Tearing off the mask
Mallow (to John Bull)-You have long been blindfolded as to the state of things in Ireland and my sentiments towardsyour placemen. It is high time you were undeceived, and it is my duty to do it.
John Bull-Confound it, madame! you annoy me desperately. You have, it seems, a will of your own. I'll disfranchise you. I'll - I'll - I don't know what I'll do ; but I will do something.
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[Dublin] : James J. Lalor, February 3rd, 1883.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman of February 3rd 1883. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 25.3x26.6cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1883 February 3 (A)||
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