|3⇒ Vociferagitant. Viceversounding.3| |5Namely, Abdul Abulbul Amir
|aand ora| Ivan Slavansky Slavar. In alldconfusalem. As to whom the major guiltfeather pertained it was
|7Hegesippus Hercushiccups'7| care to educe.5|
|3Beauty's bath she's bound to bind beholders and Prideº, his purge, has place appoint in penance and the
law's own libel lifts and lames the low with the lofty. Be of the housed! |aWhile the Hersy Huntº they harrow the hill |bforb| to rout them rollicking rogues from, rule |bthem thoseb| racketeer romps from, rein their rockery rides from. Rambling.a|3|
— That is |3too too3| trueº enough in Solidan's Islamdº as in
Moltern J |7Giaourmany, Giaourmany7| and from the
(8Amalekins Amelakins8) off to date back to land of engined Egypsians,º assented from his
openng opening before his inlookers of where an oxmanstongue stalled (8stabled, stabled8) the wellnourished
one, lord of the seven days, overlord of sats and suns, the sat of all the suns which are in the ring of his system of the sats of his sun, god of the scuffeldfallen
|2skillfilledfellon skillfilledfelon(8,8)2| who (he contaimns) hangsters, who (he constrains)
hersirrs, |4a gain changful, a mintage vaster, heavy on shirts, lucky with shifts,4| the topside humpy
upº stummockº atween his showdows |2fella fellah2|, Mistoº Teewiley Spillitshops, who keepeth
watchº in Khummer-Phett, whose spouse is |5An-Livph An-Lyph5|, the
dog's bladder, warmer of his couch in fore. We all|4, for whole men is lepers,4| have been
|3nobbut3| wonterers in that |3chill3| childerness which is our true name after the allfaulters
(mug's luck to em!) and, bespeaking of love and lie detectors in venuvarities, whateither the drugs truth of
there an iota omicroneº from the faust to the lost. And that is at most redoubtedly an overthrew of each and ilkermann of us, I persuade myself, |3before Gow,3| gentlemenº, so true as this are my kopfinpot astrode onº these is my boardsoldereds.
It sollecited, |3grobbling hummley,3| his roundhouse of seven orofaces, of all, guiltshouters |2and or2| crimemummers, |3to be sayd by, codnops,3| advicesº for, free of gracies, scamps encloded, competitioning them, if they had steadied Jura or when they had raced Messafissi, husbondº of your wifebetter or bestman botchalover of you yourself, how comes ever a body in our taylorised world to selve out thishis, whither it gives a primeum nobilees |3for our (8notomize notomise8)3| or naught, the farst wriggle from the ubivence, whereom is man, that old offender, nother man, wheile he is asame. And fullexampling. The pints in question. With some byspills. And sicsecs to provim hurtig. Soup's on!
|5⇒ Aº time. And a find time. Whenin aye was a kiddling. And the |atarkies tarikiesa| held sowansopper. Let there beam a frishfrey. And they sodhe gudhe rudhe brodhe wedhe swedhe medhe in the kauddledrumº.5|
—º I have just (let us suppraise) been reading in a (suppressed) book
(8— it. Itº8) is notwithstempting by meassures long and limited:º the
|2letterpress latterpress2| is eminently legligibleº and the
paper|7,7| so |3he3| eagerly seized
upon|7,7| has scarsely been
buttered in works of previous publicity |6wholebeit in keener notcase would I turf aside for pastureuration. Packen paper paineth whomto is sacred scriptured sign. Who straps it scraps it that might, if ashed, have healped6|. Enough, however, have I read of it(8,8) |3like my good bedst friend(8,8)3| toº augur in the hurry of the times that it will |3commend cocommend3| the widest circulation and a reputation coextensive with its merits when inthrusted into safe and pious hands uponº so edifying a mission as it, I can see, as is his. It isº ambullished with expurgative platesº replete in information and accampaigning the action passimº, |3slapbangº, whizzcrash, boomarattling from burst to past|4,4|3| as I have just been seeing, with my wormestº venerections, |2of a |3timmersome3| townside upthecountrylifer |4(Go Guardº place the town!)4|,º2| allthose everwhalmed upon that preposterous blank seat, before the wordcraft of this early woodcutter, |3a master of all vignettiennes,
and ourº findest |agrobsmith grobsmida| among all their |saorefices (8oreficis orefices8)sa| |4(and|5,º shukar in chowdar,5| so splen splunderdly english!)4|,º3| Mr Aubeyron |6Birdslye Birdslay6|. |5|+Chubgoodchob,º arsoncheep and wellwillworth a triat! |7Bismillafoulties but Bismillafoulties. But7| the hasard you aksº is |aever justlyºa| behind his meddle throw! Those sad pour sad forengistanters, dastychappy dustyrust! Chaichairs.+| It is that something|a, awe,a| aurorbean in that fellow|+, hamid and damid |6(didº he have but Hugh de Brassey's |abeardslye beardsliea| his wear mine of ancient guised)6|,º+| which comequeers this anywhat perssian which we, owe, realisinus |+with purups a dard of pene+|.5| |3There is|4,º among others |apleasonsa| whom I love and which are favourests to mind,4| one which I have pushed my finker in for the movement and|5, but for my sealring is none to hand I swear,5| she is deepl highly catatheristic and there is another which I have fomblyº fongered |afreequuntlya| and|5, when my signet is on sign again I swear,5| she is deeply sangnificant. |7Culpo de Dido!