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"The Burning Question", John Fergus O'Hea, 29 January 1887
Erin to Mickey the Botch—"You have, for some time past, been making my house too warm to hold me—Now it is my turn, and I am going to make your house to hot to hold you."
(At the House of Commons, Erin prepares to administer punishment to the Tory Irish Chief Secretary, Sir Michael Hicks Beach, known in Ireland as "Mickey the Botch".)
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