FINNEGANS WAKE

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Textual development Manuscript to Errata III.2§A

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

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Jaunty Jaun, as I wasº shortly before that made aware, next halted to fetch a breath|7,º the first |s13|shcothurminoussh|s13| leg of his (+nightride nightstride+) being pulled through,º7| and to loosen (let God's son now be looking down on toº the poor preambler!) both of his bruised |+14brogues brogues,º+|14| |5that were plainly made a good bit before his socks |9hose was hosen |+14were were,+|14|9|5| at the weir by Lazar's Walk (for far and wide|5, as |s12broad larges12| as he was |s12long livelys12|,5| was he noted for his humane treatment of any kind of abused footgear),º a matter of maybe nine score or so barrelhours'º distance off,º as truly he merited to do. He was there,º |+14I you+|14| could |5planimetricallyº5| see, when I took a closer look at him, |5that was to say,5| |+14greatly amply (graciousº helpings, at this rate of growing our our cotted child of yestereve will soon fill space and burst in systems, so speeds the instant!)º+|14| altered for the brighter thoughº still the graven image of |5himself his squarer self5| as he was used to be, perspiring but happy notwithstanding his foot was still asleep on him,º the way he |+14thought thought,+|14| |5by the holy |+14januarious januarious,+|14|5| he had a bullock's hoof in his buskin, with his halluxes so splendid, through Ireland untranscended, bigmouthed poesther, propped up, restant,º against a |4slumbersome butterblond4| warden of the peace, one comestabulish Sigurdsen |14|+(and where a better than such exsearfaceman to rest from roving the laddyown he bootblacked?)+|14|,º who|9, buried upright like the Osbornes,9| |14|+kozydozy,+|14| had tumbled |4slumbersomely4| |5on |ato ona|5| sleep at night duty behind the curing station, equilebriated amid the |9embraces embracings9| of a monopolisedº bottle.
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Now, there were as many as twentynine |7daughters hedgedaughtersº7| out of |5their |14|+Benent+|14| Saint |+14Brigid's Berched's+|14|5| national |7hedgeschool nightschool7| (for |+14I they+|14| seemed to remember how it was still a |s13look before you leap once-upon-a-fours13| year) learning their antemeridianº lesson of life, |14under its tree, f against its warning,14| |4aseated beseatedº4| as they wereº upon the |5brink brinkspondy5|, attracted to the (+14rare rarerust+)14| sight of the first human |4yellowstone4| landmarkº |14(the bear, the boer, the king of all boors, Sirº Humphrey his knave we met on the moors!)14| while they paddled |+14away away,+|14| keeping time |5magnetically5| with their eight and fifty pedalettes, playing foolyfoolº jouay allo misto posto,
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|14|+O so Jaonickallyº,+|14| all barely in their |5typtap5| teens, |5in describing5| a charming |5dactylogram of5| |5nocturne |9nocturne, nocturnesº9|5| |5to though repelled by5| the snores of the log who looked stuck to the sod as ever and oft|5, when liquefied |14|+(vil!)+|14|,º5| he murmoaned |10abasourdly10| in his Dutchener's native, visibly unmoved, over his treasure trove for the crown: Dotter dead bedstead mean diggy smuggy flasky!º

Jaunº (after he had in the first place doffed a hat |5with a reinforced crown5| and bowed to all the others in that chorus of praiseº of goodwill girls |10'on their best beehiviour10'| who |v6allv6| they were |v6girlsv6| all rushing |10'sowarmly10'| for the post |s11as bo buzzy as sie could bies11| |5to read his kisshands5|, kitteringº |v6allv6| |7about about,7| |v6rushingv6| and making a tremendous |v6fuss girlsfussv6| over him |v6pellmale|13(+|sh, their jeune premier,º sh|+)13|v6| and his rosyposy smile, mussing his |5frizzy5| hair and the gollywogº curls of (15him him,15) |5all |14butº that one, |+finndrinny fair Findrina'sº fairest+|,14| |v6donev6| in loveletters5| like a trayful of cloudberry tartlets |13(|shain't they fine, mighty, mighty fineº and honoured?sh|)13| and smilingly smelling|5, pair |aby anda| pair |v6aboutv6|, broad by bread and slender to |aslender |v6slinder slimmerv6|a|,5| the nice perfumios that came (15cunvy15) |+14peeling apeelingº+|14| off him |4(O, nice!) (nice!)4| which was angelic simply, |6savouring |asavoury savouringa|6| of wild thyme and parsley jumbled with breadcrumbs |v6(O, nice!) (O nice!)v6| |10'asinging to his stamen and apetting of his pistilº10'| and feeling his |6fine full6| fat pouch for him |6so tactily6| and jingaling his jellybags,º for |s13|shthoughº he looked a young chapplieº of sixtineº they could frole by his manhood thatsh|s13| he was just the killingest ladykiller |v6allv6| by (15kindness now you, Jaun, kindness,º15) asking kindlily |5|v6(hello, missies!) (hillo, missies!)v6|5| after their |5healths howareyous at all5| with those of their dollybegs|7, andº where's Agatha's lamb? and how are (13'the two Bernadetta's13') columbillasº? (13'and Julienna'sº |shtubberbunniessh|? and Eulalina's
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tuggerfunnies?13')7|)º nextº went |5on |v6on, fine, feeling fit, on (finefeelingfit!)v6|5| to |v6make dropv6| a few stray remarks anent their personal appearances and the contrary tastes displayed in their |5short frockies curt |v6smart frickafrockies and their tight Kitty casques tight kittycasques and their smart frickyfrockiesv6|5|, |5|v6their month being one of the smartest though one of the shortest inv6| |athe |v6ourv6|a| |v6year,v6|5| |5asking |acoya| one after |aanother |bshy |10'sly sloy10'|b| onea| |awere her leggends Irish had she |v6red readv6| |bIrishb| legings |blegengs leggindsb|a| and5| gently reproving one that the ham of her hom could be seen below her hem and |6whispering |9whispring whispering9|6| another |6aside|14|+|err,ºerr| as lavariant|err,ºerr|+|14|6| that the hook of her hum was open a |6little bittock6| at |v6the herv6| back,º to have |6an eye a |9sideye side-eyeº9|6| to that, hom,º andº all of course just to fill up a form out of pure human |v6respect kindnessv6| |10'and in a sprite of fun,10'| forº Jaun|5, by the way,5| was |5byº way of5| becoming (I think, I hope he was) the most purely human being that ever was called man|13, |shloving all up and down the whole creation from Sampson's tyke to Jones'ssh| |shsprat and from the kingº of all Wrenns down to infewseriessh|13|.º

(15º15) Jaun|9, after those few prelimbs,º9| |v6easilyv6| made out |5through his |14horoscope eroscope14|5| the |7features apparition7| of his fond sister Izzy,º for he |6knew knowed6| his love by her waves of splabashing and she |v6knew his love from showed him proof byv6| her way of |4blabushing blubushingº4|, norº could he forget her |v6as easily so |aerased tarnellya| easyv6| as all that since he was brotherbesides her |7|11'bennydick benedict11'|7| godfather as |v6as wellv6| and heaven knows he thought the world and |5all his life5| of her |11'sweet heart11'| |s12could buy |14|+(brao!)+|14|s12|,º |v6poor good true poor, good, true,v6| Jaun|err.!ºerr|
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— Sister dearest, Jaun delivered himself with express |v6cordiality cordiality,v6| |5marked by clearance of diction and general |v6delivery delivery,v6|5| as he began to take leave of |7her his scholasticaº7| at once |v6in the first placev6| so as to gain time with deep affection, we honestly believe you |8sorely soeurlyº8| will miss us the moment we exit yet we feel as a martyr to the |10'discharge dischurch10'| of |10'all10'| duty that it is about time|9, by |11'Great11'| Harry,º9| we would shove off |5to stray5| on our |v6last long long lastv6| journey and not be the load on |v6you yev6|. This is the gross proceeds of your teachings in which we were raised, you, Sisº, that used to write to us the exceeding nice letters |7for presentation7| and |7would7| be telling us |7(15anon anun15)7| (full well do we |7wont to7| recall to mind) thy oldworld tales of homespinning and derringdo |5and dieobscure5| and daddyho, thoseº tales which |7reliteratelyº7| whiskedº |7oftº7| our heart so narrated by thou|10, gesweest,10| to perfection, our pet |5pupil5| of the whole |5family |v6rythmetic rhythmeticv6| class5| and the mainsay of our |6erigenalº6| house,º the time we younkers |5twain5| were |5fairly5| tossing ourselves |5(|v6O Phoebus O'Pollux! O Phoebus! O Pollux!v6|)5| in bed, having
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been laid up with |5Castor's oil on the5| Parrish's syrup (the night we wellº remember) for to share our |5hard5| suite of affections with thee.

|11'I rise, Oº fair (15assemblage. assemblage!15) Andcommincio.11'| Now then |5apropos, |10'after this introit |s12of exordiums12|,10'| my galaxy |v6girl girlsv6|, quiproquo |7of directions to henservants7| I was asking his advice |10'on the strict T.T.10'| from Father Mike|6, |9P.P.,º9| my |10'orational10'| dominican |s13and |shconfessor doctorsh|s13| (15C.C.D.D.15) |9(by (|abuy the buy, |s+14buyd buys+|14| theº birds,a| (13'|shas he yerked me under the ribssh|º13') he s was sayingº |asermon |11'in an offrand way11'| |10'|aand confidencesºa| petween peesº like ourselves in so |aand soºa| many nuncupiscent words10'| about |10'how he had justº been confarreating teat-à-teatº with two viragos intactas andº10'| what an awful life he |10'had led10'|, poorish priced, (13'|shuttering mass for a coppall of |s+chestnuts geldingss+|sh|13') |10'and and how th and whatº a lawful day it was|a, there and then,a| for a consommation with an effusion and how|a, by all the |blares, manies and penates |~many manny~| larries ate pignattiesb|, how|s13, |shhellº in tummiessh|º,s13|a|10'|a| he'd marry me |aflyingºa| |10'any old buckling time10'| asº |asoon quicka| as he'd look at me)9|,º6| and I am giving |9you youth9| now (15again15) |10'in words of style|11', byaway of offertory,º |~his & his andº~|11'|10'| mikeadvice|14|+, an it place the person,+|14| |10'as(13', ereº |shhe retook him to his curesh|,13') |athese thosea| |s+13'words verbss+|13'| he said to me. |s13|shFrom above.sh|s13| |14The most eminent bishop titular of Dubloonik to all |athe hisa| purtybusses in Dellabelliney.º14| Come all ye dimsel damselsº, |~and~| siddle down and |~list to me, (15listle lissle15) all!~| Follow me close! Keep me in view! |s11Study Understeadys11| me saries!10'| |10|s12which Whichs12| is |11'to all practising massoeusesº from a preaching freer and11'| be a gentleman without a duster |11'to a parlour before a parlourmade11'| without a spitch10|.º5| |11'Where the lisieuse |ais it are wea| |a|~& and~| what'sº the first sing to be sunga|? |s13|shIs it rubrics, mandarimus, arifla pasqualinesº or verdidads unread is in itº or the bruiselividsh| (15|shundergonessh| indecoresº15) |shof estreme voyoulence and, for the lover of lithurgy,sh| |14bekant or besant,14| |shwhere's the fate's to be wished for?sh|s13| Several sindays after whatsintime. I'll sack that |asicka| server |aafter the minutea| I bless him. |14That's the mokst I can do for his |+grapsce grapce+|.14| |s13|s+'|shEconomy of movementsh|,
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axe why said.s+'| I've a (+hopesome's+) choice if I chouse of all the |sh(+scents sinkts+) in the colander. Fromsh| |14the common
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for14| (+|shLurkin in our Mintsh| Ignitiousº Purpalume+) |shtosh| |14the proper of14| |shFranciscoº Ultramare, (+eighth last+) of scorchers, third of snows, in terrorgammonsº howdydos.sh|s13| Here she'sº is a belleº, |14that swears that's wares in heaven,14| virginwhite|14, Undetrigesima,º vikissy manonna14|. Doremous!º11'|

(15º15) |14|+Now.+|14| |6during During6| our brief |10'absence apsence10'| |10from this furtive |afeugtiga| season10| adhere to as many as |4possible probable4| of the ten commandments |s13|shtouching purgations and (15indulgences, indulgences15)sh|s13| and in the long run they will prove for your better guidance along your path of right of way.º |10'The same or similar to be kindly observed within the |~dietisets affianced dietcess~| |s11of |s12Gays12| O'Toole and |s12Gloamys12| Gwenn du Lakes11| (13'|sh(Danish spoken!)sh|13') from Manducare Monday up till farrier's siesta in |~China china~| dominos. |aWords taken |s11in triumph(13', |shmy sweet assistancesh|,13')s11| from the |11'|xsufferantx|11'| pen of our greatest |s11jocosuss11| inkerman |s11militant of the reed behind the ears11|.a|10'|

