New V-c-r-g-l [Viceregal] Amphitheatre :
near C-k H-ll [Cork Hill], the public are most respectfully informed, that the grand Indian juggler ...
19th century Irish satirical broadside. Disturbances often occurred on William III's birthday during the decoration of his monument in College Green; at the request of Lord Mayor Richard Colley Wellesley, 2nd Earl of Mornington and Marquess, the decoration of the statue was prohibited in 1822. A riot followed and troops were called out. Many 'Orange' broadsides and prints were issued attacking the Lord Lieutenant.
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[Dublin: s.n., 1822]
This item is held in the Ephemera Department.
Extracts include: '... having recovered from the late desparate attack which was made on his life intends to commence his long-expected exhibition at the Great Builiding, near C-k H-ll [Cork Hill] ...'.
Royal coat of arms at head of item.
Physical description: 1 sheet : ill. ; 37 x 18 cm.