Belgian British Bulldog,
This pocket revolver was made by Webley, famous for their full sized Webley Revolvers, and was chambered in .41 rimfire, .442 Webley, and .450 Adams.
On July 2, 1881 a bulldog was used to assasinate US President James A. Garfield by Charles Guiteau. Guiteau was a lawyer who had been rejected by Garfield for a Federal post. Guiteau originally wanted to buy a pearl gripped revolver because it would look good in a museum, but didn’t want to pay the extra dollar. Guiteau was either rediculously cheap or completely insane, I’m betting on the later.
After the assasination Guiteau’s revolver was placed in the Smithsonian Museum, but was later lost and never recovered.