Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pat. Larkin” in chapter 1 of James Parton, The life of Horace Greeley:
... own New England mountains. There never existed a people at once so jovial and so religious. This volume could be filled with a collection of their religious repartees and pious jokes. It was Pat. Larkin , a Scotch-Irishman, near Londonderry, who, when he was accused of being a Catholic, because his parents were Catholics, replied: If a man happened to be born in a stable, would that make him a horse?...
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