Textual development Manuscript to Errata I.4

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

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As the lion in our teargarten remembers the nenuphars of his Nile |10(shall Ariuz forget Arioun or Boghas the baregams of the Marmarazalles from Marmeniere?)10| it may be|10, tots wearsense full a naggin in twentyg have sigilposted what in our brievingbust,10| thatº the besieged bedreamt him stillº and solely of those lililiths undeveiled which had undone him, gone for ayeº, and knew not the watchful treachers at his wake, andº theirs to stay. |10Fooi, fooi, chamermissies! Zeepyzoepy, larcenlads! Zijnzijn zijnzijnº!10| It may be|10, we moest ons hasten selves te declareer it,10| that he reglimmed? presaw? the fields of |7wheat heat7| and |7fields yields7| of wheat where corngold Ysit? shamed and shone. It may be|10, we habben to upseek a bitty door our good township's courants want we knew't,10| that with his deepseeing insight (had not wishing oftbeenº but good time wasted), petrifiedº withinº his patriarchal shamanah, broadsteyne 'bove citie |6(Twillby! Twillby!)6|, he,º conscious of enemies, |6a kingbilly |7whitehorsed7| in a Finglas mill,6| prayed as he sat on anxious seatº |10(kunt ye neat gift mey |atoo toea| bout a peer saft |aeggers eyballdsa|!)10| during that three and a |7half hellof7| hours' agony of silence, |7in exº7| |v4profundo profundisv4| malorum, withº unfeigned charity that his |10ouxtradorº10| wordwounder,º |7a born |+8a born and bred an+|8| engelsº |8|+to the teeth+|8|7| who|8|+, nomened Nash of Girahash,º+|8| would go |v4anyoldwhereºv4| |8|+in the weeping world+|8| on his |5mottled5| belly |8(the rab|a, the kreeponskneeda|!)8| |v4anywherev4| for milk, music or married |v4women, missusses,ºv4| might,º mercy to providential benevolence's |5(who hates prudencies)º5| astuteness,º unfold into the first of a distinguished dynasty of his posteriors,
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|5blackfaced connemaras not of the fold but elder children of his household,5| his most besetting of ideasº (pace his |5twelve twolve5| |7predominant |+8predaminant predamanant+|8|7| passions) being the formation, as in more favoured climes, |8|+where the Meadow of Honey is guestfriendly and the Mountain of Joy receives,+|8| of a truly criminal stratum, |5Ham's cribcracking yeggs,5| thereby at last eliminating from the oppidump, much desultory delinquency fromº all classes and masses with directly derivative decasualisation|5: |7sigarius (sic!) vindicat urbes terrorum (sicker!):7| and so|10, to mark a lankº taal she arter,10| the hobedienceº of t the citizens |7be elp7| the ealth of the ole5|.
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|10Now gode.10| Let us leave |4theory theories4| there and return to here's here. Now hear. |10'Tis gode again.10| The |8|+teak+|8| coffin, |8|+Pughglasspanelfitted,+|8| feets to the east, was to turn in handyº later, |10and pitly patly near the porpus,10| materially effecting the cause. And this|10, liever,10| is the |6howe thinghowe6|. Any number of conservative public bodies, |5through |8|s+a number ofs+|8| select and other committees |8|s+having power to add to their numbers+|8|,5| before voting themselves |8and himself, town, port |~& and~| garrison,8| by a fit and proper resolution|10, following a koorts order of the groundwet,10| once for all out of plotty existence,º |10as a forescut, so you maateskippey might to you cuttinrunner on a neuw pack of klerds,10| made him, while his body still |7existed persisted7|, their present of a |8protem8| grave in Moyelta of the best Lough Neagh pattern,º then as much in demand among misonesans as the Isle of Man today among limniphobes. |10Wacht even!10| It was in a fairly fishy |10condition kettlekerry10| afterº the Fianna's foreman had taken his handful,º enriched with ancient woods |5and dear dutchy deeplinns5| |4and mid which were an4| old knoll and a troutbeck, |5vainyvain of her osiery and5| |8chatty a chatty sally8| with any |4Will Wilt4| or Walt who would ongle her as Izaak did to the tickle of his rod and watch her (++8waters: waters of,++) her sillying (++waters: waters of,º++)8| and there now|5, brownº peater everippleº5| (may their quilt gild lightly over his somnolutentº |5form!) form!),º5| Whoforyou lies his last, by the wrath of |5God Bog5|, like the erst curst Hun in the bed of his |8trueblue treubleu8| |4Donauhu Donawhu4|.

|10Best.10| This wastohavebeen underground heaven|8|+, or mole's paradise|11, |athis whichº was probably also |ban inversion ofb| aa| phallopharosº intended |ato foster wheat crops anda| to gingerº up theº tourist tradeº11|+| (its architectº, |a|~Mgr~| Peurelachasse,ºa| having been obcaecated lest
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he should petrifake |asuchanother suchanevvera| while the contractors,º |~Messrs~| T. A. Birkettsº and L. O. Tuohalls,º were made invulnerably venerable)8|, firstº in the west, |7he our misterbilder|8, Castlevillainous,º8|7| openly damned and blasted by means of a hydromine, systemº Sowan and Beltinyº, exploded from a |5reinvented5| |8|s+T.N.T.s+|8| bombingpost up ahoy of eleven hundred and thirtytwoº wingrests (circiter) to |4sternboard sternboordº4| out of his aerial |4thorpedo thorpeto4|, Auton Dynamon, contacted with the expectant minefield by tins of improved ammoniaº lashed to her shieldplated gunwaleº and fused into tripup cablesº, slipping through tholesº and playing down from the conning tower into the ground battery fuseboxes, all differing as clocks from keys since nobody appeared to have the same |4time and time |5of beard, some saying |7by their oorolog Oorlog7| it was Sygstrygg'sº to nine, more holding |7with |athea| Ryan |10wacht vogt10|7| it was Dane to pfife5|. He4| afterwards|8, |10when whaanever10| hisº blaetther began to fail off him and his rough bark was wholly husky and, stoop by stoop, he neared it (woodm wouldmanspare!),º8| carefully lined the ferroconcrete result with rotproof bricks and mortarº, fassed to fossed, |8|x|~to retire and retired~| beneath the heptarchy of his towerettes, the beauchamp, byward, bellº and lion, the white, the wardrobe and
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|~the bloody and bloodied,~|
x|8| so encouraging |10(insteppen, alls als hats beliefd!)10| |7other additional7| useful |7bodies councils7| public |10with hoofd offdealings which were welh welholden of ladykants te huur out10| such as |5the Breeders' Union,5| the Guild of Merchants of the Stapleº |7et a.u.c.º7| to present unto him |8|s+with funebral pompºs+|8| over and above thatº a stone slab with the usual |7MacPelahº7| address of valedictionº|9, |sha very fairworded instance of falsemeaning adamelegysh|9|: We have done |10ours gohellt10| with you, |7Mr Heer7| Herewhippit, |10overgiven it,10| skidoo!

|88| |10But t'house and allaboardshoops!10| Show coffins, winding sheets,º cinerary urns, liealoud brassesº, snuffchests, poteentubbs|7, goodbuy bierchepesº|8, lacrimal (+10ewerts vases+)10|,8|7| |10hoodendoses, |areekwaterglassies reekwaterbeckersa|, breakmiddles, zootzaks for eatlust|x, including upyourhealthing rookworst, and meathewersoftened forkenpootsiesx|10| and for that matter|10, javel also,10| any kind of |s+8funeral inhumationarys+|8| bric |7to au7| brac |8for the adornamentº of |~this his~| glasstone |~honupheum honophreumº~|8| would|10, met these trein of konditiens,10| naturally follow|7, halas,7| in the ordinary course, enabling that roundtheworlder |10wandelingswight, did suches pass
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,10| to live |7all7| safeathomely |7all7| the |5presenile5| days of his life of opulence, embalmed |5ancient ere decrepitude,5| |10late lents last lenienceº |atill stuffering stagea|,10| whaling away the whole of the while, lethelulled |8(hypnos chilia eonon!)º8| |5between explosion and reexplosionº5| |8(|~Donnauwatter Donnaurwatteur~|! Hunderthunder!)8| from grosskopp to megapod, embalmed, |5of grand age,5| rich in death anticipated.

|8|+But abide Zeit's sumonserving, rise after fallº: blueblitzboltedº from |aOnhigh Sideriaºa|, buried burrowing in Gehinnon, |athere, knowing the hingeworms of the hallmirks of habitationlessness,ºa| to proliferate through all his Unterwealth, seam by seam, sheol om sheol, and revisit |athe oura| Uppercrust |aofº Utilitariosa|, the divine one, the hoarder hidden, propagatingº his plutorpopular progeniem of pots and pans and pokers and puns |10from biddenland to boughtenland, the spearway fore the spoorway10|.+|8|

