A complete change of Ayr
Scottish Ayr (to Gladstone) - "Welcome, Willie ; always welcome in Scotland. One thousand, two hundred and forty welcomes, for Old Lang Syne's sake." ; Gladstone - "Thanks, old friend. This splendid change of Ayr has given me a new lease of life." ; Our private secretary-"I don't like Scotland. I have a pain here. This Ayr don't agree with me at all." ; Harty (disheartened) - "Hold up, you limp-legged rascal. I'll try to support you." ; Chamberlain (the quack) - "Try a small dose of my patent Birmingham 'Moonshine.' It is good for man and beast-especially beast."/
J. D. Reigh.
|Main Creator:||Reigh, John D., fl. 1875-ca. 1914, artist.|
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
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[Dublin] : [William O'Brien], June 23rd, 1888.
Supplement Gratis with "United Ireland". Saturday, June 23rd, 1888.
Physical description: 1 print : col. chromolithograph ; 27.8 x 39.8cm..
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|United Ireland 1888 June 23 (A)||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.