Her Bitterest Foe
Fun 58 (5 December 1893): 181
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Erin.: — “Hold! You have done me harm enough!”
The sign “Barracks” on the wall, the bomb, and dynamite all make clear that Erin, the personification of Ireland, tells the Fenian terrorist that the infamous bombing of an army barracks that killed and injured passersby has done great damage to the Irish cause.
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