A Friend-ly Peace of Advice
[graphic] : Chief Sec. -"Friends, I am nothing if not peaceful; but seeing that thou hast, both of thee, much coin belonging to others, I do not see that thou mightest not fight it out without loss to thyselves". The above cartoon is an attempt to pictorially represent the advice given by the Chief Sec. to the Dublin Corporation as to how they should settle their dispute with the Port and Docks Board, in re the naming of the new bridge. Pat thrusts the Picture will long remain a fancy sketch.
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[Dublin] : [W.P. Swan], August 21st 1880.
"Pat" August 21st 1880.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 28.7 x 44.6 cm.
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|"Pat" 1880 August 21(A)||
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