All that I saw of the Liberator, Mullaghmast
by James Paget.
|Main Creator:||Paget, James.|
Pencil sketch of Daniel O'Connell, (1775-1847), seen from behind sheltering under a large umbrella, at one of the "Monster Meetings" at Mullaghmast, County Kildare, Ireland, held by O'Connell during the frenetic "Repeal of the Union" agitations of 1843. According to a witness, O'Connell is wearing "his furred robe of scarlet, and his gold chain, which he wore as Lord Mayor of Dublin, hung round his neck; he had a little travelling cap on his head...".
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October 1st, 1843.
Drawing pasted on first page of the first volume of "The Liberator: his life and times, political and social" by Mary Francis Cusack, Kenmare Publications (1872), 2 volumes.
Title inscribed in pencil m.c. on image and l.c. on sheet.
Physical description: 1 drawing : pencil ; image 7 x 8.5 cm., pasted on sheet 9.8 x 10.2 cm., pasted on page 22 x 13.8 cm..
Attributed to James Paget as inscribed on the drawing. Could this be John Paget, (1811-1898)?
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|PD 3080 TX||
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