Scenes from the Irish Rebellion of 1798; or, What the Irish loyalists have to expect again if Mr. Gladstone triumphs.
|Main Creator:||Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878, artist.|
Six pages, numbered 3-8, printed at top of each page: Reprinted from St. Stephen's Review. The text below these reprints refers to Gladstone's 2nd Home Rule Bill, introduced in January 1893. No. II. - The Murder of George Crawford and his Granddaughter; No. III. -The Massacre of Scullabogue; No. IV. - Massacre of Protestant Prisoners on the Bridge of Wexford; No. V. - The Rev. Mr. McGhee's House successfully defended against the Rebels; No.VI. Carousal and plunder at the palace of the Bishop of Ferns; No.VII. The murder of Lord Kilwarden
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[n.d., ca. 1893].
PD C31 formerly held at PD HP (1798) 12 (A), PD HP (1798) 12 (B), PD HP (1798) 12 (C), PD HP (1798) 12 (D), PD HP (1798) 14 (A) and PD HP (1798) 30.
Reprints of plates featured in: History of the Irish rebellion in 1798 / W.H. Maxwell. London : Baily, 1845 on pp. 66, 125, 175.
Reprinted from: St. Stephen's Review
Physical description: 6 prints [over 6 pages, numbered 3-8] : line block ; 37.4 x 27 cm.
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