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Today in Irish History - 9 December:

1791 – Sir Thomas Wyse, politician and diplomat, is born in St John, Co. Waterford.

1845 – Frederick Douglass in Belfast.

1861 – John O’Donovan, Irish language scholar, dies. 305 more words

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'I need the Trojans myself, I’ve got a cock on me like a baby’s arm holdin' a peach'

I could always be guaranteed to overhear priceless conversations outside the Golden Grill on William St., in Limerick city which was where the bus to the University departed. 436 more words

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