ULYSSES NOTESHEETS

Eumeus Notesheets

Print edition: Phillip F. Herring, ed., Joyce's Ulysses Notesheets at the British Museum (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia 1972), 368-414.

MS: British Library Add. MS 49975 fols. 22-23 Notesheet details

Eumeus sector 1


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Eumeus: sector 1(a)
EUMEUS
Eumeus: sector 1(b)
pale in the face Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(c)
cohabit Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(d)
end of his resources,
Eumeus: sector 1(e)
made light of it Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(f)
marriage market Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 1(g)
scheme fell through Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(h)
1d. to her name Blue
Note: Also copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ak) for UG 16.1563.
Eumeus: sector 1(i)
globetrotter Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(j)
containing the habitual Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(k)
in the shape of solid food Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(l)
got into hot water ~ Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(m)
~ (O'Call) Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(n)
slouchy Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(o)
make matters worse Red
Eumeus: sector 1(p)
to benefit his health Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(q)
a new lease of life Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(r)
you can safely say Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):048(an) for UG 16.1746.
Eumeus: sector 1(s)
then an incident happened (sailor goes out) Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(t)
on the spur of the moment Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(u)
in its most virulent form Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(v)
cured of his partiality Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(w)
turning money away Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(x)
he could truthfully state Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(aa)
extraordinary interest was aroused at the time Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ab)
affectionate letters passed between them Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ac)
gathered from the fact
Eumeus: sector 1(ad)
an attachment sprang up Red
Eumeus: sector 1(ae)
6-16, Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(af)
tattoo Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ag)
Edw. VII House of Lords tattoo all the go then Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ah)
Roger Chas Tichborne. SS. Bella Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ai)
evidence went to show Red
Eumeus: sector 1(aj)
lord Bellew, Indian ink. Red
Eumeus: sector 1(ak)
in a large way of business Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(al)
financial magnates Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(am)
it pointed a moral Red
Eumeus: sector 1(an)
proclivities Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ao)
dictates of humanity Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ap)
monetarily & mentally Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(aq)
Now you mention it Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ar)
true to their salt Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(as)
far from it Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(at)
bow to the inevitable Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(au)
historic Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(av)
under all the circs Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ba)
abbreviations Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 1(bb)
sweet nothings Red
Eumeus: sector 1(bc)
enjoyed the distinction Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bd)
take unto himself Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(be)
took it for granted Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bf)
conversazione Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bg)
step in the required direction Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bh)
alongside Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bi)
a wide berth Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(al) for UG 16.938.
Eumeus: sector 1(bj)
sneaking sympathy (Land Act LB) Blue
Note: See also Sheet 14.073(j).
Eumeus: sector 1(bk)
reverting to Red
Eumeus: sector 1(bl)
owed his death Red
Eumeus: sector 1(bm)
it became necessary for him to Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bn)
I didn't think he had it in him Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bo)
clue to his whereabouts Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bp)
brought home to him Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bq)
P.C. was the man who Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(am)
Eumeus: sector 1(br)
and find him he did Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(an) for UG 16.1516.
Eumeus: sector 1(bs)
when it suited him Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 1(bt)
forthcoming Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bu)
with dramatic force Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(bv)
idol feet of clay Red
Eumeus: sector 1(ca)
left no loophole Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cb)
pin his faith to Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cc)
make for fitness
Eumeus: sector 1(cd)
he lay low Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.003(ae); recopied to Sheet 16.017(c) for UG 16.1300.
Eumeus: sector 1(ce)
intimated Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cf)
made the facts public Red
Eumeus: sector 1(cg)
marked difference in their ages Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ch)
without a care in the world Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ci)
changed hands for £250
Eumeus: sector 1(cj)
take by storm Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(ck)
had not contributed a copper Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cl)
his aim clearly was to clear out Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cm)
redeeming feature Red
Eumeus: sector 1(cn)
radically altered Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ao) for UG 16.934.
Eumeus: sector 1(co)
hold their own
Eumeus: sector 1(cp)
conveyed the impression Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cq)
stigmatised
Eumeus: sector 1(cr)
prove a success Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cs)
as luck wd. have it Red
Eumeus: sector 1(ct)
Mr B was the first to rise from his seat Blue
Eumeus: sector 1(cu)
four times the money Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ap) for UG 16.1700.
Eumeus: sector 1(cv)
would by any chance you Blue
Note: Also copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(aq) for UG 16.85.

Eumeus sector 2


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Eumeus: sector 2(a)
fictitious Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(b)
turn of mind Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(c)
sticking to his original point Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(d)
conflicting versions Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(e)
related Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(f)
pending that Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(g)
tired of wedded life Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(h)
uncommonly able thief Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(i)
baffled (beggars) description Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(at) for UG 16.599.
Eumeus: sector 2(j)
fond lover's ways Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(k)
for reasons known to self Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(l)
all about art Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(m)
twitted with being Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(n)
meted out Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 2(o)
try to realize
Eumeus: sector 2(p)
dictums Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(q)
prior to then Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(r)
what earthly reason Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(s)
pertinent suggestion (change the subject) Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(t)
a rare boon Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(u)
reason to believe
Eumeus: sector 2(v)
loyal to the core Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 2(aa)
a little bit previous Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 2(ab)
hidebound precedent Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ac)
same remark applies to Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ad)
one jot of Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ae)
to vary the adage Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(af)
bring common sense to bear on it Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ag)
I fail to see Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ah)
a most glaring piece of Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):055(cb).
Eumeus: sector 2(ai)
afford great pleasure if he would let him help Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(aj)
as distinct from Red
Eumeus: sector 2(ak)
I know my WS Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(al)
flutter in the dovecotes Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(am)
absent from his wit
Eumeus: sector 2(an)
Platonic Red
Eumeus: sector 2(ao)
made no secret Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ap)
gadding about Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 2(aq)
on record Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ar)
mutually useful Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(as)
he drank Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(at)
hit upon the expedient Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(au)
had a vogue Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(av)
try to concentrate Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ba)
by all means Green
Eumeus: sector 2(bb)
crux Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bc)
1st. impression Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bd)
for one thing Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(be)
approached Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bf)
quixotic Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bg)
best of the bunch Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bh)
bibulous Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bi)
made a lot of him Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bj)
made the most of Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 2(bk)
capital Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):031(ci).
Eumeus: sector 2(bl)
humorous element Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bm)
in safe hands Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bn)
afford to ignore it Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.014(bc).
Eumeus: sector 2(bo)
age no bar Blue
Note: Not in 1922 or 2017 texts but it is in 1984 (16.1629).
Eumeus: sector 2(bp)
on a recent occasion Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bq)
preliminary canter Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(br)
hails from Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(e), Sheet 12.003(ak), Sheet 12.003(as) and Sheet 16.017(d).
Eumeus: sector 2(bs)
the uttermost farthing Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 2(bt)
much to answer for Red
Eumeus: sector 2(bu)
instilled those ideas Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(bv)
transparent heart
Eumeus: sector 2(ca)
wise precaution Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(cb)
without a moment's hesitation Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(cc)
the why & wherefores Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(cd)
chronic impecuniosity Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ce)
[outside] of the strictly entre nous variety Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(cf)
public at large Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(cg)
plain sailing Blue
Eumeus: sector 2(ch)
dunderheads Blue

Eumeus sector 3


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Eumeus: sector 3(a)
ablutions Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(b)
he concurred Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(c)
men in the plural Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(d)
dumpy Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: UG16.922 from UN5 (NLI.5B):012(af)
Eumeus: sector 3(e)
framed in a pleasing fashion
Eumeus: sector 3(f)
imbued with proper spirit Blue
Note: Not in 1922 or 2017 texts but it is in 1984 (16.1124).
Eumeus: sector 3(g)
greatly improved Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 3(h)
had not been able to be found
Eumeus: sector 3(i)
Simon Magus Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):038(df)
Eumeus: sector 3(j)
train over arm Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):038(dg)
Eumeus: sector 3(k)
that worthy Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(l)
good graces Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(m)
[like] nor its reverse Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(n)
ask for it! beg! Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 3(o)
this pest! rid Dublin of Red
Note: See Sheet 15.069(o)
Eumeus: sector 3(p)
object of curiosity Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(q)
fits & starts Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(an) for UG 16.1276.
Eumeus: sector 3(r)
give points to Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(s)
handsome of him
Eumeus: sector 3(t)
en route Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(u)
guardian of law Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ar) for UG 16.81.
Eumeus: sector 3(v)
LB speaks to the Nox Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):038(di)
Eumeus: sector 3(aa)
landed in hot water Red
Eumeus: sector 3(ab)
pomp
Eumeus: sector 3(ac)
odalisk Red
Note: See UN4 (NLI.5A):038(dj) for 15.1332.
Eumeus: sector 3(ad)
manifested impatience Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(ae)
model household Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 3(af)
far reaching effect Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(ag)
temporize
Eumeus: sector 3(ah)
of [so] doing Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):048(q).
Eumeus: sector 3(ai)
never said a word Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(aj)
seemingly Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 3(ak)
not knowing their own minds Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.022(j) below.
Eumeus: sector 3(al)
here today & gone tomorrow Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(as) for UG 16.1224.
Eumeus: sector 3(am)
LB & whistle Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(an)
impromptu Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(ao)
vast amt of harm Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(ap)
for the matter of that Blue
Eumeus: sector 3(aq)
until he chose to Blue

Eumeus sector 4


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Eumeus: sector 4(a)
ejaculated Blue
Note: 16.1418 later, level 6.
Eumeus: sector 4(b)
our mutual friend Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(c)
wend his way towards Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(d)
apparently Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(e)
it never transpired Red
Eumeus: sector 4(f)
as it is Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(g)
a lifelong slur Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(h)
proved to be Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(i)
in the act of Blue
Note: 16.1376 later, level 7.
Eumeus: sector 4(j)
occurrence took place Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(k)
as well as if it was yesterday Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(l)
a female Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(m)
involving Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(n)
only man outside of
Eumeus: sector 4(o)
should it meet the eye of
Eumeus: sector 4(p)
pretty thick that Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(q)
bona fides Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(au) for UG 16.498; see also Sheet 16.023(j) below.
Eumeus: sector 4(r)
pro rata Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(av) for UG 16.1134.
Eumeus: sector 4(s)
sustained a broken neck Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 4(t)
came into money
Eumeus: sector 4(u)
grand total Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(v)
fast breaking up Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 4(w)
qualified man Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(cv)
Eumeus: sector 4(aa)
rulings of fate Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 4(ab)
tuitions Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ba) for UG 16.1841.
Eumeus: sector 4(ac)
a few odd moments Red
Eumeus: sector 4(ad)
how to word it Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(ae)
scar
Eumeus: sector 4(af)
guesswork Red
Eumeus: sector 4(ag)
failed to disclose
Eumeus: sector 4(ah)
peruse Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(ai)
repose confidence Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(aj)
to good advantages
Eumeus: sector 4(ak)
cares of office Blue
Eumeus: sector 4(al)
play lead (CSP.)

Eumeus sector 5


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Eumeus: sector 5(a)
How -- was told Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(b)
erroneously Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.005(ae)
Eumeus: sector 5(c)
paid 15∕ vi Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(d)
roughly a doz years ago Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(s) for UG 16.606.
Eumeus: sector 5(e)
SD returned the compliment Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(f)
rural parts Red
Eumeus: sector 5(g)
90 in the shade Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(h)
wily old cust Blue
Note: See also M04.030(cm).
Eumeus: sector 5(i)
cooked his goose effectually Red
Eumeus: sector 5(j)
look of settled purpose Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(k)
stake in country Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(l)
debut Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(m)
axe to grind Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(n)
come within his special province Red
Eumeus: sector 5(o)
gruesome Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(p)
distinctly stouter Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(q)
barefaced fraud Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):030(bg) for UG 16.730, and UN7 (V.A.2):004(bk) for UG 18.74.
Eumeus: sector 5(r)
wooden structure Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(s)
youthful tyro Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.005(bf) below.
Eumeus: sector 5(t)
the tale goes Not cancelled
Note: Not in final (1922) text.
Eumeus: sector 5(u)
means of knowing
Eumeus: sector 5(v)
good Samaritan Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(aa)
regarded with affection Red
Eumeus: sector 5(ab)
brain v brawn Red
Eumeus: sector 5(ac)
thought it was something to do with -- Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(ad)
remembered dimly Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(ae)
erroneously Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.005(b)
Eumeus: sector 5(af)
under false colours Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ca) for UG 16.496.
Eumeus: sector 5(ag)
not as a habitual practice Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(ah)
demimonde Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(ai)
dabbling in politics Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(aj)
he had not been speaking the truth
Eumeus: sector 5(ak)
I remain with much love Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(al)
on the quiet Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(am)
names were coupled Red
Eumeus: sector 5(an)
seduced Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 5(ao)
saw an act of impropriety between the two Red
Note: See also Sheet 16.009(b) below.
Eumeus: sector 5(ap)
culminating in Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(aq)
There followed a lengthy pause Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(ar)
funny, very. Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(as)
looked in direction of door, Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(at)
no matter what the cause is from, Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bu) for UG 16.732.
Eumeus: sector 5(au)
would answer (suit) very well Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bv) for UG 16.16.
Eumeus: sector 5(av)
receive a black eye
Eumeus: sector 5(ba)
inadequate means Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(bb)
begin to get busy with knife
Eumeus: sector 5(bc)
wouldn't hold water Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bt) for UG 16.1588.
Eumeus: sector 5(bd)
press his attentions on her Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(be)
professional whistler Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bp) for UG 16.29.
Eumeus: sector 5(bf)
youthful tyro, Blue
Note: See Sheet 16.005(s) above.
Eumeus: sector 5(bg)
verged on the tropical Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(bh)
painting the town tolerably pink Blue
Note: Also copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bo).
Eumeus: sector 5(bi)
pass it off as a jest Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(bj)
last of Mohicans Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(bk)
Bl. [dummy] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 5(bl)
irate Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(bm)
Standard work on subject Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(bn)
living in hopes Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 5(bo)
genuine forgery Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bn) for UG 16.781.
Eumeus: sector 5(bp)
bring off a coup Red
Eumeus: sector 5(bq)
'blarney' Blue
Eumeus: sector 5(br)
amused at his expense Blue
Note: now 16.725
Eumeus: sector 5(bs)
[love] was the thing then
Eumeus: sector 5(bt)
in full swing
Eumeus: sector 5(bu)
indulge in recriminations Blue

