Textual development Manuscript to Errata IV§1

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

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|1Sandhyas! Sandhyas! Sandhyas!1|

Callingº all |1dawns downs1|. Calling all dawnsº to |aday daynea|. |2Array!2| |1Surrection|err.!ºerr|1| Eireweckerº to the |awhole wohlda| bludyn world. O rally, O rally, O rally! |5|aPhlenxty, O rally! To what lifelikeº thyne of the bird can be.a| Seek you somany mettersº. Haze sea east to Osseania. Here! Here! Tass, Patt, Steffº, Woff, Havv, |ablank Bluvva| and Rutter!º5| |1The smog is (2blank lofting. And already the |3oldouman's olduman's3| olduman has godden up on othertimes to litanate the bonnamours.2)1| Sonne feine, somme foehnº avaunt! Guld modning, have yous viewsed Piers' aube? Thane yaars agon we have used yoors up since when we have fused now orther. Calling all daynes. Calling all daynes to |2down dawn2|. The old breeding broadstedº culminwie culminwillth of natures to Foyn MacHooligan. The leader, the leader! Securest jubilends albas Temoram. (2Clogan slogan.2) Quake up, dim dusky, |2wake wook2| doom for husky! (2And let Billey Feghin be baallad out of his (7hunuluation humuluation7). Confindention to churchen.2) |1We have highest gratifications in announcing to pewtewr publikums |aofº pratician pratyusersa|:º1| Genghisº is ghoon for you.

|s6A hand has come from the cloud extended |aThe Aa| hand from the cloud emerges, holding its a chart expanded.s6|

