ULYSSES NOTESHEETS

Ithaca Notesheets

Print edition: Phillip F. Herring, ed., Joyce's Ulysses Notesheets at the British Museum (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia 1972), 415-489.

MS: British Library Add. MS 49975 fols. 24-27 Notesheet details

Ithaca sector 1


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Ithaca: sector 1(a)
Ithaca
Note: Written at top of page and underlined in blue pencil.
Ithaca: sector 1(b)
German names in books struck out Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(c)
why Milly fair? Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(d)
thing broken good luck (hymen) Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):005(br).
Ithaca: sector 1(e)
LB turns doyley down Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: cf. UG11.637 (Sirens, Rosenbach)
Ithaca: sector 1(f)
If Jesus redeemed inhabitants of other stars Red
Ithaca: sector 1(g)
mercyseat
Ithaca: sector 1(h)
Nature couples — when unsexed — crepa — when children past Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(i)
cry lessens pain Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(j)
dinner of 20 dishes, each harmless Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):010(aq) for UG 8.870f.
Ithaca: sector 1(k)
20 mixed = deadly poison Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):010(aq).
Ithaca: sector 1(l)
MB throws gloves on piano Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(m)
Parachute — Jones's road Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(n)
LB sentimental over Alexandra, Maud Branscombe. Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(o)
Wordblind 3 words [limit] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(p)
def. worse in woman Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):005(bs) for UG 13.774.
Ithaca: sector 1(q)
Michael (Pauper [Dei]) & Satan fought for his body
Ithaca: sector 1(r)
the Cat = Argos. Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(s)
pyramid of incense Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(t)
Vere Foster copybook Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):049(al).
Ithaca: sector 1(u)
Is the bumblebee bite better? Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Cf. 17.1447ff.
Ithaca: sector 1(v)
SD — Virtue is sterile
Ithaca: sector 1(w)
LB & flash whore Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.047(bq).
Ithaca: sector 1(aa)
life = 2 T shite 2 ettol. blood. Blue
Note: 2 hectolitres.
Ithaca: sector 1(ab)
Woman rare who overlooks man's caste Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(ac)
1870 — 1902 — peace
Ithaca: sector 1(ad)
SD will win else LB wdn't Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(ae)
Recrudescence of memory ([J] & nighttable glasses)
Ithaca: sector 1(af)
SD & LB met 1888. SD shy to give hands Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(ag)
Suicide - che ora? Green
Note: Italian che ore?: at what time?
Ithaca: sector 1(ah)
In ads (cherchez l'argent) we betray Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(ai)
LB kisses RB Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(aj)
LB & thing to make carpentry Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(ak)
Put Molly in dairy — ~ Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(al)
~ what to do with our wives Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(am)
In [letter] explains what he ought to have seen Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(an)
SD invited LB to dine with Si D Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(ao)
All MB's judgements wrong if W or R., S. And of LB? Red
Ithaca: sector 1(ap)
Milly mercenary — You want etwas? Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(aq)
SD not in love ∴ trustable
Ithaca: sector 1(ar)
SD LB's vendetta Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(as)
Milly to LB if I only knew 1000th part Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(at)
Toleration Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(au)
Laertes & Ul. only kings by marriage, Penelope right
Ithaca: sector 1(av)
SD what LB like to be Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(ba)
MB more given to lilt if LB dumpy Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(bb)
chap sold LB razor. Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):011(an) for UG 11.1266.
Ithaca: sector 1(bc)
Geo. Plumtree 23 merchant's quay Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):009(af) for UG 8.139, UN4 (NLI.5A):033(q) for UG 17.304, and UN6 (NLI.4):016(ag) for UG 17.603.
Ithaca: sector 1(bd)
Milly. M. Mill. Red
Ithaca: sector 1(be)
MB [Gone] — Well? Most nat. thing in world. Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(bf)
Make hay while sun shines Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):014(ca).
Ithaca: sector 1(bg)
Child drawing ignore cuore. no phallos dislike arms or legs
Note: It. cuore: heart
Ithaca: sector 1(bh)
Papli profile 2 eyes, hair round head, nose more important. trunk not in profile Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(bi)
MB's hair in comb, age of return
Ithaca: sector 1(bj)
urine = sea,
Ithaca: sector 1(bk)
girls who longest, boys who highest Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(bl)
What thoughts? Well -
Ithaca: sector 1(bm)
1 level teaspoonful Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(bn)
Footh & Mouth Starlings feed on worms dislodged by feet of cattle O
Ithaca: sector 1(bo)
He liked his cocoa strong. Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(bp)
child's guide for Milly Blue
Ithaca: sector 1(bq)
forget street where smthg unpleasant occured / 〃 when bill is not cheque, forget stamp boring letter, a p you dislike Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 1(br)
People talk about what they haven't & want
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):014(cb).

Ithaca sector 2


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Ithaca: sector 2(a)
bought Blumenlied / finds her playing it when home from girl Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):011(ao) for UG 11.844f., Sheet 13.001(ac), Sheet 13.009(p) and Sheet 15.018(u).
Ithaca: sector 2(b)
star piss designs Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 2(c)
LB's [govern] other
Ithaca: sector 2(d)
Walsingham way Red
Ithaca: sector 2(e)
watermark Red
Note: Copied to UN7 (V.A.2):030(ap)
Ithaca: sector 2(f)
crimson morocco / goldtooled Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(g)
milky way Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(h)
LB thinks horror of man who murdered in sleep Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(i)
tablebook Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.043(a).
Ithaca: sector 2(j)
no of 6 places Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.043(b).
Ithaca: sector 2(k)
Sandglass Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(l)
indoor exercise Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(m)
four in hand
Ithaca: sector 2(n)
putting 2 x 2 together Red
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):037(at).
Ithaca: sector 2(o)
Sherlock Holmes Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):018(ap) for UG 16.831.
Ithaca: sector 2(p)
Fight disease you produce terrible forms: animals don't
Ithaca: sector 2(q)
LB hates waistcoat Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(r)
Statue like grinning dwarf
Ithaca: sector 2(s)
rang (ring
Ithaca: sector 2(t)
£sd calculations Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(u)
MB feigns not to know obscene word in company Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):035(dc) for UG 18.1531.
Ithaca: sector 2(v)
cattle park at Liffey junction (banks) Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(aa)
LB etwas in cipher Blue
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.007(c).
Ithaca: sector 2(ab)
[convected] heat Red
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):032(cb); repeated Sheet 15.025(bd).
Ithaca: sector 2(ac)
radiant heat Green
Ithaca: sector 2(ad)
Soap useful Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(ae)
where were you? / 〃 are you going? Blue
Ithaca: sector 2(af)
why pay for greens? Grow them Blue

Ithaca sector 3


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Ithaca: sector 3(a)
ABCDEFGHIJKHLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
YXWVUTSRQPONMLKJIHGFEDCBA
ABC DEF GHI JKL MNOP QRST UVW XYZ
ZYX WVU TSR QPO NMLK JIHG FED CBA Not cancelled
Note: This is a cipher: X is substituted for for C, etc.
Ithaca: sector 3(b)
Girl in panto (Talbot Power) says political allusion — then blinks) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 3(c)
steelyard Blue

Ithaca sector 4


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Ithaca: sector 4(a)
Good morning? Where are you going? I am hastening to purchase the only infallible inkeraser Kansell, sold by Messrs Hely & Co, Ltd, 23 Dame Street. The Shop for Value. Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(b)
in terms of curvilinear Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(c)
desire = hidden identity Red
Ithaca: sector 4(d)
Return to S. side. Mrs Riordan in bath chair Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(e)
X wd. depopulate, SD starve all,
Ithaca: sector 4(f)
friends of our friends our foes
Ithaca: sector 4(g)
child sano brava madre, malsaneo papà infame Blue
Note: It. = baby healthy mother responsible, unhealthy father. See UN5 (NLI.5B):004(cf) for UG 6.329.
Ithaca: sector 4(h)
She moves over in bed Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(i)
LB on 3 Rock Mt Blue
Note: Copied to UN6 (NLI.4):019(dn). Cf. Sheet 15.025(bb).
Ithaca: sector 4(j)
〃 with a dogvan Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(k)
〃's initials inside topcoat [blank] slippers
Ithaca: sector 4(l)
circle of lamp on ceiling Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(m)
LB tries to recall smbdy's joke Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 4(n)
[Ore] solids dissolved in water liquids or drinks Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 4(o)
MB snoring pillow too high, Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(p)
body throw off white dust in sleep, Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: cf. Sheet 18.011(g).
Ithaca: sector 4(q)
clothes light Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(r)
MB believed Alias was somebody in the Scriptures Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(s)
No weather without moon
Ithaca: sector 4(t)
think things out before Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 4(u)
hubby learns secret 20 yrs after Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(v)
LB marked warm bits in book
Ithaca: sector 4(aa)
hardy golfers Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(ab)
Milly told dream Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(ac)
Poetical Works of - Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(ad)
LB tells of wonderful friend Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(ae)
passage of thumb
Ithaca: sector 4(af)
During vast, starspeckled night. Wanderers of the ages. Restless Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.047(aa).
Ithaca: sector 4(ag)
LB in bed Head E, left side to Earth, Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(ah)
~ ghosts
Ithaca: sector 4(ai)
exhalations, see breath, telegraph wires
Ithaca: sector 4(aj)
How hard hydrants are Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(ak)
Moon our future no air, no water Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(al)
LB scratches all over without itch Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(am)
Scrivenery - add. env. for MB. Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(an)
[Shows] Agendath, land there, absentee
Ithaca: sector 4(ao)
SD (Aryan) superstit. (LB) Semite not Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(ap)
Cuore ago (SD.
Ithaca: sector 4(aq)
RB drank soup from plate Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.041(ag).
Ithaca: sector 4(ar)
Cadby's piano Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(as)
LB's nail same smell as 20 yrs. ago Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(at)
LB met BB at Mesias' Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(au)
Horse stops before door.
Ithaca: sector 4(av)
Sleep on side attach button by adhesive to back Blue
Note: Copied to V.A.2.006
Ithaca: sector 4(ba)
Still water, moon on wane, dangerous Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(bb)
verses for the occasion Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(bc)
Anything wrong? No
Ithaca: sector 4(bd)
Milly pulled plat to remember Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(be)
Women not know luxury of good shave Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(bf)
Hist. of LB's bed. Molly conceived there Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(bg)
Boylan thinks he's the first Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(bh)
Woman go up in a corner to do it.
Ithaca: sector 4(bi)
LB boasts of confidence recd. per ricevere Blue
Ithaca: sector 4(bj)
You'll be taking plates from dresser. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 4(bk)
MB has look of old Tweedy Blue

Ithaca sector 5


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Ithaca: sector 5(a)
oracle = outlive?
Ithaca: sector 5(b)
LB gave Milly boy doll Blue
Ithaca: sector 5(c)
his soles ache Blue
Ithaca: sector 5(d)
new worlds for old. Blue
Ithaca: sector 5(e)
Milly followed went down one street & up another Blue
Ithaca: sector 5(f)
God a woman
Ithaca: sector 5(g)
sleep in direct. of Earth Blue

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Ithaca: sector 6(a)
LB conscience / probably she has one or two secrets. So here you are Blue
Ithaca: sector 6(b)
Milly feared her photo part of self Blue
Ithaca: sector 6(c)
Fire always in wind or rain.
Ithaca: sector 6(d)
Now's our chance
Ithaca: sector 6(e)
Woman different ∴ flowers in hat

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Ithaca: sector 7(a)
Lent Hynes 3∕- interest? Blue
Note: cf. 7.119 (Eolus, Rosenbach)
Ithaca: sector 7(b)
Quarter 25∕ 6 Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(c)
cipher Blue
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.002(aa).
Ithaca: sector 7(d)
winebins (for distinguished guests) Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(e)
annual income Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(f)
rev. of wheel Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(g)
tithe Blue
Note: See also UG 9.712.
Ithaca: sector 7(h)
repeat; circul.
Ithaca: sector 7(i)
recurr. Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(j)
terminal decimal
Ithaca: sector 7(k)
Bought of Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(l)
practice Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(m)
Mail leaves Kings. 8:15
Ithaca: sector 7(n)
£5 reward, missing gent aged about 40 height 5,8, full build, dark complexion. May have since grown a beard. Was dressed when last seen. Above will be paid for his discovery Blue

£100 REWARD.
MISSING, Gentleman, aged 40, height about 5 ft. 5 in., slight built, square shoulders, fair complexion, rather long brown hair, heavy light brown moustache (may now have grown a beard), blue eyes. He was dressed in a grey tweed suit, soft black felt hat, black boots, and light rainproof overcoat when last seen on Friday afternoon, the 2nd inst., in Dublin. The above Reward will be paid for his discovery. Apply 16 Molesworth street. Irish Times (30 May 1902), 1
Ithaca: sector 7(o)
This question he had often asked himself. Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(p)
Flower & M'Donald. Best Abram coal 21∕- 14 D'Olier street Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):049(p).
Ithaca: sector 7(q)
long primer, Blue
Note: An old size of type (approximately 10 point). Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):049(q).
Ithaca: sector 7(r)
bourgeois, brevier, minion, Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):049(r), UN4 (NLI.5A):049(s), UN4 (NLI.5A):049(t). Type sizes: only ‘brevier’ (8 point) transferred.
Ithaca: sector 7(s)
pica Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):049(v). Type size (12 point). Moved, replaced by ‘nonpareil’ (6 point) and converted to ‘small pica’ (11 point) at draft 6.
Ithaca: sector 7(t)
section of public Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(u)
gold tooled: Blue
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.002(f).
Ithaca: sector 7(v)
a gross of Red
Ithaca: sector 7(w)
6in. pipe, South Dublin Guardians, 20,000 gallons at night, 15 galls per day per skull Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(x)
Ign. Rice lawagent of corporation Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(aa)
to sleep & remember past Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ab)
MB how much is 5∕- & 1∕ 3 Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ac)
and I said to myself don't go out without it (key) Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ad)
[MB] tacked clotheslist on door Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 7(ae)
LB & frost flowers
Ithaca: sector 7(af)
LB repeats habit of childhood Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ag)
Curlpaper with burnt furrow Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ah)
If too much together all defects Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ai)
Hate to see mouth cleaned with paper Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(aj)
Old bazaar ticket Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ak)
Her stocking no smell Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(al)
Honour - selfaid Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 7(am)
MB bored at night. (play draughts) Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(an)
Mrs Riordan, colza oil lamp, picture of Immac. Concept. Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ao)
He feels imprint of BB Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ap)
Jews cannot eat milk & meat Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(aq)
Cat meat no mouser Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ar)
Each leaves own smell in room Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(as)
Did you tell me or I you? Red
Ithaca: sector 7(at)
Molly takes umbrella if good hat. Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(au)
Men stare at poster. Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(av)
LB takes book to remember at once remembers Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(ba)
Never see dead donkey (R.B.) Shame of death Red
Ithaca: sector 7(bb)
SD sees face mirrored in LB Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(bc)
Weeps over horns Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 7(bd)
Somethg behind books Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(be)
LB tells himself a story Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(bf)
His maxims Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(bg)
mare tenebrosum Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 7(bh)
Cat herb if ill 2 miles off Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):032(d).
Ithaca: sector 7(bi)
to think of new ads Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(bj)
To my wife " letter Belfast
Ithaca: sector 7(bk)
LB shaves think of smthg cut, plaster, gave himself a nick Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(bl)
Church or stage (SD?) Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(bm)
Osmond Tearle † 1901 Blue
Ithaca: sector 7(bn)
cut on generous lines Blue

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Ithaca: sector 8(a)
what causes that? Red
Ithaca: sector 8(b)
they saw same cloud Red
Ithaca: sector 8(c)
drooping serpents brass bed quoits Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(d)
5 - 9 what did we do? Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 8(e)
kaleidoscope of Milky Way Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(f)
parlour tennis Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(g)
Padney Socks Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(h)
eastern limb of sun Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(i)
RB took drugs Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(j)
counterfoil Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(k)
bedroom ware Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(l)
trunk with battens Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(m)
If not love smthg must replace Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(n)
Modern Society Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(o)
under lamp in park Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 8(p)
passbook Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(q)
N. Pole climate tisici Dundrum Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(r)
She fucked in his bed Blue
Ithaca: sector 8(s)
½ league Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 8(t)
LB wrote music Lead Kindly light Red
Note: This theme originated in proto-Sirens (see UN5 (NLI.5B):014(bb) for a reverse link). See also UN6 (NLI.4):019(dr) for UG 18.380f.
Ithaca: sector 8(u)
He stole her glove (she knew) Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):013(cm) for UG 18.287.

Ithaca sector 9


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Ithaca: sector 9(a)
LB se pese Blue
Note: It., weighs himself
Ithaca: sector 9(b)
Milly place in pool by spit Blue
Ithaca: sector 9(c)
With relief he leads MB & Milly Blue
Ithaca: sector 9(d)
LB in tree to see entry Blue
Ithaca: sector 9(e)
Mice in pantry Blue
Ithaca: sector 9(f)
lovers silent Blue
Ithaca: sector 9(g)
LB no stick
Ithaca: sector 9(h)
Fuck creates love Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 9(i)
her shift out through buttocks Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 9(j)
gyneocracy coming
Ithaca: sector 9(k)
Blum Pascha dies & leaves LB big fortune Blue
Note: See also Sheet 15.055(h).

