FINNEGANS WAKE NOTEBOOKS

Sheets VIII, material for Book I and Book III galleys: Paris

Facsimile edition: James Joyce Archive vol. 49, ed. Danis Rose.
Manuscript: British Library 47487 130-137, 47476b passim, late 1937 Notebook details

FW Sheet 8 page 1


[Paris, late 1937]
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FW Sheet 8 page 1(a)

Page 16

Note: Written in crayon.
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Your |aname famea| is spreading like basilicon's Basilico's ointment and there's |awholea| households in beyond the Bothnians and they calling names after you color t.b.a.

Note: Greek basilikos: kingly. Italian basilico: basil (herb, used against skin disorders).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):045(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(c)

or |athe youra| nectar cup may yield to light color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):045(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(d)

a food for the gods color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):045(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(e)

Anna Stacey's, how are |ayou yea|! color t.b.a.

Note: See also Sheet viii-08(g) and Sheet viii-08(k)
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):045(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(f)

it's our warm spirits, boys, (men), he's spooring color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):050(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(g)

in the land of souls with Homur and Broin Baroke and pole ole Lonan and Nobucketnozzlar and the Guinnghis Khan. color t.b.a.

Note: Homer, Brian Boru, Lonan (chieftain converted by St. Patrick), Nebuccchaadnezzar, Genghis Khan. Guinness can.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):049(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(h)

to rake your gravel color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):049(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(i)

to part from Devlin is hard, as Nugent said, & to |aleave see no [blank]a| the clean tanglesome one lushier than the other enfranchisable fields color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):063(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(j)

this archipelago's first visiting schooner color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):064(d), N52 (VI.B.42):064(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(k)

the rev. the Succentor S Patricks color t.b.a.

Note: Precentor: leader of singing in church. St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):066(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(l)

Christchoiral grammarian color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):066(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 1(m)

hairs as brown as ever they was. Worth waist in hot coppers as says Adams and Sons |athe wouldbe actioneersa| color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):073(b)

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FW Sheet 8 page 2(a)

Page 16 et seq

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 2(b)

boys (at the Salmon House, color t.b.a.

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Hold him, Ezekiel Irons, & may God strengthen you! color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 2(d)

a wicklow pattern waxenweich at his prow for a figurehead color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):073(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(e)

hive, comb and earwax, color t.b.a.

Note: Bee-loud H.C.E. triad.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):075(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(f)

the dead sea dugong updipdripping from his depths, color t.b.a.

Note: The dugong, or sea-cow of the Indian seas.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):076(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(g)

since the Fintan Lalors piped you overborder color t.b.a.

Note: Fintan Lalor Fife Band.
FW Sheet 8 page 2(h)

your ghost has a grievance color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):082(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(i)

if she pike county color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):082(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(j)

If she's most 40 itself color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):083(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(k)

Hugglebelly and [blank] like you was taken water, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):083(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(l)

after the calvary color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):084(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(m)

after the full lengths, smarts & swaggers color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):084(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 2(n)

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FW Sheet 8 page 2(o)

Brettland color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:004(c)

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FW Sheet 8 page 3(a)

Page 22 et seq

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 3(b)

(cad) — (studying |acastellsa| ca the blowne while studding cowshots over the noran) color t.b.a.

Note: Clongowes Wood was formerly named Castle Browne. Cowshots: flat scooping legstroke made by the batsman (cricket).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):049(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(c)

the twattering of the bards in |aalla| the twitterlitter land of between Druida and the Deepsleep Sea color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):049(e), N52 (VI.B.42):050(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(d)

on Tierney's either

Note: See also Sheet viii-05(b)
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):050(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(e)

his lokil calour color t.b.a.

Note: Local colour; calor (heat). Loki, in Norse myth, caused Balder's death, with mistletoe.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):048(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(f)

epickthalamorous color t.b.a.

Note: Epic. Amorous. Epithalamium: a nuptial song in praise of the bride and bridegroom.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):048(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(g)

cumannity singing color t.b.a.

Note: Community singing; a ‘cumán’ is a hockey-stick.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):045(g)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(h)

it would be buried in the Irish Stew (sea color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):042(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(i)

ex-race eyes color t.b.a.

Note: X-ray eyes.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):042(g)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(j)

fully armed explanation color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):041(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(k)

Langly (he has taken all the French leaves unveilable out of Colomnequiller's Pravities) color t.b.a.

