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Orange Prudence and Self-Denial (Poster)


Printed chromolithograph poster free with 'United Ireland' journal Saturday 14 June 1884. Titled 'Orange Prudence and Self Denial,' featuring a simian-faced Orangeman being prevented from hurling rocks at an armed militia man by Lord Hill wearing a sash No Surrender. Signed by J. D. [John Dooley] Reigh. By the early 1880s, Reigh was contributing a weekly coloured cartoon for the saturday edition of 'United Ireland', generally favourable to the paper's founder, C. S. Parnell and the Irish Parliamentary party. His work also appeared in 'The Nation' and 'Shamrock'.

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