The Truth about Ireland
Mr. Stead, the editor of the Pall Mall Gazette visits us to ascertain for himself "The Truth about Ireland.".
He adopts his usual method of the "Universal Interview," and sees all sorts and conditions of men. The popular leaders advise him to go to the country and investigate the facts for himself. The landlords present him with their picture of the Irish Tenant.
William Stead (1849 <U+2013> 1912), editor of the radical London paper - the Pall Mall Gazette, stands with journal in one hand and is confronted with the <U+2018>popular leaders<U+2019> -Parnell and Thomas Sexton. Behind Stead lies a devastated rural landscape - an eviction takes place in the background <U+2013> A fat landlord shows in a picture of penniless landlord and a rich tenant.
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[Dublin] : [P.J. Gormley], 9th October, 1886.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman 9th October, 1886. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.5x42.7cm..
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