Grand Magic Lanthern; exhibiting a variety of well known figures, scenes from real life and fanciful illusions, viz.
Satirical braodside, [issued circa 1822], which comments in disguised language on such topics as the attempted 'assassination' of the then Lord Lieutenant Richard Wellesley in the Theatre Royal, Protestant rights and Robert Emmet's ghost. Hand-written annotations in black ink present identifying those individuals being satirised. See also EPH D504 and EPH D511.
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[Dublin : E. Johnston, printer, Crow St., n.d., ca. 1822].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 31 cm.
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