Marie of the French Factrice is the host of Postcard Friendship Friday.
This postcard (front and divided back) is an unused Vintage postcard from CardCow.com
The words Erin Go Bragh (air-inn-guh-braw) mean "Ireland Forever!"
It looks like the young girl is holding a shillelagh (shuh-ley-lee),
so-called because it was first harvested in the Shillelagh Forest, an ancient forest in County Wicklow (the word Shillelagh originally meaning "of the descendants of Ealach") was a cudget or weapon usually cut from hardwood such as oak, maple or blackthorn and used to swing, stab or clout an enemy. It is a cudgel or a club but it can double as a walking stick or a stick to herd livestock with.
Shillelagh law, as the expression comes down, means the one who uses violence most effectively rules.
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