II.2:1 (base: 4) NOTE. NB version. The (Shem oriented) notes on the left of the text (pp. -) and reversing to the right (pp. -) were italicized at transition proof level. The (Shaun oriented) notes on the right (pp. -) and reversing to the left (pp. -) were block-capitalized at the same level. The (Issy oriented) footnotes throughout were numbered variously in the course of the genetic record to accord with varying pagination. In all of these cases the final form is cited in the isotext and apparatus. The footnotes are editorially enumerated serially. A number of postils lacked a opening capital and/or a concluding period in the initial inscription and/or in one or more intermediate inscriptions; these variants are not detailed in the synopsis.
Section 1 LM
LM2 Menly about peebles.
LM3 Dont retch meat fat salt lard sinks down (and out).
LM8 Thsight near left me eyes when I seen her put thounce otay ithpot.
LM13 Non quod sed quiat.
Section 2 Left Margin
LM18 In snowdrop, trou-de-dentelle, flesh and heliotrope.
LM19 Here's our dozen cousins from the starves on tripes.
Section 3 Left Margin
LM22 There was a sweet hopeful culled Cis.
LM24 Forening Unge Kristlike Kvinne.
LM25 Telltale me all of annaryllies.
LM26 Will you carry my can and fight the fairies?
LM28 Old Gavelkind the Gamper and he's as daff as you're erse.
LM30 ο'υκ ε''λαβον πο'λιν'
LM31 I'll go for that small polly if you'll suck to your lebbensquatsch.
LM32 O'Mara Farrell.
LM36 The Eroico Furioso makes the valet like smiling.
LM38 Pige pas.
LM40 Seidlitz powther for slogan plumpers.
LM48 Pas d'action, peu de sauce.
Section 5 LM
LM57 For all us kids under his aegis.
LM58 Saving the public his health.
LM59 Superlative absolute of Porterstown.
LM60 Why so mucky spick bridges span our Fluminian road.
LM62 The throne is an umbrella strande and a sceptre's a stick.
LM64 Gautamed budders deossiphysing our Theas.
LM65 By lineal in pondus overthepoise.
LM67 Uncle Flabbius Muximus to Niecia Flappia Minnimiss. As this is. And as this this is.
LM68 Dear Brotus, land me arrears.
LM69 Rockaby, babel, flatten a wall.
LM70 How he broke the good news to Gent.
Section 7 LM
LM72 A shieling in coppingers and porrish soup all days.
LM79 Tricks stunts.
Section 8 LM
LM81 Panoplous peregrine pifflicative pomposity.
LM84 A stodge Angleshman has been worked by eccentricity.
LM85 An oxygon is naturally reclined to rest.
LM86 Ba be bi bo bum.
LM87 Finnfinnotus of Cincinnati.
LM88 Arthurgink's hussies and Everguin's men.
LM91 The hoisted in red and the lowered in black.
LM93 The aliments of jumeantry.
LM94 Wolsherwomens at their weirdst.
LM95 Uteralterance or the Interplay of Bones in the Womb.
LM96 The Vortex. Spring of Sprung Verse. The Vertex.
LM99 The Vegetable Cell and its Private Properties.
lm100 The haves and the havenots: a distinction.
lm101 Zweispaltung as Fundemaintalish of Wiederherstellung.
lm103 Prometheus or the Promise of Provision.
lm104 Ambages and Their Rôle.
lm106 The peripatetic periphery. It's Allothesis.
lm112 Proscription of the Passive.
lm116 Conception of the Compromise and Finding of a Formula.
Section 9 LM
lm119 Catastrophe and Anabasis.
lm120 The rotary processus and its reestablishment of reciprocities.
lm121 The Twofold Truth and the Conjunctive Appetites of Oppositional Orexes.
lm123 Abnegation is Adaptation.
lm128 Julius Caesar.
lm131 Adam, Eve.
lm137 Marcus Aurelius.
lm147 Procne, Philomela.
lm161 Pompeius Magnus, Miltiades Strategos.
lm163 Castor, Pollux.
Section 1 Right margin
RM1 UNDE ET UBI.
RM4 CONSTITUTION OF THE CONSTITUTIONABLE AS CONSTITUTIONAL.
Section 2 Right Margin
RM7 ARCHAIC ZELOTYPIA AND THE ODIUM TELEOLOGICUM.
Section 3 Right margin
RM12 CONCOMITANCE OF COURAGE, COUNSEL AND CONSTANCY. ORDINATION OF OMEN, ONUS AND OBIT. DISTRIBUTION OF DANGER, DUTY AND DESTINY. POLAR PRINCIPLES.
