Punch, 46 (1864), 21.
Justice to Ireland
An Irish Owl
Meteorology, Prognostication, Cultural Geography
Noting Robert Fitzroy's claim in the The Times that 'there is usually a day's interval before Irish weather reaches England', blames this delay on the 'mismanagement of the Saxon' and suggests that the English should allow Irish weather to 'start the day before' so that it gets there on time.
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