"Much Ado About Nothing" in Kilmallock - Slightly altered from Shakespeare. Clerk of the court - "Which be the malefactors?" Dogberry - "Marry, that am I and my partners. Let the watch come forth. Masters, I charge you, in the Queen's name, accuse these ladies. And, masters, do not forget to specify, when time and place shall serve, that I AM AN ASS." [On Friday last, at Kilmallock Petty Sessions, four Lady Land Leaguers were summoned before, and by the direction of Major Clifford Lloyd, R.M., for obstructing a throughfare thirty yards wide. The case was so ridiculous and frivolous, that the Kilmallock Dogberry subsequently withdrew it. The famous scene in "Much Ado about Nothing", is immediately suggested by he incident].
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[Dublin] : [W.P. Swan], 16th July 1881.
"Pat" 16th July 1881.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 31.9 x 29.9 cm.
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|Pat 1881 July 16 (A)||
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