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Moments of Pain. The late atrocious attack, on his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, at the Theatre, on Saturday Night _ Dec. 14th.
Moments of Pain. The late atrocious attack, on his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, at the Theatre, on Saturday Night _ Dec. 14th.
[n.d, 1823.]
Rare coloured etching. Sheet 330 x 225mm (13 x 9"). Trimmed within plate, pinholes in top corners.
An orchestrated riot at the Dublin Theatre, targetted at the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Richard Wellesley (older brother of the Duke of Wellington). The rioters dropped down printed hand-bills attacking Wellesley and 'Popery'. At the end, when the National Anthem was played, a bottle was thrown at Wellesley.
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[An Irish scrapbook.]
[An Irish scrapbook.]
[c. 1820's]
Large 4to, limp covers rebacked; pp. 48. Wear to covers and edges.
A scrap book was compiled in Ireland, containing engraved portraits, revolutionaries such as Mr. Fullam, Mr. Dermody, Michael Dwyer and Samuel Horsley; topography (both Irish and worldwide), fashion plates, hunting, military costume and caricatures. Irish views include a View of Montpelier Parade, the Foot Camp Curragh of Kildare, Coffee House, Dunleary, New Ross Co. Wexford, Ruins of Ormond Bridge, South View of the New Four Courts, and Tintren Abbey Co. Wexford. Of particular interest are 14 rare coloured caricatures by 'Ormond Printing House, 36, Lower Ormond-Quay, Dublin'. These are The Captain on Full Pay, The Captain on Half Pay, The Nurse, The Briefless Barrister, The Foreman of the Jury, A Little Bit of Scandal, The Recruiting Sergeant, The Recruit, The Drill Serjeant, The Lady Mayoress, The Lord Mayor, The Outside Traveller, The Inside Traveller, and The French Cook.
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