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"The Labourer is Worthy of his Hire", probably John Fergus O'Hea, Weekly Freeman, 14 April 1883

ERIN- "Mr. Parnell, you have toiled long and unwearyingly for me, and have gained me many benefits. Pray, do not refuse a token of my gratitude through it is a thousand times less than your services and my thanks."

Mr. PARNELL- "Thanks, dear Erin. 'Tis true, I have 'take off my coat' in your service, and shall not put it on again till you are truely content and happy."

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