(1515) Never miss |7last |12'a bride's your lostsomewhere12'|7| mass |v6whatever place |7whichever for the couple in7| Mylesv6| you |12'chance butrose12'| to |7worship |12'blindworship brideworship12'|7|. Never |v6eat |12'curse hate12'|v6| |6bad |12'good mere12'|6| pork |12'which is bad for your knife12'| of a |6good |12'bad good12'|6| |v6Friday fridayv6|. Never let a hog of the |13hill howth13| trample underfoot your |v6lily of the valley |13lily of Killarney linen of Killiney13|v6|. Never play |v6ladies' games lady's gamev6| |4on for4| the Lord's |v6sake stakev6|. |5Never lose your heart |aawaya| till you win his diamond back.5| Makeº a strong point of |v6not neverv6| |5kicking up your rumpus |10over the scroll end of sofas10| |ain the Dar Bey Coll |10Cafeteria10|a| by5| |v6singing tootlingv6| risky |5quiproquo apropos5| songs at commercial travellers' smokersº |9for their columbianº nights entertainmentsº9| the like |v6of: White limbs they never stop teasing of White limbs they never stop teasingv6| |10or Minxy was a Manxmaid when Murry woreº a Manº10|. |5And, by the |v6bye |s12by buns12|v6|, is it you goes |10'biting biscuits bisbuiting |~His~| Esaus and Cos10'| and then throws them |v6in back bagv6| in the box?º5| |10'Why,º the tin's nearly empty.10'| |6Thou First,º thou6| shalt not smile.º |v6Twice,º thou shalt not love. Lust, thou shalt not commix idolatry.v6| |13|shHip confinerssh| help compunction.13| Never park your |4best |5only new brief5|4| stays in the men's convenience. |5Never clean your buttoncups with your dirty pair of |s11saucers sasserss11|. Never ask |athe |s11your hiss11|a| first person the where is the |10'where's10'| |10'the your10'| quickest |10'way cut10'| to our last plac place.5| |10'Never let the promising hand usemake free of your |~oncemade oncemaid~| sacral. |aThe soft side of the axe!a|10'| |13|shA coil of cord, a colleen coy, a blush on a bush turned first man's laughter into wailful moither. O foolish cuppled! Ah, dice's error!sh|13| |s11Never dip in the ern while you've browsers on your suite.s11| |5|xNever slip the silver key through your gate of golden age.ºx|5| (13'|shCollide with mansh|, collude with money.13') |10Ere you sail foreget my prize.10| |s13|shWhenº you truss be circumspiciousº and all ways lookº before you leak, dears.sh|s13| |5|xNever christen Medard |amedlard |v6Medlard medlardºv6|a| apples |v6when a Swithin till a swithinv6| is in sight.ºx|5| |10'Wet your thistle where a weed is and you'll rue it,º despyneediesº.10'| Especially beware,º
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,º of being |v6atv6| a party to any demoralisingº home life. That saps a chap.º |10'Keep |acoola| faith in the firm,º have warm hoep in the house and begin |~from home frem athome~| to be chary of charity.10'| (13'|s+Where it is nobler in the main to supperº than the boys and errors of outrager's virtue.s+| |shGive back those
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stolen kissessh|; restaure those allcotten glooves.13') Recollect |5in the first place5| the |10perils yella perals10| that |s13|shall too oftensh|s13| beset green |10girls gerils10||9, Rhidarhoda and Daradora,9| once they get hobbyhorsical|5, playingº breeches parts |10for Bessy Sudlow10| in |9fleshcoloured9| pantos |ainstead of |10'|~blank earthing~| down in the coalhole10'| trying to boil the |10|s11old gun'ss11|10| |10'big Gunne'sº10'| dinnera|5|. |10Leg-before-Wicked lugged-b lags-behind-Wall |ahere wherea| here Mr Whicker whacked a great fall. Femorafamilla feeled it a candleliked but Hayes, Conyngham and |+14Robinson Erobinson+|14| sware it's an egg. Forglim mick aye! Stay, forestand and tillgive it!º10| |9Remember the biter's bitters Iº |acried sheda| the |s13hour |shvigilsh|s13| I buried our Harlotte |10K. |aQuay Quaiºa|10| from poor Mrs |10Mangan's Mangain's10| of Britain (15court Court15) |11'on the feast of Marie Maudlin11'|.9| |s13|shAh,º who would wipe her weeper dry and lead her to the haltarº?sh|s13| |10'|aSold in her |bhayday heydayb|, laid in the straw, |bsold boughtb| for one puny petunia.a| Moral:º if you can't point a lily get to henna out of here!º10'| Put your |v6best swellv6| foot |5foremost |s12downmost foremosts12|5| onº |6lowdown |11'lowcut foulardy pneumonia11'|6| |v6shirtwaists |s12shortwaists shertwaists,s12|v6| |11'|~irreconcilible irriconcilible~| with true fiminin |~riservition risirvition~|,º11'| and ribbons of lace,º limenick's disgrace. (15Sure Sure,15) what is it |v6all on the wholev6| but only holes |v6tied |atunreaded tieda|v6| |5together. |v6together? |7together. together |9and |athe merestºa| transparent washingtones to make |10'Languid Lola's10'| lingery longer9|?7|v6|5| |s13|shScenta Clauthes but stiffstuffs your hose and |s+'heatsies heartsiess+'| full of temptiness.sh| |s+'Vanity flee and Verity fear!s+'|s13| |14|+Diobell!+|14| Whalebones and buskbutts may hurt you (13'(thwackaway thwuck!)13') but never lay bare your |5heart breast secret5| (13'(dickette's place!)13') to |5the first |v6jog joyv6|5| (13'a13') Jonas in the |v6tramcar Dolphin's |aBarn car Barncara|v6| (13'with your meetual fan,º Doveyed Covetfilles,º sighing comepulsing paynattention spasms between the averthisment for Ulikah's wine and |sha pair of pulldoonsº of the old cupiosity shapesh|13'). |11'|aThere you'll fix your eyes darkled on the autocart of the |bbring bringfastb| cable but here till you'reº martimorphysed |s12just pleases12| sit still face to face.a| For if the shorth of your skorth falls down to his knees pray how wrong will he look till he rises? |aNot before Gravesend is commuted.a|11'| |5|v6Then |s12And Buts12| nowv6| |9comes reappears9| the |aartist algy |11'Artist Autist11'| Algy, the |6beauty man pulcherman6| |13|s+'and |shwould-do performersh|s+'|13|,a| |s13|sh(15oleas oleas15) Mrº Smuth,sh|s13| |9stated (13'by the |shvice crusaderssh|13') to be well
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known |s13to all the |shdallytauntiessh|s13| in |10and near10| the |acity ciudada| of Buellas Arias,9| |10'taking you to the |aplayhouse playguehousea| to see the |aunread Smirchingsºa| of |~Venus and Venus,º~|10'| |10introducing you(13', |shleftº to right the party comprises,ºsh|13') to |s12Hogarth hogarthss12| andº10| asking |v6|10you (13'|shwith (15wispered whispered15) offerssh|13') in a very low |11'bearded11'| voice|11', withº a nice little |13tiny13| manner and in a very nice little |13|shtonysh|13| way,º11'|10|v6| won't you |11'be an artist's moral |~& and~|11'| pose in |v6the yourv6| |6nude nudies6| |9as a local esthetic9| |6for before6| |a|bvaluable |v6voluable volublev6|b|a| old |10masters. mastersº |13'|s+likes+|13'| Bottisillyº and Titteretto and Vergognese and |13Coraggio! Coraggio,º (+|shwith their extrahand Mazzaccio,º sh|+) |shplus the usual bilker's dozen of dowdycameramensh|º.13|10| |10'And the |~valses of Lewd Boylan volses of lewd Buylan,º for innocence~|!10'| |11'|s12and Ands12| the phyllisophies of |aBussupa| Bulkeley.11'| |13|a|shO, the frecklessnessº of the giddies nouveau tays!sh|ºa| |shThere's many's the icepolled globetapperº is haunted by the hottest spot under his equatorsh| |shlike Ramrod, the |s+'mighty meatys+'| hunter, always jaeger for a thrustsh|.13| (13'|shThe back beautifulsh|, the undraped |shdivinesh|!º13') |14And Suzy's Moedl's with their Blue Danuboyes!14| All blah! (13'|shViper's
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vapid vilest!sh|13') |10'Put off the old man at the very font and get |arighta| on with the |12young nuttyº12| |s11fellow sparkers11| round the back.10'| |s13|shSlip your oval out of touch and let the |s+'churchdoor paraviss+'| be your goal.sh|s13| (13'Up leather, Prunella, |shconvert your trysh|!13') |aPut Sticka| wicks in your |v6ears earshellsv6| when you hear the prompter's voice. |aLook on |ba |v6the av6|b| boa in |bits hisb| beauty and you'll nevermoreº wear |byourb| strawberry leaves.a|5| |10'Rely on the relic.10'| |9What bondman ever you bind on earth I'll be bound 'twasº combined in hemel.9| |10Keep airly hores and the worm is yores. |s13|shDress the pussysh| for her nighty and follow |~the her~| piggytails up the their way to Winkyland. |14See little poupeep,º she's firsht ashleep.14| |s+'|shAfter having sat your poetries and you know what happens when chine throws over jupan.sh|s+'|s13| Go Go to doss with the poulterer|s13, |shyou understand,sh|s13| and shake up with the milkman milchmand.10| The Scully Sully |9van9| vultures are on the prowl. |9And the halies hailies fingring mariesº.9| |11'Tobacco'sº tabu and toboggan's a backseatº.11'| |10'Secret satieties and onanymous letters make the great unwatched as bad as their betters.10'| Don't on any account acquire a pauch paunchon for |11'the that |aall too common alltoocommona|11'| |s13fagend |shfagbuttsh|s13| habit of |11'frequenting and11'| chumming together |9with the |s+13'pairs bracess+|13'| of couples9| in |5Mr Tunnelly's5| |s+13'halldoorways hallwayss+|13'| |11'|s13|sh(smash it)sh|s13|, wrigglingº with lowcusses |~& and~| cockchafers |~& and~| & vamps |~& and~| rodants,11'| |5|9with inº9| the end to commit acts of
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interstipital indecency |aas between twinetiesº |v6& andv6| tapegarters(13', |shfingerpatssh| on fondlepets,13')a|5| under the |v6curfew |s13coverfew couvrefeus13|v6| act.º |s13It's the thin end,º wedge your steps|err.!ºerr| |shYour highpoweredº hefty hoyden thinks nothing of vampingº through a whole suite of smokeless husbands.sh|s13| |9Three minutes,º I'm counting you!º Woooooon!º9| |11'No |s12blank trichings12| now!11'| |10'Give me that when I tell you!10'| |s13|shRagazza ladra!sh|s13| |5And is that any place to be smuggling |v6your hisv6| |10'madam's10'| apples |ain upa|? (13'|shDeceitful jade.sh|13') |10'Gee wedge!10'| |7Begor,7| |aI like the way they're half cooked.ºa|5| |5|10'Don't encourage |aFlay Hold, flay, grill, firea|10'| that laney feeling for |9kissing K kosenkissing9| |10dysgenicallyº10| within the proscribed |v6limit limitsv6| |xlike Population Peg |12on a |+14hinter too hint or twinº+|14|12| (13'|shclandestinelysh|13') |6& does be doing to6| Temptation Tomx|.º5| |10|aAtsk Atkingsº questions in barely and snakking |s+13'smuth svarewordss+|13'| like a |s12nursemaid nursemagds12|.a| |aWhile there's |errmen-o'-war men-a'-warºerr| on the say there'll |s12bes12| loves-o'-womenº on the do.a| Love |13|shthrough the usual channelssh|13|, cisternbrothelly, if when properly disinfected |aand taken neatº |xin the generable wayx| upon retiring to roost |11'in the company of a husband-in-law or other respectable relative of an apposite sex11'|a|,º |s13|s+'not |shlove that leads by the nosesh| as |shI foresmelltsh| buts+'| |shcanalised love, you understand,sh|s13| does a felon good, suspiciously if if he has a slugger's liver. Butº10| |5Raw |aI cannot |9repeat enough belabour the point too ardently9| |10'(and |s11after the lessions of |sainspiration experiencesa|s11| I speak from inspiration)10'| thata| |v6Fetid fetidv6|5| spirits is the thief of |5time. |6purities |+14prurities prurities,+|14|6|5| |5so none of your |atwenty roda| |v6cherry whisks! |11'cherrywhisks cherrywhisks, me daughter,º11'| |10'atº the Cat and |s13Rabbit Coneyº or |shthe Spotted Dogsh|ºs13|10'|.v6| |10'When the night'sº in May the and the moon shines |~Might. might.º~|10'| |11'And at 2 bisº |~Lot Street Lot's Road~|.11'| |11'|aWhen parties get tight |btogether for each otherb| they lose all respect |btogetherb|.a| By the stench of her fizzle |~and~| the |s12glibth glibs12| of her gab know the drunken draggletail Dublin drab. |aYou'll pay for each bally sorraday
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.ºa|11'| |10|aYou Wea| won't |ago to meeth ina| Navan till you try to give the Kellsfireclubº the goby. Hill or hollow, Hull or Hague!10| |aAnd beware how you dare |bafter wines |v6ofv6| |cthet wet cocktailsc|b| in Kildare or the |10'night same10'| may |v6be seev6| your wedding |v6coming drivingv6| home from |6the your6| wake.a|5| |s13|shMaids Mades of ashens when you flirt spoil the lad but spare his shirt|err.!ºerr| Lay your lilylike long his shoulder but buck back if he buttsº bolder and just hep your homely hop and heed no horning. Butº if you've got some brainy notion to raise cancan and rouse commotion I'll be apt to flail that tail for you till it's
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borning.sh| Let the lore |sa|shyouºsa| ladleliked at the lycº unreaded girde your gastricks in the gymsh|.s13| Nor must you omit to |v6put screwv6| the lid firmly on that jazz jiggery|11'|x, kick starts, bumping racesº on the flat and point to cointº over obstaclesx|11'|. |10'Ridewheeling |atoo that acclivisciouslya| up the Alps |s11windys11| Rutland Rise |abefore and |binciting insightingb| rebellious |s11winds northerss11| inºa| the saunter of the city of |+14Dunlop Dunlob+|14|. Then breretonbiking on the free with your airs of go-be-dee |~& and~| your heels upon the handlebars.10'| |14|+Berrboellº brazenness!+|14| |s13No, |shbefore your corselage rib is decartilagedsh|, that is, to mean,º |shif you have visceral ptosissh|º, my point is,º making allowances for the factsº of |shyour weak abdominal wall and your liver asprawlsh|º, |14gingin, gingin, vinvin, vinvin,14| ors13| |s13Should shoulds13| you feel|s13, |shin shortssh|,s13| as though you needed healthy |v6physical physickingv6| (13'exercise |shexorcisesh|º13') to |5flush your kidneys|10', you understand,10'| and5| move |10your bowels |s13the that twelffinger twelfingerºs13| bowel |s13|shand threadworm inhibitating itsh|s13|10|, lassy, |11'and perspire freely,º11'| why,º (13'lict your lector in the lobby andº13') out you go (13'by the ostiary13') |10'on (13'to13') the dirt trackº10'| and skip|err.!ºerr| |9|~Keep slim and you'll win my dancing belt.~|9| (13'Be |sha sportivesh|.13') |11'Deal with Nature,º the great greengrocer,º and pay regular byº the monthlies.11'| |10'Your |aPunt's |s11punt's Punt'ss11|a| |s11perfume's Perfume'ss11| only in the hatpinny shop beside the reek of the rawney.º10'| |5It's more important than air — I mean than |s13food eatss13| — air |s13(oopº, |shI never open |samy mouth momouthsa| but I pack mefood in itsh|)s13| |10andº promotes that natural emotion10|.5| |s13|shStamp out bad eggs.sh| |shWhy so many puddings prove disappointingsh||sa, |shasº Dietician sayssh| |s+'inº Creature Comforts Causeriess+'|,sa| |shand why so much soup is (14so14) muck slopsh|. If we could fatten on the elizabeetons we wouldn't have teeth like the hippotamians hippopotamians.s13| |14|+However.+|14| Likewise |5have your if I were in your |7unvelopeº7| shirt I'd keep my5| weathereye |5|v6half wellv6|5| |5cocked5| open for |5your5| furnished lodgers paying for their feed on tally with company and piano |5tunes, tunes.º5| |13|shonly Only stuprifying yourself!sh|13| |5the The5| too friendly friend sort|s13,º |shMazourikanoff Mazourikawitch or some other sukinsin of a vitchsh|,ºs13| |11'whoº |~is common he's kommen~|11'| |9from |12old olt12| Pannonia9| |11'who |afor ona| this |13purpose porpoise13| |14whom sue stooderin about the maul and femurl artickles14| and |s12whos12|11'| |10mix himself so at home |11'with mid11'| the |11'music musik11'| and10| |5|10paws spanks spanks10| the ivory so lovely|7, Mistroº Melosiosus MacShine MacShane,º7|5| |s13oleas Mr Smuth,s13| may soon prove your undoing |7and bane7| through the succeeding years |7of rain7| should you, whilst Jaun is from home, get used to |v6sitting baskingv6| in his loverslowlap(13', |s+|shinordinately cladsh|,s+| |shmoustacheteasingsh|,13')
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|5when |12'closeted closeheadedº12'| together5| |11'behind locked doors, kissing steadilyº11'| (|14malbongusta,14| it's not the thing,º you |errknow know!err|) with the |9calfloving9| (15selfseeker selfseeker,15)
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|5under the influence of woman,º5| |11'inching |~towards up to~| |s12you and you,s12|11'| |10'disarranging your modesties and10'| fumbling |5with his forte paws5| in your bodice after your billydoosº |6twain twy6| as a first go-offº (take care, would you |5stray5| |6and split on me6|!) and going on doing his idiot every time you gave him his chance |5to |9get thick and9| play |v6piggywiggly pigglywigglyºv6|,5| |11'making much of you,11'| bilgetalking |11'like a ditherer|14|+, gougouzoug,º+|14|11'| about your glad neck |5and the round globe and the white milk and the red |v6raspberry raspberriesv6|5| |5(O horrifier!)5| and prying down |5|v6further furthermorev6| |ato chance his lucky arma|5| with his pregnant questions |v6into up tov6| ourº past lives. (13'|shWhat has that caught to sing with him?sh|º13') |s13|shThe next fling you'll be squittingº on the Tubber Nakel, pouring pitchers to the well for old Gloatsdane's glorification and the postequitiesº of the Black Watch, peeping private from the Bush and Rangers.sh| |s+'|shAnd our local busybody,sh| (15|shtalker, go, bragk.sh| |shtalker-go-bragk?º sh|15)s+'| |sa|shWorse again! |sbOut of |s+'Of Off ofs+'|sb| that praying fan on toº them priars!sh|sa|s13| It would be a |5terrible whorable5| state of affairs altogether |5|10'for |atheº red columnistsº |s13|shof (15press-written presswritten15) epicssh|s13|,a| Peterº Paragraph and Paulus Puff |13(I'm keepsoaking them |shto cover my concertssh|)13|,º to get |~hold ahold~| of10'| |11'for their balloons11'| |s11and shoot you |12private12| by surprises11|, consideringº the marriage slump that's on |10this oil age10| |aand |11'fleas pulexes11'| |v63/- three shillingsv6| a pint |s11and wives at six and sevens11| |12when domestic calamities belame par and |+14newlaid newlaids+|14| bellow mar12| |14|+for the twenty two |athousandth toosenta| timeº thwealthy took thousands+|14| in the slack march of civilisation,ºa|5| |11'|a|~infidel's laid on pagan greasa~|a| |~and domestic calamities once and a half per annum~|11'| were you|10', becoming guilty of |14|+, morzed lesmended, unleckylike+|14| intoxication,º10'| to have |5and to hold, to pig |v6it andv6| to pay,º5| direct connectionº|err,err| |11'qua intervener|err,º16|11'| |5with a prominent |11'married11'| member of the |avice vicereekinga| squad5| and|err,ºerr| in consequence |10'of the afore hereinunderº subpenas|err,º16|10'| be flummoxed |5to the second degree5| by becoming a |10'detestificated10'| companykeeper on the dammymonde |5of Lucalamplight5|. |11'Anything but that!, for the fear |~& and~| love of gold!11'| Once and for (15all all,15) I'll have no college |v6swankers swankiesv6| (you seeº |5I am well voiced in love's arsenal (13'and all |shits overturessh| |s+from collion boys to colleen bawns,ºs+|13') and so so5| I have |5every5| reason to know |10'all those that rogues' gallery |~of~|10'| |4nightwalkers nightbirds |5and bitchfanciers5|4|, |10'lucky duffs and light lindsays, haughty hamiltons and gay gordons,10'| dosed|10', doctored10'|
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and otherwise, |9messing around skirts9| and what their |v6fickle ficklingv6| intentions look like, you make up your mind to that) trespassing on your danger zone in the |9danger dancer9| years. |5If ever I catch you |v6at itv6|, mind, it's you that will |6catch |11'ketch |~cocotte cocottch~|11'|6| |v6it hot. it!v6| |s13|sa|shI'll tackle you to feel if you have a few devils in you.sh|sa| |shHoly gunsh|,s13| I'll give it to |v6you. you, hot, |astrong higha| and heavy|11', beforeº you can say sedro11'|!ºv6| |aAnd Ora| may the maledictions of Lousyfear fall like nettlerash on the white friar's father that converted from |v6drink moonshinev6| the fostermother of the first |v6Nancyfree nancyfreeºv6| that |v6went ranv6| off after the trumpadour that mangled Moore's melodies and so |v6turned upturnedv6| the tubshead of the |6daft stardaft6| |v6journal writer journalwriterv6| to inspire the prime finisher to |6fell fellhim6| the firtree out of which Cooper |v6Cassidy Funnymorev6| planed the flat of the beerbarrel on which my |agrandparents' grandydad'sa| |aeldest lustiesta| sat |ahis
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seat of |bwisdom unwisdomb|a| with my |10'aunt's tante's10'| |a|byoung |v6pettied pettedv6|b|a| sister for |aa joygirl! the cause of his |v6joy. joy!v6|a|5| |12Amineº.12|

