The "Pinch of Hunger" - coming home
Mr. Bull to Bull Sticker .-"I say my fine fellow, if you continue to stop my supply of Irish beef, in a month or two more I won't be the size of a sparrow. Just look at the clothes that a little while ago fitted me like a glove. For 'Eaving's sake have pity on me take down those infernal posters and let me have a good dinner once again.".
Bill Poster-"Oh Mister B. I never intended that you should suffer in this matter. In fact I had hopes that your stock breeders would largely benefit by cutting off the Irish supply: but now from what you tell me, I will immediately take steps to have these objectionable papers removed." / English Butcher-"Hi! hi! Purty fairish beef for five shillings and five and six a pound. Who'll buy.".
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[Dublin] : James J. Lalor, March 29th, 1884.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman of March 29th 1884. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 28.8x43.8cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1884 March 29 (A)||
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