Item Publication, Date, Page Title
41 Picture T, Feb. 27, 1869, Page 10 Pc01000
42 Picture T, March 6, 1869, Page 6 . 5, ^JL^$ ' ¦&> w-jvi «0 n ^ N <oS B o So M ° & S, .^Utfn £ » ««~ - ° g ^ g ^ a. o hj S ss » ¦ ^-^^O? •g, 10 O »h o h w „ „. en Co n p ^ *" 2 g !^^ % s3!? Kb I y n " n> ^J W ^ C- ¦-(- rt r^s §• g.^g' ^ LD I ^f ^ a s _!_a K, « Mo DOM'S \«J 8 J^U^«fe « OMO OOh n W *¦ S ^3 I ii | -^U_5> ^O UV. oo-i 'G
43 Picture T, March 6, 1869, Page 8 Pc00800
44 Picture T, March 13, 1869, Page 6 Pc00601
45 Picture T, March 13, 1869, Page 8 Pc00800
46 Picture T, March 20, 1869, Page 7 Pc00700
47 Picture T, March 20, 1869, Page 8 w CO g 5 W H > > I l i fl^f to nnm* ^ iH gl^s ^ NiHsii <: ^ a i-fs^ 0 -^ > ^o-H^cua cd ^ ^>vj.!¦¦*¦* rr • ^j ^^ ¦ B* ^ p^ C Nv o — 5. "S CO t^ > J^| ^ s-C^^g&S- Co aflifg-Ts- &2 SljS^sl ^ B.K&v Z&'Z' Z * ^ 5* ft 3 ^ S o ^ S^i 1 ' ifffg^g^B r ^ P o — cu 1- S 5 I 1/1 u a s °* r^
48 Picture T, March 27, 1869, Page 6 TAKING UP THE SHELL! OR, A PATRIOT'S DEED. Seethe cry is heard. The answer Comes a form erectundaunted, In his steady grasp he takes it, Saved ! again the old flag triumphs ! Echoes back in ringing cheers. And the deadly missile nears. Flings it to the foaming seas. ^ " Braves the battle and the breeze I 1 '
49 Picture T, March 27, 1869, Page 8 Pc00800
50 Picture T, April 3, 1869, Page 6 I I y y in in b b I I 5 5 h h ••s s M M W W §§ S S : : ||S S! ! ^ ^ MM>>3 3 PN PN kk ^ ^ aa ^ ^ qz qz ii< < S S 11 no no ^ ^ ^^ ^^c c P P §§ z z b b hi hi M M ¦ ¦ w w 0 0)) • • •• **ii 8 8 II ¦ ¦ ^ ^ ¦¦ ¦¦ i i m m^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^m m^ ^ ^ ^
51 Picture T, April 3, 1869, Page 8 Pc00800
52 Picture T, April 10, 1869, Page 6 OPENING THE DOOR TO TREASON! OR, A LIBERAL MISTAKE.
53 Picture T, April 10, 1869, Page 8 Pc00800
54 Picture T, April 17, 1869, Page 6 .._.... __^.™._ ..^^ ... ..j . . — . . . .... . . , ""Tnt n»j r~itfri.rnr-ugiKU.gxr i. - - •rri,~' -- .»_•-- —--i—— ~«~.- -...».. ... .... . THE SCAPE-GOAT OF IRELAND; ~ " """~" OR, THE SHADOW OF A HUNDRED WRONGS. " The Irish Church is not iH-cTioscn as a scape-goat,. It is unclean, loss from itr, own indivichial misdcetls than for the injustice and tyranny of which it is the visible tolcen. It is unclean, for it is redolent of the days of tyranny ami oppression, v.hcn Ireland was first enslaved, by a dominant faction. But the banishment of the scape-goat leaves the expiation far from complete. [,Vr Tmpkrfect Kximation.
55 Picture T, April 17, 1869, Page 8 Pc00800
56 Picture T, April 24, 1869, Page 8 ...— -._ i,, „...,—. .,~~~-~n .-— tn^ailii * ri ^<i«i~s™»reagM CT :i. i mM Vir,:lJ/.J»^^ rar:r-^-—^OTv^ -vw.^vw-vmKKr.riTrr . ra-K.-TVKr.--."-.- : . v.... - - . - — • -..- .... :Tr_a:;r-i..iET-.---..7r.-v::r.- -t--. ¦s^ u-i.t.t.- am-.i...i rir —-"urn—pr'~"^™ "'« ^«l ^ ' " »- ''"-"^"""' ^^'--''""'' ^™~-^'^«^^ mm—hiiwwi i —«¦ ¦¦ ____. " — _, ^ —«. ._, . ^ THE REAL. IRISH TRAITOR! OR, THE "LOYAL ORANGEMAN." "The Irish Church Bill must be resisted even until the death. (Tremendous cheering.) England must beware in these days, when Europe is one vast camp and her hour of danger may be at hand." "-» • TT..11 yf Jl.,.7 m 47. iQAC "*
57 Picture T, April 24, 1869, Page 10 Pc01000
58 Picture T, May 1, 1869, Page 8 ^ Tj O w ^ a t>) o * U) o 0 hn r^
59 Picture T, May 1, 1869, Page 10 Pc01000
60 Picture T, May 8, 1869, Page 8 ~ o ~ -* +-* O^ > ^ S^ K ^ — " Cs ^ r- N-' |I t^| ^ 1 O r< 2 b t^ '— i-^ ^, c 1! ^ I s s ^l ^ K ^ 5 ^ 5= 1 ' t^'S k : < ^- vC; ^ 1 r~ r** V ^i tvI £n Ss, < 2 O c s: vij « , > C cr.