IRELAND: Time Marches Back

Dazed peasants in County Limerick, staring up this week from their fields, may have thought the Old Boy himself was whipping those demon horses and riding that painted coach down the road to Rathkeale. But it was the Irish Stagecoach, a spanking four-in-hand, with liveried coachman and guards, sounding an ancient English horn in the good Irish air. Revived by Viscount Adare, perhaps as a publicity gag for wife Nancy's holiday inn at Adare,† the stagecoach carries 25 passengers, will make three de luxe trips each week.

Less de luxe makeshifts are...

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