Exorcising a pest.
Ulster to Erin - Oh, Dear Mother, I am so glad to be back with you again : I have been too long the victim of that horrid monster whose sole design was to keep me from your embraces." / Erin -"Welcome to my heart, beloved Daughter. As for this beast, I will soon get rid of him. He is not half so formidable as he would make out. There is more of the Donkey than the Dragon in him. - Avaunt hideous wretch!".
|Main Creator:||O'Hea, J. F. (John Fergus), ca.1838-1922, artist|
Erin holding Ulster and waving the flag of "Nationality" at the fire-breathing dragon of "Orangeism".
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[Dublin] : [James J. Lalor], 3rd November, 1883.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman of November 3rd, 1883. Price three half-pence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 24.7 x 27 cm..
Citations/References: Images of Erin in the Age of Parnell / L. Perry Curtis Jr. National Library of Ireland, 2000 ; (Fig 24) p 39-40.
Attributed to John Fergus O'Hea, (ca. 1838-1922).
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|PD Weekly Freeman 1883 November 3 (A)||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.