Note: St. Colmcille's prophecies. French leave. French loaves.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):041(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(l)

Thurston (menhir) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):032(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(m)

if Father Dan Browne, tea and toaster to that quaintest of yarn spinners, is Padre Dom Bruno, treu and troster of for the queen of Iar Spain, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):025(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(n)

to identifine the body color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):051(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 3(o)

fellow-me-lieders. color t.b.a.

Note: Follow-my-leader. German Lieder: songs.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):059(b)

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FW Sheet 8 page 4(a)

I come, my horse delayed, color t.b.a.

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|aland of counties capaleensa| color t.b.a.

Note: Irish capal: horse.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):062(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(c)

having taken lieder's teeth out of pawn color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):059(b), N52 (VI.B.42):065(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(d)

(were would that fane be Saint Muezzin's calling |a(holy places!)a| and this fez brimless as brow of faithful toucher of ground could wish it for it were the ghazi |apower of the sworda|, color t.b.a.

Note: Ghazi: a title given to Mohammedans who devote themselves to the destruction of infidels.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):079(d), N52 (VI.B.42):079(e), N52 (VI.B.42):079(f), N52 (VI.B.42):080(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(e)

this papal leaflet give to father dear, these royal chocolates with fond love to mother color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):096(a), N52 (VI.B.42):096(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(f)

literary as well as criminal aspirations color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):098(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(g)

home of the old seekings, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):094(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(h)

, Pats and pigs order older inselt, color t.b.a.

Note: John Bull's Other Island, G.B. Shaw. Insult, insel.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):066(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(i)

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FW Sheet 8 page 4(j)

waiting for a postponed regatta, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:030(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(k)

her eyes dry, small & speech thicklish color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:091(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(l)

regifugium persecutorum color t.b.a.

Note: Regifugium: Roman ceremony, ‘flight of the king’: perhaps a race for annual kingship. Latin persecutorum: of the persecuted. [Cf. Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary, refugium peccatorum: refuge of sinners.] See also: repeated on Sheet viii-7(n)
Original notebook: VI.C.07:091(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(m)

because he appeared a funny colour color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:091(h)
FW Sheet 8 page 4(n)

Battlecock Shottledore Juxta Mare color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:097(k)

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FW Sheet 8 page 5(a)

Pages 30-50

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 5(b)

swear to the Tierney of [Dundalkey] color t.b.a.

Note: Dundalk (Dún Dealgan), a town in Co. Louth; Dalkey, Co. Dublin. See also Sheet viii-03(d)
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):050(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(c)

in his bassel color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):040(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(d)

meleky King color t.b.a.

Note: Malachy. (Malachy II succeeded Brian Boru as High King of Ireland. Hebrew Malachai (name): my messenger.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):040(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(e)

ambrosiaureolised color t.b.a.

Note: Ambrosia Aurelianus: semi-mythical fifth-century champion who led the Romanised Britons against Hengest.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):045(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(f)

amreeta beaker color t.b.a.

Note: Amrita: ambrosial.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):045(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(g)

Annastessa color t.b.a.

Note: See also: repeated on Sheet viii-08(k)
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):054(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(h)

the augusta augutulissimost, for old Seabeastius' salvatore color t.b.a.

Note: Sebastos: Greek name for Augustus, married to Livia. Latin Augusta: Highness; angustissimus: closest.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):044(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(i)

relict of all dacency (p. 16) color t.b.a.

Note: See also: Sheet viii-5(j). Relict: widow. The ‘relic of ould dacency’—the hat my father wore (song).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):044(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(j)

Exhibit the relicts (his) color t.b.a.

Note: See also: Sheet viii-5(i). Relict: widow. The ‘relic of ould dacency’—the hat my father wore (song).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):044(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(k)

P.C. Robort ([[??] [??]] this page) color t.b.a.

Note: Police constable.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):043(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(l)

Kersses Korduroy Karikature color t.b.a.

Note: Kersse (Dublin tailor). Corduroy (cloth material). Caricature. .
FW Sheet 8 page 5(m)

Kneel Down Duddy Gunne and Arishe Sir Cannon. color t.b.a.