Eumeus sector 6


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Eumeus: sector 6(a)
while we mortals
Eumeus: sector 6(b)
retracted
Eumeus: sector 6(c)
a dog in church
Eumeus: sector 6(d)
throws a sidelight Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(e)
Deucalion - Crete
Eumeus: sector 6(f)
or whatever you like to call it Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(g)
legal luminary Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(h)
[then] could be seen [there]
Eumeus: sector 6(i)
hilarious moment Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(j)
playgoers
Note: Repeated below Sheet 16.006(bh).
Eumeus: sector 6(k)
chew with gusto Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cd) for UG 8.760.
Eumeus: sector 6(l)
[sermon] of a high order Red
Eumeus: sector 6(m)
the billing Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(n)
augmented Red
Note: See also Sheet 16.009(ac) below.
Eumeus: sector 6(o)
glutton for work Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cc)
Eumeus: sector 6(p)
veneer Red
Eumeus: sector 6(q)
virtuoso Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(r)
detected Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(s)
evade capture
Eumeus: sector 6(t)
fast women Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(u)
Brummagem Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ag)
Eumeus: sector 6(v)
alive & well
Eumeus: sector 6(aa)
bask in her smiles Red
Note: See also Sheet 16.012(i)
Eumeus: sector 6(ab)
seeing coast clear Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(ac)
followed with interest Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(ad)
quite all right
Eumeus: sector 6(ae)
in pursuit of his philosophy Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(af)
surface knowledge of Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(ag)
illfated
Eumeus: sector 6(ah)
let yr. motto be Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 6(ai)
municipal supernumerary Red
Eumeus: sector 6(aj)
militate against Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(ak)
foregone conclusion Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(al)
upshot was Blue
Note: Also copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(br)
Eumeus: sector 6(am)
causes its own reward
Eumeus: sector 6(an)
sacred edifice Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(ao)
heaps of love Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bs); see also UN4 (NLI.5A):017(ap): heaps of time.
Eumeus: sector 6(ap)
practitioner Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(aq)
respectably connected Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(ar)
perambulations Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cf) for UG 16.1076.
Eumeus: sector 6(as)
candidly Red
Eumeus: sector 6(at)
write me down a fool
Eumeus: sector 6(au)
consult a specialist Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ce) for UG 16.1317.
Eumeus: sector 6(av)
cold douche Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(ba)
in the wide
Eumeus: sector 6(bb)
on a dozen occasions Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(bc)
Bbbblllblbllblobschb Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(bd)
lady who is now my wife Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bq)
Eumeus: sector 6(be)
disparaging Blue
Eumeus: sector 6(bf)
to deprecate you Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):033(an).
Eumeus: sector 6(bg)
lurid Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):048(al) for UG 16.1011.
Eumeus: sector 6(bh)
playgoers
Note: Repeated above Sheet 16.006(j).
Eumeus: sector 6(bi)
early in life Red
Eumeus: sector 6(bj)
reading of part

Eumeus sector 7


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Eumeus: sector 7(a)
plaintiff Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 7(b)
1d. piece
Eumeus: sector 7(c)
pry into Blue
Note: See also Sheet 14.080(i)
Eumeus: sector 7(d)
fracas Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(e)
passage of arms Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(f)
would you be surprised to learn? Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(g)
in a heated fashion Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(h)
carved his way to fame Red
Eumeus: sector 7(i)
innuendo Red
Eumeus: sector 7(j)
mooted Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(k)
6chamber revolver Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(l)
boodle Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):043(o). Recopied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bi) for UG 16.125.
Eumeus: sector 7(m)
ventilate the matter Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bj) for UG 16.746.
Eumeus: sector 7(n)
Xmas festivities Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bk) for UG 16.1835.
Eumeus: sector 7(o)
lessee Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 7(p)
at this stage Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(q)
finale Red
Eumeus: sector 7(r)
preyed on mind Red
Eumeus: sector 7(s)
swing for it Green
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.053(ab).
Eumeus: sector 7(t)
share her bedroom Red
Eumeus: sector 7(u)
reminded him forcibly Red
Eumeus: sector 7(v)
ended in blows Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(aa)
large size lady Blue
Note: Repeated below Sheet 16.007(ah).
Eumeus: sector 7(ab)
despite its Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ah) for UG 16.999.
Eumeus: sector 7(ac)
all very fine Blue
Note: See also UN6 (NLI.4):015(ds).
Eumeus: sector 7(ad)
transparently Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(ae)
a much injured person Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(af)
command his price Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):030(f) for UG 16.1823.
Eumeus: sector 7(ag)
carried away wave of folly Red
Eumeus: sector 7(ah)
large size lady Red
Note: Repeated above Sheet 16.007(aa).
Eumeus: sector 7(ai)
the ruse worked Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(aj)
sever his connection with Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(ak)
of no common calibre Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(al)
embodiment
Eumeus: sector 7(am)
a gentle answer turns away wrath Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):055(l)
Eumeus: sector 7(an)
ingress & egress
Eumeus: sector 7(ao)
rack their feelings Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(ap)
a bit of perfect poetry in its way Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bl) for UG 16.428.
Eumeus: sector 7(aq)
impetuosity Red
Eumeus: sector 7(ar)
in tyro affections Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 7(as)
poles apart Red
Eumeus: sector 7(at)
synopsis Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(au)
honest & aboveboard Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bm) for UG 16.1484.
Eumeus: sector 7(av)
forlorn hope Red
Eumeus: sector 7(ba)
proclaim from housetop Red
Eumeus: sector 7(bb)
marked the termination Red
Eumeus: sector 7(bc)
in private life Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(bd)
[??] to [seeing] him
Eumeus: sector 7(be)
affection with improper intent Blue
Eumeus: sector 7(bf)
their eyes conversing Red
Eumeus: sector 7(bg)
hold its own
Eumeus: sector 7(bh)
quite a clever anthony

Eumeus sector 8


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Eumeus: sector 8(a)
ten
Eumeus: sector 8(b)
who was known to B
Eumeus: sector 8(c)
splash page Blue
Eumeus: sector 8(d)
glands fugitive effect
Eumeus: sector 8(e)
on the preceding Monday Blue
Eumeus: sector 8(f)
magnificent specimen of manhood Red
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):042(s)
Eumeus: sector 8(g)
and mixed bathing Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cb) for UG 16.519.
Eumeus: sector 8(h)
-- a big if -- Blue
Eumeus: sector 8(i)
fresh complexion Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 8(j)
lifeline
Eumeus: sector 8(k)
impetus Blue
Eumeus: sector 8(l)
several 1∕ to the bad Red

Eumeus sector 9


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Eumeus: sector 9(a)
scarcely intended by nature Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(b)
improprieties between them Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 16.005(ao) above.
Eumeus: sector 9(c)
Did you say to me or I to you? Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 9(d)
What was I saying? Ah, yes, to be sure. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(db) for UG 16.1800 abd UN5 (NLI.5B):017(dc) for UG 16.364.
Eumeus: sector 9(e)
fell a victim to her charms Red
Eumeus: sector 9(f)
leader of men Red
Eumeus: sector 9(g)
palpably Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(h)
handicapped by the circumstance Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):031(ah) and Sheet 15.064(bj).
Eumeus: sector 9(i)
button Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 9(j)
fresh fields and pastures new Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(r) for UG 16.630.
Eumeus: sector 9(k)
neverfailing. Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(l)
consideration
Eumeus: sector 9(m)
was on tenterhooks
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):037(i) for 16.720.
Eumeus: sector 9(n)
transferred attentions Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(o)
congratulate himself on his decision Red
Eumeus: sector 9(p)
there hanging about Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(q)
nozzle Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cu) for UG 16.928.
Eumeus: sector 9(r)
harbour master Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(s)
as warm as toast Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(t)
encompass his downfall Red
Eumeus: sector 9(u)
run the normal course Green
Note: Repeated below Sheet 16.009(ai).
Eumeus: sector 9(v)
described as Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(aa)
as a bug in a rug
Eumeus: sector 9(ab)
& generally terrorising Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(ac)
augmented Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.006(n) above.
Eumeus: sector 9(ad)
acquainted with his movements Red
Eumeus: sector 9(ae)
a brother medico Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(di) for UG 16.97.
Eumeus: sector 9(af)
before many days
Eumeus: sector 9(ag)
leaving that for the moment Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(ah)
euchered Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cr) for UG 16.265.
Eumeus: sector 9(ai)
ran normal course Blue
Note: Repeated above Sheet 16.009(u).
Eumeus: sector 9(aj)
consistently refused Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(ak)
foaled
Eumeus: sector 9(al)
not much palatability about it Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(am)
once in a way Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(an)
from whom remarked emanated Red
Eumeus: sector 9(ao)
no concern of theirs absolutely Red
Eumeus: sector 9(ap)
forcible-feeble Philippic Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(aq)
[foreclosing] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 9(ar)
emolument Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):031(db)
Eumeus: sector 9(as)
from 1 or 2 remarks he let drop Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(at)
wrapped in red tape
Eumeus: sector 9(au)
strong to the verge of Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.009(ba) below.
Eumeus: sector 9(av)
not singly but in their 1000's Red
Eumeus: sector 9(ba)
strong to verge of weakness Red
Note: See also Sheet 16.009(au) above.
Eumeus: sector 9(bb)
LB in court dress Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 9(bc)
concoction Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.064(ad)
Eumeus: sector 9(bd)
no small [share] Blue
Eumeus: sector 9(be)
not up to much Red
Eumeus: sector 9(bf)
make the most of both countries Red
Eumeus: sector 9(bg)
petered out in a yawn or so Red
Eumeus: sector 9(bh)
supposition that sexual excesses led to wisdom

Eumeus sector 10


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Eumeus: sector 10(a)
pseudo Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.017(bv) for UG 16.1043ff, and UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ai).
Eumeus: sector 10(b)
ABS drinks from bottle
Note: Cf. 16.927
Eumeus: sector 10(c)
home ties Red
Eumeus: sector 10(d)
arrived on the scene Red
Eumeus: sector 10(e)
for reasons which will occur to you Red
Eumeus: sector 10(f)
nothing in common beyond name Red
Eumeus: sector 10(g)
to the full Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(h)
put a stop to Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(de) for UG 16.740.
Eumeus: sector 10(i)
puerile assertion
Eumeus: sector 10(j)
circumvent
Eumeus: sector 10(k)
from depths of armchair
Eumeus: sector 10(l)
show her charms in an open fashion Red
Eumeus: sector 10(m)
result being in the negative Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(n)
turned up Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(df) for UG 16.71.
Eumeus: sector 10(o)
suffering from lassitude generally Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(p)
eminently lends itself to Red
Eumeus: sector 10(q)
from little I know of you Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(r)
commanding figure Red
Eumeus: sector 10(s)
as it largely is Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(t)
refreshment of the [lightest]
Eumeus: sector 10(u)
on the face Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(v)
Mr James Rourke, Bloomfield, Merrion
Eumeus: sector 10(aa)
(i.e.) effete fogeydom Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(ab)
how's the behind? Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):020(bl) for UG 15.2886, and UN4 (NLI.5A):038(ab).
Eumeus: sector 10(ac)
he'd like [then] to be
Eumeus: sector 10(ad)
chuck it
Eumeus: sector 10(ae)
run on teetotal lines Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(af)
rarely, if ever Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(ag)
put his mind at rest Red
Eumeus: sector 10(ah)
father of a scheme for Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(dg), ended up in Finnegans Wake.
Eumeus: sector 10(ai)
bright youth
Eumeus: sector 10(aj)
professional status Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(ak)
troubles Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(al)
worshipped her
Eumeus: sector 10(am)
not a bad notion Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(an)
made him smell a rat Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(dh) for UG 16.1865.
Eumeus: sector 10(ao)
£sd Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 10(ap)
not |aonea| particle of truth Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(aq)
make arrangements Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(ar)
tempting the fates Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(as)
whatever the season Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(at)
stalwart advocate Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(au)
nearer the mark Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 10(av)
hemmed & hawed
Eumeus: sector 10(ba)
monopolized Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bb)
egregious error
Eumeus: sector 10(bc)
ere then Red
Eumeus: sector 10(bd)
experienced remarkably rough weather Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(be)
her affections centred upon another Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bf)
the harmless necessary cat Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bg)
privilege which he keenly appreciated Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 10(bh)
LB saw CSP Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bi)
seaman Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bj)
touching drink Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bk)
epistle to Hebrews Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bl)
short of money
Eumeus: sector 10(bm)
LB never forgot trip in Erin's King (CSP) Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bn)
even supposing Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bo)
gave examples of an ex Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 10(bp)
proscenium “set” Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bq)
rightful owner
Eumeus: sector 10(br)
wrapped up in ... Blue
Eumeus: sector 10(bs)
& see a great alteration

Eumeus sector 11


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Eumeus: sector 11(a)
was not to be beaten
Eumeus: sector 11(b)
as far back as
Eumeus: sector 11(c)
not to mix up Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 11(d)
tender youth
Eumeus: sector 11(e)
after his exertions Red
Eumeus: sector 11(f)
audibly remarked Blue
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):007(bp).
Eumeus: sector 11(g)
pointed question turn a deaf ear Red
Eumeus: sector 11(h)
addicted to Red
Eumeus: sector 11(i)
lubric Red
Eumeus: sector 11(j)
sequel Red
Eumeus: sector 11(k)
upstairs room Red
Eumeus: sector 11(l)
local beadle
Note: See also Sheet 16.011(ad) below.
Eumeus: sector 11(m)
schooling Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(n)
meet needs of the case Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(o)
allembracing Red
Eumeus: sector 11(p)
taken down in writing Red
Eumeus: sector 11(q)
the residue Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 11(r)
So it is Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 11(s)
day of reckoning Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(t)
on that subject Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(u)
with the utmost Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(v)
a word of caution Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(aa)
to the number of 2 or 3 Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(ab)
every requisite Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(dk) for UG 16.1830.
Eumeus: sector 11(ac)
he took particular notice Blue
Eumeus: sector 11(ad)
local beadle Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 16.011(l) above.
Eumeus: sector 11(ae)
flusterfied Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(dj)
Eumeus: sector 11(af)
Lord Talbot de Malahide, heredit, lord admiral of M & the seas adjoining Blue
Note: See also from UN4 (NLI.5A):013(ch) and UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cj) for UG 10.156f.

Eumeus sector 12


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(Herring Eum-3) mid-columns

 
Eumeus: sector 12(a)
not practiced pen
Eumeus: sector 12(b)
rough and tumble Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(am).
Eumeus: sector 12(c)
our national poet Red
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(dd) for UG 16.782 and 16.840.
Eumeus: sector 12(d)
some crowned head Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ck)
Eumeus: sector 12(e)
tête à tête Blue
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):008(ap)
Eumeus: sector 12(f)
boisterous Red
Eumeus: sector 12(g)
more amenably
Eumeus: sector 12(h)
maudlin
Eumeus: sector 12(i)
bask in her smiles Red
Note: See also Sheet 16.006(aa)
Eumeus: sector 12(j)
blessed with brains Blue
Note: Also copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cv) for UG 16.1829.
Eumeus: sector 12(k)
his hand hurt Red
Eumeus: sector 12(l)
by the way Red
Eumeus: sector 12(m)
noncommital voice Red
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):043(bq).
Eumeus: sector 12(n)
a masculine voice
Eumeus: sector 12(o)
flimsy excuse
Eumeus: sector 12(p)
elated
Eumeus: sector 12(q)
remark about backstab (Trieste) Blue
Eumeus: sector 12(r)
opinions clashed Blue
Eumeus: sector 12(s)
ought to go a long way
Eumeus: sector 12(t)
the money question Red
Eumeus: sector 12(u)
squeamish Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cs) for UG 16.742.
Eumeus: sector 12(v)
can real love exist between married folk? poser. Red
Eumeus: sector 12(aa)
quartermaster on bridge
Eumeus: sector 12(ab)
SD shown letter he wrote drunk
Eumeus: sector 12(ac)
blow was diverted
Eumeus: sector 12(ad)
hang it, Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ct) for UG 16.544.