The other spring offensive on the heights of Abraham may have come about all quite by |7accident accidence7|. Foughtarundserº |5(for Breedabrooda had at length persuadedº him to have himself to be |+8buried as septuply buried as the murdered Cian+|8| in Finntown)º5| had not been three monads in his watery grave |10(what vigilantes and ridings then and spuitwyne pledges with aardappel frittling!)10| when |4putrifaction portrifaction4|, dreyfussed as ever, began to ramp, ramp, ramp, the boys are parching. |10A hoodenwinkle gave the signal and a blessing paper freed the flood. |aWhy did the patrizien make him scares with his gruntens? Because the druiven were |bmuscating muskatingb| at the door.a|10| From both Celtiberian camps (granting at the onset for the sake of argument that men on the two sides,º |5in New South Ireland and Vetera Uladh,5| bluemin and pillfaces, during the ferment With the Pope or On the Pope, had, moors or letts, grant ideas, |+5granted grunted+|5|) all conditions|5, poor cons and dives mor,5| |9each, of
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course, |shon the purely doffensivesh| since the |sheternals were owlwise on their side every timesh|,9| were drawn toowards their Bellona'sº Black Bottom, onceº Woolwhite's Waltz (Ohiboh,º how becrimed, becursekissed and bedumbtoit!),º some for want of proper feeding in youth, others already caught in the honourable act of slicing outº careers for family and carvers |4in conjunction4|:º and,º if emaciated enoughº, the person garrotted may have suggested to whomeverº
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took the ham of|5, the plain being involved in darkness,5| incarnate wag low cirque waggery, nay, even the first old wugger of himself in the flesh|6, whiggissimus6| incarnadined,º when falsesighted by the ifsuchhewas bully on the hill,º a tory of the tories,º for there had circulated freely fairly among his opposition |v4the feeling that in so hibernating |athat that the feeling that in so hibernatinga|v4| Massa Eewackaº, who, previous to that demidetached exi life, had been known of barmicidal days, cook said, between soup and savouryº, to get outside his own length of rainbow trout |7and taerts atta tarn7| as no man of woman born, |8nay,º could, like the great crested grebeº, devour his three score tenº of roach per lifeday|a, ay,a| and as many minnow a minute (the big mix, the may |~unread Gibbet~| choke him!),º8| was, like the salmon of his ladderleap,º all this time of totality|v4,ºv4| |8|+noctu semenipsum manducare,º+|8| secretly |6and by suckage6| feedingº on his own misplaced fat.

Ladies did not disdain those |5pagan ironed5| times of the first cityº |5(called after the ugliest Danadune)5| when a frond was a friend |10idneed inneedº10| to carry|5, as earwigs do their dead,5| their soil to the earthball |10where indeeth we shall calm decline, our legacy unknown10|. Venuses were gigglibly temptatrix, vulcans guffawably eruptious and the whole wives' world frockful of fickles. Fact, any human inyanº you liked any erenoon or |5after efter5| would take her bare |4godkin goddkinº4| out, or an even pair of |4him hem4| |9(lugod! lugodoo!)9|, andº prettily pray with him (or with em even),º everyhe to her taste, long for luck, tapette and tape petter and take pettest of all. |8Tip!º8| Wells she'd woo and wills she'dº win but |4how4| the deer knowed where she'd marry |5her5|!º Arbour, bucketroom, caravan, ditch?º Coach, carriage, wheelbarrow, dungcart?º

|88| Kate Strong |8(tip!)º8|, a widow |8(tiptip!)º8| — she pulls a gl |9|shlanesh|9| picture for us |9|shinº a dreariodreama settingsh|9|, glowing and very vidual, of old dumplan as she nosed it, a homelike cottage of elvanstone with droppings of biddies, stinkend pusshies, |8|~and, beside the moggies moggies'~| duggies,8| rotten witchawubbles |+8and,+|8| festering rubbages |8|+and beggars' bullets+|8|, if not worse, sending |5salmofarious5| germs in gleefully through the smithereen panesWidow Strong, then, |8( as her weaker had turned him to the wall (tiptiptip!),º8| did most all the scavenging from good King Hamlaugh's gulden |+8doyne dayne+|8| onwards,º |7but though7| her lean besom cleaned but sparingly,º and her bare statement reads that,
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there being no |v4macadamised sidewalks |amacadamiseda| sidetracksºv4| |5in on5| those old nekropolitan nightsº barring a footbatter|5, Bryant's Causeway,5| bordered with sorrel, white speedwell, white clover and sorrel a wood knows,
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which left off|8|+, being beaten,+|8| where the plaintiff was struck,º she left |4down4|,º as scavengersº who will be scavengersº |5will must5|, her filthdump near the |5Dog Pond Serpentine5| in |7Phoenix Phornix7| Park (at her time called Finewell's Keepsacreº but later tautaubapptossed Pat's Purge), |9|shthat dangerfield circling butcherswood where fireworker oh flaherty engaged a nutter of castlemallards and ah for archer stunned 'sº turk,sh|9| all over which fossil footprints, bootmarks, fingersigns, elbowdints, kneecaves,º breechbowlsº a.s.o. were all successively traced of a |4mistenvolving mostenvolvingº4| description. What |5safer place subtler |7place timeplace7| of the weald5| than such |6wolfsbelly6| castrament |7to willº7| hide a leabhar from Thursmen's brandihands or a loveletter, lostfully hers, that would be lust on Ma, than there whereº ructions ended, than here where race began: and by four hands of forethought the first babe of reconcilement is laid in its last cradle of hume sweet hume. Give over it! And no more of it! So pass the pick for child sake! O men!

|77| For hear Allhighest sprack |9|xfor krischnians as for propagana fidiesx|9|: andº his nuptial eagles sharped their beaks of prey: and every murphylº man of us, pome by pome, falls back into this terrine: as it was let it be, says he!º And it is as though |9where Agni araflammed and Mithra monished and Shiva slew as mayamutras9| the streamlettes of theº obluvial waters of our noarchic memory withdrew, windingly |5obedient goharksome5|, |9to some hastyswastyº timberman torchpriest, flamenfan, the ward of the wind that lightened the fire that lay in the woodº that Jove bolt,9| at herº rude word:º |10Posidonius O'Fluctuary!10| Laveº that bloody stone as it is! Whatº are you doing your dirty minx and his big treeblock way up your path? Sl Slipº around, you, by the |7rere rare7| of the minister'sº! Andº, you, take that barrel back where you got it, MacShane'sº, and go the way your old one went, Hatchettsbury Road! And|4, gish,º4| how they gushed away, the pennyfares, a whole school for scamper, with their sashes flying |4loose sish4| behind them!, all the little pirlypettes! Issy-la-Chapelle! Any lucans, please?
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|8|s+Yes, the viability of vicinals if invisible is invincible. And we are not trespassing on his corns either. Look at all the plotsch! |saFlaminian!ºsa| If this was Hannibal's |away walka| it was Hercules' work. |saAnd a hungried thousand of the unemancipated slaved the| The mausoleum lies behind us |9(O Adgigasta, multipopulipater!º)9| and there are milestones in their cheadmilyas cheadmilias faultering along the |saway |sbtramesway tramestracksb|sa|, byº |9Brahm and Antonº9| Hermes! |aPer omnibus secular secul seekalarum.º Amain.a| But the past has made us |saa thissa| present of |sathis asa| |saroad rhedarhoadsa|. So more boher toº O'Connell! |9Though rainyhidden, you're rhinohide.9| And if he's not a Romeo you may scallop your hat. |aWereupunder in the fane of Saint Fiacre!a| Halte!s+|8|

|+8Yes, it It+|8| was hard by the howe goesº there,º |4plainly4| on this disoluded |9and a buchan cold9| spotº, rupestric then, resurfaced that now is, |9that Luttrell sold
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if Lautrill bought,9| in the saddle of Brennan'sº |9(now Malpasplace?)9| pass, |v4miles versts |5and versts5|v4| from true civilisation, |8not where his dreams top their traums haltº (Beneathere! Beneathere!º) but8| where livland yontide meared with the wilde, saltlea with flood, that the attackler,º though under medium |7and between colours7|, withº truly |8native cropatkinº8| pluckº engaged |5him who the Adversary |8who had more in his eye than was less to his leg but8| whom5|, forº plunder sake, he mistook in the heavy rain to be |5Oglethorpe or5| |8somebody else some other ginkus|a, Parr aparrently,a|8| to whom |8he the headandheelless chickenestegg8| bore some |5facial michelangiolesqueº5| resemblance, making use of sacrilegious languages to the |8effect defect8| that he would |9challenge their hemosphores to exterminate them but he would9| cannonise the b—y b—r's life out of him and lay him out contritely as |8soon smart8| as the b—r had his b—y nightprayers said, |8three patrecknocksters and a couplet of |s+hellmerries hellmuirries |9(|shtout est sacré pour un sacreur,º femme à barbe ou homme-nourricesh|)9|,s+|8| atº the same time|9, so as to pluggwellº |shlet the blubbywail ghoats out of him,sh|9| catching holst of an oblong bar he had and with which he usually broke furnitures he rose the stick at him. |9The boarder incident prerepeated itself.9| |8They The pair8| |10(whethertheywere Nippoluono engaging Wei-Lung Wei-Ling-Taonº or de Razzkias trying to reconnoistre the general Boukl Boukeleff, man may not say)º10| struggled |8apairently8| for some considerable time |9(the cradle rocking equally
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to one and oppositely from the other on its law of capture and recapture)9| |8underº the All-Inº rules8| around the booksafe, fighting like purple top and tipperuhry |5swede Swede5|, |9as stuck as that catº to that mouse in that tube of that christchurch organ |a(didº the imirageº Girl Cloud of Girl Cloud Pensive floatº above them,º light young charm, in ribbons and pigtail?)a|,º9| and in the course of their tussle the tallerº man|8, who had opened his bully bowl to beg,º8| said to the |5other miner5| who was carrying the worm |9(a handy term for the portable distillery which consisted of three vats, two jars and several bottles,º though we purposely say nothing of the stiff, both parties having an interest in the spirits)9|:º

Letº me go, |s+8Paudheen Pautheens+|8|!º I hardly knew ye.

Laterº on|9, after the |asolstitiala| pause for |arefleshment refleshmeanta|,9| the same manº (or a different and younger ham of the same himº) asked |5in the vermicular5| with a very |8eggly oggly8| chew-chin-grin as if he forgot somethingº:

Wasº six |7victorios victolios7| fifteen pigeon takee offa you, tell he me, |7strongfella stlongfella7|, by pickypockyº ten to |7four foul7| months behindaside?