Note: Dead and gone. Michael Gunn: manager of the Dublin Gaiety Theatre. Irish arís: again. Arise. Knighthood (kneel, sire).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):040(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(n)

kings of the aran & dalkeys, kings of Mud & Tory, the goat king of Kilborgan color t.b.a.

Note: Aran Islands. ‘Kings of Mud Island’: a gang of desperadoes in Ballybough, c 1650-1850. A ‘king’ was crowned annually at Dalkey Island. Anciently, a king was elected annually at Tory Island, off the coast of Donegal. A goat is crowned king, annually, at Puck Fair, Killorglin.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):035(a), N52 (VI.B.42):035(b), N52 (VI.B.42):035(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(o)

(in feacht he was dripping as he found upon stripping for a pitcher at of malt at the fair in C cowld raine) color t.b.a.

Note: In fact. Irish feacht: turn, time. Coleraine town in Co. Derry, once noted for its distilleries.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):034(c), N52 (VI.B.42):034(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(p)

Henressy Crump, expolled color t.b.a.

Note: H.C.E. triad. Henry Crump was a fourteen-century Irish theologian convicted of heresy.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):025(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 5(q)

may his ship thicked stick in the bottol of the river and all his crewsers stock locked in the burral of the seas color t.b.a.

Note: Lock, stock and barrel; bottom of the sea; cruiser; crew; bottle.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):048(f) and N52 (VI.B.42):049(a)

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FW Sheet 8 page 6(a)

Thompson, Lewis, submachine, proinfernal color t.b.a.

  • FW unlocated
Note: First-world war period machine guns.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):050(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(b)

rough shooting color t.b.a.

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):051(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(c)

a fairworded instance of falsemeaning adamelegy color t.b.a.

Note: Etymology.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):056(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(d)

well it might now, mircle, so it might / Will it bright upon us, nightle, and we plunging to our plight? Well, it might now, mircle, so it light. color t.b.a.

Note: Persy French, ‘Are you right there, Michael, are you right’ (song).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):057(e), N52 (VI.B.42):058(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(e)

Tommeylommey color t.b.a.

Note: Danish tomme lommer: empty pockets.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):059(g)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(f)

bomb — quaker's quacknostrum color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 6(g)

on the plain of Ir color t.b.a.

Note: Heber, Heremon and Ir were three brothers who led the Milesian invasion of Ireland.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):063(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(h)

cognitive-conative color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):064(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(i)

Wishdoctor Young (Addler) color t.b.a.

  • FW unlocated
Note: Witch doctor. Psychiatrist (wish doctor).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):064(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(j)

The prince should not expose his person. Macchevuoli! color t.b.a.

Note: Macchiveli, Il Principe.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):066(e), N52 (VI.B.42):067(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(k)

Some Lane pictures of the dreario-dreama setting color t.b.a.

Note: The Lane Collection of paintings, Dublin. Drury Lane, Dublin.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):067(c), N52 (VI.B.42):067(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(l)

Republican Arms Hotel color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):068(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(m)

the bullycassidy of him color t.b.a.

Note: Bellicosity. Ballycassidy town, Fermanagh.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):069(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(n)

that dangerfield, night butcherwood, where Fireworker, Oh flaherty, engaged a nutter of Castlemallard's and ah for archer stunned s t[o]rk. color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):a03(a), N52 (VI.B.42):a03(b), N52 (VI.B.42):a03(c), N52 (VI.B.42):a03(d), N52 (VI.B.42):a03(e), N52 (VI.B.42):151(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(o)

tout est sacré pour un sacreur, femme à barbe ou [blank] color t.b.a.

Note: French, ‘all is sacred to the sacred, / bearded woman or [blank]
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):069(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 6(p)

theirs not to reason why color t.b.a.

Note: See N52 (VI.B.42):070(c), possible origin. Tennyson, Charge of the Light Brigade—Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do or die.

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FW Sheet 8 page 7(a)

Page 50 et seq

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 7(b)

Secremented Serviour of the Divine Zeal color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):071(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(c)

(lost leaders live! the heroes return) color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 7(d)

for the inhumanation of Queen Tailte, her will color t.b.a.

Note: Anciently, arduous and manly games were held in honour of the Irish Queen Tailte.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):085(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(e)

olympiad color t.b.a.

Note: Olympiad: the 4-year period between enactments of the Olympic games.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):080(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(f)

you forget there's 3 other corners to your cork float color t.b.a.