º Ars we say in the classies. Kunstful, we others said.7| What ravening shadow! What dovely line!3| |5Not the king of this age could richlier eyefeast |+in oreillental longuardness+| |awith alternate nightjoys of a thousand kinds but one kinda|. A shahrryar cobbler on me if when I am lying!5| And whilst (when I doot my sliding panel and I hear |5cawcaw |acoocoo cawcawa|5|) I have been idylly turing |6turning |7turnbing turmbing7|6| over the loose looves leaflefts |3jaggledº3| casuallty on the chance to the lamatory, as is my this is, |4|aif asa| I must commit my lips to make misface for misfortune,º4| often, so far as I can chance to recollect from themº some farnights ago |6(soº dimsweet is that selvischdischdienence of to not to be able to be obliged to have to hold further anything!) than a stone his throw's fruit's fall!)6|,º when I, if you willº excuse for me this informal leading down of illexpressibles, enlivened toward the Author of Nature by the natural sins |3liggen |5|+gobelimned+|5| theirs3| before me |5(howº differended with the manmade Eonochs Cunstuntonopolies!º)5|, weatheredº they be of a general golf stature|3, assasserted,3| or blossomly emblushing themselvesº underneed of some howthern folleys, am entrenched
up contemplating of myself, wiz my naked I, for relieving purposes in our trurally virvir vergitabale (garden) I sometimes, maybe, what has justly said of old Flannagan|7,7| a wakeº from this or |2huntsforwards huntsfurwards2|, with some shock (shell I so renderº
it?) have (when I ope my shylight window and I see coocoo) a notion quiet involuptary of that I am cadging hapsnots as at murmurrandoms of distend renations |3and from3| ficsimilarº phases|3, or3| dugoutsº in the behindscenes of our earthwork |3(what rovining shudder! what deadly loom!)3|,º as this is, at not no spatial time processly which regards to concrude chronology about which in fact, at spite of I having belittled myself to my |3gay3| giftname of insectarian|7,7| happy burgages abeyance would make homesweetstown (8hopey goalucrey hopeygoalucrey8), my mottu |2proppior propprior2|, as I claim|3, cad's truck,3| I coined,º I am |4wholly highly4| pelaged |4and deeply gluttened |ato mind hindmost heartsa|4| to see by their loudest reports from my |4(8three spawn threespawn8)4| bottery partsº (shsh!) that, |s2colomophile columbophiles2| and corvinophobe alike,º |s2when I have |4regrouped remassed4| |+5myself me, my travelling self|7,º7| as from Magellanic clouds,+|5| |3cad's truck,3| after my contractual expandituresº,s2| |5|+through the perofficies of merelimb,+|5| I, |3my good grief,3| I am, I am big alltoogooderº.
|5⇒ He beached the bark of his tale; and set to husband and vine: and the harpermaster told all the |alivving livinga| conservancy|a, |bof knowb| Meschiameschianah,a| how that win a gain was in again. |+|a|bFlying the Perseoroyal. Withal aboarder|7,7|b| |7Padar padar7| and madar, hal and sal, the sens of Ere with the duchtars of Iran. Amick amack amock in a mucktub. |bWithº the tou loulous and the gryffygryffygryffs|err,ºerr| at Fenegans Wick, the Wildemanns. Washed up whight and deliveried |cright rhightc|. Loud lauds to his luckhump and bejetties on jonahs|err.!ºerr|b|a| And they winxed and wanxed like baillybeacons. Till we woksed up oldermen.+|5|
Fromº whose plultibust preaggravated |3byº baskatchairch theologies3|
|5(there were nighnº on thaurity herouns in that alraschil arthouducks draken)5|, they were whoalike placed to
say|3|x, |6|xin the matters of ducomansº nonbar one,x|6| with bears' respects to him
|aanda| bulls' acknowledgments |4(Comeº on now, girls!
Leadº off, O cara|7,7| |awhichever won of you
winsa|!): The two Gemuas and Jane |aAgraha| and Judy and Simone theº
Judies!) Judy tomboys!)4|x|3|,º |3disassembling and3|
taking him apart, |3the slammocks, |awith a discrimination for his maypole and a
rub in passingº over his hump,a|3| |4drogueries inaddendance,4| frons,
fesces and frithstool: 1) he hade to die it|4, the beetle,4| 2)
he didhithim self|4,
hod's |abumps fusha|,º4| 3) all ever |4he the pelican4| hunteredº |3with |4truly fond4| bullpen backthought since |4he took took he he's tork |ahe stork hesº toorka|4| human life3| |4where his personal low ou outhired his |+5taratorium taratoryismº, the orenore w under the selfhide of his bessermettle,+|5|4| was forsake in his chiltern and lumbojumbo|5,5| 4) he was |3like Fintan fore flood and after3| sometimes too damned merely often on the saved side, saw he was|5,5| 5) |5|+regarding to prussyattes or quarzyverzingº+|5| he |3was wassand3| no better than he shouldº have been before he could have been
better than what he |3was warrant3| after|5,5| 6) |4|5though gory the gauntlet that guardens his glaivehand and gallish the gillstones that geck at his gate, blood, musk or haschish,º |+|aasºa| coked, diamoned or penceloid, |aand bleaching him naclenude from all cohlorine matter, down to a boneash bittstoff,a|+|5|4| he's|5, tink fors tank,5| the same old dustamount on the same old tincoverdull bauble classº|3, totstittywinktosserº and |4bairnsbagwindburster bogusbagwindburster4|,3| |4whether fitting tyres onto Danelope boys or fluttering flausº for laurettas, whatever the bucket brigade and the plug party says, |5|+touchant Arser of the Rum Tipple and his camelottery and (8lyonesslooting, lyonesslooting8) but |aby witha| a layaman's brutstrenth|7,7|+|5| by Jacohob and Esahur and the all saults of sallies|5|+,+|5|4| butº what we |+5warm warmsº+|5| to hearº|3, (8jef jeff8),3| is the woods of chirpsies cries to singaloo sweecheeriode and sock him up, the old cantº rogue.
