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'Irish Architecture', 1867. The angler in the doorway asks Hullo, Pat, What are you about now? Pat replies Shure, I'm raisin' me roof a bit, yer honour-r!! An early example of an 'Irish' joke. Pat 'raises his roof' by the simple means of lowering his floor. From Punch, or the London Charivari, June 1, 1867.
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