|6Poof! There's puff for ye|7', begorraº|10, |13|shand planxty of itsh|,13| all abound me breadth10|7'|! |14Glor galore and glory be!14| |10As broad as its lung and as long as a line!10| |14The valiantine vaux of Venerable Val Vousdem. If my jaws must brass away like the due drops on my |+lay lay.+|14| |13|shAnd the topnoted delivery you'd expected be me invoice!sh|13| |14Theo Dunnohoo's warning from Daddy O'Dowd.14| Whoo?6| |14|+What I'm wondering to myselfwhose for there's a strong tendency|err,ºerr| to put it mildly|err,ºerr| by making me the medium. I feel spirts of itchery outching out from all over me and only for the sludgehummer's force in my hand to hold them the darkens alone knows what'll who'll be saying of next. However.+|14| |5Now(13', |shbefore my upperotic rogistersh|,13') something nice.º |14|+Now?+|14| Dear sister|14|+,+|14| inº perfect |alove |v6love, we address you. |12law leave12|v6|a| |aagain |v6Again againv6|a| I say |v6be of blankv6|5| |v6Take takev6| a |v6brotherly brokerlyv6| advice (13'and |shkeep it to yourselfsh|13') that we,º Jaun, first of our name,º |5freely here now5| make all |v6recipients receptaclesv6| of|5, freeº of price5|. |v6Izzy Easyv6|, my dear, if they tingle you either say |4no or say nothing nothing or |5no nod5|4|. (13'|shNo cheekacheek and with chipperchapperº, you and your last mashboy and the padre in the pulpbox enumerating you his nostrums.sh|13') |10'Be vacillant over those vigilant who would |alead leavea| you to |~believe belave~| black on white. |13'|s+|saGo Closesa| in for |shpsychical (++exorcise hijinksº++)sh| |saas wellsa| but fight shy of mugpunters.s+|13'| |14I'd burn the books that grieve you and light an allassundrian bompyre that would suffragate (15Tome Plyfire or15) Zolfanerole.14| |11'Perousse instate your Weaklyº Standerd, |athat oura| |~virile verile~| organ that is |aread (15red |sxethelredsx|15)a| (15allover |sxby all
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pressdomsx|15).11'| Apply your |~mind five wits~| to the four |~verylatest verilatest~|.10'| |14The Arsdiken's An Traitey on Miracula orº Viewed to Death by a Priest Hunter is still first in the field despite the castle bar.º William Archer's a rompan good cathalogue and he'll give you a riser on the route to our nazional labrouryº.14| |s13|shSkim |s+'through the over |+14Through Through+|14|s+'| |+14Hell with the Papes Hell with the Papes+|14|sh| (15(mostly boys)15) by |shthe divine comic (14Dainty Denti14) Alligatorsh| |s+'(expoarging (15exspoarging exsponging15) your |shindexsh|)s+'|s13| (13'and find a quip in a quire arisus aream |shfrom bastardtitle to fatherjohnsonsh|.13') Swear |10'aloud10'| by pious fiction |5the like of |aLenten |7Lentil Lentil7|a| |v6Laws |7Lore Lore7|v6| by Carnival Cullen5| (15|sxor |sathatsa| Percy Wynns of our |saFather S. J.sa| Finn'ssx|15) |6or |7Pease Peaseº7| |7in Plenty in Plenty7| by the |11'Cury Curer11'| of Wars|11', |athe |s12twos12| best sells on the market (15this luckiest year15),a| set up by Gill the father, put out by Gill the son and circulating disimally at Gillydehooly's cost,º11'|6| |9|alicenced |bcensered and licensed licensed and censeredb|a| by (13'|shour most picturesque (15prelates prelates,15)sh|13') Their Graces of Linzen and Petitbois|10', |14|+bishops of theº Hibernites,+|14| licet ut |aLebanon |~Lebanus lebanus~|a|,10'| for expansion on the promises9|.º |11'|aGet Strike upa| a nodding acquaintance |14|+for our doctrine+|14| with the works of old Mrs Trot, senior, and |aMr Manoela| Canter, junior, and Loper de |s12Fegas Figass12|, nates maximum.11'| |14I used to follow Mary Liddlelambe's flitsy tales, espicially with the scentaminted sauce.14| |10'Sifted science will do your arts good. Egg laid Laid by Former Cock and With Flageolettesº in |s11Saint Sends11| Fanciesland.10'| (15Chiefly girls.15) |v6Dip Tripv6| |10'over sacramental tea10'| into the |7long7| lives of |4the our4| saintsº |10'and |~sacerdotes saucerdotes|11', with vignettes,º11'|~|10'| |7in cut short
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7| |5fortnightly instructual5| |5instalments primers5| |10by those in authority10| for the |v6betterment |abettermint bitterminta|v6| of your |v6mind soughtsv6|. |12Forgetº not the palsied. Light a match for poor old Contrabally and send some balmoil for the schizmatics.12| |s13|shA hemd in need is aye a friendly deed.sh|s13| Remember, maid, thou |10art but mustº art10| powder |4|10and but10| |v6cinderella Cinderellav6| thou |10shalt dustº10| return4|.º |11'(Whatº are you |apulling rubbingºa| her sleeve for,º Ruby? And pull in your tongue, Polly!)º11'| |5|aCopy Coga| that out of your teen times, everyone!º5| |s13|shThe lad who brooks no breaches lifts the lass that |asports |s+tights toffss+|a| a tailor.sh|s13| |10'How dare |ayea| be laughing out of your mouthshine at the lack of that?10'| Keep cool your |v6best freshv6| |5preserved5| chastity |5which is far, farº better|7, farº7|5|. |v6Rather Soonerv6| than part with that vestalite emerald of the first importance |9to, descended to me |aby fara| from9| our |9family family,º9| which you treasure up so |v6much closelyv6| in the sanctuaryº where your netherº extremes meet, nay, |14|+morzedº lesmended,+|14| rather let the whole ekumene universe |5belong to merry |ahell Hala| and5| |4perish do whatever |5it his Mary well5|
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likes4|. |s13|shWhen the gong goes |saforsa| hornets-two hornets-to-nestº marriage step into your harnessº and strip off that nullity suit.sh| Faminy, hold back!s13| (13'For the race is to the rashest of, the (15rumping, ramping romping, jomping15) rushes of. |shHaul Seton's down, blackº, green and grey, and hoist Mikealy'sº whey and sawdust.sh| What's |shoverdressed if underclothedsh|? |shPoposhtsh| |shforstake me knot where there's white lets ope.sh| Whisht! |shBlesht she that walked with good (14Duke |+Took Jook+|14) Humpreysh|º for he made her happytight. Go!13') |10'You can |s13take downs13| all the |s13lard drippings13| you |s11like |s13care for can dumple to|a, andº |shbuffkid scousesh| too ad libidinum,ºa|s13|s11| |ain these lassitudesa| if you've parents and things to look after.10'| |14That was what stuck to the Comtesse Cantilene while she was sticking out Mavis Toffeelips to feed her soprannated huspals |aandº it is henceforth associated with her namesa|. |aLa Dreeping! Die Droopink!a| The inimitable in puresuet of the inevitable!14| |5There's nothing to touch it|10', we are |~taught taucht~|,º10'| |abut unless |7you'd she'd7| care for aa| |v6hot |7mouthful mouthpull7| ofv6| white pudding|7, forº the wish is on her rose marine and theº lunchlight in her eye7|.º5| (13'Soº when you |s+pat pets+| the rollingpin write my |shname on the piesh|.13') Guard that gem, |4Sissy,4| rich and rare|v6, ses hev6|. In this cold |9world old worold9| who'll |v6find feelv6| it?º |v6Hum!v6| The jewel they're you're all so cracked about there's |v6very |10'funking flitty10'|v6| few of them gets it,º for there's nothing now but the sable stoles and a runabout to |v6catch matchv6| it. Sing him a ring.º Touch me low. And I'll |v6love lechv6| |4you, O |v6you yev6| SO so4|, my |v6so and so soandsov6|. |5Show and show. Show on show. |v6Show Shev6|. Shoe. Shone.5|

