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Hints & Hits 5: "Ireland Victorious, or one down, another come on", William Tell, Dublin, 1844

On the right is a pugilistyically posed O'Connell and, struggling to hold back the emblematic Irish wolfhound, Thomas Steele, the 'head pacificator' of the Repeal movement. On the left, Wellington, altready winded by the blow of 'Emancipation', staggers away, while Peel, fearing the outstretched arm of Repeal, also flees. It is a simple morale-booster, reassuring the faithful that, despite appearances, the Repeal cause is still alive and will ultimately triumph.

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current19:38, August 5, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 19:38, August 5, 2009640 × 543 (150 KB)Nicknack009 (Talk | contribs)Hints & Hits 5: "Ireland Victorious, or one down, another come on", William Tell, Dublin, 1844 On the right is a pugilistyically posed O'Connell and, struggling to hold back the emblematic Irish wolfhound, Thomas Steele, the 'head pacificator' of the

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