|4⇒ Group A.4|
Youº have jest (a ham) beamed listening through (a ham pig) his haulted excerpt from John Whitton'sº |5fiveaxled5| production, |3The Coach The Coach3| with the |3With The Six Insides With The Six Insides3|, |5( from the Tales of Yore of the times gone by before there was a hofdking or a hoovthing or a pinginapoke in Oreland,º5| all souledº. Goes Tory by Eeric Whiggsº is To Become Tintinued in |+5Fearson's Nightly Fearson's Nightly+|5| in the Lets all All Wake Brickfaced in In Lucan. Lhirondella, jaunty lhirondella! With tirra lirraº rondinelles(8,8) atantivyº we go|err.!ºerr|
Attention! Stand at!! Ease!!!
|4|x|~The Wild Weddingtone Wireless! Buttonup, Burra
Sahib!~|x|4| Weº are now diffusing among our |4wordless4| lovers of this
sequenceº (toyou! toyou!º) the dewfolded song of the naughtingels (Alys! (8Alysaloa!
Alysaloe!8)) from their sheltered positionsº in rosescenery hayding haydyngº on
the heather side of Waldalureº, Mount Saint John's, Jinnyland, whither our allies winged by
duskfailº |4from Mooreparque4|, swift sanctuary seeking, after Sunsink gongº
Hitherzither! Almostº dotty! I must dash!) to pour their peace in partial (floflo floreflorence), sweetishsad lightandgayle, twittwin twosingwoolow. Let everie sound of a pitch keep still in reasonanceº, jemcrow, jackdaw, prime and secund with their terceº that whoe betwides them, now fullº theorbº, now dulcifair, and when we press of pedal (sof!) pick out and vowaliseº your name. A munº. You pereº Golazy, you mereº Bareº and you Bill Heeny,º and you Smirky Dainty and, more beethoken, you whackfoolthenairyansº with all your badchthumpered peanas! We are gluckglucky in our being so |3far3| fortunate that|7,7| bark and bay duol with Man Goodfox inchimingsº having ceased |3for to3| the moment|7,7| |3to so3| allow the clinkars of our nocturne fieldº, night's sweetmoztheart, their Carmen Sylvae|3, my questº, my queen3|. |3Lou must wail to cool me airly! Coil me curly, warbler dear!3| May song it flourishº (in the underwood), in chorush, long make it flourish, (in the Nut, in the Nut skyº) till thorush! Secret hookupº.
(8—8) Bulbul, bulbulone! |4I will shally. Thou shalt willy. You wouldnt should as youd remesmer. I
hypnot.4| |3'Tis golden sickle's hour. |aWe'd
Holy moon priestess, we'da| love our grappes of
mistellose|err.!ºerr| Moths the
matter?3| Pschtt! |3Tabariusº comes. To fell our fairest. O gui, O
gui!3| (8Salan Salam8), saluisº salaum! Caroluis!º
|3O indeed and we ware!3| |4And hoody crow was ere.4|
|5I soared from the peach and Missmolly showed her pear too, onto three and away. |aWhet the bee as to deflowret greendy grassies yellowhorse.
Hematitisº, cele our erdours!a|5| Did you aye, did you eye, did you everysee,º suchaway, suchawhy, eeriewhigg airywhugger? |3Even to
the extremity of the world?3|
|aThat Thea| enormanous his, our |shlittlest
littlesh|! Wee wee, |shthat long alancey onesh|!
|shLetº sit on this anthill for our
(8frill dress frilldress8) talk after this day of making blithe inveiled the heart before our groatsupper serves to us Panchomaster and let
play peeptomine up all our colombinations|err.!ºerr|sh| |shWins won is nought, twigs too is nil, tricks trees makes |anil nixa|, fairs fears stoops at nothing:.sh| |shAnd till Arthur comes againus |aand |shsen peatrick'ssh| he's reformeda| we'll pose him together a piece, a pacesh|. |shShares in guineases!sh| |shThere's lovely the sight! Surey me, man weepful!sh| |shBig Seat, you did hear?sh| |shAnd teach him twisters in tongue irish. |aPat lad mayº goh too.a| Quicken, aspen; ash and yew; willow(8,8) broom with oak for you. And move your tellabout. Not nice is that, limpet lady! Spose we try it promissly. |5Love all. Nay tellmeknotº tennis! Taunt me treattening!5| But do now say to Mr Eustache! Ingean mingen has to |aknow heara|. Whoseº joint is out of jealousy now? Why, heavilybody's evillyboldy's.sh|3| Hopping Gracius, onthy ovful! O belessk meº, what a nerve! Wh How a mans in his armor we nurses know.º Wingwong wellyº, pitty pretty Nelly! Some Poddy puttedº in, will annyº petty pullet out? Call Kitty Kelly! Kissykitty, killykelly!º What a nossowl buzzard! But whatº a |3nice neats3| ung gels!