Divulge, |v6suddenly sjuddenlyv6| jouted out hardworking Jaun, |s13(+|shkicking the console to his double andsh|+) |shbraying aloud like Braa Brahaam'ssh| |sa|shasssh| |~|shasssh|, as ass, and,º as~| his |sh|sbvox voixesb| |s+human humanerºs+| swelled to great,sh|sa| |~and~|s13| clenching his manlies|10', so highly strong was he,10'| |s11man,s11| and |10'gradually10'| quite warming to her |14|+(thereº must have been a power of kinantics in that buel of gruel he gobed at bedgo)+|14|,º (+12divulge divorce+)12| |v6to me untoº me |10'I pray and say10'|v6| the curname |v6and address in undressv6| (13'|sh(if you get into trouble with a party you are not likely to forget his appearance either)sh|13') of any lapwhelp |10'or sleevemongrel10'| who |v6speaks talksv6| to you upon the road where he |v6took |9tuk tuck9|v6| you to be a roller, O, and |s13(theº goattanned
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saxopeeler upshotdown |shchigs peekº of himsh|!)ºs13| volunteers to trifle with your roundlings |11'for |s12proffered profferreds12| glass |~& and~| dough(13', |shthe marrying hand that his leisure repents ofsh|,13')11'| without |v6producing taking outv6| his proper password
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from the |6eligible6| |10'minister ministriss10'| for |v6strangersv6| affairs |v6with the |ablacka| |9stranger foreigner fremdling, that enemayº of our country,9|v6| in a cleanlooking |v6way lightv6| and (Iº don't care a |9god |agothamn |s13gothamms13|a| tongser's9| tammany hang who the mucky is |10'nor |s12two twoos12| hoots in |~a the~| corner nor three shouts on a hill10'|,º wereº he even a |9constantineapolitanº9| |9namesake namesuch9| of my |v6veryv6| |s13own own,º |shAlltaboyº Knowlingsh|,ºs13| |5and |v6very like |9uncommonly like like enoch to9|v6| |v6me myv6| |a|v6ancestor, |9ancestor townmajor ancestors, |14|+the two that are taking out their divorces in the |aGhoststown circuis (15Ghostcourts circuis Spooksbury courts circuits15)a|,+|14| Rear Rere Uncle Remus, the Baas of Eboracum,º |s10ands10|9|v6| Old Father |9Ulissabon9| |v6Knickerbocker, Knickerbocker|9, the |alankey lankya| |asir Sireºa| of Wolverhampton,9|v6|a| |ain the face about their |9faces |s12bristolings bristelingss12|9|a|5|) asº |9true as there's a soke for sakes in |aPeterborough Twoways Petersboroughºa| and9| sure as |v6back homev6| we come |9to newsky prospecktº9| from |v6east the waves west the wavev6| on schedule time |s13|sh(if I came any quicker I'll be right back before I left)sh|s13| from the land of breach of promise,º with |s13|shBrendan's mantle whitening the Kerribrasilian sea andsh|s13| |5the gravel March's pebbles5| spinning from beneath our |5feet footslips5|,º (13'|shto carry fire and |+14sword sword,+|14|sh|13') rest |6assured insured6| that as we value the very name |5of sister Insisterº5| that as soon as we do |5possibly5| it will be |5worse a poor lookout5| for |5him that insister5|. |5He's a |s12market markts12| man |v6from that hourv6|.5| And why do we say that|v6, you may query mev6|? |12(+Quary?+)12| |11'Guess!11'| |13(+|shCall'st thou?sh|+)13| |9|13Wrong! |a|shThink and think and |bthink! think,b|sh| |bI urge on you.b|a| Muffed! |shThe wrong porridge!sh|º13| |s13|shYou are an ignoratis!sh|s13|9| Because then |5probably5| we'll |v6damn dumb wellv6| soon show him what the Shaun way is like how we'll |5break go a long way towards breaking5| his |5outsider's5| face for him for making up to you |13with his bringthee |shbalm of Gayladsh| and his singthee songs of Arupeeº13| |5|s13and getting andº chanceryingºs13| my ward's head |v6into his |s13under his |shintosh|s13|v6| |s13chancery |shsanctuarysh|s13|5| |4without before4| feeling |9with9| |5the his her |aour |6her his6|a|5| |5measurements two dimensionsº5| |5of |v6on |9with for9|v6|5| your nuptial |9finger dito9|. |9Ohibow, if I was Blonderboss I'd gooandfrighthisdualman!9| |v6No Nowv6|, we'll tell you what we'll do |10'to be sicker10'| instead |5of compensation5|. We'll |s13he'lls13| burst |s13ours13| his |5mouth: mouth like Leary to the |6Leinsterman: Leinsterface |11'and reduce |s13his |shhe'll we'll ournhisnsh|s13| liniments to a |~pulp poolp~|11'|.6|5| |13(+|shOpen the door softly, somebody wants you, dear|err.!ºerr|sh|+)13| |9You'll hear him calling you, bump, |alike a |10'blitz blizz10'|,a| in the muezzin of the |aturkesta| night.9| |s13|shCome on now, pillarbox! I'll stiffen your |sastyle scribeallsa|, brokenº reed!sh|s13| |v6that'll That'llv6| be it|5,º |s13|shgrand operoarsh| style,s13| even should I|s13, |shwith my sleuts of hogpew and cheekas,sh|s13| have to |9comb coomb9| |v6thev6| |9half brash9| |v6ofv6| the |9Coombe libs9| |v6and roundv6| |s10Patrick's close Close Saint Patrices10| to lay my louseboob on his
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|6blank behaitch6| like Tossº5|. |13(+|shWe are all eyes.sh|+)13| |5I have his |10'quoram of10'| images all |v6in onv6| my |6eye retinue6|, Mohomadhawn Mike.5| |9Brass up!º9| Moreover,º afterº that|err,ºerr| bad |5luck manners5| to meº if I don't think strongly about giving |7him the brotherkeeper7| into custody to the first |s12policewoman police bubbyºs12| |10(13'cunstable cunstabless of Dora's Diehards13')10| |5in the field5| I might chance to |v6meet or |10follow follopon10|. (15Or Or,º15)v6| for that matter(13', |shfor your informationsh|,13') if I get the windº up |5what do you bet5| (13'in the |shbuckets of my wrathsh|13') I |5might mightn't5| even take it into my |s13head |sh(15progromme progromme,15)sh| |a|shas sweet course(15,15)a|sh|s13| to (13'|shdo a rash act and pitch
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andsh|13') swing for |5him |v6the yourv6| perfect stranger5| |9in the meadow of heppiness9| and then wipe the street up with |7him. |9him theº clonmellian9| |11'|~before I bring, pending my bringing~| proceedings (13'verses the |shjoyboysh|13') before a |abench buncha| of magistrafes |~& 12 and twelve~| good |~& and~| gleeful men11'|?º7| |9Take warning!º9| (13'|shFilius nulliussh|º |s+per fas et nefas.ºs+|13') It should prove more or less of an event |s13|shand show the widest federal in my capsh|ºs13|. |10'He'll have pansements then for his |s11pensamiento! pensamientos(13', |shhowling for peacesh|13').s11|10'| |13'|s+|shPretty knockssh|, I promise him|14, withº plenty burkes for his shins14|.s+|13'| |11'|~Dumlim will hum. Dumnlimn wimn humn.~|11'| In |v6that whichv6| case |v6I won't I'll notv6| be complete in fighting lust until I |5contrive to5| half kill |5him your Charley you're my darling5| |v6for youv6| |9and send him to |s11Homes11| Surgeon Hume|10', the algebrist,10'|9| before his |v6appointedv6| |+14time time,+|14| |v6especially particularlyv6| should he turn out to be a man |5in brown5| about town|14|+, Rollo the Gunger,º wants a flurewaltzer to Arnolff's,+|14| (13'|shpicking up ideassh|,13') of |13'|s+|shwell over orsh|s+|13'| about |5forty fiftysix5| or |v6so so,v6| |11'pithecoid proportions,11'| |9with |s12perhaps perhopss12| five |s12feet foots12| eight,9| |5the usual X Y Z |v6typev6|, |9|10'R.C. strict T.T. R.C.,º Toc H10'|, nothing but claret,º9| |11'not in the studbook by a long |~way stretchº~|,11'| with a toothbrush moustache |10'and jaw |acrockery crockeries,ºa| (15alias alias15) grinner through collar,º10'| |aand of course no beard,ºa| |ameat and |s12mustard colmanss12| suit, |s13|s+'with |shtar's baggy slackssh|ºs+'| |shobviously too roomy for himsh| |s+'and |shspringside bootssh|s+'|,s13| washing tie, |v6sings topicals,v6| |14|+Father Mathew's bridge pin,+|14| sipping some |v6bass |9beer Wheatley's9| |14|+at Rhoss's+|14| on a barstool |14|+withº some pubpal of the Olaf Stout kidney+|14|v6|, |9always trying to |+14buy poorchase+|14| movables by |s12monthlies |errhebomedaries hebdomedaries16|s12| for to |s12put putts12| in a new house to loot,9| cigarette in his |v6holder holder,v6| with a good job |v6and pensionv6| in |v6Guinness's Buinness'sv6|, |14|+what about our trip to Normandy style ofº conversation, with an occasional they say that |afilmacoulor showing filmacoulored featureda| at the Mothrapurl skrene |aabout Mo Michan and his lost angeleensa| is corkyshows do moorvaloosº,+|14| |v6blue blueygreenv6| eyes a bit scummy|11', developingº a series of
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angry boils with certain references to the Deity, seeking relief in alcohol11'| |v6and so onv6|,a|5| |10'general omnibus character with a dash of railway brainº, |astale cough and an occasional twinge of claudication,a|10'| having |5the usual large his favourite |10|afecund class fecundclassa|10|5| family of upwards of a decade|14|+, both harefoot and loadenbrogued,+|14| to boot and |+14care for buy off+|14||s12, Imeanºs12|.

So |5let it be a knuckle or an |11'elbow. elbow, I |aherebya| admonish you|err.!º16|11'| |13|shIt may all be topping fun but it's tip and run and touch and flow for every whack when Marie stopes Phil (15Fluther's fluther's15) game to go. Arms arome, side aside, face into the wall. To the tumble of the toss tot the trouble of the |s+'swaddle swaddleds+'|, O.sh|13| And5| lest there be no misconception|10, Miss Forstowelsy,10| |5over who to fasten the |9baby |10squaller plightforlifer10|9| on5| (13'|sh(threehundred and thirty three to one on Rue the Day!)sh|13') |10when |ahe the nice little smellara| starts squalls in his crydle what |ahe'll squeal in the |bdirtyb| old bigger'll be squealing througha| his coughin,º10| you better keep in the |10gunbarrel10| straightº (13'|sharound vokseburstsh|13') |11'as I recommence you to11'| (you |12'gy gypsyeyed gypseyeyed12'| baggage, do you hear what I'm praying?) |4Or or|9, (15Gosh Gash15),º9|4| |14without butthering my head to assortail whose stroke forced or which struck backly,14| I'll be all over you |5myself myselx5|
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|10horizontally(13', |shas the straphanger said,sh|13')10| for knocking |4me |10'with my name10'| and4| yourself |9and your babybag9| down |12at such a greatº sacrifice12| |10'with a rap of the |~gavel |12gabble gavel12|~|10'| |4to a third |6price6| |10party cowhandler10|4| as cheap as |5all that the |9niggerd's9| dirt5| |10'(for sale!)10'| or I'll smack your |s13|shfruitflavouredsh|s13| |6jujube6| lips well for you|err,err| so I will |6well6| for you|err,ºerr| |5if you don't keep a civil tongue in your pigeonhouse.5| |s13The pleasures of love lasts but a fleeting but the |shpledgessh| of life outlusts a lieftime. |s+'|shI'll have it in for you.sh|s+'|s13| |5I'll teach you |9bed |s12manners (15minners minners,15)s12|9| |6tip for (15tap tap,15)6| notº to be |atricking playing your |v6such goddaughter's your (8goddaughter oddaugghter8)v6| |6tricks tangotricks6|a| with micky (15dazzlers dazzlers,º15) |aif I find |10'your hair corsehairs on your riverfrockº10'| and the |v6back |11'seatside squirmside11'|v6| of your |v6dress burberry |10'all lupitally10'|v6| covered with |s12chaff chiffchaffs12| |v6and shavings.v6|a|5| (13'|shUp Rosemiry Lean and Potanasty Rod you wos, wos you?sh|13') |s13|shI overstand you, you understand.sh|s13| |13|shAsking Anna Annybettyelsas to carry your parcels and you dreaming of net glory.sh|13| |10'You'll ging nae maer wi' Wolf the Ganger!º10'| |s13|shCutting chapelsh|, were you? |s+'Andº |shhad dates with slickers in particular hotelssh|?, had we?s+'|s13| |10Lonely went to play your mother, isod? |11'You was wiffriends?11'| Hay, the dot's a doll yarn! Mark means mean then!10| |5|xI'll homeseek you|10', Luperca,º |aas sure as there's a palatine in Limerick |b|~or a ludatic in the nasylum~|b|,ºa|10'| and|10', inº
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|12'stript stripet stript striped stript striped
º12'| conference,º10'| here's how|10, if you'reº my rodeo rodeo |agirl gella|10|.ºx|5| |10'Nerbu de Bios!º If yousº twos goes to walk upon the railway, (15God Gard,15) and I'll goad to beat behind the bush|err.!ºerr| |s13|s+'|shSee to it!sh|s+'| Snip! |s+'|shIt's up to you.sh|s+'| I've the |shI'll be hatsnatching harrier to hiding huries hinder hedge.sh|s13| |13Snip Snap13|! I'll tear up your limpshades and lock all your |13tailors trotters13| in |12'the aº12'| closet, I will, and cut your silkskin into garters. |s13|shYou'll give up your ashandbrothelº ways when I make you reely smart.sh| |s+'|shSo skelp your budd and kiss the hurt!sh|s+'|s13| |~I I'll~| have |shplenarysh| sadisfaction|~, plays the bishop,~| for your partial's indulgences.º10'| |11'Fair man |~& and~| foul suggestion. |~There is There's~| a lot of |s12lecits12| pleasure coming |a|~backwards bangslanging~|a| your (15way. way,15) |13|s+'Miss |sa|shPetuniash| Pimpernellyºsa| |shSatinsh|º.s+'|13| |s13|shfor For your own good, you understand, for the man who lifts hissh| |s+'|shshoesh| |shpudsh|s+'| |shto a woman is saving the way for kindness.sh|s13| You'll rebmemer your mottob|12', |aAveha| Tiger Roma,º12'| |s12mikelys12| |asmartera| the next nickst time.11'| |v6and Forv6| I'll |5just draw my |alucky leg |9dancer prancer9|a| and5| give |v6you |s12up yous12|v6| one |6puck splitpuck6| in the crupper|10', you understand,10'| that will bring the |v6|12'warm poppy12'|v6| blush of shame to your |11'peony11'| hindmost |10'till you yelp papapardon10'| |10and radden your rhodatantarumsº |11'to the |atune beata| of calorrubordolor|a, I am, I do and I sufferºa|11'|10| (do you hear me |5now?) now|a, lickspoon,a| and |v6don't be stopv6| looking at |ayourself your |6pussycat bussycat6| bowa| in the |aslate?) |v6slate, jujube lips!) |11'slate?) slate!),º11'|v6|a|5| that you won't obliterate for the |v6better bulkierv6| part of a |6whole6| |10'running10'| year |v6if you fail, failingv6| to give a good account of |v6yourself yourself,v6| |5if you think I'm so |6damn tan6| cupid as all |v6that that.v6|5| |10'Lights out now (bouf!), tight and sleep on it!º10'| |v6and Andv6| that's how I'll bottle your |5beauty greedypuss |v6beautybus beautibusv6|5| for |v6you yev6|,º |v6my bulling me bullinv6| heifer, for 'tisº I that have the |10pair peer10| of |v6arms arramsv6| that carry a |12wallop between wallop. Between12| them.