The eversower of the |aseeds ofa| light to |aowl your sowls the cowld owld sowlsa| that are in the domnatory of Defmut after the night of the carrying of the word of Nuahs and the night of making Mehs to cuddleº up in a coddlepot, |aPu Nuseht,a| lord of risings in the yonderworld |3of Ntamplin3|, tohp triumphant, speaketh.
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|1Vah! Suvarn Sur!1| Scatter |2fire brand2| to |2blank the reneweller2| of the sky|2., agniter of thou who agnitest! Dah! |aArcthurus, come! Arcthur is coming!º Be!a|2| |3|xVerb imprincipiantº through the entrance entrancitiveº spaces!x|3| |aKilt by kelt shallº kithagain with kinagain.a| |1We elect for thee, Tirtangel. |aSvadesia salve! |b|cWe|3,º Durbalanars,3| |3adjure theeadjure3|.c| A way|3, |aour thea| Margan, from our astamite,3| through dimdom done till light kindling light has led|4|+, we hopas,º+|4| but |+4find the journey hunt me the journeyon+|4||c, iteritinerant, |2the |s6Kal kals6| his course,2| |damid the semitary of Somnioniad|c|. |6Even unto Heliotropolis, the castellated, the enchanting.6| |4|+Now if |asoomome soomonea| felched a twoel and soomonelses
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warmtº watter we could, while you was saying Morkret Miry or Smud, Brunt and Rubbinsen,º make sunlike sylp om this warful dune's battam. |aBut clarity Yet clarifya| begins at.+|4| Whither the spot for? Whence the hour by?ºb|a|1| |2See but! |4|+Lever hulme! |aTake in!ºa| Respassersº should be pursaccoutred. Qui stabat Meiusº quantum qui stabat Peiusº. As of yours. We annew.+|4| Our shades of minglings mengle them and help help horizons.2| |4A flasch and, rasch, it shall come to pasch, as hearth by hearth leaps live.º |+For the tanderest stock with the rosinost top. Allenº Hill's, clubpubber, in general stores and. Blz!º+| Atriathroughwards, Lugh |athe Brathwackera| will be |athea| listened after and he larruping sparks out of his teiney ones.4| The |2spearpoint spearspid2| of |1dawnlight touches dawnfire totouches1| |2ain2| the |2tablestone tablestoane2| |1in |2at ath2|1| the centre of the |2great2| circle of the macroliths |2ofº Helusbelus2| |1|ain the |3boshiman3| brusha| on this our peneplain |4|+by Fangaluvaº Bight+|4| |3whence the horned cairns erge, |5stanserstanded, to floran frohn,5| idols of isthmians3|1|. |1Overwhere.1| |a|b|2Great Gaunt2| |cgreyc| ghostly gossips growing grubber in the glow.b| |2|aPast now pallsº. |3(7Ha!7) Cur one beast|a, even Dane the Great,ºa| may treadspathsº with sniffer he snout impursuant to byelegs. (7Ha! Ha!7) |4|+Edar's chuckal humurises |ahumurising humuristica|.+|4| But why pit the cur afore the noxe? Let |achant shrilla| their duanº Gallus|4|+, han,+|4| and she|a, |4|+hon,º+|4| the Sassqueehenna,a| makes ducksruns at crooked. Once for the chantermale, twoce for the pother and once twoce threece for the waither. |aSo |bthe anb| inedible yellowmeatº turns out theº invasable blackth.a|3| |4What Kwhat4| serves to rob with Alliman, |4saelior,4| a turnkeyed trot to Seapoint|4, pierrotettes,4| means Noel's Bar |4and Julepunsch, by Joge4|, if you've |3horse tippertaps3| in your head |4or starting kursses, tailour,4| yourº right to Penmark, stommeringº silenced at Henge |bCollege Ceollegeºb|,
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Exmooth|4, Ostbys for ost, boys|a, each and onea|4|? Death banes and the |3still |aunquick quicka|3| quoke. But life wends and the dombs spake!º Whake?a| But Hill of Hafid, knock and knock, |3nachasach,3| gives relief |3to the langscape3| |4as he strauches him his |alamusonga| unto uponº gazelle channel4| and the bride of the Bryne|3, shin high shake,3| is dotterº than evar to for a damse |awith weda| her farther.2| |4Lambel on the up!4| |3We may plesently heal Geoglyphy's twentynine ways to say goodbett an wassing seeoosoonº , liv. |aWith the forty wonks winking please me your much as to!.a|3| |4Tup With her tup.4| It's a long long ray to |2Eruland's |4Eriland's Newirelandsº4|2| premier. |4For korfsº, for streamfish, for confects, for bullyoungs, for smearsassage, for patates, for steaked pig, for men, for limericks, for waterfowls, for wagsfools, for louts, for cold airs, for late trams, for curries, for curlews, for leekses, for orphalines, for tunnygulls, for |acleara| goldways, for lungfortes, for moonyhaunts, for fairmoneys, |6for louts,6| for coffins, for tantrums, for armoiresº, for for waglugs, for for rogues'º comings, for sly goings, for quails larksmathes, for homdsmeethes, for quailsmeathes, kilaloo kilaloolyooº. Tep.º4| Come lead, crom lech!a| |4Top. Wisely for us Old Bruton has withdrawn his theory. |aYou are alpsulumply wroght! Amsulummmm. But this is perforeteaguingº youpoorapps? Namantanai!º |bSure it's
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not keviengº your? Amslu!b| Good all so.a|4| We |aseem toa| understand |a|3from apad3| vellumtomes muniment|3, Arans |aDuhka Duhkhaa|,3|a| |xamong |3horsehows hoseshoes3|, |3chariotcairns cheriotiers3| and etceterogenious bargain boatbarrowsº, |3on,3| |4over and under ofver and umnder4|,x| |3since, evenif or although, in double preposition as in triple conjunction,3| how |arecent the muddena| research |4in the topaia that was Mankaylands4| has gone to |aprove show provea| |4from the picalava present in the maramara melma4| that |awhile aa| successive generation has been. |aInº the deep deep deeps of Deepereras.a| Buried hearts. Rest here.

