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Vengeance 28 Nov 2013, 13:53 by JJON Editors

Vengeance and the shores of Manhattan   U 12.1367-74 : the Times rubbed its hands and told the whitelivered Saxons there would soon be as few Irish in Ireland as ... which by Joyce’s time were generally considered an accurate reflection of the British Government’s position on Ireland in the late 1840s.   Gone – gone with a vengeance The first ...

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Rates 28 Nov 2013, 13:15 by JJON Editors

Collecting the rates: Buckley, Cotter, Crofton, Henchy, and Weatherup     James Joyce’s father, John Stanislaus Joyce, joined the Office of the Dublin Collector-General of Rates in 1882 and remained ... General            The collection of rates was an essential feature of the work of local government in Dublin, as it was elsewhere. Without the collection of rates, many of the basic ...

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Cotter 28 Nov 2013, 13:18 by JJON Editors

Edward Graham Cotter: another collector of rates?   D 1.44-51 : Old Cotter looked at me for a while. I felt that his little beady black eyes were examining me ... the collectorship in 1883 Edward Cotter dared to offer a paper to the Local Government Reform Association on ‘Defects of the Collection of Rates with suggestions’. The subject may well ...

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MacHugh4 1 Dec 2015, 02:28 by John Simpson

The reluctant professor MacHugh:4 Prison, the second time The professorship at University College Dublin held by Hugh’s brother, Eoin McNeill, was not renewed when it came up for ... the “Dublin round-up” of people who might be considered dangerous to the British government. Included in the sixty people apprehended in late November 1920 was Hugh McNeill, apparently by ...

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Thomas Keohler 28 Nov 2013, 13:33 by JJON Editors

Some notes on the triple life of Thomas Goodwin Keohler       At U 2.256-9, Stephen finds himself enumerating his debts: " Fred Ryan, two shillings. Temple, two  lunches. Russell, one ... Debating Society in the 1890s, publishing a short speech on ‘The Decline of Party Government’ in 1898.            Until then Thomas seems to have led a quiet life. In 1896 he ...

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fox 31 May 2015, 00:49 by John Simpson

Free fox, free hen-roost   U 15.1692-7: No more patriotism of barspongers and dropsical impostors. Free money, free rent, free love and a free lay church in a ... has taught us that this job of holding open the gate involves in itself government regulation, and that an open arena without rules for the game often becomes a case ...

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give and take 4 Jun 2014, 02:23 by John Simpson

Give and take is not fair play   U 15.3514-18:                   ZOE Give a thing and take it back God’ll ask you where is that You’ll say you ... to be used in a debate in the Seanad Éireann in 1926. The British Government was challenged with withdrawing in 1926 guarantees to working people made under the Railways Act ...

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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 ... to make serious efforts to clean up the area and legislation by the Westminster Government was generally making life more difficult for the Madams. At the turn of the century ...

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MacHugh3 1 Dec 2015, 11:22 by John Simpson

The reluctant professor MacHugh:3 Storm clouds of debt McNeill’s tutoring and examining may appear to represent a period of stability in his life, but such an impression would ... prisoner in Mountjoy during 1913, used a a precedent, and further papers on the government strategy for dealing with the suffragettes.      Further investigations in the Mountjoy Prison register for 1913 ...

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Lynam 28 Nov 2013, 13:23 by JJON Editors

Popping into Lynam’s   U 10.504-20 : At the Dolphin they halted to allow the ambulance car to gallop past them for Jervis street. - This way, he said, walking ... house, in order to place a bet.          In recognition of the problem the Westminster Government commissioned several reports which had a bearing on betting. In 1902 the Street-Trading Children ...

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