The General Election Game. - (The "Irish Chief" has just dealt the Cards)
The G.O.M. to "Brum." Joe. - "That is a poor hand to 'go' on - He must have given those other fellows the Trump Card." / Randy, to Salisbury. - "By Jingo! That is a 'Nap' hand. Go on the Irish Card, and you must win."
Salisbury, Churchill, Gladstone and Chamberlain sitting around a card table draped with the Union Jack. Charles Steward Parnell is the card dealer standing at a table and Salisbury has just been dealt a hand which includes a card labelled "Irish Vote". Other cards include "Church Vote", "Religion", "Schools Vote", "Whig Vote", "Athies Vote", "Radical Vote", and "Rough Vote".
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[Dublin] : P.J. Gormley, November 28th, 1885.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.9 x 43 cm..
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|PD Weekly Freeman 1885 November 28 (A)||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|
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