Eumeus sector 13


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Eumeus: sector 13(a)
stifled a yawn Red
Eumeus: sector 13(b)
soap to wash at fountains, as Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 13(c)
not over effusive Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(d)
passed some trivial remarks Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(e)
had his say Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(f)
gravest doubts Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(g)
any idea of the sort Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(h)
upon looking Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(i)
he had a grievance (airing) Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(j)
perpetrators of the outrage Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(k)
thought well to stir it first Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(l)
no matter where living Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(m)
truly amazing Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(n)
I might say that Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(o)
remarkable experiences Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(p)
profligate women Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(q)
not a day to be lost
Eumeus: sector 13(r)
well preserved man Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(s)
merely goes to show Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(t)
public property Red
Eumeus: sector 13(u)
evasively Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(v)
never more so Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(aa)
repeated he Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ab)
evil genius Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ac)
wrecked in his affections Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ad)
none to come up to her Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ae)
after mature reflection Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(af)
put coin in his way Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ag)
talk things over Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ah)
Ulysses S. Grant Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):002(q)
Eumeus: sector 13(ai)
resolved upon it Red
Eumeus: sector 13(aj)
none the less Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bg) for UG 16.866.
Eumeus: sector 13(ak)
on the spot Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(al)
familiarised with Blue
Note: Also copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bf), which see for UG 16.1178.
Eumeus: sector 13(am)
unlooked for occasion Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(an)
analogous scenes Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ao)
took him one side Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ap)
puff in paper Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(aq)
Mr D., senior Blue
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):007(bv)
Eumeus: sector 13(ar)
a great field for Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(as)
who panting and out of breath and whose --
Eumeus: sector 13(at)
trying Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(au)
the indomitable Bloom Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(av)
elite Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ba)
pay through the nose Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bb)
surplus steam Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bc)
singled out
Eumeus: sector 13(bd)
sank rather than sat Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(be)
coal in large quantities Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bf)
dame fortune Blue
Note: See also Sheet 14.058(l)
Eumeus: sector 13(bg)
mink coats & mink coats Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bh)
full bloom of womanhood Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bi)
liberal display Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bj)
single blessedness Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bk)
all star caste Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bl)
mischance
Eumeus: sector 13(bm)
providing Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bn)
temperamental Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bo)
by a trick of fate Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bp)
difficulties arose Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 13(bq)
regained his seat Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(br)
religious silence Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bs)
his bottom jaw Red
Eumeus: sector 13(bt)
a mitigant
Eumeus: sector 13(bu)
chamber of horrors Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(bv)
bath in morning Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(ca)
poor Pete Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(cb)
Convers. became general Blue
Eumeus: sector 13(cc)
[Breh] [??] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 13(cd)
fosterbrother Green
Eumeus: sector 13(ce)
faded to a degree Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):055(k), and UN4 (NLI.5A):042(ab) for UG 16.49.

Eumeus sector 14


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Eumeus: sector 14(a)
Laertes fasts [blank] Tel away
Eumeus: sector 14(b)
Dogs attack Ul not Tel.
Eumeus: sector 14(c)
Eum sais ship come in
Eumeus: sector 14(d)
Ul. don't tell her you saw me
Eumeus: sector 14(e)
not person he represented himself to be Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(f)
bone for the shadow Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(g)
going concern
Eumeus: sector 14(h)
what construction to put Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(i)
stuck to his guns Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ak).
Eumeus: sector 14(j)
embracing Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(l)
Eumeus: sector 14(k)
minor injuries Blue
Note: Also copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bb).
Eumeus: sector 14(l)
was promptly on the scene
Eumeus: sector 14(m)
request was complied with Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(n)
some little time subsequently Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(o)
cave [blank] Phorcys [blank] old man of sea
Eumeus: sector 14(p)
olive tree naiads
Eumeus: sector 14(q)
two forts at Queenstown Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):055(b), and UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bc) for UG 16.418. Forts Camden and Carlile were positioned west and east, respectively, at the entrance to Cork harbour.
Eumeus: sector 14(r)
sailor £sd in [bad haven] Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(s)
his own case |athata| he himself killed Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(t)
a fact Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.056(h).
Eumeus: sector 14(u)
burning interior Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(v)
considerable stir Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 14(aa)
perfectly certain Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ab)
among his other gay doings Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ac)
he entered holding the object Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ad)
his m took umbrage Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ae)
on that subject
Eumeus: sector 14(af)
LB a born adventurer Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ag)
perfectly simple Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ah)
manoeuvre about Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ai)
de rigueur Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(aj)
the old party Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ak)
entourage Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(al)
staggering blow Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(am)
everything pointed to the fact Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(an)
Mr B interposed with Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ao)
kidnapped
Eumeus: sector 14(ap)
touching Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(aq)
a pure invention Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ar)
floundering about Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(as)
welcome intelligence Red
Eumeus: sector 14(at)
in no uncertain tone Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(au)
hole & corner Blue
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):008(i).
Eumeus: sector 14(av)
dissertation Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(ba)
all that sort of thing Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(bb)
in the same strain Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(bc)
ignore Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 16.002(bn).
Eumeus: sector 14(bd)
weird looking specimen Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(be)
led up to it Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(bf)
incredibly small shoe for small foot Blue
Note: See Sheet 15.056(ab).
Eumeus: sector 14(bg)
penetrated Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(bh)
lodging in stomach Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(bi)
that's a good knife Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(bj)
loosened many a man's thighs Blue
Note: Not in final (1922) text.
Eumeus: sector 14(bk)
7 yrs. under him
Eumeus: sector 14(bl)
harbour fugitive Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 14(bm)
Pseud. could do jobs Red
Eumeus: sector 14(bn)
all night long Blue
Eumeus: sector 14(bo)
derelict Blue

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Eumeus: sector 15(a)
eighty odd Red
Eumeus: sector 15(b)
be it repeated Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(c)
absorbing Blue
Note: Omitted from draft 2; see also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ao) later insertion in same location (UG 16.1668) at draft 4.
Eumeus: sector 15(d)
Goahead race Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(e)
versatile Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(f)
ABS gone out after women Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(g)
returns you
Eumeus: sector 15(h)
impetus Blue
Note: Repeated at Sheet 16.008(k)
Eumeus: sector 15(i)
Eu. lets glass fall
Eumeus: sector 15(j)
made a sign while other not looking Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(k)
[sneaky gods fishy]
Eumeus: sector 15(l)
liquid fire Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bh) for UG 16.976.
Eumeus: sector 15(m)
where innocence is bliss Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(n)
funny story about coat
Eumeus: sector 15(o)
grandfather Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(p)
(shag?)
Eumeus: sector 15(q)
Abs kicks chap awake Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(r)
Pen brother & father advise her remarry
Eumeus: sector 15(s)
seat of honour
Eumeus: sector 15(t)
blind moon Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(u)
rainy night Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(v)
bottle in each pocket Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(aa)
those were the times Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(ab)
gone to consult oracle
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):012(a). Cf. 16.929ff.
Eumeus: sector 15(ac)
in a sober state Blue
Eumeus: sector 15(ad)
feck forks
Eumeus: sector 15(ae)
Ul. suppliant of Tel offers him seat
Eumeus: sector 15(af)
average man Blue

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(Herring Eum-4) miscellaneous

 
Eumeus: sector 16(a)
in the near future Blue
Eumeus: sector 16(b)
picked out by his facial expression Blue
Eumeus: sector 16(c)
parenthesised Blue
Eumeus: sector 16(d)
annoying part of it is Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(be)
Eumeus: sector 16(e)
108 MP's = suitors Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 16(f)
one laughs at [discomfiture] of other Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 16(g)
merry old soul Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(bd).
Eumeus: sector 16(h)
you're dreaming Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):021(av) for UG 15.378.
Eumeus: sector 16(i)
as it was Blue
Note: Repeated at Sheet 16.004(f)
Eumeus: sector 16(j)
LB knows man on gate Red
Eumeus: sector 16(k)
he remarked for the benefit of them all Blue
Eumeus: sector 16(l)
wanted by police
Eumeus: sector 16(m)
looking for him
Eumeus: sector 16(n)
generous to a fault Blue
Eumeus: sector 16(o)
that is Blue
Eumeus: sector 16(p)
quite beyond me Blue
Note: Not in final text
Eumeus: sector 16(q)
[spunging den or bowl with arrow]
Eumeus: sector 16(r)
[??] [??] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated

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Eumeus: sector 17(a)
E)
Note: Title, Eumeus: written in blue pencil in upper left corner. This is possibly the first sheet to have been drawn up.
Eumeus: sector 17(b)
Col. Everard Navan grows tobacco Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.003(e).
Eumeus: sector 17(c)
lay low Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.003(ae) and Sheet 16.001(cd).
Eumeus: sector 17(d)
hails from Blue
Note: See Sheet 16.002(br) for UG 16.419, UN5 (NLI.5B):017(e), Sheet 12.003(ak), Sheet 12.003(as).
Eumeus: sector 17(e)
queen's evidence Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(ae).
Eumeus: sector 17(f)
Dick Turpin, law.
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(af).
Eumeus: sector 17(g)
Private property conceded by all ∴ ~
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(ah).
Eumeus: sector 17(h)
Every man secondo needs or deeds? Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(ai).
Eumeus: sector 17(i)
La legge z'e per tutti (Peter the Painter)
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(cb).
Eumeus: sector 17(j)
Police helmet sweat
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(bf).
Eumeus: sector 17(k)
Every land govt. it merits Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(cn).
Eumeus: sector 17(l)
chummies & skivvies Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(m).
Eumeus: sector 17(m)
R.C. peasants backbone of empire Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(n)
Eumeus: sector 17(n)
French urinals
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(g).
Eumeus: sector 17(o)
why not [leave] between no 7, no 8 of same street Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(b).
Eumeus: sector 17(p)
intellectuals debtors of society Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(c).
Eumeus: sector 17(q)
Dead govern living
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(d).
Eumeus: sector 17(r)
History daughters of memory. Hume. Edw. II
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(h).
Eumeus: sector 17(s)
Heredity secured at cost of all.
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(s).
Eumeus: sector 17(t)
1 enslaved by many
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(ac).
Eumeus: sector 17(u)
Tyrants: elected:
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(v).
Eumeus: sector 17(v)
cut nose to please yr. face Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 13.014(p). See also Sheet 12.001(aa).
Eumeus: sector 17(aa)
Dilly's kitchen. Oatmeal water cat devours charred fishheads & eggshells heaped on brown paper. Shell cocoa in sootcoated kettle. Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(u).
Eumeus: sector 17(ab)
luck every chap gets his ration Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(ar).
Eumeus: sector 17(ac)
Lady Hamilton. Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(ah); recopied | to Sheet 16.026(ar).
Eumeus: sector 17(ad)
Judgement of Govt absurd between 2
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(ad).
Eumeus: sector 17(ae)
Altruism saves race, anarchy individual, half & half,
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(am)
Eumeus: sector 17(af)
Suffering proof of sin Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(bj).
Eumeus: sector 17(ag)
Circumcised coins
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(bp). See also Sheet 12.006(cj).
Eumeus: sector 17(ah)
Anarchy neither achieved nor suppressed by violence Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(ch).
Eumeus: sector 17(ai)
Justice, hard to state principles but room for improvement Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(cf).
Eumeus: sector 17(aj)
jail delivery Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(ca).
Eumeus: sector 17(ak)
felonsetting Not cancelled
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.004(bp).
Eumeus: sector 17(al)
Skin the Goat Darkgray
Note: And passim. See also UN4 (NLI.5A):020(eu), UN4 (NLI.5A):053(l), UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ae), and Sheet 12.014(g).
Eumeus: sector 17(am)
John Eglinton, crim. ass. 2 min, 10 years
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(l).
Eumeus: sector 17(an)
Freedom of money
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(al).
Eumeus: sector 17(ao)
State monster fed with our blood. Starve it.
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(ap).
Eumeus: sector 17(ap)
Election = 20 fools elect 1 genius.
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(at).
Eumeus: sector 17(aq)
R.C.C. money on false pretences Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(as).
Eumeus: sector 17(ar)
If they didn't believe in heaven work for it here Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(ar).
Eumeus: sector 17(as)
History - hokuspokus Lombroso on evidence Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(cj).
Eumeus: sector 17(at)
Exports £6 mill. pork, 5 & 5 eggs & butter Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(ch).
Eumeus: sector 17(au)
New York = New Jerus. New Dublin Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(db); recopied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(i).
Eumeus: sector 17(av)
Torquemada banish jews. Cromwell let them in. Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):017(i) via Sheet 12.015(l).
Eumeus: sector 17(aw)
Hebrew gymn. in Jaffa.
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.011(c).
Eumeus: sector 17(ba)
Crab & insects get all colour Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.011(p).
Eumeus: sector 17(bb)
Talismans Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 12.012(d), and Sheet 15.024(q) for UG 15.1313 and 15.2794.
Eumeus: sector 17(bc)
D.M.P. (A, Camden: B, Denzille: ~ Blue
Note: See also Sheet 12.011(ab).
Eumeus: sector 17(bd)
~ C, Cat & Cage: D, Island bridge: [E, [??]] Blue
Note: See also Sheet 12.011(ab).
Eumeus: sector 17(be)
Buckley & Russian general
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.011(ai).
Eumeus: sector 17(bf)
Marcella, midget queen Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.011(an). Marcella was a woman of dwarfish stature, with light mezzo-soprano voice who sang in the little waxworks theatre at the top of 30 Henry Street. See John Simpson, “Marcella, the Midget Queen” James Joyce Online Notes, September 2011.
Eumeus: sector 17(bg)
¾ globe is sea Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.011(cf).
Eumeus: sector 17(bh)
Sir Anthony MacDonnell left Euston for chief secretary's lodge Darkgray
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):008(d) via Sheet 12.007(f).
Eumeus: sector 17(bi)
Helen of Troy, Jenkin's ear. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.007(ao). See also UN2 (VI.D.7):038(h), UN2 (VI.D.7):038(i).
Eumeus: sector 17(bj)
Thalassocrats Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.011(aq).
Eumeus: sector 17(bk)
secured verdict by 1 length Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.008(a).
Eumeus: sector 17(bl)
where does yr father live? (I hear he is in Dublin) Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 17(bm)
I went out to seek misfortune Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.027(b) below.
Eumeus: sector 17(bn)
King's Proctor showed cause Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.007(g). See also UN4 (NLI.5A):037(co) for ‘quash’ (UG 16.1491).
xxxx The Times (London, 7 June 1904), 3
Eumeus: sector 17(bo)
Bennett race Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.007(k). See also Sheet 16.022(ae) below.
THE GORDON-BENNETT RACE.
Homburg is taking the Gordon-Bennett race seriously and, so far as the town is concerned, thoroughly. The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 7/1
Eumeus: sector 17(bp)
Decree nisi Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.007(g)
xxxx The Times (London, 7 June 1904), 3
Eumeus: sector 17(bq)
X heard tiding undismayed Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.008(s).
Eumeus: sector 17(br)
X marvelled at huguenot Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.010(d). See also UN3 (VIII.A.5):033(d).
Eumeus: sector 17(bs)
Tartan beard Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.008(t); recopied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(m) for UG 16.1676.
Eumeus: sector 17(bt)
Lottery hell, insurance (other fellow) Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.008(af).
Eumeus: sector 17(bu)
Irel fight E's wars. why Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.005(i).
Eumeus: sector 17(bv)
Odys & Pseudo = 2 impostors Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.005(j). See also Sheet 16.010(a) for UG 16.1050, and UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ai).
Eumeus: sector 17(ca)
Circumstantial evidence Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.005(ac).
Eumeus: sector 17(cb)
Violence invalidates contracts (violence of birth)
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.005(ad).
Eumeus: sector 17(cc)
Corny Kelleher Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 17(cd)
Bit of sugar for the bird Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 17(ce)
Ear of world = ear of deaf donkey
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.005(at).
Eumeus: sector 17(cf)
Why feed maniacs
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.005(ba).
Eumeus: sector 17(cg)
Dunleary Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.005(be); recopied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(n).
Eumeus: sector 17(ch)
Emmet's grave. Glasnv. S. Michan's. No-one knows.
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(m).
Eumeus: sector 17(ci)
Epitaph. prophecy: longer the better.
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(l).
Eumeus: sector 17(cj)
Ditto problem of birth. Stable no horse (cf. v. Eng. law.)
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(ca).
Eumeus: sector 17(ck)
Derwan's story of bucket of porter Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(ce), which also see for UG 15.584f.
Eumeus: sector 17(cl)
Matt Kane to make journey by long sea Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 13.013(f).
Eumeus: sector 17(cm)
child & smutty ad. All cocottes ([Langetti])
Note: Copied from Sheet 13.001(c).
Eumeus: sector 17(cn)
L.B. laid on brim of beaker a knave's nose.
Eumeus: sector 17(co)
L.B. son dentist, Bloom SD
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):003(k)
Eumeus: sector 17(cp)
to do a rere Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(o)
Eumeus: sector 17(cq)
appetite of homing sailors Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):001(n). Cf. 16.331ff.
Eumeus: sector 17(cr)
Taphians - pirates Blue
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):003(k); see also Sheet 13.017(ce). Not in 1922 or 2017 texts but it is in 1984 (16.460).
Eumeus: sector 17(cs)
Good, bad shepherd (hireling)
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):004(a).

