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1. 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."

2. The Master The Master Cartoons (Commentary) ankers- (together).- "Shall I take charge of your luggage, sir?" The Master.- "No, thank you, I think I will look after it myself." Carman- "I suppose I may wait to rowl you back to College Green; you...

3. 'The Labourer is Worthy of His Hire.' 'The Labourer is Worthy of His Hire.' Cartoons (Commentary) ERIN- " Mr. Parnell, you have toiled long and unwearyingly for me, and have gained me many benefits. Pray, do not refuse a token of my gratitude through it is a thousand times less than your services and...

4. 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...

5. A General Invitation A General Invitation Cartoons (Commentary) Erin (to Tourists of all sorts).- "Sure you're always going to Scotland and the Continent- Why not give me a chance this year. I have as beautiful hills and lakes as any of them- and I'll take the best...

6. 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."
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