Conk a |adook'll dook he'lla| doo. |1Svap.1|

|3|xSo let him slap, the sap! Till they take down his shatter from his shap. Hecanease.º Fill stap.x|3|

|4Thus faraclacks the friarbird. Listening, Syd!4|

The child, a natural child, |2the thenk thenown by the mnames ofº2| |1(aya! aya!),1| |2was wouldbewas2| kidnapped at an age of recent probably, possibly remoter;º |2or he conjured himself from seight by slide
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at hand
;º |afor which the theatronº is a lemoronage;a|2| |1at milchgoat fairmesse; |ain full dogdhis; |2sod on a fall;2| pat;a|1| |4the hundering blundering dunderfunder of plundersundered manhood;4| behold, he returns;º |5renascenent;º5| |4|afincarnate; |5still foretold around the hearthside;º at matin a fact; |ahailed chimers' ersekind;a|5| |+foam foespurnant;º fum in his mow;+| |bawike in wave risurging into chrest;b|a| victis poenis hesternis; |+fostfath of solas;+| |5fram choicest of wiles with warmen and sogns til Banba, burialº aranging;5| |aunder articles thirtynine of the reconstitution;a| |+by the |aLord's lord'sa| order of the canon consecrandable;+|4| |1|aearthlost that we thought him; pesternost, the noneknown worrier;a| from Tumbarumba mountain; |2|xin persence of whole landslots; forebe all the rassias;x| |4|+sire of leery subs of dub;+|4| Theº Diggingsº, Woodenhenge,º as to hang out at;2| |4|+with spawnish oel full his angalach; the sousenugh; gnomeosulphidosalamermandermanº; |5the big brucer, fert in fort; Gunnar, of The Gunnings, Gund;5| one of the two or three forefivest fellows a bloke could in holiday crowd encounter; benedicted be the barrel; kilderkins, lids off; |aa roache, an oxmaster, a sort of |bbugs heapsb|, a pamphilius, a vintivatnivicenyº, a hygienicº contrivance so-calledº from the editor; |bthe thick of your thigh;b| you knowº; |bquite; talking to the vicar's joy and ruth; the gren, woid and glue been broking by the maybole gards;b|a| he; |a|bwhen no crane in Elga is heard;b| upout to speak |ba thisb| lay; |bwithout links, without impediments, with gygantog gygantogyres, with freeflawforms;b|a|+|4| |aparasama to himself; |3atmanº |saevars known as evarssa|;3| |bwhom otherwise becauses;b|a|1| no puler as of old but |aasa| of young a paladin;º |4whitelock not lacked nor |atemperasolum temperasoleona|;4| |1|athough he appears a funny colour;a| |4stoatters some; |abut a quite a big bug after the dahlias;a|4| |2place inspectorum sarchent; also the hullow chyst excavement;2| astronomically fabulafigured; |aas Jambudvispa Vipra foresaw of him; the last half-versicleº repurchasing his pawned word;a|1| |5sorensplit and paddypatched; and pfor to pfinish our pfun
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of a pfan coalding the keddle mickwhite
:º5| sure, straight, slim, sturdy, serene, synthetical, swift.º

|1By the antar of Yasas! |aRuse made him worthily achieve inherited wish.a|1| |4The drops upon that mantle |afell raineda| never around Fingal. Goute! Loughlin's Salts. Willº make a newman if anyworn.
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Soe? Thes La! Lamfadar's arm it has cocoincidences.4| You mean to see we have been hadding a sound night's sleep?º |1You may so.1| It is just, it is just about to, it is just about to rolywholyover. |1Svapnasvap.1| |2Of all the stranger things that ever not even |ain the hundrund and badst pageans of |bunthousent unthowsentb| and wonst nice or in eddas and oddes bokes of tomb, dyke and hollowa| to be have happened!2| |5The untireties of livesliving being the one substrance of a streamsbecoming. Totalled in toldteld and teldtold in tittletelltattleº.5| Why? Because|2, graced be Gad and all giddy gadgets, in whose words were the beginnings,2| there are two signs to turn to, the yest and the ist, the wright side and the wronged side, feeling aslip and wauking up, so |2on an2|, so |2forth farth2|. Why? |aOn the |bsourdside sourdsiteb| we have the Moskiosk Djinnpalastº with its twin adjacencies,º the |bschola bathhouseºb| and the bazaar, |ballahallaballah allahallahallahb|, and on the spontlesiteº it is the Alcovanº and the rosegarden, boony noughty|1, all puraputhry1|. Why? One's apurr apuss |s6as6| story about brid and |bbreakfaiths breakfedesb| and |1parricombating and1| |bkooshkoosh coushcoushºb| but others is of tholes and outwornº |2beings, doings buyings, dolings2| and chafferings in heat, contest and enmity. Why? Every talk has his stay|1, vidnis |s6blank Shavarsanjivanas6|,1| and all-a-dreams |4perhapsing under lucksloop4| at last are through. Why? Why?a| It'sº a sot of a systm swigswag, |asystemy dystemy systomy dystomya|, which everybodyº you ever anywhere at all doze. Why? Such me.