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Eumeus: sector 18(a)
Circe = Calypso
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):005(k);
Eumeus: sector 18(b)
against emigration Darkgray
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):006(l).
Eumeus: sector 18(c)
sailor reads book Darkgray
Note: See also UN3 (VIII.A.5):006(m).
Eumeus: sector 18(d)
600 pigs
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):007(n).
Eumeus: sector 18(e)
apocrypha
Eumeus: sector 18(f)
Hengler's Circus Blue
Eumeus: sector 18(g)
Pen & Freier = Pan (monster) banished
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):009(j).
Eumeus: sector 18(h)
Cap. Weldon got Stephens away
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):022(a).
Eumeus: sector 18(i)
Best bloody man ever scuttled ship Blue
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):022(c).
Eumeus: sector 18(j)
circumnavigator Blue
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):022(d).
Eumeus: sector 18(k)
Capt. Costigan swam in dead dea.
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):022(b).
Eumeus: sector 18(l)
what's in middle of the earth.
Eumeus: sector 18(m)
amaxi - heavy car Blue
Eumeus: sector 18(n)
Der Mensch schämt sich des Mund [??]
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):029(m)
Eumeus: sector 18(o)
Lenehan gave wrong account of race Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bp)for UG 16.1285.
Eumeus: sector 18(p)
Peas and sulphate of copper Blue
Note: A number of cases were reported in the newspapers in the late nineteenth century of of greengrocers selling vegetables and especially bottled peas to which copper sulphate had been added to impart a fake, bright green appearance.
Eumeus: sector 18(q)
No-one give what he hasn't Blue
Eumeus: sector 18(r)
Coffee palace, ~ Blue
Eumeus: sector 18(s)
~ speculation, no competition Blue
Eumeus: sector 18(t)
Chinese boxes of little wax pellets. Put in water they open. Flowers boats Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.021(r).
Eumeus: sector 18(u)
Ascot meeting 1,000 sovs with 3000 in specie added, ~ Darkgray
Note: See also UN2 (VI.D.7):005(a), UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bh), and Sheet 19.003(h) for UG 16.1277.
THE ASCOT MEETING, Thursday. … THE GOLD CUP, value 1,000 sovs., with 3,000 sovs. in specie in addition, added to a sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, h ft; weight for age, with allowances; the second received 700 sovs. and the third 300 sovs. Two miles and a half. The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 12/1-2
Eumeus: sector 18(v)
~ Gold Cup 2½ m. ~ Darkgray
THE GOLD CUP, value 1,000 sovs., with 3,000 sovs. in specie in addition, added to a sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, h ft; weight for age, with allowances; the second received 700 sovs. and the third 300 sovs. Two miles and a half. The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 12/2
Note: See also UN2 (VI.D.7):005(a) for UG 12.1217, and UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bk) for UG 16.1284.
Eumeus: sector 18(w)
~ Mr F. Alexander's b.h. Throwaway by Rightway and Theale, 5 years 9 st. 4 lbs. W. Lane |1| ~ Darkgray
THE GOLD CUP […] Mr F. Alexander's b h THROWAWAY, by Rightway—Theale, 5 yrs, 9 st. 4 lb. (W. Lane) … 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ch c ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9 st. (M. Cannon) … 2
Mr. W. Bass's b f SCEPTRE, 5 yrs. 9 st. 1 lb. (O. Madden) … 3
Mr. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs. 9 st. 4 lb. (G. Stern) … 0
(Winner trained by Braime.) The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 12/2
Note: See also UN2 (VI.D.7):005(b), UN2 (VI.D.7):005(c), UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bi) and Sheet 19.003(j) for UG 16.1278f.
Eumeus: sector 18(aa)
~ Lord Howard de Walden's ch c. Zinfandel 4 years, 9 st., (M. Cannon) |2| ~ Darkgray
THE GOLD CUP […] Mr F. Alexander's b h THROWAWAY, by Rightway—Theale, 5 yrs, 9 st. 4 lb. (W. Lane) … 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ch c ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9 st. (M. Cannon) … 2
Mr. W. Bass's b f SCEPTRE, 5 yrs. 9 st. 1 lb. (O. Madden) … 3
Mr. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs. 9 st. 4 lb. (G. Stern) … 0
(Winner trained by Braime.) The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 12/2
Note: See also UN2 (VI.D.7):005(d) for UG 16.1224f, UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bj) for UG 16.1283f, and Sheet 19.003(k) for UG 16.1279f.
Eumeus: sector 18(ab)
~ Mr W. Bass's b. filly Sceptre 5 yrs. 9 st. (O Madden |3| ~ Darkgray
THE GOLD CUP […] Mr F. Alexander's b h THROWAWAY, by Rightway—Theale, 5 yrs, 9 st. 4 lb. (W. Lane) … 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ch c ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9 st. (M. Cannon) … 2
Mr. W. Bass's b f SCEPTRE, 5 yrs. 9 st. 1 lb. (O. Madden) … 3
Mr. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs. 9 st. 4 lb. (G. Stern) … 0
(Winner trained by Braime.) The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 12/2
Note: See also UN2 (VI.D.7):005(f), UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bl), and Sheet 19.003(k) for UG 16.1280.
Eumeus: sector 18(ac)
~ Also ran J. de Bremond's Maximum II 5 yrs. G. Stern ~ Darkgray
THE GOLD CUP […] Mr F. Alexander's b h THROWAWAY, by Rightway—Theale, 5 yrs, 9 st. 4 lb. (W. Lane) … 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ch c ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9 st. (M. Cannon) … 2
Mr. W. Bass's b f SCEPTRE, 5 yrs. 9 st. 1 lb. (O. Madden) … 3
Mr. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs. 9 st. 4 lb. (G. Stern) … 0
(Winner trained by Braime.) The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 12/2
Note: See also UN2 (VI.D.7):005(h).
Eumeus: sector 18(ad)
~ Winner trained by Braime Darkgray
THE GOLD CUP […] Mr F. Alexander's b h THROWAWAY, by Rightway—Theale, 5 yrs, 9 st. 4 lb. (W. Lane) … 1
Lord Howard de Walden's ch c ZINFANDEL, 4 yrs, 9 st. (M. Cannon) … 2
Mr. W. Bass's b f SCEPTRE, 5 yrs. 9 st. 1 lb. (O. Madden) … 3
Mr. J. de Bremond's Maximum II., 5 yrs. 9 st. 4 lb. (G. Stern) … 0
(Winner trained by Braime.) The Times (London, 17 June 1904), 12/2
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bm). See also Sheet 19.003(o).

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Eumeus: sector 19(a)
cabrank Blue
Eumeus: sector 19(b)
harebrained
Eumeus: sector 19(c)
Earl Cadogan presides at Cabdrivers' Benevolent Association dinner Darkgray
CABDRIVERS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. / 15, Soho-square, W. / Patron. / His MAJESTY The KING.
A FESTIVAL DINNER in aid of the ANNUITY FUND of the Association will be held in the Whitehall Rooms, Metropole Hotel, on Monday, the 27th instant, at 7.30 p.m.
THE EARL CADOGAN, K.G., in the Chair. The Times (London, 16 June 1904), 8/5
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):013(i).
Eumeus: sector 19(d)
streetwalker at door Blue
Eumeus: sector 19(e)
I like eating liquids Blue
Eumeus: sector 19(f)
box compass Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(p) for UG 16.497.
Eumeus: sector 19(g)
LB washes MB's linen Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 19(h)
Absinth weakens potency (debility)

Eumeus sector 20


BL Add MS 49475-23r(right) JJA 12:069
(Herring Eum-5) miscellaneous

 
Eumeus: sector 20(a)
eventually Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):031(n).
Eumeus: sector 20(b)
to start with Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(h) for UG 16.352.
Eumeus: sector 20(c)
deteriorated Blue
Eumeus: sector 20(d)
poohpooh Blue
Eumeus: sector 20(e)
declaim Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 20(f)
quale cumque de Parnellio Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(j).
Eumeus: sector 20(g)
nasal passage
Eumeus: sector 20(h)
slightly passée Blue
Eumeus: sector 20(i)
was gratified to learn
Eumeus: sector 20(j)
evening Blue
Eumeus: sector 20(k)
evince interest Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(k) for UG 16.235.
Eumeus: sector 20(l)
sea drowns body [blank] crowd ditto soul
Note: Copied from Cornell 25-8 Alphabetical notebook, “Dedalus (Stephen)”
Eumeus: sector 20(m)
obsequies Blue
Eumeus: sector 20(n)
Catholic eaten by 2 seas
Eumeus: sector 20(o)
happy lands - storia
Eumeus: sector 20(p)
mill. years E no coal Blue
Note: See also JN2 (Cornell.25):027(a).
Eumeus: sector 20(q)
by my way of thinking Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 20(r)
glum Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(q) for UG 16.1689.

