Redmond to the evicted tenants—"Go down on your knees to his Honour, and perhaps he will take pity on you. If you don't you may starve. I will consent to release the Paris Fund for his use, not yours."
Rackrenter—"No, no, friend John, I must make an example of the base-born peasant. I thank your friends for teaching me that word."
Pat—"Cheer up, Comrade, I will stand by you to the last against false friend or open foe. You have fought a brave battle, and the hour of victory is at hand."
(Pat, representing the National Federation, encourages an idealized Irish tenant, who is being evicted by the politician John Redmond and a shabby Irish landlord.)
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|current||09:28, August 8, 2009||1,304 × 788 (314 KB)||Nicknack009||"Tyrant and Toady", Thomas Fitzpatrick, ''Weekly Freeman'', 17 September 1892 A handsomea agent from the National Federation encourages an idealized Irish tenant, who is being evicted by the politician John Redmond and a shabby Irish landlord [[|