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Brown 31 May 2015, 02:23 by John Simpson

Mr Brown, Mr Robinson, and the average Joe   U 16.536-8: A great opportunity there certainly was for push and enterprise to meet the travelling needs of the public ... three chums. The characters find their surnames used in a new context: that of business. So, in the Bank Charter Act of 1844 (1858), one of the many books and ...

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MacAnaspey 28 Nov 2013, 13:30 by JJON Editors

Ditto McAnaspey and the same for me, please   U 12.144-7 : - Wine of the country, says he. - What’s yours? Says Joe. - Ditto MacAnaspey, says I. -Three pints, Terry ... and his brother  slightly earlier. In the late 1820s or 1830s they established a business as “figure and ornamental modellers, scagliola artists, plain and ornamental stucco plasterers, general builders, &c ...

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Elijah 29 Nov 2013, 12:16 by JJON Editors

Writing Elijah                                               (U 15.2188-224 ) In the summer of 1920 Joyce was in Paris, collecting and writing up material for the ‘Circe’ episode of Ulysses. This article looks at ... few months in 1881 he edited the Republican-Times. The church and the newspaper business continued to be significant factors in his life from now on. Later on in the ...

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Flynn2 31 May 2015, 02:07 by John Simpson

Patrick Flynn the elder and Patrick Flynn the younger   D 15.1078-81 (‘The Dead’): So the old gentlemen, as I said, harnessed Johnny and put on his very best ... declared bankrupt in 1814. 5 Patrick Flynn the younger moved rapidly to secure the business at No 50 Back Lane: The Old Established Starch and Blue Manufactory, No. 50, Back ...

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May's band 28 Nov 2013, 13:07 by JJON Editors

May’s band of brothers   U 4.525-6: Morning after the bazaar dance when May's band played Ponchielli's dance of the hours. Technically Don Gifford (Ulysses Annotated ... young man for public performances; Alfred was the commercial brother, who took over the business in the late 1890s when the boys’ father died; Ernest performed on and taught the ...

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Nannetti 12 Feb 2015, 12:04 by John Simpson

J. P. Nannetti and the Lord Mayor’s antecedents   U 11.185-6 : […] Ceppi’s virgins, bright of their oils. Nannetti’s father hawked those things about, wheedling at doors ... 1850)           Tempting though this assumption is – Giacomo from Lucca in Italy had a flourishing business as a statuary manufacturer with branches in Dublin, Belfast and Glasgow - it turns out to ...

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Arnott 12 Sep 2015, 14:50 by John Simpson

Mrs Arnott at No 83   Margaret (“Meg”, “Maggie”) Arnott is not mentioned by name in Ulysses, but there are at least three reasons for including her here: 1)     She ran ... property portfolio, but she was reputed to have made a financial success of the business she did run.              Gogarty includes her in a list of prostitutes, Madams, and other street ...

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Watching 31 May 2015, 00:41 by John Simpson

Unlawfully watching and/or besetting   U 15.732-4:                     FIRST WATCH (reads) Henry Flower. No fixed abode. Unlawfully watching and besetting. Don Gifford is quite right to identify the phrase ... the house or other place where such person resides or works, or carries on business, or happens to be, or the approach to such house or place, or if with ...

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Marcella 28 Nov 2013, 13:32 by JJON Editors

Marcella, the Midget Queen   U 16.849-50 : Giants, though that is a far cry, you see once in a way, Marcella, the Midget Queen. In those waxworks in Henry ... in the early 1890s they appear in Dublin. James established a hardware and fancy business in Henry Street – and, using his market-trader’s expertise, named it after the upcoming ...

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Arnold 2 Dec 2012, 15:02 by John Simpson

Lizzie Arnold at No 40 Lower Cumberland Street and elsewhere   Lizzie Arnold is not mentioned by name in Ulysses – nor in Gogarty – but her presence pervades the red-light district ... of these properties in 1904/5, at the same time that Maggie Arnott’s business closed. In 1904 she had moved out to Whitworth Road in Drumcondra, northern Dublin and ...

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