The Cruise of the Polly Ann.

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[ALLUSION] My visit to Jenkin’s was in some sense disastrous; when they were modestly apologising, the best I could find to say was that the effects of real water had been entirely disregardless of expense.

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The visit was“disastrous” on account presumably of wet weather, which RLS had mentioned to his mother in Letter 440. On p.180, the Editors’ Note 2, referring to the words “disregardless of expense” reads: “A phrase from Artemus Ward. See Letter 156, n. 2.” The phrase occurs in Artemus Ward’s “The Cruise of the Polly Ann”, the brief “jernal of a vyge on the starnch canawl bote, Polly Ann”: “The hosses became docile eventually, and I felt better. The sun bust out in all his splender, disregardless of expense, and lovely Natur put in her best licks.” Artemus Ward was the pen-name of Charles Farrar Browne (1834-67), a popular US humorous writer.

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