|s13Unbeknownst to you would I ire turn o'er see, a nuncio would I return here.s13| How |6(from the sublime to the ridiculous)6| times out of |v6oft oft,v6| |5my |v6future future,v6|5| shall we think |5of thee |aof me in thee |v6of theev6|a|5| |5with |afondest deepesta| of love5| |6and recollection by introspectionº6| |v6of theev6|
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|5but me5| far away on the (15pillow pillow,15) |5breathing deeply fondlyº |ao'era| my |v6name namesv6|5| all through the (15empties empties,15) whilst |v6moidered moidheredv6| by the rattle of the doppeldoorknockers. (+6The Our+)6| |12'homerole12'| poet |12'to Ostelinda(+, Fred Wetherly,+)12'| puts it |7|12'somewhere somewhys12'|7| better. |9You're sitting on me style, maybe, whereoft I helped yousº ore.9| (+6Little Littlegameº+)6| |12'girl rumilie12'| from (+6Liffeybank |11'Liffeyslidebank |12'Liffaslidebank Liffaslidebankumº12'|11'|+)6| |12'you fill a big roomy corner Teble, (Toobliqueme!)º but |s+13'roomy a as+|13'| big corner fill you do12'| in this unadulterated seat of |v6the ourv6| affections. |13|sh|+14Airwinger's Aerwenger's+|14| my breed so may we uncreepingly
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multipede like the sands on Amberham!sh|º13| |4Heavenheaven (15Sevenheavens Sevenheavens,15)4| O heaven! |4|7I want you. Iy waount yiou!º7|4| |5|7Your Yoreº7| ways to |7me melittleme7| were wonderful so |7I am Ick amº purseproud in7| sending |7you yumº7| loveliest |7pansiful7| thoughts |a|b|v6of touchingv6| |cyou but me me |7in you dash dash in-you7|c|b| |v6from through tov6| |b|6little wee6|b| |7dots7| Hyphen, the |v6so prettyv6| li |6|7little arched7|6| |6god godkin6| of beddingnightsa|.5| |13|shIf I've proved to your sallysfashion how I'm a man of Armor let me so, let me sue, let me see your isabellis.sh|13| How I (15shall shall,15) should I |v6live (15survive survive,15)v6| as|5, please the uniter ofº |7U.M.I.7| hearts,5| I am |5hoping living in hopes5| to do, |7placing my replacing migº7| |5arm wandering |7hand handsup7|5| in |7yours, yawers,º7| |10'so yeager forº |~me |s12mich mitchs12|,~|10'| positively cover the two pure |s12cheeks chickss12| of your |5comely5| |s12plumpcake plumpchakes12| with kissings |s12sugary kissings (15zuccherikissings zuccherikissings,15)s12| |6|agong, gong hong, konga|, and so (15gong gong,15) that I'd scare the bats out of the ivfry6| one of those |4happy |5merry muggyº5|4| |5days mornings5|, honestly|5, by |v6the ranting dog and Daddyoak, my rantandog and daddyoak,ºv6|5| I will,º |5|v6becoming be coming becomingv6| |abecoming become come cominga|5| when|5, upon the |v6meeting minglingv6| of our |v6meetingv6| waters|9, wish to wisher,9| like |v6massivev6| mountains to part no more,5| you will |5there and5| (15then then,15) |10'in those happy moments10'| of |v6your |s12our your ouryourºs12|v6| |5own soft5| (15accord accord,15) |5kiss rainkissº on5| me (15back back,15) |5for full marks5| with shouldered (15arms arms,15) and in that |5way united |7I.R.U.7| stateº when |10'|~on the same~| old |~dear worbbling~| d |~Dorimez sofa, lassie, we sprung of old~|10'| I come |9(|12'teuf! teuf! touf! touf!º12'|)9| |7wildflier's7| |6fox6| into my ownº5| |v6|aunread |9good green9| geeseºa| (15again again,15)v6| swap |v6sweet sweetenedv6| (15smugs smugs,15) |6six of one for half a dozen of the (15other other,15)6| |14till they'll bet we're the cuckoo derby14| when cherries next come back to |v6Erin Ealingv6| |5as come they (15must must,15) as they musted in |v6the theirv6| (15past past,15) as they must |v6at forv6| my |v6present moment pressing (15season season,15)v6| as hereinafter must they |9will chirrywill9|5| immediately |v6after |s12pending suants12| onv6| my safe return |v6from destinationv6| to ignorance and bliss |11'in my horseless |a99 coppallpower |s1299 coppallpoor of ninetynine coppalpoor Coppal (15Poor Poor,15)s12|a| through suirland |~& and~| noreland,º kings |~countless & country and~| queens,11'| with my ropes of pearls for gamey girls the way ye'll |11'hardly know me hardly. Knowme11'|.

(13'Slim ye, come |shslumsh| with me and rally rats' roundup|err.!º16|13') |s13'Tis |s+'Rat roundups on so 'tis 'Tiss+'|s13| |5purify the post post purification5| we will (13'and render social service, sales of work and social service13'), |6missus, missus|13|x, |shcompleting our Abelite union by the adoptation of fosterlingssh|x|13|.6| |s13|saEmbark for |shEuphonia!sh|sa| |shUp Murphy, Henson and O'Dwyer, the Warchester Warders!sh| |sa|shI'll put in a shirt time if you'll get through your shift and betwineº ussh| |sb|shin our shared slaves, brace to brassiere and shouter to shunter,sh|sb| |shwe'll pull off our working programmesh|.sa|s13| |14Come into the |shgarden guildsh| and be free of the gape athome|err.!ºerr| |+We'll circumcivicise all Dublin country.+|14| |5Let us|s13, |shthe real Ussh|,ºs13| all ignite5| |10'in our prepurgatory grade10'| |7as aposcals7|
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and |s13help |shbe instrumental tosh| utensiliseºs13| |7our |ajakaline Jakelinea| sisters7| clean |s13up outs13| |7things the hogshole7| |s13|shand generally ginger things upsh|s13|. |s13|shMeliorism in massquantities, raffling receipts and sharing sweepstakes till navel, spokes
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and felloes hum like hymn.sh|s13| |7Burn only what's Irish, accepting their coals.7| |s13|shYou will soothe the |s+'cokedblack cokeblacks+'| bile that's Anglia's and touch Armourican'sº iron core.sh|s13| |5Look at Write me |10'an essay yourº essayestº(13', my |shvocational scholarssh|,13') but10'| |9cursorily|s13, |shdippingº your nose in itsh|,ºs13|9| |afor |s13Henrietta' sake Henrietta's sake|err,º16|s13| |bon |10'mortinatality orº10'| the life of |v6inv6| |7jewry |9jewses jewries9|7| andb|a| |v6onv6|5| the sludge of |9Harrington street |aHarrington's King'sºa| at its (15height height,15)9| |5running |9cursorily boulewardsº9| over the whole of it5|. |10'I'd |~right write~| it all by mownself if I only had here of my jolly young |aWaterman |~Watermen watermen~|a|.10'| Bear in mind|9, by Michael,9| all the |7banana peels provincials'º bananasº7| |9and elacock eggs making drawadust jubilee9| alongº Henry, Moore, Earl and Talbot |+14streets Streets+|14|. |5|9Look Luke9| at all |9the memmer manning9| |athe he'sa| dung |9for the preyº of birds|10', our priest-mayor-king-merchant,10'|9| strewing the Castleknock |+14road Road+|14| (13'and |shdrawing manure upon itsh|13') |10and till the first glimpse of Wales and from Ballses Breach Harshoe up to Dumping's Corner with10| |7the (8my theº8)7| (+13Marist |shMirist+)13| |afathers |v6fathers' |10'fathers (+13Fathers fathers' brotherssh|+)13|10'|v6| |10'eleven versus White Friars elevensº10'|a| out on a rogation stag party. |aCompare |bthat themb| |7caponchin trowlers7| |9otioselyº9| with the |7Bridge Bridgesº7| of Belches in Fairview,º |10east noreast10| Dublin's favourite |10souwest10| |11wateringplace wateringplatz11||v6, andº ump as you |7like lump it7|v6|. |b|v6Report that pump in Spring Gardens.v6|b|a|5| |11What do you mean by Jno Citizen and how do you think of Jas Pagan?11| |14Compost life liffe in Dub Dufblin by Pierce Egan with the baugh in Baughkley of Fino Ralli.14| |10'Explain why there |aare so many is such a number |~of~|a| orders of religion inº |~Asa? |s14Asa! Asea!s14|~| Why such an |aorder |~other order~|a| number in preference to any |~order other~| number? Why any number in any order at all? |14|+Now?+|14| |a|bWhich |~Why Where~|b| is the greenest island |~off |s12of offs12|~| the |bblackb| |~coasts coats~| of |bSpain Spaignb|? Overset into universal: I am perdrix |~& and~| upon my pet ridge.a| |s11|s12Orelmus! Oralmus!ºs12|s11| |14Way, O way for |shthe autointaxication of our town of the Fords in a huddlesh|!14| Hailfellow some wellmet boneshaker or|s13|s+', |shtoº ascertain the facts for herself,sh|s+'| |shrun up your (15showery weather showeryweather15) oncesh| ands13| trust and10'| |10|+Take take+| the Drumgondola tram and, wearing the |+14trotteur midlimb+|14| and vestee endorsed by the hierarchy |aand fitted with ecclasticsa|,10| |13(+|shbending your steps, pick a trail andsh|+)13| |10Stand stand10| on, say, |v6Aston's Quay Aston's,v6| |5|aat, suppose, |9at about the |aheight hoytha| of9| |v6no 11 number elevenv6|, let us say, Kane or Keogh'sº,ºa| along |v6with |aquaith quaythºa|v6| a copy of the Seeds and Weeds Act,º when you have procured one for yourself,º5|
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and |5I advise you strongly toº5| take a good longing gaze into any nearby |v6shopwindow shopswindowv6| you may |v6choose selectv6| andº in |v6the course ofv6| about |5twenty thirtytwo5| minutes' time |5proceed to5| turn |5|v6around aroundaboutv6|5| on your |5heels heehills5| towards the |v6previousv6| causeway and |5I shall be very |9greatly cruelly9| mistaken indeed if5| you will |5not5| |9be jushe jushed astonushedº to9| seeº how you will be |v6meanwhilev6| |6durn wellº6| topcoatedº with |5|s12cakes kakess12| of5| |v6mush slushv6| occasioned by the |9mush9| jam of the |9|s12crosse crosss12| and |ablackwall blockwallsºa|9| trafficº in transit. |s13|shSee Capels and then fly.sh| |s+'Show me that |shcomplaint booksh| here.s+'|s13| |10'Where's Cowtends Kateclean, the woman with the muckrake?10'| When will theº |v6longsuffering W.D.v6| face of our |11'sow11'| muckloved |11'city D'linº, the Troia of towns |~& and~| Carmen of cities11'||10', crawling with mendiants (13'|shin perforated clothingsh|13'),10'| getº its |v6longpromised wellbelaveredv6| |9wash |11'whitewish |s12whitevache whitewishºs12| like L'pool |~& and~| M'chester11'|9|?º |s13When's that grandnational goldunread goldcapped dupsydurby houspill coming |shwith its vomitoriesº
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for our mothers-in-load and stretchers for devit their devitalised malessh|? |s+'I am all of me |shfor freedom of (15speed, speed15)sh| buts+'|s13| |9|s+'13Who'll who'lls+'|13| |aasperages Popp's disasperaguss (15Pape's Pope's15)a| |13Avignue Avegnue13| or who'll uproose the |aOppian Opiana| Way? |10'Who'll brighton |12'''Bray Brayhowth12'''| and bait the Bull |12'''Bailey12'''| and never despair of |s12Dublin Lorcansbys12|?10'| |12'''The rampant royal |s14commissioner commissionerss14|!12'''| 'Tisº an ill weed blows no poppy good. And this labour's worthy of my higher.9| |13(+|shOil for meed and toil for feed and a walk with the band for Job Loos.sh|+)13| |10If I hope not charity what profiteers me? |11'Nothing? Nothing!11'|10| |13My tippers of flags are knobs of hardshape for |shit isagrim talesh|, keeping |shthe father of curlssh| from the sport of oak.13| Do you know what|5, |11'little girls liddle giddles11'|5|? Oneº of those days I |5will am advised |11'by the smiling voteseeker who isº now snoring electedº11'| to5| positively strike off hiking for good and (15all all,º15) |13as I |shbldy well bdlysh| (15ought ought,º15)13| until such |s12time temses12| |9loiter onº9| as some |v6move moodv6| is made |12'''under privy-sealed orders12'''| to get me an increase of |5automoboil and5| footwear |13for these poor |shdiscalcedsh|13| |11'and a bourse from Bonº |aAnyone Somewinda| for a cure at Bad |~Anywhere Anyweirº~|11'| |10'(though where it's going to come from this time |~º~|)10'| as I |6sartunly6| think now, honest to John, |5for an income plexus5| that that's about the |v6sanguinev6| boundary limit. |11'Amean.11'|

