Entitled: “Good health and success to both of you, say millions of Men all over the World”. Charles Stewart Parnell, (1846-1891), visited William E. Gladstone, (1809-1898), at his home at Hawarden, Flintshire, England, on 18 December, 1889, to discuss Home Rule for Ireland. Parnell and Gladstone toasting each other over a plate of meat that has been cut and has the words “Irish Affairs” written on it. Two flags, one saying “Nottingham” and the other saying “Liverpool”, are pinned into the meat. Above the two men is a banner saying “Welcome to Hawarden”.