Thereº |4was were4| some further |7collidabanter and7| severe tries to convert for the best part of an hour and now a |5wooden woden5| affair in the shape of a webley |8|s+(we at once recognise our old friend Ned of so many illortemporate letters)s+|8| fell from the intruserº who |9(|shSecremented Serviour of the Divine Zeal!sh|)º9| |5thereupon whereupon5| became friendly and|9, saying not |errto tear his shirt his shirt to tearºerr|,9| |errwanted to know to know wantedºerr|, |errlaying all joking and knobkerries aside
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joking and knobkerries all aside layingºerr|, if his |4chance change4| companion,º who stuck still to his the invention of his strongbox |10withº a tenacity corrobberating their mutual tenitorial rights10|, happened to have the loots change of a tenpound crickler about him at the moment, addling that,º hap so, he would pay him back the six vics odd, do you see, out of that for what was taken on the man of samples last Yuni or Yuly, do you follow me|5, |s8major Capns8|5|? To this the other|8, Billi with the Boule,8| who had mummed and mauled up to that |9(for he was hesitency carried to excelcism)9| rather amusedly replied:

Woowooº would you be |5greatly grossly5| surprised, Hill, to learn that, as it so happens, I honestly have not such a thing as the loo, as the least chance of a ten pound tinpanned crackler anywhere about me at the present mohomoment but I believe I can see my way, as you suggest, |9it being Yuletide or Yuddanfest and as it's mad nuts, son, for you
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when it's hatter's hares, mon, for me,9| to advance you something like four and sevenpence between hopping and troppingº which you might just as well have|9, boy baches,9| to buy J. J. and S.º with. |8|s+

Thereº was a minute silence before memory's fire's rekindling and then.s+|8| |5Heart alive!5| Whwh atº very first wind of gaygayº and whiskwy,º 's wickº ears pricked up, the |4starving4| gunman, strike him pink |8for a chip off the old flintº8|, became strangely calm and forthright |9said sware by all |athe hisa| lards porsenal9| |8that the thorntree of |~hell |s+Shiol Sheolºs+|~| might ramify up his |~unread Sheofon~| |ato the |~appointee lux apointlex~|a| but8| he would go good to him |5some day suntime|8, marxº my word fortº |9(in the Nichtian glossery which purveys aprioric roots for aposteriorious tongues this is nat language at any sinse of the world and one might as fairly go and kish his sprogues as fail to certify whether the wartrophy eluded at some lives earlier was that somethink like a jug, to what, a coctable French hen or the portlifowlium of hastes and leisures, about to continue)9|,º8|5| |s+8and remarking remarxings+|8| inº languidoily, |s+8apparently seeminglys+|8| much more highly pleased than tongue could tell at this opening of a lifetime and the foretaste of the |4Red Dun4| Bank pearlmothers and the boy to wash down which he would feed to himself in the Ruadh Cow at Tallaght and then |5in into5| the Good Woman at Ringsend and then after her |5in inat5| Conway's Inn at Blackrock and, first to fall, cursed be all, where appetite would keenest be, |9funeral fare or fun fain real,º9| |5at atte5| Adam and Eve's in Quantity Street |9by the grace of gameº |shQueenº Tailte, her willsh| and testament9|:º

Youº stunning little southdowner! I'd know you anywhere, Declaney, let me trucefullyº tell you,º |10in or out of the lexinctonº of life,º10| and who the hell else, be your blanche patch |9on the boney part9|!º Goalball I've struck this |9daylit dielate9| |v4day of days night of nightsv4|, by golly! My hat, you have some |8bully ballyº8| German grit, sundowner!

|9Heº spud in his faust (axin): he toped the raw best (pardun):º he poked his pick (a tip is a tap): and he tucked his friend's leave.9| |9With Andº with9| that theº queer
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exchanged the pax in anº embrace or poghue puxy as practised between brothers of the same breast, hillelulia, killelulia, |12allenalaw,12| and|8|x, |10having ratified |abefore the god of the daya| their torgantruce which belittlers have schmallkalled the treatyng to cognac,10| turning his fez |10menialstrait10| in the
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direction of Moscaº, he first got rid of a few bitsmillersº |~& hurooshoos, and hurooshoos and~|x|8| levanted off |10with tubular |s11jubalance jurbulances11| at a bull's run10| over the assback bridge|8, spittingº his teeths on roots,º8| with the |9four and seven seven and four9| in danegeld and |8his their8| humoral hurlbat or other uncertain arti weapon of lignum vitae |9(but so evermore |12rhunamsant rhumanasant12| of a toboggan poop)9| picked up,º to keep some crowplucking appointment |10|awith some rival rialtorºa| anywheres between Pearidge and the Littlehorn10| while this poor delaneyº who |8he they8| left along with the |10confederate10| fender behindº and who|10, albeitº ballsbluffed,10| bore up wonderfully |4under wunder4| all of it with a whole number of plumsized contusiums, plus alasalah bruised coccyx, all over him, reported the occurrenceº in the best way he could, |8to the flabbergaze of the whole lab,8| givingº |10the Paddybanners10| the military salute |9as for his exilicy's theº O'Daffy9|, in justifiable hope that|9, in |anobiloromana| review of the hugely sitisfactuary conclusium of their negotiations and the jugglemonkysh agripment |aunderivative deinderivativea|,9| some lotion or fomentation of poppyheads would be |10jennerously10| exhibited to the parts,º at the nearest watchhouse onº Vicar Lane, |10the white ground of10| his face all covered with |10diagonallyº redcrossed10| nonfatal mammalian blood as proof positiveº of the seriousness of his character and that he was bleeding |9in self defience (stanch it!)9| from the nostrils, lips, pavilion and palate, while some of his |9hitter's9| |7hair hairs7| had been pulled off his |9knut's9| head by Colt though otherwise his allround health appeared to be middling along as it proved most fortunate that not one of the two hundred and six bones |6and five hundred and one muscles6| in his corso was a whit the whorse for |8the her8| whacking. |8Herwho?8|

Nowthen, leaving clashing ash, brawn and muscle and brassmade to oust earthenbornº and |5rockcrystal to wreck isinglass but5| |7coming wurming7| along gradually |8|s+for our savings backtowards motherwaters and so many miles from B bank and Dublin stone |9(|sholympiadingsh| even till the |sheleventh dynasty to reach that thuddysickend Hamlaughsh|)9| ands+|8| to the question of |5boney's5| unlawfully obtaining a pierced paraflamme and |5claptrap5| fireguard,º there crops out the still more salient point of the politish leanings and town pursuits of our forebeer, |9El Don De Dunelli |a(|shmay his ship thicked stick
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in the bottol of the river and he all his crewsers
stock locked in the burral of the seassh|!)a|,9| who,º when |5within the black of your |7nail toenail, sir,7| of being5| mistakenly ambushed |10by one of the uddahveddahsº10| as and as close as made no matter|7, mam,7| to being |5revolvered kayoed5| offhandº when the |5hyougono5| heckler with the Peter the Painter wanted to hole him, was consistently practising the first of the primary |8|s+and imprescriptibles+|8|
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liberties of the pacific subject by circulating |7(be British, boys, |8toº your bellybone8| and |8give chuck8| a chum a chance!)7| alongst one of our umphrohibited |5semitary5| thrufahrts, |7open to buggy and bike,7| to walk, Wellington Park Road,º with the curb |9or |shquaker's quacknostrumsh|9| under his auxter and his alpenstuck in his redhand, a highly commendable exercise, or, number two of our acta legitima plebeia, on the brink |7(beware to baulk a man at his will!)7| of taking place upon a public seat, |7to what, |aunread barea| by Butt's, most easterly |9(but all goes west!)9| of blackpool bridges, as a public protest and naturlikeviceº7| without intent to annoy either, being |5praisegood thankfully for the |awrathbereaveda| ringdove and the |afearstunga| boaconstrictor and all the more5| right jollywell pleased, which he was, at having other people's weather.