Note: Four corners of Ireland. Cork, Ireland.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):040(h)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(g)

Thos Thoris, Thomar's Thom, the rudacist man in Roebuck color t.b.a.

Note: Roebuck, residential area in Dublin. Rudest. Thomar, a Danish invader, was defeated by the Irish Malachy.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):037(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(h)

subhuman ( c) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):036(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(i)

11th Dynasty, the 32nd Hamlaugh, color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 7(j)

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FW Sheet 8 page 7(k)

(to let the Blubbywail ghoats out of em) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:055(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(l)

prepared for that ac but the accent takes us by surprise, now comes smell color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:064(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(m)

subtopical color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:066(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 7(n)

regifugium persecutorum color t.b.a.

Note: See also: repeated on Sheet viii-4(l)
Original notebook: VI.C.07:091(e)

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FW Sheet 8 page 8(a)

A

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 8(b)

I am a worker, a tombstone mason, anxious to pleace everybodies, jully glad when Christmas comes his once ayear. You. You are a boorjoise celtivating spoonerismus, unctuous to polise nobodies and tunnibelly soully when 'tis thime took our o'er home, gin. (letter) color t.b.a.

Note: See also N52 (VI.B.42):086(a)
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):041(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(c)

[toadydear] (letter) color t.b.a.

  • FW unlocated
FW Sheet 8 page 8(d)

archdeaconess' bonnet color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):032(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(e)

Misthress of Arths color t.b.a.

Note: Master of Arts. Mistress of Arthur.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):031(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(f)

Macphersson's Oshean color t.b.a.

Note: Macpherson, noted forger of bardic literature.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):030(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(g)

Marcella color t.b.a.

Note: Ulysses 636: Marcella, the midget queen.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):030(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(h)

Wet week Wilikin's |adaughter douchtera|, Merely Ann color t.b.a.

Note: In text with song, ‘McGilligan's Daughter Mary Ann’. Russian velikan: giant; dochka: little daughter.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):051(g), N52 (VI.B.42):053(g)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(i)

anomorous letter color t.b.a.

Note: Anonymous, amorous letter.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):053(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(j)

hippocrasy, canninge e—

  • FW unlocated
Note: H.C.E triad. Hippocracy, cunning. Hippocrates.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):053(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(k)

Annastessa(s) color t.b.a.

Note: See also Sheet viii-05(g). Anastasia, putative Russian duchess.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):054(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(l)

her salver welding color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):060(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(m)

to stew into stye, today and todyr,

Note: Tennyson, Charge of the Light Brigade—Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do or die. See also N52 (VI.B.42):070(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 8(n)

weather & other circumstances permitting color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):085(a)

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FW Sheet 8 page 9(a)

I never now heard color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:030(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 9(b)

where Neptune sculled over and Leanders three bumped [heroes] two color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:030(g), VI.C.07:030(h)
FW Sheet 8 page 9(c)

Notre Dame du Bou Marché color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:031(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 9(d)

L'Auberge du Père Adam color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:035(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 9(e)

dormerwindow gossip and the writings on the wall color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:041(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 9(f)

the quad gospellers may own the targum but any of the zingari shoolerim can pick a peck of kindling yet for the sack of auld hensyne color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 9(g)

The last of the Fingalians color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 9(h)

(or for that matter why not take the former for a village inn, the latter for a upsadown bridge, a multiplication mark for crossroads ahead, any pothook for the family gibbet, the old fourwheedler for the bucker's field, a tea anyway for a tryst somewhere and and one side missing a blind alley leading to an Irish plot in Champ de Mors?) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:094(h), VI.C.07:094(i), VI.C.07:094(j), VI.C.07:094(l), VI.C.07:095(a)

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FW Sheet 8 page 10(a)

D

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 10(b)

knife and kneck (Bru & Cass) color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 10(c)

dioguinnes, dognoses, dodginess

Note: See also Sheet viii-13(i). Diogenes; Guinness. Diagnosis.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):056(c), N52 (VI.B.42):053(e), N52 (VI.B.42):054(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(d)

the farce of dustiny color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):057(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(e)

pionofarte color t.b.a.

