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;'6 THE TOMAHAWK. [February 22, 1868 . _...
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BREECHES OF ETIQUETTE /
His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief of...
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of our dear friend ' s character being made the subject of such abstruse bodies such a talented cannot and charitable restrain journal as their speculation the Cacoethes Times by . the If scribendi self correspondents -conceited on such busy an of - occasion cations in , at private least let to the them friends first submit of the person their valuable concerned communi before -. they hasten to minister to that inexhaustible appetite for , articles of bad taste which afflicts our " Leading Journal . "
;'6 The Tomahawk. [February 22, 1868 . _...
; ' 6 THE TOMAHAWK . [ February 22 , 1868 . __
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offence , of all . " , , How then are we to understand the contrary order given by the Commander of the Forces in Ireland ? Is this ordinance a real for an " Irish exception Bull ? " is Yet made there . " is When some his method Excellency in the the madness Lord- , aa Lieutenant iap ^ b * aP V"B > Ba Va ^ ' ^~ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^ b i bb ^ is bp ap present pht ^ b ^^^ ^^^ ^ p ^ ^^ ^^ ^ p , v officers vp ^ b ^ p « p * ^ p ^ bp ^^ ^^^ will v * ^ p > ^ p" ^^ appear ^^^^ ¦ w * ^ ^ v ^^ ^^ «¦ ^ in ^ ^^ ^^ the av v . v ^^^ full ^^ ^ p ^ p ^^ ^^ uniform ^ p ^ p ^ i * ^^ ^^ ^* — ¦ ^ - ~— —~ ^**
of their respective corps . " This is all very absurd . Fancy the state of things at an may " Evening drop in party unexpectedl , " where y . his Fancy Excellency the stat the e of Lord the - 250 Lieutenant officers uniform present in and black to change , all rushing their off sables to their for garments barracks of to every don their hue . Fancy all T » , a > 4 b the a > a > ladies ceasing BfB from ai the ap Bi dance until
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Tomahawk (1867-1870), Feb. 22, 1868, page 76, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_22021868/page/4/