Here all the leaves alift aloft(8,8) full o' liefingº(8,8) fell a-laughingº over Ombrellone and his parasollierasº with their black thornguardsº from the County Shillelagh. Ignorantº invincibles, innocents immutandº! Onzel grootvatter Lodewijk is onangonamed before the bridge of primerose and his twy Isas Boldmans is met the blueybells near Dandeliond. |3We think it'sº a gorsedd shame, these godoms.3| A lark of limonladies! A lurk of orangetew orangetawneymen! You're backleyº wounted, buckleyº mister, bester of the boyne|err.!ºerr|
|5⇒ Andº they leaved the most deleaf del leavely
and of of leaftimes and the most folliagenous till thereº came the marrer of mirth andº the jangtherapper of all jocolarinas and they were
as were they never ere. Yet had they laughtered(8,8) one on other(8,8) undo the end and
enjoyedº their laughings merry was the timeswhenº so grant it High Hilarion us may
|4⇒ Back to |aDrouthy Droughtya|!4| |5The water of the face has |aflown floweda|.5|
Theº all of them|5|+, the gowriegueuxersº,+|5|
|4blottyeyed4| boys, in that
pig's village smoke, a sixdigitarian legion |3on druid circle3|,º the Clandibblon |4clam4| cartel,º foursquaredº in condomnation of his totomptation and for the duration till his repepulation,º |4then pulled out and came off and4| rally agreed,º theirº roasted malts with |4blank |aborleyd wheastkeys mullable malmseysºa|4|, uponº old nollcromforemost ironsides|4, as cainnabelº chieftain,4| since|4, as sammonº trowed to explain to summon, |aseeing that(8,8) |7as7| he had contracted out of islands empire,a|4| |5|+missing+|5| he might as coolly have rolled to |4school4| call|4, tarponturboy, a grampurpoise, |athe manyfathom brinegroom with the fortyinch bride,a|4| out of the cuptin klanklordº kettle auction like the soldr of a britsh he was bound to be and become till the sea got himº whileask whilask(8,8) from maker to misses and what he gave wayº as a pattern, he, that hun of a horde, is a finn as she, his tent wife, is a lap, at home on a steed, abroad by the fire |4(to say nothing of him having done whatyouknow howyousaw whenyouheard whereyouwot|5, the kenspeckled souckar, generose as cocke, greediguss with |agazelle garzellea|, uprighter of age and most umbrasive of yews all,5|) under heaviest corpsus exemption)4|,º and whoasever spit her in howsoever's profocation it was anybody's beastness as usualº and she was noboddy'sº fondling saving her keepers |4that mould the bould she sould to hould the wine that wakes the barley4|, the peg in his pantry to hold the heavyache off his heart. |4The droll delight of deemsterhood, a win from the wood to bond.4| |5|+Like the bright lampº, Thamamahalla, yearin out yearin.+|5| Auspicablyº suspectable but in expectancy of respectableness. From dirty flock bedding, drip dropping through the ceiling, with two sisters of charities on the front steps and three evacuan cleansers at the back gaze, single box and pair of chairs (susceptible)º, occasionally and alternatively used by husband when having writing to do in connection with equitable druids and friendly or other societies through periods of dire want with comparative plenty (thunderburst, ravishment, dissolution and providentiality) to a sofa allbeit of hoarsehaar |2and with2| Amodicum cloth, hired |2playono payono2|, still playing off, used by the youngsters forº czurnying out oldstrums, three bedrooms upastairs, of which one with fireplace (aspectable), with greenhouse in prospect (particularly perspectable).
And you, when you kept at Dulby, were you always (for that
time only) what we knew how when we (from that point solely) were you know where? There you are! And why? Why,º hitch a cock eye, he was snapped on the sly upsadaisying coraspearlsº out of the pie when all the perts in princer street set up their tinker's hymmº |2(the rann, the rann, that keen of old bards)º2| with
them newnesboys |2pearcon pearcin2| screaming off their armsworths. |3|shThe boss made dovesandraves out of his bucknesst while herself wears the bowler's hat in her bathsh|.º3| |2Detective Deductive2| |2Allmen Almayne Rogers2| disguides his voiceº, sheltersº behind hoax chestnote from |2excessive exsessiveº2|. Heat wives rasing. They jest keeps rosing. He l jumps leaps risingº. Howlong!