Note: Piano forte. Soft fart.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):056(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(f)

Soldier-author, batman Bubbles for all his commontoryism never got the sandhurst out of his eyes and so he |agets drawsa| the champagne which is as flap as his plankrieg color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):072(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(g)

drisheens & tansy sauce color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 10(h)

entry of the subjects with a chest of vialds color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:065(b), VI.C.07:065(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(i)

in a princeps edition color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:071(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(j)

Take direct action color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:077(g)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(k)

Abraham Tripier color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:086(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(l)

diligences color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:089(k)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(m)

bigtempered color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:090(l)
FW Sheet 8 page 10(n)

a slade off color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 10(o)

workhouse with attention before the tram.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:095(d) and VI.C.07:095(g)

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C

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 11(b)

(the Kersse cut, you understand) color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 11(c)

Tumult, son of Thunder color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):031(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(d)

hieresesiach Not cancelled

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):069(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(e)

our nationals, a national color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):069(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(f)

You brag of brass castles and the tiled house of in ballyfermont? |aWhere Mervyn Browne haunted Marvale Nolan.a| color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):150(g), N52 (VI.B.42):a06(a), N52 (VI.B.42):a06(b), N52 (VI.B.42):a06(c)
[virtual]
FW Sheet 8 page 11(g)

by the light phantastique color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):079(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(h)

(his departure was attended by heavy rain color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):085(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(i)

and thus gain from the nation true thanks color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):094(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(j)

on the purely defensive color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):094(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(k)

war to end war (all war that) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):094(g)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(l)

(their owlmatey being allwise on the [blank] color t.b.a.

Note: The (all-wise) Almighty being always on the [blank]
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):095(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(m)

bump him black & bump him blue color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):095(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(n)

avenge Majuba color t.b.a.

Note: ‘Avenge Majuba!’—rallying war-cry in Boer War.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):095(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(o)

rebels color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):095(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 11(p)

monster Book of Pattryattic Poetry color t.b.a.

Note: Patriotic poetry. Paddy (Irish), Attic (Greek).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):094(b)

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the dictator color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):080(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(b)

fandango color t.b.a.

Note: Fandango: a lively dance in 3/4 time; also, the tune for this.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):035(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(c)

(the obvious subtlety is so spurious) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:001(g), VI.C.07:001(h)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(d)

caftan color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:002(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(e)

praying to the cloud Incertitude color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:008(l)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(f)

under Jansens Chrest color t.b.a.

Note: Cornelius Jansen (17c.) denied free will and maintained that human nature is corrupt and that Christ died for the elect and not for the mass of humanity.
Original notebook: VI.C.07:020(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(g)

Opprobro of underslung pipes, johnjacobs color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:034(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(h)

(when your somatophage merman weds his vegetarian swan) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:039(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(i)

lucifer nose color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:043(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 12(j)

the [tetters] on his tumtytum color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 12(k)

the rival doors of places of worship color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:096(d), VI.C.07:096(g)

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III, 1

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 13(b)

Asbestopaulos color t.b.a.

Note: ?Sevastopol.
FW Sheet 8 page 13(c)

(What a pairfact crease! how amsolookly Kersse!) color t.b.a.

Note: Dublin tailor, Kersse.
FW Sheet 8 page 13(d)

production of consumption color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 13(e)

Welsfusel mascoteers, the sindybuck that saved the city. color t.b.a.

Note: Welshman's [Welsh Fusiliers] goat (Mascot) saves city. German Sünderbock: scapegoat.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):035(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(f)

hikler's highways color t.b.a.

Note: Adolf Hitler.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):034(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(g)

Macpherson color t.b.a.

Note: Macpherson, forger of bardic poetry.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):030(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(h)

Shamous O'Shamonous, Ltd color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 13(i)

diogneses, dodginess color t.b.a.

Note: See also Sheet viii-10(c). Diogenes; Diagnosis.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):053(e), N52 (VI.B.42):054(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(j)

Don Leary will get his own back from old grog Georgius Quartus when the goodship Johnjoys takes the wind out waterlogged Erin's King color t.b.a.