But to return to the Atlanticº |8|+and |aPhenicia Phenitiaa| Proper+|8|. As if that were not to be enough for anyone but little headway, if any, was made in solvingº the wasnottobe crime conundrumº when a child of Maam, Festy King, |9of a family long and honourably associated with the tar and feather industries,9| who gave an address in old plomauschº Mayo of the Saxons, in the heart of a foulfamed |7poteen potheen7| district, was subsequently |7brought haled7| up |5at the Old Bailey5| on the calends of Marsº under an |s+8improperly incompatiblys+|8| framed indictment of both the counts |8|9|x(from |aboth eacha| equinoxious points of view, the one fellow's fetch being the other follow's person)x|9|,º that is to see, flying cushats out of his |~overalls ouveralls~| and making fesses at |~with immodst~| his forces |~in on~| the field8|. |8Oyeh! Oyeh!8| When the prisoner, soaked in methylated, appeared in dry dock, |9appatently |shambrosiaurealisedsh| |alikeº |shKersse's Korduroy Karikaturesh|a|,9| wearing |12(besides stains, rents and patches)º12| his fight shirt, |8(++straw braces,++)8| souwester and a policeman's cr crr corkscrew |5trowsers trowswers5| all out of the trueº (as he had purposely torn up all his cymtrymanx |s+8clothes bespokess+| in the mamertime8|), deposing for
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his exutionº |10with all the fluors of sparse10| in the royal Irish vocabularlyº how the whole |8padderjagmartin (++tripiezite++)8| suet |10and all the sulfeit of copperas10| had fallen off him |10quatz10| unaccountably |10like the cr chrystalisations of Alum on Even10| while he was trying for to stick fire to himcell |9(|shin feacht he was dripping as he found upon stripping for a pipkin of maltº as he feared the coold rainesh|)9|, itº was attempted by the crown |9(|shP.C. Robortsh|)9| to show that King, |8|~alias elois~| Crowbar|9, |aoncea| known as |shMelekysh|,9|8| impersonating a climbing boy, rubbed |8some pixes of8| any luvial |9mud peatsmoor9| on to o'er his face|9, plucks and pussas,9| with a clanetourf as the best means of disguising himself and was atº the |5middlewhite5| fair in Mudford of a Thoorsday|9, feishts of Peeler and |errPolee Poleºerr|,9| under the |s+8an thes+|8| illassumed |s+8name namess+|8| of Tykingfest |8and Rabworc8| pickedº |8by him and Anthony8| outº of a tellafun book, ellegedlyº with a |5pedigrueº5| pig |4(unlicensed)4| and a hyacinth around halftime twixt dusk and dawn. |8|+They were on that sea |9|shby the plain of Irsh|9| nine hundred and ninetynine years and they never cried crack
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or ceased from regular |sablank paddlewickingsa| till that they landed their two and a trifling selves|9, amadst camel and ass, greybeard and suckling, priest and pauper, |amatron marmatronºa| and merrymeg,9| into the meddle of the mudstorm.+|8| The gathering, convened |5by the Irish Angricultural and Prepostoral Ouraganisationsº5| to help the Irish muck to look his brother dane in the face,º and attended|8, thanks to Larry,º8| by large numbers |8|s+ofº christies and jews'º totemss+|8|, tospite of the deluge, was distinctly of a scattery kind when the |5animal ballybricken5| |8|+he could get no good of|9, after cockofthewalking through a few fancyfought mains,º9|+|8| ate some of the |4doorway doorweg4|, |7King the |apiky pikeya|7| later selling the gentleman ratepayer because she|8, Francie's sister, that is |~to say~|,º8| ate a whole side of herº |5(the animal's)5| sty,º Qui Sta Troia, in order to pay off|8, hiss or lick,8| six doubloons fifteen arrears of his, the villain's not the rumbler's,º rent.

|8|++|8| Remarkable evidence was given, anon, by an eye, ear, nose and throat witness, |8|s+whom |saWesleyansa| chapelgoers suspected of being a plainclothesº priest,s+|8| W— P—,º |7|aof situate ata| Nullnull, Medical Square,7| who|5, upon takin letting down his rice and |apeagreen peacegreena| coverdisk |8|s+and having been sullenly cautioned against yawning while
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being grilled
s+|8|,5| smiledº |10(he had had |aaa| onebumper at parting from Mrs Molroe in the morning)10| and stated to his eliciter |5underº his morse mustaccents |8(gobbless!)8|5| thatº |7heº slept with a bonafides and that he would be |asleeping doorbringingºa| there that night and how7| he was pleasedº to remember the filth of November|5, hatinaringº, rowdy O,5| which|5|+, with the jiboulees of |aMarch |bJune Junob|a| |8and the dates of ould lanxiety8|,+|5| was going, please the Rainmaker, to |~8decemb into decembs within~|8| the ephemerides of profane history|9, all one with Tournay, Yetstoslay and Temorah,9| and thatº one thing which would |8particularly pigstickularly8| strike a person of such sorely tried observational powers as Sam, him and Moffattº|9, though |shtheirs not to reason whysh|,9| the striking thing about it was that he was patrified to see, hear, taste and smellº on Struggle Streetº as his time of night howº Hyacinth O'Donnell, B.A.,º |4a mixer described in the calendar as a mixer and wordpainterº4|, with part of a |+5dungfork sivispacem (Gaeltact for dungfork)+|5| on the fair green |5at |7the hour of7| twentyfourº o'clock5| sought |9(|shthe bullycassidy of |ahim the friedhoffera|sh|!)9| to sack, sock, stab and slaughter singlehanded another two of the old kings, |5Gush Gashº5| MacGaleº and Roaring O'Crian, |5Jr,º5| both |5changelings|7, |8unlocalised unlucalised8|,7|5| of no address and in noncommunicables, between him and whom |5ever since |awallopsa| before the Mise of Lewesº5| bad blood existed on the ground of |9the boer's9| trespass on the bullº |5or because he firstparted his |apolarbeebera| hair in twowaysº5| |8or because they were creepfoxed |aand grossuppers andt grousuppersa| over a nippy in a novelettaº8| or because they could not say meace |8(mute and daft!º)8|, meatheº. The |s+8litigants lifigantsºs+|8|, he said, local |8kingsmen congsmen8| and donalds, |9|shkings of |athea| arans and |athea| dalkeys, kings of mud and tory, even the goat king of |saKilborgan Killorglinsa|,sh|9| wereº egged on by their
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supporters in the shape of bitterwomenº |8|+with bowstrung hair of Carrothagenuine ruddinessº+|8| waving scarlet crimson petties and |8shouting screaming8| |9like stuck kruegersº9| |5from Isod's towertop5|.

Thereº were cries from the thicksets in court and from the macdublins on the bohernabreenaº of: Mind Messer,º the banº from Banagher, Mick, sir! Prodooce O'Donner. A Bu! |9|shExhibit his relics!sh|º Use the tongue mor! Give lip less!9|

