Old and young Ireland - Tom Steele "pacifying" a juvenile repealer (sketched from the Outside of Conciliation Hall).
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[London] : 22nd August, 1846.
Illustration from "Pictorial Times", 22nd August, 1846.
Voice box drawn in ink over the "Juvenile Repealer" by Thomas Steele himself: "No, Mr. Tom Steele. I won't be good; I will be a bad boy!".
Inscribed in blue ink u.r. by Thomas Matthew Ray: "Mr. Steele" playfully wrote this inscription himself" T.M. Ray.
Physical description: 1 print : wood engraving ; 16.8 x 24.4 cm..
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|PD 2120 TX (2) 49(A)||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.