The new plantation
Rackrenting Landlord.-"Look here, Bull - Those wretched Irish tenants of mine are so ungrateful that they got almost starved to spite me, and I after giving them this splendid land and these 'gentlemanly residences' to live in - and all I asked in return was enough to keep me going in London, and to play a little at Baccarat - Now, I want you and McPherson to take their places and help me to get on as formerly.".
Farmer Bull.-"I have found you out to be a bad lot, but I did not think you were as bad as this - Why I would not give you a farthing an acre for this so-called land, and I would not shelter my Pigs in that hut from a shower of rain." / Mc Pherson.-"Stand awa' back a wee, Maister Bull, and let me gie him ma answer.".
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[Dublin] : [P.J. Gormley], 1st June, 1889.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman 1st June, 1889. Price Three Half-Pence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.8x43.5cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1889 June 1 (A)||
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