First meeting after the release from captivity of the seven repeal martyrs, Sept. 9. 1844. /
Designed & Lithogd. by A. O'Driscoll STA. ; Published by W.J. Kelly, 18 Nassau St. Dublin.
|Main Creator:||O'Driscroll, Alexander, lithographer.|
Daniel O'Connell, (1775-1847), M.P., addressing meeting of supporters at Conciliation Hall, headquarters of the Repeal Association, Burgh Quay, Dublin. 5 days earlier the House of Lords had reversed the judgement against O'Connell and others.
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Dublin : W.J. Kelly, Nassau St., Dublin 1844., [n.d., ca. 1844].
Printed l.c. on sheet in italics: Respectfully Dedicated to Daniel O'Connell Esqr. M.P. by the Publisher.
Inscribed in pencil l.l. on sheet: 1. O'Connell; 2. W.S. O'Brien; 3. H. Grattan; 4. Duffy; 5. John O'Connell; 6. Gray; 7. T. Steel; 8. T.M. Ray.
Inscribed in ink l.r. on sheet by Thomas Matthew Ray, (): 1. The Liberator; 2. W.S. O'Brien; 3. [blank]; 4. Henry Grattan; 5. C.G. Duffy; 6. John Augustus O'Neill; 7. Dr. Gray; 8. Richd. Barrett; 9. [blank]; 10. John O'Connell; 11. Tom Steele; 12. Sir Tierny O'Brien, Ld. Mayor, Chairman; 13. T.M. Ray, Secretary. The Likenesses are not very good, but sufficiently evident. T.M. Ray.
Printed l.l. on sheet: Proof.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; image 24 x 32.5 cm., sheet 29.7 x 35.2 cm..
Attributed to Alexander O'Driscoll.
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