The "Irish Party," with "that brutal cunning characteristic of them" have of late thought it well to observe silence in public matters - The Stupid Party and thier allies, have, of course, mistaken this silence for sleep, and act accordingly.
Burglar Randy.-"Hush! he's sleeping. Now's our time, see It almost in his pocket, let's steal it and away!" / Polisman [sic, Policeman] (peeping in).-"Tut, tut, tut. What's all these goin's on about, at all-all-all? - And there's Holmes that ought to know better, mixin' himself up with those two troublesome chaps. - I must give him a touch of this." / Irish Party.-"I'll show you, my lads, whether I'm sleeping or not.".
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[Dublin] : [P.J. Gormley], 13th March, 1886.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman 13th March, 1886. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.9 x 43.8cm.
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