And howpsadrowsay.

|1Lok!1| A shaft of shivery in the act|1, anilancinant1|. Cold's sleuthº! |1Vayuns!1| Where did thots come from? It is infinitesimally fevers, resty fever, risy fever, a coranto of aria, |asleeperawakening asleeperawakeningºa|, in the smalls of our one's back presentiment, gip, and again,º geip, a flash from a future |1of maybe mahamayability1| throughº the window of windr of (7a7) wondr |2in a wildr2| is a weltr |2as a wirbl (7as of7) a warbl2| is a world.

|a|5Tom! Tom.5|a|

|aIt is perfect |bblank degreesb| excelsius. |1A jaladaew still stilleth.1| Cloud lay but mackrelº are. Anemone activescent. Theº torporature is returning to mornal. Humid nature is feeling itself freely at ease with the all fresco. |2The vervain |aheralds is to heralda| as the grass administers. They say, they say in effect, they really say. You have eaden fruit. Say whuit. You have. You snakked mid a fish. Tellº whish.
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Every those personal place objectsº isº nonthings wheresoeversº and they just done been doing being in a dromo of todos withouten a bound to be by.º You hild them, the upples, inº your trowers. Forswundled. You hald
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him by the tap of the tang.
Not a salutary sellable sound is since. Insteed for asteer,º adrift with adraft. Nuctumbulumbumus wanderwards the Nil. Victorias neanzas. Alberths neantas.2| Itº was a long, very long, a dark, very dark, an allbutº unend, scarce endurable|3, and we mi could add mostly quite various and somewhatº stumbletumbling3| night. |2Endee he sendee.2| Diu!a| |3The has goning at gone, the is coming to come. Greets to |aghostern ghasterna|, hie to morgning. Dormidy, destady!º Doom is the faste. Well dawnº, good other!º3| |1Now day, slow day, from delicate to divine,º divases. Padma, brighter and sweetster, |athe thisa| flower that bells, it is our hour ofº risings. Tickle, tickle. Lotus spray.1| |4Till herenext.4| |2Adya.2|

|4Take |6thancks thanks6|,4| |a|4Thanks |6thanks thankstum6|4|,º |1Thomas Thamasº1|.a| |2In that earopean end meets Ind.2|

There is something supernoctualº about whatever you called |ahima| it. |2Panpan and vinvin are not alonelyº |apinpin and vanvan vanvan and pinpina| in your Tamal without tares |abuta| simplysoley they are they. This utter follow isº that odder fellow. |aHimkim kimhimº. Old yeasterloaves may be aº stale as a stub and the pitcherº go to aftoms on the wall.a|2| Mildew, murk, leak and jurn |ajarn yarna| now want the bad that they lied on. And the fourº last words |2to date todateº2| in camparative accoustomology are going to tell stretch of a fancy |2through strength towards joyance|a, |badyantaniya adyan adyatantaºb|,a|2| where he gets up. Allay for allay, a threat for a throat.


|1To them in Ysat Loka. |3Hearing.3| |aThe urb |2it2| orbs.a| |3Then, Then's now |aand witha| now's then in tense continuant. Heard. Who having has he shall have had. Hear!3| Upon the thuds trokes truck, chim, it will be exactly so exactlyso fewer hours |aand bya| so many minutes of the |2aube |aalbe opea|2| of the diurn of the sennight of the maaned of the yere of the age of the |amadamanvanturas madamanvantoraa| of |2Greatguy and Littlelady Grossguy and Littleylady, our hugibus hugibum and our weewee mother,2| |4actaman housetruewith,4| and their childer |2and their napirs and their napirs' childers'º napirs2| and their chattels and their servance and their
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cognance and their ilks and their orts and their everythings that is |3be will was3| theirs.1|

