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(The cartoon provides an unsympathetic view of the people in Ulster’s opposition to Irish independence. The man in the middle, Augustine Birrell, was an English-born politician based in Dublin Castle. He is depicted as a man of reason, who is trying to reassure the people of Ulster that Home Rule will not threaten their civil and religious liberties. Pat – the voice of nationalist Ireland – remains skeptical about the motives of those who opposed Home Rule.)
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Walter Charles Mills was born in Clonmel, County Tipperary, c. 1853. He married Helen Grey in...
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|current||08:19, March 21, 2015||442 × 288 (167 KB)||Nicknack009||"Wait a Little, Ulster!": cartoon by W. C. Mills, ''Weekly Freeman'', 2 March 1912 (The cartoon provides an unsympathetic view of the people in Ulster’s opposition to Irish independence. The man in the middle, Augustine Birrell, was an Engli...|