A fellow feeling
Farmer Bull, to Old Clan-rack-hard.-"Look ye here, this sort of thing must stop. How do you expect these poor Irish people to pay you extortionate rents, when I, with all my advantages and privileges, cannot pay mine - don't you see the seasons and competitions are against us?". Clan-rack-hard.-"That is nothing to me, if they don't pay - down come thier roofs. It is English Law, your Law and I will use it to the last." / Farmer Bull.-"Then it must not be for long. Such devilry, whether legal or not, must cease.".
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[Dublin : P.J. Gormley], 8th September, 1888.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman 8th September, 1888. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 43.0 x 29.1cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1888 September 8 (A)||
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