Butº it oozed out in |8Deadman'sº Dark Scenery Courtº through8| crossexanimation of the casehardened |5testies testis5| |8vide lsd8| that when and where that knife of knifes the threepartiedº ambushº was laid (roughly |8speaking spouting8| around |6halftime halfhours6| 'twixtº dawn an dusk in dawn|5|+,
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by Waterhose's|6,º |aMiddle Meddlea| Europeic |7Time |8Tune |s+missing Times+|8|7|,6|+|5| near |5Stop and Thinkº,5| |6the high chief of evervirens and6| only abfalltree in |4(+auld+)4| the land) there was not as much light from the widowed moon as would dim a child's altar. And a new complexion was put on the matter when to the |4The mixer, accordingly, was bluntly broached|9, and |shin the best baselsh| to boot,9| as to whether he was one of those |alucky cocksa| for whom the audible-visible-gnosible-edible world existed. That he was only too |9|shcognitively conatively cogitabundantlysh|9| sure of it |5|afor because|b, living, loving, breathing and sleeping |s6toneformcolour |7tonemassformcolour morphomelosophopancreatesº7|s6|, as he most significantly did,ºb|a| |awhen |s6everywhen wheneveryºs6|a| he thought he heard he saw he felt he made a bell clipperclipperclipperclipper5|.4| Whether he was |5practically5| sure |4too4| of his |8names lugs and truiesº8| in this king and |5countryman blousymanº5| businessº? That he was |5particularly pediculously5| so. |7Certified? As cad could be.7| |9Be lying?º Be the lonee I will.9| It was |5Morbus5| O'Somebodyº? |4Quite A'quiteº4|. |9Szerday's sonº? A satyr in |awedding weddensa|.9| And how did |7he the greeneyed mister7| arrive at the B.A.?º That it wasº like his poll. A crossgrained |4person trapper4| with |5murty5| odd |7eyes oogs7|, |5projecting |s+8awlpierced awlforatedºs+|8|5| |7ears ares7|, inquiline |7nose nase7| and a twitcherousº |7mouth mouph7|? He would be. |9Who could bit you att to a tenyerdfuul when aastalled? Ballera jobbera. Some majar bore too? Iguines.9| |5|+And with a stopper head, bottle shoulders, a barrel |s+8belly baucks+|8| andº tumblerous legs|7, redipnominated Helmingham Erchenwyne Rutter Egbert Crumwall Odin Maximus Esme Saxon Esa Vercingetorix Ethelwulf Rupprecht Ydwalloº Bentley Osmund Dysart Yggl Y Yggdrasselmann7|? |8Holy Saint Eiffel,8| |8The the8| very |7man |~8fellow phoenix~|8|7|!+|5| |10It was Chudley Magnall once more between the deffodates and the dumb scene? The two childspies was preesing him auza de Vologneº but the renting of his rock was from the three wicked Vuncouverers.º |aForests bent down awhits, arthou sure? Yubete, Cumhilumº comes!a|10| |8|xOne of the oxmen's thingabossers|~, hvad~|? Wirrgeling and boeuffickly bucephull.º |9And had he been refresqued by the founts of bounty playing there—is—a—grain—alelandº in Long's gourgling barral? A loss of lordedwardº and a lack of sirphilip a surgeonedº showeradown could suck more gargling bubbles out of the five lamps in Portterand's praise.º9| Wheathear Wheataured, however, and with fallen |~mamares? mammaries?º~| As whouseº wouldn't, laving his leaftime in Blackpool.x| Bottº, of course, he could call himself Tem tooº if he
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had time to?
You butt he could anytom. |9When he pleased? Win and
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place.9| A stoker |~with a temptation for evesdrippings temptated by evesdripping~| againstº the driver who |~is was~| a witness as well? Sacred |~anunread avatar~|, how the devil did they guess it!º |a|~Between the two dreamios in the dromio? The Two dreamyums in one dromium?~| Yes|~, and no error~|.a| |x|~Looking as like as two And both as like as a duel~| of lentils? Peacisely.x| So he was pelted out |~with shooting stars of the~| |xcoram populoºx|, was he? |~By the Koran Be the powers that be~|, thatº he was.8| |9|shThe prince in principel should not expose his person? Macchevuole!sh|9| |5Rooskayman|7, kameradº7|? Sooner Gallwegian he would say.5| Not unintoxicated, fair witness? Drunk as a fishup. |9Askt to whether she minded whither he smuked? Not if he barkst into phlegms. Anent his ajacciulationsº |ato his Crosscann Lornea|, cossaº? It was corso |aand ina| cursu on coarser again.9| |5The gracious miss was |10no we not10| doubt sensible how |10he yellowatty on the forx10| was altered? That she |8generally esually8| was|10, O'Dowd me nut10|!º5| |5As to his religion, if any? It was the see-you-Sundayº sort. |a|bExactly what he|8, Sour Harry,º8| meant by a pederast prig? |8Just Bejacob's goat, justº8| a |+gentleman gent+| who prayed his lent.b| And |7whether |s+8of ifs+|8|7| |bthe thisº middleclassedb| portavorous was a usefulº beast? |7About Bynight7| as useful as a vomit to a |+poor shorn+| man.a|5| |9If he had ragnarisedº dtheir gcourts marsheyls? Dthat nday in ndays he had. Lindendelly, coke or skillies,º spell me gart without a gate? Harlyadrope.9| The grazing rights |5(Mrs Magistra Martinetteº)5| |8missing8| expired with the expiry of the goat's sire, if they were not mistaken? That he |+5could not exactly exactly could not+|5| tell the |4worships worshipfuls4| but his |7mother mother-in-waders7| had the |7receipt recipis7| for the price of the coffin and |7she that he was there to tell them that |8missing8| |ashe herselfa| was the velocipede that7| could tell them |7kitcat7|. |10A maundarin tongue in a pounderin jowl? Father ourder about the mathers of prenanciation. Distributary endings? And we recommends.10| |4Quare |ahircus? hircum?a| No answer. Unde gentium fe …? No ah.4| |10Are you not danzzling on the age of a vulcano? Siar, I am deed. |aAnd how olld of him? He was intendant to study pulu. Which was meant in a shirt of |bthree twob| shifts |bogham macoghamadeb| or up Finn'sº threehatted ladder? That a head in thighs under a bush |bat the sunfaceb| would bait a serpent |bto a millraceb| through the heather. Arm bird colour defdum ethnic fort perhapsº? Sure and glomsk handy jotalpheson as well. Hokey jasons, then, in a pigeegeeses? On a pontiff's order as ture as there's |sbansb| ital on atac.a| As a gololy bit to joss? Leally and tululy. Butº why this hankowchaff and
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whence the this second tone, son-yet-sun?º He had the cowtaw in his buxers,º flay of face. |aSo this that Solasistras, setting odds evens at defiance, took the laud from Labouriter? What displaced Tob, Dilke and Halley, not been greatly in love with the game.a|10| |4|+5As And|7, changing the venders |9fromº the king's head to the |shrepublican's armssh|9|,7| asº+|5| to the |7pugnacities evinced pugnaxities evinxed |10from flagfall to antepost10|7| during the |7affray effrays |around fatherthyme's beckside and the regents in the plantsown raining|8, with the skiddystars and the morkernwindup,8|a|7| how they appealed to him |athena|? That it was wildfires |anighta| |7on all the bettygallaghers7|, Mickmichael'sº soords shrieking shrecks
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through the wilkinses and Neckanicholas'º toastingforks pricking prongs the up the tunnybladders.4| |5|s+Let there be fight? And there was. Foght.ºs+|5| |8On the site of the Angel's, you said? Guiney'sº Gap, |aI say he saida|, between what they said and the |~pussies pussykitties~|. In the middle of the garth, then? That they mustn't touchº it.8| |5|aThey were The devoted couple was or werea| only two |7disappainted7| solicitresses on the job of the unfortunate class |7on Saturn's mountain fort7|? That was about it|7., jah!7| |8|+And Camellus then said to Gemellus: I should know you? |aPerfectly. Parfaitly.a| And Gemellus then said to Camellus: Yes, your brother? |aAbsolutely. Obsolutely.a|+|8| And if it was all about that|7, egregious sir7|? About that and the other.5| |8|x|~About the whole in the all? If he was not alluding to the whole in the wall?~| |~That and the whole in the woman. That he was when he was not eluding from the whole of the woman.~|x|8| Briefly, how |4it |7it all such beginall7| finally4| struck him now? Like the crack that bruck the benkº at in Multifarnham. |4Whether he |5knew fell in with5| what |5they theyº5| meant? Thatº he suppoxed he did. |9|shThos Thoris, Thomar's Thom? The rudacist rotter in| |shSurtopicalsh|? And |shsubhumansh|.9| If it was |7a, in yappanoise language, ach7| bad clap? |4Ao! Oo!4| |7Bloody awful? |8Cursed bloody awful? Caught offal mist?º8|7| Shocking!º |7Whura­whora­scorta­strumpa­porna­blank­strippuck­puttanach (++8Whura­whora­scorta­strumpa­pornanenny­kock­sapastippa­tappa­tupperstrippuckputtanach Blady­ugh­foul­moeck­lenburg­whura­whora­scorta­strumpa­pornanenny­kock­sapastippa­tappa­tupperstrippuck­puttanach++)8|7|, eh?4| |8Ah! |aSuch as turly pearced our really's? Thatº he might, that he might never, that he might never that night, treely and rurally!ºa| Augs and ohrs with Rhian O'Kehley,º to put it tertianly|a, we wronga|?8| You have it (++8all right alright++)8|.º

|10Meirdreach an Oincuish!10|

Butº a new complexion was put upon the matter when to the perplexedlyº uncondemnatory bench |8|+missing (whereon punic judgeship f strove with penal law)+|8| the |5first senior5|
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king of all, Pegger Festy, as soon as the outer layer of stucckomuck had been removed at the request of a few live jurors, declared, in a loudburst of poesyº through his Brythonic interpreter on his oath, |10mhuith b peisth mhuiseasº fearra bheura muirre hriosmas,10| whereas take notice be the relics of the bones of the bouchal storybouchalº that was ate by the sow be Cliopatrick (the sow) |8|s+princess of parked porkerss+|8|, afore God and all their honours |4and king's commons4| that|9, what he would |shswear to the Tierney of Dundalgan or any other Tierney,sh|9| |5if yif5| live |4thurkeys thurkells4| |5followed folloged5| him about sure that was no |4theft steal4| and that|8, neverthelessº what was deposited from that eyebold earbig noseknaving gutthroat,8| he did not fire a stone either before or after he was born down |4and up4| to that time. And|8|+, incidentalising that they might talk about Markarthy or they might walk to Baalastartey or |athey mighta| join the nabour party and come on to Porterfeud,º+|8| this the sockdologer had the neck to endorse with the head bowed on him over his outturned noreaster by protesting to to his lipreaders with a justbeencleaned barefacedness, abeam of |4moonlight soap moonlight's hope4|, in the same trelawney what he would impart|4, pleas bench,4| to |9the Llwyd9| |9Jesus Josasº9| and the gentlemen in Jury's |8and the four of Masterers|a,
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whoº al had been all those |~yawns waiting yarns yearning~| for that good one about why he left Dublin,a|8| that|9, |shamreeta beakersh| coddling doom, |aasa| an Inishman was as goodsº as any cantonnatal, |10if he was to parish by the market steak befareº the dorming of the mawnº10|9| heº |7might skuld7| never ask to see sight or light of this world or |4the other world or4| any |7other either7| world |8|+ofº Tyre-nan-Og+|8|, as true as he was there in that jackabox that minute, if ever he up or lave a hand or |7wield or7| wind |7(no thanks t'yous!)7| the inexousthausthible wassailhorn |7|aof iskybausha| |ato up tunreadt totºa| the hailth |aand upa| the wailth of the |aendknowna| abgod of the fire of the moving way of the hawks7| with |+7his heroes our hairoesº+|7| in Warhorror,º if ever |4in all his exchequered career4| he up or lave a |4hand chancery handº4| to take or throw the sign of a mortal stick or stone at at man, yoelamb or salvation army either before or after being puptised down to that most holy and everº blessed hour. Awham.º

Hereupon Here,º upon the halfkneed |4kithogue castleknocker's4| attempting kithoguishly |8(in his excitement |~he the laddo~| hadº
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broken |ainto |~through to exthro~|a| Castilian into which the whole audience |~follahed perseguired and pursuited~| him
|~ollah podridah olla podrida~|)º8| to |5lilt his |7holymess the paws7| and5| make the sign of the Roman Godhelic faix |8(xaroshieº, zdrst!)8|, outbrokeº much |7laughters yellauc yellachters7| |5from the |9owners in theº9| heall5| |4(Ha!)4| in which, under the mollification of methaglin, the |4testifier testifighter4| reluctingly|5, but |7with7| ever so ladylike |7indecorum7|,5| joined. |4(Ha! Ha!)º4|

The hilariohoot of Pegger's Windup con cumjostledº |4so as4| neatly with the tristitone of the Wetº Pinter's as were they|4, |ahic iscea| et ille,º4| equals of opposites, evolved by a |4|asame onesamea|4| power of nature or of spirit, iste, as the sole condition and means of its himundher manifestation and polarised for reunion by the symphysis of their antipathies. Distinctly different were their |4destinies duadestiniesº4|.