|1Much obliged,º Time-o'-Thay! But |3where wherth3|, O clerk?1|

|3Whithr a clonk? Vartman!3| |2See you not soo the pfath they pfunded, oura vatars that arred in Himmal, harruad bathar namas, the gow, the stiar, the tigara, the |6liofont liofant6|, when even thurst was athar vetals, |s6mid trefoils slipped all the sable rampant,s6| hoofs, hoofs, hoofs, hoofs,º padapodopudupedding on fattafottafutt. Ere we are! |3Signifying|4, if tungs may tolkan,4| thatº primeval conditions having gradually receded but nevertheless the emplacement of solidº and fluid having to a great extent persisted through intermittences |4of sullemn fulminance, sollemn nuptialism, sallemn sepulture and providential divining,º4| making possible and even inevitable|4,º after his a time has a tense haves and havenots hesitency,º4| at the place and period under consideration
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a socially organic entity |aof a millenary military maritory monetary |bformation morphological circumformationb|a| in a |amore or less settleda| state of economic equonomic ecolib ecolube equalobe equilib equilab equilibr equilibbrium.3| Gam on, |aGarge Geargea|! |3|a|bNo mor (7Nomomorphemi Nomomorphemy7) for me!b| Lessnatbe angardsmanlake!ºa| You jastº gat a tache of army on the stumuk.3| |4|+To the Angar at Anker. |5|aAcquatincts Aecquotinctsa|.5| Seeworthy. Lots thankyouful, polite (7Pointsins pointsins7)!+|4| There's a tavarn in the tarn.2|

|4Tip.4| |3Take Tamotimo's |4topical tip. topical. Tip.4| |4Browne yet Noland. Tip.4| Advert.3|

|6Where. Cumulonubulocirrhonimbant heaven electing, the dart of desire has gored the heart of secret waters and the poplarest wood in the en entire district is being grown at present, for eminently adapted for the requirements of pacnicstricken humanity,º andº between all the goings up and the whole of the comings down,º and the fog of the cloud in which we toil and the cloud of the fog under which we labour, bomb the thing's to be domb about it so that, beyond indicating the locality, it is felt that one cannot with advantage add a very great deal to the aforegoing by what, such as it is to be, follows, |abeyond justa| mentioning |ahowevera| that the old man of the sea and the old woman |aof ina| the sky if they don't say nothings about it they don't tell us noº lie, the ghist of the phantomimeº be, from
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cannibal king to the property horse, being|err,err| slumply and slopely|err,ºerr| to remind us how|a, in this drury world of ours,a| Father Times and Mother Spacies boil their kettle with their crutch. Which every lad and lass in the lane knows. Hence.6|

