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Tarring and feathering - the reward of the enemies of Ireland / America invent. ; Hibernia fecit.

Tarring and feathering - the reward of the enemies of Ireland / America invent. ; Hibernia fecit.

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Print shows three Irish(?) men and a woman (possibly representing Ireland) are about to tar and feather a man for refusing "to enter into a non-importation and non-consumption agreement." In the background are airing or drying racks for linen or wool and buildings associated with the textile industry in Ireland.

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01/01/1784
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Old England17.99358, -77.46606
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