Hamilton Long's

As Bloom steps out of St. Andrew's church at 10:15, he decides to get some lotion made up for Molly at Sweny's, and then casts his thoughts to another nearby pharmacy: "Hamilton Long's, founded in the year of the flood." This pharmacy had several shops in the Dublin area, but the closest one to Bloom's location on Westland Row, and to the Huguenot cemetery that he thinks is "near there," was at 107 Grafton Street. It is shown in the accompanying photograph.

JH 2018

Hamilton Long's on Grafton Street, in a photograph held in the archives of the National Library of Ireland. The American flag flown next door is interesting. Source: Cyril Pearl, Dublin in Bloomtime.