|1Polycarp pool, the pool of Innalavia, |3Saras the |4soft saft4| as,3| |4|+of meadewy marge,+|4| |5atween Deltas Piscium and Sagittariastrion,5| |2whereinn once we lave 'tis alve and vale,2| |aminnyhahing here from hiarwather,a| |3a poddlebridges in a passabed,3| the river of lives, the regenerations |3of the incarnations of the emanations of the apparentations3| of |2Funn and Nin2| |3in3| |aCleethaballa Cleethabalaa|, the kongdomain of the Alieni, an accorsaired race,º infester of |2Libund Libnud2| Ocean, Moylamore, let it be|err.!ºerr| |5Where |aAllbraggt Allbroggta| Neandser tracking Vikkynetteº Neeinsee |afirstsighted gladsighteda| herº |aLovvy |bLuffy Linfianb|a| Fallsº |aand a teamdiggingharrow turned the first soda|. Sluce! Caughterect! Goodspeed the blow! |a(Incidentally,º |b'tis believed that his harpened before Gage's Fane forb| it has to be over this booty spotch|b, though some hours to the wester,b| that ex-Colonel House's preterpost heiress is to return intoº the outstretcheds of Dweyerº O'Michael's loinsprung the |brelictoral blunterbustedb| pikehead which his had hewn in hers. |bLong Prolongedb| laughterwords.)ºa|5| There an alomdree begins to green|4|s+, screenº |saseensa| for loveseat|5, as we know that should she, for by essentience his law, so it make all5|s+|4|. It is scainted to Vitalba. And her little white bloomkins|4|+, twittersky trimmed,+|4| are hobdoblins' hankypanks. |4|+Saxens likeº our anscessers thought so darely on now they're going soever to Angleseaº, free of juties, dyrt chapes.+|4| There too a slab slobs, |aimmemorial immermemorial|4, the only in all |aits luvin swampa|4|a|. But
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so bareº, so boulder, |2offering brag sagging2| such a brr bll bmm show that, |2holy smoles wooly smoolsº |aof Barindeusºa|2|, |4the white alfred,4| it owed to have at leased some butchup's upperon. |5Homos Circas Elochlannensis!º His showplace at Leeambye.5| |aOld Wommany Wyes.a| |2Pfif!2| And But|4, while gleam with gloom swan here and there,4| this shame rock and that whispy planter tell |4Paudheen |errPaudheen-Steel-the-Poghue Paudheen Steel-the-Poghueº8|4| and his perty Molly Vardant|4, |5in goodbroomirish,5| arrah,4| this place is a proper |2and thisº feist a ferial2| ifº so be |awho |bwho who hwo hwoºb|a| would |asay |bcelebrate celibrateb|a| |2cardnal communial,º2| the holy mystery|2, orº that the pirigrim from Mainylands beatend|4|+, the calmleaved hutcaged |5by that look whose glaum
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5| he means business bisnisgels to empalmover+|4|2|.1| |2A naked yogpriest, clothed |auponºa| of sundust, |ahis oakey doaked with frondest leoves,a| offrand to the the ewon. |aofa| her owen. |3Tasyam kuru salilakriyamº!3| Pfaf!2|

|5Bring about it to be brought about and it will be, loke, our lake lemanted, that greyt lack, the citye of Is is issuant (atlanst!)|6, urban and orbal,6| through seep froms umber under wasseres of Erie.5|


|1|aWho? Hwo?ºa| Hwy|2, dairmaidens2|!º |2Asthoreths, assay! |aAnd earthsigh Earthsigh |btob|a| is heavened.2|1|

|2Hillsengals, the |adaughtoreens daughtersa| of of the cliffs,º responsen.2| |3Longsome the samphire coast. |a|bFrom |cthou theec| to thee, |cthou thooc| art it thoo, thou, that thouest there. |cThe like the near, the liker nearer.c| O sosay!b| A family, a band, a school, a clanagirls. |bFiftines |cand andbutc| fortines by |cnovenas and novanas andorc| vantads by octettes |cand ayandc| decadendecads by a lunary |cand withc| last a lone.b| |bWhere Whoseb| every has her |bdiffering differentºb| from the sm similies with her site. Sicut campanulae petalliferentes they coroll in caroll round Botany Bay.a|3| |5A dweam of dose innocent dirly dirls.5|

|1Keavn!º Keavn! And they all setton voicies aboutº |5singsing music was5| Keavn!1| |5|aHe. Only he. Litt Ittle (+6blank+)6| he. Ah!a| The whole clangalied. |aOh!a|5|

|1S. Wilhelmina's, |aS. Garda's S. Gardenia'sa|, S. Phibia's, S. Veslandrua's, S. Clarinda's, S. Immecula's, |saS. Caterine's, S. Josetta's, S. Paula's, S. Meekaleen Jane's, S. Dolores Delphin's, S. Perlanthroa's, S. Errands Gay'ssa|, S. Eddaminiva's, S. Rhodamena's, S. Ruadagara's, |aS. Drimicumtra's, S. Una Vestity's, |bS. Mintargusia's S. Mintargosia'sºb|, S. Mischa-La-Valse'sº, S. Churstry's, S. Innocycora's, |sbS. Merychant Gay's S. Aungiel Calzata'ssb|, S. |bClovintarta's Clovinturta'sb|,º S. |bblank Clouonaskiey'sº,b|a| S. Bellavistura's, S. Santamonta's, S. Ringsingsund's, S. Heddadin Drade'sº, S. Glacianivia's, S. Waidafrira's, S. Thomassabbess's, and |2(|3peepeep! trema! unloud!! pepet!!!3|)2| S. |3Lollisotolle's Loellisotoelle's3|.º1|

