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Cartoon by John Fergus O'Hea, Weekly Freeman, 16 June 1888


ERIN (to Tourists of all sorts).—"Shure you're always going to Scotland and the Continent- Why not give me a chance this year. I have as beautiful hills and lakes as any of them- and I'll take the best of care of you."

Mr. John Morley, in an interview with a Freeman representative said:—"That if Mr. Cook could bring over the British tourist, half the misunderstandings that exist in the Saxon mind would speedily disappear."

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current18:13, August 7, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 18:13, August 7, 20091,020 × 672 (235 KB)Nicknack009 (Talk | contribs)"A General Invitation", artist unknown, ''Weekly Freeman'', 16 June 1888 Category:Weekly Freeman cartoons

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