Speech of Robert Emmet, Esq. delivered at the Sessions House, Dublin, on the 19th of September, 1803, before Lord Norbury, one of the chief judges of the Kings Bench, and others, before whom he had been convicted of high treason.
|Main Creator:||Emmet, Robert, 1778-1803|
Hand coloured lithograph signed by Schnabel & Finkeldey, Lith. Caption below image: "On the top is a representation of the goddess of liberty holding the hearts of murdered patriots in her hand, to the left, stands the liberty cap half raised over the tomb of Emmet, the lower right corner represents death coming for Lord Norbury, the judge that sentenced Mr. Emmet, underneath is the scales of justice lying broken by his side, on the left is a representation of the maid of Erin, leaning on a harp, weeping over murdered innocence".
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Philadelphia : W.M. Smith, 706 South Third Street, [n.d., post September 20 1803].
This item is held in the Ephemera Department; see NLI call number for text published without image.
Physical description: 1 sheet : col. ill. ; 66 x 51 cm.
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