[Man wearing a hat and overcoat, sitting beside a table in a street, with posters referring to Daniel O'Connell on the wall behind him]
Another poster on the wall bears the word "Taxes".
On the wall behind the seated man is a poster with the text stating: "A Public meeting will be held this day at Mechanics Insti[tute] ... Political Union D. O'Connell in the chair".
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[ca. between 1815 and 1847].
Unlike most caricatures of the time, it is not a good likeness of Daniel O'Connell (1775-1847). Perhpas it is not meant to represent O'Connell, but to show instead "the deluded Irish peasant" who fell for his "propaganda".
Physical description: 1 drawing : pencil ; 14.4 x 22.3 cm..
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