Note: A pleasure steamer named the John Joyce sailed from Dún Laoghaire. The Erin's King, another pleasure steamer, also operated from the harbour (originally named Kingstown after George IV.). Joyce was sent anonymously a throwaway announcing this three-hour coastal cruise, in September 1937. He was highly amused and asked his friend Frank Budgen to check and see if it was true that the old gent was “employing his postvital hours transportng Dubliners round the bay” (Letters I, 397; Ellmann, p.718).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):068(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(k)

Letters! It's all in my mine's I. color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):071(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(l)

neophyte amanuensis color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):072(c), N52 (VI.B.42):072(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(m)

as old as the Baden bees of S. Dominoc's color t.b.a.

Note: St Dominic is credited with introducing bees into Ireland.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):075(a),
FW Sheet 8 page 13(n)

with a bed as hard as the thinkamuddles of the Greeks and a board as bare as a Roman altar, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):077(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 13(o)

in memory of the past |a& the hicnuncs of the presenta| embeliching up the music of the future from Miccheruni's band color t.b.a.

Note: Embellish. Latin hic et nunc: here and now. Italian maccheroni: macaroni. Mickey Rooney.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):078(a)

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III, 1

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 14(b)

walk stop work stop whoak color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):079(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 14(c)

my vacation in life color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):082(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 14(d)

Top, Sid & Hucky color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):082(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 14(e)

——

FW Sheet 8 page 14(f)

the highest gratification in announcing color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:056(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 14(g)

to make the ingestion color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:057(a)

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FW Sheet 8 page 15(a)

III, 2

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 15(b)

Sauboostian brother color t.b.a.

Note: Sebastos: Greek name for Augustus, married to Livia.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):044(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(c)

Augustan (HCE) color t.b.a.

Note: Sebastos: Greek name for Augustus, married to Livia.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):044(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(d)

(after '[…]') |aquick quucka| the duck of a woman for quack the drake of a man, her little live apples for Leas and love potients for Leos the next, beast king color t.b.a.

Note: R. Ord and W. Gayer-Mackay, Paddy-the-Next-Best-Thing [play]).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):043(e), N52 (VI.B.42):043(h)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(e)

Juan |aJamieson Jamiesana| color t.b.a.

Note: John Jameson whiskey. In text with Sp. hastaluego: goodbye.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):031(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(f)

Eftsoon shall our sphoenix spark spurt his spyre and sunward stride la vampante flambe color t.b.a.

Note: Phoenix Park. Phoenix. Pyre. Song Stride la vampa [the blaze crackles] from Il Trovatore.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):048(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(g)

Jook and Kelly-Cook color t.b.a.

Note: American Juke and Kallikak families of notorious degenerates.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):057(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(h)

the autointaxication of our town of the fords in a huddle color t.b.a.

Note: Dublin (in Irish, lit. ‘the town of the ford of hurdles’).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):059(h), N52 (VI.B.42):059(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(i)

without prejuice color t.b.a.

Note: Without prejudice.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):062(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(j)

Weekly Irish Press (WIP)

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):062(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(k)

floral fray color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):072(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 15(l)

the garden guild color t.b.a.

Note: In text with Tennyson, Come into the Garden, Maud: ‘I am here at the gate alone’.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):078(d)

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FW Sheet 8 page 16(a)

III, 3

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 16(b)

his oels a' mona and his beers o' ryely color t.b.a.

Note: Danish ol: beer. Isle of Man. Irish móna: peat bog. Persse O'Reilly. Beers, rye.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):044(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(c)

panhibernsker color t.b.a.

Note: Panhibernian.
FW Sheet 8 page 16(d)

Sopped down by his pani's annagolorum, (at Kennedy's kiln she kned her dough, back of her bake for me!) color t.b.a.

Note: Kennedy's [Irish] bread. Song, Panis Angelicus [communion wafer]. Song, At Trinity's Church I Met My Doom—I was an M-U-G. Pani: lady [Cz], water [Sh].
FW Sheet 8 page 16(e)

stockengt henkerchoff color t.b.a.

Note: Pocket handkerchief; stocking. German henker: hangman.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):041(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(f)

— It reminds of the weeping of the daughters? ~ color t.b.a.

Note: Moore's ‘Meeting of the Waters’ (song). Luke 23:28—Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not for me.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):040(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(g)

~ — It remounts to the sense arrest color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 16(h)

his producers are his consumers color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):036(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(i)

the holy saint Finnighin, primapatriock of U. color t.b.a.

Note: ‘primipatriarches’ (first patriarch).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):028(f)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(j)

Browne's Thesaurus Plantarum Hiberniae, / Nolan's (The) Prittlewell Press has nothing like it color t.b.a.

