"But the crisis that is at hand, awful as it is, may, by a wise government, be made productive of permanent good to the empire, that will more than compensate the temporary misery it occasions; for a liberal measure of relief, with full stores of cheap grain to distribute at low prices, would contrast beneficially for the English character, with the rapacity evinced by the Irish agitators." Shown from Cahirciveen, the retreat of the Liberator.

Cahirciveen. (1846, October 10). Pictorial Times.