The Orange Jack the giant killer
Mr. Cobain, M.P., in addressing a meeting of Orangemen at Belfast, says that the Loyalists of Ireland are determined to oppose Home Rule to the death, and that before it is granted they will meet their foes man to man and rifle to rifle, and to prove to the world that the Protestants of Ulster and of Ireland are animated by warlike spirit of their ancestors.-Daily Express/
J. D. Reigh.
|Main Creator:||Reigh, John D., fl. 1875-ca. 1914, artist.|
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[Dublin] : [William O'Brien], Feb. 13th, 1886
Supplement Gratis with "United Ireland". Saturday, Feb. 13th, 1886.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.3x26.0 cm..
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|United Ireland 1886 February 13 (A)||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.