|4|+Prayfulness! Prayfulness!+|4|

|3Euh?! Thaet is seu whaet shaell one naeme it!3|

|2The meidinogues have tonguedº togethering. Ascend out of your bed|3, cavern of a trunk,3| and shrine! |3Kathlins is kitchin.3| |aCast soros aside. Soros cast aside,º ma brone!a| You must beº |s3extera exterras3| acquarate to inter irrigateº all the arkypelicans. |aThe austrologer Wallabyº Tolan, |ba brother,ºb| who farshook our showrs from Newer
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, has signed the you and the now our mandate.a| Milenesia waits. Be smark!º2|
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|4|+One seekings. Not the lithe slender, not the broad roundish near the lithe slender, not the fairsized fullfeatured to the unread |alee leewarda| of the broad roundish but, indeed and inneed,º the curling, perfectportioned, flowerfleckled, shapely,º highhued, delicate featuredº ben swaying to the windward of the fairsized fullfeatured.+|4|

|4|+Was that in the airaboutsº when something is to be said for it or is it someone imparticulantº who will somewherise for the whole anyhow?+|4|

|2What does Coemhghenº? |4|+Tell his hidings clearly! |6A woodtoogooder.6| Is his moraltack still the his best of weapons? How about a little more goaling? gool? goold? Rowlin's tun he gadder no must.+|4| It is the voice of Roga. His face is the face of a son. Be thine the silent hall, O Jarama! A virgin, the one, shall mourn thee. Roga's stream is solence. |3But Croona is in adestance.3| The ass of the O'Dwyer of Greyglens is abrowtobayse afeald |3in his terroirs3| of the Potterton's forecoroners|3, the reeks around the burleyhearthed3|. |3When visited by an indepondant reporter, “Mike” Portlund, |ato burrow burninga| the Latterman'sº Resterant so is called the gortan in questure he mikes the fallowing |4|+for the Durban Gazette, firstcoming issue+|4|. From a collispendent. Any were. Deemsday. |4|+Bosse of Upper and Lower Byggotstrade, Ciwareke, may he live for river!+| The |agames Gamesa| funeral |+at Valleytemple+|. Saturnights pomps|+, |aenclusing exhabitinga| that corricatore of a harss,+| revealled by Oscur Camerad. |+The last of Dutch Schulds, perhumps.+| An Outrage |+Pupe Pipe+| in Dream Cluse. |+|aUncover Uncovers Puba| History.+| The Outrage, at Length. Affected Mob Follows in Religious |aSullivance Sullivencea|.4| Rinvention of vestiges by which they drugged the buddhy. Moviefigure on |aon ina| scenic section. By Patethicusº.3| And |5here there5||3, |afrom out of the scuity, misty Londan,a| along the canavan route, that is with the years gone, |amild beam of the wave his polar bearing, |4|+steerner among stars,+|4| trust Tonthenaº and you tread true turf,a|3| comes the sorter, Mr |4|+Hurr+|4| Hansen, |6talking alltheways in himself of his hopes to fall in among a merryfoule of maidens happynghome from the dance,6| |4|+his knyckle allaready in his knackskey fob,+|4| |3a passable compatriate proparly of the Grimstad galleon, aldº pairs frieze,3| feed up to the noxer with their geese and peeas and oats |5upon a trencher and the toyms
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he'd lust in Wooming
5| |4but with that smeoil like a grace of backoning over his egglips of the sunsoonshine4|. |5Here's heeingº you in a guessmasque, latterman! And such an improofment! As royt as the mail and as fat as a fuddle! Schoen! Shoan! Shoon the Puzt! A penny for your |athinkabouts thoughtaboutsºa|!5| |4Tay, tibby, tanny, tummy, tasty, tosty, tay.4| |a|+4Bag Batch+|4| is for Baker who bakes baxters our bread. O, what an ovenly odour! |4|+Butter |abutter bring butter! Bringa| us this days our maily bag!+|4| |3But receive me, my frensheets, from the
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emerald dark, |+4winter long winterlong+|4|
!3| |3But For3| diss is the doss for Eilder Downes and dass is |4|+it duss|err,err| |awhat asa| singen sengers|err,ºerr|+|4| what |bour theb| hardworking |4|+straightwalking stoutstamping securelysealing+|4| officials who trow to formº our G.M.P.'s pass muster generally shay for shee and sloo for slee when butting their |bhead headdb| to the pillow for a |bnight shared rest |3nights shared makeshift nightshared nakeshift3|b| with the alter girl they |btook in to sweep tuck in for sweepsakeb|.a| Dutiful wealker for his hydes of march. |aHave Havdºa| you the times time,º Hans ahike? |aHeard you the crime, senny boy? |bThe man was giddy on |3lettis letties3| on the dewry |3|4d of the duary4|, |4be pursueded,4| whethered with entrenous, midgreys, dagos, teatimes, shadows, nocturnes or samoans, if wellstacked fillerouters,º plushfeverfraus with dopy chonks,3| and this, that and the other|3, pigskinsº or muffle kincklesº, taking a pipe course or doing an anguish,3| seen to his fleece a in after his foull|3, when Dr Chart of Greet Chortlesº Streetº he changed his backbone at a citting3|.b|a| He had not the declaimationº|3, as what with the foos as whet with the fays,3| but|3,º so far as hanging a goobeeº on the precedings,3| |4wherethen the lag allawsº,4| it mights be anything after darks. |3Which the deers alones they sees and the |4darties darkies4| they is snuffing of the wind up. Debbling.3| |aGrantevvents! Greanteavvents!a| |3Hyacinssies with heliotrollops!3| |4Not once fullvixen freakings and but dubbledecoys!4| It is a lable iction on the porte of the cuthulicº church and summum most atole for it. Where is that blinketey blanketer, that soundº of a pealer, the sunt of a hunt whatº foxes good men?º2| |4Where or he, our loved among many?4|

