"Over the Guarding Wall"
[graphic]: John Bull (who attracted by sundry blows received from the other side of the wall, for the first time in his life takes the trouble of looking over it) - Beg pardon, Missis, but your boys are annoying me very much! Hello, why had I no idea you were such a nice person. I am sure we could get on very well if we only were better acquainted, and I would have great pleasure in helping you to get your garden into order. Mrs. Erin - Well, Mr. Bull, it is your own fault. Why did we not meet sooner? Why did you never look over the Garden Wall? Note - A hint to Englishmen. Why not take advantage of the cheap Summer Excursions, and come over to Ireland and see for yourselves?
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[Dublin]: [W.P. Swan], July 9th 1881.
"Pat" 9th July 1881.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 35.3 x 22.5 cm.
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|Pat 1881 July 9 (A)||
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