The National Schoolmaster.
Sir James Graham receiving the Dublin Deputation to invite the queen to Ireland.
Sir James Graham, Home Secretary, (1792-1861), in the role of a schoolmaster, seated at desk with cane beside him. The "National Education Bill" is on the desk in front of him. Sir James Graham receives the Dublin Deputation, while behind his chair Daniel O'Connell sits, saying "I'm not going to be quiet while I get my pocket-money every week. Hurrah for Repale". On the walls of the school are posters "Maynooth Gran" and "Ireland".
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[London] : 7th June, 1845.
Illustration from "The Great Gun", 7th June 1845.
Physical description: 1 print : wood engraving ; 22.4 x 19 cm..
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|PD 2120 TX (2) 30||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.