|2|6What But what6| does Coemhghenº, the fostard? |6Tyro a tora.º6| |5The novened iconostase of his blueygreyned vitroils but begins in feint to show his story. light his legend. Let |aphosphoron Phosphorona| proclaim!5| |6Peechy
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.6| |4Say he that saw him that saw!4| |3Man shall sharp run do a get him.3| Ask no more, Jerry mine, Roga's voice!º |6No pice soorkabatcha. The boyº which puckerooed the posy. |saThe vinebranch of |sbHermanheber Heremonhebersb| on Bregia's plane |sbwhere Teffia liessb| is leaved invert and fructed propersa|6| |s6The but thes6| cublic hut haut hatches |s6are not yet open endnot open yets6| for hourly rincers' mess. |s6Read Higgins, Cairns and Eganº.s6| |5Malthus is yet lukked in close. |aWithun.a| How swathed al thereanswer alcove makes there theirinn!5| |4Besoakers loiter on.4| |5And |amatutinal primilibatorya| silicatesº of limon sodias will be absorbable.5| It is not eye even yet the engine of the load with haled morries full of crates|4, you mattinmummur|5,º for dombell dumbs5|? Sure and 'tis not then4|. The Greekº Siderealº Reulthway, as it havvents, will soon be starting |3a smooth with3| its first|4?, single hastencraftº4| danny buzzesº instead of the vialact coloured milk train |4on the fartykket plan run4| with its endless |3gallaxian gallaxion3| of rotatorattlers |4and the smooltroon our elderens rememberem as the creamº of the service, Strubry Bess4|. Also the |awaggowobbles waggonwobblesºa| are still yet everdue |5to precipitate after night's combustion5|. Aspect, She Shamus Rogua|3, orº3|! |3Taceate and!3| |5Hagiographice canat Ecclesia. Which aubrey our
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first shall show.5| |aInattendant Who-is-who Inattendance who is who isºa| will play that's what's thatº to what's that |5what5|.º2|

|2Oyes! Oyeses! Oyesesyeses!2| |3The primace of the Gaulls|a, protonotorious,a| |5|aI yam |bthat asb| I yam,a| mitrogenerand in the free state on the air,5| is now aboil to blow a Gael warning. Inoperation Eyrlands Eyot and, |5Meganesia, |ahabitantº |bandb| the |bonebutb| thousand |bisles inselsb|,a|5| Western and Osthern Approaches.3|