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Banishing Dissention
Banishing Dissention
TitleBanishing Dissention
Box Number11
SubjectCartoons (Commentary)
CaptionCaliban (the Devil-born) Dissention:- "This Island's mine by Sycorax, my mother, which thou tak'st from me." Prospere (the great Magician.) Mr. GLADSTONE:- "Abhorred Slave which any point of goodness will not take. Being capable of all ill! When thou didst not savage. Know thine own meaning, thou wouldst gabble like a thing most brutish. Hag-seed hence!" "In my opinion, the claim of Ireland might not improbably have been at this moment accepted and established by law but for the disastrous effect of this schism" Interview with Mr. Gladstone at Hawarden.
Date of Publication1895-06-22
DescriptionSupplement given away with the Weekly Freeman and National Press;
Call NumberF941.708 IR4
Collection PublisherUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book and Manuscript Library
TypeImage
LanguageEnglish
CollectionCollins Collection of Irish Political Cartoons
File Name044_Box11_Dissention.jp2
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SourceUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book and Manuscript Library
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