Tyrant and Toady
Redmond to the evicted tenants-"Go down on your knees to his Honour, and perhaps he will take pity on you. Of you don't, you may starve. I will consent to release the Paris Fund for his use, not yours." /
|Main Creator:||Fitzpatrick, Thomas 1860-1912, artist.|
Rackrenter-"No, no friend John, I must make an example of the Base-Born Peasant. I thank your friends for teaching me that word." / Pat-"Cheer up, Comrade, I will stand by you to the last against false friends or open foe. You have fought a brave battle, and the hour of victory is at hand.".
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[Dublin] : John Porter, 17th September, 1892.
Supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman and National Press, 17th September, 1892. Price Three Halfpence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.7 x 44.3 cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1892 September 17 (A)||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.