Under Which King?
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The pope stands to the left arguing with members of the Land League while an audience of Irish people look on.
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[Dublin] : James Carlyle, 28th May, 1883.
Text printed l.l.: "It is certainly not forbidden to collect for the relief of distress in Ireland; but at the same time the apostolic mandates absolutely condemn such collections as are raised in order to inflame popular passions, and to be used as the means for leading men into rebellion against the laws." - The Pontiff's Circular.
Text printed l.r.: "We shall regret if we be fated to endure the loss of our most potent and most valuable allies in this movement or in any other movement, but with allies or without them, the movement must go forward." - Mr Sexton's Speech.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 37.6 x 50.9 cm..
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|PD Weekly Freeman 1883 May 26 (A)||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|
Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.