The point of the speech
Premier.-"Now, then, take this Bill and swallow it whole ; no trying or testing if it, but shut your eyes and down with it, or by St. Stephen's I'll carve you in atoms with this sword.".
Farmer-"Oh! murther in Irish, are you that chap that does be abusing other people for violence and intimidation? Be japersm it's yourself is the most cross-grained, ill-tempered ould [sic] man I met for may a day. But for all that, I'll not swally the Bill, or anything else, till I taste it furst [sic].".
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[Dublin] : James J. Lalor, October 15th, 1881.
Supplement to the Weekly Freeman of Oct. 15th, 1881.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 28.7 x 22.8 cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1881 October 15 (A)||
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