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'The O'Mannikin', 1862. Policeman Pam comments Don't let Him Put you Out - I'll Quiet him Presently In the background, Policeman Palmerston tells Sir Robert Peel not to worry. This cartoon refers to a speech made in Dublin by Daniel O'Donaghue, the member for Tipperary, during which he included what Punch refers to as 'spoutification' against Queen Victoria. Outraged, Peel then referred to O'Donaghue as a 'Mannikin Traitor', and devoid of all respectability and right thinking. This particular Mannikin Traitor in the cartoon is meant to be Major Gavin, the member for Limerick, who 'threw down the gauntlet' by raising the matter in the House. Apparently, Palmerston told Peel not to get further involved, but to let him settle the matter himself. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 8, 1862.
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