Sis dearest, Jaun (15added, addedº15) |10'with voise |~somewas musky, somewhit murky,º |13what |~tho' though~| still |shhigh |s+'faluting fa lutings+'|sh|,13|~| as he turned his dorse to her to |~make pay~| court to (13'it, it andº ouverleaved his booseys to give the note and
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score, |shphonoscopically incuriositedsh| and13')10'| |v6sadly melancholicv6| this time,º |5|v6while |awith whiles|13, |shas on the fulmament he gaped in wuldermentsh|,13|a|v6| his |a|v6starcast onsaturncastv6|a| eyes |ain stellar attractiona| followed swift to an imaginary swellaw,5| |v6is this the end?v6| |5O, the vanity of Vanissy! All ends vanishing!5| |s12Personally Pursonallys12||5, Grog help me,5| I am in no violent hurry. |5If time enough lost the |+14ducks ducks,º+|14| walking easy found them.5| |10'I'll nose a blue |ahare fonxa| with any |~trusunread tristys~| blinking upon this earthlight |aof |~all~| them that pass by the way of the |~Deer Drive deerdrive|s13, |shconconey's runsh|s13|~|a| |11'|x|s12by Wilfred's Walk or wilfrid's |s13walk walk,s13|s12|x|11'| but10'| I'd turn back as lief as not if I could only |10'find spoonfind10'| the |10'nippy10'| girl of my heart's appointment|10', Monaº Vera Toutou |~Ippostila Ipostila~|, my lady of Lyons,10'| to guide me |5homesick by gastronomy5| |v6in underv6| her safe conduct. |10'That's more in my line.10'| I'd ask no kinder |6fate of fates6| than to stay where I am|5, |13with my tinny of |shbrownie's teash|,13| |10'under the invocation of Saint |s12James Jamass12| Hanway, servant of Gamp, lapidated,10'| |11and Jacobus A'Pershawmº, intercissous, for my thurifex,11| |11'with |~Podge Roach Peter Roche~|, that frind of my |s12bosom boozums12|,11'| leaning on my cubits,5| at this |v6presentv6| |6passing6| moment by |v6local option localoptionv6| in the birds' lodging|err,ºerr| |10'the meº10'| pheasants among,º |s13|shwhere I'll dreamt that I'll dwealth mid warblers' walls when throstles and choughs to my sigh hiehiedsh|,s13| |10'with me hares standing up well and me |s13longears longlugss13| (15dittoes dittoes,15)10'| (13'where |sha maurdering row (the fox!)º has broken at the coward sightsh|,º13') |s13unreads13| tillº well on into |5the |s12bosom beausomes12| of5| the |5exhaling5| night|5, |s13picking pinchings13| |astopandgoa| jewels out of the hedges and catching |10'dimtop10'| |adiamonds brilliantsa| on |athe tip ofa| my |atongue (15wagger wagger, butº15)a|5| |5|xfor |s13|shbut that owled |saunreadsa| clockº |s+'(fast cease to it!)s+'| has just gone twoohoosh| (15|shand that the hoursh| |shthe hoursh| andº15)s13| |+14them |ayem yena|+|14| breezes |azippinga|
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round by Drumsally do be devils to |s12flirt play fleurts12|x|5|.º I could sit on |5my |s12one safes12|5| side till the bark of |v6the day |11'the day Saint Grouse'sº11'| |10for hoopoe's hours10|,v6| |14|+till heoll's |ahorerisings hoerrisingsa|,+|14| |5|a|blaughing |v6lazyv6| at the sheep's lightning,ºb| |13|s+'and turn (15a15) widamost ear dreamily to the |shdrummling of sniperssh|,s+'|13| |10'hearing |s13|shthe wireless harpssh| of |sadearsa| sweet old Aerial ands13| the mails across the |anight nightriverºa| (peepet! peepet!) and whippoorwillyº in the woody (moor park! moor park!)|a,º as |~peaceful peacefed~| as a philopotamus,a|10'| |10|aand and crekking jugs at the grenoulls,a| leaving (15tea tealeaves15) for the trout and |abeleeks belleeksa| for the wary,º10| |bwhile |cwhen till I'd followed |7with through7| my |v6|7old upfieldedº7|v6| |s12nephewscope neviewscopes12|c|b| the rugaby moon |bhad rolled cumuliously |7rolling goarollingº7| himselfb| |v6west westasleepv6| |7through amuckst7| |bher theb| |7scrummages |askyscrums |9clouscrums cloudscrums9|a|7|a| for to watch how |athe carefully mya| nocturnal |agoose goosemothera|
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would lay her |anewa| golden |aegg sheegga| for me |v6mev6| |ain |bbehind down under |v6inv6|b|a| the shy orient5|. What wouldn't I |10give poach10||4my heart, my head, my all, honest |10my socks the rent in my riverside10|, my |10otther10| shoes, my |10shirt beavery10|, honest!4||s13ay, |shand melt my beltsh|,ºs13| for a |10dace10| |5holiday feast of grannom5| with the finny ones, |s13|shthose happy guppiesº in their minnowahaw,sh|s13| |5flashing down the swansway, leaps ahead of |a|v6Swifts the Swiftºv6| MacEelsº|s13, the |s+'bigs+'| |shGillaroo |s+'redfellow, (15redfellows, redfellows15)s+'|sh|s13| anda| the |v6pursewinded carpers,ºv6| |arary nanties rearin antisa| |v6|10long rood10| perches |10astern astench10| of me,v6| |v6or or,v6| when I'd like my own company |v6best best,v6|5| |6with the help of a norange and bear,º6| to be |5reclined |aon my |10other logansome10|a| by the lasher,º5| |11'my g.b.dº in my f.a.c.e,º |a|bsulfanellies solfanellyb| in my |~shellyhands shellyholders~|a| and unread |~loved lov'd~| Latakia|a, theº benuvolent,ºa| for my nosethrills,º11'| |5|xwith the |ajasmines |v6jasomines |ajealsomines jealosominesa|v6|a| |v6half unclosing wilting awayv6| to |6my their6| heart's |v6delight deelightv6| and the king of the |v6timber saptimberv6| letting down his |v6|10special humely10|v6| odours |v6before me for my consternation,ºv6|x|5| |11'|xdapping |~on Griffeen R. my griffeen,~|x|11'| |7burning water in the spearlight or7| catching trophies of |v6thev6| |5king's royal5| |v6sturgeon college of sturgeonsºv6| |5pie5| by the armful |5for to bake |v6in a pie |10pie pike10| and piev6|5| |5while|9, O twined me abower in L'Alouette's Tower,9| |10'all Adelaide's |~naughtingirls naughtingerlsº~| juckjucking benightº me,10'| I'd |ateach |13tonic gamut13|a| |athe my |s12twentyfour |s13twittyfour twittynices13|s12| Doriana| |s12blackbirds blackbuddss12| |13|shtheº chthonic solphiash|13| |aoff my |bpiccolo singasongapiccolob|a| to |11'play musical pipe musicall11'| |11'airs, airs on numberous fairyaciodes.11'| I give, a king, to me, |v6he shev6| does, |v6the sun alonev6|, up there, |aO yesa| |v6yes seev6|, I double |+14give give,+|14| |11'till the spinney |awas |s12was all all ecloseds12|a| asong with them11'|.5| |10'Isn't that lovely though? I give to me alone I |s12double troubles12| give!10'| |13I may have no mind |ato manage tamagnageºa| the forte bits like the (15pianage, pianage15) but you can't cadge meº off the (15key, key.15) I've a voicical lilt too true. Nomario! And bemolleyº and jiesis! For I sport a whatyoumacormack in the latcher part of my throushersº. And the lark that I let fly (olala!) is |s+'ass+'| cockful of |s+'funentics funanticss+'| that's tune as as it's tune to my fork. |sa|shNaturalesh| you might |sblowersb| |shregistersh| me as |shdiskrecordantº, but I'm athlone in the |s+'liltyng lillabillings+'| of (15Killarnies killarnies15)sh|. That's |shflatsh|. |bYet ware the |cwood woldc|, you! What's good for the gorse is a goad for the garden. |shLethals lurk hemlockedº in logans. Loathe laburnums.sh| |shDash the gaudy deathcup|err.!ºerr|sh| |shBryony O'Bryony, thy name is Belladama!sh| But enough of greenwoodº gossip. |sc|shBirdsnests is birdsnests.sh|sc| Thine to wait but mine to wage.b| |sbAnd now play |shsharpsh| to me.sb| |shDoublefirst I'll l head foremost through all my exam hoopssh|º.sa|13| |5and And5| what |5small sensitive5| coin I'd be possessed
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, in vestments10'|9| |s11in ofs11| |5the subdominal5| |4potheen poteen4| at prime cost and I |10bet bait10| you |s13|shmy chancey oldcoatsh| againsts13| |5all you have |v6every the wholev6| ounce you half5| on your |5back backboard5| |s13|sh(if madamaud strips mesdamines may cold strafe illglands!)sh|s13| that I'm the |5boy gogetter5| that'd make it pay like |5fun and cash |v6registers and registers |s13|shas sure as there's a pot onº a polesh|s13|. And|10, what with one man's fischº and a dozen men'sº poissons,10|v6|5| |s13|shsowing my wild plums |saand to reapsa| ripe plentihorns mead, lashings of erboaleº and hydromel and braggetsh|,ºs13| I'd come out |10'with my |~magic's magic~| fluke10'| |10in close time, fair, free and |s12frisking frolickys12|,10| |5zooming5| tophole on the |5mart, mart as a |v6factor, factor.v6|5| |9And I tell you they would the Bectivesº wouldn't hold me.9| |10By the unsleeping |aSalman Solmana| |11'Annadromousº11'|, |a|bthe yeb| god of little pescies,a|10| |v6nothing |10Nothing nothing10|v6| would stop |v6me, me.ºv6| |10Not the Ulster Rifles and the Cork Milice and the Dublin (15fusees Fusees15) and the Connacht Rangers ensembled!10| |10'For money makes multimony like the brogues and the kishes.º10'| |11'I'd axe the |~Shannon C channon~| and leip a liffey and drink |~any blackwater annyblack water~| that |~stood rann~| on meº way.11'| |9Yip!9| |10'How's thatº for |askat scats, mine shatz, for a lovebirda|? |aTo funk is only peternatural, it'sº daring feers divine.a| Bebold!10'| |10Like Varian's,º |s13sweeping balayings13| all behind me.10| |5and |v6and Andv6|, zoom,º5| before you knew where you |5were (15weren't weren't,15) |aI stake my |6ignitial's6| |s+13'davy divys+|13'||10', |~cache-and-cache-can-again cash-and-cash-can-again~|,10'|a|5| I'd be staggering humanity and |v6royally loyallyv6| rolling |5over |aover you you |6over over,º6|a|5| |7my |13sow whiteº13| spouseº,7| in |7my tons tonsº7| of |5red5| |v6clover clover,v6| |13nighty nigh to the |shmetronomesh|,13| |5|xfiehigh and fiehigher and fiehighest |v6again, |10'again. of |13all. all!º13|10'|v6|x|5| |13|shHoly petter and palsh|,13| |5I'd spoil you |v6altogether (+13altogether. altogether|sh, my sumptuous Sheila!sh|+)13|v6|5| |s13|shMumm all to do butº frull up fizzsh| and unpop a few |shchartrusians shortrusianssh|º or |shshake a pailº of sparklingsh| (15|shicesh|, hear |shicesh|. Hearº15) it swirl, happy girl|err.!º16|s13| |10'Not a spot of my but hide but you'd love to seek |~& and~| scan again!º10'| |5There'd be no standing me, I tell |v6you you.v6|5| |v6and (15And And,15)v6| |7as gameboy as my pagan name |12'K.C.12'| is what it |+14is is,+|14|7| I'd never say |5die let fly5| till |v6I'd run my shoestring into near a millionv6| |14we shot that blissup and swumped each other, manawife, into our sever nevers where14| |5|v6and I'dv6| plant you|6, my Gizzygay,6| |aon |v6my thev6| electric |10'dorimez10'| |10'sofa ottoman10'| |10', lassie,10'|a| in the lap ofº lechery|12'', simpringly stitchless with admiracion|err,º16|12''| |aamong the most uxuriously furnished |v6apartments compartmentsº |10'with sybarate chambers|err,º16|10'| just as I'd run my shoestring into near a million |13(+|shor sosh|+)13| of them with lodes of oresv6|a|5| as a firstclass dealer and |v6everything everything.v6| |5|v6with lodes of oresv6|5| |v6only Onlyv6| for one thing,º that |14howover famiksed I would becomeº14| I'd be awful anxious|10', you understand,10'| about |5Shoepisser |7Pluvious Pluviusº7| and5| |10'in assideration of10'| the terrible
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|10colds luftsucks10| |+14playing woabling+|14| around |14|+with the hedrolics+|14| in the |10coold10| amstophere |7till the bordingº7| that would perish the |5Danes Dane and his chapter of accidents5| to be atramental to the better half of my |5|6all too lyrical alltoolyrical6|5| health, not considering my capsflap,º and that's the truthº |6now6| |v6out of thev6| |6cackling6| |v6bag,ºv6| for |v6trulyv6| |4sureº4| |11'for another thingº11'| I never could tell the |s12least leests12| falsehood that would |9likely truthfully9| give |9satisfaction sotisfiction9|. |5I'm not talking apple sauce |10either eithou10|. |10'Or up in my hat.10'| |10I'm earnest I earnst10|.5| |10'Fschue!º10'|

|v6Sis Sissibisv6| dearest, as I was |5saying reading5| to myself not very long ago |5in |v6to be continued on thauthor Tennis |9Flannels Flonnels9| MacCourtherº |10'|a, his correspondenceº,a| besated upon my tripos,10'|v6| and
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just thinking |v6like thauthorv6| how long |v6I liked I'd like myself to be continuedv6| |10'at (15Hothelizod Hothelizod,15)10'| |10'looking peeking10'| into |v6a fire the |10'fire fuocusº |~& and~| pecking at thumbnail reveries10'|,v6|5| |s13|shpricking up ears to my phono on the |sagrand |s+'graund grounds+'|sa| and picking up airs from |s+'other th'others+'| over |s+'the ether th'ethers+'|,sh|s13| |v6it is transported 'tis tramsportedv6| with grief I am |5byº5| this |5night |anight eira nighta|5| |6(15sublime sublime,15)6| |5as you may see by my size and my brow that's all (15forehead forehead,15)5| to go |10'forth,º10'| |s12free franks12| |10'and |s12happy hoppy(15, to the tune the old plow tied off,15)s12| from our |anostory |~no story nostorey~|a| houseº10'| upon this benedictine errand,º but it is |10'historically10'| the most glorious mission|10', |~sacred or profane secret or profund~|,10'| |10'in through10'| all |10'the annals ofº10'| |5our |v6our, our —ºv6| as you so often |v6call termv6| |v6it, |10'it her10'|ºv6| |aeverfreshpainted |v6efferfreshfeinted efferfreshpaintedv6|a|5| |10'history livy|a, in |bhappy beautificb| repose,º upon the silence of the dead,a| from Pharophº the |afirst nextfirsta| down to Rameschecklesº the lastbustº thing10'|. |10'The Vico road goes round and round to meet where |~ends terms~| begin.10'| Still|10', onappealedº to by the cycles and unappalledº fromº by the recoursers,º10'| we feelº all serene, never you fret, as |v6far asv6| regards our |v6dutyfulv6| |5cask and cask. Full of my breadth from pride I am (13'(|shbreezedsh| be the healthy same!)13') for5| 'tis a grand thing |10'(superb!)10'| to be going to meet a king, not an |v6everyday everynightv6| king, |9no nenni9|, by gannies,º but the overking of |6Greater Dublin |11'Hither and Thither (15Hither on Thither Hither-on-Thither15)11'| Erin6| himself|9, pardee,9| I'm saying. Before there was aº |s+13'man patchs+|13'| at all |v6in onv6| Ireland there |s+13'was liveds+|13'| a lord |v6in atv6| Lucan. We only wish everyone was as sure of anything in this |v6weary wateryv6| world as we are of everything in the |6newlywet6| |v6one fellowv6| that's bound to follow. |5I'll lay you a guinea |v6to forv6| a hayseed |v6any time nowv6|.5| Tell mother that. |14And tell her tell her old one.14| 'Twillº amuse her.

