Urbi et orbi
Henry Jeams:-"Russell's tremendous indictment is more terrible for us than the exposure of our Forgeries." / Sir Wretched Fibster:-"Don't you see he is wasting his eloquence. "Old friend," Walter, Smith, and myself, knew how to choose our judges." / John Bull (all attention):-"Hush, you poor fools. Not for you or your Judges, but for Me this wonderful speech is intended. To me it indeed is a thrilling and terrible revelation.".
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[Dublin] : [William O'Brien], April 13th, 1889.
Supplement Gratis with "United Ireland". Saturday, April 13th, 1889
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 26.8x38.2cm..
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|United Ireland 1889 April 13 (A)||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.