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Ithaca: sector 10(a)
LB finds etwas done which he intended [to] Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(b)
LB somewhat bored by men's eyes on MB Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(c)
He finds pin Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(d)
BB's good points Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(e)
LB's guests Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(f)
waifs & strays Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(g)
cold of space Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(h)
LB watering can Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(i)
Cat rocked on chair to get out
Ithaca: sector 10(j)
Wonder mice don't cry Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(k)
Letter on forehead of cat Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN5 (NLI.5B):005(cb) for UG 13.1136.
Ithaca: sector 10(l)
MB leaned on him alighting (Pen) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(m)
LB leaves book open purposely Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(n)
LB & waste paper. Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(o)
Tides. Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(p)
LB repeats jest of Bella Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(q)
didn't get tea or see Leah Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.048(t).
Ithaca: sector 10(r)
2 sides < third
Ithaca: sector 10(s)
[Same] thing he did in '82 Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(t)
dark suns Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(u)
waggoner's star. Red
Ithaca: sector 10(v)
white yellow red Red
Ithaca: sector 10(aa)
spiral nebulae Red
Ithaca: sector 10(ab)
9 years wonder (Cassiopeia) Red
Note: See also Sheet Sheet 17.027(ar) for UG 17.1123; UN4 (NLI.5A):033(aq); and Sheet 17.027(aj) for UG 17.2019f.
Ithaca: sector 10(ac)
cat's shameclosing eye Red
Ithaca: sector 10(ad)
〃 walks over LB's desk Red
Ithaca: sector 10(ae)
Resp girl |a(RC)a| wishes to hear of post in fruit or pork shop Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):010(b).
Ithaca: sector 10(af)
LB understood 2nd. time of reading Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(cd).
Ithaca: sector 10(ag)
She keeps bed warm Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(ah)
1stly 2ndly Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(ai)
LB knows end of SD's sentence (mental arith) Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(aj)
LB memories of Dignam. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(ak)
LB merit and speaks of MB Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(al)
LB trousers under MB - mangling done on premises Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(am)
Dolls of provinces, mapball. Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(an)
LB more like dad every day Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(ao)
why did he secretly smile? Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(ap)
nobody 1d. the worse Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(aq)
Hole in the Wall cold well Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(ar)
Days begin to get shorter Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(as)
Body finds out proper food, vices, Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(at)
Intermediate superintendant. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(au)
Cat ate 'em? What? Fish Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(av)
Did not know multiplication table Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(ba)
Sealed prophecy of Home Rule Blue
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):028(cn).
Ithaca: sector 10(bb)
He rinses tumbler
Ithaca: sector 10(bc)
Sexual sin not the worst Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(bd)
LB finds 1∕ in waistcoat Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(be)
LB up when she down & vice versa Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(bf)
LB & BB duel, blackmail Blue
Note: The second usage is not in 1922 or 2017 but is in 1984 (17.2205).
Ithaca: sector 10(bg)
70 yrs. birth to death, flash & peal Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(bh)
provided - which - a lie in itself - since - as Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(bi)
Room retains story of crime Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(bj)
Fuck only time people really sincere Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(bk)
Wanted Live man for spirit counter. Cook & general. exc. cusinine. Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):010(c) and UN4 (NLI.5A):010(e) for UG 8.335f.
Ithaca: sector 10(bl)
MB in middle of fuck thought of joke (German emperor) Blue
Note: Cf.UG 18.95.
Ithaca: sector 10(bm)
Milly rattling moneybox Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(bn)
35,000 birds killed for ladies' hats
Ithaca: sector 10(bo)
LB calculates day of 1878 Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 10(bp)
turnscrew, gimlet, awl & tweezers Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(bq)
scutchmills, bleachworks, Blue
Ithaca: sector 10(br)
Earth knows which side her bread is buttered
Ithaca: sector 10(bs)
as she (Pen) is
Ithaca: sector 10(bt)
SD bath last October Red
Ithaca: sector 10(bu)
beeswaxed margins Blue

Ithaca sector 11


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Ithaca: sector 11(a)
[??] [??] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 11(b)
Mount Argus Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(c)
Kimmage Garden
Ithaca: sector 11(d)
new moon with old in arms. Red
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):033(bp)
Ithaca: sector 11(e)
Molly & Milly both turn on LB Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(f)
LB shaves evg Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(g)
LB hairoil
Ithaca: sector 11(h)
her drawers cigar smell Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(i)
fanlight Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(j)
renovate old brown boots Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(k)
3 years suitors. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 11(l)
Letter of Citron address & recall Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(m)
magnifying glass Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.049(g).
Ithaca: sector 11(n)
wheelbarrow Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(o)
Endymion Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 11(p)
newmown hay Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(q)
enclose the Bull Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(r)
harness Poulaphouca Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(s)
double gleams of RB's glasses Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 11(t)
LB at dame's school Blue
Ithaca: sector 11(u)
Maria Theresia Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):033(cr).
Ithaca: sector 11(v)
Mercalli's projector Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.017(d).
Ithaca: sector 11(aa)
at end of life not ½ wishes fulfilled Blue

Ithaca sector 12


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Ithaca: sector 12(a)
LB heard toddling feet Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 18.011(s).
Ithaca: sector 12(b)
lodge Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(c)
LB with cap Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(d)
to adopt son / clown - papa Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(e)
LB visit Giant's Causeway, Golden Vale, Lough Neagh, Mullingar bicycle with umbrella tour [Killala], caves of Moher Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):019(au)
Ithaca: sector 12(f)
he felt house empty ~ Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(g)
~ (also Lestrygonians)
Ithaca: sector 12(h)
obverse Red
Ithaca: sector 12(i)
reverse Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 12(j)
net personalty Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(k)
takes off RB's boots Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.038(b).
Ithaca: sector 12(l)
SD read music? Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(m)
bolt & staple Blue
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):036(aj).
Ithaca: sector 12(n)
letterpress Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(o)
trains rarely start at 3 p.m. Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(cm).
Ithaca: sector 12(p)
LB put a marked ½ crown in circ. ~ Blue
Ithaca: sector 12(q)
~ It never came back Blue

Ithaca sector 13


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Ithaca: sector 13(a)
Ithaca
Note: underlined in blue pencil
Ithaca: sector 13(b)
idea of idea of Peter Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(c)
he knew that he knew that he knew Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(d)
Bloom Cranly - Budgen Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(e)
on same base & between same parallels Red
Ithaca: sector 13(f)
intercept Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: cf. 16.227 (Eumeus, Rosenbach)
Ithaca: sector 13(g)
on same line & same side of it Red
Ithaca: sector 13(h)
sides about the angles
Ithaca: sector 13(i)
will meet if produced Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(j)
superposition, Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(k)
~ side fall on both not acute
Ithaca: sector 13(l)
given in species Red
Ithaca: sector 13(m)
meet at infinity Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(n)
supplemental Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(o)
similar to the whole Red
Ithaca: sector 13(p)
making any angle Red
Ithaca: sector 13(q)
undivided
Ithaca: sector 13(r)
concylic Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(s)
describe a circle Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(t)
according as Red
Ithaca: sector 13(u)
a system of Blue
Note: See also UN6 (NLI.4):016(n).
Ithaca: sector 13(v)
find the locus Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(w)
all whose sides pass through a given pt.
Ithaca: sector 13(aa)
same property is true of
Ithaca: sector 13(ab)
coplanar
Ithaca: sector 13(ac)
dihedral Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(ad)
left hand = Mary of Magdala
Ithaca: sector 13(ae)
make ∠x = ∠y
Ithaca: sector 13(af)
polygon Not cancelled
Ithaca: sector 13(ag)
directly, Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(ah)
inversely Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(ai)
extremes & means meet
Ithaca: sector 13(aj)
whole : greater :: greater : less
Note: Definition of the golden ratio: the whole is to the greater part (in proportion) as the greater part is to the lesser part.
Ithaca: sector 13(ak)
position magnitude Red
Ithaca: sector 13(al)
complete rectangles
Ithaca: sector 13(am)
perimeter
Ithaca: sector 13(an)
homothetic ∆ ∆ Red
Note: The first usage is not in 1922 or 2017 (absent from proofs) but is in 1984 (17.199). Homothetic: (geometry) similar, similarly placed.
Ithaca: sector 13(ao)
cylinder formed by revolution of rect. Not cancelled
Ithaca: sector 13(ap)
cone 〃 〃 〃 〃 ∆ Blue
Note: ‘〃 〃 〃 〃 ∆’ not crossed through
Ithaca: sector 13(aq)
sphere 〃 〃 〃 〃 [half-moon] Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(ar)
by trial Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(as)
infer
Ithaca: sector 13(at)
will lie between / — fall — Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(au)
normal prep to coplanar & concurrent lines
Ithaca: sector 13(av)
which was impossible Red
Ithaca: sector 13(ba)
reentrant ~ Red
Ithaca: sector 13(bb)
~ ∠s polyhedron Red
Ithaca: sector 13(bc)
right prism, oblique prism, pyramid Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(bd)
decreases as increases Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(be)
odd even Blue
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.048(ac).
Ithaca: sector 13(bf)
34 = 81. 4 is log of 81 to base 3
Ithaca: sector 13(bg)
log 1 = 0
Ithaca: sector 13(bh)
2 = log10 100 common
Ithaca: sector 13(bi)
characteristic - mantissa
Ithaca: sector 13(bj)
LB taught Milly to read clock Blue
Ithaca: sector 13(bk)
Woman fucked: cries fill space Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(bl)
n things r |aat a timea| = n.n-r
Ithaca: sector 13(bm)
1 2 3 4 : why r = 4
Ithaca: sector 13(bn)
farrier Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(bo)
~ 1st mail ¼d, ½d, 1d Red
Ithaca: sector 13(bp)
rational & real √9 / 〃 & unreal √8 / ir— & 〃 √-8
Ithaca: sector 13(bq)
permutation > combination Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 13(br)
&ang90;n, n! factorial n
Note: See also VI.B.27.031(g)
Ithaca: sector 13(bs)
10 steamers, 90 ways
Ithaca: sector 13(bt)
O'Hara, bullfighter, Gibraltar, La Linea, / Cameron Highlanders Blue

Ithaca sector 14


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Ithaca: sector 14(a)
singly
Ithaca: sector 14(b)
only possible solution Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 14(c)
expand R. side
Ithaca: sector 14(d)
which does not involve x Red
Ithaca: sector 14(e)
without actual division Red
Ithaca: sector 14(f)
if exp zx-a. R = exp with a for x
Ithaca: sector 14(g)
a-n = 1⁄anI
Ithaca: sector 14(h)
index of product distributed over factors not over terms
Ithaca: sector 14(i)
√8 = 8½
Ithaca: sector 14(j)
carry process far enough Red
Ithaca: sector 14(k)
a = √a2 : a1⁄3 = a9⁄27
Ithaca: sector 14(l)
in its simplest form Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.050(bn) and Sheet 17.015(a).
Ithaca: sector 14(m)
an entire surd
Ithaca: sector 14(n)
duplicate ratio
Ithaca: sector 14(o)
A varies as B A ∝ B Blue
Note: See Sheet 17.014(o)
Ithaca: sector 14(p)
Interest varies jointly as principal time & %
Ithaca: sector 14(q)
term of series Blue
Ithaca: sector 14(r)
solid angle Blue
Ithaca: sector 14(s)
a+d, a+2d, l-2d, l-d, l
Ithaca: sector 14(t)
numerical value Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 14(u)
binary, ternary, quaternary scales
Ithaca: sector 14(v)
1 2 3 10 11 12 13
Ithaca: sector 14(aa)
10 = 2, 3, 4, 5
Ithaca: sector 14(ab)
again Red
Ithaca: sector 14(ac)
hence Red
Ithaca: sector 14(ad)
~ ax = a1x
Ithaca: sector 14(ae)
LB broke bank Blue
Ithaca: sector 14(af)
literal coefficient ([initials])
Ithaca: sector 14(ag)
put y = mx
Ithaca: sector 14(ah)
4.33013
Ithaca: sector 14(ai)
equidistant Blue
Ithaca: sector 14(aj)
cyclic order Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 14(ak)
a⁄b⁄c complex fraction
Ithaca: sector 14(al)
x-1⁄x - 1⁄x - 1⁄x / continued fraction Red
  • Ulysses unlocated

Ithaca sector 15


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Ithaca: sector 15(a)
reduce to lowest terms Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.014(l) and Sheet 17.050(bn).
Ithaca: sector 15(b)
discard factor
Ithaca: sector 15(c)
Shew that Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 15(d)
HCF Algebra
Ithaca: sector 15(e)
LCM arith
Ithaca: sector 15(f)
Maitland
Ithaca: sector 15(g)
drug distance
Ithaca: sector 15(h)
It was understood that Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 15(i)
every power of 9 = 9
Ithaca: sector 15(j)
abc = bac = cab Red
Ithaca: sector 15(k)
one factor 0 all 0
Ithaca: sector 15(l)
[there sits enthroned] in brain Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 15(m)
JC = ∛God
Ithaca: sector 15(n)
like & unlike
Ithaca: sector 15(o)
collect terms
Ithaca: sector 15(p)
a + b - c = b + a - c
Ithaca: sector 15(q)
a + b + (-c) = b - (+ c) + a
Ithaca: sector 15(r)
ax3 = 4 dimensions
Ithaca: sector 15(s)
a6 + a4b2 + b6
Ithaca: sector 15(t)
homogeneous Blue
Ithaca: sector 15(u)
component parts Red
Ithaca: sector 15(v)
device Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 15(aa)
Step by step Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 15(ab)
Prove that Blue
Ithaca: sector 15(ac)
x = 10 A.D.   -3x = 30 BC
Ithaca: sector 15(ad)
√5329   70 - 80
Ithaca: sector 15(ae)
resolved into algebraic sum of + 8 - 1 = - 4

Ithaca sector 16


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Ithaca: sector 16(a)
get a purchase on Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):030(cn).
Ithaca: sector 16(b)
land ¼ sea ¾ Green
Ithaca: sector 16(c)
〃 ¾ over Eq. Red
Ithaca: sector 16(d)
Old world / New world
Ithaca: sector 16(e)
alluvial Red
Ithaca: sector 16(f)
All point S - Jutland Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 16(g)
N. plain.   S. art
Ithaca: sector 16(h)
Eur. skelet.   W→→→→E
Ithaca: sector 16(i)
continental Red
Ithaca: sector 16(j)
every particle of surface water with every Red
Ithaca: sector 16(k)
continental (self contained stream) Red
Ithaca: sector 16(l)
To what S of Eq. corresponds Dublin?
Ithaca: sector 16(m)
gulfstream carries Amer. weeds Red
Ithaca: sector 16(n)
ocean rivers Red
Ithaca: sector 16(o)
spring, neap Green
Ithaca: sector 16(p)
tide in Bristol channel 30 ft / normal 3 & 4 ft
Ithaca: sector 16(q)
sea contains all soluble subst. in solution Red
Ithaca: sector 16(r)
soundings Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 16(s)
4 qts. of globe
Ithaca: sector 16(t)
2 m. T. silver in sea Red
Ithaca: sector 16(u)
Height of brick wall?
Ithaca: sector 16(v)
rolling < sliding friction
Ithaca: sector 16(aa)
exert force Red
Ithaca: sector 16(ab)
~ sextant
Ithaca: sector 16(ac)
weigh the matter Blue
Ithaca: sector 16(ad)
~ mass
Ithaca: sector 16(ae)
scalepan balance
Ithaca: sector 16(af)
acting, acted upon
Ithaca: sector 16(ag)
jaws of a vice
Ithaca: sector 16(ah)
magnit. dir. pt of application
Ithaca: sector 16(ai)
pointer cross section
Ithaca: sector 16(aj)
malleable (foil)   ductile (wire)
Ithaca: sector 16(ak)
coiled steel spring of bells Red
Ithaca: sector 16(al)
elastic arches of feet / 〃 fibres of body
Ithaca: sector 16(am)
break shock Red
Ithaca: sector 16(an)
Roundwood Co Wick. ~ Red
Note: See also Sheet 17.041(v).
Ithaca: sector 16(ao)
~ 2400 m. gall. ~ Red
Ithaca: sector 16(ap)
~ filter mains ~ Red
Ithaca: sector 16(aq)
~ Callowhill, Stillorgan 22m. Red
Note: See also Sheet 17.030(ba).
Ithaca: sector 16(ar)
~ 250 ft fall to city boundary at Leeson St. Red
Note: See also UN6 (NLI.4):016(k).
Ithaca: sector 16(as)
~ drought, canal used 1893 Red
Note: See also Sheet 17.041(v).
Ithaca: sector 16(at)
Bloomfield SCR Red
Ithaca: sector 16(au)
Smock Alley behind S.M. & John's
Ithaca: sector 16(av)
Simpson's hosp. poor decayed blind & gouty Red
Ithaca: sector 16(ba)
D floating, graving docks Red
Ithaca: sector 16(bb)
Stable C of G lowest position unstable 〃 highest 〃 neutral
Ithaca: sector 16(bc)
leaning tower of Pisa
Ithaca: sector 16(bd)
true sensitive stable balance / with false bal. weigh true Blue
Ithaca: sector 16(be)
fluid,
Ithaca: sector 16(bf)
~ compressible Red
Ithaca: sector 16(bg)
piston Red

Ithaca sector 17


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Ithaca: sector 17(a)
allowing for Blue
Ithaca: sector 17(b)
shortest - between 2 " [??]
Ithaca: sector 17(c)
L.Bl. in 1914 [??]
Ithaca: sector 17(d)
Mercator's projection Red
Note: See also Sheet 17.011(v)
Ithaca: sector 17(e)
ordnance map Blue
Ithaca: sector 17(f)
scale Not cancelled
Ithaca: sector 17(g)
contours Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 17(h)
hachures Blue
Ithaca: sector 17(i)
cutting below surface when embankment
Ithaca: sector 17(j)
torrid zone between tropics Red
Ithaca: sector 17(k)
temperate zone Red
Ithaca: sector 17(l)
interstellar Red
Ithaca: sector 17(m)
-we- static / dymanic
Ithaca: sector 17(n)
plastic Red
Ithaca: sector 17(o)
needle show true
Ithaca: sector 17(p)
ravine Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 17(q)
variation of Cork 26°W
Ithaca: sector 17(r)
lines of no variation
Ithaca: sector 17(s)
in log day added or dropt for r. world voyage
Ithaca: sector 17(t)
Woman's arse honest Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: cf. 17.2229
Ithaca: sector 17(u)
stands to reason
Ithaca: sector 17(v)
how can her fuck fuck me Green
Ithaca: sector 17(aa)
compass invention 12th. cent. old
Ithaca: sector 17(ab)
navigation coastwise Red
Ithaca: sector 17(ac)
cent per cent Red
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.041(s).
Ithaca: sector 17(ad)
inclined plane
Ithaca: sector 17(ae)
3% grade or pitch
Ithaca: sector 17(af)
arms of lever Red
Ithaca: sector 17(ag)
fulcrum Red
Ithaca: sector 17(ah)
olivepress Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: cf. 14.154 (Oxen Rosenbach)
Ithaca: sector 17(ai)
crossbeam
Ithaca: sector 17(aj)
winepress
Ithaca: sector 17(ak)
millwheel Red
Ithaca: sector 17(al)
hydraulic Red

Ithaca sector 18


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Ithaca: sector 18(a)
pump Red
Ithaca: sector 18(b)
LB climbed along the branch
Ithaca: sector 18(c)
bracket = tierod & brace
Ithaca: sector 18(d)
vertical lines not ∕∕ Blue
Ithaca: sector 18(e)
plumbline
Ithaca: sector 18(f)
leave out of 9c
Ithaca: sector 18(g)
seesaw Red

Ithaca sector 19


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Ithaca: sector 19(a)
I I
Note: Written at top of page, the first in red pencil, the second in green pencil.
Ithaca: sector 19(b)
aberration of light Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.027(bq) for UG 17.1766f.
Ithaca: sector 19(c)
purge
Ithaca: sector 19(d)
his wife's admirers Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Cf. Sheet 12.001(ai) (12.767 Ros 025 draft 12.3)
Ithaca: sector 19(e)
Dignam's insurance
Ithaca: sector 19(f)
acqueduct Red
Ithaca: sector 19(g)
water seeks level, Red
Ithaca: sector 19(h)
~ dam, leak Red
Ithaca: sector 19(i)
lawnsprinkler Blue
Ithaca: sector 19(j)
free surface of water Blue
Ithaca: sector 19(k)
level water is curved Green
Ithaca: sector 19(l)
roads
Ithaca: sector 19(m)
lagoon Red
Ithaca: sector 19(n)
~ knot
Ithaca: sector 19(o)
iceberg 1⁄9 over water
Ithaca: sector 19(p)
berg ~ Red
Ithaca: sector 19(q)
~ drops boulder
Ithaca: sector 19(r)
icefloe ~ Red
Ithaca: sector 19(s)
~ (saltwater)
Ithaca: sector 19(t)
decimal system Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 19(u)
tributary Red
Ithaca: sector 19(v)
~ estuary Red
Ithaca: sector 19(aa)
confluence Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ab)
tidal river Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ac)
~ cataract Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ad)
sediment Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ae)
~ gut (Gibraltar) Red
Ithaca: sector 19(af)
right bank S.
Ithaca: sector 19(ag)
waterparting Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ah)
—shed Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ai)
gulf coast Red
Ithaca: sector 19(aj)
bay Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ak)
~ loch Red
Ithaca: sector 19(al)
bight Red
Ithaca: sector 19(am)
~ fjord Red
Ithaca: sector 19(an)
battery of jars Red
Ithaca: sector 19(ao)
tap a current Green
Ithaca: sector 19(ap)
disregarding small lesser
Ithaca: sector 19(aq)
chain of magnets to retain charge
Ithaca: sector 19(ar)
lines of force
Ithaca: sector 19(as)
couple of forces Blue
Ithaca: sector 19(at)
~ rod connected to E. Blue
Ithaca: sector 19(au)
residual Red
Ithaca: sector 19(av)
~ polarization
Ithaca: sector 19(ba)
arclamp, glowlamp Red
Ithaca: sector 19(bb)
overshoot the mark
Ithaca: sector 19(bc)
impulse
Ithaca: sector 19(bd)
ship internal force = crew / ex   wind
Ithaca: sector 19(be)
amplitude Blue
Ithaca: sector 19(bf)
precipitated chalk
Ithaca: sector 19(bg)
nitrate of silver
Ithaca: sector 19(bh)
change of place Red
Ithaca: sector 19(bi)
deposited Red
Note: Repeated UN5 (NLI.5B):024(h).
Ithaca: sector 19(bj)
atom   lead tree
Ithaca: sector 19(bk)
Milly's hoop Red
Ithaca: sector 19(bl)
all 3 cases
Ithaca: sector 19(bm)
theory of exchange
Ithaca: sector 19(bn)
globemapballs
Note: See Sheet 17.010(am)
Ithaca: sector 19(bo)
watch hole in case find out you are in Dublin
Ithaca: sector 19(bp)
uncharted Persia
Ithaca: sector 19(bq)
1860 Syrian coast out 4 miles ∴ Jerusalem
Ithaca: sector 19(br)
cyclone
Ithaca: sector 19(bs)
S. Laurence O'Toole Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 19(bt)
Royal Hosp. Kilmainham Red
Ithaca: sector 19(bu)
last of hides
Ithaca: sector 19(bv)
head of water Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):007(bh).
Ithaca: sector 19(ca)
[baromen ashot]
Ithaca: sector 19(cb)
temperature Red
Ithaca: sector 19(cc)
R h is cold / L h is hot
Ithaca: sector 19(cd)
strokes
Ithaca: sector 19(ce)
R & L h is tepid
Ithaca: sector 19(cf)
1000 atmosphere = cannon
Ithaca: sector 19(cg)
receiver
Ithaca: sector 19(ch)
he gauged her symmetry
Ithaca: sector 19(ci)
abs. zero = -273C Red
Ithaca: sector 19(cj)
clock loses time in summer
Ithaca: sector 19(ck)
wind up clock

