|'Peter the Painter' C96 Mauser|
Red Hand of Ulster
"pleased... at having other people's weather" maybe: seeing thru their eyes?
There's been several men named Festus King in the Galway area in the last 200yrs, and as of 1959 the name still appeared on one of the storefronts in this image: (described vaguely as a shop, but maybe instead an office?)
FDV: "who, when mistakenly molested, was simply exercising one of the most primary liberties of the subject by walking along a public thoroughfare in broad daylight. As if that would not do a countryman Festy King who gave an address in Monaghan was subsequently brought up on an improper indictment of both counts."
4DV: "who, when mistakenly ambushed, was simply exercising one of the most primary liberties of the subject by walking along a public thoroughfare in broad daylight. As if that was not enough for anyone but little headway was made when a countryman, Festy King, who gave an address in Joyce's country in the heart of a wellfamed poteen district, was subsequently brought up on an improperly framed indictment."
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