Apr 16, 2009
A LIFE LIKE THIS WOULD KILL ME!

from “A Strange Reunion” by T. G. Atkinson, as featured in The Strand Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 28, April 1893.

A LIFE LIKE THIS WOULD KILL ME!

from “A Strange Reunion” by T. G. Atkinson, as featured in The Strand Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 28, April 1893.

GOOD-BYE, OLD FELLOW.

from “A Strange Reunion” by T. G. Atkinson, as featured in The Strand Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 28, April 1893.

GOOD-BYE, OLD FELLOW.

from “A Strange Reunion” by T. G. Atkinson, as featured in The Strand Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 28, April 1893.

TWO MEN SAT BY A SMALL WOOD FIRE.

from “A Strange Reunion” by T. G. Atkinson, as featured in The Strand Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 28, April 1893.

TWO MEN SAT BY A SMALL WOOD FIRE.

from “A Strange Reunion” by T. G. Atkinson, as featured in The Strand Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 28, April 1893.

Apr 10, 2009
Charles Stewart Parnell.
1846-1891. Irish nationalist political leader.

Parnell was one of the most important figures in 19th century Ireland and Great Britain and described by Prime Minister William Gladstone as the most remarkable person he had ever met.  Another future Liberal Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith, described him as one of the three or four greatest men of the nineteenth century, while Lord Haldane described him as the strongest man the British House of Commons had seen in 150 years.

Charles Stewart Parnell.
1846-1891. Irish nationalist political leader.

Parnell was one of the most important figures in 19th century Ireland and Great Britain and described by Prime Minister William Gladstone as the most remarkable person he had ever met. Another future Liberal Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith, described him as one of the three or four greatest men of the nineteenth century, while Lord Haldane described him as the strongest man the British House of Commons had seen in 150 years.

"Anti-Rent"

"Anti-Rent"