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" In a twinkling, two great stout men with big cudgels issued from the bottle (I do not know how they got room in it), and belaboured poor Mick and his wife and all his family, till they lay on the floor, when in they went again. "
The Magazine of the beau monde; or, Monthly journal of fashion [afterw.] The ... - Page 75
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Fairy legends and traditions of the south of Ireland [by T.C. Croker].

Thomas Crofton Croker - 1825
...called out as soon as he saw Molly — " Oh ! sure I Ve another bottle f "Arrah ! then, have you? why, then, you're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that's what...poor Mick and his wife and all his family, till they lay on the floor, when in they went again. Mick, as soon as he recovered, got up and looked about him...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 32

1825
...out as soon as he saw Molly — " Oh ! sure I've another bottle !" ' " Arrah ! then, have you ? why, then, you're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that's what...do your duty." In a twinkling, two great stout men uiiii big cudgels issued from the bottle (I do not know how they got room in it), and belaboured poor...
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The Dublin and London magazine

1825
...called out as soon as he saw Molly — Oh ! sure I've another bottle !' ' Arrah ! then, have you ? why, then, you're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that's what...exultingly cried out, 'Bottle, do your duty.' In* twinkling, two great stout men with big cudgelt issued from the bottle (I do not know how ihey got...
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Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland: The shefro. The ...

Thomas Crofton Croker - Fairy tales - 1826
...soon as he saw Molly — " Oh! sure I've another bottle!" " Arrah! then, have you? why, then, your're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that's what you are." In...stout men with big cudgels issued from the bottle, (1 do not know how they got room in it,) and belaboured poor Mick and his wife and all his family,...
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Evenings with the old story tellers, select tales from the Gesta Romanorum ...

G B - 1845
...called out, as soon as he saw Molly, " Oh ! sure I've another bottle !" " Arrah ! then, have you ? why, then, you're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that's what...every thing right ; and Mick, looking at his bottle, exulting cried out, " Bottle, do your duty !" In a twinkling, two great stout men with big cudgels...
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The Remember Me: a Token of Love for 1855

Gift books - 1854 - 252 pages
...sure I've another bottle !" " Arrah ! then, have you ? why, then, you're a lucky man, Mick Purceli, that's what you are." In an instant she put every thing right ; and Mick, looking at his bottle, exulting cried out, " Bottle, do your duty !" In a twinkling, two great stout men with big cudgels...
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Fairy legends and traditions of the south of Ireland [by T.C. Croker]. With ...

Thomas Crofton Croker - Folklore - 1859 - 344 pages
...as he saw Molly, " Oh ! sure,. I 've another bottle ! " " Arrah ! then have you ? why, then, you 're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that's what you are." In an instant she put everything right ; and Mick, looking at his bottle, exultingly cried out, "Bottle, do your duty." In...
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Popular Tales and Fictions: Their Migrations and Transformations, Volume 1

William Alexander Clouston - Fairy tales - 1887 - 1000 pages
...swept, the table covered with a nice clean cloth, and then Mick sets liis bottle on the ground and calls out, " Bottle ! do your duty." In a twinkling, "two...stout men with big cudgels issued from the bottle and belaboured poor Mick and his wife and all his family, till they lay on the floor, when in they...
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Folk-lore and Legends: Ireland

C. J T. - Folklore - 1889 - 192 pages
...why, then, you 're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that 's what you are." In an instant she put everything right ; and Mick, looking at his bottle, exultingly...poor Mick and his wife and all his family till they lay on the floor, when in they went again. Mick, as soon as he recovered, got up and looked about him...
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Popular Irish readings in prose and verse, ed. by R. Ford

Robert Ford - 1897
...called out as soon as he saw Molly — " Oh ! sure I've another bottle." " Arrah ! then, have you f why, then, you're a lucky man, Mick Purcell, that's what you are." In an instant she put everything right ; and Mick, looking at his bottle, exultingly cried out, "Bottle, do your duty." In...
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