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interest they should visit.
Very reluctantly they left the London of so many delights, and started on the prescribed tour, following in the main the lines laid down by their kind friend.
To her sister Louisa Sunday, July 2.
... We are in Dublin, among the Paddies, and funny enough they are. There are many beggars — you cannot get into the carriage without being surrounded with ragged women holding out their dirty hands, and clamouring for ha'pence-we have just returned from Edgeworthtowas quite superseding whale oil. Yes, said she, and in consequence, the whale cannot bear the sight of a pig.
Her little nephew made a real bull.
He was showing me his rat trap, and, said he, I shall kill the rat before I let him out, eh? ...
Dublin, Tuesday. Went to the Repeal meeting at the Corn Exchange.
It was held in a small room in the third or fourth story.
A shilling, sir, said the man at the door to my husband.--What!
replied he, do ladies pay? --Not unless they'd like to become