Paddy's Woman and Other Stories

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T.F. Unwin, 1896 - English fiction - 377 pages
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Page 64 - Johnny reached for Williamson again. ' You ought to have been a Catholic, Williamson,' he said. 'You ought to have been a Catholic. The grandfather before you was a papist, and a good one too, and a decent man.' ' I was born and reared a Protestant, Johnny, and a decent one. Your uncle, Johnny Mullen, was in jail.
Page 109 - What does he want to talk to me for at this hour?" I asked irritably. "He said he wanted to speak to yourself," said the sentry. "Morrissey and Daly are out, boozing. I think you ought to have a word with him.
Page 63 - Come here, child, and run for the police,' said Mrs Mulvany, 'to get this drunken crew out of my house. However they managed to crowd in all three of them at once! It's bad enough, goodness knows, to have one or two of them in the same house, at the same time, but three rascals of the drunkenest...
Page 65 - Mullens' ones to come and take home their father? Mrs Williamson, but I pity you, for you have a bad pill to deal with — though he's a quiet enough man in drink, if he was let alone.
Page 186 - He went over and sat down on the steps leading up to the...

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