"I asked for bread and you gave me a stone." /
|Main Creator:||Fitzpatrick, Thomas 1860-1912, artist.|
Balfour.-"Here, take this and be hanged to you. You are only fit to break stones in Prison ot out of it." / Pat.-"Arrah, get out of my light, young man. The ould gintleman coming on has what Iwant." / "The County Councils would have no powers wholly resident in themselves ; they would have the power to break stones in limited quanities."-Mr. Sexton's speech in moving the rejection of Mr. Balfour's Local Government Bill.
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[Dublin] : John Porter, 28th May, 1892.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman and National Press, 28th May, 1892. Price Three Halfpence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.0 x 45.0 cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1892 May 28 (A)||
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