Parliament and the Irish Assassination Society : Sketches in the House of Commons after Mr. Forster's Speech on the 22nd ULT.
|Main Creator:||Hopkins, Everard, 1860-1928, artist.|
Newsclipping [from an unnamed periodical] featuring an illustration entitled "Parliament and the Irish Assassination Society : Sketches in the House of Commons after Mr. Forster's Speech on the 22nd ULT" depicting William Edward Forster, M.P. having made a speech asking for Charles Stewart Parnell, M.P. seeking his imprisonment; Joseph Chamberlain M.P. is depicted to Forster's left. Charles Stewart Parnell is shown standing up, addressing the House of Commons, saying "The Right Hon. Gent. is little better than "an informer"". James O'Kelly is depicted standing in the image lower left of sheet [entitled "Thursday night"] saying "It's a lie".
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[London? : s.n., n.d., ca. 1881].
Physical description: 1 newsclipping : woodcut ; 30.5 x 24.8 cm..
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