IF ONE assumes that people get the capital they deserve the Irish must be a very worthy race. Few governments find themselves housed in a city of such varied character as Dublin. Sheltered below the Wicklow Hills, bisected by the Liffey, boasting a profusion of unspoiled Georgian architecture, with an enviable literary and dramatic tradition and the largest brewery in the world, it is peopled by folk whose ease of manner and cadency of voice give them an irresistible charm.
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