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Ithaca: sector 20(a)
plain
Ithaca: sector 20(b)
valley
Ithaca: sector 20(c)
steppes
Ithaca: sector 20(d)
plateau Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 20(e)
inundated Red
Ithaca: sector 20(f)
bog
Ithaca: sector 20(g)
isthmus Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 20(h)
torrent Red
Ithaca: sector 20(i)
desert
Ithaca: sector 20(j)
savannahs
Ithaca: sector 20(k)
pampas
Ithaca: sector 20(l)
peninsular War
Ithaca: sector 20(m)
prairie
Ithaca: sector 20(n)
Gennesareth N∕ W. ∠ of Galilee
Ithaca: sector 20(o)
Madeira
Ithaca: sector 20(p)
Lacrima Xi
Ithaca: sector 20(q)
Volcano wines
Ithaca: sector 20(r)
atoll, Red
Ithaca: sector 20(s)
~ coral reef
Ithaca: sector 20(t)
dam Red
Note: Repeated at Sheet 17.019(h)
Ithaca: sector 20(u)
breakwater
Ithaca: sector 20(v)
archipelago Red
Ithaca: sector 20(aa)
submarine Red
Ithaca: sector 20(ab)
promontory Red
Ithaca: sector 20(ac)
annual rainfall
Ithaca: sector 20(ad)
toe of glacier Red
Note: ‘toe’ not crossed through
Ithaca: sector 20(ae)
Jungfrau
Ithaca: sector 20(af)
ness
Ithaca: sector 20(ag)
mull Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 20(ah)
butt   bill
Ithaca: sector 20(ai)
oxidized, ore
Ithaca: sector 20(aj)
we inhale O3N7
Ithaca: sector 20(ak)
we exhale CO2
Ithaca: sector 20(al)
plants inhale C
Ithaca: sector 20(am)
restore O2
Ithaca: sector 20(an)
uniform Blue
Ithaca: sector 20(ao)
foul air = [ls] in = [ts]
Ithaca: sector 20(ap)
conduction translation
Ithaca: sector 20(aq)
silver spoon (Tweedy)
Ithaca: sector 20(ar)
as crow flies
Ithaca: sector 20(as)
making 10 knots
Ithaca: sector 20(at)
iron retires   angular
Ithaca: sector 20(au)
heat [iron] hand trajectory
Ithaca: sector 20(av)
flatirons target rifle butts
Ithaca: sector 20(ba)
Sol over not warm the air
Ithaca: sector 20(bb)
dark heat, luminous heat
Ithaca: sector 20(bc)
radiate, lampblack
Ithaca: sector 20(bd)
rough dark radiates better Red
Ithaca: sector 20(be)
part absorbed / 〃 transmitted / 〃 reflected Red
Ithaca: sector 20(bf)
terrestrial Red
Ithaca: sector 20(bg)
meridian of long / parallel of lat. Red
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):033(cs), UN4 (NLI.5A):044(ah), and Sheet 17.027(be).
Ithaca: sector 20(bh)
concavo-convex
Note: See also Sheet 17.024(n).
Ithaca: sector 20(bi)
a spread of
Note: See also Sheet 17.023(ak) below.
Ithaca: sector 20(bj)
condensed milk Red
Ithaca: sector 20(bk)
spoon gets hot
Ithaca: sector 20(bl)
siphon Red
Ithaca: sector 20(bm)
[bung]
Ithaca: sector 20(bn)
fuse, melt, ~
Ithaca: sector 20(bo)
~ liquify Blue
Ithaca: sector 20(bp)
congeal, freeze
Ithaca: sector 20(bq)
Saturn's ring Red

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Ithaca: sector 21(a)
tarn Red
Ithaca: sector 21(b)
eddy Red
Ithaca: sector 21(c)
minch Red
Ithaca: sector 21(d)
kyles
Ithaca: sector 21(e)
electroplated
Ithaca: sector 21(f)
clockwise / counterclockwise Green
Note: ‘clockwise’ not crossed through.
Ithaca: sector 21(g)
turbines Red
Ithaca: sector 21(h)
popgun Blue
Ithaca: sector 21(i)
bladder Blue

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Ithaca: sector 22(a)
the table farted Blue
Ithaca: sector 22(b)
immediacy
Ithaca: sector 22(c)
LB believes with each different writer Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):009(at) for UG 7.310.
Ithaca: sector 22(d)
parabola Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 22(e)
carpetbeater
Ithaca: sector 22(f)
ducks & drakes Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 22(g)
inertia Blue
Ithaca: sector 22(h)
~ [tramjolt]
Ithaca: sector 22(i)
circushoop Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 22(j)
LB's signature
Ithaca: sector 22(k)
dewpoint Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 22(l)
soluble Brown
Ithaca: sector 22(m)
crystal Green
Ithaca: sector 22(n)
alum
Ithaca: sector 22(o)
stress / strain Red
Ithaca: sector 22(p)
state of rest Red
Ithaca: sector 22(q)
diamond cryst. carbon
Ithaca: sector 22(r)
diffusion Blue
Ithaca: sector 22(s)
door stuck
Ithaca: sector 22(t)
crackling of wood
Ithaca: sector 22(u)
sieve
Ithaca: sector 22(v)
drop formed
Ithaca: sector 22(aa)
weld
Ithaca: sector 22(ab)
cohesion Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Use at 17.1062 derives from UN5 (NLI.5B):002(a)
Ithaca: sector 22(ac)
terracity
Ithaca: sector 22(ad)
aquacity Red
Ithaca: sector 22(ae)
elastic Blue
Ithaca: sector 22(af)
tempering
Ithaca: sector 22(ag)
miscellaneous effects Red
Ithaca: sector 22(ah)
inspector of gauges
Ithaca: sector 22(ai)
clergyman Blue
Ithaca: sector 22(aj)
saleswoman
Ithaca: sector 22(ak)
oil the doors
Ithaca: sector 22(al)
E spins W [towards] E

Ithaca sector 23


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Ithaca: sector 23(a)
LB John o' God's
Ithaca: sector 23(b)
nice nurse
Ithaca: sector 23(c)
Clondalkin
Ithaca: sector 23(d)
Finglas
Ithaca: sector 23(e)
saturated
Ithaca: sector 23(f)
simmer
Ithaca: sector 23(g)
boiling water in Quito will not cook potatoes
Ithaca: sector 23(h)
distilled
Ithaca: sector 23(i)
thermal equilibrium Blue
Ithaca: sector 23(j)
water greater [??] [??] sea
Ithaca: sector 23(k)
moderature C2'
Ithaca: sector 23(l)
evaporation
Ithaca: sector 23(m)
chill
Ithaca: sector 23(n)
graphite
Ithaca: sector 23(o)
gain access Red
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):032(bh)
Ithaca: sector 23(p)
escape gas
Ithaca: sector 23(q)
ballast
Ithaca: sector 23(r)
topheavy
Ithaca: sector 23(s)
pressure on body = 19T Red
Ithaca: sector 23(t)
MB crack inflated paperbag, bubbles
Ithaca: sector 23(u)
adulterated milk test Red
Ithaca: sector 23(v)
belljar Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 23(aa)
suction
Ithaca: sector 23(ab)
exhaust
Ithaca: sector 23(ac)
distended
Ithaca: sector 23(ad)
spec. gravity
Ithaca: sector 23(ae)
dans cette sale prison depuis 2 mois que je suis dans cette sale prison [etc] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):059(d).
Ithaca: sector 23(af)
rails of railroad never touch
Ithaca: sector 23(ag)
freezing point Blue
Ithaca: sector 23(ah)
boiling point Red
Ithaca: sector 23(ai)
35 / 27
Ithaca: sector 23(aj)
[annuitant]
Ithaca: sector 23(ak)
a spread of Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 17.020(bi) above.
Ithaca: sector 23(al)
real & apparent expansion
Ithaca: sector 23(am)
vessel of liquid expand
Ithaca: sector 23(an)
pneumatic Red

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Ithaca: sector 24(a)
J.F.X. O'Brien Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(b)
HCF x LCM = A x B Not cancelled
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):002(ad).
Ithaca: sector 24(c)
prove the rule
Ithaca: sector 24(d)
Prince Consort † 1861 Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):010(ap).
Ithaca: sector 24(e)
play duets with M.B. LB Blue
Note: cf. 16.1655
Ithaca: sector 24(f)
scalene, isoceles, equil.
Ithaca: sector 24(g)
oblong   sector   sine
Ithaca: sector 24(h)
insist on.
Ithaca: sector 24(i)
Mrs Thornton = Euryclée Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):007(cf).
Ithaca: sector 24(j)
Pretenders = suitors
Ithaca: sector 24(k)
Ul. evasive answer
Ithaca: sector 24(l)
croaking [raven]
Ithaca: sector 24(m)
Victoria = Penelope
Ithaca: sector 24(n)
concave convex
Note: See also Sheet 17.020(bh).
Ithaca: sector 24(o)
curvilinear Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(p)
rectilinear mixed
Ithaca: sector 24(q)
shortest way ∕ 2..
Ithaca: sector 24(r)
a compass
Ithaca: sector 24(s)
where property is found to [choose St]
Ithaca: sector 24(t)
minuto terzo 〃
Ithaca: sector 24(u)
alternate Blue
Note: Repeated &Sheet 17.028(q).
Ithaca: sector 24(v)
internal Red
Ithaca: sector 24(aa)
~ inflexible
Ithaca: sector 24(ab)
external Red
Ithaca: sector 24(ac)
scale of 9
Ithaca: sector 24(ad)
M = PRn
Ithaca: sector 24(ae)
I = P (Rn-1)
Ithaca: sector 24(af)
M = amt / I = total interest / r = rate of interest on £ in 1 yr / R = amt in 1 yr / P = principal / n = years
Ithaca: sector 24(ag)
100 @ 5% in in 100 = 600 / 〃 〃 C.I. — = 16,390
Ithaca: sector 24(ah)
Still waters
Ithaca: sector 24(ai)
gauging mechanically tilt of boat
Ithaca: sector 24(aj)
end of line = • Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(ak)
solid resist change of shape or division / liquid little &ditto / gas no 〃 & tend to expand
Ithaca: sector 24(al)
physic. molec. motion
Ithaca: sector 24(am)
age we live in Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 24(an)
circle = ∞ of isoc. ∆s
Ithaca: sector 24(ao)
dial, Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(ap)
~ quadrant
Ithaca: sector 24(aq)
~[dominos] Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(ar)
power of line = N,
Ithaca: sector 24(as)
odd nos, even nos Red
Note: See Sheet 17.025(as) below.
Ithaca: sector 24(at)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Note: Lines connect 1 and 9, 2 and 8, 3 and 7, 4 and 6
Ithaca: sector 24(au)
1 = 1⁄2 +1⁄4 +1⁄8 +1⁄16 9 —— ∞
Ithaca: sector 24(av)
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Ithaca: sector 24(ba)
1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 256
Ithaca: sector 24(bb)
landsurvey, 2 pts.
Ithaca: sector 24(bc)
horse Joseph, Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(bd)
ripple Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(be)
J.C. excresences Red
Ithaca: sector 24(bf)
heaventree & its nightblue fruit Red
Note: See also Sheet 17.038(g) below.
Ithaca: sector 24(bg)
waterrings Blue
Ithaca: sector 24(bh)
sweep
Ithaca: sector 24(bi)
downdraught Red
Ithaca: sector 24(bj)
flue Red
Ithaca: sector 24(bk)
lack of ventilation smoke Red
Note: ‘smoke’ not crosssed through
Ithaca: sector 24(bl)
Florence flask
Ithaca: sector 24(bm)
heat & water do work fall from level to level Red
Ithaca: sector 24(bn)
source of energy Red
Ithaca: sector 24(bo)
fuels, Red
Ithaca: sector 24(bp)
~ food, rain, Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 24(bq)
~ wind, tides = sun
Ithaca: sector 24(br)
coalfire burning forest Red

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Ithaca: sector 25(a)
adhere
Ithaca: sector 25(b)
chalk & slate
Ithaca: sector 25(c)
[glue] wetted
Ithaca: sector 25(d)
of fine bore
Ithaca: sector 25(e)
capillary attraction
Ithaca: sector 25(f)
lampwick
Ithaca: sector 25(g)
blotting paper
Ithaca: sector 25(h)
viscous cream Blue
Ithaca: sector 25(i)
floating woods rush together Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 25(j)
molten butter
Ithaca: sector 25(k)
pitch liquid
Ithaca: sector 25(l)
saline
Ithaca: sector 25(m)
wax solid
Ithaca: sector 25(n)
sugar
Ithaca: sector 25(o)
sufficient time Blue
Ithaca: sector 25(p)
middlemost
Ithaca: sector 25(q)
selfevident Green
Ithaca: sector 25(r)
vertical Blue
Ithaca: sector 25(s)
pricked line obtuse
Ithaca: sector 25(t)
~ volatile Blue
Ithaca: sector 25(u)
adjoining Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):024(cp) for UG 17.44.
Ithaca: sector 25(v)
contiguous
Ithaca: sector 25(aa)
~ filings
Ithaca: sector 25(ab)
mechanical mixture Blue
Ithaca: sector 25(ac)
chemical union Blue
Ithaca: sector 25(ad)
pneumatic trough
Ithaca: sector 25(ae)
halved
Ithaca: sector 25(af)
n yrs. [purchase]
Ithaca: sector 25(ag)
where 2 [trams] meet
Ithaca: sector 25(ah)
laboratory
Ithaca: sector 25(ai)
bending of bow
Ithaca: sector 25(aj)
compressible Red
Note: Repeated at Sheet 17.016(ba)
Ithaca: sector 25(ak)
substance
Ithaca: sector 25(al)
porous
Ithaca: sector 25(am)
body, matter, property of
Ithaca: sector 25(an)
nat phen = phys. chem. change
Ithaca: sector 25(ao)
contained in
Ithaca: sector 25(ap)
described in ∆
Ithaca: sector 25(aq)
apposition / in 〃
Ithaca: sector 25(ar)
incommensurable Blue
Ithaca: sector 25(as)
odd nos, even nos Red
Note: See also Sheet 17.020(as) above.
Ithaca: sector 25(at)
sight
Ithaca: sector 25(au)
Stationary SD
Ithaca: sector 25(av)
draft chimney Red
Ithaca: sector 25(ba)
any no of parts
Ithaca: sector 25(bb)
3 Rock Mt. Blue
Note: Cf. Sheet 17.004(i).
Ithaca: sector 25(bc)
source of error
Ithaca: sector 25(bd)
convection of heat Red
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.002(ab).
Ithaca: sector 25(be)
the vessel A Red
Ithaca: sector 25(bf)
known weight Red
Ithaca: sector 25(bg)
change of vol. temp ~
Ithaca: sector 25(bh)
~ state Red

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Ithaca: sector 26(a)
vertical shaft Red
Ithaca: sector 26(b)
obliquity   H.P.
Ithaca: sector 26(c)
latitude Red
Note: Not at 17.1621 (derives from UN6 (NLI.4):016(ae))
Ithaca: sector 26(d)
thread of screw nut lubricant
Ithaca: sector 26(e)
delivery tube
Ithaca: sector 26(f)
axle Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 26(g)
[augur]
Ithaca: sector 26(h)
force   work   resistance
Ithaca: sector 26(i)
propel Red
Ithaca: sector 26(j)
ignited Blue
Ithaca: sector 26(k)
steady pull
Ithaca: sector 26(l)
LB's experiment
Ithaca: sector 26(m)
man heats others Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 26(n)
vice
Ithaca: sector 26(o)
machine cannot create work
Ithaca: sector 26(p)
freight efficiency
Ithaca: sector 26(q)
kinetic potential Blue
Ithaca: sector 26(r)
frequency Blue
Ithaca: sector 26(s)
pulse = compress state of air
Ithaca: sector 26(t)
candle illuminate objects
Ithaca: sector 26(u)
Throwaway Blue
Ithaca: sector 26(v)
flash report Blue
Ithaca: sector 26(aa)
He won Blue