Eumeus sector 21


BL Add MS 49475-23v JJA 12:070-71
(Herring Eum-6) main column

 
Eumeus: sector 21(a)
E)
Note: Eumeus: written in blue pencil in upper left corner.
Eumeus: sector 21(b)
He ceased: the horse having reached end of his course, halted and, before turning, reared proud feathered tail and let fall slowly upon the polished floor 4 smoking balls, Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(c)
up the fundament Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(d)
SD & LB stop in street several times Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(e)
Gradually resolute Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 21(f)
with a little goodwill Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(g)
cabm. shelter image of society Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(h)
Let him drink out of the saucer but not oblige me
Eumeus: sector 21(i)
flagellation
Eumeus: sector 21(j)
to escape druidesses Celts went east |afled to asiaa| & turned jews
Eumeus: sector 21(k)
in Arabia -- women the evil
Eumeus: sector 21(l)
put off the ways at Alexandra basin Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(m)
captives Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 21(n)
More thieves than handcuffs
Eumeus: sector 21(o)
12 men's votes, judge 13
Eumeus: sector 21(p)
judge Monahan
Eumeus: sector 21(q)
M.B. as good as new Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(r)
War between Moss street and Skinner's Alley Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(s)
Lie like old boots Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(t)
Not get much change out of him Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(u)
swear hole in 10 gallon pot Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(v)
Jans Pieter Sweelinck studied Venice, then went Amsterdam in Shakespeare's time [blank] Variations: My youth here has an end Johannes Jeep. Blue
Note: See also GN1 (Dzierbicki):016(a).
Eumeus: sector 21(aa)
LB - are all those stories true? Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(ab)
Put in by monks Blue
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):003(i)
Eumeus: sector 21(ac)
Did W.S. write Hamlet (LB to SD) Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(ad)
Eumaeus ought to have died (outlived his welcome) Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(ae)
Sailor stammers slightly liar &/or lefthanded, Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(af)
Confusion in the brain
Eumeus: sector 21(ag)
Old sailor got clothes and objects from others Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(ah)
Sailor cute in getting back objects Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(ai)
Postcard addressed other name Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(aj)
we come up Blue
Eumeus: sector 21(ak)
Athena disguised Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Cf. 16.704ff
Then Athene came nigh him in the guise of a young man, the herdsman of a flock, a young man most delicate, such as are the sons of kings. And she had a well-wrought mantle that fell in two folds about her shoulders, and beneath her smooth feet she had sandals bound, and a javelin in her hands. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 214
Eumeus: sector 21(al)
Ψευδαγγελος slew in Crete Orsilochus, s of Idomeneus who tried to rob him of Troy spoil, ambushed him Blue
And he uttered his voice and spake unto her winged words; yet he [Odysseus] did not speak the truth, but took back the word that was on his lips, for quick and crafty was his wit within his breast: ‘Of Ithaca have I heard tell, even in broad Crete, far over the seas; and now have I come hither myself with these my goods. And I left as much again to my children, when I turned outlaw for the slaying of the dear son of Idomeneus, Orsilochus, swift of foot, who in wide Crete was the swiftest of all men that live by bread. Now he would have despoiled me of all that booty of Troy, for the which I had endured pain of heart, in passing through the wars of men, and the grievous waves of the sea, for this cause that I would not do a favour to his father, and make me his squire in the land of the Trojans, but commanded other fellowship of mine own. So I smote him with a bronze-shod spear as he came home from the field, lying in ambush for him by the wayside, with one of my companions. […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 215
Eumeus: sector 21(am)
Pallas never knew then
Yet thou knewest not me, Pallas Athene, daughter of Zeus, who am always by thee and guard thee in all adventures. Yea, and I made thee to be beloved of all the Phaeacians. And now am I come hither to contrive a plot with thee and to hide away the goods, that by my counsel and design the noble Phaeacians gave thee on thy homeward way. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 217
Eumeus: sector 21(an)
Eum. curses Helen Darkgray
Then, O swineherd Eumaeus, didst thou answer him, saying: […] But he hath perished, as I would that all the stock of Helen had perished utterly, forasmuch as she hath caused the loosening of many a man's knees. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 224
Eumeus: sector 21(ao)
wooers eat best meat Darkgray
Eat now, stranger, such fare as thralls have to hand, even flesh of sucking pigs; but the fatted hogs the wooers devour, for they know not the wrath of the gods nor any pity. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 224
Eumeus: sector 21(ap)
Eum. boasts of Irish wealth Darkgray
[Eumaeus boasts of Odysseus' wealth] For surely his livelihood was great past telling, no lord in the dark mainland had so much, nor any in Ithaca itself; nay, not twenty men together have wealth so great, and I will tell thee the sum thereof. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 225
Eumeus: sector 21(aq)
Ul. eating all the time
So spake he, but Odysseus ceased not to eat flesh and drink wine right eagerly and in silence, and the while was sowing the seeds of evil for the wooers. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 225
Eumeus: sector 21(ar)
Eum. loq. ‘worshipful’ Ul.
[Long-winded Eumaeus continues:] Nor henceforth it is not for these that I sorrow so much, though I long to behold them with mine eyes in mine own country, but desire comes over me for Odysseus who is afar. His name, stranger, even though he is not here, it shameth me to speak, for he loved me exceedingly, and cared for me at heart; nay, I call him “worshipful,” albeit he is far hence. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 226f
Eumeus: sector 21(as)
Ul. doublemeaning
Then the steadfast goodly Odysseus spake to him again: ‘My friend, forasmuch as thou gainsayest utterly, and sayest that henceforth he will not come again, and thine heart is ever slow to believe, therefore will I tell thee not lightly but with an oath, that Odysseus shall return. […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 227
Eumeus: sector 21(at)
Eum. laments Telemachus off to Paris
But now I [Eumaeus] make a comfortless lament for the boy begotten of Odysseus, even for Telemachus. When the gods had reared him like a young sapling, and I thought that he would be no worse man among men than his dear father, glorious in form and face, some god or some man marred his good wits within him, and he went to fair Pylos after tidings of his sire. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 228
Eumeus: sector 21(au)
Talk all night Blue
And Odysseus of many counsels answered him saying: ‘Yea now, I will tell thee all most plainly. Might we have food and sweet wine enough to last for long, while we abide within thy hut to feast thereon in quiet, and others betake them to their work; then could I easily speak for a whole year, nor yet make a full end of telling all the troubles of my spirit, all the travail I have wrought by the will of the gods. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 228
Eumeus: sector 21(av)
Ul. upbraids Pallas sending off Telem. (didn't want son go to sea) Blue
And Odysseus of many counsels answered her [Pallas Athene] saying: ‘Nay, wherefore then didst thou not tell him, seeing thou hast knowledge of all? Was it, perchance, that he too may wander in sorrow over the unharvested seas, and that others may consume his livelihood? Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 220
Eumeus: sector 21(ba)
Eum. built a [nice] house / boars outside: 4 dogs
Now he found him sitting at the vestibule of the house, where his courtyard was builded high, in a place with wide prospect ; a great court it was and a fair, with free range round it. This the swineherd [Eumaeus] had builded by himself for the swine of his lord who was afar, and his mistress and the old man Laertes knew not of it. With stones from the quarry had he builded it, and coped it with a fence of white thorn, and he had split an oak to the dark core, and without he had driven stakes the whole length thereof on either side, set thick and close; and within the courtyard he made twelve styes hard by one another to be beds for the swine, and in each stye fifty grovelling swine were penned, brood swine; but the boars slept without. Now these were far fewer in number, the godlike wooers minishing them at their feasts, for the swineherd ever sent in the best of all the fatted hogs. And their tale was three hundred and threescore. And by them always slept four dogs, as fierce as wild beasts, which the swineherd had bred, a master of men. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 222
Eumeus: sector 21(bb)
taking off his boot that he bought Darkgray
Now he was fitting sandals to his feet, cutting a good brown oxhide, while the rest of his fellows, three in all, were abroad this way and that, with the droves of swine; while the fourth he had sent to the city to take a boar to the proud wooers, as needs he must, that they might sacrifice it and satisfy their soul with flesh. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 222f.
Eumeus: sector 21(bc)
Ul. set on by dogs ~ Darkgray
And of a sudden the baying dogs saw Odysseus, and they ran at him yelping, but Odysseus in his wariness sat him down, and let the staff fall from his hand. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 223
Eumeus: sector 21(bd)
~ lets staff fall Darkgray
And of a sudden the baying dogs saw Odysseus, and they ran at him yelping, but Odysseus in his wariness sat him down, and let the staff fall from his hand. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 223
Eumeus: sector 21(be)
Tel wants to start for Sandycove Red
Now Pallas Athene went to the wide land of Lacedaemon, to put the noble son of the great-hearted Odysseus in mind of his return, and to make him hasten his coming. And she found Telemachus, and the glorious son of Nestor, couched at the vestibule of the house of famous Menelaus. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 240
Eumeus: sector 21(bf)
Men. proposes to tour collect pots Darkgray
Then Menelaus, of the loud war cry, answered him: […] What and if thou art minded to pass through Hellas and mid Argos? So shall I too go with thee, and yoke thee horses and lead thee to the towns of men, and none shall send us empty away, but will give us some one thing to take with us, either a tripod of goodly bronze or a cauldron, or two mules or a golden chalice.' Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 242
Eumeus: sector 21(bg)
Men. Megap. & Helen give gifts, mixing bowl given him by another, ~
Then the prince [Menelaus] went down into the fragrant treasure chamber, not alone, for Helen went with him, and Megapenthes. […] And of the gifts, such as are treasures stored in my house, I will give thee the goodliest and greatest of price. I will give thee a mixing bowl beautifully wrought; it is all of silver and the lips thereof are finished with gold, the work of Hephaestus; and the hero Phaedimus the king of the Sidonians, gave it to me when his house sheltered me, on my coming thither. This cup I would give to thee. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 243f
Eumeus: sector 21(bh)
~ Helen gives weddingdress
And Helen came up, beautiful Helen, with the robe in her hands, and spake and hailed him ‘Lo! I too give thee this gift, dear child, a memorial of the hands of Helen, against the day of thy desire, even of thy bridal, for thy bride to wear it. But meanwhile let it lie by thy dear mother in her chamber. And may joy go with thee to thy well-builded house, and thine own country.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 244
Eumeus: sector 21(bi)
Men sends greeting to Nestor
[Menelaus] spake his greeting: ‘Farewell, knightly youths, and salute in my name Nestor, the shepherd of the people; for truly he was gentle to me as a father, while we sons of the Achaeans warred in the land of Troy.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 245
Eumeus: sector 21(bj)
Bird portent
And even as he spake a bird flew forth at his right hand, an eagle that bare in his claws a great white goose, a tame fowl from the yard, and men and women followed shouting. […] And long-robed Helen took the word and spake, saying ‘Hear me, and I will prophesy as the immortals put it into my heart, and as I deem it will be accomplished. Even as yonder eagle came down from the hill, the place of his birth and kin, and snatched away the goose that was fostered in the house, even so shall Odysseus return home after much trial and long wanderings and take vengeance; yea, or even now is he at home and sowing the seeds of evil for all the wooers.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 245
Eumeus: sector 21(bk)
Telem kicks Peisistratus awake Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Telemachus woke the son of Nestor out of sweet sleep, touching him with his heel, and spake to him, saying: ‘Awake, Peisistratus, son of Nestor, bring up thy horses of solid hoof, and yoke them beneath the car, that we may get forward on the road.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 241
Eumeus: sector 21(bl)
Telem doesn't thank Nestor Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
And soon thereafter they reached the steep hold of Pylos. Then Telemachus spake unto the son of Nestor, saying: ‘Son of Nestor, in what wise mightest thou make me a promise and fulfil my bidding? For we claim to be friends by reason of our fathers' friendship from of old. Moreover we are equals in age, and this journey shall turn to our greater love. Take me not hence past my ship, O fosterling of Zeus, but leave me there, lest that old man [Nestor] keep me in his house in my despite, out of his eager kindness, for I must go right quickly home.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 242
Eumeus: sector 21(bm)
Theoclym, long geneology manslayer Darkgray
Thus was he busy hereat and praying and making burnt offering to Athene, by the stern of the ship, when there drew nigh him one from a far country, that had slain his man and was fleeing from out of Argos. He was a soothsayer, and by his lineage he came of Melampus, […] This man's son it was, Theoclymenus by name, that now drew nigh and stood by Telemachus. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 247f
Eumeus: sector 21(bn)
Sailor's tale resembles SD's / Ps Ul's tale 〃 Ul's Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 21(bo)
Telem harbours Theoclym. Darkgray
And wise Telemachus answered him, saying: ‘Surely I will not drive thee [Theoclymenus] away from our good ship, if thou art fain to come. Follow thou with us then, and in Ithaca thou shalt be welcome to such things as we have.' Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 248
Eumeus: sector 21(bp)
Corley at door of shelter Darkgray
Note: Joyce is already setting the scene: Corley (Theoclymenus) will appear somewhere, looking to Stephen (Telemachus) for help in finding an escape-route out of some self-inflicted plight.
Eumeus: sector 21(bq)
Changes after a bob. story for you Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 21(br)
description of places passed Blue
And grey-eyed Athene sent them a favouring breeze, rushing violently through the clear sky that the ship might speedily finish her course over the salt water of the sea. So they passed by Crouni and Chalcis, a land of fair streams. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 249
Eumeus: sector 21(bs)
Ps Ul hates roaming, place as valet Blue
Now advise me well, and lend me a good guide by the way to lead me thither; and through the city will I wander alone as needs I must, if perchance one may give me a cup of water and a morsel of bread. […] By the favour of Hermes, the messenger, who gives grace and glory to all men's work, no mortal may vie with me in the business of a serving-man, in piling well a fire, in cleaving dry faggots, and in carving and roasting flesh and in pouring of wine, those oflSces wherein meaner men serve their betters.' Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 251
Eumeus: sector 21(bt)
In Amsterdam
Eumeus: sector 21(bu)
Asks for father & mother ~
But behold now, since thou stayest me here, and biddest me wait his coming, tell me of the mother of divine Odysseus, and of the father whom at his departure he left behind him on the threshold of old age; are they, it may be, yet alive beneath the sunlight, or already dead and within the house of Hades? Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 251
Eumeus: sector 21(ca)
Eum. fosterson of Laertes, with Ctimene
Then spake to him the swineherd [Eumaeus], a master of men: ‘Yea now, stranger, I will plainly tell thee all. Laertes yet lives, and prays evermore to Zeus that his life may waste from out his limbs within his halls. For he has wondrous sorrow for his son that is far away, and for the wedded lady his wise wife, whose death afflicted him in chief and brought him to old age before his day. […] So long as she was on earth, though in much sorrow, I was glad to ask and enquire concerning her, for that she herself had reared me along with long-robed Ctimene, her noble daughter, the youngest of her children. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 251
Eumeus: sector 21(cb)
Long nights, midnight sun
Then spake to him the swineherd, a master of men: ‘Stranger, since thou askest and questionest me hereof, give heed now in silence and make merry, and abide here drinking wine. Lo, the nights now are of length untold. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 252
Eumeus: sector 21(cc)
Eum. b in Syria, no deaths or sick
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: There is a certain isle called Syria, if haply thou hast heard tell of it, over above Ortygia, and there are the turning-places of the sun. It is not very great in compass, though a goodly isle, rich in herds, rich in flocks, with plenty of corn and wine. Dearth never enters the land, and no hateful sickness falls on wretched mortals. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 253
Note: Joyce misread ‘dearth’ as ‘death’.
Eumeus: sector 21(cd)
2 cities (K's & Q's County) father Ctesius King
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: In that isle are two cities, and the whole land is divided between them, and my father was king over the twain, Ctesius son of Ormenus, a man like to the Immortals. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 253
Eumeus: sector 21(ce)
Phenicians came. Phen. serv in house
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: Thither came the Phoenicians, mariners renowned, greedy merchant men, with countless gauds in a black ship. Now in my father's house was a Phoenician woman, tall and fair and skilled in bright handiwork; this woman the Phoenicians with their sleights beguiled. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 253
Eumeus: sector 21(cf)
fucked her washing clothes Darkgray
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: First as she was washing clothes, one of them lay with her in love by the hollow ship, for love beguiles the minds of womankind, even of the upright. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 253
Eumeus: sector 21(cg)
d. of Arybas of Sidon
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: Then he asked her who she was and whence she came, and straightway she showed him the lofty home of my father, saying: “From out of Sidon I avow that I come, a land rich in bronze, and I am the daugher of Arybas, the deeply wealthy. […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 253
Eumeus: sector 21(ch)
offer to bring her back
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: Then the man who had lain with her privily, answered “Say, wouldst thou now return home with us, that thou mayst look again on the lofty house of thy father and mother and on their faces? For truly they yet live, and have a name for wealth.” Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 254
Eumeus: sector 21(ci)
pretend not to know her
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: Now when they had sworn and done that oath, again the woman spake among them and answered, saying: “Hold your peace now, and let none of your fellows speak to me and greet me, if they meet me in the street, or even at the well, lest one go and tell it to the old man at home, and he suspect somewhat and bind me in hard bonds and devise death for all of you. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 254
Eumeus: sector 21(cj)
send messenger with chain to sell, ~
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: But they abode among us a whole year, and got together much wealth in their hollow ship. And when their hollow ship was now laden to depart, they sent a messenger to tell the tidings to the woman. There came a man versed in craft to my father's house, with a golden chain strung here and there with amber beads. Now the maidens in the hall and my lady mother were handling the chain and gazing on it, and offering him their price; but he had signed silently to the woman, and therewithal gat him away to the hollow ship. Then she took me by the hand and led me forth from the house. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 254f
Eumeus: sector 21(ck)
~ sign: all ready.
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: […] but he had signed silently to the woman, and therewithal gat him away to the hollow ship. Then she took me by the hand and led me forth from the house. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 255
Eumeus: sector 21(cl)
Stole 3 cups in blouse
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: And at the vestibule of the house she found the cups and the tables of the guests that had been feasting, who were in waiting on my father. They had gone forth to the session and the place of parley of the people. And she straightway hid three goblets in her bosom, and bare them away, and I followed in my innocence. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 255
Eumeus: sector 21(cm)
Artemis kills her. Laertes bought him
[Eumaeus tells Odysseus of his origins]: So they climbed on board and took us up with them, and sailed over the wet ways, and Zeus sent us a favouring wind. For six days we sailed by day and night continually; but when Zeus, son of Cronos, added the seventh day thereto, then Artemis, the archer, smote the woman that she fell, as a sea-swallow falls, with a plunge into the hold. And they cast her forth to be the prey of seals and fishes, but I was left stricken at heart. And wind and water bare them and brought them to Ithaca, where Laertes bought me with his possessions. And thus it chanced that mine eyes beheld this land. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 255
Eumeus: sector 21(cn)
Tel. sends ship alone ~
Now when they had put from them the desire of meat and drink, wise Telemachus first spake among them: ‘Do ye now drive the black ship to the city, while I will go to the fields and to the herdsmen, and at even I will return to the city, when I have seen my lands. And in the morning I will set by you the wages of the voyage, a good feast of flesh and of sweet wine.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 256
Eumeus: sector 21(co)
~ Pay off crew after Blue
Now when they had put from them the desire of meat and drink, wise Telemachus first spake among them: ‘Do ye now drive the black ship to the city, while I will go to the fields and to the herdsmen, and at even I will return to the city, when I have seen my lands. And in the morning I will set by you the wages of the voyage, a good feast of flesh and of sweet wine.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 256
Eumeus: sector 21(cp)
Theo asks if Si D can get job Darkgray
Then godlike Theoclymenus answered him [Telemachus]: ‘And whither shall I go, dear child? To what man's house shall I betake me, of such as are lords in rocky Ithaca? Shall I get me straight to thy mother and to thy home? Then wise Telemachus answered him, saying Theoclymenus, now in Ithaca, asks Telemachus where he should go. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 256
Eumeus: sector 21(cq)
Tel refers him to Eurym. ~ Darkgray
Then wise Telemachus answered him, saying: ‘In other case I would bid thee go even to our own house; for there is no lack of cheer for strangers, but now would it be worse for thyself, forasmuch as I shall be away nor would my mother see thee. For she comes not often in sight of the wooers in the house, but abides apart from them in her upper chamber, and weaves at her web. Yet there is one whom I will tell thee of, to whom thou mayst go, Eurymachus the glorious son of wise Polybus, whom now the men of Ithaca look on, even as if he were a god. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 256
Eumeus: sector 21(cr)
~ wooer
For she comes not often in sight of the wooers in the house, but abides apart from them in her upper chamber, and weaves at her web. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 256
Eumeus: sector 21(cs)
birdpotent
Then Theoclymenus called him apart from his fellows, and clasped his hand and spake and hailed him: ‘Telemachus, surely not without the god's will hath the bird flown out on the right, for I knew when I saw him that he was a bird of omen. There is no other house more kingly than yours in the land of Ithaca; nay, ye have ever the mastery.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 257
Eumeus: sector 21(ct)
Sends him to sleep in Pireus' house Darkgray
Then he spake to Piraeus, his trusty companion: ‘Piraeus, son of Clytius, thou that at other seasons hearkenest to me above all my company who went with me to Pylos, even now, I pray, lead this stranger [Theoclymenus] home with thee, and give heed to treat him lovingly and with worship in thy house till I come.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 257
Eumeus: sector 21(cu)
Sun in at other carriage window
Eumeus: sector 21(cv)
Ul. ship in harbour not moored
Therewith he went on board, and bade his men themselves to mount and loose the hawsers. And quickly they embarked and sat upon the benches. And Telemachus bound his goodly sandals beneath his feet, and seized a mighty spear, shod with sharp bronze, from the deck of the ship and his men loosed the hawsers. So they thrust off and sailed to the city, as Telemachus bade them, the dear son of divine Odysseus. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 257
Eumeus: sector 21(da)
Ul. offers chair
Then Telemachus passed within and crossed the threshold of stone. As he came near, his father Odysseus arose from his seat to give him place; but Telemachus, on his part, stayed him and spake saying: ‘Be seated, stranger, and we will find a seat some other where in our steading, and there is a man here to set it for us.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 260
Eumeus: sector 21(db)
Pseudo: Do you submit or are betrayed? Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Then the steadfast goodly Odysseus answered him: […] Say, dost thou willingly submit thee to oppression, or do the people through the township hate thee, obedient to the voice of a god? Or hast thou cause to blame thy brethren, in whose battle a man puts trust, even if a great feud arise? Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 262
Eumeus: sector 21(dc)
If I were what I was Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ah, would that I had the youth, as now I have the spirit, and were either the son of noble Odysseus or Odysseus' very self, straightway then might a stranger sever my head from off my neck, if I went not to the halls of Odysseus, son of Laertes, and made myself the bane of every man among them! Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 262
Eumeus: sector 21(dd)
House of [but 1] heir Blue
Then wise Telemachus answered him, saying: ‘Yea now, stranger, I will plainly tell thee all. There is no grudge and hatred borne me by the whole people, neither have I cause to blame my brethren, in whose battle a man puts trust, even if a great feud arise. For thus, as thou seest, Cronion has made us a house of but one heir. Arceisius got him one only son Laertes, and one only son Odysseus was begotten of his father, and Odysseus left me the only child of his getting in these halls, and had no joy of me; wherefore now are foemen innumerable in the house. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 262f
Eumeus: sector 21(de)
Ul. saved Anti's father
[Penelope rebukes Antinous]: What! knowest thou not of the day when thy father fled to this house in fear of the people, for verily they were exceeding wroth against him, because he had followed with Taphian sea robbers and harried the Thesprotians, who were at peace with us? So they wished to destroy thy father and wrest from him his dear life, and utterly to devour all his great and abundant livelihood; but Odysseus stayed and withheld them, for all their desire. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 272
Eumeus: sector 21(df)
Eurym. protests friendliness fateful
Then Eurymachus, son of Polybus, answered her saying: ‘[…] Wherefore Telemachus is far the dearest of all men to me, and I bid him have no fear of death, not firom the wooers' hands; but from the gods none may avoid it.’

