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"The Wake", Thomas Fitzpatrick, The Lepracaun, June 1907

WIDOW BIRRELL—"Oh! Johnny, darlin', why did you let me poor boy get bet? Shure, it was he that was goin' to grand things entirely."
JOHN REDMOND&mdash"But, mother, dear, he hadn't the ghost of a chance ag'in so many. I had to help in the killin' of him myself, to save me own skin, bedad I had!"
[Mr. Birrell's Irish Council Bill has been unanimously rejected by the National Convention held in the Round Room, Mansion House, Dublin, 21st May, 1907. Mr. John F. Redmond, M.P., presided.]

(The poster on the wall to the right shows Charles Stewart Parnell, with the caption "Done to death at the bidding of English Liberals by the Irish Party". Fitzpatrick is perhaps being a bit hypocritical here, as he was an anti-Parnellite himself in the 1890s.)

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