Further Experiences of an Irish R.M.
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Further Experiences of an Irish R.M.

By E. Oe. (Edith Oenone) Somerville, Martin Ross
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  • OLD FLYNN, MOVING ALONG THE VERGE, BECAME IDYLLIC
  • SUSPICIOUS OF AN ILL-TIMED PLEASANTRY
    • "TAKE ME OUT OF THIS!"
      • THE EGREGIOUS SLIPPER
      • WHIZZED LIKE A DRIVEN GROUSE PAST THE COMBATANTS
      • THE GUARD PUT HIS HAND OVER HIS MOUTH
      • THE VICTIM CAME
      • "AND NOT A BROWN FARTHING MORE WOULD HE GIVE"
      • "I'M DASHED IF SHE HASN'T GOT SULLIVAN'S PONY"
      • HE CROWNED THE ARRANGEMENT WITH THE BOTTLE OF POTHEEN
      • "YE HAVE THEM IN GREAT FORM, MICHAEL"
      • A TRAYFUL OF BURNING SODS OF TURF
      • PURE ECSTASY STRETCHED HIS GRIN FROM EAR TO EAR
      • HE DID NOT DENY HIMSELF A MOST DISSOLUTE WINK
      • "THEY'RE LOVELY FISH ALTOGETHER! THEY'RE LEPPIN' FRESH!"
      • THE INVALID REMOVED HERSELF
      • CON BRICKLEY
      • "LET THE DIVIL CLEAR ME OUT OF THE STHRAND!"
      • A WITNESS TO BE PROUD OF
      • HIS MORNINGS WERE SPENT IN PROFFERING IRISH PHRASES
      • MARIA'S PERFORMANCE WAS FAULTLESS
      • THE MODULATOR OPENED WITH A LONG-DRAWN AND NASAL CADENZA
      • THE SERGEANT'S MANNER WAS DISTRESSINGLY APOLOGETIC
      • "DID YE SEE THE POLICE?"
      • "IS THAT MY DARLIN' MAJOR YEATES?" SHOUTED THE COOK
      • "THAT'S A GREAT SIGN OF FINE WEATHER WHEN A HORSE WILL LIE DOWN IN WATHER THAT WAY"
      • "I WILL WALK—I SHOULD REALLY PREFER IT"
      • FLURRY AND I PUT IN A BLAZING SEPTEMBER DAY ON THE MOUNTAIN
      • BRANEY'S LAKE
      • MY WIFE CAME AND ASKED ME IF I WOULD TAKE HER TO THE WORKHOUSE
      • AN INTRICATE AND VARIOUSLY MOVING TIDE OF PEOPLE
      • "THIM'S NO JOKE, SIR, TRIM'S SPRATS!"
      • "HE KNOWS WHAT'S WHAT!" SAID THE LOCUM
      • "THEM HOUNDS ARE IN MY FAMILY, SEED AND BREED, THIS HUNDRED YEARS."
      • "I'LL GO BAIL 'TWAS HIM THAT PICKED ME WIFE'S FASHIONABLE COCKS"
    • THE EGREGIOUS SLIPPER
    • WHIZZED LIKE A DRIVEN GROUSE PAST THE COMBATANTS
    • THE GUARD PUT HIS HAND OVER HIS MOUTH
    • THE VICTIM CAME
    • "AND NOT A BROWN FARTHING MORE WOULD HE GIVE"
    • "I'M DASHED IF SHE HASN'T GOT SULLIVAN'S PONY"
    • HE CROWNED THE ARRANGEMENT WITH THE BOTTLE OF POTHEEN
    • "YE HAVE THEM IN GREAT FORM, MICHAEL"
    • A TRAYFUL OF BURNING SODS OF TURF
    • PURE ECSTASY STRETCHED HIS GRIN FROM EAR TO EAR
    • HE DID NOT DENY HIMSELF A MOST DISSOLUTE WINK
    • "THEY'RE LOVELY FISH ALTOGETHER! THEY'RE LEPPIN' FRESH!"
    • THE INVALID REMOVED HERSELF
    • CON BRICKLEY
    • "LET THE DIVIL CLEAR ME OUT OF THE STHRAND!"
    • A WITNESS TO BE PROUD OF
    • HIS MORNINGS WERE SPENT IN PROFFERING IRISH PHRASES
    • MARIA'S PERFORMANCE WAS FAULTLESS
    • THE MODULATOR OPENED WITH A LONG-DRAWN AND NASAL CADENZA
    • THE SERGEANT'S MANNER WAS DISTRESSINGLY APOLOGETIC
    • "DID YE SEE THE POLICE?"
    • "IS THAT MY DARLIN' MAJOR YEATES?" SHOUTED THE COOK
    • "THAT'S A GREAT SIGN OF FINE WEATHER WHEN A HORSE WILL LIE DOWN IN WATHER THAT WAY"
    • "I WILL WALK—I SHOULD REALLY PREFER IT"
    • FLURRY AND I PUT IN A BLAZING SEPTEMBER DAY ON THE MOUNTAIN
    • BRANEY'S LAKE
    • MY WIFE CAME AND ASKED ME IF I WOULD TAKE HER TO THE WORKHOUSE
    • AN INTRICATE AND VARIOUSLY MOVING TIDE OF PEOPLE
    • "THIM'S NO JOKE, SIR, TRIM'S SPRATS!"
    • "HE KNOWS WHAT'S WHAT!" SAID THE LOCUM
    • "THEM HOUNDS ARE IN MY FAMILY, SEED AND BREED, THIS HUNDRED YEARS."
    • "I'LL GO BAIL 'TWAS HIM THAT PICKED ME WIFE'S FASHIONABLE COCKS"
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