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Hints & Hits 4: "The State Forge, or the Artful Dodger and Old Nick at work", William Tell, Dublin, 1844

The devil, stripped to essentials, labours in the state forge (double entendre) hammering our the law to convict the traversers. The Irish Attorney General was Thomas Cusack Smith and his work is done in this infernal smith. Wellington, working the bellows, comcplains that the place is hotter than Waterloo.

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current19:35, August 5, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 19:35, August 5, 2009640 × 543 (112 KB)Nicknack009 (Talk | contribs)Hints & Hits 4: "The State Forge, or the Artful Dodger and Old Nick at work", William Tell, Dublin, 1844 The devil, stripped to essentials, labours in the state forge (double entendre) hammering our the law to convict the traversers. The Irish Attorn

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