Section 5 Right Margin
RM15 THE MONGREL UNDER THE DUNGMOUND. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE INFRALIMINAL INTELLIGENCE. OFFRANDES.
RM16 INCIPIT INTERMISSIO.
Section 7 Right Margin
RM17 MAJOR AND MINOR MODES COALESCING PROLIFERATE HOMOGENUINE HOMOGENEITY.
RM19 SORTES VIRGINIANAE.
Section 8 RM
RM29 PROPE AND PROCUL IN THE CONVERGENCE OF THEIR CONTRAPULSIVENESS.
RM30 WHY MY AS LIKEWISE WHIS HIS.
RM32 WHEN THE ANSWERER IS A LEMAN.
RM37 IN PIX.
Section 9 RM
RM40 ENTER THE COP AND HOW. SECURES GUBERNANT URBIS TERROREM.
Section 1 Footnotes
Section 2 Footnotes
F23 A viking vernacular expression still used in theº Summerhill district for a jerryhatted man of overº forty whoº puts two fingers into his boiling soup-plateº and licks them in turn to find out if there is enough mushroom catsup in the mutton broth.
F28 I have heard this word used by Martin Halpin, an old gardener from the Glens of Antrim who used to do odd jobs for my godfather, the Rev. B. B. Brophy of Swords.
F29 Ravens may rive so can dove deelish.
Section 3 Footnotes
F52 All his teeths back to the front, then the moon and then the moon with a hole behind it.
F53 Skip one, flop fore, jennies in the cabbage store.
F59 That's the lethemuse but it washes off.
Section 5 Footnotes
F75 My globe goes gaddy at geography giggle pending which time I was looking for my shoe all through Arabia.
F76 It must be some bugbear in the gender especially when old which they all soon get to look.
F77 After me looking up the plan in Humphrey's Justice of the Piece it said to see preseeding chaps.
F78 O boyjones and hairyoddities! Only noane told missus of her massas behaving she would laugh that flat that after that she had sanked down on her fat arks they would shaik all to sheeks.
F81 My goldfashioned bother near drave me roven mad and I dyeing to keep my linefree face like readymaid maryangs for jollycomes smashing Holmes.
F86 A liss in hunterland.
F87 I wonder if I put the old buzzerd one night to suckle in Millickmaam's honey like they use to emballem some of the special popes with a book in his hand and his mouth open.
Section 7 Footnotes
Section 8 footnotes
f111 Gamester Damester in the road to Rouen he grows more like his deed every die.
f116 Braham Baruch he married his cook to Massach McKraw her uncle-in-law who wedded his widow to Hjalmar Kjaer who adapted his daughter to Braham the Bear. V for wadlock, P for shift, H for Lona the konkubineº.
f123 Tomatoes malmalaid with De Quinceys salade can be tastily served with Indiana Blues on the violens.
f125 The trouveller.
f126 Of the disorded visage.
f132 Basqueesh, Finnican, Hungulash and Old Teangtaggle, the only pure way to work a curse.
f133 An ounceworth of onions for a pennyawealth of sobs.
f136 When all them allied sloopers was ventitillated in their poppos and, sliding down by creek and veek, stole snaking out to sea.
f146 Muckross Abbey with the creepers taken off.
f153 O hce! O hce!
f163 Bussmullah, cried Lord Wolsley, how me Aunty Mag'll row!
f166 Ex jup pep off Carpenger Strate. The kids' and dolls' home. Makeacakeache.
f168 Grand for blowing off steam when you walk up in the morning.
f171 We're all found of our anmal matter.
f173 Parsee ffrench for the upholdsterer would be delightered.
f177 The impudence of that in girl's things!
f179 Ugol egal ogle. Mi vidim Mi.
f186 Hen's bens, are we soddy we missiled her?
f192 Bag bag blockcheap, have you any will?
f200 Lifp year fends you all and moe, fouvenirs foft as fummer fnow, fweet willings and forget-uf-knots.
f201 Gag his tubes yourself.
f206 Chinchin Childaman! Chapchopchap!
Section 9 Footnotes
f209 Alls Sings and Alls Howls.
f217 Where Lily is a Lady found the nettle rash.
f220 Rarely equal and distinct in all things.
f226 Mich for his pain, Nick in his past.
f227 He has toglieresti in brodo all over his agrammatical parts of face and as for that hippofoxphiz, unluckyº number, late for the christening!º