The wisdom of the appointment was immediately shown by the assiduity with which Ussher engaged in founding the observatory.
"Carol, see and get an ass to put these kishes on," said Ussher.
Ussher, archbishop of Armagh, also born in Dublin, devoted himself to the study of Irish antiquities.
You know, Thady, she can go to Ussher; he says he'll keep her.
On the morning of the races the two brothers and Ussher were sitting over a very late breakfast at Brown Hall.
You know that ruffian Ussher 'll be there; and I don't want to be meeting him.
So Ussher suggested; and though the assumption is not essential to his theory, it falls in with it very aptly.
Oh, no, Mary,—you're the bride you know; Captain Ussher must dance with you first.
I leave you to judge, my dear Ussher, into what perplexity I was cast by this accident.
And if it war so, Captain Ussher, what have I to do with it?