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Where's the (Irish) Police?': William Gladstone, British Prime Minister, watching the unrest in Ireland and waiting to intervene. In April a new Irish Peace Preservation Act was passed by Parliament. John Tenniel cartoon from 'Punch', London, 12 March 1870.

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Where's the (Irish) Police?': William Gladstone, British Prime Minister, watching the unrest in Ireland and waiting to intervene. In  April a new Irish Peace Preservation Act was passed by Parliament.   John Tenniel cartoon from 'Punch', London, 12 March 1870.