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The Times commenting on Mr. Chamberlain's speech says: - It looks as if Mr. Chamberlain has been stirred to something like emulation by the recent proofs of Mr. Parnell's success as leader of the Irish masses.
Brumagem Joe (to a lot of English roughs and chaw-bacons).-"Here, my noble Britons! I have traced out for you what, as Freemen, you should have, and nothing less! Am I not a great and an original statesman?" / Pat (in the crowd).-"Bedad [sic] you are nothing of the sort ; shure [sic] it's only imitating Charlie Parnell you are, but the resemblance would be stronger if you had to put in three months in Kilmainham for unfurlin' that flag."
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[Dublin] : [P.J. Gormley], 24th January, 1885.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman of 24th January, 1885. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 43.0x28.0 cm..
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