Well, to the |v6dickens figends |11'of Anam Annamnesesº11'| tov6| with the |v6whole |14wholeabolish wholeabuelish14|v6| business! |14For I declare to Jeshuam I'm beginning to get sunsick|err.!ºerr| I'm not half Norawain for nothing.14| The |v6ends of these our passing shows fine ice |11'of these our temperate so temperate
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of our, alas,º theseº11'| timesºv6| are notº so far off as you might |v6suppose wish to be congealedv6|. So (+9now now,+)9| I'll ask |4of4| |s12you you,s12| let ye create no scenes after in my poor |10primmafore's10| wake. |5I don't want |v6yous to bev6| |x|6fighting |9pillowfighting billowfighting9|6| your |v6Biddy Moriarty biddy moriartyv6| (15duels duels,15) (13'|shgobble (15gabble gabble,15)sh|13') all over me till you spit |v6stout. stout|10', you understand, after soused (15mackerel mackerel,15)10'| |s13sniffling |shclambake to (15Hering hering15)sh| |saand |shimputentº barney, braggart of blarneysh|,sa|s13| norv6|x| yourº ugly |9lemoncholic9| gobs |s13round o'ers13| the hobs |11'|ain a sewing circle,ºa| |s13|s+'stopping |shoddments in maids' costumes at sweeping reductionssh|º,s+'| |sasitting |shwearing out your ohs by sitting around onº your ahssh|,º makingsa| areekaransyº |shround where I last put itsh|,ºs13| with the painters in too, curse meº luck,11'| |10'with your rags up|s13|sh, exciting your mucuses,sh|s13|10'| |10turning breakfartsº into |11'lost11'| soupirs,º10| |9nor yourº flabbies9| |a|bon your groaning chairsb| |11'for flapjack and salonthayº11'| |14over Bollivar's troubles14| |bof a |v6Blue Monday |10'bluemonday bluemoondag,º10'|v6|b| |11'steamingº your |s12old bones damp ossicles,s12|11'| |10'praying |13(+|shHoly Prohibition andsh|+)13| Jaun Dyspeptist10'| |10while Ole Clo goes through the wood with Shep (15togather togather,15) |alooking toutinga| (13'in the |shchestnutº burrssh|13') for Goodboy Sommers10| |11'and |~Mistrel Blownose Mistral Blownowse~| hugs his kindlings,º11'| when |11'voiceyverseyº11'| it's my |10'|s12wildmoney'ss12|10'| |11'gala11'| benefit,ºa| robbing leaves out of my |6taletold6| book. |13|shMay my tunc fester if ever I see such a miry lot of maggalenes!sh|13| Once upon
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andº the rest of your (15blatherumskite. blatherumskite!15)5| Just a plain shays by the fire for |10'absentee absenterº10'| |10'Jaun Sh the Po10'| and I'll make ye all an |v6Easter easternv6| |5egg |v6some day |7someday |s13beauty hummingspheres13|7|v6|5| of myself the moment that you name the |5day way5|. |s13|shLook in the slag scuttle and you'll see me sailspread over the singing, and what do ye want trippings for when you've Paris inspire your hat?sh|s13| |11'Cheer up |aCheery up |~Chirry up Sussumcordials~|a|11'| |11'all |~right all~|11'| round, let ye |11'all alloyiss and |~omines ominies~|11'|, |5while I strayº5| and let ye not be getting grief out of it|s13, though blighted troth be all |shbereftsh|,s13| on my poor |4headsache (15headsake headsake,15)4| even should we forfeit our |v6life |alives lifea|v6|. |11'Lo, improving ages wait |~us in ye|err.!ºerr| In~| the orchard of the bones.11'| Some time |5soon very presently now when |6the yon6| clouds are dissipated after |aunread theira| forty years'º |+14shower shower,+|14|5| |5the odds (15are are,15)5| |5shall we we shall5| all be |v6dead |10'gone hooked10'|v6| and (15happy happy,15) |11'together |a(15communionistically communionistically,15)a| |~as under in coelitary confinement~|11'| |6among the fieldnights elyceanº|11',º |~elect for the elite élite of the elect~|,º11'|6| in the land of lost of time. |11'Johannisburg's |~the a~| revelation! Deck the |~diamonds diamants~| that never die!11'| So cut out the lonesome stuff!º Drink it up, ladies, please, as |4quick smart4| as you |5like, the last stirrup cup! |11'like. can lower it|err.!º16|11'|5| |s13|shOut with lent! Clap hands, postillionº! Fastintide is by.sh|s13| |11'|aThe Youra|
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sole and |~my upper myopper~| must hereupon part company.
11'| |s13So |shfor e'ersh| nowº fare thee welt!s13| Parting's fun.º |s13Take thou, |sathis thesa| wringle's thine, love. |shThis dime doth trost thee from mine alms. Goodbye, swisstart, goodbye!sh|ºs13| |7Laugh!º7| |5Sure, treasures, a letterman does be often thought reading ye |a|v6rightlyv6|a| between lines that |adoa| have no sense at all.5| |10'I sign myself. With much leg.10'| Inflexibly yours.º Ann Posht |5the Shorn5|. |10'To be continued.10'| |6Huck!6|

Something of |7an a7| |6amusing sidesplitting6| nature must have occurred to westminstrel |6Jaunahaun Jaunathaun6| for a grand big |11'blossy11'| hearty |5stenorious5| laugh |14(even Drudge that lay doggo thought feathers fell)14| hopped out of (13'him his |shwoolly'sº throatsh| |s+|shlike a ball lifted over a deep the head of a deep fieldsh|ºs+|13') at the bare thought of how |v6jauny jollyv6| they'd |v6love likev6| to be |13rolling trolling13| his |13hoop (15whoop whoop,º15)13| and all of them |6truetotypes6| |12''in missammen massness12''| were just starting to |5yell |6spladher6| splodherº5| with the |v6laughter jolly magoriosv6|, |4jauhauhauhauhaun |v6Jauhauhauhauhaun hicky hecky hock, huges huges huges, hughy hughy hughy, |aJaun /|++|13O'Jaun O Jaun++)13|a|v6|4| |s13|sh(Thouº (15pure. pure!15) Our (15virgin. virgin!15) Thou (15holy. holy!15) Our (15health. health!15) Thou (15strong. strong!15) Our (15victory. victory!15) O salutary! Sustain our firm solitude, thou who thou well (15strokest. Hear strokest! Hear,15) hairy (15ones. ones!15) We have sued thee but late. Beauty (15parlous. parlous!15))sh|s13|,º so jokable and so |4geepee geepy4|, O,º |v6when, whenv6| |5suddenly (how like a woman!),5| |5quick swifter5| as mercury,º he |5wheeled wheels5| right round |9starnly9| |6on the Rizzies6| |v6ofv6| |5|v6suddenly suddenly,v6|5| with his |v6eyes gimletsv6| blazing rather |5sternly, |9sternish, how sternish (how9|5| black |5as thunder like |9thunder thunder!)9|, to see what's loose5|. So they stood still and wondered. |4Then Till4| first he sighed |7(and how ill soufered!)7| |v6so andv6| they nearly cried |7(the salt of the earth!)7| |14|s+after which he pondereds+|14| and |v6then finallyv6| he replied:

— There is something moreº. |14A word apparting and and shall the heart's tone be silent. Engagements, I'll beseal you! Fare thee well, fairy well!14| |5All I can tell you is this, |10'little sisters my sorellies10'|.5| It's |v6prayers, prayers prayersº in layersv6| all the |5thumping5| time|7, begor,7| |s13|shthe young gloria's gang |savoisus voicessa| the old doxologers,sh|s13| in the |v6suburbs |9subbubs suburrs9|v6| of the heavenly |s12gardens gardens,s12| |11'once |awe've we shall havea| (15passed passed,15) |13(+|shafter (15surceases surceases,15) all serene,º sh|+)13|
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|s12snug|13, neck and neck likeº |shDerby and Junesh|,13|s12| throughº to |s12ourºs12| eternal |14retribution's14| reward (the scorchhouse)11'|. |11'|~Shunt us, shunt us, shunt us! Shunt us! Shuntº us! Shuntº us!~|11'| |10'|aIf you want to be felixed come and be parked.a| Sacred ease thereº! The Seanadº and |~pobbelqeue's pobbelqueue'sº~| remainder.10'| |13(+|shTo it, to it! Seekit headup!sh|+)13| No petty family squabbles |11'up there Up Thereº11'| |11'nor homemade
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hurricanes
|ain our Cohortyarda|11'|, |11'no11'| |v6cuphurling cupahurlingv6| nor |5apuckalips |13|shnor no puncheon jodellingsh|13| nor5| not no nothing. |11'With blis |~burns the Byrns~| which is far better |~diamond & and~| ivy eve for ever |~you'll your~| idle be.11'| |13(+|shYou will hardly «++recognise reconnaitreºs++| the old wife in the new bustle and the farmer «++seller shinners++| in his latterday paint. It's the fulldress Toussaint's wakeswalks experdition after a bail motion from the chamber of horrus. Saffron bunsº or sovran «++bonums bonhamss++| whichever you'reº avider to like it and lump (15it it,15) but give it a name.sh|+)13| |10'Eirenyº allover Irelandsº. |13(+|shAnd there's food for refection when the whole flock'sº at home.sh|+)13| Hogmanny |12'd'ye di'ye12'| gutº? Hogmanny |12'd'ye di'ye12'| |asmelly gut smellygutºa|? And hogmanny |12'd'ye di'ye12'| smellyspatterygutº?10'| |5You take |amy Joe Hanny'sa| tip for it|err.!º16|5| |7Post Mortemº is the goods. With Jollification a |s+13'good hot tights+|13'| second.7| |10'|aToborrow and toburrowº |~& and~| tobarrow!ºa| |aThat's our crass, hairy |~& and~| evergrim (13'life! life,º |shtill one finel howdiedow Bouncer Naster raps on the bell with a bone and his stinkers stackº behind him with the sceptre and hou the hourglasssh|.13')a| |aWe may |bbegin with come|~, touch and go,~| fromb| atoms and ifs,º but we're |~surely odd's with presurely destined to be odd's without~| ends.a| Here starve we we moult in Moy Kain |a|~& and~| flopa| on the seemy side,º |a|bhardly livingb| sure of |bhardlyb| a doorstep for a stopgap, with Whogoesthere |~& and~| |bhis a liveb| sandbag round the corner.ºa| |~but there But upmeyant|13(+, |shby the banks of our chlorified Amnesletheash|,º+)13|~| 'tis you sprout all |~youre Abel your abel~| and woof your wings |ato Hyam Huam, deadº certain |bhoweverb| of |bnothing neuthing whateverb| to |bsay ayeb| forever,º at |~with Hyam's Huam while Hyam Huam'sº~| in the chaira|.10'| Ah, sure, |6pleasantries aside,6| |10'in the tail of the cow10'| what |v6on |aan a humptydaumºa|v6| earth |v6is looksv6| our |v6miserable miserymev6| heretoday as compared beside the |v6sheer pleasantries |11'hereweareagain gaieties Hereweareagain Gaieties11'|v6| of the |11'afterpiece Afterpiece11'| when |10'the |aRoyala| Revolver of theº |areala| globoes lets |aregallya| fire of his mio colpo for10'| |10the |11'Chrisman's chrisman's11'| |11pandemome pandemomº11| |11'|~of life's a dreama~|11'| |11is to give11| over and10| |v6life the |11'harlequinade Harlequinade11'|v6| |11begins to begin11| properly |9speaking sq |10spqueaking |11'spquearking SPQueaRking11'|10|9|.º |10'Mark Time's |s12finist joke Finist Jokes12|. Putting Allspace in a Notshall.º10'|

Well,º |s13the |shslice and vegsh| joint's well in its wayº |saand so is a |shribroastsh| and jackknife |shas sportan dietsh|ºsa|, buts13| |5home |7comforts cooking7| everytimeº.5| |11'Mountain'sº good mustard and|s13, with the helpings of |shladies' lickfigsº and gentlemen's relish,sh|s13| I've eaten a griddle.11'| |9|a|11'And But11'|a| I |12feel fill12| twice |10'as stewhard10'| what I felt before when I'm after eating a few natives.9| |s13|shThe crisp of the crackling is in the |s+'chewing chawings+'|.sh|s13| |13(+|shGive us anotherº cup of your (15scald. scald!º15) |14Santos Mozos!14| That was a damn good
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cup of scald.º sh|+)13| |14You could trot a mouse on it.14| I |10'enjoyed ingoyed10'| your pick of |5hissing5| hot luncheon fine, I did,º |11'thanks awfullyº11'| |6(sublime!)|7. Tenderestº bully ever I ate with the boiled |10Protestants protestants10| |10(allinoilia,º allinoilia!)10|7|6| |4only |afora| your peas |10'again10'| was a |10'bit too taste tooth10'| psalty4| (13'|shto |14curry carry14|sh| flavour with my godown13') and |s14herebys14| return
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with my best |5savioury5| condiments |5and a penny in the plate for the |s13james jemess13|5|. |s13|shO.K. Oh Kosmos! Ah Ireland! A.I.sh| |14And for kailkannonkabbis gimme Cincinnatis with Italian (but ci vuol poco!) ciccalick cheese.º14| |shHaggis good, haggis strong, haggis never say die|err.!ºerr|sh|s13| |9For quid we have recipimus, recipe, O lout! And save that|10', Oliviero,10'| for |athe thya| sunny day!9| |11'|~Soup meagre, I couldn't Soupmeagre! Couldn't~| look at it! But if you'll buy me |aa yona| coat of the vairy furry bestº I'll try |~& and~| |~pull pullll~| it |~on~| awn mee.º |aIt's in fairly good order |~& and~| no doubt 'twill sarve to turn.ºa|11'| |10'|aRemove this boardcloth!a| Next |atime stage|11, tell the tabler,11|a| |afor a varietya| |13of |shHuguenot ligoomssh|13| I'll try |13my set on edgesº13| |a|s+'13crackling a potroast grapling grapeling an |saaigryducks aigrydouckssa|s+'|13||b, grilled over |s12birchenboughs birchenrodss12|,b| witha| a few bloomancowls in albies. |aI want to get outside monasticism.a| |aMass and meat |~hinder mar~| no man's journey. Eat a missal lest.a|10'| |13|shNuts for the nerves, a flitch for the flue and for to rejoice the chambers of the heart the spirits of the spice isles, curry and cinnamon,º chutney and cloves.sh|13| All the |v6vitamines vitalminesv6| is beginning to sozzle |11'|ain chewna| |s13|shand the hormonies to clingleclanglesh|s13|, |~fudge em fudgem~|, kates and |~erics epasº~| and naboc and |~epas erics~| and oinnos on kingclud |aand xoxxoxo and xooxox |~x~| xxoxoxxoxxxa| till I'm fustfed like |~Fungstif, fungstif~|11'| and |5very5| presently from now posthaste it's off |v6you'll |10your'll yourllº10|v6| see me |10roll ryuoll10| on my usual rounds again to drawn draw Terminus Lower and Killadown |s12and Letternoosh, let Letterspeak, Lettermuck to Litterananiam Littorananimas12| and the |v6biggest roomiestv6| house even in Ireland|7, ifº you can understamp that,º7| and my next item's |6programme platform6| it's how I'll try and collect my extraprofessional postages owing to me by Thaddeusº |v6Kelly Esquire Kellyesque Squire|7, dr, dr,7|v6| forº nondesirable printed matter. |14The |shJooks and the Kelly-Cookssh| have been milking turnkeys and sucking the blood out of the Marshalseaº since the act of First Offenders.14| But I know what I'll do. My Great pains |v6of offv6| him I'll take and that'll be your redletterday calendar, window machree|err.!ºerr| I'll knock it out of him! I'll |7stamp stump7| it out of him! I'll rattattatter it out of him! before I'll quit the doorstep of
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old |v6Tom Conv6| Connolly's residence! By the horn of |v6twenty |7plenty twenty7|v6| of both of the two Saint (15Collopys Collopys,15) blackmail him I will in arrears or my name's not |5penitent5| Ferdinand! And it's daily and hourly I'll nurse him till he pays |14my me14| fine fee. |11'|~Ameal! Ameal.~|11'|