Thus he spake comforting her, but was himself the while framing death for her son.

Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 273
Eumeus: sector 21(dg)
Return of Eurym. Not cancelled
And in the evening the goodly swineherd [Eumaeus] came back to Odysseus and his son, and they made ready and served the supper, when they had sacrificed a swine of a year old. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 273
Note: Joyce has replaced ‘Eumaeus’ with ‘Eurymachus’.
Eumeus: sector 21(dh)
Ul. & Tel. exchange smiles Blue
So spake he, and the mighty prince Telemachus smiled, and glanced at his father, while he shunned the eye of the swineherd. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 274
Eumeus: sector 21(di)
Ul. questions, to work together Darkgray
[Odysseus questions Telemachus]: But come, tell me all the tale of the wooers and their number, that I may know how many and what men they be, and that so I may commune with my good heart and advise me, whether we twain shall be able alone to make head against them without aid, or whether we should even seek succour of others. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 266
Eumeus: sector 21(dj)
Gods will help: Secrecy Darkgray
Then the steadfast goodly Odysseus answered him, saying: ‘Yea now, I will tell thee, and do thou mark and listen to me, and consider whether Athene with Father Zeus will suffice for us twain, or whether I shall cast about for some other champion.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 267
Eumeus: sector 21(dk)
T to take away sooty arms which provoke rows Blue
[Odysseus instructs Telemachus]: I will nod to thee with my head and do thou note it, and carry away all thy weapons of war that lie in the halls, and lay them down every one in the secret place of the lofty chamber. And when the wooers miss them and ask thee concerning them, thou shalt beguile them with soft words, saying: “Out of the smoke I laid them by, since they were no longer like those that Odysseus left behind him of old when he went to Troy, but they are wholly marred; so mightily hath passed upon them the vapour of fire. […] perchance, when ye are heated with wine, ye set a quarrel between you and wound one the other and thereby shame the feast and the wooing; for iron of itself draws a man thereto.” Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 268
Eumeus: sector 21(dl)
Ul proposes to sound people [blank] Tel contrary to this. Darkgray
[Odysseus instructs Telemachus]: Yea, and we would moreover make trial of certain of the men among the thralls, and learn who of them chances to honour us and to fear us heartily, and who regards us not at all and holds even thee in no esteem, so noble a man as thou art. […] [Telemachus replies]: But I deem not that this device of thine will be gainful to us twain, so I bid thee to give heed. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 268f

Eumeus sector 22


BL Add MS 49475-23v JJA 12:070-71
(Herring Eum-6) right column

 
Eumeus: sector 22(a)
If she were gone MB! Once the sheets were down & he feared Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(b)
LB to go journey. Stick in the mud took me for a wife Blue
Eumeus: sector 22(c)
sailor with holy medal Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(d)
Achilles' heel Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(e)
Sailor: calm in old age / sit looking at sea, tired of each other Blue
Eumeus: sector 22(f)
refusing to go with the constable Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(g)
Wm. Bird, player of virginal in Q E's chapel Blue
Eumeus: sector 22(h)
John Bull Blue
Eumeus: sector 22(i)
Cheer O Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 22(j)
Doesn't know his own mind. Darkgray
Note: See also Sheet 16.003(ak) above.
Eumeus: sector 22(k)
Go away from language to learn
Eumeus: sector 22(l)
SD & LB = idem)
Eumeus: sector 22(m)
Talk the matter over Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 22(n)
Hebrew dead language time of Jesus Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.030(bb)
Eumeus: sector 22(o)
after 20 centuries Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 22(p)
women pay taxes why not votes
Eumeus: sector 22(q)
End of the world fulfillment
Eumeus: sector 22(r)
ubi bene ibi patria Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(s)
LB boasts to SD of his reply to Citizen Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(t)
Mercadeante wrote Huguenots -- Blue
Eumeus: sector 22(u)
Seven Last Words by Meyerbeer Blue
Eumeus: sector 22(v)
LB & SD to his right walk Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(aa)
Blossoms of tree near house ripen quicker
Eumeus: sector 22(ab)
U near gas lamp (Heat or Light)
Eumeus: sector 22(ac)
MB's hair in photo, ~ Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 22(ad)
~ her face speaking likeness Darkgray
Note: See also Sheet 12.002(cf).
Eumeus: sector 22(ae)
Gordon Bennett Cup Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.007(k); see also Sheet 16.017(bo) above.
Eumeus: sector 22(af)
cave -- olivetrees -- bees.
Now at the harbour's head is a long-leaved olive tree, and hard by is a pleasant cave and shadowy, sacred to the nymphs, that are called the Naiads. And therein are mixing bowls and jars of stone, and there moreover do bees hive. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 210
Note: Arriving at Ithaca the Phaeacians bring the sleeping Odysseus ashore.
Eumeus: sector 22(ag)
Looms of stone, 2 gates (Men & gods) asleep with gifts
And there are great looms of stone, whereon the nymphs weave raiment of purple stain, a marvel to behold, and therein are waters welling evermore. Two gates there are to the cave, the one set toward the North Wind whereby men may go down, but the portals toward the South pertain rather to the gods, whereby men may not enter: it is the way of the immortals. […] And they took forth the goods which the lordly Phaeacians had given him on his homeward way by grace of the greathearted Athene. These they set in a heap by the trunk of the olive tree, a little aside from the road, lest some wayfaring man, before Odysseus awakened, should come and spoil them. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 210f
Eumeus: sector 22(ah)
watched / his martial coat around him
Eumeus: sector 22(ai)
Daunt's rock ~ Darkgray
And Zeus the gatherer of the clouds, answered him, saying: ‘Friend, learn now what seems best in my sight. At an hour when the folk are all looking forth from the city at the ship upon her way, smite her into a stone hard by the land; a stone in the likeness of a swift ship, that all mankind may marvel, and do thou overshadow their city with a great mountain.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 212
Note: Daunt's Rock is off the coast of Cork, near the mouth of Cork harbour.
Eumeus: sector 22(aj)
~ petrified ship. ~ Darkgray
Now when Poseidon, shaker of the earth, heard this saying, he went on his way to Scheria, where the Phaeacians dwell. There he abode awhile; and lo, she drew near, the seafaring ship, lightly sped upon her way. Then nigh her came the shaker of the earth, and he smote her into a stone, and rooted her far below with the down-stroke of his hand; and he departed thence again. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 212
Eumeus: sector 22(ak)
Ph cease to convoy Darkgray
And Alcinous made harangue and spake among them: ‘Lo now, in very truth the ancient oracles of my father have come home to me. He was wont to say that Poseidon was jealous of us, for that we give safe escort to all men. He said that the day would come when the god would smite a fair ship of the Phaeacians, as she came home from a convoy on the misty deep, and overshadow our city with a great mountain. […] But come, let us all give ear and do according to my word. Cease ye from the convoy of mortals […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 212f
Eumeus: sector 22(al)
Ul. loses way in maze Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Even then the goodly Odysseus awoke where he slept on his native land; nor knew he the same again, having now been long afar, for around him the goddess had shed a mist […] each thing showed strange to the lord of the land, the long paths and the sheltering havens and the steep rocks and the trees in their bloom. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 213
Eumeus: sector 22(am)
Pallas boasts her help / Ul. denies, upbraids her
Yet thou knewest not me, Pallas Athene, daughter of Zeus, who am always by thee and guard thee in all adventures. Yea, and I made thee to be beloved of all the Phaeacians. […] But so soon as we had sacked the steep city of Priam and had gone on board our ships, and the god had scattered the Achaeans, thereafter I have never beheld thee, daughter of Zeus, nor seen thee coming on board my ship, to ward off sorrow from me Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 217
Eumeus: sector 22(an)
She didn't want row with Neptune
Yet, I tell thee, I had no mind to be at strife with Poseidon, my own father's brother, who laid up wrath in his heart against thee, being angered at the blinding of his dear son. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 218
Eumeus: sector 22(ao)
Ul. wants to try wife first Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Right gladly would any other man on his return from wandering have hasted to behold his children and his wife in his halls; but thou hast no will to learn or to hear aught, till thou hast furthermore made trial of thy wife, who sits as ever in her halls, and wearily for her the nights wane always and the days, in shedding of tears. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), p. 218
Eumeus: sector 22(ap)
Enoch Arden. ~ Darkgray
Note: Enoch Arden is a narrative poem written by Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Eumeus: sector 22(aq)
~ Face at the Window Darkgray
Note: Enoch Arden is a narrative poem written by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Enoch is a sailor who marries Annie Lee, runs into financial difficulties and, to protect his family, enlists as boatswain on a ship bound for China. A shipwreck ensues, entailing a long absence. On his return he finds Annie, who believes him dead, has married her childhood sweetheart, Philip Ray. On learning this Enoch chooses to disguise his true identity and thus not upset sweet Annie. He then dies of a broken heart. Joyce clearly found this story of interest as a parallel to the Odyssey.
Eumeus: sector 22(ar)
Ul. recognises Ithaca ~
Therewith the goddess scattered the mist, and the land appeared. Then the steadfast goodly Odysseus was glad rejoicing in his own land, and he kissed the earth, the graingiver. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 218
Eumeus: sector 22(as)
~ Kisses earth, shamrock clod
Therewith the goddess scattered the mist, and the land appeared. Then the steadfast goodly Odysseus was glad rejoicing in his own land, and he kissed the earth, the graingiver. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 218
Eumeus: sector 22(at)
Pallas & Ul. hide treasure
Therewith the goddess plunged into the shadowy cave, searching out the chambers of the cavern. Meanwhile Odysseus brought up his treasure, the gold and the unyielding bronze and fair woven raiment, which the Phaeacians gave him. And these things he laid by with care, and Pallas Athene, daughter of Zeus, lord of the aegis, set a stone against the door of the cave. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 219
Eumeus: sector 22(au)
Suitors 3 years round Pen
And the goddess, grey-eyed Athene, spake first, saying: ‘Son of Laertes, of the seed of Zeus, Odysseus of many devices, advise thee how thou mayest stretch forth thine hands upon the shameless wooers, who now these three years lord it through thy halls, as they woo thy godlike wife and proffer the gifts of wooing. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 219
Eumeus: sector 22(av)
dim eyes in specs of seagreen goggles Darkgray
Then the goddess, grey-eyed Athene, answered him: […] And I will dim thy two eyes, erewhile so fair, in such wise that thou mayest be unseemly in the sight of all the wooers and of thy wife and son, whom thou didst leave in thy halls. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 220
Eumeus: sector 22(ba)
Knights of Columbanus
Eumeus: sector 22(bb)
Eu. & Ul. to die like that? Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 22(bc)
Killed his man ~ Darkgray
But I have no care to ask or to inquire, since the day that an Aetolian cheated me with his story, one who had slain his man and wandered over wide lands and came to my steading, and I dealt lovingly with him. He said that he had seen my master among the Cretans at the house of Idomeneus, mending his ships which the storms had broken. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 234
Eumeus: sector 22(bd)
~ Eum treated & was swindled by other Aetolian ~ Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
But I [Eumaeus] have no care to ask or to inquire, since the day that an Aetolian cheated me with his story, one who had slain his man and wandered over wide lands and came to my steading, and I dealt lovingly with him. He said that he had seen my master among the Cretans at the house of Idomeneus, mending his ships which the storms had broken. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 234
Eumeus: sector 22(be)
~ who also saw Ul. in Crete Blue
But I have no care to ask or to inquire, since the day that an Aetolian cheated me with his story, one who had slain his man and wandered over wide lands and came to my steading, and I dealt lovingly with him. He said that he had seen my master among the Cretans at the house of Idomeneus, mending his ships which the storms had broken. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 234
Eumeus: sector 22(bf)
Bet he comes back Darkgray
And Odysseus of many counsels answered him saying: ‘Verily thy heart within thee is slow to believe, seeing that even with an oath I have not won thee, nor find credence with thee. But come now, let us make a covenant; and we will each one have for witnesses the gods above, who hold Olympus. If thy lord shall return to this house, put on me a mantle and doublet for raiment, and send me on my way to Dulichium, whither I had a desire to go. But if thy lord return not according to my word, set thy thralls upon me, and cast me down from a mighty rock, that another beggar in his turn may beware of deceiving.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 234
Eumeus: sector 22(bg)
Boar killed with log
Then he [Eumaeus] stood erect, and smote the boar with a billet of oak which he had left in the cleaving, and the boar yielded up his life. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 235
Eumeus: sector 22(bh)
Gives Ul. best portion of 7
Then the swineherd stood up to carve, for well he knew what was fair, and he cut up the whole and divided it into seven portions. One, when he had prayed, he set aside for the nymphs and for Hermes son of Maia, and the rest he distributed to each. And he gave Odysseus the portion of honour, the long back of the white-tusked boar […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 235
Eumeus: sector 22(bi)
Sail. tells of thunderstorm [wind] prowess with ice Red
Now when we had come to the city and the steep wall, we lay about the citadel in the thick brushwood, crouching under our arms among the reeds and the marsh land, and behold, the night came on foul, with frost, as the North Wind went down, while the snow fell from above, and crusted like rime, bitter cold, and the ice set thick about our shields. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 237
Eumeus: sector 22(bj)
Mantled with Ul & Ag. shivering.
Now the others all had mantles and doublets, and slept in peace with their shields buckled close about their shoulders; but I as I went forth had left my mantle behind with my men, in my folly, thinking that even so I should not be cold: so I came with only my shield and bright leathern apron. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 237
Note: Agamemnon, elder brother of Menelaus, was leader of the Greek army at Troy.
Eumeus: sector 22(bk)
Ul. gets him cloak by trick.
Therewith he [Odysseus] raised his head upon his elbow, and spake, saying: “Listen, friends, a vision from a god came to me in my sleep. Lo, we have come very far from the ships; I would there were one to tell it to Agamemnon, son of Atreus, shepherd of the host, if perchance he may send us hither a greater company from the ships.”