You known that tom? I certainly know. Is their bann bothstiesed? |2Suddenly Saddenly2| now. Has they bane reneemed? Soothinly low. Does they ought to buy the papelboy when he footles up their suit? He's their mark to foil the flouter and they certainty owe.
|3—3| Guilty but fellows (8culpas
culpows8)! It was felt by me, sindecadeº, that submerged doughdoughty
doubleface told waterside labourers. But since we |3for athome's health3|
have chanced all that, the wild whips, the wind ships, the wonderlost for world hips, unto theirº trust prayed in aid its plumptylump piteousness which, when
it turtled around seeking a |4sorth of turft sud of thud of surf4|,
spokeº to approach from inherdoff trisspass through minxmingled hair. Though I may have hawked it,
said,º and selled my |3howº3| hot peas after theactrisscalls from my
imprecurious position and though |3achance3| I could have emptied a pan of backslop down drain by whiles of dodging a rere from the
|2middenprivy middenprivet2| appurtenant thereof, salving the presents of the board of
wumps and pumps, I am ever incalpable|4, where release of prisonals properly is concerned,4| of unlifting
upfallen girls wherein dangered from them in |3there open thereopen3| out of unadulteratous bowery, with
those hintering influences from |3an3| angelsexonism. |3It was merely my barely |abarleyºa| till
their |aohºa| offs. |aMissaunderstaid.a| |aMeggy Guggy's giggag.
code's proof!b| |4The rebald danger and with they who would bare whiteness against me I dismissemº from the mind of good. He can tell my such as story to the Twelfth Maligns, that my first was a nurssmaid and her fellower's a willbe perambulatrix.4| There are twingty to twangty too thews and leathermail coatschemes penparing to hostpost for it |4|avolunteerily |bvailunteerily valinnteerilyb|a|4| |bwith my valued fofavourb| to the pastº puzzles deparkment with larch parchelsº of presents for future branch offercings. The green approve the raid! Shaum Baum's bode he is amustering in the groves while his shool comes merging. Dear along|err.!ºerr| |4Want I put myself in their kirtlies I were ayearn to leap with them and show me too bisextine.4| Dear |bandb| lest I forget mergers and bow to you |btoo lowb|, marchers! |bAttemption!b| What a mazing month of budsome misses they are making, so aº wingtywish to flit beflower. The beflore their |bking kinb|! |bAttonsure! |cEars to hears!c|b| The skall of a gall |4(and for every dime he yawpens that momouth you (8cowld could8) park your ford in it)4| who has papertreated him |binto captivities with
his inside man |4by4| a hocksheat of starvision for an avragetopeace of parchment|7,7|b| |4cooking |aupa| his lenses4| to be my |bapoclaglagypst |4apoclagypst apoclogypst, the recreuter of conscraptions,4|b| |blet him beb| asservent to Kinahaun! For |4(peace peace, perfectpeace!)4| I have |5waited abwaited5| me in a water of Elin and I have placed my reeds intectis before the Registower of the perception of tribute in the hall of the city of Analbe. |bHow concerns any |7Merryaunt merryaunt7| and hworsoever gravesobbers it is perensempry sex of fun to halpº a dazzle off the othour.b| What for Mucias and (8Gracia Gracias8) may the duvlin rape the handsomst! |4And the whole mad knightmayors'º nest! Punpotherº, prison and plotch! |aIf Iº shoulden somewhat|7,7| well|7,7| I |bcan am ableb| (8to8) owe it|5,º hearth and chemney easy5|. |xI will turn my utter cheek |abefore my augmented ancestors as these hisa| if it is not how I say it.x|a|4| |bThey seeker for vannflammº all worldins merkins. I'll eager make lyst turpidump undher arkens.b|a|3| |5Basast!5| And if my litigimate was |3well3| to wrenn |3tigtag3| cackling about it|7,7| |3like the sallyº berd she is|7,7| to abery ham3| in the Cutey Strict |4(Iº shall call upon my first among my lost to |aof lyre lyrars beyond Hamshatches Weirs if dirth can talka|,º a |ajingoodbangoist jingoobangoista|, to overcast toº her)4|,º |3dismissing mundamanuº all the riflings of her victuum gleaner (my old chuck|a, sheº drakes me druck|b, turning outº gay at ninetyb|a|!) and well3| shoving off |3a |5boaston mess boastonmess5| |4like lots wives does4| over3| her handpicked |3hensbend hunsbend3|, as she would be calling|7,7| |3well|7,7|
