[Satirical handbill] Notice to the public, and the theatrical profession in particular. A certain Mr. F. Schemer, well known in Cork, having lately visited Dublin, where he has added new laurels to his well-known character for honesty, in obtaining goods from various parties, and as usual forgetting to pay.:
For particulars apply to Mr. Josephs; Northumberland Hotel; the Royal Hibernian Hotel, Dawson-street; Mr. Drewett, Portobello Gardens, [Harrington St., Dublin] &c. &c &c &c Should these references prove insufficent, further particulars can be learned on application to the Royal Hotel, Belfast, and all the principal hotels in the South and West of Ireland. N.B. - In a few days, copies of two autograph notes of te celebrated Mr. S. will be published, which will prove beyond doubt that Mr. S. is the author of that famed work entitled: "Lying Made Easy".
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n.d., ca. 1850-1870?].
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Physical description: 1 sheet ; 22.1 x 14.2 cm..
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