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Blacow 18 Sep 2018, 11:18 by John Simpson

The irreverent Richard Blacow in Ulysses   U 15.1757-8 : This vile hypocrite, bronzed with infamy, is the white bull mentioned in the Apocalypse. U 15.1768-9 : By heaven ... and immediately published in print) by the Reverend Richard Blacow of St. Mark's, Liverpool, in which he branded Queen Caroline (the queen consort of George IV) an adulteress. The ...

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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 ... Elizabeth Ellen Paddock. Elizabeth, or ‘Lizzie’, was also English – she had been born in Liverpool in 1877, to George and Elizabeth Paddock, a boot closer and his wife. In the ...

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Codology 28 Nov 2013, 13:38 by JJON Editors

The kidology of codology     U 12.450-1 : [...] Bloom comes out with the why and the wherefore and all the codology of the business [...]   Codding is misrepresenting or shamming – lying ... Mr. Justice North on behalf of Mr. Edward Hughes, a music-hall artist, of Liverpool, to expunge an entry in the book of registry at Stationers’ Hall, whereby Harold Henri ...

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Gallaher5 29 Aug 2013, 00:31 by John Simpson

Ignatius per ignotius : the short life and extraordinary times of Frederick Gallaher          5a Addendum: The eccentricities of a grandfather: Patrick Frederick Gallaher Fred Gallaher, editor of the Dublin Sport, was ... Condon, Casey, Fitzgerald, and Cody (Cork: 1883) p. 306 He took this act to Liverpool, and the local paper provides a sketch of Gallaher performing amongst his characters:   Liverpool Mercury ...

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Halfseasover 8 Dec 2015, 07:30 by John Simpson

The half-seas-over empire of Britain   U 5.71-2: Griffith’s paper is on the same tack now: an army rotten with venereal disease: overseas or halfseasover empire ... time it meant “halfway across the sea”, as in this early reference from the Liverpool City archives: 1   The commodities […] w ch ben taken and retorned againe, when they be ...

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Sheehan 28 Nov 2013, 13:14 by JJON Editors

Daniel T. Sheehan: a university friend     The Dublin medical student Daniel T. Sheehan is referred to twice in Joyce’s Letters (and once in the Dublin Diary of his brother ... Jeremiah Sheehan went on his return from Italy. At some point he was in Liverpool on Fenian business. In September 1865 he is reported to have starting working for a ...

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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 ... Lynam , Becky Cunnian, Teasey Ward, May Oblong, Mrs. Mack, Jem Plant, Maggie Arnott and Liverpool Kate. Oliver St. J. Gogarty As I was going down Sackville Street (1937) ch. 22 ...

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Brunny Lynam 30 Aug 2013, 02:14 by John Simpson

Brunny Lynam the medical student   U 10.44-53: His name was Brunny Lynam. O, that was a very nice name to have.      Father Conmee gave a letter from his ... John Clancy, and John Nagle). By 1906, however, he boards the SS Friesland from Liverpool to Philadelphia, listed in the ship’s manifest as a “labourer”. He clearly stayed in ...

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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 ... declared bankrupt, but they soon bounced back with renewed vigour. Patrick went over to Liverpool to set up a second office in what seemed an easier financial climate, and looked ...

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Hokypoky 29 Nov 2013, 12:56 by JJON Editors

Hokypoky hocus pocus U 5.357-62: ... waiting for it to melt in their stomachs. [...] Look at them. Now I bet it makes them feel happy. Lollipop. It does. Yes ... and she had tasted some at an open-air hokey-pokey stall near the Liverpool 'depot' for one penny ... Tinsley's magazine (1881) vol. 29, p. 490          As 'hokypoky' is ...

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