for further oil mircles3| upon all her wayfererº gods and reannouncingº my del |3devilries deviltries3| |3as was I a locally person of caves3| until I got my purchase on her |3firmforhold3| I am, |4I like to think,4| by their sacreligion of daimond cap daimond, confessedly |3in my baron gentilhomme3| |4to the manhor bourne4| till ladiest day |4as panthoposopher|7,7|4| to have splet fortº |3groont groontº3| a peer of bellows |3like Bacchulus shakes a rousing guttural3| at any old cerpaintimeº by peaching (allsole we are not amusical) the warry warst against myself in the defile as a lieberretter |3sebaiscopal3| of these mispeachyitesº of the first virginial water who|4, without an auction of biasement from my part,4| with gladdystº tone ahquickyessed in it, overhowe and underwhere|3., the |atotty lolly poppy flossya| conny dollymaukins|err.!ºerr| |aThough I heave a coald on my bauck |6and am could up to my eres hoven6| sametimesº I used alltides to be aswarmer for the |6blank meekst and the graced.6|a| |4You are not going to not.º4| Youº might be |athreeabreasteda| wholenosing at a |awallhoarding whallhoardinga| |5|afrom our Don Amira| anent villayets prostatution precisingly kusckkarsº tarafs5| and it could be |adouble denseda| uncounthest hour of allbleakest age |5with a bad of wind and a barran of rain,5| |anompos mentis like Novus Elector|7,7| what with his Marx and their Groups|7,7|a| yet |adid a doubt|7,7| should a dare|7,7|a| were Iº to you|7, you7| would do and dhamnk me, |ashenker,a| dhumnk you. |aSkunken Skunka|. |aWhat And fare with me to share with me. |bHinther and thonther, hant by hont.b| By where dauvening shedders down whose rovely lanes. As yose were and as yese is. Sure |bandb| you would,º Mr MacGurk|err.!ºerr| Be sure and you would, Mr O'Duane|err.!ºerr| To be sure and you would |4so4|, Mr MacElligut|err.!ºerr| Wod you nods? Mom mom.a|3| |4No mum has the rod
to pud a stub to the lurch of amotion.4| My little love apprencisses,º theº estelles, van Nessies von Nixiesº voon der pool, |3which I had a reyal devouts for (yetº was it |amerely low marly loweasea| or just a feel with these|a, whichº olderman K. K.º Alwayswelly he is showing toº the fullnights,ºa| for my palmspread was gav to a parsleysprig, the curliest weedeen old ocean coils around, |aas pretty so spruce as aa| spice for salthorse, sons sonnies, and as tear to the thrusty as Taylor's Spring),º3| |5when aftabournes,5| when,º as Beacher |2seeth seath2|,º she was |3look3| like a little |5cheayat5| chilled |5(Oh sard (Oh Sardº! ah Mah!)5| by my tide impracing, andº all the colories,º my dears,º |3fair3| fled from my folced cheeks!
|4Popottes, where you can ceal canceal me you mayst forced guage my bribes. |5Wickedgapers, I appeal against the light|err.!ºerr| |aA nexistence (6o of6) vividence!a| Panto, boys,º is on a looser inloss|err;ºerr| ballet, girls, suppline their thrown tights.5| I have wanted to thank you such a long time |anow now so muchºa|. Thank you.4| Sir, kindest of |3bottleholder, (8bottleholder bottleholdersº8)3| and very dear friend(8,8) |5among our hearts of steel5|, |3froutiknawº,3| it will |2be for befor2| you, me dare beautiful young soldier, |3winninger nor anyour afº rudimental moskats,3| before you goº to mats, you who have watched your share |4with your sockbouleº sodalists4| |3on your buntedº nogs3| at our love tennis |3squats regatts|4, suckpump,4|3| when on with the balls did disserve the |3fair fain3|, my goldrush gainst her silvernetss, to say, |5biguidd,5| for the love of goddess and |3perthanow3| as you reveres your one mothers(8,8) |3mitsch for matsch(8,8)3| andº while I reveal thus my deepseep daughter which was bourne |3bri3| up |3pridely3| out of |3me medsdreams3| unclouthed when I was pillowing in my brime (of Saturnay Eve, how now, weren'tº we't?), to see, I say, whoahoa,º in stay of execution |3in re Milcho Melekmans, increaminated,3| what you feel|3, oddrabbit,3| upon every strong ground you have ever taken up, |3by bitterstiff work or battonstaff play, with assaultº of turk against a barrakraval of grakeshoots,3| |4e'en tho' Jambuwel's defecalties is Terry Shimmyrag's upperturnity,4| if that is grace for |3to for3| the grass what is balm for the bramblers, |3as itº is as it is,3| that I am the catasthmatic old ruffin |5|+sippahsedly improctor+|5| to be seducingº trovatellas, the dire daftyº damedeaconesses,º like (why sighs the soothesingerº) the lilliths oft I |3feeled feldt3|, andº when |5|+booboob+|5| brutals and cautiouses only aims at the |5|+oggog+|5| hogs in the |3human humans,º3| thenº (Houtes, Blymey and Torrenation, |4upturks upkurts4| and |v2cotch em scotchemv2|!) I'll |3tall tale3| tell croon paysecurers|7,7| |5|+sowill nuggets and nippers|7,7|+|5| |2that2| thash on me stumpen blows the gaff off mombitionº and |2thit2| thides ofº marse makes a good dayle to be shattat. Fall stuff.
|6⇒ His rote in ere, afstef, was.6|
|5|+⇒ And dong wonged Magongty till the bombtomb of the warr|7,7| thrusshed in his whole soort of cloose.+|5|
|5⇒ Whisht who wooed in Weald, bays of Bash Bawshaw binding. |aThe desire of Miriam is the despair of Marian as Johnº
Joseph's beauty is Jacq Jacob's grief. Brow|7,7| tell
(8nun, nun;8) eye|7,7|
|blook feignb| sad(8;8)
mim. Look at Lokman!º
Between Whatbetween the cupgirlsº and the platterboys.a| And he grew back into his grossery baseness: and|+, forº all his grand remonstrance,º+| there you are.5|
|4⇒ Mask one. Mask two. Mask three. Mask four.
|3— Look about you, Tutty Comyn!
— Remember and recall!, |7Killykeg Kullykeg7|!
