[The triumphal procession following Daniel O'Connell's release from Richmond Penitentiary, September 1844].
Daniel O'Connell is paraded up Sackville Street [now O'Connell Street], Dublin with Nelson's Pillar in the distance; crowds are shown lining the street, doffing their hats and cheering while banners are held by those in the procession in front of O'Connell and his chariot - they read [right to left] "O'Connell My Liberator", "O'Connell and Repeal", "O'Connell & Reform", "A Nation brave / Who justly do agree / Have but to will it / And they must be free".
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[S.l. : s.n., n.d., ca. 1844?].
Formerly held at PD HP (1844) 4.
Physical description: 1 print : engraving ; 20 x 33.8 cm.
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