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Ithaca: sector 27(a)
I
Note: written at the top in brown crayon
Ithaca: sector 27(b)
Lake of Dreams / Sea of Fecundity / Swamp of Mists / Gulf of Dews / Sea of Rains Blue
The Moon became the favorite object of astronomers, and the numerous observations made of it authorized the delineation of very interesting selenographic charts. In order to find one's way among the seas, plains, and mountains that make up the lunar territory, it was necessary to name them. The seas were the first to be baptized, in accordance with their reputed astrological influences. Accordingly, we find on the Moon, the Sea of Fecundity, the Lake of Death, the Sea of Humors, the Ocean of Tempests, the Sea of Tranquility, the Marsh of Mists, the Lake of Dreams, the Sea of Putrefaction, the Peninsula of Reverie, the Sea of Rains, etc. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 245f
Ithaca: sector 27(c)
Alps, Pyrennees Blue
With regard to the luminous parts and the mountains, it was at first proposed to call them after the most illustrious astronomers, but the fear of giving offense acted as a check on Hevelius and Riccioli, authors of the first lunar maps (1647, 1651), and they judged it more prudent to transfer the names of the terrestrial mountains to the Moon. The Alps, the Apennines, the Pyrenees, the Carpathians, are all to be found up there; then, as the vocabulary of the mountains was not adequate, the scientists reasserted their rights, and we meet in the Moon, Aristotle, Plato, Hipparchus, Ptolemy, Copernicus, Kepler, Newton, as well as other more modern and even contemporaneous celebrities. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 246
Note: The Rosenbach usage represents a relocation and revision of the draft 1 entry; it was not taken directly from the notesheet.
Ithaca: sector 27(d)
crater Blue
In effect, these mountains of the moon are ancient volcanic craters, with no summits, nor covers. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 248f
Ithaca: sector 27(e)
[focus] Blue
The Sun is at the center (or, more properly speaking, at the focus, for the planets describe an ellipse) of this system, and controls them. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 111 and passim
Ithaca: sector 27(f)
people at equator travel quicker Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
We must add that this vast world, like the Sun, does not rotate all in one period. Eight different currents can be perceived upon its surface. The most rapid is that of the equatorial zone, which accomplishes its revolution in 9 hours, 50 minutes, 29 seconds. A point situated on the equator therefore carried forward at a speed of 12,500 meters (7 miles) per second, and this giddy velocity of Jupiter that has produced the flattening of the poles. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 153f
Ithaca: sector 27(g)
geyser Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
From this agitated surface [of the Sun] there is a constant ejection of gigantic eruptions, immense jets of flame, geysers of fire, projected at a terrific speed to prodigious heights. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 102
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):030(ar) for UG 17.207
Ithaca: sector 27(h)
condensed nebula = sun Red
One of the principal causes of the heat of the Sun is its condensation. According to all probabilities, the solar globe represents for us the nucleus of a vast nebula, that extended in primitive times beyond the orbit of Neptune, and which in its contraction has finally produced this central focus. In virtue of the law of transformation of motion into heat, this condensation, which has not yet reached its limit, suffices to raise this colossal globe to its level of temperature, and to maintain it there for millions of years. In addition, a substantial number of meteors is forever falling into it. This furnace is a true pandemonium. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 106
Ithaca: sector 27(i)
heat mode of motion Green
In virtue of the law of transformation of motion into heat, this condensation, which has not yet reached its limit, suffices to raise this colossal globe [the Sun] to its level of temperature, and to maintain it there for millions of years. In addition, a substantial number of meteors is forever falling into it. This furnace is a true pandemonium. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 106
Ithaca: sector 27(j)
comets, Blue
And now to recapitulate our knowledge of the Solar Empire. In the first place, we see a colossal globe of fire dominating and governing the worlds that belong to him. Around him are grouped planets, in number eight principal, formed of solid and obscure matter, gravitating round the central orb. Other secondary orbs, the satellites, revolve round the planets, which keep them within the sphere of their attraction. And lastly, the comets, irregular celestial bodies, track the whole extent of the great solar province. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 111f
Ithaca: sector 27(k)
~ meteors, Red
To these might be added the whirlwinds of meteors, as it were disaggregated comets, which also circle round the Sun, and give origin to shooting stars, when they come into collision with the Earth. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 112
Ithaca: sector 27(l)
~ satellites. Red
Other secondary orbs, the satellites, revolve round the planets, which keep them within the sphere of their attraction. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 112
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):029(bi) for UG 17.1084
Ithaca: sector 27(m)
L. goes W. E. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Separating with regret from her cradle, but attached to the Earth by indissoluble ties of attraction, she [the moon] rotates round us in a month, from west to east, and this movement keeps her back a little each day in relation to the stars. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 233
Ithaca: sector 27(n)
waterless lunar seas Blue
To-day we know that these “seas” are destitute of water, and that if the lunar globe possesses an atmosphere, it must be excessively light. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 245
Ithaca: sector 27(o)
violet longest seen after sunset
At this point we examined the effects of the solar light upon the seven colors of the spectrum. […] We then saw the first four disappear successively and entirely and turn black in few seconds, in the following order: violet, indigo, blue, green. The three other colors [yellow, orange, red] were considerably attenuated by the darkness, but remained visible. It should be noted that in the normal order of things—that is, every evening—the contrary appears; violet remains visible after the red. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 278f
Ithaca: sector 27(p)
red 〃 eclipse Red
At this point we examined the effects of the solar light upon the seven colors of the spectrum. In order to determine as accurately as possible the tonality of the light of the eclipse, had prepared seven great sheets, each painted boldly in the colors of the spectrum, violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange, red; and similar series in pieces of silk. These colors were laid at our feet upon the terrace where my wife, as well as Countess de Baume, were watching with me. We then saw the first four disappear successively and entirely and turn black in few seconds, in the following order: violet, indigo, blue, green. The three other colors [yellow, orange, red] were considerably attenuated by the darkness, but remained visible. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 278f
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):041(aq) for UG 13.1075.
Ithaca: sector 27(q)
roygbiv Red
At this point we examined the effects of the solar light upon the seven colors of the spectrum. In order to determine as accurately as possible the tonality of the light of the eclipse, had prepared seven great sheets, each painted boldly in the colors of the spectrum, violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange, red; and similar series in pieces of silk. These colors were laid at our feet upon the terrace where my wife, as well as Countess de Baume, were watching with me. We then saw the first four disappear successively and entirely and turn black in few seconds, in the following order: violet, indigo, blue, green. The three other colors were considerably attenuated by the darkness, but remained visible. It should be noted that in the normal order of things—that is, every evening—the contrary appears; violet remains visible after the red. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 278f
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):041(aq) for UG 13.1075.
Ithaca: sector 27(r)
shadow of moon flies over earth Red
Some persons assured me that they saw the shadow of the Moon flying rapidly over the landscape. My attention was otherwise occupied, and was unable to verify this interesting observation. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 283f
Ithaca: sector 27(s)
vortex Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
The thoughtful mind, prone to contemplation and admiration of the beauties of Nature, is ill at ease in this perpetual vortex that swallows everything—satisfaction, in a life that one has not time to relish; love of the beautiful, that one views with indifference; it is a whirlpool that perpetually hides Truth from us, forgotten forever at the bottom of her well. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 80
Ithaca: sector 27(t)
coal fossil trees sunlight Green
Ithaca: sector 27(u)
peninsula delta Blue
Ithaca: sector 27(v)
fire into sky frighten eclipse dragon,
In all times and among all people we find traces of popular superstitions connected with eclipses. Here, the abnormal absence of the Moon's light is regarded as a sign of divine anger: the humble penitents betake themselves to prayer to ward off the divine anger. There, the cruelty of the dread dragon is to be averted: he must be chased away by cries and threats, and the sky is bombarded with shots to deliver the victim from his monstrous oppressor. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 267f
Ithaca: sector 27(w)
hide in perfumed cellar.
To preserve themselves from so many dangers, and in accordance with the physicians' orders, numbers of frightened people shut themselves up in tightly closed and perfumed cellars, where they awaited the decrees of Fate. The approach of the phenomenon increased the panic, and it is said that one village curé, being unable to hear the confessions of all his flock, who wanted to discharge their souls of sin before taking flight for a better world, was fain to tell them “there was no hurry, because the eclipse had been put off a fortnight on account of the number of penitents”! Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 268
Ithaca: sector 27(x)
beating cans,
The lunar eclipse of December 16, 1880, was not unnoticed at Tackhent (Russian Turkestan), where it was received with a terrific din of saucepans, samovars and various implements struck together again and again by willing hands that sought to deliver the Moon from the demon Tchaitan who was devouring her. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 270
Ithaca: sector 27(aa)
line of nodes Blue
We said above that these phenomena were produced when the Full Moon and the New Moon reached the line of intersection, known as the line of nodes, when the plane of the lunar orbit cuts the plane of the ecliptic. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 271
Ithaca: sector 27(ab)
2 eclipses 1 yr. not more than 7
On examining this cycle, composed of 223 lunations, we see that there can not be more than seven eclipses in one year, nor less than two. When there are only two, they are eclipses of the Sun. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 271
Ithaca: sector 27(ac)
transit Blue
The eclipse was total, and occurred at the moment predicted by calculation. Then the obscure globe of the Moon pursued its regular course, discovered the radiant orb behind, and gradually and slowly completed its transit in front of him. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 274 and passim
Note: There are three other uses of ‘transit’ in the episode—on NLI.13-6r (proto only), Ros-18 (UG 17.1573), TS=B (UG 17.1738)—but they have no astronomical connotations.
Ithaca: sector 27(ad)
bats come out children, birds silent, cold, wind drops, men pale, black sea Red
When some three-quarters of the Sun were eclipsed, the pigeons which had flown back to the farm huddled into a corner, and made no further movement. They told me that evening that the fowls had done the same a little later, returning to the hen-house as though it had been night, and that the small children (who were very numerous at Elche, where the population is certainly not diminishing) left off their games, and came back to their mothers' skirts. The birds flew anxiously to their nests. The ants in one garden were excessively agitated, no doubt disconcerted in their strategics. The bats came out. […] The light of the day lessens and is transformed. A sense of oppression is felt by all nature, the birds are hushed, the dog takes refuge with his master, the chickens hide beneath their mother's wing, the wind drops, the temperature falls, an appalling stillness is everywhere perceptible, as though the universe were on the verge of some imminent catastrophe. Men's faces assume a cadaverous hue similar to that given at night by the flame of spirits of wine and salt, a livid funereal light, the sinister illumination of the world's last hour. […] Light considerably diminished, becoming wan, strange, and sinister. Landscape leaden gray, sea looks black. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 276ff
Ithaca: sector 27(ae)
operaglass reveals stars of 7th. mag. Red
Even opera-glasses disclose stars of the seventh magnitude. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 60
Ithaca: sector 27(af)
never see more than 3000
In reality, we never see at a given moment more than three thousand stars. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 60
Ithaca: sector 27(ag)
light from polestar 36 years
The light that flies through Space at a velocity of 300,000 kilometers (186,000 miles) per second, takes thirty-six years and a half to reach us from this distant sun: i.e., the luminous ray we are now receiving from Polaris has been traveling for more than the third of century. When you, gentle reader, were born, the ray that arrives to-day from the Pole-Star was already speeding on its way. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 63
Ithaca: sector 27(ah)
no fixed stars Blue
There are no fixed stars. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 74
Note: See also Sheet 17.033(bq) below.
Ithaca: sector 27(ai)
variable suns Blue
And here let us pause for an instant to consider the variable stars. Our Sun, which is constant and uniform in its light, does not set the type of all the stars. A great number of them are variable—either periodically, in regular cycles—or irregularly. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 75
Ithaca: sector 27(aj)
☆ in Cassiopeia brighter than Sirius Red
Again, we must note the temporary stars, which shine for a certain time, and then die out rapidly. Such was the star in Cassiopeia, in 1572, the light of which exceeded Sirius in its visibility in full daylight, burning for five months with unparalleled splendor, dominating all other stars of first magnitude; after which it died out gradually, disappearing at the end of seventeen months, to the terror of the peoples, who saw in it the harbinger of the world's end: that of 1604, in the Constellation of the Serpent, which shone for a year; of 1866, of second magnitude, in the Northern Crown, which appeared for a few weeks only; of 1876, in the Swan; of 1885, in the Nebula of Andromeda; of 1891, in the Charioteer; and quite recently, of 1901, in Perseus. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 77f
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):033(aq); Sheet 17.010(ab) and Sheet 17.027(ar) for UG 17.1123.
Ithaca: sector 27(ak)
reappeared in Scorpion 1914 Blue
Note: On page 9 of H. C. Wilson and C. H. Gingrich, Observations of the Comets of 1913 and 1914 in Publications of the Goodsell Observatory, Carleton College, vol. 4, can be found: Comet 1914 a (Kitzinger) was discovered by Dr H.H. KItzinger at Bothkamp, Geermany, on March 29, 1914, in the constellation Scorpio. It was a small and rather diffuse object, easily seen in a small telescope but difficult to point because of its diffuseness.
Ithaca: sector 27(al)
in Northern Crown 1866 new star. Blue
Again, we must note the temporary stars, which shine for a certain time, and then die out rapidly. […] that of 1604, in the Constellation of the Serpent, which shone for a year; of 1866, of second magnitude, in the Northern Crown, which appeared for a few weeks only; of 1876, in the Swan; of 1885, in the Nebula of Andromeda; of 1891, in the Charioteer; and quite recently, of 1901, in Perseus. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 77f
Ithaca: sector 27(am)
Collision ~ Blue
These temporary stars, which appear spontaneously to the observers on the Earth, and quickly vanish again, are doubtless due to collisions, conflagrations, or celestial cataclysms. But we only see them long after the epoch at which the phenomena occurred, years upon years, and centuries ago. For instance, the conflagration photographed by the author in 1901, in Perseus, must have occurred in the time of Queen Elizabeth. It has taken all this time for the rays of light to reach us. (78) Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 78
Ithaca: sector 27(an)
~ but took place centuries before seen. Red
These temporary stars, which appear spontaneously to the observers on the Earth, and quickly vanish again, are doubtless due to collisions, conflagrations, or celestial cataclysms. But we only see them long after the epoch at which the phenomena occurred, years upon years, and centuries ago. For instance, the conflagration photographed by the author in 1901, in Perseus, must have occurred in the time of Queen Elizabeth. It has taken all this time for the rays of light to reach us.) Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 78
Ithaca: sector 27(ao)
occultation. Blue
When the Moon passes in front of the Pleiades, and occults them successively, it is hard to believe one's eyes. The fact occurred, e.g., on July 23, 1897, during a fine occultation observed at the author's laboratory of Juvisy (FIG. 26.-Occultation of the Pleiades by the Moon). Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 85
Ithaca: sector 27(ap)
i Zingari,
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):014(d) for UG 18.296. ‘i Zingari’ is the name of an amateur cricket club founded in 1845. Zingaro: a gypsy.
Ithaca: sector 27(aq)
SD & LB a double sun Red
One of the most splendid of these double stars, and at the same time one of the easiest to perceive, is ζ in the Great Bear, or Mizar, mentioned above in describing this constellation. Fig. 17—The double star Mizar. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 68f
Ithaca: sector 27(ar)
Cassiopeia - never sets Red
We will continue our journey by way of Cassiopeia, a fine constellation placed on the opposite side of the Pole-Star relation to the Great Bear, and shaped somewhat like the open limbs of the letter W. It is also called the Chair. And, in fact, when the figure is represented with the line αβ below, the line xy forms the seat, and yδε its back.

If a straight line is drawn from δ of the Great Bear, and prolonged beyond the Pole-Star in a quantity equal to the distance which separates these two stars, it is easy to find this constellation (Fig. 5). This group, like the preceding, never sets, and is always visible, opposite to the Great Bear. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 36f

Note: See also Sheet Sheet 17.010(ab); UN4 (NLI.5A):033(aq); and Sheet 17.027(aj) for UG 17.2019f.
Ithaca: sector 27(as)
circumpolar ~ Red
All the Constellations described above belong to the Northern Hemisphere. Those nearest the pole are called circumpolar. They revolve round the pole in twenty-four hours. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 42
Ithaca: sector 27(at)
~ stars turn in 24 hours
All the Constellations described above belong to the Northern Hemisphere. Those nearest the pole are called circumpolar. They revolve round the pole in twenty-four hours. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 42
Ithaca: sector 27(au)
♈ ♉ ♊ ♋ ♌ ♍ ♎ ♏ ♐ ♑ ♒ ♓ Blue
The belt is divided into twelve parts that are called the twelve Signs of the Zodiac, also named by the ancients the “Houses of the Sun,” since the Sun visits one of them in each month. These are the signs, with the primitive characters that distinguish them: the Ram ♈, the Bull ♉, the Twins ♊, the Crab ♋, the Lion ♌, the Virgin ♍, the Balance ♎, the Scorpion ♏, the Archer ♐, the Goat ♑, the Water-Carrier ♒, the Fishes ♓. The sign ♈ represents the horns of the Ram, ♉ the head of the Bull, and so on. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 43
Ithaca: sector 27(av)
magnitude = brightness Red
To facilitate the observation of stars of varying brilliancy, they have been classified in order of magnitude, according to their apparent brightness, and since the dimensions of these distant suns are almost wholly unknown to us, the most luminous stars were naturally denoted as of first magnitude, those which were a little less bright of the second, and so on. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 56
Ithaca: sector 27(ba)
snakespiral Blue
Perhaps the most marvelous of all is that of the Greyhounds, which evolves in gigantic spirals round a dazzling focus, and then loses itself far off in the recesses of space. Fig. 24 gives a picture of it. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 82
Note: Joyce's source seems to be as much Figure 24 as Flammarion's text.
Ithaca: sector 27(bb)
holly, hazel, ash, olive Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Only the last two words are crossed out
Ithaca: sector 27(bc)
jews round table at abend think [biz] talk different Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 27(bd)
travel round earth in front of sun, gain 1 day, steal a march on him. Blue
If we could make the tour of the world in twenty-four hours, starting at midday from some place to go round the globe, and traveling westward with the Sun, we should have him always over our heads. In traveling round the world from West to East, one goes in front of the Sun, and gains by one day; in taking the opposite direction, from East to West, one loses a day. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 223
Note: Possibly moved to UN5 (NLI.5B):003(e) for UG 4.84.
Ithaca: sector 27(be)
meridian, latitudes, Blue
The equator is divided into 360 parts or degrees, by other circles that go from one pole to the other. These are the longitudes or meridians (see Fig. 62). The distance between the equator and the pole is divided into larger or smaller circles, which have received the name of latitudes. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 226
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):033(cs), UN4 (NLI.5A):044(ah); and Sheet 17.020(bg) for UG 17.2303f.
Ithaca: sector 27(bf)
comet July 1903
These eccentric visitors do not resemble the planets, for they have no opaque body like the Earth, Venus, Mars, or any of the rest. They are transparent nebulosities, of extreme lightness, without mass nor density. We have just photographed the comet of the moment, July, 1903: the smallest stars are visible through its tail, and even through the nucleus.] Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 183
Ithaca: sector 27(bg)
Aug. 10 - S Laurence' tears Red
Every one knows the shooting stars of August 10th, because they arrive in the fine warm summer evenings so favorable to general contemplation of the Heavens. The phenomenon lasts till the 12th, and even beyond, but the maximum is on the 10th. When the sky is very clear, and there is no moon, hundreds of shooting stars can be counted on those three nights, sometimes thousands. They all seem to come from the same quarter of the Heavens, which is called the radiant, and is situated for the August swarm in the constellation of Perseus, whence they have received the name of Perseids. Our forefathers also called them the tears of St. Lawrence, because the feast of that saint is on the same date. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 194f
Ithaca: sector 27(bh)
insects under stone, ~ Red
A drop of water contains thousands of curious and agile creatures. A grain of dust from the streets of Paris is the home of 130,000 bacteria. If we turn over the soil of a garden, field, or meadow, we find the earthworms working to produce assimilable slime. If we lift a stone in the path, we discover a crawling population. If we gather a flower, detach a leaf, we everywhere find little insects living a parasitic existence. Swarms of midges in the sun, the trees of the wood are peopled with nests, the birds sing, and chase each other at play, the lizards dart away at our approach, we trample down the ant-heaps and the molehills. Life enwraps us an inexorable encroachment of which we are at once the heroes and the victims, perpetuating itself to its own detriment, as imposed upon an eternal reproduction. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 318f
Ithaca: sector 27(bi)
~ bacteria midge. Red
A drop of water contains thousands of curious and agile creatures. A grain of dust from the streets of Paris is the home of 130,000 bacteria. If we turn over the soil of a garden, field, or meadow, we find the earthworms working to produce assimilable slime. If we lift a stone in the path, we discover a crawling population. If we gather a flower, detach a leaf, we everywhere find little insects living a parasitic existence. Swarms of midges in the sun, the trees of the wood are peopled with nests, the birds sing, and chase each other at play, the lizards dart away at our approach, we trample down the ant-heaps and the molehills. Life enwraps us an inexorable encroachment of which we are at once the heroes and the victims, perpetuating itself to its own detriment, as imposed upon an eternal reproduction. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 318f
Ithaca: sector 27(bj)
L cemetery, Blue
The immensity of Heaven bears in its bosom cradles as well as tombs, worlds to come and perished worlds. It abounds in extinct suns, and cemeteries. In all probability Jupiter is not yet inhabited. What does this prove? The Earth was not inhabited during its primordial period: what did that prove to the inhabitants of Mars or of the Moon, who were perhaps observing it at that epoch, a few million years ago? Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 326
Ithaca: sector 27(bk)
~ geology embedded storia Red
Ithaca: sector 27(bl)
E obliges L to present same face Blue
Several astronomers, and not the least considerable, think that the tides produced by the Sun upon her seas, or globe in its state of pristine fluidity, must have been strong enough to seize and fix her, as the Earth did for the Moon, thus obliging her to present always the same face to the Sun. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 127
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):002(i) for addition of ‘forced’.
Ithaca: sector 27(bm)
Galileo & S.M. discover Jupiter together Red
The four principal satellites of Jupiter were discovered at the same time, on the same evenings (January 7 and 8, 1610), by the two astronomers who were pointing their telescopes at Jupiter: Galileo in Italy, and Simon Marius in Germany. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 154f
Ithaca: sector 27(bn)
Bode's Law (0 + 4) (3 + 4) (6 + 4) (12 + 4) Red
A very simple proportion, known as Bode's law, has been observed, which indicates approximately the relative distances of the planets from the Sun. It is as follows: Starting from 0, write the number 3, and double successively,
0 3 6 12 24 48 96 192 384.
Then, add the number 4 to each of the preceding figures, which gives the following series:
4 7 10 16 28 52 100 196 388.
Now it is a very curious fact that if the distance between the Earth and the Sun be represented by 10, the figure 4 represents the orbit of Mercury, 7 that of Venus, 16 of Mars; the figure 28 stands for the medium distance of the minor planets; the distances of Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus agree with 52, 100, and 196. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 167
Ithaca: sector 27(bo)
[at] 57 time l = 1 degree
Now, we know that an object presenting an angle of one degree is at a distance of 57 times its length. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 297
Ithaca: sector 27(bp)
parallax Blue
Venus is thus at the apex of two equal triangles, the bases of which rest, respectively, upon the Earth and on the Sun. The measurement of this angle gives what is called the parallax of the Sun—that is, the angular dimension at which the Earth would be seen at the distance of the Sun. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 297
Note: See also Sheet 17.033(bq), Sheet 17.047(u), and Sheet 15.054(am).
Ithaca: sector 27(bq)
aberration of light Blue
The stars, disseminated in space, shed floods of light upon the Heavens. If the Earth were motionless, the luminous rays would reach us directly. But our planet is spinning, racing, with the utmost speed, and in our astronomical observations we are forced to follow its movements, and to incline our telescopes in the direction of its advance. This phenomenon, known under the name of aberration of light, is the result of the combined effects of the velocity of light and of the Earth's motion. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 299f
Note: See also Sheet 17.019(b).
Ithaca: sector 27(br)
Kepler dist3 = t of revol2 Red
It is obvious that the revolution of a planet round the Sun will be longer in proportion as the distance is greater, and the orbit that has to be traveled vaster. This is simple. But the most curious thing is that there is a geometric proportion in the relations between the duration of the revolutions of the planets and their distances. This proportion was discovered by Kepler, after thirty years of research, and embodied in the following formula: “The squares of the times of revolution of the planets round the Sun (the periodic times) are proportional to the cubes of their mean distances from the Sun.” Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 302f

