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Hints & Hits 10: "O'Connell driving the foreign toads and vipers from the land", William Tell, Dublin, 1844

Here O'Connell is the new St Patrick driving out Ireland's enemies; Wellington and Peel at the bottom with Archbishop Whately representing the 'endless plunder' of the Church of Ireland; 'Either-side Graham' and Scorpion Stanley' (deserters from the Whigs in 1834-5; a flying TBC Smith clutching his '60 names', trailing conspiracy and accompanied by a 'bad judge'; and the Times, singled out for its vituperative coverage of the state trials.

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current19:46, August 5, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 19:46, August 5, 2009640 × 545 (157 KB)Nicknack009 (Talk | contribs)Hints & Hits 10: "O'Connell driving the foreign toads and vipers from the land", William Tell, Dublin, 1844 Here O'Connell is the new St Patrick driving out Ireland's enemies; Wellington and Peel at the bottom with Archbishop Whately representing the

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