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Excerpt: &quote;Our readers are to suppose the Reverend Philemy M'Guirk, parish priest of Tir-neer, to be standing upon the altar of the chapel, facing the congregation, after having gone through the canon of the Mass; and having nothing more of the service to perform, than the usual prayers with which he closes the ceremony. &quote;Take notice, that the Stations for the following week will be held as follows:- &quote;On Monday, in Jack Gallagher's of Corraghnamoddagh. Are you there, Jack?&quote; &quote;To the fore, yer Reverence.&quote;&quote;…mehr

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Excerpt: "e;Our readers are to suppose the Reverend Philemy M'Guirk, parish priest of Tir-neer, to be standing upon the altar of the chapel, facing the congregation, after having gone through the canon of the Mass; and having nothing more of the service to perform, than the usual prayers with which he closes the ceremony. "e;Take notice, that the Stations for the following week will be held as follows:- "e;On Monday, in Jack Gallagher's of Corraghnamoddagh. Are you there, Jack?"e; "e;To the fore, yer Reverence."e;"e;

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William Carleton (4 March 1794, Prolusk (often spelt as Prillisk as on his gravestone), Clogher, County Tyrone ¿ 30 January 1869, Sandford Road, Ranelagh, Dublin[1]) was an Irish writer and novelist. He is best known for his Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry, a collection of ethnic sketches of the stereotypical Irishman. (Excerpt from Wikipedia)