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1. The Rally The Rally Cartoons (Commentary) "Trollers of the hill and valley, Once again for Ireland rally, Delvers of the plain, Rally once again."

2. Bumptious Pigmy and the Contemptuous Giant Bumptious Pigmy and the Contemptuous Giant Cartoons (Commentary) "I was ready to die with shame at having been thus tripped up and exposed before the whole Court. Quite beside myself with rage, I drew my little hanger and made several furious passes at my Master, who...

3. Hawkeye turns on the Torturer Hawkeye turns on the Torturer Cartoons (Commentary) " The skunk hurled the tomahawk with deadly malignity at the intended victim, who stood like a statue amid the taunts, menaces, and the shower of deadly weapons of the howling savages. Suddenly Hawkeye...

4. A Fair Field in Bonnie Scotland A Fair Field in Bonnie Scotland Cartoons (Commentary) "Now man to man, and steel to steel, A Chieftain's vengeance thou shalt feel." Lady of the Lake

5. A Thorough Agitator A Thorough Agitator Cartoons (Commentary)

6. On Guard! On Guard! Cartoons (Commentary)

7. Throwing It Up Throwing It Up Cartoons (Commentary)

8. 'Loaded with Infamy' 'Loaded with Infamy' Cartoons (Commentary) Macduff (C.S. Parnell)- "Gentle Heaven/ Cut short all intermission; front to front/ Bring though my vile traducer and myself,/ Within my sword's length set him; if he 'scape,/ Heaven forgive him too."...

9. 'It is a pity there is no heir to such men.' 'It is a pity there is no heir to such men.' Cartoons (Commentary)

10. The Home Rule Bill -- Mr. Healy's Heroics The Home Rule Bill -- Mr. Healy's Heroics Cartoons (Commentary) SCENE 1:- Mr. GLADSTONE-" Those bothersome Parnellites have raised a terrible Row over the Imperial Contribution, and I'll have to reduce it." BOY- "Yes, Sir." SCENE 2:- Mr. HEALY. (Speech at Newcastle)-...

11. Featheration Featheration Cartoons (Commentary) Pat:- "Begorra, ma'am, ye seem to be prove iv (sic) them anyhow." S-R W-LL-M H-R-T:- "Well, an' I am- they're good, biddable childhre (sic)"

12. The Most Dangerous Enemies to Irish Freedom The Most Dangerous Enemies to Irish Freedom Cartoons (Commentary) LITTLE JOHNNY:-"Shall we not go up there nurse"? (sic) Nurse:- "No, no, Johnny; they are bad men. Stay with me."

13. The New 'National' School The New 'National' School Cartoons (Commentary) THE MASTER- "If ye come back from Carlow without bringin' another boy, I'll birch every mother's son of ye." LITTLE JUSTIN-"We'll do our endayvour, sir."

14. Justin McCarthy's Boys at School Justin McCarthy's Boys at School Cartoons (Commentary)

15. Gladstone"-- 'Shut your eyes and open your mouth, and take what I will give you.' Gladstone"-- 'Shut your eyes and open your mouth, and take what I will give you.' Cartoons (Commentary) GLADSTONE:-- "Shut your eyes and open your mouth, and take what I will give you."

16. Widow Mahony (evicted tenant) Widow Mahony (evicted tenant) Cartoons (Commentary) WIDOW MAHONY (evicted tenant): - "Is there no chance for me and my five orphan children, Mr. Dillon? Sure you promised you would put the grabber out of my home." MR. DILLON:- "Hush, my good woman, you...

17. Banishing Dissention Banishing Dissention Cartoons (Commentary) Caliban (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...

18. The Lesson for the Youth of Ireland The Lesson for the Youth of Ireland Cartoons (Commentary)

19. Irish for the Irish Irish for the Irish Cartoons (Commentary) PAT, to English Commercial Traveller.- "You may take those home with you; we are going to buy our own goods, made in Ireland, for the future."

20. 'Our Leader Still!' 'Our Leader Still!' Cartoons (Commentary); Horses; Warriors; Independence "The most degraded, and the most dangerous Ruffian in Europe" Irishmen are advised to retain this Cartoon in order that they may be constantly reminded of what they might come to.
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