Ithaca sector 28


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Ithaca: sector 28(a)
SD bootsoles on flag of hollow lane twanged a fourfold chord, scale of a jew's mouth harp Blue
Ithaca: sector 28(b)
below zero Blue
Ithaca: sector 28(c)
deal logically with the unknown Red
Ithaca: sector 28(d)
working hypothesis Red
Ithaca: sector 28(e)
reductio ad absurdum Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 28(f)
prod. elim. of some elements of complexity / 1) state of ignorance / 2) respect for as yet unknown / 3) never shirk absurd
Ithaca: sector 28(g)
heavy wt. lifting, ringwts. / parallel bars (H.S.) Blue
Ithaca: sector 28(h)
Union Jack in [house] Blue
Ithaca: sector 28(i)
finite differences = curve Red
Ithaca: sector 28(j)
away with false hypothesis Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 28(k)
non(entity) Red
Ithaca: sector 28(l)
infinity = escape from hypothesis
Ithaca: sector 28(m)
0 produces ∞
Ithaca: sector 28(n)
15. vi. 1904 / 15. vi 1889 / 15. ix 1888 / 1870 Not cancelled
Note: Calculation of the date of the conception of Milly (born 15 June 1889) if the standard passage of time (9 months) had elapsed, and the age of Molly at the time (just over 18 years). In the text Joyce moved the date of conception forward to 8 October (the date of his elopement with Nora), necessitating that Milly was a few weeks premature.
Ithaca: sector 28(o)
clean sheets Blue
Ithaca: sector 28(p)
greater, lesser inequality Red
Ithaca: sector 28(q)
alternate Blue
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.024(u).
Ithaca: sector 28(r)
Homer saw same stars
To whatever quarter of the Heavens we look, the splendors of the night are revealed to our astonished gaze. These celestial eyes seem in their turn to gaze at, and to question us. Thus indeed have they questioned every thinking soul, so long as Humanity has existed on our Earth. Homer saw and sung these self-same stars. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 11f
Ithaca: sector 28(s)
her hemispheres Blue
Since the Sun can only illuminate one side of our globe at one moment, that is to say one hemisphere, it follows that Night is nothing but the state of the part that is not illuminated. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 19f
Ithaca: sector 28(t)
cuckolded by jew? Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 28(u)
Ul. estranged Red
Ithaca: sector 28(v)
E daughter of Sol Red
The Earth like her fellows, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, one of the planets of the great solar family.

The Sun, her father, protects her, and directs all her actions. She, as the grateful daughter, obeys him blindly. All float in perfect harmony over the celestial ocean.

Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 18
Ithaca: sector 28(aa)
a fair proportion of public
Ithaca: sector 28(ab)
Bloom Flower & Co Blue
Note: See also UN6 (NLI.4):015(c)
Ithaca: sector 28(ac)
RB counts money Blue
Note: Now 17.1928.
Ithaca: sector 28(ad)
zenith, Blue
The blue disk attains the zenith, and is beginning its descent toward the West, when the East lights up with the flames of a scarlet sun, which in its turn ascends the heights of the firmament. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 71 and passim
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):002(bd) for UG 17.1609.
Ithaca: sector 28(ae)
~ apogee Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
The eclipse is partial if the Moon covers only a portion of the Sun; total if she covers it entirely; annular, if the solar disk is visible all round the lunar disk, as appears when the Moon, in her elliptical orbit, is beyond medium distance, toward the apogee. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 263
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):002(be) for UG 17.1096.
Ithaca: sector 28(af)
athens time Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
The countries situated to the East are, on the contrary, ahead of us. When it is noon in Paris, it is already 56 minutes after midday at Vienna; 1.25 p.m. at Athens; 2.21 p.m. at Moscow; 3.16 p.m. at Teheran; 4.42 p.m. at Bombay; and so on. We are here speaking of real times, and not of the conventional times. Camille Flammarion, Astronomy for Amateurs (1904), 222f
Ithaca: sector 28(ag)
produce both ways Blue
Ithaca: sector 28(ah)
4th. dimension
Ithaca: sector 28(ai)
veining of wood = growth
Ithaca: sector 28(aj)
stain,
Ithaca: sector 28(ak)
~ wet, drought Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 28(al)
tangent,
Ithaca: sector 28(am)
~ diagram, Blue
Ithaca: sector 28(an)
normal Green
Ithaca: sector 28(ao)
~ divide externally Red
Ithaca: sector 28(ap)
roundness [good] to eat Not cancelled
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):010(d) for UG 8.860.
Ithaca: sector 28(aq)
logic forked sticks in [??]

Ithaca sector 29


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Ithaca: sector 29(a)
receives [imbecilic] prospectus Blue
Ithaca: sector 29(b)
ebreata Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 29(c)
corkscrew Blue
Ithaca: sector 29(d)
let x be Blue
Ithaca: sector 29(e)
proportional
Ithaca: sector 29(f)
duplicate
Ithaca: sector 29(g)
state in Euclid Red
Ithaca: sector 29(h)
prove in algebra Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 29(i)
ma = mb Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 29(j)
convergent Blue
Ithaca: sector 29(k)
ratio x recip = 1
Ithaca: sector 29(l)
> 14⁄10 < 15⁄10 141⁄100 142⁄100
Ithaca: sector 29(m)
LB juvenis made fun of jews Blue
Ithaca: sector 29(n)
7 = (1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1) [+ 2] Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 29(o)
fall per sec = W
Ithaca: sector 29(p)
mind develops muscle   exercise before glass Blue
Ithaca: sector 29(q)
stiffness pleasant Blue
Ithaca: sector 29(r)
contract muscles wet head first then splash chest & head Red
Ithaca: sector 29(s)
dress undried

Ithaca sector 30


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Ithaca: sector 30(a)
LB ‘I see her’ Amiens Street Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 30(b)
Easter egg ribbon Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(c)
Wd. they ever have same age? / Neither wd. SD at any time have LB's age at that time. nor LB SD's age. Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(d)
of 2nd. dimension.
Ithaca: sector 30(e)
bring down x
Ithaca: sector 30(f)
LB & SD see shooting star. Red
Ithaca: sector 30(g)
gives x.
Ithaca: sector 30(h)
addenda Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(i)
Proof add. Rem. & Subtract. Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(j)
southerly aspect Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):024(ak).
Ithaca: sector 30(k)
geom. biscuits Blue
Note: See also Sheet 15.049(g).
Ithaca: sector 30(l)
LB invents recline Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(m)
ready reckoner Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(n)
quick long tots Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(o)
saved £sd. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 30(p)
in words & figures Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 30(q)
spider at night money in sight
Ithaca: sector 30(r)
Musical insect.
Ithaca: sector 30(s)
she reigns in disorder's house
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):059(f).
Ithaca: sector 30(t)
Mithaca
Ithaca: sector 30(u)
Heavy weather, glass low ∴ little pressure
Ithaca: sector 30(v)
betting ticket Red
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):033(p).
Ithaca: sector 30(aa)
gross = 144
Ithaca: sector 30(ab)
|afolded eve papera|
Ithaca: sector 30(ac)
rule of 3
Ithaca: sector 30(ad)
antecedent, consequent, Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(ae)
greater put down the less
Ithaca: sector 30(af)
pack of 11 (for 1) envelopes Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(ag)
computed Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(ah)
quire reams, sheet Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(ai)
fathom Red
Ithaca: sector 30(aj)
22 yds = 100 links = 1 chain
Ithaca: sector 30(ak)
acres, roods & perches Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.041(ao).
Ithaca: sector 30(al)
gill, naggin, pint, Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(am)
~ quart Red
Ithaca: sector 30(an)
20 grains 1 scruple, 35 = 1 dram Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(ao)
Irish mile Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(ap)
Joe Toomey Esq [Dunedin] “best place in world” Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(aq)
reduce to Red
Ithaca: sector 30(ar)
~ avoirdupois Green
Ithaca: sector 30(as)
as plain as 2 x 2 = 4
Ithaca: sector 30(at)
take care of pence & £.. Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(au)
perch, Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 30(av)
~ league, furlong Red
Ithaca: sector 30(ba)
statute mile Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.016(aq).
Ithaca: sector 30(bb)
Hebrew dead language in Jesus time Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 16.022(n)
Ithaca: sector 30(bc)
E never passes through same place Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(bd)
In a pinhead milliards of milliards Red
Ithaca: sector 30(be)
Nerves transmit pain 28 m per sec Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(bf)
the nebula we see is now sun. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 30(bg)
Red stars are spenti Red
Ithaca: sector 30(bh)
Libyan floods Mars 1882-1888 Red
Ithaca: sector 30(bi)
Martian humans older Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(bj)
Sundam trench of Pacific deep Red
Ithaca: sector 30(bk)
LB's sure womanhand showing Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(bl)
telescopic planets Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(bm)
Ein Marsbewohner ... Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 30(bn)
cd put comet in thimble Red
Ithaca: sector 30(bo)
comet wandering jew Blue
Ithaca: sector 30(bp)
Wire Paris 12 hear Brest 11:40 Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 30(bq)
Dubliners wake & continue (Vesuvians)

Ithaca sector 31


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Ithaca: sector 31(a)
Judaism misfortune not religion ([Heine]) Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(b)
deforesting for military reasons / 1765 timber ceased Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):018(v) and UN5 (NLI.5B):018(w).
Ithaca: sector 31(c)
timber a crop must be cut
Ithaca: sector 31(d)
Jews invented everything Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(e)
elms of Kildare 38 ft. r. Blue
Note: See also UN1 (NLI.3):032(dg) and UN4 (NLI.5A):016(ai).
Ithaca: sector 31(f)
We dream 20 yrs. out 70 Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(g)
(3 score & ten) Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(h)
A.1.
Ithaca: sector 31(i)
new sun every day Red
Ithaca: sector 31(j)
waterborne goods cheaper Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(k)
manpower Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 31(l)
synagogue - Mary's Abbey Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):002(au) for UG 17.757.
Ithaca: sector 31(m)
Leonardo invented canal lock Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(n)
1846. Jew dress act Red
Ithaca: sector 31(o)
Sabbath Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(p)
april fool
Ithaca: sector 31(q)
almanac people swallow bad with true.
Ithaca: sector 31(r)
ounce Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(s)
more dead stars than living Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):002(v).
Ithaca: sector 31(t)
atom in solar syst in neb. spiral
Ithaca: sector 31(u)
every system born of sph & nebulae
Ithaca: sector 31(v)
Sun calls comet back Blue
Ithaca: sector 31(aa)
Lost ten tribes Blue

Ithaca sector 32


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Ithaca: sector 32(a)
Jews J.3771 D.2200
Ithaca: sector 32(b)
D. - oak B. - birch C. - Coll D. Ailm Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 32(c)
chieftain trees Red
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):016(ai).
Ithaca: sector 32(d)
timber, bark for tanners.
Ithaca: sector 32(e)
burned [cane]
Ithaca: sector 32(f)
fish
Ithaca: sector 32(g)
acorns
Ithaca: sector 32(h)
Grand Canal 1765 / Royal 1789 Blue
Ithaca: sector 32(i)
drowned dogs Blue
Ithaca: sector 32(j)
Limerick to Lough Neagh Blue
Ithaca: sector 32(k)
[4] mls an hour relays Blue
Ithaca: sector 32(l)
molecule in iron of old key and Mendelssohn's brain Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):004(ch).
Ithaca: sector 32(m)
atoms of old man are not old Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):004(cg).
Ithaca: sector 32(n)
Sky - we are looking at the past. Even if didn't exist we'd see it. Blue
Ithaca: sector 32(o)
martyrdom 2000 yrs. Blue