So spake he, and Thoas, son of Andraemon, rose up quickly and cast off his purple mantle. And he started to run unto the ships, but I lay gladly in his garment, and the golden-throned Dawn showed her light.

Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 237f
Eumeus: sector 22(bl)
Eum. sleeps in open air
Then he [Eumaeus] went to lay him down even where the white-tusked boars were sleeping, beneath the hollow of the rock, in a place of shelter from the North Wind. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 239
Eumeus: sector 22(bm)
Pallas & Telem.
Now Pallas Athene went to the wide land of Lacedaemon, to put the noble son of the great-hearted Odysseus in mind of his return, and to make him hasten his coming. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 240
Eumeus: sector 22(bn)
warns against stepmother Darkgray
And grey-eyed Athene stood nigh him and spake to him, saying: ‘Telemachus, […] knowest of what sort is the heart of a woman within her; all her desire is to increase the house of the man who takes her to wife, but of her former children and of her own dear lord she has no more memory once he is dead, and she asks concerning him no more. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 240f
Eumeus: sector 22(bo)
ambush of suitors Darkgray
[Pallas Athene to Telemachus] The noblest of the wooers lie in wait for thee of purpose, in the strait between Ithaca and rugged Samos, eager to slay thee before thou come to thine own country. Athene informs Telemachus of the plot to assassinate him on his return to Ithaca. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 241
Eumeus: sector 22(bp)
sail by night Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
[Pallas Athene to Telemachus] Nay, keep thy well-wrought ship far from those isles, and sail by night as well as day, and he of the immortals who hath thee in his keeping and protection will send thee a fair breeze in thy wake. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), p. 241
Eumeus: sector 22(bq)
Ψευδαγγελος -- Crete -- rich / parents who had legits and concub. Jugurtha / Castor, s. of Hylax father / like firearm, ships / went to Troy, came back, Egypt, crew outrage Egyptians, these set on them, he implores king, ~
‘I avow that I come by lineage from wide Crete, and am the son of a wealthy man. And many other sons he had born and bred in the halls, lawful-born of a wedded wife; but the mother that bare me was a concubine bought with a price. Yet Castor son of Hylax, of whose blood I avow me to be, gave me no less honour than his lawful sons. […] Such an one was I in war, but the labour of the field I never loved, nor home-keeping thrift, that breeds brave children, but galleys with their oars were dear to me, and wars and polished shafts and darts—baneful things whereat others use to shudder. […] then the people called on me and on renowned Idomeneus to lead the ships to Ilios, nor was there any way whereby to refuse, for the people's voice bore hard upon us. There we sons pf the Achaeans warred for nine whole years, and then in the tenth year we sacked the city of Priam, and departed homeward with our ships, […] and thereafter my spirit bade me fit out ships in the best manner and sail to Egypt with my godlike company. […] But my men gave place to wantonness, being the fools of their own force, and soon they fell to wasting the fields of the Egyptians, […] There they [the Egyptians] slew many of us with the edge of the sword, and others they led up with them alive to work for them perforce. […] I came over against the chariots of the king, and clasped and kissed his knees, and he saved me […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 228ff
Eumeus: sector 22(br)
~ 7 yrs. there, Phenician lures Ul. away, 1 year, to sell him in Libya, shipwreck borne on mast to Thesprotis, Pheidon king helps, shows him Ul's treasure, Ul gone to Dodona oracle, Ph. sends him to Dulicium grain, crews strip him swims off
for seven whole years I abode with their king, and gathered much substance among the Egyptians, for they all gave me gifts. But when the eighth year came in due season, there arrived a Phoenician practised in deceit, a greedy knave, who had already done much mischief among men. He wrought on me with his cunning, and took me with him until he came to Phoenicia, where was his house and where his treasures lay. There I abode with him for the space of a full year. But when now the months and days were fulfilled, as the year came round and the seasons returned, he set me aboard a seafaring ship for Libya under colour as though I was to convey a cargo thither with him, but his purpose was to sell me in Libya, and get a great price. […] Zeus thundered and smote his bolt into the ship, and she reeled all over being stricken by the bolt of Zeus, and was filled with fire and brimstone, and all the crew fell overboard. […] I clung round the mast and was borne by the ruinous winds. For nine days was I borne, and on the tenth black night the great rolling wave brought me nigh to the land of the Thesprotians. There the king of the Thesprotians, the lord Pheidon, took me in freely, […] and he showed me all the wealth that Odysseus had gathered, bronze and gold and well-wrought iron; […] [Odysssus] had gone, he said, to Dodona to hear the counsel of Zeus, from the high leafy oak tree of the god, […] [Phaidon] sent me off, for it chanced that a ship of the Thesprotians was starting for Dulichium, a land rich in grain […] [the crew] stript me of my garments, my mantle and a doublet, and changed my raiment to a vile wrap and doublet, tattered garments, […] I slid down the smooth lading-plank, and set my breast to the sea and rowed hard with both hands as I swam, and very soon I was out of the water and beyond their reach […] And the gods themselves hid me easily and brought me nigh to the homestead of a wise man; for still, methinks, I am ordained to live on.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 231ff
Eumeus: sector 22(bs)
Ss. Melampus
The Saga of Melampus Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 417
Note: See also Sheet 16.023(a) below.
Eumeus: sector 22(bt)
Eu. weeps with joy.
And even as a loving father welcomes his son that has come in the tenth year from a far country, his only son and well-beloved, for whose sake he has had great sorrow and travail, even so did the goodly swineherd [Eumaeus] fall upon the neck of godlike Telemachus, and kiss him all over as one escaped from death, and he wept aloud Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 259
Eumeus: sector 22(bu)
Pen hears of T's return
But the swineherd went up to Penelope, and told her all that her dear son [Telemachus] had bidden him say. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 269f
Eumeus: sector 22(bv)
Suitors, alarm, recall others / One laughs (they are back)
Now the wooers were troubled and downcast in spirit, and forth they went from the hall past the great wall of the court, and there in front of the gates they held their session. And Eurymachus son of Polybus first spake among them saying: ‘[…] bear word to our friends to return home with speed.’ […] Amphinomus turned in his place and saw the ship within the deep harbour, and the men lowering the sails and. with the oars in their hands. Then sweetly he laughed out and spake among his fellows: ‘Nay, let us now send no message any more, for lo, they are come home. […]' Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 270
Eumeus: sector 22(bw)
Council, plot to kill,
And the wooers all together went to the assembly-place, and suffered none other to sit with them, either of the young men or of the elders. Then Antinous spake among them, the son of Eupeithes: ‘Lo now, […] But even here let us devise an evil end for him, even for Telemachus, and let him not escape out of our hands, for methinks that while he lives we shall never achieve this task of ours. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 270f
Eumeus: sector 22(bx)
Oracle
[Amphinomus] spake among them: ‘Friends, I for one would not choose to kill Telemachus; it is a fearful thing to slay one of the stock of kings! Nay, first let us seek to the counsel of the gods, and if the oracles of great Zeus approve, myself I will slay him and bid all the rest to aid. But if the gods are disposed to avert it, I bid you to refrain.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 271
Eumeus: sector 22(ca)
Medon tells Pen.
Then the wise Penelope had a new thought, namely, to show herself to the wooers, so despiteful in their insolence for she had heard of the death of her son that was to be in the halls, seeing that Medon the henchman had told her of it, who heard their counsels. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 272
Eumeus: sector 22(cb)
Pen weeps
Now she ascended to her shining upper chamber, and then was bewailing Odysseus, her dear lord, till grey-eyed Athene cast sweet sleep upon her eyelids. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 273
Eumeus: sector 22(cc)
Pen shillyshally Darkgray
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):013(au)
Eumeus: sector 22(cd)
Eu to tell her if U back ~
Then wise Telemachus answered him, saying: ‘All the more grievous it is! yet will we let him be, though we sorrow thereat. For if men might in any wise have all their will, we should before ought else choose the day of my father's returning. But do thou when thou hast told the tidings come straight back, and go not wandering through the fields after Laertes. But speak to my mother that with all speed she send forth the house-dame her handmaid, secretly, for she might bear tidings to the old man.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 263f
Eumeus: sector 22(ce)
~ Maid will tell L.
Then wise Telemachus answered him, saying: ‘All the more grievous it is! yet will we let him be, though we sorrow thereat. For if men might in any wise have all their will, we should before ought else choose the day of my father's returning. But do thou when thou hast told the tidings come straight back, and go not wandering through the fields after Laertes. But speak to my mother that with all speed she send forth the house-dame her handmaid, secretly, for she might bear tidings to the old man.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), p. 263f.
Eumeus: sector 22(cf)
Ath. frowns to Ul to come on Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
But Odysseus was ware of her and the dogs likewise, which barked not, but with a low whine shrank cowering to the far side of the steading. Then she [Athene] nodded at him with bent brows, and goodly Odysseus perceived it, and came forth from the room, past the great wall of the yard, and stood before her Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 264
Note: Cf. 16.723ff.
Eumeus: sector 22(cg)
U looks young Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Therewith Athene touched him with her golden wand. First she cast about his breast a fresh linen robe and a doublet, and she increased his bulk and bloom. Dark his colour grew again, and his cheeks filled out, and the black beard spread thick around his chin. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 264
Eumeus: sector 22(ch)
T fears him a god Darkgray
Now she, when she had so wrought, withdrew again, but Odysseus went into the hut, and his dear son marvelled at him and looked away for very fear lest it should be a god Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 264.
Eumeus: sector 22(ci)
Thy father I for whom you suffer
Then the steadfast goodly Odysseus answered him, saying: ‘Behold, no god am I; why likenest thou me to the immortals? nay, thy father am I, for whose sake thou sufferest many pains and groanest sore, and submittest thee to the despite of men.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 265
Eumeus: sector 22(cj)
T doubts
But Telemachus (for as yet he believed not that it was his father) answered in turn and spake, saying: ‘Thou art not Odysseus my father, but some god beguiles me, that I may groan for more exceeding sorrow. […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 265
Eumeus: sector 22(ck)
ups & downs of life Blue
Nay for thou shalt find no other Odysseus come hither any more; but lo, I, all as I am, after sufferings and much wandering have come in the twentieth year to mine own country. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 265
Eumeus: sector 22(cl)
double image (Sail & LB) Darkgray
Telemachus […] spake, saying: ‘Thou art not Odysseus my father, but some god beguiles me, that I may groan for more exceeding sorrow. For it cannot be that a mortal man should contrive this by the aid of his own wit, unless a god were himself to visit him, and lightly of his own will to make him young or old. For truly, but a moment gone, thou wert old and foully clad, but now thou art like the gods who keep the wide heaven.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 265
Eumeus: sector 22(cm)
T. & Ul embrace
With this word then he sat down again; but Telemachus, flinging himself upon his noble father's neck, mourned and shed tears, and in both their hearts arose the desire of lamentation. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 266