Note: A ‘thesaurus plantarum’ is a treasury of plants. Frederick Nolan, vicar of Prittlewell, wrote A Harmonical Grammar of the Principal Ancient and Modern Languages.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):025(g), N52 (VI.B.42):026(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(k)

figure and smile subsection color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):046(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(l)

cummulium of scents color t.b.a.

Note: Communion of Saints. Song ‘Cummillium’.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):057(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(m)

Incidentally, it's the most enjoyable show going the province & I'm taking the youngsters there Saturday first to see the naturals aping (?) and the bucklybackers |afallen sicknersa| and the blind to the 2 worlds & the deffydowndummies. color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):060(c), N52 (VI.B.42):060(d), N52 (VI.B.42):060(e), N52 (VI.B.42):060(f); N52 (VI.B.42):061(a), N52 (VI.B.42):061(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(n)

bomb — made in Fredborg color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):062(b)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(o)

R.U.C. color t.b.a.

Note: Royal Ulster Constabulary.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):062(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 16(p)

Galways lion's shire since 1542 color t.b.a.

Note: 1542—general submission of Irish Lords to the English Crown.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):063(b)

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What cans such wretch to say to I or how have my to doon with hes? color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):064(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(b)

every 3rd. man has a chink in his conscience and every other woman [blank] color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):067(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(c)

We are dressed by that forest, fed on his wood, barqued in his bark and and our lecture is his leaves. color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):070(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(d)

have you ever thought of being artaned? color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):098(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(e)

——

FW Sheet 8 page 17(f)

doing obedience x color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:033(i)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(g)

watchers of Prospect color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:056(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(h)

westborders of the eastmidlands color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:057(j)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(i)

hiding a wren under your bushel. The cram / the cram the King of all [blank] color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 17(j)

pommes annettes color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:060(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(k)

like my |aothera| cousin (Tarpeia) Vesta Tully color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:082(j), VI.C.07:083(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 17(l)

Fairplay for finnians color t.b.a.

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FW Sheet 8 page 18(a)

III, 4

Note: Written in crayon.
FW Sheet 8 page 18(b)

Tigernack and Swansgrace, basilisk glorious and his weeniequeenie, color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 8 page 18(c)

Mandragon mor and Wee Wiffeyducky, morionman and thrydacianmade, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):043(b), N52 (VI.B.42):043(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(d)

and by the white shoulders of Finnuala color t.b.a.

Note: Finnuala (the name in Irish meaning ‘wqhite shoulders’) was the daughter of King Lir, and, tradition has it, was changed into a swan to await the advent of Christianity.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):028(g)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(e)

with Ari Aryan Jubilarian and/or Brigadier-General Nolan or/and Bucanneer-Admiral Browne, color t.b.a.

Note: Brigadier-General Nolan, head of U.S. intelligence 1917-1918.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):025(e), N52 (VI.B.42):026(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(f)

A.A.A. with a meekname and a mocktitle to her color t.b.a.

Note: Nickname. Mock Turtle.
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):024(a)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(g)

(though Finn Magnusson of himself says) color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):027(h)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(h)

earn before eating, drudge after drink, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):058(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(i)

in the ink of his sweat he will find it yet, color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):059(e)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(j)

The elms, Devereux to Lilian color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):a05(a), N52 (VI.B.42):a05(b), N52 (VI.B.42):a05(c)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(k)

neoliffic man & magdalenian mate color t.b.a.

Note: Neolithic. Magdelenian (culture in Upper Paleolithic).
Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):073(d)
FW Sheet 8 page 18(l)

Miriamsweet & amaranths & marygold to crown. |aLoreas with lilias floca flake arrosas, The newyearspray, the pasquiflor, the windaborne, the, the heliotrope,a| color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):076(a)

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FW Sheet 8 page 19(a)

seneschals (or 3) color t.b.a.

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: VI.C.07:040(j)
FW Sheet 8 page 19(b)

his scaffold is set up |aas to edifya| there on purples by Pageantmaster — Rex Ingrame color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:058(c) and VI.C.07:058(l)
.
FW Sheet 8 page 19(c)

betwixt the 3rd & 4th of the clock color t.b.a.

Original notebook: VI.C.07:058(e)