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THE PIG AND THE BLACKBERRIES
An ancient nursery rhyme tells us of a good old lady who had a pig of such obstinate and tyrannical ways that it would not consent to cross a certain unavoidable bridge unless its mistress ate a bunch of blackberries. The above is a pictorial reading of the legend applicable to Earl Spencer's insistance on the renewal of the Crimes Act, if he is to continue Viceroy.
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|current||09:23, March 5, 2011||600 × 544 (442 KB)||Nicknack009||Cartoon by J. D. Reigh, ''United Ireland'', 23 May 1885 THE PIG AND THE BLACKBERRIES An ancient nursery rhyme tells us of a good old lady who had a pig of such obstinate and tyrannical ways that it would not consent to cross a certain unavoidabl|