"Goading Him!", artist unknown, Weekly Freeman, 9 July 1881
PAT MURPHY—"Get away, can't ye, and leave me in peace. If there is'nt (sic) a row it won't be your fault; but I'm determined to keep the law in spite of ye."
SOLDIER and POLICEMAN—"Don't blame us if we have to do this dirty work. We would much sooner be doing anything else; but we have our order to get you up."
EMERGENCY MAN—"That's right; prod him and club him, till he turns on you! Thats our little game."
[The Sherriffs are beginning to complain, that the ridiculous number of military and police sent to accompany them, is the chief obstacle to the peaceful performance of their duties.]
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