Whereasº the maidies of the bar |7|10(a pairless trentene, a lunarised score)10|, whenº the eranthus myrrmyrred Show'm the Posed,º7| fluttered and flattered around the willingly pressed, |10nominating him for the swiney prize,10| complimenting him|10, the captivating youth,10| on his having all his senses about him, |4stinking stincking4| |7hyacinths thyacinths7| through his curls |7(O feen! O |adears deur deura|!)7| and bringing busses to his cheeks|5, their masculine |aIrish rose Oirisher Rosea| |7(his neece cleur!)7|,5| and legando round his nice new neck for him and pizzicagnoling his woollywags,º |8|awith their dindy dandy sugar de candy,ºa| |9|acuddlemechree couriermechreea| me postheen flown,º9| to believeº them of all his untiring young dames |aand send themº treats |~in their times~|a|, |aYmen,ºa|8| it was not unobserved of those presents, their worships, how, of one among all, |9her deputised to defeme him by the Lunar Sisters' Celibacy Club,9| |8a lovelooking leapgirl, all all alonely,8| |4Gemma4| Gentiaº , ge of the Makegiddyculling Reeks, he, wan and pale in his unmixed admiration, seemed blindly, mutely, tastelessly, tactlessly innamorate,º with heruponhim in shining aminglement, the |4shay shaym4| of his hisnº shifting into the shimmering of her hersº |8|x(youthsy, beautsy, |~Hee's hee's~| her chap and shey'll tell
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memmas when she gays whom
)ºx|8| till the wild wishwish of her sheeshea melted moistº musically mid the dark deepdeep of his shayshaun.

And whereas distracted (for was not just this that in effect which had just caused that the effect of that which it hadº caused to occur?) the four justicers laid their wigs together,º Untius, Muncius, Punchus and Pylax,º but could do no worse than promulgate
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|4the their4| standing verdict of Nolans Brumans whereonafterº King, having murdered all the English he knew, |9picked out his pockets and9| left the tribunal scotfree, trailing his |9|shTommeylommey'ssh|9| |4coat tunic4| in his hurry and, thereinunder proudly showing off the blink |errpatch pitchºerr| to his britgits |5to prove himself |7(an't plase yous!)7| a |7real gentleman rael genteel7|5|. To the Switz bobbyguard's curial but courtlike: Commodore valley O hairy, Arthre jennyrosy?,º the firewaterloover returted with such a vinesmelling fortytudor ages rawdownhams tanyouhide |5as would |errturnºerr| the latten stomach even of |7an a tumass7| equinous |9(|shwe were prepared for the chap's clap cap, the accent, but, took us as, by,º surprise and now we're geshing it like gush gash from a burnersh|!)9| so5| that all the twofromthirty advocatesses within echo, pulling up their briefs|7, at the krigkry Shun the Punman!,º7| safely and soundly soccered |5him that fenemine Parish Poser (howº dare he?!)5| umprumptu rightoway hames|5, much to his thanks, gratiasagam, to all the wrong donatricesº |a(for like your true |7venison lover venuson Esau7| he was |7as timid dovetimid7| as the dears at Bottome)a|,º5| toº biss Drinkbottle'sº Dingy Dwellings |7|+(toegang)º+|7| where he shat in (zoo) likeº the muddy goalbirdº who he was (dun), |7the chassetitties belles7| conclaiming|5: |8You and your gift of your gaft of8| |8Your your8| garbageº abaht our |+7father |8|~farver Farvver~|8|+|7|! andº5| gaingridando: Hon! Verg! Nau! Putor! Skam! Schams! Shames!

And so it all ended. |10Artha kama dharma moksa. Ask Kavya for the kay.10| And so everybody heard their |7complaint plaint7| and all listened to their plause. |9The letter! The |aletter littera|! |aAnd the soother the |bbitterer bittherb|!a| Of eyebrow pencilled, by |alipstick lipstipplea| penned. |aBorrowing a word andº begging the question and stealing tinder andº |bslopping slippingb| like soap. From |bdarkb| |errRasa Rosaºerr| Lane a sigh and a weep, from Lesbia Looshe the beam in her eye, from lone Coogan Barry his arrow of song, from Sean Kelly's |banagram anagrimb| a blush at the name, from I am the Sullivan that trumpeting tramp, from Suffering Dufferin the sit of her style, from Kathleen May Vernon her mebbeº for fair efforts, from Fillthepot Curran his scotchlove machreether, from hymn Opº 2 Phil Adolphos the weary O, the leery, O, S from Samyouwill Leaver or Damyouwell Lover that jollyº old molly bit or that bored saunter by, from Timm Finn again's weak|b, tribes,ºb| loss of strength to his sowheel, from the wedding
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on the greene, agirlies, the gretnass of joyboys, from Pat Mullen, Tom Mallon, Dan |bMellon Meldonb|, Don Maldon a slickstick picnic made in Moate by Muldoons. |sbThe solid man saved by his sillied| Crackajolking away like a hearse on fire. |bThe elm that whimpers
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at the top told the stone that moans when stricken.b|a|9| |4The wind Wind4| broke it. |4The wave Wave4| bore it. |4The reed Reed4| wrote |4of4| it. |4The post |5Sayce Syce5|4| ran with it. |4Hand tore it and wild went war. Hen trieved it and plight pledged peace. |aIt was folded with cunning, sealed with crime, uptied by a harlot, undone by a child. It was life but was it fair? It was free but was it art?a|4| The old hunks on the hill heard read it (+4at lecture to perlection+)4|. It made ma |4make4| merry and |4missy sissy so4| shy and rubbed some shine off Shem and put some shame into Shaun. |9Yet Una and Ita spell famine with drought and Agrippa, the propastored, spillsº tripulations in his threen threne. |aAh, furchte fruchte, timid Danaides! |bEna milo melomouº, frai is frau and swee is too, swee is two when swoo is free,º |cwoo is you ah ana malac| woe is |cme wec|!b| A pair of sycopanties with amygdaleine eyes, one old obster lumpky pumpkin and three meddlars on their slies.a|9| And that was how|4, from sin from framm sin fromm son,4| acity arose, finfin funfun, asittingº arowsº. Now tell me, tell me, tell me then!

What was it?


?......... O!º

So there you are now there they were,º when all was over again, the four |7of with7| them, |4sitting setting4| around |5in upin5| their judges' chambers, |5in the muniment room |7ofº their marshalsea7|,5| under the auspicesº of Lally, around their old traditional |5unread5| |5table tables5| of the law |5like somany solansº5| to talk it over |5allagain allthesameagainº5|. Well and druly dry. Suffering law the dring. Accourting to |5the king's5| evelyns. So help her goat and kiss the bouc. Festives and highajinks and jintyaun |7and her beetyrossy bettydoaty bettydoaty7| and not to forget now a'duna o'darnel. The four of them and thank court now there were no more of them. So pass the push,º for port' sakeº. Be it soon. Ah ho! And do you rememberº |5Singabob,5| the |5father badfather,º5| the same, |5|aold the greata| Howdoyoucallem, |aand his old nickname, |bDirty Daddy Pantaloons,ºb|a|5| in his monopoleums, behind the war of the two roses, |5with Michael Victory|7, the sheemen's preester,7|5| before
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he caught his paper dispillsation from the poke, old |5Minace and5| Minster York? Do I mind? I mind the gush off the mon like |aBallybuck Ballybocka| manure works on a |7windy tradewinds7| day. And the O'Moyly gracies and the O'Briny rossies chaffing him bluchface and playing him pranks. How do you doº todo, Mi North Mister? Get into my way! Ah dearome forsailorsheº! |5Gone over the bays! |aWhen ginabawdy meadabawdy!a|5| Yerra, why would sheº heed that old gasometer with his hooping coppin and his dyinboosycough and all the birds of the southside after her, Minxy Cunningham, |7their dear divorcee darling,7| jimmies and jonnies,º to be her jo? |9Hold hard. |shThere's three other corners to our isle's cork|9| Sure, 'tis well I |7recollect can telesmell7| him,º H2CE3 that would take a township's breath away! Gob and I nose him too asº well as I do meself, heaving up the Kay Wall by the 32 to 11º with his limelooking horsebags |4full of
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sesameseed4|, the Whiteside Kaffir, and |4his |7seaman's sayman's7| effluvium and4| his w scentpainted voice, puffing out his |7thundering big7| brown cabbage! |5Pa!5| |4Thaw Thawt4| I'm |6(+glad+)6| a gull for his pawsdeen fiunn! |4Gomorro Goborro4|, |7ses sez7| he, Lankyshiesº! |4Bugger Gobugga4| ye, |7ses sez7| I,º O breezes |7west |~blank~|7|! I sniffed that lad long before anyone. Itº was when I was in my |7grandfather farfather |aout at the westa|7| and she and myself|7, the redheaded girl,7| firstnightersº down Sycomore Lane. Fine feelplay we had of it |4and mid4| the |7bluebells |akissabeds kissabettsa|7| frisking in the |4lovedew |7cool kool kurkle7| dusk of theº lushiness4|. My perfume of the pampas, says she |4(meaning me)4|, puttingº out her netherlights, I'dº sooner one |7precious7| sip |7to at7| yourº |7pure7| mountain dew than enrich my acquaintance with that big brewer's belch.

