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The Irish Inferno
'The Irish Inferno', 1881. The Liberal Prime Minister, Gladstone, is wearing the laurel wreath of the victorious emperor on his head. He is in the company of the ghost of Daniel O'Connell, the Irish politician. Despite Gladstone's immense efforts to push through his Irish Land Bill, matters had not improved in Ireland since. Women and children had been attacked upon leaving chapels and those who attempted to live by the law were regularly intimidated. Anarchy and lawlessness were rife. From Punch, or the London Charivari, December 17, 1881.
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