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Eumeus: sector 23(a)
Melampus / — Poseidon / — Neleus / Pero (o), fair, given to man who / would rescue kine of N's mother, Tyro, from Phylace where Iphiclus kept / them. ~
The Saga of Melampus

Neleus, Poseidon's son, had a daughter, Pero, the fairest of women, and to none would he give her but to the man that would lift the kine of his mother, Tyro, and drive them out of Phylace, where Iphiclus held them. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 417f (note 15)

Note: See also Sheet 16.022(br) above.
Eumeus: sector 23(b)
~ Bias Talaus' son urges broth. Mel. / who foreknows imprisonment. ~
Now, all men failing, Bias Talaus' son alone offered to do as much, and persuaded his brother Melampus to achieve this adventure, who, though he knew by his skill in prophecy that he should be kept prisoner for a year, yet went to Othrys after the kine. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 418 (note 15)
Eumeus: sector 23(c)
~ Arrested / two wardens man (good) woman (bad) / Hears earthworms say beam rotten / Carried out, man 1st. beam kills woman
There the watchmen and the shepherds took him in the theft, and gave him up to Iphiclus. There was he bound and put in duresse, with two servants to watch him, a man and a woman, the man gentle, but the woman ungentle and unkind. Now when the year was almost run out, Melampus heard certain wood-worms overhead talking among themselves, and telling how ‘the roof-beam was now well nigh eaten through.’ Thereon he called them that waited on him, and bade them carry him out: and they took up his bed and walked forth, the woman at the foot, and the man at the head going out foremost. In that moment the beam fell on the woman and killed her; Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 418 (note 15)
Eumeus: sector 23(d)
~ King will free M if tells why childless / Sacrifice to Z. and all birds - vulture / which knows & tells cause. King then / begot. Mel. gave Pero to brother
but the man told Phylacus, and Phylacus told Iphiclus what had come to pass, who thereupon, as knowing Melampus to be a soothsayer, offered to set him free, if he would expound the reason wherefore Iphiclus was childless. And this was confirmed by oath. So Melampus sacrificed to Zeus, and set out a portion for all the fowls of the air. And they all came, save one vulture only, and he questioned them all, and none knew of the cause; and so they inquired of the vulture, who expounded the matter, which was strange, but here I say no more of it. So thereafter Iphiclus begat Podarce; but Melampus, who got the cattle for the bride-price of Pero, gave her to his brother Bias. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 418 (note 15)
Eumeus: sector 23(e)
Sail: you know Simon Dedalus / SD: I have heard of him Blue
Note: See also Sheet 15.010(ai) and Sheet 16.026(i).
Eumeus: sector 23(f)
crocodiles eat bunches of keys Blue
Eumeus: sector 23(g)
hyena devour bones.
Eumeus: sector 23(h)
Hush alligator stroking Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 23(i)
Longlived beasts
Eumeus: sector 23(j)
bona fides
Note: See also Sheet 16.004(q) and UN5 (NLI.5B):017(au) for UG 16.498.
Eumeus: sector 23(k)
to occasion
Eumeus: sector 23(l)
matter of some surprise
Eumeus: sector 23(m)
Got his bearings Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ah)
Eumeus: sector 23(n)
ostensible reason
Eumeus: sector 23(o)
good allround man Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):043(cm)
Eumeus: sector 23(p)
great draw
Eumeus: sector 23(q)
leaf out of his book
Eumeus: sector 23(r)
Valentine Vousden

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Eumeus: sector 24(a)
passionate haste of Dante, Leonardo and san Tommaso Mastino are the classic examples (SD) [blank] they were certainly wonderfully talented (LB) Blue
Note: See also Sheet 15.014(t) for ‘san Tommaso Mastino’.
Eumeus: sector 24(b)
Woman: Never Comes back. Enoch Arden Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 24(c)
on the best authority Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 24(d)
rocked in the cradle of the deep Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 24(e)
simplest thing in the world Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 24(f)
sofa in London Freeman
Eumeus: sector 24(g)
to the [fore]. With brains, sir. Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 24(h)
Eng. Irish: speech & [ach narf mister]
Eumeus: sector 24(i)
playing the lead
Eumeus: sector 24(j)
son of a seacook Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ag) for UG 16.978.
Eumeus: sector 24(k)
give him into custody Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 24(l)
cover with revolver Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 24(m)
Stake in the country
Eumeus: sector 24(n)
displayed wonderful agility
Eumeus: sector 24(o)
come to the fore Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):031(bk) for UG 16.289.
Eumeus: sector 24(p)
make big money

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Eumeus: sector 25(a)
come to stay Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):030(ad) for UG 16.432, and UN4 (NLI.5A):046(e).
Eumeus: sector 25(b)
at her best Blue
Eumeus: sector 25(c)
their Intensities
Eumeus: sector 25(d)
a close shave Blue
Eumeus: sector 25(e)
Swab Blue
Eumeus: sector 25(f)
catchy Blue
Eumeus: sector 25(g)
iota Red
Note: See also UN6 (NLI.4):015(q).
Eumeus: sector 25(h)
taking stock of our friend Blue
Eumeus: sector 25(i)
looked transparently
Eumeus: sector 25(j)
relieved of
Eumeus: sector 25(k)
SD & LB both lie
Eumeus: sector 25(l)
have the entrée Blue
Eumeus: sector 25(m)
a lady of his acquaintance
Eumeus: sector 25(n)
for all he knew, .sk;
Eumeus: sector 25(o)
judge on its merits
Eumeus: sector 25(p)
might well be
Eumeus: sector 25(q)
Dockrell's Blue
Eumeus: sector 25(r)
[oventiles], facing bricks,
Eumeus: sector 25(s)
bargeman saw LB I saw you before him.
Eumeus: sector 25(t)
LB feels sleep of others,
Eumeus: sector 25(u)
my bilgewater Blue
Note: See also Sheet 15.020(ad) and UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ad)
Eumeus: sector 25(v)
kennel Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 25(aa)
glaring absurdity
Eumeus: sector 25(ab)
looking forward with eager anticipation Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 15.025(ak) and Sheet 16.028(i).

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Eumeus: sector 26(a)
(E)
Note: written in blue pencil in upper right corner.
Eumeus: sector 26(b)
s.s. lady Cairns (Swansea) sank with all hands. Mona, on opposite tacks, no aid given, master feared collision bulkhead wd give way, no water in the hold Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):021(a).
Eumeus: sector 26(c)
Rosslare-Fishguard route coming Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):022(b).
Eumeus: sector 26(d)
belcher handkerchief Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):024(d).
Eumeus: sector 26(e)
unfurl a reef Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):044(f).
Eumeus: sector 26(f)
unbeaten certificate
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):044(g).
Eumeus: sector 26(g)
yarn Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):048(b).
Eumeus: sector 26(h)
accompanied with poom! chuk! & grimaces. Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(i)
Sailor asks do you know him? Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 16.023(e).
Eumeus: sector 26(j)
M.B. pose for ensemble Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(k)
emergency men
Eumeus: sector 26(l)
Dog if larger belva Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.013(as). [It. = wild beast]
Eumeus: sector 26(m)
X Look suddenly at beast's head. Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(n)
Walk too, best foot hindmost Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(o)
Repellant to hand. Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 26(p)
spare chaw about you Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(q)
two cheats in Opicina [suburd of Trieste] train ([game] & rogue) Darkgray
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 26(r)
bunnyhug, Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 16.026(ab) below.
Eumeus: sector 26(s)
turkeytrot,
Eumeus: sector 26(t)
Cornwall case. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(r) for UG 16.1202.
Eumeus: sector 26(u)
Camel's hump potstill, ferm. datejuices Darkgray
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.013(ba).
Eumeus: sector 26(v)
9 days drowned
Eumeus: sector 26(aa)
turkeytrot,
Eumeus: sector 26(ab)
bunnyhug Red
Note: See also Sheet 16.026(r) above.
Eumeus: sector 26(ac)
sailor has tattooed back Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ad)
O Johnny Lever, Johnny Lever, O, Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(ae)
The biscuits were as hard as brass and the beef as salt as Lot's wife's arse Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(af)
The sweeper: scythed car Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ag)
LB describes how he likes brunettes, Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ah)
hates rumpled stocking Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ai)
End: They spoke also as they walked northward across the city Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(aj)
Cap. Dalton, sailed Dardenelles. Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ak)
Palgrave Murphy Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(al)
Informer Darkgray
Note: now 16.1052
Eumeus: sector 26(am)
Little woman down in Arklow. Knows she's true. Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(an)
Perspective at end. Whelan from shop door sees 2 figures wend Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ao)
Why are chairs put up. LB answers promptly. to sweep floor Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ap)
Dannyman Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(aq)
What do [?]eeth mean? SD
Eumeus: sector 26(ar)
Lady Hamilton
Note: Copied from Sheet 16.017(ac).
Eumeus: sector 26(as)
Eng. home & beauty Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(at)
prepare to meet yr. God Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(au)
have you such a thing as? Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(av)
Seen Gibraltar? LB to seaman. Altro! [It. = Right!] Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(aw)
any chance of yr. washing Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(ba)
the camels are coming.
Eumeus: sector 26(bb)
flush the deck
Eumeus: sector 26(bc)
Equality diff. Irish superior or inferior Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(bd)
John Lever of Lever Line ~ Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(be)
~ struck rock in Galway harb. Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(bf)
Coffin full of stones (C.S.P) Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(bg)
Gospodi pomilouy. Blue
Note: Russ. = Lord bless us
Eumeus: sector 26(bh)
Police in rich quarters of city Red
Eumeus: sector 26(bi)
Photograph of murderer in murdered's eye. Blue
Note: See UN5 (NLI.5B):004(bd) for UG 6.478.
Eumeus: sector 26(bj)
good sendoff, Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(bk)
breakers, Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(bl)
I belongs there Darkgray
Note: Not in final (1922) text.
Eumeus: sector 26(bm)
SD at first repelled then drawn
Eumeus: sector 26(bn)
loss of tooth unfit for such duty, LB circumcized etc.
Eumeus: sector 26(bo)
could J. Cuffe be R.C. priest.
Eumeus: sector 26(bp)
bargeman meets old sailor
Eumeus: sector 26(bq)
cut off their diddies (savages) Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(br)
It was the schooner Hesperus. Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(bs)
Do I pronounce rightly (LB to SD. Ital) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 26(bt)
Desperado face, lamp, Money or life Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 26(bu)
Gives right arm, Blue
Note: See also Sheet 15.013(cb).
Eumeus: sector 26(bv)
riggers, discharge book,
Eumeus: sector 26(ca)
name, nat, eyes, hair, tattoo, vessel, voyages, conduct marks
Eumeus: sector 26(cb)
So to speak Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(cc)
clap sacred edifice (MB)
Eumeus: sector 26(cd)
murderer at large, boil him
Eumeus: sector 26(ce)
minus his coat, Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 26(cf)
let me cross yr. bows Blue
Eumeus: sector 26(cg)
in reduced circumstances
Eumeus: sector 26(ch)
[w] to Jerusalem, shun it ever

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Eumeus: sector 27(a)
: headstrong stupid
Eumeus: sector 27(b)
to seek misfortune Darkgray
Note: See also Sheet 16.017(bm) above.
Eumeus: sector 27(c)
distingué Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(d)
moonpaved space Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(e)
driver with humane patience waited while horse discharged (mire) Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(f)
pastern Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(g)
bot of foot,
Eumeus: sector 27(h)
fetlock, Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Eumeus: sector 27(i)
moon lave face
Eumeus: sector 27(j)
slenderness of his arm [blank] linked with a strange flesh, sinewless, ample & of a whore's approach Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(k)
Molly gnashing her teeth broke in sleep
Eumeus: sector 27(l)
passionate, Not cancelled
Eumeus: sector 27(m)
Spanish Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(n)
Beware of the steamroller Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 27(o)
Fun without vulgarity
Eumeus: sector 27(p)
vanity bag. (mirror of SD's face)
Eumeus: sector 27(q)
ABS Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(r)
invincibles Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(s)
nighttown Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 27(t)
funeral L. Broome Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 27(u)
stark ballocknaked Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(v)
ticket of leave [man] Darkgray
Note: now 16.833
Eumeus: sector 27(aa)
crupper Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(ab)
treadmill Darkgray
Eumeus: sector 27(ac)
claspknife Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(ad)
suicide wom. by water
Eumeus: sector 27(ae)
Ophelia. like to like
Eumeus: sector 27(af)
earthquake
Eumeus: sector 27(ag)
Milly lupanars
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.021(v).
Eumeus: sector 27(ah)
SD dislikes Eng. abroad Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.018(bb).
Eumeus: sector 27(ai)
mouth entrance body
Eumeus: sector 27(aj)
Mullingar 5∕ 6 / 9⁄ 9 Blue
Eumeus: sector 27(ak)
jollyboat
Eumeus: sector 27(al)
streak dawn
Eumeus: sector 27(am)
lumbering greens cart
Eumeus: sector 27(an)
sunrise
Eumeus: sector 27(ao)
hasty dressing a chancy thing

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Eumeus: sector 28(a)
Mr Bloom deceived him
Eumeus: sector 28(b)
fouilles Darkgray
Note: Fr., diggings
Eumeus: sector 28(c)
borrow yr. curlingtongs Blue
Note: transferred to VI.C.5:218
Eumeus: sector 28(d)
information
Eumeus: sector 28(e)
retrospect Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.035(as).
Eumeus: sector 28(f)
It is perhaps here
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.035(as).
Eumeus: sector 28(g)
to all the more influence Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 15.035(ar), recopied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(s) for UG 16.1828.
Eumeus: sector 28(h)
haven't met right sort of people Blue
Eumeus: sector 28(i)
looking forward with eager anticipation
Note: See also Sheet 15.025(ak) and Sheet 16.025(ab).
Eumeus: sector 28(j)
mind you, I don't say, Blue
Eumeus: sector 28(k)
leading lady Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(u) for UG 16.526.
Eumeus: sector 28(l)
deeply regretted Blue
Eumeus: sector 28(m)
retiring for the night Blue
Eumeus: sector 28(n)
good as
Eumeus: sector 28(o)
5 miners killed every day Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(v) for UG 16.1226.
Eumeus: sector 28(p)
procession 2 deep, 1 yd apart 41 mls long corpse every 70 yds .sk;
Eumeus: sector 28(q)
as he anticipated Blue
Eumeus: sector 28(r)
attach greatest importance Blue
Eumeus: sector 28(s)
I am free to admit Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ad).
Eumeus: sector 28(t)
that is to say Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(t) for UG 16.1689.
Eumeus: sector 28(u)
[END OF NOTESHEET]