|5And now a drink is shorter than a story.º5| And so they went on, |5the fourbottle men,5| |7the analists,7| unquam and nunquamº and |5lager and colic lunquamº again5|, |8their anschluss,º8| about the her whosebefore and his wheresafterº and |5how she was lost away |aawaya| in the fern andº how he was founded deap on deep in anearº |aand the rustlings and the twitterings and the raspings and the snappings and the sighings and the pantings and the ukukukingsº and the (hist!) the springapartings and the |7(pist!) (hast!)7| the bybyscuttlings anda|5| all the scandalmunkers and the |5poor |apunread purea|5| craigs that used to be (up) that time living and lying and rating and riding round Nunsbelly Square. And all the |4birds buds4| in the bush. |5And the laughing
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jackass.5| Harik! Harik! Harik! The rose is white in the darik! And sunfella'sº nose has got rhinoceritis from haunting the (+4deers roes+)4| in the parik! |10So all rogues lean to rhyme.10| And contradrinking themselves |5|+|aabout |7|aLilly Lillytrilly law pon hillya| and7| |bMrs Niall of the Nine Corsages andb| the old markiss|7, theirº besterfar,7| and|b, arrah,b| sure there was never a marcus |bat all at allb| among the manlies,º and |bpoor dearb| sir armouryº, queer sir rumoury,º and the old house by the |bchapelizod churpelizodº and all the goings on |7so very wrong7| long before when they were |cgoingc| on retreat |c|7inº the old |agammeldays gammeldagsa|7|, the four of them,c| in Milton's Park under lovely Father Whisperer |cand making |dhis herd| love with his stuffstuff |7in the languish of flowers7| and feeling to find was she mushymushy|7, |8and wasn't that very both of them, the |~saucisisters saucicissters,~|8| a drahereen o machree!º,7|c| and |7(peep!)7| |cmaking meetingc| waters |7most improper (peepette!)7| |7round ballround7| the garden, trickle trickle trickle triss, please, |cmamma mimanc|, may I go flirting?º farmer'sº gone with a groomb|,ºa| how they used her, mused her, licksed her and cuddled+|5|. |+5A I+|5| differ with ye! Are you sure of yourself now?º You're a liar, excuse me! I will not and you're another! And Lully holding (+4the their+)4| breach of theº peace for them. (+4Poor Pool+)4| loll |7Lully Lolly7|! To give and to take! And to forgoº the |4past pasht4|! |5|+And all will be forgotten!+|5| Ah ho! It was too too bad to be falling out about her kindness pet and the shape of |4ourang's ooooooooourang'sº4| time. Well, all right, |7Lally Lelly7|. And shakeahand. And schenkusmore. For Craig sake. Be it suck.

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(+4Even Well, even+)4| should not the framing up of such figments in the evidential order bring the true truth to light as fortuitously as a dimseer'sº setting of a starchart might (heaven helping it!) uncover the nakedness of an unknown body in the fields of blue |5or as forehearingly as the sibspeeches of all mankind have foliated (earth seizing them!) from the root of somefunner'sº stotter,º5| all the soundest sense |5to be found immense our special mentalists5| now holds |7(securus iudicat orbis terrarum)7| that by such playing possum our hagious curious encestor bestly saved his brush |4for with his4| posterity|5, you, charming coparcenors, us, heirs of his |6tailzie tailsie6|5|. Gundogs of all breeds were |4speaking |~beaglings beagling~|4| with pronounced renounced urbiandorbic
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|4accents bugles4|, hot to run him|5, given law,5| on a scent breasthigh, keen for the worry. View! |4From |5Across From his holt outratted,º across5| the Juletide's genial |6grasslands |acrosslands corsslandsa| of Humfries Chase6| from4| Mullinahob and Peacockstown, then bearing right upon Tankardstown, the outlier, a white noelan which Mr |6Loewensteilº6| |5D'Alton's |aMacMahon's FitzUrse'sºa| basset5| beaters had |4mistaken |afirsta| misbadgered4| for a bruin of some swart, led |4them (+hounds bayers+)4| the |6chace run6|, then through Raystown and Harlockstownº and|5, louping the loup, to5| Tankardstown again. Ear cannyº hare for doubling,º through Cheeverstown they raced him, through Loughlinstown t and Nutstown to wind him by the Boolies. But from the good turn when he last was lost|5, check,5| upon Ye Hill of Rut in full winter coat |4and with4| ticker pads, pointing for his rooming houseº inº his rolltoproyal |4boots hessians,º4| a deaf |7fox's fuchser's7| volponism hid him close in covert, miraculously ravenfed and buoyed up, in rumer, reticule, onasum and abomasum, upon |5(may Allbrewham have his mead!)5| the creamclotted sherriness of cinnamon syllabub.º |7Mikkelraved, Nikkelsaved.7| Hence hounds hied home. Preservative perseverance in the reeducation of his intestines wasº thusº the rebuttal by whilk he sort of git the big bulge on the whole bunch of spasoakers|8, dieting against glues and gravies,8| in that sometime prestreet protown. Vainly violence, virulence and vituperation sought wellnigh utterly to attax and abridge, to derail and depontify, to enrate and inroad, to ongoat ongoad and unhume the great shipping mogul and underlinen overlord.º

|8(++But the spoil of hesitants, the spell of hesitency. His atake is it ashe, tittery taw tatterytail, hasitense humponadimply, heyheyheyhey a winceywencky.++)8|

And men Assemblymenº murmured. Reynard is slow!

One feared for his days. |8|xDid there yawn? 'Twas his stommick. Eruct? The libber. A gush? From his viscealsº. Pung?º Delivver him, orelode!x|8| He had laid violent hands on himself, it was brought in Fugger's Newsletter, lain down, all in,º fagged out, with equally melancholy death. |8For the triduum of Saturnalia his |~unread servant goatservant~| had paraded hiz willingsons in the Forum while the jenny infanted the lass to be greeted raucouslyº with houx and epheusº and |a(the Yard stated)ºa| measured with missiles too |afrom
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a hundred of manhood
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and a |~wimmern wimmering~| of weibesa|.8| Big went the bang: then wildewide was quiet: a report: |8badoldkaraktercommonorrumcanbung:º8| silence: last Fama put it under ether. The noase or the loalº had dreven him blem,º blem, stun blem. Sparks flew. He had fled again (open shunshema!) this country of exile, sloughed off |8home, sidleshomedº8| via |8the his old nordestº8| subterranean tunnelº shored with bedboards, stowed away |8and ankered8| in a dutch bottom,º |5|atunc tunkºa| the Arsa, hodº S.S. Finlandia,5| and was |4even4| now|8|+, under an islamitic newname,º+|8| occupying|5, in his seventh generation,5| a physical body|5, Cornelius Magrath's,º5| in Asia Major|8,º where as Turk of the theatreº |x(theº first house all |~flats, flatty:~| the kingº, elevenº sharps)x| he |~had~| bepiastered the |~bauchdanzers buikdanseusesº from the opulence of his omnibox~| while as Arabº at the streetdoorº he |~pestered hadº bepestered~| the bumbashaws for |~an anna's alms the alms of a para's pence~|8|. Wires hummed. Peacefully general astonishment assisted by regrettitude had put a term till his existence: he saw the |5family5| saggarth, resigned himself,º put off his |4remainder remainders4|, was recalled and scrapheaped by the Maker. Chirpings crossed. An infamous private ailment (vulgovariovenerealº) had claimed endright, closed his vicious circle, snap. Jams jarred. He had walked |4into towards4| the middle of an ornamental lilypond when innebriated up to the point where braced shirts meet knickerbockers|10, as wangfish daring the buoyant waters,10| when rodmen's firstaiding hands had rescued un from very possibly several feetº of |4demifresh demifrish4| water. Mush spread. On Umbrella Street|8, where he did drinks from a pumps,º8| a kind workman|5, Mr Whitlock,5| gave him a piece of hisº wood. |8What words of power were made fas between them, ekenames and |~auchnouns auchnomes~|, acnomina |aacnumina ecnuminaa|, that,º O that, |s+did Hansard tell us,s+| would gar |aall ganza| Dub's ear wag in every pub of all the |~cita citta~|! |9Batty believes a baton while Hogan hears a hod yet Peerº prefers a punsil shapner and Cope and Bull go cup and ball. And the Cassidy-Craddockº |arome and reme round e'er a wiege an ne'er a waagea| was is still |aimmer and immora| awagering over it,º a cradle and with a care in it or a casket with a kick. behind. Toties testies quoties questies. The war is in words and the wood is the world. Maply me, willowy we, hickory he and yew yourselves. Howforhim chirrupeth evereachbird!
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From golddawn glory to glowworm gleam.9| We were low quacksº did we not tacit turn. Elsewere there here no concern of the Guinnesses.º8| Cracklings crickledº. A human pest cycling |5(pist!)5| |4and recycling4| |5(past!)5| about the sledgy streets of the gardencity,º here he was |5(pust!)5| again! He was loose at large and |8|s+(Oº baby!)s+|8| might be anywhere|8, but only the |~pouring ruining~| of the rain has heardº8|.º Morse nuisance noisedº when a disguised |8nun exnunº8| of huge |7build standbuild7| and masculine manners |8|s+in her fairly fat fortiess+|8|, |8Mother |~Carpulence Carpulenta~|8| Gygasta, hattracted hattention |7in by harbitrary conduct with7| a hominibuzzº. Aerials bizzedº to coastal listeners of an |s+8eartax oertaxs+|8| collector'sº budget|9, fullybigs, sporran, tie, tuft, tabard9| and bloody antichill
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cloak, its tailor's |5(Baernfather's)5| tab reading V.P.H.,º |5found nigh Scaldbrothar's Hole,º5| and divers shivered to think what |7manner kaind7| of beast, wolves, croppiesº or fourpenny friarsº had devoured him. C.W. cast wide. |7Hvidfinns lyk, |adroneth drohnetha| svertgleam, unread Valkir lockt.7| On his |7pinksir's7| postern|5, the boys had it,5| at Whitweekend had been nailed an inkedupº |7name and7| title, inscribed in the national cursives, accelerated, regressive, filiform, turreted, and envemoloped in piggotry: Move up,º Mumpty! |4Make Mike4| room for Rumpty! By order, Nickellous Plugg! Andº this go, no pentecostal jest about it, |10how gregarious his race soever or skilful learned wise cunning knowledgable clear profound his saying fortitudofraughtº or prudentiaproven, were he chief, count, general, fieldmarshal, prince, king or Myles the Slasher in his person, with a moliamordhar mansion in the Breffnian empire and a place of inauguration on the hill of Tullymongan,10| there had been real murder |10ofº the ragheallachº royghal order raxacraxian variety10|: theº |5MacMahon5| |7boys chaps7|, it was, that |4(+had+)4| done him in. |10On the field of Verdor the rampantº combatants had left him lion with his dexter handcoup wresterected in a puree deº paumee bloody proper.10| Indeed not a few thick and thin wellwishers|10, chiefl mostly of the clontarfminded classº (Colonel John Bawle O'Roarke, for feroxamplusº),10| even ventured so far as to loan or beg copies of |7the D. |aBlayney's Blayny'sºa|7| |5evening trilingual5| |5triweeklies triweekly,º5| |5Scatterbrains' |aEvening Post Aftening Posht,ºa|5| so as to make certain sure onetime |5and be satisfied5| of |10his their quasicontribusodalitarian's10| having become genuinely quite
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|5beetly5| dead. whether by land whither by water. Transocean atalaclamoured him:º The latter! The latter! |10Shall |athe theira| hope then be silent or Macfarlane lack of lamentation?10| He lay under leagues of it in deep Bartholomew'sº Deep.