Ithaca sector 33


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Ithaca: sector 33(a)
Ithaca
Note: Written in top left-hand corner and underlined in blue pencil
Ithaca: sector 33(b)
blood dripping walls
The omens seen by the second-sighted Theoclymenus […] are those which everywhere bode death and doom. The shroud of mist covering not only the feet and knees, the sign of apporaching but distant death, but reaching to the head as so as to foreshow that death is even at the doors, is familiar to Martin's book on the Western Isles of Scotland. The dripping of blood from the walls is illustrated by the visions of Bergthora, and Njal, on the night of the slaughter of their family. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 421 (341 note)
Ithaca: sector 33(c)
death misty cloaks
The omens seen by the second-sighted Theoclymenus […] are those which everywhere bode death and doom. The shroud of mist covering not only the feet and knees, the sign of apporaching but distant death, but reaching to the head as so as to foreshow that death is even at the doors, is familiar to Martin's book on the Western Isles of Scotland. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 421 (341 note)
Ithaca: sector 33(d)
LB sits in ashes / - - on settle / - - - hearthstone Blue
Alcinous, this truly is not the more seemly way, nor is it fitting that the stranger should sit upon the ground in the ashes by the hearth, whhile these men refrain them, waiting thy word. Nay come, bid the stranger arise, and set him on a chair inlaid with silver […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 108
Ithaca: sector 33(e)
return of crusader Blue
The germ of the whole epic is probably the popular tale, known all over the world, of the warrior who, on his return from a log expedition, has great difficulty in making his prudent wife recognise him. The incident occurs as a detached tale in China, and in most European countries it is told of a crusader. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), xxiv
Ithaca: sector 33(f)
Laertes digs round plant in rough gloves Blue
So he [Odysses] found his father [Laertes] alone in the terraced vineyard, digging about a plant. He was clothed in a filthy doublet, patched and unseemly, with clouted leggings of oxhide bound about his legs, against the scratches of the thorns, and long sleeves over his hands by reason of the brambles, and on his head he wore a goatskin cap, and so he nursed his sorrow. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 395
Ithaca: sector 33(g)
Himself ill cared plant Blue
[Odysseus to Laertes] Old man, thou hast no lack of skill in tending a garden; lo, thou carest well for all, nor is there aught whatsover, either plant or fig-tree, or vine, yea, or olive, or pear, or garden-bed in all the close, that is not well seen to. Yet another thing will I tell thee and lay not up with wrath thereat in thy heart. Thyself are scarce so well cared for, but a pitiful old age is on thee, and withal thou art withered and unkempt, and clad unseemly. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 396
Ithaca: sector 33(h)
Ul. lies to him Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
[Odysseus decides to ‘test’ the old man, not as yet revealing his identity to him, and asks him is it truly in Ithaca that he finds himself, as he has just now been told by a stranger. He goes on to pretend he once met an Ithacan - Odysseus - and treated him generously, giving him gifts of gold and silver, a dozen cloaks and as many rugs. Laertes replies that it is indeed Ithaca, but a place now lying under the shadow of anomie, and that that man was his own son, if son he had and had not dreamt him.] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 396ff
Ithaca: sector 33(i)
Laertes doubts he had a son Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Then his father answered him, weeping: […] But come, declare me this and plainly tell me all; how many years are passed since thou didst entertain him, thy guest ill-fated and my child,—if ever such an one there was,—hapless man, whom far from his friends and his country's soil, the fishes, it may be, have devoured in the deep sea, or on the shore he has fallen the prey of birds and beasts. His mother wept not over him nor clad him for burial, nor his father, we that begat him. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 397
Ithaca: sector 33(j)
Eperitus,
Then Odysseus of many counsels answered him, saying: ‘Yea now, I will tell thee all most plainly. From out of Alybas I come, where I dwell in a house renowned, and am the son of Apheidas the son of Polypemon, the prince, and my own name is Eperitus. […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 397
Ithaca: sector 33(k)
Oudeis Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Outis, the earlier false name Odysseus gives himself when speaking to Polyphemus. In Greek, it denotes ‘nobody’ (ou tis: not anybody).
Ithaca: sector 33(l)
Laert. ashes on head Blue
So he spake and on the old man fell a black cloud of sorrow. With both his hands he [Laertes] clutched the dust and ashes and showered them on his grey head, with ceaseless groaning. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 398
Ithaca: sector 33(m)
〃 gives little Ul. 63 trees Blue
But come, and I [Odysseus] will even tell thee [Laertes] the trees through all the terraced garden, which ihou gavest me once for mine own, and I was begging of thee this and that, being but a little child, and following thee through the garden. Through these very tree we were going, and thou didst tell me the names of each of them. Pear-trees thirteen thou gavest me and ten appletrees and figs two-score, and, as we went, thou didst name the fifty rows of vines thou wouldest give me, whereof each one ripened at divers times, with all manner of clusters on their boughs, when the seasons of Zeus wrought mightily on them from on high. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 398f
Ithaca: sector 33(n)
〃 faints
So he spake, and straightway his knees were loosened, and his heart melted within him, as he knew the sure tokens that Odysseus showed him. About his dear son he cast his arms, and the steadfast goodly Odysseus caught him fainting to his breast. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 399
Ithaca: sector 33(o)
Old Dolius
So they spake each with the other. But when the others had ceased from their task and made ready the feast, they sat down all orderly on chairs and on high seats. Then they began to put forth their hands on the meat, and the old man Dolius drew nigh, and the old man's sons withal came tired from their labour in the fields, for their mother, the aged Sicilian woman, had gone forth and called them, she that saw to their living and diligently cared for the old man, now that old age had laid hold on him. So soon as they looked on Odysseus and took knowledge of him, they stood still in the halls in great amazement. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 400
Ithaca: sector 33(p)
Laertes boasts He ... Blue
Then wise Laertes answered him, saying: ‘Ah, would to father Zeus and Athene and Apollo, that such as I was when I took Nericus, the stablished castle on the foreland of the continent, being then the prince of the Cephallenians, would that in such might, and with mail about my shoulders, I had stood to aid thee yesterday in our house, and to beat back the wooers; so should I have loosened the knees of many an one of them in the halls, and thou shouldest have been gladdened in thine inmost heart.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 400
Ithaca: sector 33(q)
Rumour
Now Rumour the messenger went swiftly all about the city, telling the tale of the dire death and fate of the wooers. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 401
Ithaca: sector 33(r)
Eupeithes - “Ul lest all men now kills here”
When they were all gathered and come together, Eupeithes arose and spake among them, for a comfortless grief lay heavy on his heart for his son Antinous, the first man that goodly Odysseus had slain. Weeping for him he made harangue and spake among them: ‘Friends, a great deed truly hath this man devised against the Achaeans. Some with his ships he led away, many men and noble, and his hollow ships hath he lost, and utterly lost of his company, and others again, and those far the best of the Cephallenians he hath slain on his coming home. Up now, before ever he gets him swftly either to Pylos or to fair Elis, where the Epeians bear sway, let us go forth ; else even hereafter shall we have shame of face for ever. For a scorn this is even for the ears of men unborn to hear, if we avenge not ourselves on the slayers of our sons and of our brethren. Life would no more be sweet to me, but rather would I die straightway and be with the departed. Up, let us be going, lest these fellows be beforehand with us and get them over the sea.' Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 401f
Ithaca: sector 33(s)
Heavenly council
Now Athene spake to Zeus, the son of Cronos, saying: ‘O Father, our father Cronides, throned in the highest, answer and tell me what is now the hidden counsel of thy heart? Wilt thou yet further rouse up evil war and the terrible din of battle, or art thou minded to set them at one again in friendship ? Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 403
Ithaca: sector 33(t)
Laer. kills Eupeithes, father of Antinous
Then grey-eyed Athene stood beside Laertes, and spake to him: ‘O son of Arceisius that art far the dearest of all my friends, pray first to the grey-eyed maid and to father Zeus, then swing thy long spear aloft and hurl it straightway.’ Therewith Pallas Athene breathed into him great strength. Then he prayed to the daughter of mighty Zeus, and straightway swung his long spear aloft and hurled it, and smote Eupeithes through his casque with the cheek-piece of bronze. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 405
Ithaca: sector 33(u)
bow = long range gun
Note: Book 21. This is just a notion of Joyce's. He refers to Odysseus' great bow.
Ithaca: sector 33(v)
Tel. forgets to lock armoury door
Then wise Telemachus answered him: ‘My father, it is I that have erred herein and none other is to blame, for I left the well-fitted door of the chamber open, and there has been one of them but too quick to spy it. Go now, goodly Eumaeus, and close the door of the chamber, and mark if it be indeed one of the women that does this mischief, or Melanthius, son of Dolius, as methinks it is.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 364
Ithaca: sector 33(w)
Melanthius is hanged up alive
And when Melanthius, the goatherd, was crossing the threshold with a goodly helm in one hand, and in the other a wide shield and an old, stained with rust, the shield of the hero Laertes that he bare when he was young—but at that time it was laid by, and the seams of the straps were loosened,—then the twain rushed on him and caught him, and dragged him in by the hair, and cast him on the floor in sorrowful plight, and bound him hand and foot in a bitter bond, tightly winding each limb behind his back, even as the son of Laertes bade them, the steadfast goodly Odysseus. And they made fast to his body a twisted rope, and dragged him up the lofty pillar till he came near the roof beams. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 365
Ithaca: sector 33(aa)
Mentor - old friend of Ul.
Then Athene, daughter of Zeus, drew nigh them, like Mentor in fashion and in voice, and Odysseus was glad when he saw her and spake, saying: ‘Mentor, ward from us hurt, and remember me thy dear companion, that befriended thee often, and thou art of like age with me.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 365f
Ithaca: sector 33(ab)
Pall. lifts aegis and maddens them Blue
Then Athene held up her destroying aegis on high from the roof, and their minds were scared, and they fled through the hall, like a drove of kine that the flitting gadfly falls upon and scatters hither and thither in spring time, when the long days begin. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 368
Ithaca: sector 33(ac)
Leiodes wooers' seer begs but is killed
Now Leiodes took hold of the knees of Odysseus eagerly, and besought him and spake winged words: ‘I entreat thee by thy knees, Odysseus, and do thou show mercy on me and have pity. For never yet, I say, have I wronged a maiden in thy halls by froward word or deed, nay I bade the other wooers refrain, whoso of them wrought thus. […] Then Odysseus of many counsels looked askance at him, […] caught up a sword in his strong hand, that lay where Agelaus had let it fall to the ground when he was slain, and drave it clean through his neck, and as he yet spake his head fell even to the dust. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 369
Ithaca: sector 33(ad)
Phemius (bard) & Medon spared
But the son of Terpes, the minstrel, still sought how he might shun black fate, Phemius, who sang among the wooers of necessity. He stood with the loud lyre in his hand hard spake winged words: ‘I entreat thee by thy knees, Odysseus, and do thou show mercy on me and have pity. […]’ So he spake, and the mighty prince Telemachus heard him and quickly spake to his father at his side: ‘Hold thy hand, and wound not this blameless man with the sword; and let us save also the henchman Medon, that ever had charge of me in our house when I was a child, unless perchance Philoetius or the swineherd have already slain him, or he hath met thee in thy raging through the house.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 369f.
Ithaca: sector 33(ae)
12 unchaste virgins swab up and are killed hanged all in row Blue
Then the good nurse Eurycleia answered him: ‘Yea now, my child, I will tell thee all the truth. Thou hast fifty women-servants in thy halls, that we have taught the ways of housewifery, how to card wool and to bear bondage. Of these twelve in all have gone the way of shame, and honour not me, nor their lady Penelope. […] ‘Begin ye now to carry out the dead, and bid the women help you, and thereafter cleanse the fair high seats and the tables with water and porous sponges. […] With that word he tied the cable of a dark-prowed ship to a great pillar and flung it round the vaulted room, and fastened it aloft, that none might touch the ground with her feet. And even as when thrushes, long of wing, or doves fall into a net that is set in a thicket, as they seek to their roostingplace, and a loathly bed harbours them, even so the women held their heads all in a row, and about all their necks nooses were cast, that they might die by the most pitiful death. And they writhed with their feet for a little space, but for no long while. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 372ff
Ithaca: sector 33(af)
Melanthius mutilated
Then they led out Melanthius through the doorway and the court, and cut off his nostrils and his ears with the pitiless sword, and drew forth his vitals for the dogs to devour raw, and cut off his hands and feet in their cruel anger. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 374
Ithaca: sector 33(ag)
Feast of Apollo - archergod - morn. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Then Antinous, son of Eupeithes, answered him: ‘Eurymachus, this shall not be so, and thou thyself too knowest it. For to-day the feast of the archer god is held in the land, a holy feast. Who at such a time would be bending bows? […] And in the morning bid Melanthius, the goatherd, to lead hither the very best goats in all his herds, that we may lay pieces of the thighs on the altar of Apollo the archer, and assay the bow and make an end of the contest. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 352f
Ithaca: sector 33(ah)
Ul. beggar given inch takes ell (jew gets [on]) Blue
Note: Odysseus insinuates himself among the wooers in the (magical) form of an old, bald-headed beggar, and little by little he takes greater advantage of his perilous situation, begging from each of them even after he has been fed by Telemachus' order.
Ithaca: sector 33(ai)
many masters,
Then Telemachus from the other side spake threateningly, and called aloud: ‘Father, bring hither the bow, soon shalt thou rue it that thou servest many masters. […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 356
Ithaca: sector 33(aj)
rope on door,
Then the swineherd bare the bow through the hall, and went up to wise Odysseus, and set it in his hands. And he called forth the nurse Eurycleia from the chamber and spake to her: ‘Wise Eurycleia, Telemachus bids thee bar the well-fitting doors of thy chamber, and if any of the women hear the sound of groaning or the din of men within our walls, let them not go forth, but abide where they are in silence at their work.’' Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 356
Ithaca: sector 33(ak)
Swallowtone of bow,
So spake the wooers, but Odysseus of many counsels had lifted the great bow and viewed it on every side, and even as when a man that is skilled in the lyre and in minstrelsy, easily stretches a cord about a new peg, after tying at either end the twisted sheep-gut, even so Odysseus straightway bent the great bow, all without effort, and took it in his right hand and proved the bow-string, which rang sweetly at the touch, in tone like a swallow. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 357
Ithaca: sector 33(al)
~ Ul shoots sitting Blue
[Odysseus] took and laid it [the arrow] on the bridge of the bow, and held the notch and drew the string, even from the settle whereon he sat, and with straight aim shot the shaft and missed not one of the axes, beginning from the first axe-handle, and the bronze-weighted shaft passed clean through and out at the last. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 358
Ithaca: sector 33(am)
Antinous never knows who killed him Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
With that he pointed the bitter arrow at Antinous. Now he was about raising to his lips a fair twy-eared chalice of gold, and behold, he was handling it to drink of the wine, and death was far from his thoughts. […] But Odysseus aimed and smote him with the arrow in the throat, and the point passed clean out through his delicate neck, and he fell sidelong and the cup dropped from his hand as he was smitten, […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 359
Ithaca: sector 33(an)
Eurymachus offers damages. Blue
And Eurymachus alone answered him, and spake: ‘[…] do thou spare thy people, even thine own; and we will hereafter go about the township and yield thee amends for all that has been eaten and drunken in thy halls, each for himself bringing atonement of twenty oxen worth, and requiting thee in gold and bronze till thy heart is softened, but till then none may blame thee that thou art angry.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 360f
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):033(cu).
Ithaca: sector 33(ao)
Oxfootbone hurled. Ul. ducks Blue
Therewith he [Ctesippus] caught up an ox's foot from the dish, where it lay, and hurled it with strong hand. But Odysseus lightly avoided it with a turn of his head, and smiled right grimly in his heart, and the ox's foot smote the well-builded wall. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 340
Ithaca: sector 33(ap)
Wooers mad laugh with their lips, bloody flesh
So spake Telemachus, but among the wooers Pallas Athene roused laughter unquenchable, and drave their wits wandering. And now they were laughing with alien lips, and blood-bedabbled was the flesh they ate, and their eyes were filled with tears and their soul was fain of lamentation. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 341
Ithaca: sector 33(aq)
Theoclymenus, vision of disaster
Then the godlike Theoclymenus spake among them: ‘Ah, wretched men, what woe is this ye suffer? Shrouded in night are your heads and your faces and your knees, and kindled is the voice of wailing, and all cheeks are wet with tears, and the walls and the fair main-beams of the roof are sprinkled with blood. And the porch is full, and full is the court, of ghosts that hasten hellwards beneath the gloom, and the sun has perished out of heaven, and an evil mist has overspread the world.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 341f
Ithaca: sector 33(ar)
Ul = W. Tell
Note: Joyce associates Odysseus' marksmanship with that of the fabled Swiss archer William Tell.
Ithaca: sector 33(as)
Bow of Iphitus |akilled by Herculesa|, pledge of friendship Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
And there lay the back-bent bow and the quiver for the arrows, and many shafts were therein, winged for death, gifts of a friend of Odysseus, that met with him in Lacedaemon, Iphitus son of Eurytus, a man like to the gods. These twain fell in with one another in Messene, in the house of wise Ortilochus. […] Moreover, Iphitus came thither in his search for twelve brood mares, which he had lost, with sturdy mules at the teat. These same it was that brought him death and destiny in the latter end, when he came to the child of Zeus, hardy of heart, the man Heracles, that had knowledge of great adventures, who smote Iphitus though his guest in his house, in his frowardness, and had no regard for the vengeance of the gods, nor for the table which he spread before him; for after the meal he slew him, his guest though he was, and kept for himself in the halls the horses strong of hoof. A Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 344f
Ithaca: sector 33(at)
Ul went to recover debt Blue
Now Odysseus had gone thither to recover somewhat that was owing to him from all the people, for the men of Messene had lifted three hundred sheep in benched ships from out of Ithaca, with the shepherds of the flock. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 344
Ithaca: sector 33(au)
Tel tries bow, greased. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Then he [Telemachus] went and stood by the threshold and began to prove the bow. Thrice he made it to tremble in his great desire to draw it, and thrice he rested from his effort, though still he hoped in his heart to string the bow, and shoot through the iron. And now at last he might have strung it, mightily straining thereat for the fourth time, but Odysseus nodded frowning and stayed him, for all his eagerness. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 348
Ithaca: sector 33(av)
Ul. tries common herd & reveals himself Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
‘Neatherd and thou swineherd, shall I say somewhat or keep it to myself? Nay, my spirit bids me declare it. What manner of men would ye be to help Odysseus, if he should come thus suddenly, I know not whence, and some god were to bring him? Would ye stand on the side of the wooers or of Odysseus? Tell me even as your heart and spirit bid you.’ […] Now when he knew for a surety what spirit they were of, once more he answered and spake to them, saying: ‘Behold, home am I come, even I; after much travail and sore am I come in the twentieth year to mine own country.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 350f
Ithaca: sector 33(ba)
Brothels for women save trouble Blue
Note: This is perhaps a reference to the convenience for the suitors of a household of loose women.
Ithaca: sector 33(bb)
footbathwater spilled
Now the old woman took the scarred limb and passed her hands down it, and knew it by the touch and let the foot drop suddenly, so that the knee fell into the bath, and the brazen vessel rang, being turned over on the other side, and behold, the water was spilled on the ground. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 325
Ithaca: sector 33(bc)
Pall “You have wife & child”
Then down from heaven came Athene and drew nigh him, fashioned in the likeness of a woman. And she stood over his head and spake to him, saying; ‘Lo now again, wherefore art thou watching, most luckless of all men living? Is not this thy house and is not thy wife there within and thy child, such a son as men wish to have for their own?’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 331
Ithaca: sector 33(bd)
offers to wash SD Red
Then wise Penelope answered him: ‘Dear stranger, for never yet has there come to my house, of strangers from afar, a dearer man or so discreet as thou, uttering so heedfully the words of wisdom. I have an ancient woman of an understanding heart, that diligently nursed and tended that hapless man my lord, she took him in her arms in the hour when his mother bare him. She will wash thy feet, albeit her strength is frail. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 321
Ithaca: sector 33(be)
Eurycleia = Mrs Thornton
She will wash thy feet, albeit her strength is frail. Up now, wise Eurycleia, and wash this man, whose years are the same as thy master's. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 321
Note: Another of Joyce's associations. Eurycleia was a slave that nursed and suckled Odysseus as an infant. Mrs Thornton appears in Ulysses as a midwife, living at 19A Denzille Street, near the maternity hospital on Eccles Street. She attends the birth of Rudy Bloom.
Ithaca: sector 33(bf)
Ul. child of wrath: Scar Blue
Now she drew near her lord to wash him, and straightway she knew the scar of the wound, that the boar had dealt him with his white tusk long ago, when Odysseus went to Parnassus to see Autolycus, and the sons of Autolycus, his mother's noble father, who outdid all men in thievery and skill in swearing. […] Then Autolycus made answer and spake: ‘My daughter and my daughter's lord, give ye him whatsoever name I tell you. Forasmuch as I am come hither in wrath against many a one, both man and woman, over the fruitful earth, wherefore let the child's name be “a man of wrath,” Odysseus. But when the child reaches his full growth, and comes to the great house of his mother's kin at Parnassus, whereby are my possessions, I will give him a gift out of these and send him on his way rejoicing.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 322f
Ithaca: sector 33(bg)
Ul. appeals to & is insulted by women Blue
Haply at him too did the women mock in a strange land afar, whensoever he came to the famous palace of any lord, even as here these shameless ones all mock at thee. To shun their insults and many taunts it is that thou sufferest them not to wash thy feet, but the daughter of Icarius, wise Penelope, hath bidden me that am right willing to this task. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 322
Ithaca: sector 33(bh)
Ul. lampadites, Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: This is an unusual Greek word denoting a comet resembling a torch.
Ithaca: sector 33(bi)
broken bread. Blue
Ithaca: sector 33(bj)
Argos verminous. Blue
There lay the dog Argos, full of vermin. Yet even now when he was ware of Odysseus standing by, he wagged his tail and dropped both his ears, but nearer to his master he had not now the strength to draw. But Odysseus looked aside and wiped away a tear that he easily hid from Eumaeus, […] But upon Argos came the fate of black death even in the hour that he beheld Odysseus again, in the twentieth year. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 284f
Ithaca: sector 33(bk)
Ul. kicked. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Therewith, as he went past, he [Melanthius] kicked Odysseus on the hip, in his witlessness, yet he drave him not from the path, but he abode steadfast. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 282
Ithaca: sector 33(bl)
Well of Ithacus Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
But as they fared along the rugged path they drew near to the town, and came to the fair flowing spring, with a basin fashioned, whence the people of the city drew water. This well Ithacus and Neritus and Polyctor had builded. And around it was a thicket of alders that grow by the waters, all circlewise, and down the cold stream fell from a rock on high, and above was reared an altar to the Nymphs, whereat all wayfarers made oflfering. In that place Melanthius, son of Dolius, met them, leading his goats to feast the wooers, the best goats that were in all the herds; and two herdsmen bare him company. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 281
Ithaca: sector 33(bm)
Irish Civ. Service Build. Society (incor. 1874 Blue
Ithaca: sector 33(bn)
Prospectus Blue
Ithaca: sector 33(bo)
poundage rate was 10d.
Ithaca: sector 33(bp)
poor rate & deputy cess collector Blue
Ithaca: sector 33(bq)
Velocity determined by parallactic drift of socalled fixed stars Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.047(u) and Sheet 17.027(bp)
Ithaca: sector 33(br)
LB SD cocoa ‘creatura’ Blue

