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Summary 28 Nov 2013, 13:28 by JJON Editors

Summing up the Madams   A cross-tabulation of various types of records (directories, registers, newspapers, etc.) shows that the lifestyle and interaction of the various Madams or brothel-keepers in ... Dublin women; others come from elsewhere in Ireland; others still come from England and Scotland (and there is a suggestion – as yet unconfirmed – of a cluster around Glasgow). It would ...

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Carlyle 28 Nov 2013, 13:09 by JJON Editors

Carlyle one, Carlisle nil       U 8. 337- 8 : James Carlisle made that. Six and a half percent dividend. Made a big deal on Coates's shares. Ca'canny. Cunning old ... Times.     James Carlyle: life   James Carlyle was born on 12 April 1839, in Dumfries, Scotland. According to his obituary in the Irish Times:   At the age of 18 he entered ...

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Mack 20 Aug 2018, 01:44 by John Simpson

Mrs Mack at No 85   U 15.1281-8 : (Zoe Higgins, a young whore in a sapphire slip, closed with three bronze buckles, a slim black velvet fillet round her ... for another couple of years, but Annie McEachern is now ‘of Donoon [Dunoon] in Scotland, Widow’, and is apparently no longer so extensively involved in affairs in Dublin. (yellow = Thom ...

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Gallaher3 30 Aug 2013, 13:26 by JJON Editors

Ignatius per ignotius : the short life and extraordinary times of Frederick Gallaher   3: More practical jokes and international sport   Another publication and a sensational hoax Fred’s publishing ventures had ... collapse of stout party” (in this case the British establishment in the form of Scotland Yard).     Fred’s sister Fannie, a novelist and prominent Land Leaguer, was on holiday in ...

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Captain Buller 28 Nov 2013, 13:33 by JJON Editors

Captain Buller: that prodigious hit to square leg   U 5.560-1 Still Captain Buller broke a window in the Kildare street club with a slog to square leg.   The ... R. H. (‘Bob’) Lambert was drafted in at the last moment by the visiting Scotland cricket team to play for them against Dublin University (which included his brother Septimus as ...

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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 ... 40 to Eliza Arnold in 1890. Annie McEachern seems to have moved back to Scotland by this time. The Arnolds take up residence at No 40 Lower North Cumberland Street ...

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Oxen 4 Sep 2018, 11:01 by John Simpson

Oxen of the Sun ― allocating text in the closing paragraphs     Although many aspects of the coda to Oxen of the Sun have been explored, it has never been analysed in ... The language is far from definitive. “Sorra,” dialectal, is common in both Ireland and Scotland. Crotthers is a Scot.   MULLIGAN. Hurrah there, Dix!   STEPHEN. ( calling to Dixon ) Forward to the ...

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Gallaher1 15 Jan 2014, 15:04 by John Simpson

Ignatius per ignotius : the short life and extraordinary times of Frederick Gallaher 1: Making his way in the world   U 7.626-30: The Great Gallaher […] that was a pressman ... Rifle Match took place in New York in mid September, with teams from Ireland, Scotland, Australia, Canada, and the United States. The Irish team was strongly supported by their fellow ...

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Dear dirty Dublin 30 Aug 2013, 11:21 by JJON Editors

Lady Morgan and “dear dirty Dublin”   D 8.165-7: I'm deuced glad, I can tell you, to get back to the old country. Does a fellow good, a ... an example of the irregular collocation of “dear” and “dirty”:   Dear , dirty , loyal, rebellious Scotland farewell. 5       But this usage should probably be regarded as an outlier, unconnected to later ...

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sandfrogs 30 Aug 2013, 02:12 by John Simpson

Molly’s sandfrog shower in Gibraltar   Preparing to moderate with Michael Groden a reading session on a passage from “Penelope” at the 2013 Charleston Joyce Conference, I paused at Molly ... York: Boni and Liveright, 1919), ch. 23, p. 269. 2 Raphael Holinshed, Historie of Scotland p. 56, in Chronicles Laste volume (1577).

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