieutenant-General Sir Alfred Hastings Horsford, February 3, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'A Soldier', General Lord George Augustus Frederick Paget, October 13, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'A Soldier', General Lord George Augustus Frederick Paget, October 13, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'the Manchester School.' Mr. Thomas Bayley Potter'. 2 June 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'the Manchester School.' Mr. Thomas Bayley Potter'. 2 June 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'The Student Prince', H.R.H. Prince Leopold, April 21, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'The Student Prince', H.R.H. Prince Leopold, April 21, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Sports, Miscellaneous: Sport Riders; 'Jim', Mr. James Lowther, December 8, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Sports, Miscellaneous: Sport Riders; 'Jim', Mr. James Lowther, December 8, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Never Bets', Viscount Falmouth, September 1, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'Never Bets', Viscount Falmouth, September 1, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'The Mate', Sir John Dugdale Astley, November 17, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'The Mate', Sir John Dugdale Astley, November 17, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'our Joe'. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain. January 27, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'our Joe'. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain. January 27, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Irish obstruction'. Mr. Joseph Gillis Biggar. July 21, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Irish obstruction'. Mr. Joseph Gillis Biggar. July 21, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Apostle to the Women'. Mr. Jacob Bright. 1 May 5, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Apostle to the Women'. Mr. Jacob Bright. 1 May 5, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Clever'. Mr. William Bromley Davenport. May 12, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'Clever'. Mr. William Bromley Davenport. May 12, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'The Empire', H.I.H. The Prince Imperial, Eugene Louis Jean Joseph, July 14, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'The Empire', H.I.H. The Prince Imperial, Eugene Louis Jean Joseph, July 14, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Wagerers; 'The Leviathan', Mr. Steel, October 27, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Wagerers; 'The Leviathan', Mr. Steel, October 27, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Artists. 'Sensational art'. M. Paul Gustave Dore. 15 September 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Artists. 'Sensational art'. M. Paul Gustave Dore. 15 September 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'An Irish Property'. The Marquis of Headfort. March 31, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'An Irish Property'. The Marquis of Headfort. March 31, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Freemasons; 'Younger Son', Lord Henry Frederick Thynne, May 26, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Freemasons; 'Younger Son', Lord Henry Frederick Thynne, May 26, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Artists. 'a Sculpture'. Lord Ronld Charles Sutherland Levenson Gower. 18 August 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Artists. 'a Sculpture'. Lord Ronld Charles Sutherland Levenson Gower. 18 August 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Literary; 'Poetry', Sir Francis Charles Doyle, November 24, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Literary; 'Poetry', Sir Francis Charles Doyle, November 24, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Artists. 'Val'. Mr. Valentine C. Prinsep. 13 January 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Artists. 'Val'. Mr. Valentine C. Prinsep. 13 January 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'Tracts for the times'. Cardinal Newman. 20 January 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'Tracts for the times'. Cardinal Newman. 20 January 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair 'the pattern Private Secretary'. Mr. Montague William Corry. March 3, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair 'the pattern Private Secretary'. Mr. Montague William Corry. March 3, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Dowager'. The Rt. Hon. Lord Claud Hamilton. March 10, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Dowager'. The Rt. Hon. Lord Claud Hamilton. March 10, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'The Christian martyr'. Rev. Arthur Tooth. 10 February 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Clergy. 'The Christian martyr'. Rev. Arthur Tooth. 10 February 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'The Fourth Duke', The Duke of Cleveland, August 4, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Royalty; 'The Fourth Duke', The Duke of Cleveland, August 4, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'The Turf', Lord Dorchester, March 24, 1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'The Turf', Lord Dorchester, March 24, 1877
1877
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'A General', General Sir Charles Hastings Doyle, March 23, 1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'A General', General Sir Charles Hastings Doyle, March 23, 1878
1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Dan', Major General Sir Daniel Lysons, April 13, 1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Dan', Major General Sir Daniel Lysons, April 13, 1878
1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Theatre; 'Spencer', The Hon. Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby-Fane, January 26, 1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Theatre; 'Spencer', The Hon. Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby-Fane, January 26, 1878
1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Admiral', Sir James Dalrymple Horn Elphinstone, July 6, 1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'The Admiral', Sir James Dalrymple Horn Elphinstone, July 6, 1878
1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Politicians. 'Ginx's Baby'. Mr Edward Jenkins. 31 August 1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Vanity Fair - Politicians. 'Ginx's Baby'. Mr Edward Jenkins. 31 August 1878
1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'the Colonies'. The Duke of Manchester. 28 December 1878
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
Politicians - Vanity Fair. 'the Colonies'. The Duke of Manchester. 28 December 1878
1878