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Ithaca: sector 34(a)
(Anti)nous Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Now when that fair lady had come unto the wooers, she stood by the pillar of the well-builded roof, holding up her glistening tire before her face, and rebuked Antinous and spake and hailed him: ‘Antinous, full of all insolence, deviser of mischief! and yet they say that in the land of Ithaca thou art chiefest among thy peers in counsel and in speech. Nay, no such man dost thou show thyself. Fool! Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 272 and passim
Note: Joyce (after Penelope) here suggests Antinous is neither intelligent nor agreeable.
Ithaca: sector 34(b)
Ul. begs from all to test Blue
And close behind him Odysseus entered the house in the guise of a beggar, a wretched man and an old, leaning on his staff, and clothed on with sorry raiment. […] So he set out, beginning on the right, to ask of each man, stretching out his hand on every side, as though he were a beggar from of old. And they in pity gave him somewhat, and were amazed at the man, asking one another who he was and whence he came? Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 285f
Ithaca: sector 34(c)
“Sei bello ma non savio” Antinuo [Italian: ‘You are a handsome man, but not a wise one, Antinous’] Blue
Then Odysseus of many counsels drew back and answered him [Antinous]: ‘Lo now, I see thou hast not wisdom with thy beauty! From out of thine own house thou wouldest not give even so much as a grain of salt to thy suppliant, thou who now even at another's board dost sit, and canst not find it in thy heart to take of the bread and give it me, where there is plenty to thy hand.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 289
Ithaca: sector 34(d)
[gnostafeste] Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 34(e)
Mack Intosh Blue
Note: Another playing with names, in the style of Ou / dis. See also UN4 (NLI.5A):049(bc).
Ithaca: sector 34(f)
know not salt
Note: The reference to salt reminded Joyce of the prophecy regarding Odysseus' future wanderings to a place where the people know no salt.
Ithaca: sector 34(g)
Tel sneezes. Pen laughs
Even so she spake, and Telemachus sneezed loudly, and around the roof rang wondrously. And Penelope laughed, and straightway spake to Eumaeus winged words: ‘Go, call me the stranger, even so, into my presence. Dost thou not mark how my son has sneezed a blessing on all my words? […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 292
Ithaca: sector 34(h)
Irus a bounder (Iris) Blue
Then up came a common beggar, who was wont to beg through the town of Ithaca, one that was known among aH men for ravening greed, for his endless eating and drinking, yet he had no force or might, though he was bulky enough to look on. Arnaeus was his name, for so had his good mother given it him at his birth, but all the young men called him Irus, because he ran on errands, whensoever any might bid him. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 295
Note: The beggar Irus is named after his occupation of ‘running on errands’ (bounding from place to place). Joyce ultimately bestows the role of bounder to bill-sticking Blazes Boylan.
Ithaca: sector 34(i)
Ul with sausage uneasy to roast Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Then all at the word leaped up laughing, and gathered round the ragged beggars, and Antinous, son of Eupeithes, spake among them saying: ‘Hear me, ye lordly wooers, and I will say somewhat. Here are goats' bellies lying at the fire, that we laid by at supper-time and filled with fat. and blood. Now whichsoever of the twain wins, and shows himself the better man, let him stand up and take his choice of these puddings. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 296
Ithaca: sector 34(j)
Ul & Irus prizefight Blue
‘Friends, never before has there been such a thing; such goodly game has a god brought to this house. The stranger yonder and Irus are bidding each other to buffets. Quick, let us match them one against the other.’ […] Then all at the word leaped up laughing, and gathered round the ragged beggars, and Antinous, son of Eupeithes, spake among them saying: ‘Hear me, ye lordly wooers, and I will say somewhat. Here are goats' bellies lying at the fire, that we laid by at supper-time and filled with fat. and blood. Now whichsoever of the twain wins, and shows himself the better man, let him stand up and take his choice of these puddings. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 296
Ithaca: sector 34(k)
LB hates apple in glass Blue
Ithaca: sector 34(l)
place for everything Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.044(b).
Ithaca: sector 34(m)
Ul prays signs. Zeus farts Blue
‘Father Zeus, if ye gods of your good will have led me over wet and dry, to mine own country, after ye had plagued me sore, let some one I pray of the folk that are waking show me a word of good omen within, and without let some sign also be revealed to me from Zeus.’ So he spake in prayer, and Zeus, the counsellor, heard him. Straightway he thundered from shining Olympus, from on high from the place of clouds; and goodly Odysseus was glad. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 333
Ithaca: sector 34(n)
bakewoman curses wooers
Moreover a woman, a grinder at the mill, uttered a voice of omen from within the house hard by, where stood the mills of the shepherd of the people. […] ‘Father Zeus, who rulest over gods and men, loudly hast thou thundered from the starry sky, yet nowhere is there a cloud to be seen: this surely is a portent thou art showing to some mortal Fulfil now, I pray thee, even to miserable me, the word that I shall speak. May the wooers, on this day, for the last and latest time make their sweet feasting in the halls of Odysseus! Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 333f
Ithaca: sector 34(o)
Melanthius = Joe Cuffe
And Melanthius drew near them, the goatherd, leading the goats that were most excellent in all the herds to be a dinner for the wooers, and two shepherds bare him company. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 335f
Note: Joyce associates Melanthius, the insolent goatherd, with Joe Cuffe, the cattle trader for whom Bloom once worked.
Ithaca: sector 34(p)
Philoetius = neatherd
Moreover a third man came up, Philoetius, a master of men, leading a barren heifer for the wooers and fatted goats. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 336
Ithaca: sector 34(q)
scarfpin Blue
Goodly Odysseus wore a thick purple mantle, twofold, which had a brooch fashioned in gold, with two sheathes for the pins, and on the face of it was a curious device : a hound in his forepaws held a dappled fawn and gazed on it as it writhed. Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 317
Note: Not in 1922 or 2017 texts, but in 1984 (17.1796). Scarf pins were ubiquitous among the Greek aristocrats.
Ithaca: sector 34(r)
black hunchback
Ithaca: sector 34(s)
hassock Blue
Ithaca: sector 34(t)
doss on sofa Red
So she spake, and the nurse made haste and brought a polished settle, and cast a fleece thereon; and then the steadfast goodly Odysseus sat him down there, and the wise Penelope spake first, saying: ‘Stranger, I will make bold first to ask thee this: who art thou of the sons of men, and whence? Where is thy city, and where are they that begat thee?’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 313 and passim
Ithaca: sector 34(u)
send Irus to Echetus Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
‘May Zeus, stranger, and all the other deathless gods give thee thy dearest wish, even all thy heart's desire, seeing that thou hast made that insatiate one [Irus] to cease from his begging in the land! Soon will we take him over to the mainland, to Echetus the king, the maimer of all mankind.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 299
Ithaca: sector 34(v)
maimer of men Blue
‘May Zeus, stranger, and all the other deathless gods give thee thy dearest wish, even all thy heart's desire, seeing that thou hast made that insatiate one [Irus] to cease from his begging in the land! Soon will we take him over to the mainland, to Echetus the king, the maimer of all mankind.’ Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), 299
Note: See Sheet 14.044(aq)
Ithaca: sector 34(aa)
Ul - philosopher Blue
Odysseus of many counsels […] Butcher & Lang, trans. The Odyssey Of Homer (1906), passim

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Ithaca: sector 35(a)
15 / 33 / ∕ 18
Note: See also Sheet 9 above: Milly's age (15), Molly's age (33), and the difference (18).
Ithaca: sector 35(b)
crimson star dying Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(c)
Orion's belt Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(d)
nebula in Orion could contain solar system hundreds of times Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(e)
1 rook in 1 yr eats 52 lbs Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 35(f)
sundial Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(g)
overdoor shelf
Ithaca: sector 35(h)
bullnose plane Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(i)
chamfer
Ithaca: sector 35(j)
carburetter
Ithaca: sector 35(k)
clutch fork
Ithaca: sector 35(l)
gudgeons & pins
Ithaca: sector 35(m)
epicentre Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(n)
deflected needle
Ithaca: sector 35(o)
2 waves, surface
Ithaca: sector 35(p)
arc & durcherde
Ithaca: sector 35(q)
chord
Ithaca: sector 35(r)
quadrature of O: Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(s)
180d of long. no time
Ithaca: sector 35(t)
far from men
Ithaca: sector 35(u)
proper motion Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(v)
DUTC mileage Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(aa)
worked = 46 Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 35(ab)
harbour commissioners Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(ac)
Lamp quickens buds - light or heat? Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(ad)
her rump = promised land Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.044(ac)
Ithaca: sector 35(ae)
9th. power of 9th. power of 9 / 33 vols. Blue
Ithaca: sector 35(af)
rhythm of life 23 - 28 Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 35(ag)
lightyear Blue
Note: See Sheet 17.044(l).
Ithaca: sector 35(ah)
Nova - new star 1901. 1st. mag now 13th. Blue

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Ithaca: sector 36(a)
Night slept. In ample air the moonglow diffuses. - a milky luminous. She slept. Within her a multitude was made flesh, fruit of her womb. She slept, fulfilled and overcome, mighty, big with seed. Not cancelled
Ithaca: sector 36(b)
Wonderworker, world's greatest remedy for rectal complaints direct from Wonderworker Coventry House, Sth. Place, London E.C. trouble in breaking wind, assists nature in most formidable way, heals and soothes. while you sleep, insures |ainstanta| relief in discharge of gases, keeping parts clean and free for natural action, initial outlay of 7∕ 6, make a new man of you & make life worth living, or adjacent parts. Ladies will find it especially useful a pleasant surprise, Wonderworker, note delightful result, a cool drink of fresh spring water on a hot summer's day. A soldier who served in S. Africa recently remarked What a pity the Gov. didn't? What a relief recommended it to yr. lady & gentleman friends, lasts a lifetime insert long round end Wonderworker. Blue

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Ithaca: sector 37(a)
LB sleeps other end of bed Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(bm).
Ithaca: sector 37(b)
Walk into my parlour
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(bp).
Ithaca: sector 37(c)
LB lived on samples Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(cd). Cf. 12.517f.
Ithaca: sector 37(d)
No stops. Red
Ithaca: sector 37(e)
lunatics work by mathematics Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 13.009(ch).
Ithaca: sector 37(f)
LB's favourite dream Blue
Ithaca: sector 37(g)
Sexual impulse only root of tree Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(a).
Ithaca: sector 37(h)
Virag - Hungarian = Stephen
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(u).
Ithaca: sector 37(i)
Gelatine lozenges on window Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(cj)
Ithaca: sector 37(j)
Barclay & Cook's candle, guess when it burns out Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.003(i).
Ithaca: sector 37(k)
Very long time ago I was going to bed [somewhere] and there was a squareshaped or was it when I was where was that Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.003(ac).
Ithaca: sector 37(l)
Mendoza - jew boxer Blue
Note: See also Sheet 12.003(ai). Daniel Mendoza (1763-1836): British boxing champion puglist.
Ithaca: sector 37(m)
Sons of the Law Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.014(cf)
Ithaca: sector 37(n)
R.B. toothache / drugs Blue
Ithaca: sector 37(o)
Foreskin in Calcata. resurrected + o − Salmeron S.J. carnal bridal ring in eucharist? at last supper had it not ∴ no. risen yes ∴ yes. 4th degree of latria not hyperduly with hair toenailpairings. After last day, constellation Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 14.070(af). Original in UN1 (NLI.3):025(b)-UN1 (NLI.3):025(c)-UN1 (NLI.3):025(d)-UN1 (NLI.3):025(e).
Ithaca: sector 37(p)
Sandow-Whiteley pulleys, Red
Ithaca: sector 37(q)
men 15∕- athl. 20∕- Blue
Ithaca: sector 37(r)
bacon 6d 9 protein grammes 7295 calories energy Red
Ithaca: sector 37(s)
salt cod 3½d 259 — 1105 — Red
Ithaca: sector 37(t)
butter no protein Red
Ithaca: sector 37(u)
corn meal 1d 20, 230 c of en. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 37(v)
measurement before & after / chest 29 - 32½ / 30 - 34 / biceps 10 - 13 / f. arm 9½ - 12 / thigh 10½ - 12 / calf 11 - 13 Blue

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Ithaca: sector 38(a)
Notice of change of Name. I, R.V. now reside, formerly of [blank] hereby give notice that I have assumed and intend henceforth upon all occasions & at all times Blue
Ithaca: sector 38(b)
LB takes off boot. Before [sole] Ah! Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.012(k).
Ithaca: sector 38(c)
From Moses to Moses none arose like Moses Blue
Ithaca: sector 38(d)
Both makes same gesture Blue
Ithaca: sector 38(e)
More Nebukim Blue
Note: transferred to Sheet 17.047(bl).
Ithaca: sector 38(f)
SD objects to teach Molly Friday
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):011(b).
Ithaca: sector 38(g)
heaventree Blue
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(b). See also Sheet 17.024(bf) above.
Ithaca: sector 38(h)
pulsetur classicum Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(bf).
Ithaca: sector 38(i)
bringing into play Blue
Ithaca: sector 38(j)
variable Blue
Ithaca: sector 38(k)
coincide Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.044(s).
Ithaca: sector 38(l)
touch
Ithaca: sector 38(m)
singular solution Blue
Ithaca: sector 38(n)
calculus = sacrifice = slaughter of wooers
Ithaca: sector 38(o)
multip x. prelim answer Red
Ithaca: sector 38(p)
merged in final Red
Ithaca: sector 38(q)
fluxions = 17 x 3 (1 & [carry] 2) Red
Ithaca: sector 38(r)
|ahumana| tangent thinks itself / divine line Green
Note: only the word ‘tangent’ is crossed through
Ithaca: sector 38(s)
family of curves (Pen) = slayer & slain Red
Ithaca: sector 38(t)
LB tangent   Pen [orifice] when Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 38(u)
SD radius vector   LB & SD = 0 Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 38(v)
visuality limit 3-16 ~ Blue
Ithaca: sector 38(aa)
~ cf cat & kitten

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Ithaca: sector 39(a)
cubic capacity Red
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):049(aw).
Ithaca: sector 39(b)
cycle Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(c)
then A = C Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 39(d)
any side
Ithaca: sector 39(e)
solution Blue
Note: Repeated elsewhere.
Ithaca: sector 39(f)
inscribed in Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(g)
described about Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(h)
by construction
Ithaca: sector 39(i)
axis
Ithaca: sector 39(j)
pure truth Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(k)
S.E. by E. Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(l)
1 + 1⁄2 + 1⁄4 + 1⁄8 to ∞ = 2
Ithaca: sector 39(m)
consecutive Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(n)
drew a parallel
Ithaca: sector 39(o)
in like manner Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 39(p)
parabola
Ithaca: sector 39(q)
~ trajectory asymptote Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(r)
fly off at a tangent
Ithaca: sector 39(s)
v-vi-vii / 10-11-12
Ithaca: sector 39(t)
~ lozenge Blue
Note: Repeated above
Ithaca: sector 39(u)
~ bisect Red
Ithaca: sector 39(v)
~ intersect Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(aa)
side all in common Blue
Ithaca: sector 39(ab)
concurrent Red
Ithaca: sector 39(ac)
jew & olives dispersal to shed light
Ithaca: sector 39(ad)
enter every house with circumspection also yr. own Blue

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Ithaca: sector 40(a)
problem Blue
Note: And passim. See also Sheet 17.050(ba).
Ithaca: sector 40(b)
theorem Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 40(c)
if a = b Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 40(d)
thing required done. Blue
Ithaca: sector 40(e)
Join A B Blue

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Ithaca: sector 41(a)
ITHACA
Note: written at top of column and underlined in blue pencil.
Ithaca: sector 41(b)
which is absurd Red
Ithaca: sector 41(c)
article of belief Red
Ithaca: sector 41(d)
ropy wine unfit for consecration
Ithaca: sector 41(e)
answer does not bear Red
Ithaca: sector 41(f)
old age (no more than sexual excesses) leads not to wisdom, past memory
Ithaca: sector 41(g)
lessening as future years were added Red
Ithaca: sector 41(h)
and ceaselessly varying event produce only an unvarying indifference, Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 41(i)
repeated to infinity. Green
Ithaca: sector 41(j)
comforted himself Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(k)
LB & SD pissjets (LB palmarius) Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(l)
a man (name) of weight
Ithaca: sector 41(m)
the minor is proved by the fact that Red
Note: See also UN7 (V.A.2):029(e).
Ithaca: sector 41(n)
men less longlived after flood (damp = death) Green
Ithaca: sector 41(o)
raise to nth. power Red
Note: Repeated above.
Ithaca: sector 41(p)
daybreak in - Red
Ithaca: sector 41(q)
which was absurd Blue
Note: see above
Ithaca: sector 41(r)
LB dislikes meet Ithacans Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(s)
cent per cent Green
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):021(bt). Repeated Sheet 17.017(ac).
Ithaca: sector 41(t)
67 Eccles Street, Butt Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(u)
Bells of George's, Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(v)
Vartry Roundwood, normally Ap-May water falls below sill of overflow weir, shopfronts not washed, Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.016(an).
Ithaca: sector 41(w)
Borough surveyor, Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(x)
semidetached residence situate Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(y)
dwellinghouse ~ Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(aa)
~ standing in 6 acres Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ab)
fee simple farm. Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ac)
divisional auction rooms opp. 4 courts
Ithaca: sector 41(ad)
nurseryman Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ae)
potgrown, potting mould,
Ithaca: sector 41(af)
rhubarb [blank] scarlet crowns Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ag)
RB drank soup from plate Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 17.004(aq).
Ithaca: sector 41(ah)
wipe mouth & arse paper, 1st. dirtier. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 41(ai)
In search for money (ads) truth display
Ithaca: sector 41(aj)
cosy corner fitment Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ak)
tiled kitchen Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(al)
sweettoned Japanese Gatebell. Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(am)
outoffice, Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(an)
~ demesne Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ao)
acres, roods and perches Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 17.030(ak).
Ithaca: sector 41(ap)
bathroom (h & c) Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(aq)
999 years Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ar)
premises held under feefarmgrant Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(as)
on a gentle eminence Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(at)
thatched, Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(au)
gas throughout Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(av)
1 sitting, 3 bed, lounge hall & linen press Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(ba)
a donkey & trap Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(bb)
pleasant reflections produce sleep Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(bc)
simple interest at 5% of - Red
Ithaca: sector 41(bd)
rabbitry Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(be)
baronial hall, groaning table Blue
Ithaca: sector 41(bf)
MB spasm old clockface
Ithaca: sector 41(bg)
space reversible time no Green
Ithaca: sector 41(bh)
Eucl. space no total curvature of spine (Milly)
Ithaca: sector 41(bi)
Lobatschewsky const. tot. curv. neg / Riemann 〃 pos.
Ithaca: sector 41(bj)
Tin variable in fire or electric oven
Ithaca: sector 41(bk)
LB & man on rolling platform
Ithaca: sector 41(bl)
showed picture of beauty as wife
Ithaca: sector 41(bm)
hole to see, hole to hear Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):011(am).
Ithaca: sector 41(bn)
LB builds up [fire] Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):032(f).
Ithaca: sector 41(bo)
gulls kept up with E.K. LB threw biscuits into starboard wake, 30 yds astern gull picked up, / [stamp] swooped over to put over [topmast] Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):010(an) for UG 8.60f.

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Ithaca: sector 42(a)
basement Blue
Ithaca: sector 42(b)
waterworks committee Red
Ithaca: sector 42(c)
collective work
Ithaca: sector 42(d)
eleventhly Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 42(e)
a smile goes a long way Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):004(cb) for UG 6.2439.
Ithaca: sector 42(f)
~ with a woman
Ithaca: sector 42(g)
Q.E.D.
Ithaca: sector 42(h)
Q.E.F. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 42(i)
LB locked out Blue
Ithaca: sector 42(j)
LB & census |a1881 1891a| Red
Ithaca: sector 42(k)
fishes (numerically) inhabit earth Red
Ithaca: sector 42(l)
disasters Red
Ithaca: sector 42(m)
influence Red
Ithaca: sector 42(n)
end of a perfect day Blue
Ithaca: sector 42(o)
See star by day from bottom of gulley Red
Ithaca: sector 42(p)
ruched cosy Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):005(bp) for UG 13.460.
Ithaca: sector 42(q)
3 ply wd. [crumbtray]
Ithaca: sector 42(r)
[astounding] low figure Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 42(s)
parsing Red
Note: Copied to UN7 (V.A.2):028(ar)
Ithaca: sector 42(t)
painter = [man] maker Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 42(u)
compute
Ithaca: sector 42(v)
strength of school 200 Blue
Ithaca: sector 42(aa)
LB in tree (jew) Red
Note: See Sheet 17.009(d).

