"- That it be and hereby is resolutely resolved. All who are in favour say ay, Lenehan announced. The contrary no. I declare it carried. To which particular boosing shed...? My casting vote is: Mooney's!" (U7.890)
"He led the way, admonishing:
- We will sternly refuse to partake of strong waters, will we not? Yes, we will not. By no manner of means.
Mr O'Madden Burke, following close, said with an ally's lunge of his umbrella:
- Lay on, Macduff!" (U7.893)
"—Chip of the old block! the editor cried, clapping Stephen on the shoulder. Let us go. Where are those blasted keys?
He fumbled in his pocket pulling out the crushed typesheets.
- Foot and mouth. I know. That'll be all right. That'll go in. Where are they? That's all right." (U7.899)
"He thrust the sheets back and went into the inner office.

LET US HOPE
J.J. O'Molloy, about to follow him in, said quietly to Stephen:
- I hope you will live to see it published. Myles, one moment.
He went into the inner office, closing the door behind him.
— Come along, Stephen, the professor said. That is fine, isn't it? It has the prophetic vision. Fuit Ilium! The sack of windy Troy. Kingdoms of this world." (U7.904)
"The masters of the Mediterranean are fellaheen today." (U7.911)
"The first newsboy came pattering down the stairs at their heels and rushed out into the street, yelling:
- Racing special!" (U7.912)"
"Dublin. I have much, much to learn." (U7.915)
They turned to the left along Abbey street.
- I have a vision too, Stephen said.
- Yes, the professor said, skipping to get into step. Crawford will follow.
Another newsboy shot past them, yelling as he ran:
- Racing special!" (U7.916)
"DEAR DIRTY DUBLIN
Dubliners.
- Two Dublin vestals, Stephen said, elderly and pious, have lived fifty and fiftythree years in Fumbally's lane.
- Where is that? the professor asked.
- Off Blackpitts, Stephen said." (U7.921)
"Damp night reeking of hungry dough. Against the wall. Face glistening tallow under her fustian shawl. Frantic hearts. Akasic records." (U7.927)
"Quicker, darlint!
On now. Dare it. Let there be life." (U7.929)
"They want to see the views of Dublin" (U7.931)

Nelson's pillar offered the city's best public viewing platform, reached by a spiral stairway inside the column. The original entrance to the pillar was underground, and thus not visible on this mid 19c. CDV.
"from the top of Nelson's pillar." (U7.931)

In 1894, a porch (designed by G. P. Baxter) was added to allow direct access from the street.
"They save up three and tenpence in a red tin letterbox moneybox. They shake out the threepenny bits and sixpences and coax out the pennies with the blade of a knife. Two and three in silver and one and seven in coppers." ([U7.932])


Image courtesy of Tim & Christine O''Neill.
"They put on their bonnets and best clothes and take their umbrellas for fear it may come on to rain.
- Wise virgins, professor MacHugh said." (U7.935)
"LIFE ON THE RAW

- They buy one and fourpenceworth of brawn and four slices of panloaf at the north city dining rooms in Marlborough street from Miss Kate Collins, proprietress." (U7.938)