Well,º |v6here's |+14Here's here's+|14|v6| looking at ye! |5If I never leave you biddies |11'till my stave is a barº11'| I'd be tempted |v6|10'rightly rigidly10'|v6| to |a|v6join up andv6|a| become a |11'passionate11'| father.5| |11'|x|~My Me~| hunger's weighed. |s12Hungkung!s12| |~My Me~| anger's suaged! |s12Hangkang!s12|x|11'| |v6You Yev6| can stop as ye are|5, little |10lay10| mothers,5| and wait |v6and inv6| wish |4and wish4| in vain till the |s12grim grames12| reaper draws nigh|12', with the sickle of the sickles,12'| as as a blessing in disguise. Devil a |5curly5| hair I (15care. care!15) If any (15marauding lightfoot15) |5highwayman Clod |v6Dewvall Dewvalev6|5| was to try toº hold me up,º |5dicksturping me and5| (15relieving marauding15) me of my rights to my onus,º |5yan, |v6tian tyanv6|, tethera, methera, pimp,5| I'd let him haveº my pes best pair of galloper's heels in |6the face hisº creamsourer6|. |5He will have better manners|err.,º16|5| |6I'm dished if he won't(15.!º15)6| Console yourself, drawhure deelish! |5There's a |v6refund refondv6| of |aduty eggsizeda| coming to
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you out of me|v6. Mind so mindv6| you do |v6my mev6| duty on me!5| |13|shBruise your bulge below the belt till I blewblack beside you.sh|13| And you'll miss me more as |v6the narrowingv6| weeks wing by. |7Sunday, |9Someday, Somedayº9|7| duly,º |7Monday, |9Oneday, Onedayº9|7| truly, |7Tuesday, |9Twosday, Twosdayº9|7| |v6newly newly,v6| and Wednesday. till Whensdayº. |5Look for me always at my west |10and I will think to |s12thine dines12|10|.5| A tear or two in time is all there's |v6to it and toot. Andv6| then in a click of the clock|v6, toot toot, andv6| |10'off |atoff toff doff doffa|10'| we pop |5with |10'sinners sinnerettes10'| in |v6silk |10'silks silkettes10'|v6| lining5| |5en route |v6en routes longroutesv6|5| for His Diligence Majesty, our longdistance |v6lord lairdv6| that likes creation. To |v6who? |10'who! |s11whoosh? whoosh!s11|10'|v6|

|10'Of course, Meesh, meesh! Of cours Yesº, pet.º (13'|shWe were too happy. I knew something would happen.sh|13') I understand,º10'| but listen, drawher nearest, |v6Izzy Tizzyv6| intercepted, flushing |5but flashing from her dove and dart eyes5| as she |6tactilifully6| grabbedº her male |6correspondent corrispondee6| to flusterº |10sweet nunsongs10| in his quickturned |v6ear, ear.ºv6| I know, benjamin |v6brother. But listen. brother,º butº listen,v6| I want|14|+, girls palmassing,+|14| to whisper my (+12wish whish+)12|. |14|+(She,º like them like us, me and you, had thoud he n'er it would haltin so lithe when leased is tacitempust tongue.)º+|14| Of course|5, |aenginea| dear,5| I'm |s+13'ashamed |+14ashwmed ashamed+|14|s+|13'| |v6of forv6| my life (13'(I must clear my |shthrottlesh|)13') |5of the bit over this |v6last lostv6| moment's gift5| of memento nosepaper which |5I'm sorry|6, my precious,6|5| is |5all allathome5| I |10'with grief10'| can call my own but all the same, listen, |4Jaunik Jaunick4|, accept this |5last moment gift |12widow's witwee's12| mite, though a |v6bit |12''little jennyteeny12''|
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|12weeny witweenyº12| piecev6| torn |ain |v61 or 2 places one placev6|a|,º5| from my hands in |6second6| place of a linenhall |5handkerchief |10'valentine valentino10'|5| |5|ato witha| my fondest |10'and much left10'| |atoa| tutor5|. |5X.X.X.X.5| It |6is was6| heavily |s+13'indulgenced balledictedºs+|13'| |5forº young |11'Father Michael Fr Ml|a, myº pettest parriageº priest,a|11'| and you know who between us5| by your friend the |v6pope pope,v6| forty ways |4for in4| forty |v6nights nights,v6| (13'|shthat's the beauty of itsh|,13') |10look, scene it, |s12ratty, ratty.s12|10| (13'|shToo perfectly priceless for wordssh|.13') |s12and Ands12|, listen, now do enhance me, and oblige my |5fancy fiancyº5| and bear it with you morn till |5life's5| |s13e'en and |s+'e'en. And |shleave your little bag of doubts behind yoush|. And e'en ands+'|s13|, of course, |10when when never10| you make |v6use usagev6| of it, listen, |5please kindly5| think |10'galways,º10'| again |v6and orv6| again|5, |6don't never6| forget,5| of one |s13absent one |shabsendeesh|s13||5,º not |a|v6Sister |10sister sester10|v6|a| Maggy5| |10'|~as she's daughter of Clare~|10'|. |s13|s+'|sh(15Ahim that's Ahim. That's15) the stupidest little cough.sh|s+'| |shOnly be sure you don't catch your cold and pass it on to us.sh| |aAnd, since levret bounds and larks is soaring, |shdon't be all the nightsh|.a|s13| |10'And this, Joke, a sprig of blue speedwell,º just a spell of floralora so you'll mind your veronique.10'| Of course|5, Jer,5| I know you know who |v6sent sendsv6| it|11', (13'|shpresents that pleasesh|,13') mercy,11'| on the face of the waters like that |11'romance film oboteº11'| in the |5bottle |v6Maggin bottle magginbottlev6|5|. |11'|aOf course Awfully charming, of course,º buta| it doesn't do |~me her~| justice(13', |shapart from her cattinesssh|13').º11'| Of |v6course course,v6| please |12too12| |5write, won't you, |13|s+'|shand leave your little bag of doubtssh|º |sa, |shinquisitivesh|,sa| |shbehind yoush|,ºs+'| unto your |shutterly thinesh|º13| and, thank you,5| forward it back by return |10pigeon's pneu10| (13'|shto the lovingsh|13') in case |10'I couldn't think who it was or10'| |5anything any funforall5| happens |11'I'll be |~curious so curiose~| to see |~|aby ina|~| the |aHomesworth breakfasta| |s+13'papers tablottss+|13'|11'| soº as I'll know |10'etherways10'| |10for |11by11| pity bleu10| |14if it's good for my system,º14| |v6what exquisite buttons|12'', gorgiose,º12''|v6| in case I don't |5hope |asoona| toº5| hear from |5you. (13'you you. |shAnd thanks ever so many for the ten and the one with nothing at all on.sh|13') |13|sh|+'and I I+'| will tie a knot onº
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my |s+'stringome stringamejips+'|
sh| to |shletter you with my silky papersh|,º13| as I am givenº now to understand it will be worth |6my price in6| money one |v6day. day|12''', soº don't trouble to ans unless smthgº special as I am getting his pay and wants for nothing12'''|v6|5| |5|v6And I will so I canv6| live simply and solely for my wonderful |11'hair hai kinkless11'| |s13and its loops of lovelinesss13|.5| |s13|shWhen I throw away my rollets there's rings for all.sh|s13| |11'Flea,º a girl,º says it is her colour.11'| |s12So does B and L and as for V!s12| |v6Listen, I'll And listen to it|11', Cheveluir11'|!º (13'|shSo distantsh| you're always.13') |11'Bow |~yr your~| boche!11'| |10'It |aAbsolutely perfect!a| I will pack my comb and mirror |ato |~practice praxis~| myº oval |s+13'ohs owess+|13'| |~& and~| artless |s+13'ahs awess+|13'|a| and it10'| willv6| follow you |10'publicly pulpicly10'|
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|11'as far as |~comeback come back~|11'| |v6with underv6| all my eyes |10'like my sapphire chaplets of ringarosary10'| |v6I willv6| |10'say for you |11'|~by to~| the Allmichael11'| and solve quipuº while the dovedoves |s11peck picks11| my mouthbuds (msch! msch!)10'| |5|awith |bnurseb| |v6Maggy |10'Maggy, Madge,10'|v6|a| (13'|shmysh| |s14|shtickularsh| linkingclasss14| |shgirl,sh|13') |v6she's a fright, poor |10girl old dutch10|,º |11'|~simply killing~|11'| |10'in her sleeptalking |s13|shwhen I paint the measles on hersh| and |shmudstuskers to make her a man. We,. We. Issy donesh| |s+'|shthatsh|. |shthatsh|, |shI confesh|err.!ºerr|sh|s+'|s13| |~in |s12and |s13but Buts13|s12| |11'you'll love her for11'|~| her hessians|s13. |shWhat class she shows!sh|ºs13| |11'|~her |s13and Andºs13|~| sickly black stockings,º |s13|shcleryng's jumbles, salvadged from thesh| |s+|shWashsh|, |shWashsh|.º |shIsn'tº it the cat's tonsils!sh|s+|s13| |~|+13'simply Simply+|13'| killing,~|11'| (13'how she |shtidies her hairsh|!13') I call her Sosy10'| |12'''because she's sosiety for me12'''| |14and she says |asassy sossya| while I say sassy and she says will you have some more scorns while I say won't you take a few more schools and she talks about ithel dear while I simply never talk about athel darling.º14| |14but But14| she'sº nice |s13|shfor enticing my friendssh| |xand |shshe loves your stylesh|x|s13|,ºv6| |10'considering she breaks inº me shoes for me when I've arch trouble,º10'| |12'''and she would kiss my white arms for me so gratefully12'''| |10but apart from that she's |11'terribly11'| nice really, my sistherº,10| round the elbow of Erne |v6street lower Streetº (15Lower Lower.º15)v6|5| (15and Andº15) I'll be strictly |v6true and private forbidden always and truev6| |5in my own way5| |5, Jer,5| |v6and private |10'where I will long long to betrue you along with one who will so |s12be trueyou betrue yous12| that not once while I beº |s12betrow betreus12| him not once willº he |~be~| betray himself10'|.v6| |s13|shCan't you understand?sh|s13| |13|aHere swheare!ºa| |shO bothersh|, |shI must tell the |atruth troutha|sh|! |shMy |alast latesta| lad's loveliletter I am sore I done something with.sh| |shI like him lots coss he never cusses. Pity bonhom. Pip pet.sh| |shI shouldn't say he's prettysh| but |shI'm cocksure he's shy. Why I love taking him out when I unletched his cordon gate. Ope, Jack, and atem! Obeathe my odoursº and he dote so. He fell for my lips, for my lisp, for my lewd speaker. I felt for his strength, his manhood, his — doº you mind?sh| |shThere can be no candle to hold to it, can there?sh|13| |v6and Andv6|, of course, |5dear professor,º (13'you |shI understand.sh| You13') can trust me that though I change thy name |v6but not thy though not thev6| letter5| never |10while I become engaged with my |afirsta| horsepower(13', |shmasterthief of heartssh|,13')10| |11'|~that he has bought me in his wellingtons~|11'| |v6will I I willv6| give |5you your lovely face of mine5| away(13', |shmy boyish bob,sh| |s+not for |shtons of donkeyssh|,s+|13') |5to |amy |v6the myv6|a| second |10'mate, mate with the twirlers,º10'| the |10'|agoodlooking |~godlooking~|a| |~devil &~|10'| |10'engineer Engineerº10'| |11'|~what you haven't got~|11'| |10'with a passionflowerº10'| |10'(O,º the wicked untruth! |aWhatº a tell!a| |s12Thatº he has bought
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,ºs12| you citch water on the wagon for me being turned a star I'll dubeurry my two fesces under Pouts Vanisha Creme|11', their way for spilling creem,º11'| and, accent,10| |11'umto extend my |~pursonality personnalitey~| to the |~latest latents,º~|11'| I'll |5dress boy me for myself5| only |v6in ofv6| |5pensive grey expensive |agrey waterproof |10'grey rainproof rainproof of pinked elephant's breathº grey10'|a| |a|v6in |10'of inº10'|v6| the loveliest |11sheerest|err,err|º dearest, dearestº11| |bwidowhood |v6widow's hood widowshoodv6|b|a| |aoverall over |10'|~sheerest~|10'| |10airforce10| blue I am |bsob| wild for|v6, my precious |aoncea|,v6| |s13|shHope Bros,º Faith Street, Charity Corner,sh|s13| |v6like asv6| the bee loves her skyhighº |s13|shFo, for I always had a crush on heliotrope since the dusess of yore cycled round the Finest Park.sh|s13|a|5| |5till you resemble me5| |v6and, listen, |13and Andº13| listen.ºv6| |11'And never mind me laughing at what's |~at? Error! at. Ever!º~|11'| |s13I was in the (15nerves, nerves15) |shbut it's my last daysh|.s13| |v6always Alwaysv6| about this hour|5, I'm sorry,º5| |4I'll |10'when |~when, after do my little business when |13|shour gamings for Bruin
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