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January 4, 1868.3 THE TOMAHAWK. 5 _
A CURE FOR FENIANISM.
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INCENSE—SIR. "Three cheers were given fo...
"WIND-BAGS" TO THE RESCUE. upon " The hi...
Few In Weeks The Presence , Has So Of Gr...
whom very particular she purchases as to her the one nationality -and-ninepenny of the gunpowder tea-dealer . from scared Seriousl and y , terror let us -stricken all be read —let y— us be not vi believe gilant ; that but the let us desperate not be ness acts of of a an few insi misguided gnificant minimum men are anything in the midst more of than a thorou the mad ghly - loyal almost and unchequ right- ered minded brig peop htness le— — a a passing momentary cloud disturbance over a sky in of the « V otherwise ¦ 1 calm ¦¦ season b 1 bf < ph of prosperity b ah ¦¦ and ah labbp B * a- which h 11
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January 4, 1868.3 The Tomahawk. 5 _
January 4 , 1868 . 3 THE TOMAHAWK . 5 _
A Cure For Fenianism.
A CURE FOR FENIANISM .
That Flowing River Of The Milk Of Human ...
That flowing river of the milk of human kindness , the Right amiabl Hon . S e pencer and Wal conciliatory pole , P . C programme ., has sketched for the out Government the following 's adoption with regard to Fenianism . As the weeping philosop of strangulation her beautifully must expresses no longer it , — blacken " The with ghastl its y hateful paraphernalia shadow mantle the crystal of Justice pillars must of Mercy be no ' s longer jewelled empurp throne led . with The the sacre blood d * #
of the victims of Vindictiveness . " whether "Do Justice this is to not Ireland the , " to says do Mr it . . Bright , and we ask him way called The the irresistible Fenian Consp outburs iracy t of , can long no pent longer -up be patriotism resisted . , Virtu falsely e long in iro tramp n accents led on and has golden turned word on her s the oppressors just dernands at last , and of an utters
enupon slaved by peop a beni le . gnan The t and following self-educated measure Government s have been , and decided they humbly apologise if they have , in their haste to redress a great wrong , overlooked any minor details : — Provisions for Satisfying the Fenians and their Sympathisers .
parks their 1 . — houses All thereto landowners , messuage appertaining in s , Ireland tenements , tfyeir are farms , hereb with , p y barns leasure given , out notice -grounds -buildings to quit and , and all lands tilled or untilled thereto appertaining within a month of the date of this proclamation . 2 . —No such landowner shall be allowed to remove any furcepting niture , p as late much , or other ashe valuables can carry from himsel his f in abode a moderate , save and -sized
exhat-box . 3 . —No such landowner or proprietor must sell or cause to be nor sold any , any stock land , live , house or dead , or , building of which , any he may cow , be horse at , present or pig , possessed 4 . —The . various estates will be apportioned by lot to ' the members ^ B ) b ^^^ P ^ B mm ^¦^ p * ^ B ^ |^ Bj M ^ p of ^^ HV ¦¦> the ^ V ^ pi ^ V ^ V ^ ^ Sacre ~^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ V d ^^*^ b ¦ Fenian ™ ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ — ^ ^^ ^« ^ Brotherhood r ^^ - ^^ ~^ —mm -mu ^ p ^ r ^ pp ^^ p ^^ «¦* -m ^ ~ m ^ mm- as ~ m ^~ mr m ^ p ^ now m » ^ p > ^^^ ~ ^ con ^^^ ^ W ^^ ^~ - ^^ .
over sti , tuted to them ; the in residences complete and repair valuables . therein shall be handed 5 . —The former landowners or proprietors shall be required to serve the new landowners and proprietors without wages or reward of any kind . shall 6 . — have Any member acquired any of the estate Sacred , house Fenian , or farm Brotherhood , or part of such who by P ( f W these V ¦*• ^» T " ** ^ P * provisions W ^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^ shall ^ ^^— - ^ , if ^ ^ he ^ ^ ^ BV ¦ ^ suffers BV ^— » » ^ r ^ p- ^ ^ any B > . ^ W loss ^ ^^ " «^ ¦ ¦ » Bl in » BI money ^ BB W ^ tf B > B ^^ B W BJ , goods ^ BjB > ^ # ^ ^ B ^ BPBi BB , BJ
made or cattle good through to him his from own the or Exchequer any one else of ' s Great fault , Britain have the . loss 7 . —Pending the completion of the above arrangements , members lodgings sh of all the be Sacred provided Fenian , with Brotherhood board , free of in charge Buckingham , for all hotel and St s . of James London ' s Palaces , Liverpool , Windsor , Birming Castle ham , , and and the Manchester principal . ( Table 8 ^^^^ . ^ —That ^^^ f d ' Hote ^ ' ^ P a ^ V every ^ B ^ P V ^^^ at ^ V j m one ^ member ^ ^ m > " ^ m ^*^ ^^ ^^ and ^ m m ^^* ^^ B * ^^ six H of ^^^ ^^ 4 % o the ^ V ^^ ' clock B ^* mr ^ Sacred ^^^ ^ m ^ v -m every ^^ ^_ ^^^ ^^^ b ^ Fenian ^^ day ^^^ p W ^ ^ P ^^ . m— ) mt ^ m ^^ ^ Brotherhood ^ v ^^ ^^ ^^^ p bi ^^ ^ p ^ p ^ p ^ ^ b ^ M ^ B ^^^ ^ t ^ ^ V ^ V _ _ j *
shall and perfect receive exemption an income fro of m ^ all 1 , taxation 000 per . annum from the Stat ^^ e , 9 . —That the Sacred Fenian Brotherhood be allowed to con-. struct in Ireland any government they may prefer ; that all be expenses borne by incidental the Exchequer to the administration of Great Britain of . such government with 10 . all —That the dresses the Regalia and properties , Robes of of Office such government , & c , & c , together be paid for from the same source .
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new 11 . government —That the , surgeon be also ' s paid bills by after the peop each le election of Great , under Britain the . Britain 12 . —That be iven the present to the Public Sacred Buildings Fenian throug Brotherhood hout Great and that the , same g be up furnished with women and children , & c . comp Brotherhood lete , in may order indul that ge the in members the harmless of diversion the Sacred of blowing Fenian , them up when and how they please .
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THE INTERPRETER .
Incense—Sir. "Three Cheers Were Given Fo...
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benevolence to force themselves , however , no - but matter thinly how covers , into their notoriety inordinate . In desire the instance under notice—none more daring , more glaring—it the shal Sham l be our beneath duty to them tear . off both mask and cloak , and expose Says the " Censor ' of the Morning Star : — " Christmas is and ™~ a festive — - ^^ beauty m ^ mr ¦ - ^ p * ¦ h ¦ p season - ** of ^ ar ^ the sp > «» , " . bsp ^ and idea a * ^ B *^ ^ ar ™ we ™ . bt are struck with the startling originality
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" WIND-BAGS" TO THE RESCUE . upon " The him author : he has of been ' Sartor mad Resartus e a justice ' has of just the had peace a new for Dumfriesshire honour thrust his native county . "—Morning Paper , , Niagara Is this ? " e " after / ' that was to prove the sequel of " Shooting
Tomahawk (1867-1870), Jan. 4, 1868, page 5, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_04011868/page/5/