Ithaca sector 43


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Ithaca: sector 43(a)
tablebook
Note: Copied from Sheet 17.002(i).
Ithaca: sector 43(b)
no of 6 places Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 17.002(j).
Ithaca: sector 43(c)
x4 + 4x3y + 6x2y2 + 4xy3 + y4
Ithaca: sector 43(d)
show that - Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 43(e)
got 10 marks
Ithaca: sector 43(f)
overtake
Ithaca: sector 43(g)
prove 2 absurd ∴ 3rd true Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 43(h)
equidifferent nos Red
Ithaca: sector 43(i)
in sufficient conditions Red
Ithaca: sector 43(j)
¼ reciprocal of 4 Green
Ithaca: sector 43(k)
a-3 = 1⁄a3
Ithaca: sector 43(l)
exponent Blue
Ithaca: sector 43(m)
a vessel of water Red
Ithaca: sector 43(n)
boundary of space Green
Ithaca: sector 43(o)
£1000 in 10 yrs / at. c. int. = 11595? Red
Ithaca: sector 43(p)
groping
Ithaca: sector 43(q)
~ listed feet Red
Ithaca: sector 43(r)
Satisfy equation Green
Ithaca: sector 43(s)
cannot be proved impossible Green
Ithaca: sector 43(t)
Sum of 2 roots of quadratics = coefficient of 2nd.
Ithaca: sector 43(u)
terms give [changed]
Ithaca: sector 43(v)
prod = [last] term
Ithaca: sector 43(aa)
whence Red
Ithaca: sector 43(ab)
If + and - then + in [Ans]
Ithaca: sector 43(ac)
by supposition Red
Ithaca: sector 43(ad)
in cipher Red
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.002(aa), Sheet 17.007(c).
Ithaca: sector 43(ae)
rectangular, oval fl. plots Red
Ithaca: sector 43(af)
double x [stout]
Ithaca: sector 43(ag)
~ [or] thus
Ithaca: sector 43(ah)
artifice
Ithaca: sector 43(ai)
x3 - 3xy(x + y) + y3 = -
Ithaca: sector 43(aj)
[springtailed] rainbow -
Ithaca: sector 43(ak)
scaly in mildewed wood.
Ithaca: sector 43(al)
earth shine on paschal moon
Ithaca: sector 43(am)
lowpower microscope Red

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Ithaca: sector 44(a)
Leopold Paula Bloom Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(b)
a place for everything & everyth. in its place Blue
Note: See Sheet 17.034(l).
Ithaca: sector 44(c)
Kolod balejwaw pnimah Nefesch, jehudi, homijah. (throttled voice) Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(d)
Luschuw, l'erez [abotejnu]
Ithaca: sector 44(e)
Erbah david chanah. Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(f)
25 / 38
Ithaca: sector 44(g)
LB - Thora dictated so fast Moses couldn't put in stops. Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(h)
nocturnes - all homegoing Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(i)
[germ in ouch] Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(j)
LB's beesting Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(k)
LB to SD - drink little & well Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(l)
Sirius 9 lightyears dist and 900 Sol. Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(m)
Arcturus 142 lightyears dist Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(n)
LB gives £sd to Molly
Ithaca: sector 44(o)
LB praises to SD somebdy different (athlete)
Ithaca: sector 44(p)
LB contemplates wrinkled boots history Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(q)
Crumbs in bed. precooked fibres of potted meat Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(r)
Oily paper (.. of olives) Red
Ithaca: sector 44(s)
SD's story. “Queen's Hotel” LB coincidence Red
Note: See also Sheet 17.038(k).
Ithaca: sector 44(t)
Books: Hist. of Turko-Russian War. Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(u)
astronomy Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(v)
[nickering gilt titles] Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(aa)
bust of Donatello lights candle & looks
Ithaca: sector 44(ab)
Flotow (jew) Donizetti
Ithaca: sector 44(ac)
Her rump, plump melons Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.035(ad)
Ithaca: sector 44(ad)
LB admired all things successfully done Red
Ithaca: sector 44(ae)
LB found grey hair in basin
Ithaca: sector 44(af)
India mull - MB's drawers Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(ag)
LB's trousers remember. (SD's mother's funeral) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(ah)
Soll und Haben? Have you read? No! Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(ai)
Simon not stylite. (S.D.) Red
Ithaca: sector 44(aj)
LB How will you pay? gives back £sd Green
Ithaca: sector 44(ak)
SD & the interest? Green
Ithaca: sector 44(al)
LB took MB to musichall. Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(am)
Tandem (LB & MB) Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(an)
Woman - make her laugh or cry Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 18.001(l).
Ithaca: sector 44(ao)
〃 no [pudor but verg.......] Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 18.001(m).
Ithaca: sector 44(ap)
LB gets SD's signature by [artifice] Red
Note: See also UN6 (NLI.4):016(v).
Ithaca: sector 44(aq)
LB prays death of wrongers Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.034(v).
Ithaca: sector 44(ar)
puff case
Ithaca: sector 44(as)
Rejected - Israel Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(at)
Maynooth ret. 2nd. 2∕ 6 ist w in Aug. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(au)
old - specs in book Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(av)
lipped saucepan Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(ba)
Other letter under door.
Ithaca: sector 44(bb)
Houses upside down in water Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bc)
Ambrosia-cream Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bd)
RB covered up in bed crying Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(be)
In his grave powdery dung of insects which came even before full death Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):004(bt) for UG 6.992.
Ithaca: sector 44(bf)
model themes which Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bg)
[To] SD publish Maunsel school essays Si D read out as models. Red
Ithaca: sector 44(bh)
LB to SD re menses. What wd. you suggest Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(bi)
LB long time ago. Blue
Note: Cf. Sheet 17.037(k).
Ithaca: sector 44(bj)
[Fear base of life] Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bk)
Milly soul awake before body Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bl)
[??] Poolbeg light.
Ithaca: sector 44(bm)
Marks' 1d Bazaar 6½ shop. Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bn)
LB makes mnemotechnic Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bo)
marble clock Blue
Ithaca: sector 44(bp)
LB & MB watched. She put on more happy Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(bq)
LB & MB tandem. Blue
Note: Repeated above.
Ithaca: sector 44(br)
about hats! Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 44(bs)
humanity might be different in other systems? Blue

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Ithaca: sector 45(a)
LB reproaches self re RB Blue
Ithaca: sector 45(b)
bankbook Blue
Ithaca: sector 45(c)
photo of Ennis Blue
Ithaca: sector 45(d)
Milly's endowment Blue
Ithaca: sector 45(e)
Leopold (Leo), Blum pascha, Virag after Szombathely went to Italy
Ithaca: sector 45(f)
Wilderness, Green
Ithaca: sector 45(g)
~ lower level of obed. to precepts
Ithaca: sector 45(h)
Why earthquakes occur where people are? Blue
Ithaca: sector 45(i)
LB holds up Milly's hair Blue
Ithaca: sector 45(j)
LB [hide] in books Blue
Note: See Sheet 17.007(bd).
Ithaca: sector 45(k)
cold pillow Blue
Ithaca: sector 45(l)
crumbs & potted meat in bed Blue
Note: Repeated above.
Ithaca: sector 45(m)
wishes to tell story Green
Ithaca: sector 45(n)
LB resembles MB

Ithaca sector 46


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Ithaca: sector 46(a)
SD drunk lay open weakest Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ca), and UN4 (NLI.5A):055(ch) for UG 16.94.
Ithaca: sector 46(b)
LB in dark bumps side v. [stuff] Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):033(cq).
Ithaca: sector 46(c)
When things live
Ithaca: sector 46(d)
paperknife slips
Ithaca: sector 46(e)
Milly 2 more crosses to make Celt Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 46(f)
Mrs. Bracegirdle Blue

Ithaca sector 47


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Ithaca: sector 47(a)
Ithaca
Note: underlined in ink and blue pencil
Ithaca: sector 47(b)
weedbeds Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(c)
la morta grottesca Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(d)
frigidity. Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(e)
in darkest Africa (cunt) Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 18.004(a).
Ithaca: sector 47(f)
delirium of love's young dream, stars etc Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(g)
LB not at funeral of SD's mother. Green
Ithaca: sector 47(h)
waterways Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(i)
LB exp's to SD ad of girl writing. Red
Note: Copied from UN5 (NLI.5B):002(m).
Ithaca: sector 47(j)
capped corners Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(k)
slide nozzle locks
Ithaca: sector 47(l)
LB in mask selling ads. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(m)
Slieve Bloom Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):037(ad)for UG 4.139, and UN5 (NLI.5B):009(i) for UG 12.1833.
Ithaca: sector 47(n)
Man lifted out of earth atmosph. bleeds at nose Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(o)
Cats at night, cries of wooers murdered
Ithaca: sector 47(p)
Valley lay smiling before me
Ithaca: sector 47(q)
Stuffed owl marriage gift Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(r)
LB searches 3rd. star Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(s)
γλαυκώπις Blue
Note: See also SA.0361(g)
Ithaca: sector 47(t)
SD silent - composing? Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(u)
Parallax? he remembers Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 17.027(bp), Sheet 17.033(bq), and Sheet 15.054(am).
Ithaca: sector 47(v)
Gillies (LB & SD) The Bumble Bee
Ithaca: sector 47(aa)
Planets - they wandered Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 17.004(af).
Ithaca: sector 47(ab)
mulch of dung loam, tilth Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: cf. 4.478, 4.481 (Cal, Rosenbach); ‘tilth’ not crossed through.
Ithaca: sector 47(ac)
LB in bed sees old photo of self (position) Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(ad)
thought of smthg better & s. hist Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(ae)
LB in Dub SD in Eur. find in old books (post)
Ithaca: sector 47(af)
LB lifts reading eyes, feels creeping doubt of dawn Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(ag)
E cosa importa? Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(ah)
Hist. of Chas. II Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(ai)
LB washes under tap Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(aj)
Sinbad Sailor, Jinbad Jailer &c Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(ak)
SD thinking, thought flies to other (opposite)
Ithaca: sector 47(al)
LB believes SD wd. of course accept £sd
Ithaca: sector 47(am)
Acrostics. B is for Bloom Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(an)
Wandering Jew - moto perpetuo Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(ao)
where child from? Mine? his?
Ithaca: sector 47(ap)
Skipping (Milly) Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(aq)
don't go near (box) but face with knee jiujitsu / never go near hm on ground Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):043(ct)
Ithaca: sector 47(ar)
MB tunes violin Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(as)
Jealousy passion ∴ must contain joy. (LB. True!) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(at)
SD - I give what I get
Ithaca: sector 47(au)
LB - letter from friend of Martha to say she is a cheat. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(av)
Honest ∴ jealous Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(ba)
a billsticker! Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bb)
Cat - wash ear over face, back to fire, storm Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bc)
cat goes luck goes Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bd)
If Earth got drunk!
Ithaca: sector 47(be)
LB envies SD literature Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bf)
Stars (like girls) can't see themselves [planisphere] Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bg)
Jupiter Pluvius Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):043(ck) for UG 16.41.
Ithaca: sector 47(bh)
LB not read WS for amusement Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bi)
Man button right over L. Woman L o R Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bj)
why candlegrease stains round. Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bk)
LB and book on aston's quay.
Ithaca: sector 47(bl)
Moses Maim. More Nebukim. Blue
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.038(e)
Ithaca: sector 47(bm)
Agendath Netaim Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bn)
~ : dead faith of devils Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 47(bo)
Stood candle on table Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bp)
Virag - Szesfehervar - Photo atelier Blue
Ithaca: sector 47(bq)
- LB whore liked him - girl too - time yet. Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.001(w).

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Ithaca: sector 48(a)
ecliptic inclination of moon
Ithaca: sector 48(b)
deluge Red
Ithaca: sector 48(c)
~ some [races] never saw Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 48(d)
adipose Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(e)
Molly & I & the baby
Ithaca: sector 48(f)
90% of body water Red
Ithaca: sector 48(g)
Milly crybaby good prevent congestion Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(h)
Λ a 73 ~
Ithaca: sector 48(i)
~ arc Green
Ithaca: sector 48(j)
~ to each add Green
Ithaca: sector 48(k)
~ corollary Red
Note: Repeated below.
Ithaca: sector 48(l)
again, by hypothesis Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(m)
outsize drawers Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(n)
equestrian Green
Ithaca: sector 48(o)
horns of kettlesmoke Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(p)
MB girl [bore cos] too Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 48(q)
foot also not lecherous Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 48(r)
reciprocal proportion Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(s)
locality Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(t)
~ quantity Green
Note: See also Sheet 17.010(q).
Ithaca: sector 48(u)
given length Red
Ithaca: sector 48(v)
MB wrote Greek. Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(aa)
constant Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(ab)
LB's grandfather Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(ac)
odd even Green
Note: Repeated Sheet 17.013(be).
Ithaca: sector 48(ad)
(Newman on Newton) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 48(ae)
he read J.H.N. for solution of difficulty. disappointed. Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.050(ba).
Ithaca: sector 48(af)
Woman rights hat at window (good ad) Blue
Ithaca: sector 48(ag)
friendships not of family not renewable Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 48(ah)
Citron like [rlwy] ticket (SD) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 48(ai)
logarithm
Ithaca: sector 48(aj)
LB when elderly son & old mother fight looked at sky
Ithaca: sector 48(ak)
SD forgets hank. LB - key Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 48(al)
Thames embankment Blue
Note: Written sideways; see also UN5 (NLI.5B):018(at) for UG 16.123.
Ithaca: sector 48(am)
take a fr back seat Blue
Note: Written sideways; see also UN5 (NLI.5B):018(au) for UG 16.1760.

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Ithaca: sector 49(a)
LB conquered mother by daughter, daughter by mother. Red
Ithaca: sector 49(b)
LB defer will to end of life.
Ithaca: sector 49(c)
Sturli - too long
Ithaca: sector 49(d)
LB forms a habit Red
Ithaca: sector 49(e)
Storm bat flying lust wetterdruck
Ithaca: sector 49(f)
model farm Blue
Ithaca: sector 49(g)
magnifying glass. Blue
Note: Copied from Sheet 17.011(m).
Ithaca: sector 49(h)
3 hours play re 1 minute's fuck Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 49(i)
milk sour, Blue
Ithaca: sector 49(j)
[??] constellation sets Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 49(k)
neither injurious to health nor offensive to nostrils
Ithaca: sector 49(l)
Sandow's Blue

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Ithaca: sector 50(a)
milky way points to our lady of Walsingham, holy land, Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(b)
topiary cutting (hedges) Red
Ithaca: sector 50(c)
verify by substitutes Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(d)
corollary Green
Note: Repeated above.
Ithaca: sector 50(e)
pass equator change sign Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(f)
transpose, collect
Ithaca: sector 50(g)
Answer
Ithaca: sector 50(h)
Given x = 4 Red
Ithaca: sector 50(i)
thing sought Red
Ithaca: sector 50(j)
rule of 3
Ithaca: sector 50(k)
price of mixture of teas
Ithaca: sector 50(l)
Now since —.
Ithaca: sector 50(m)
inlet faucet, outlet vent Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN1 (NLI.3):032(e), and UN4 (NLI.5A):032(aq) for UG 17.162.
Ithaca: sector 50(n)
2 sips to his 1 Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(o)
5 5⁄11 after 1 clock hands together Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(p)
can do a piece of work
Ithaca: sector 50(q)
navvy
Ithaca: sector 50(r)
papering a trench
Note: Possibly copied from JN2 (Cornell.25):035(b).
Ithaca: sector 50(s)
it wanted 3′ [of.]
Ithaca: sector 50(t)
has a start of Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(u)
that wd be no if —
Ithaca: sector 50(v)
that man's father Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(aa)
proportion Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(ab)
in ratio of Red
Ithaca: sector 50(ac)
solid & hollow [SQUARE] Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(ad)
laid out (spese)
Ithaca: sector 50(ae)
digits of no.
Ithaca: sector 50(af)
mental arithm. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(ag)
over the fence leaps sunny Jim &
Ithaca: sector 50(ah)
LB & boys pissed high Blue
Note: See Sheet 17.001(bk).
Ithaca: sector 50(ai)
pendule of clock Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(aj)
find by inspection Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):023(bk) (copied from Sheet 18.009(j))
Ithaca: sector 50(ak)
〃 value of
Ithaca: sector 50(al)
Simplify: mult. tables.
Ithaca: sector 50(am)
in 2.2's:
Ithaca: sector 50(an)
11⁄- in £ Red
Ithaca: sector 50(ao)
bracketed
Ithaca: sector 50(ap)
bankrupt assets Red
Ithaca: sector 50(aq)
Q. Prove it. A- Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(ar)
Sign denotes Red
Ithaca: sector 50(as)
comp. interest Red
Note: Engrossed in Sheet 17.043(o)
Ithaca: sector 50(at)
forgive us our trespasses
Ithaca: sector 50(au)
worth less than 0. Red
Ithaca: sector 50(av)
resolve
Ithaca: sector 50(ba)
solution of problem Red
Note: And passim. See also Sheet 17.040(a) above.
Ithaca: sector 50(bb)
statement of a∕c Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(bc)
obtained the result Red
Ithaca: sector 50(bd)
both sides of equation = if cubed, Nd, Xd or ÷ [on] same no / +d or -d they are =
Ithaca: sector 50(be)
simultaneous equations Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(bf)
1) eliminate 1 term, / 2) equating values / 3) substitute —
Ithaca: sector 50(bg)
assumed no (& name LB exile) Red
Ithaca: sector 50(bh)
arbitrary multipliers Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(bi)
units, tens, hundreds, Red
Ithaca: sector 50(bj)
six figures
Ithaca: sector 50(bk)
16 yrs before elder man was 16 years older than the younger man, 16 yrs later the younger wd be the added elder's age while latter wd. be twice his age win 10 yrs Blue
Note: See also Sheet 15.051(e).
Ithaca: sector 50(bl)
figures centripetal 1. 12. 123. 1234. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(bm)
proceeds divided Green
Ithaca: sector 50(bn)
reduce to simplest form Blue
Note: See also Sheet 17.014(l) and Sheet 17.015(a).
Ithaca: sector 50(bo)
S O N D O B A N (Japanese arith)
Ithaca: sector 50(bp)
incalcuable Red
Ithaca: sector 50(bq)
of 1st. magnitude Red
Note: Copied from UN4 (NLI.5A):033(ao).
Ithaca: sector 50(br)
minuend, subtrahend, remainder, 7 from 10 leaves
Ithaca: sector 50(bs)
Subtract (alter sign lower line), as found above,
Ithaca: sector 50(bt)
subtract a pos = add a neg. (photo)
Ithaca: sector 50(bu)
halves
Ithaca: sector 50(bv)
P.C. 47
Ithaca: sector 50(ca)
- outside brackets [queers] all Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 50(cb)
2 wrongs make a right Red
Ithaca: sector 50(cc)
brackets removed Blue
Ithaca: sector 50(cd)
conversely Not cancelled

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Ithaca: sector 51(a)
: clear of fractions
Note: transferred to VI.C.07.231
Ithaca: sector 51(b)
denominator Red
Ithaca: sector 51(c)
LCM, HCF, Red
Note: see below
Ithaca: sector 51(d)
product of extremes = prod of means
Ithaca: sector 51(e)
like x like = + / unlike x = - Red
Ithaca: sector 51(f)
cancels out
Ithaca: sector 51(g)
quotient
Ithaca: sector 51(h)
a0 = 1
Ithaca: sector 51(i)
dividend
Ithaca: sector 51(j)
arranged according to powers of .. Red
Ithaca: sector 51(k)
common letter, Red
Ithaca: sector 51(l)
~ descending powers Red
Ithaca: sector 51(m)
2nd. division [clerk]
Ithaca: sector 51(n)
even no Red
Note: Repeated above.
Ithaca: sector 51(o)
〃 money
Ithaca: sector 51(p)
a2x2 is < ax if a, x proper fractions
Ithaca: sector 51(q)
decimate Red
Ithaca: sector 51(r)
highest power in land Red
Ithaca: sector 51(s)
(A) Man = (1)X
Ithaca: sector 51(t)
Q —(im)properly arranged express Red
Ithaca: sector 51(u)
~ A — — — —
Ithaca: sector 51(v)
last divisor ÷ ~ Red
Ithaca: sector 51(w)
~ last remainder Red
Ithaca: sector 51(aa)
till 0 is reached Red
Ithaca: sector 51(ab)
reduce SD⁄LB Red
Ithaca: sector 51(ac)
LCM included all Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 51(ad)
HCF nucleus Red
Ithaca: sector 51(ae)
Quotites? How oft? Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 51(af)
universal arithmetic Red
Ithaca: sector 51(ag)
abc known quantities / xyz un— 〃 Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 51(ah)
term
Ithaca: sector 51(ai)
radical sign
Ithaca: sector 51(aj)
binomial Red
Ithaca: sector 51(ak)
coefficient shows how
Ithaca: sector 51(al)
oft. [takes] degree
Ithaca: sector 51(am)
bcd bcd bcd
Ithaca: sector 51(an)
literally, numerically Red
Ithaca: sector 51(ao)
power, cube nth raised Red
Ithaca: sector 51(ap)
brackets: vinculum
Ithaca: sector 51(aq)
suppose a = 4
Ithaca: sector 51(ar)
compute value
Ithaca: sector 51(as)
fraction Red
Ithaca: sector 51(at)
cross xation = nought Red
Ithaca: sector 51(au)
diff + sum = 2 > quant.
Ithaca: sector 51(av)
conceive that to be Blue
Ithaca: sector 51(ba)
erratic Red
Ithaca: sector 51(bb)
4 apples, 1 apple > [do]

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Ithaca: sector 52(a)
mixed quantity Blue
Ithaca: sector 52(b)
equivalent Red
Ithaca: sector 52(c)
integral part Red
Ithaca: sector 52(d)
whole no
Ithaca: sector 52(e)
sum Red
Ithaca: sector 52(f)
index
Ithaca: sector 52(g)
ex. 3
Ithaca: sector 52(h)
prime no
Ithaca: sector 52(i)
in(ev)olution Red
Ithaca: sector 52(j)
√x = ±
Ithaca: sector 52(k)
surd
Ithaca: sector 52(l)
irrational quantity Blue
Ithaca: sector 52(m)
operation Red
Ithaca: sector 52(n)
a½ = √a
Ithaca: sector 52(o)
complete [SQUARE] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Ithaca: sector 52(p)
[SQUARE] of middle =
Ithaca: sector 52(q)
4 1 x 3
Ithaca: sector 52(r)
square O Red
Note: repeated Ith-11
Ithaca: sector 52(s)
pure & adfected quadratics
Ithaca: sector 52(t)
function of Red
Ithaca: sector 52(u)
roots of [SQUARE] equat
Ithaca: sector 52(v)
= & opposite
Ithaca: sector 52(aa)
degree of accuracy Red
Ithaca: sector 52(ab)
decimal system
Ithaca: sector 52(ac)
0⁄0 = indeterminate
Ithaca: sector 52(ad)
K.11. Red
Ithaca: sector 52(ae)
trespassers will be prosecuted Red
Ithaca: sector 52(af)
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