Mr. Gladstone's Terrible Mistake,
With Apologies to Mr. Pickwick. /
|Main Creator:||Merry, Tom, 1853-1902, artist.|
William Gladstone, British Prime Minister, (1809-1898), wearing a night cap and peeking out from behind the bed curtains at Erin admiring herself in the looking glass. Erin wears a ruffled collar with the words "Plan of Campaign" around her neck and ruffles around her waist with the words "Murder". Several items of clothing lie scattered around the room, each bearing the words "British Rule", "Law & Order", "Rights of property", "Treason. National League" and "Separation".
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[London] : April 23rd, 1887.
St. Stephen's Review Presentation Cartoon, April 23rd 1887.
Published in St. Stephen's Review, April 23rrd, 1887.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 35 x 53 cm..
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|PD St. Stephen's Review 1887 April 23 (A)||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|
Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.