"Independence not seperation."
John Bull.-"I swear by the Eternal Jingo, much as I hate you, I will never consent to our 'Seperation.' ".
Pat.-"Look here, Bull, you're only making an ass of yourself ; don't you see that unfortunately we can never be seperated, our Premises are built too close for that, but that's no reason you should meddle in my domestic affairs, and for the future, myself and Biddy here, will manage our own little house, and you and Sawney can look after your own place." / Biddy.-"O! Pat, jewel, will you try and keep that noisy, nasty man quiet - he quite upsets me.".
John Bull and a Scottish man in one house argue with Pat and Erin [Biddy] representing Ireland in the adjoining house.
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[Dublin] : [P.J. Gormley], 10th October, 1885.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman 10th October, 1885. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.7x42.1 cm..
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