The late Bishop of Limerick [Edward Thomas] and the Irish [Parliamentary] Party
|Main Creator:||Sinn Féin|
Handbill, black type printed on buff coloured paper, seeking support for the Sinn Féin party in the 1918 election and quoting Edward Thomas, then recently deceased Bishop of Limerick. Text continues: "Writing in the "American Ecclesiastical Review", His Lordship the late Bishop of Limerick said: "Home Rule has been kept for many years dangling before the Irish Party's nose like the carrot before the donkey; he gets a sufficient sniff of it occassionally to keep him draughting for the English Government". No More Donkey M.P.'s. Vote for Sinn Fein and an independent Ireland!". See related contemporaneous cartoon featued on a postcard with colour illustration published by George Belton, 111 Connaught St., Dublin at NLI Call No. EPH A401.
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[S.l. : Sinn Féin; 1918].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 18.3 x 12.5 cm.
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