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'Loaded with Infamy'
Macduff (C.S. Parnell)- "Gentle Heaven/ Cut short all intermission; front to front/ Bring though my vile traducer and myself,/ Within my sword's length set him; if he 'scape,/ Heaven forgive him too."...
Hide And Seek
C.S. Parnell.- "Ha! So you are trying to sculk away. Come out into the open and fight a fair fight." Attorney General Webster- "I thought we should frighten him with our Bounce." Walter of the "Times."-...
The Member-Maker -- Waiting for a Job!
Cartoons (Commentary); Carpet Baggers
Thin Wine And Strong Congou
Cartoons (Commentary); John Bull
Pat to John Bull- " Mister Bull, one Pigtail is worth two Frenchmin!" (sic) John Bull to Pat- "Join with me Pat; we will beat them both, and the world besides." Pat- "Give me my own terms sir." John (laughing)-...
Bumptious Pigmy and the Contemptuous Giant
"I was ready to die with shame at having been thus tripped up and exposed before the whole Court. Quite beside myself with rage, I drew my little hanger and made several furious passes at my Master, who...
Hawkeye turns on the Torturer
" The skunk hurled the tomahawk with deadly malignity at the intended victim, who stood like a statue amid the taunts, menaces, and the shower of deadly weapons of the howling savages. Suddenly Hawkeye...
A Fair Field in Bonnie Scotland
"Now man to man, and steel to steel, A Chieftain's vengeance thou shalt feel." Lady of the Lake
Dignity and Impudence
IMPUDENCE: - "Bow Wow! Wow! Come on and I'll fight you." DIGNITY:-"Certainly , when you have submitted yourself to the judgment of, and have gone to your constituents."
The Only Show in the Fair
GRAND OLD MAN: -"Look here Pat, just look into my show, I am sure it will delight you, I know your sense of National Humour is easily tickled. Just leave your Stick outside and you need not pay anything....
Miss Tipperary.- "Charlie darling, you know I did not intend to annoy you, sure I only wanted to make you come and see me." Charlie- " I know that my Dearest Colleen is as true to me as I am to her, but...
The Home Rule Bill -- Mr. Healy's Heroics
SCENE 1:- Mr. GLADSTONE-" Those bothersome Parnellites have raised a terrible Row over the Imperial Contribution, and I'll have to reduce it." BOY- "Yes, Sir." SCENE 2:- Mr. HEALY. (Speech at Newcastle)-...
The Real Fundamental Law
The Queen- "I am resolutely opposed to any disturbances of the Fundamental Law." Gladstone.- Pardon, your Majesty, but the Fundamental Law has been already very much disturbed. See what I tore from it...
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...
'The Labourer is Worthy of His Hire.'
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...
The Irish Champion clearly (sic) defeats the three-headed monster- FALSEHOOD - TYRANNY- and FORGERY.
Pat:- "Begorra, ma'am, ye seem to be prove iv (sic) them anyhow." S-R W-LL-M H-R-T:- "Well, an' I am- they're good, biddable childhre (sic)"
The Most Dangerous Enemies to Irish Freedom
LITTLE JOHNNY:-"Shall we not go up there nurse"? (sic) Nurse:- "No, no, Johnny; they are bad men. Stay with me."
The Uplifting of the Banner
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."
Widow Mahony (evicted tenant)
WIDOW MAHONY (evicted tenant): - "Is there no chance for me and my five orphan children, Mr. Dillon? Sure you promised you would put the grabber out of my home." MR. DILLON:- "Hush, my good woman, you...
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