"Naturam Expellas Furca" Hor.
Daniel O'Connell, M.P., (1775-1847), being pinned against a tree by a pitchfork held by Sir Robert Peel, Prime Minister of Great Britain, (1788-1850), while Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, (1769-1852), proceeds to cut O'Connell's tail off.
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[London] : 7th June, 1845.
Illustration from "Joe Miller the Younger", London, 7th June, 1845.
Printed on verso "Dan's invitation to the Queen. (as trifle as it could be) Irish Melody, most respectfully dedicated to F.M. Prince Albert."
Printed text l.c.: "You think you have me treed? cried Dan to Bob, But soon you'll find I'll extricate my nob ... And had they e'en been whetted sharp enough, They couldn't cut - his Irish tail's too tough."
Physical description: 1 print : wood engraving ; 22 x 16.3 cm..