Flogging the forger
Mr. Gladstone-"Well done, Sexton!" ; Salisbury (to his Son-in-law, Lord Wolmer)-"If you must tell 'falsehoods,' my boy, you must take care not to be found out." ; Chamberlain (sneaking away)-"It may be my turn next." /
|Main Creator:||Fitzpatrick, Thomas 1860-1912, artist.|
On the motion of Mr. Sexton, February 16th, it was unanimously resolved by the House of Commons that a calumnious Leader in the Times newspaper, founded on an admitted falsehood of Lord Wolmer, Lord Salisbury's son-in-law, "was a gross and scandalous breach of the privilege of the house.".
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[Dublin] : [John Porter], February 25th, 1893.
Supplement given away with Weekly Freeman and National Press. February 25th, 1893. Price Three Halfpence.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.3 x 44.6 cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1893 February 25 (A)||
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