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Mad Cow 14 Aug 2014, 05:38 by John Simpson

Mad cow at Cabra     SH XXVI (p. 221 ): EVENING TELEGRAPH. Nationalist Meeting at Ballinrobe. Important Speeches. Main Drainage Scheme.  Breezy Discussion.  Death of a Well-known Solicitor. Mad Cow at ... used by Joyce. Firstly, the ‘mad cow at Cabra’. Dubliners often had problems with cattle that were being driven through the streets. When a cow became ‘infuriated’ (or ‘mad’, as ...

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subleader 30 Aug 2013, 02:03 by John Simpson

Take me to your subleader!   In the newspaper office, in the Aeolus episode of Ulysses, Bloom spies Ned Lambert and reflects: He has influence they say. Old Chatterton, the vicechancellor ... lasting error in attribution. This was to do with an editorial called “Politics and Cattle Disease”, dealing with the political implications of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, which ...

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Fifth quarter 30 Aug 2013, 02:04 by John Simpson

The fifth quarter is the butcher’s profit   U 6.394-7: And then the fifth quarter lost: all that raw stuff, hide, hair, horns. Comes to a big thing ... well known in Dublin circles, appearing in the local newspapers in discussions of the cattle and dead-meat trade: The Meat Trade of Dublin […] If a butcher therefore goes into ...

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Powell 17 Feb 2014, 01:25 by John Simpson

‘One of Britain’s fighting men’: Major Malachi Powell and Ulysses U 15.4612-6: Major Tweedy, moustached like Turko the terrible, in bearskin cap with hackleplume and accoutrements, with ... to-late 1870s, Andrew Tynan, their father, embarked on an unsuccessful venture to supply cattle to the British army in places such as the Curragh and Aldershot, and it is ...

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Gifford Corrections 2 14 Jun 2017, 02:59 by John Simpson

Corrections and additions to Gifford’s Ulysses Annotated and Joyce Annotated   This page offers brief corrections and additions to the published glossaries of Joyce’s work, notably Ulysses Annotated: Notes ... fifth quarter: the horn, skin, and other profitable substances lost to the butcher when cattle are sold as live weight - see the article The fifth quarter is the butcher's ...

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Funeral 4 Jun 2014, 02:17 by John Simpson

In the carriage for Paddy Dignam’s funeral: Bloom was right all along   U 6.1-3: Martin Cunningham, first, poked his silkhatted head into the creaking carriage and, entering ... 6.375-7).      They proceed towards Dunphy’s corner, stopping for a drove of cattle, which stimulates more desultory chat on the problems of transporting animals around Dublin. They turn ...

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Crofton 28 Nov 2013, 13:17 by JJON Editors

James Crofton: a tradition of public service     D 12.477-80 : - This is Parnell’s anniversary, said O’Connor, and don’t let’s stir up any bad blood. We ... unsuccessful in this application, but – undaunted – soon afterwards put in for the post of Cattle Market superintendent for the Dublin Corporation:   The house proceeded to elect a Cattle Market superintendent ...

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Bumboosers 16 Nov 2012, 11:41 by John Simpson

Philately is for bumboosers U 15.2206-7 : You can call me up by sunphone any old time. Bumboosers, save your stamps. Don Gifford (Ulysses Annotated ) suggests that you might ... New York Clipper known particularly for it: Prof. Chas. F. Cook, Practical Horse and Cattle Trainer [...] would like a partner. [...] (Kickers and drunkards, save your stamps.) New York Clipper (1897 ...

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Here's my head 28 Nov 2013, 13:47 by JJON Editors

Head first and everything else behind U 12.836-7:   Walking about with his book and pencil here's my head and my heels are coming. Gifford calls here’s ... the I-narrator of the Cyclops episode when he scoffs at Bloom as a cattle dealer’s assistant busily scribbling in his notebook.      Finally, we can see that numerous slang ...

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Whitsuntide 1 Sep 2014, 03:22 by John Simpson

Bad luck arrives at Whitsuntide   U 18.953: Whit Monday is a cursed day too no wonder that bee bit him In Ulysses there are four references to Whit Monday ... the fairies, who at that season are very active and malicious, and bewitch the cattle, and carry off the young children, and come up from the sea to hold strange ...

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