"There is no place like home"
(Suggested by Landseer's picture).
Caricature of Daniel O'Connell, M.P., (1775-1847), with a dog's body, at the entrance to his kennel "Merrion Sqr". In front of him is a plate of money "Rent". In foreground is a snail "Repale".
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[London] : 21st May, 1845.
Illustration from "Great Gun", 21st May, 1845.
Printed text l.c.: Mr. Hume will move for a call of the House. He wishes to call spirits form the deep; but will they come when he calls them? Dan says no. Whilst Repale [sic] is creeping at a snail's pace, the Rent is pouring in into his plate, and he will therfore not quit his kennel in Merrion-square. He will not accept the parliamentary invitation to "Come o'er the sea," but will warble in Tara's-hall "Home, sweet home! there is no place like home."
Physical description: 1 print : wood engraving ; 21.2 x 21.7 cm..
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