|5Achdung! Pozor! Attenshune! Vikeroy Besights Smucky Yung Pigeschoolies. Tri Paisdinernes Eventyr Med Lochlanner Fathach I Fionnuisgehavenº. |aBeannalanna Bannalannaa| Bangs Ballyhooly out of Out Of Her Buddaree of a Of A Bullavogue.5|

But|5, their bright little contemporaries notwithstanding,5| |8brave news world come to town of howº8| on the morrowing morn of the suicidal murder of the unrescued expatriate|10, aslike as asnake comes sliduant down the that oaktree onto onto the duke of beavers, (youº may have seen some liquidamber exude exotic from a balsam pr poplar) at Parteen-a-lax, Limestone Road,º and cried:º Abies Magnifica,! not, noble fir?),º10| a quarter of nine|5, imploring his resipiency,5| saw the infallible spike of smokeº jutstiff punctualº from the seventh gable of |7his |aoura| Quintus Centimachus'7| |8|s+porphyroids+|8| buttertower and tenº thirsty p.m.,º |5with oaths upon his lastingness |8(estout pourporteral!)º8|,5| theº lamps of maintenance, |8beaconsfarafield,º8| innerhalbº the zigguratº, |5all brevetnamed, the wasting wyvern, the tawny of |ahisa| mane, the |aswinglowswinging bluepaws swinglowswaying bluepaw brorsºa|, the outstanding man, the lolllike lady,5| being litten for the long |5(O
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laud,º how long!)5| night lifesnight, aº suffusion of |7fineglass7| transom and leadlight panes. |8En |~cæcos harauspices!! caecos harauspices!~| Annos longos patimur!º8|

|88| Wherefore let it hardly by any |5thinking being be either said being thinking be said either5| or thought that the prisoner of that sacred edifice|5, were he an Ivor the Boneless or an Olaf the Hvideº,5| was at his best a onestone parable, a rude breathing on the the void of to be,º |8a venter |aearing hearinga| his own bauchspeech in backwords,8| but or, more strictly, but tristurned initials, w the cluekey to a worldroomº beyond the roomwhorld;º for scarce one, or pathetically few,º of his |7contemporaries dodecanalº sammenlivers7| cared seriously or for long to doubt |7with Kurt Fuldº van Dijke7| |8|x(the gravitational pull |~perturbing perceived by~| certain fixed residents and the capture of |s+certain uncertains+| comets |~chaunread drifting chancedrifting~| through our system suggesting |~the avoidableness of his former existence |s+the autheticity an authenticitatems+| of his |s+aliquiteousness aliquitudiniss+|~|)x|8| the canonicity of his existence as a tesseract.º
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Dispersal women wondered. Was |4he she4| fast?

|8Do tell us allaboutº. As we want to hear allabout. So tellus tellas allabouter. |aFinickin here and funickin there.ºa| Orº whether she |awas lookeda| |~a lot a like alottylike~|. |aLike ussies.a| Andº whether |athe whyºa| he hadº his windup. |aLike themses.a| Shut?º8| |9Notes and queries, tipbids and answers, the laugh and the shout, the ards and downs.9|

Nowº listenº to one aneither and liss them down and smoothen out your leaves of rose. The war is o'er. |7Wimwim wimwim!7| Was it Unity Moore or Estella Swifte or (+4Vanity Varina+)4| Fay or (+4Tertia Quarta+)4| Quaedam? |9Toemaas, mark oom for yor ounckel! Pigeys, hold op med yer leg!9| Who, but who (for second time of asking),º was then the scourge of the parts about |7folkrich7| Lucalizod,º it was wont to be asked, as, in ages behind of the Homo Capite Erectus, what price Peabody's money, or, to put it bluntly, |4where whence4| is the |4harrington's herrington'sº4| white cravat, as, in epochs more cainozoic, who struck Buckley,º though nowadays |4as thentimes4| every schoolfilly of sevenscore moons or more |5who knowsº her intimologies5| and every colleen bawl aroof and every redflammelwaving warwife and widowpeace upon Dublin Wall for ever knows |10as yayas is yayas10| how it was Buckleyself |10(we need no blooding paper to tell it neither)10| who struck and the Russian |6general generals6| |5(da! da!)º5| instead of Buckley who was |5caddishly5| struck by him when byº |6himself herselves6|. What |9fullpay fullpried9| |9poisonspy paulpoison9| |9in the spy of |athe castle three castlesa|9| or which hatefilled |5woman (++8crookedrib smileyseller++)8|5|? And that such a vetriol of vinomº|9, that queen's head affranchisant,9| a quiet |6stamp stinkingplaster |7seal zeal7|6| could cover|9, prepostered or postpaid9|! The loungelizards of the pumproomº had their nine days' jeer |10andº P pratschkats at |athe theira| platschpails too |aand holenpolendom beside, Szpaszpas Sz Szpissmas, the zhanyzhoniesa|,10| when, still believing |5in her owenglass |10when izarras izarres were twinklinsº10|5| that the uppert upper |7reach reaches7| of her |5mouthless5| face and her impermanent waves were the better half of her, one nearer him, dearer than all, |5first
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warming creature of his early morn,5| |5woman bondwoman5| of the man of the houseº and |5mother |amurrmurrer murrmurra|5| of all the mackavicks, she who had given e |4her his4| eye for |4his her4| bed and a tooth for a child |5till |aonea| one and one ten and one hundred again, |aO me and O ye,º |6|7cad cadet7| and prim,6| the hungray endº anngreen |b(|cfor and ifc| she is older |cnowc| than her teeth she has hair that
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is younger than |cthigne thighnec|, my dear!)
b|a|5|, sheº |8who shuttered him after his fall and waked him widowt sparing and gave him keen and made him able and held adazillahs to each arche of his noes, she8| who will not rast her from her running to seek him till|8|x, withº the kelpº of the Okeanicº,x|8| |6some6| such timesº that she shall have been after hiding theº crumbends of his enormousness in the areyouº lookingfor Pearlfar sea |10(ur, uri, uria!)10|, stoodº forth, |10buruzburn the |agorygoryº olda| danworld, in gogor's name, for gagar's sake,10| dragging the countryside in her train,º |8with her |+louisequean's brogues and her culunder buzzle and her+| little bolero,º boa and all,º |~& and~| two times twentyº curlicormsº for her hairdressº, specks on her eyeuxº and spudds inº horeilles and a circusfix riding her Parisianne'sº cockneze |~waman~|, |10a vaunt to her straddle from Equerry Egon,10| |+when |athe tink Tinktinka| in the churchclose clinked Steploajazzyma Sunday, solaº,+|8| |5with pawns,º prelates and pookas |10pelotting10| in her piecebag |10forº Handiman the Chomp, Esquoro, biskbask10|,5| to crush the slander's head.

Wery (+5wee weeny+)5| wight, plead for Morandmor! Notre Dame de la Villeº, mercy of thy balmheartsyheatº! |10Ogrowdnyk's beyond herbata tay|a, wort of the drogista|. Bulk him no bulkis.10| |8Be still, O quick! Speak him,º dumb! Hush,º ye fronds of Ulma! Stimm unto |~stone stein~|!º8| |5|8Let And let8| him rest, thou wayfarerº, and take no gravespoil from him!º |aNeither mar his mound!ºa| The bane of Tut is on it. |aTurn we ware! Ware!a| |7There's But there's7| a little lady waiting and her name is A.L.P. And you'll agree. She must be she. |8For her holden heirheaps hanging down her back.8| |6He spenth his strenth amok haremscarems:º Poppy,º Narancy, Giallia, Chlora, |aMalva Marinkaa|, |aIndra and Anileen,ºa| Parme. And ilk |aof aa| those dames had her rainbow |aunread |7humours huemouresº7|a| yet for whilk |aof oºa| her whims but he coined a cure. Tifftiff togay,º kissykissy tonay and agelong pine for tomauranna.6| |6For Then6| who but Crippled-with-Children would speak up for Dropping-with-Sweat?5|

|5(+|6Told Sold6| him her lease of ninenineninetee,º
Tresses undresses so dyedyedaintee,º
|7He, Gunread, Goo,º7| the |+7great groot+|7| gudgeon,º |+7gulped gulphedº+|7| it all.
|7He Hoo7| was the C.O.D.?º

|+7Bum! Bung!º+|7|
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At Islandº Bridge she met her tide.º
Attabom, attabom,º attabombomboom!
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The Fin had a flux and his Ebba a ride.º
|6Attabom, attabom,º attabombomboom!6|
We're all up to the years in hues and cribies.
That's what she's done for wee!º
|66| |6Attabom, attabom, attabombomboom!6|+)5|


|8Nomad may roam with Nabuch but let naaman laugh at Jordanº! For we, we have taken our sheet upon her stones where we have hanged our hearts in her trees; and we list, as she bibs us, by the waters of babalong.8|