— When visiting Dan Leary try the corner house for thee.
And|a, since |bthreestory |+5threesestory threestory+|5|b| sorratellingº was much too many,a| they maddened and they morguedº and they |alunged lungda| and they jowld. |5|+Synopticked on the word.º+|5| Tillº the Juke done it.3|
Like Juke Jukoleon|a|b,º the seagoer,b| when he bore
downa| in |athe in hisa| pyrryboatº he had raised a slide and shipped his orders and
seized his pullets and and primed their plumages, the fionnling and dubhlet, the dun and the fire, and,º sending them one by other to fare fore fourth
|~forth forn,º~| he had beheldº the
|errresidmance residuanceºerr| of a delugion: the foggy doze still going strong, the old thalassocrats |aof
invinsible emporesa|, maskers of the waterworld, facing one way to another way and this way a on that way|5, from severalled their
four dimmansionsº. Where |athea| lighning leaps from the numbulous; where coold by cawld breide lieth langwid; the bounds
|awherein whereinbournea| our solied bodies all attomed attaim arrest: appoint, that's all. But see what follows. Wringlings upon wronglings among incomputables about an uncomeoutable (an angel
prophetethis,? kingcorrier of beheasts? the calif in his halifskin? that eyriewinging one?)5| and the voids bubbily vode's dodos over across the which the boomomouths from their dupest dupes were in envery and
anononously blowing great.
|4⇒ Keep backwards, please, because there was |5no good to gundy running up again5|. Guns. And it was written up in big capital. Guns. Saying never underrupt greatgrandgosterfosters! Guns. Andº whatever one did they said|5, the fourlings,5| that on |5no accounts noahcountsº5| you were notº to. Guns.
Not to pad them behaunt in the fear. Not to go|7, tonnerwatter,7| and bungley well chute the |arusing
rishingºa| |5generant gianerant5|. Not to |7wandly
be7| woking around |7jerumsalendoº7| at small hours |aabout the
murketplots(8,8)a| smelling okey boney(8,8) this little figgy and arrakyº belloky this little pink into porker
porkodirto,7| to let the gentlemanº |7pedestarolies7| out of the |7culpuration Monabella culculpuration7| live his own left leave|7, cullebuone,7| by perusuing |7perusual perperusual7| of the petpubblicities without inwoking him his also's between |a(sic)a| the arraky bone and (suc) the okey bellock. And not to not be always(8,8) |7hemmer and hummer|err,º9|7| treeing unselves up with one exite but not to never |abea| caving nicely, precisely, quicely, rebustly, tendrolly, unremarkably, forsakenly, haltedly, reputedy reputedly, firstly, somewhatlyº yesayenollyº about the back |aexcit excitsa|. Never to weaken up in placedº of the broths. Never to to |avolissleep |bvollesslleep vvollusslleeppb|a| in the pleece ofº the poots. And|7, allerthings,7| never to ate the sour deans if they weren't having anysin on their consients. And|7, |aas for Zumschluss when in Zumschlossa|,7| to never|5, narks,5| cease till the finely ending was consummatedº by the completion of accomplishment.4|
|5⇒ |aWhat time And thusa| within the tavern's secret booth The wisehight ones who sip the tested sooth Bestir them as the Just has bid to jab |7the The7| punch of quaram on the mug of truth.
K.C. jowls, they're sodden in the secret. K.C. jowls, they sure are wise. K.C. jowls, the justicest jobbersº(8,8) for they'll find another faller if |athe theira| ruse won't rise. Whooley the (8whooper Whooper8).5|
|4⇒ There is to see. Squarish large face with the atlas jacket,º brightsº brownie eyes in |abluesack
bluesackina| shoeings. Peaky |aboopy bookya| nose over a lousiany shirt. Ruddy stackle hair besides a
|astrawcamel's strawcamela| belt. Name Namely. Gregorovitch, Leonocopolos,º Tarpinacci and Duggelduggel. And was theys stare all
atime? Yea bet but they was. |5Andoring the games and, induring the studies
and, undaring the stories, end all. Ned? Only snugged then and cosied after one percepted nought
while tuffbettle outraged the waywords and meansigns of their hinterhand suppliesdemands.5| And be they gone to splane splication|err.?ºerr| |5That host that hastº one on the hoose when backturns when he facefronts none none in the house his |agest geusta| has guest.5| |aYou bet they is.a| |5And nose |awella| down.5| |7Fidelisat.7|4|
|4⇒(6⇑6) |a(6Item.6)a| (6He was hardset then6) |5(6with the nits on his taw6)5| (6and he wented to go (somewhere) while he was weeting.6) |a(6Utem.6)a| (6He wished to grieve on the good persons, that is the four gentlemen.6) |a(6Otem.6)a| (6And it was not a long time till he was feeling true forim he was godda purssia and it was6) |a(6a6)a| (6short6) |a(6time6)a| (6then till he was fooling mehaunt6) |ato (6and6)a| (6mehynte he was an injine robber.6) |aHe (6So much so that he6)a| (6was at his6) |athinker's (6tanker's6)a| |aaunts (6dance6)a| (6to give (the four gentlemen)6) a corse (6the presence (of a corse).6) |a(6Etem.6)a| (6He found the6) |afound; (6pound;6)a| (6and they found the hurtled stones; they fell in with the gravy duck; and he got the roast of the meat.6) |a(6Atem.6)a|4|
