Weapons from Woodford. To the Electors of Deptford. Vote for Blunt, Boycotting and Bloodshed.
Coffins on the ground with names of Finlay, Linton, Wallace, Blake, Burke, Dempsey, and Connor inscribed on them. Above the coffin of Finlay a whole arsenal of weapons, held up by a gun and pitchfork, with the words "Murder", "Violence", "Outrage", "Lawlessness", "Resistance to Law" written on them. At the top of the weapons is a skull and crossbones with the words "Boycotting" and "Exclusive Dealing" inscribed on them. A kettle of boiling water and a bucket of hot tar are placed on either side of the skull.
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[Dublin] ; [London] : [Thomas Arden?], 3rd March, 1888.
Blunt probably refers to William Scawen Blunt, a Tory M.P. of the time.
Supplement Gratis with The Union. Saturday, March 3rd, 1888.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 44.4 x 28.8 cm..
Reproduction Note: Neg. No.: 22676.
Attributed to "Lex" aka Richard Thomas Moynan, (1856-1906).