|4⇒ With however what sublation of compensation in the radification of interpretation by the byeboys? Being they. Mr |aG. B. D.ºa| Ashburner, S. Bruno's Toboggan |aHill Drivea|, Mr Faixgoodº Bellchimbers, Carolan Crescent, Mr J. J.º Chattaway, Hilly Gape, Poplarº Park, Mr |aQ. P.a| Dieudonney, The View, Gazey Mr Q. P. Peer, Mr T. T. Erchdeakin, Multiple Lodge, |aJeff Jiffa| Exby Rode, Mr W. K. Ferris-Fender, Fert Fort, Woovil Doon Botham |ato whom ontowhoma| |aadd addinga| the tout that that pumped the stout that linked the lank that soldº the sandy that nextdoored the rotter that rooked the rhymer that lapped at the hoose that Joax pilled.4|
That there first a rudrik kingcomed to an inn court; and the seight of that yard was a perchypole with a loovahgloovah on it; last mannarks
maketh man when wandshift winneth womans: so how would it hum, whoson of a which, if |asome someofa| |s+was aswass+| to start to stunt the story |aonºa|?5|
|4⇒ So many needles to ponk out to as many noodles as are company,º they noddling all about it |aall to time
|5tuti to tempo |s7tuti tuttis7| to
tempo5|a|, |5|+decumans numbered too,+|5| |a(1)
(6(a) (a)6)a| |awell,ºa| that the secretary
bird|a, better known as Pandor (8pandoria paullabucca Pandoria
Paullabucca8)|7,7| whom they thought was more like a solicitor general,a|
|a|shindiscriminatinglysh|a| made belief
|sh|a|bwith midb| authorsuggestionsº from |sbSchelm
thesb| Pelmana|sh| to write some words some
Words somewordsº to Senders |a|babout her chilikin puckb|, laughing that Poulebec would be the death of
(6(b) (b)6)a| that,º well, that |aMaggie tighe
Madgesº Tighea|, the postulate auditressee, |awhen her daremood's a grownian,a| is always on theº who
goes where|7,7| hoping to Michaelº for the latter to turn |aupa| with a cupital tea before her ephumeral comes off without any much father
(3) which is part parting parcel of the same gourneral'sº postoppage, it being |aloookwhyse
lookwhysea| on the whence blows wheather|a, |shhelpingº mickle to mickleº so that the loiter end of that leader may
twaddleº out after a cubital lullsh| |bsh|with a hopes
to earsh|b|, comprong?a| |a(3) (6(c) (c)6)a| becakes the goatsman |a|shon questionsh|a|,º |aora| whatever the hen |ahe the bumblera| was,º feeling |awhat |shnot up to scratchº bekicks of whateverº the kiddingssh|a| |7Pagne Payne7| Inge and Popper meant for him, |5thoughy he onced at a throughlove, true grievingfrue danger, as a nirshe persent to his minstress,5| devourced the pair of them |a|shMather Caray's chucklingssh|a|, pante blanche, and missing skittered his |alitter littersa| |5like the cavaliery man in Cobra Park5| for |aunborn ungeborna| yenkelmen|a,º |shJeremy Trouversº or Kefinº O'Keeperssh|,ºa| any old howe and any old then and when around Dix Dearthy Dungbin|7,7| remarking scenically |awith laddylike lassitudea| upon what he finally postscrapped,º |a(4) (6(d) (d)6)a| |x|sh|~After It's after it's~| so long till I thanked |ayou. But you butºa| I do so much |anow. Thank now thanka| |ayou. you so very mucha|sh| |aasa| |sh|~You you~| introduced me to forks.sh|º scratch crew |shHave I assister?sh| |shWho is this she was,sh| |shVela, Lady Prettygrows?sh| |shSo they squealed.sh| |shIt makes the wildfire break out all over me.sh| |shMy cods,sh| |shwhat he did, the brute.sh| |shI'll behead his old porterant, the wrex (wrex)sh| (6(e) (e)6)x| |~Will will,~| these remind to be sane? |a(6(f) (f)6)a| Fool,º step!º4|
|5⇒ Aletheometry?º Or just zoot doon floon?
|4⇒ You were in thatº same boat of yourself yourselves too, Getobodoffº or Treamplasurin; and you receptionated the most diliskious of milisk; which it all flowowered your drooplin dunlearies: but dribble a drob went down your rothole. Meaningº Kelly, Grimes, Phelan, Mullannyº, O'Brien, MacAlister, Sealy, Coyle, Hynes-Foynesº, Naylor-Traynorº, Courcy de Courcy and Gilligan-Goll.
|5⇒5| |aStunner of oddstodds ona| |aBluebleeding boarhorses, what bluebleeding boarhorse! Whata| soresen's head subrises thustousº out of rumpumplikumº oak |awith|7,7| well|7,7| we |7carnot cannotº7| say whom we are looking like through his nowfacea|? It is of Noggens whilk dusts the bothsides of the seats of the bigslaps of the bogchaps of the porlarbaar of the marringaar of the Lochlunn gonnlannludderº of the feof of the foef of farfummedº Ship-le-Zoyd.4|