Textual development Manuscript to Errata I.3

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

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|9Chest Cee!9| |5'Sdense!5| |8|+Corpo di baraggioº!+| Youº spoof of visibility in a freakfog|a, ofº mixed sex cases among goats, hill cat and plain mousey, Bigamy Bob and |~and sweet Sue Shanock his old Shanvocht~|a|?! The Blackfriars treacle plaster outrage be liddled!8| Therewith was released |8|s+in that kingsrick of Humidias+|8| a poisoning volume ofº cloud |8barrage8| indeed!º Yet all they who heard or redelivered are now |9|+with that family of bards and Vergobretas himself and the crowd of Caraculacticors+|9| as much no more as be they not yet now or had they then notever been. Canbe in some future we shall presently here |9amid those zouave players of Inkermann the mime mumming the mick and his nick miming |athe theira| maggies|a, Hilton St Just (Mr Frank Smith), Ivanne Ste Austelle (Mr J. F. Jones)|+, Coleman of Lucan taking four parts, the D'O the Doily a choir of the |aO'Daleya| O'Doyles doublesixing the chorus |ain Fenn MacCallº and the Serven Feeries of Loch Neach, Galloper Tropples and Hurleyquinna|,+|a| andº9| the zitherer of the past with his merrymen all, zimzimº zimzim. Of the |4persons persins4| sin |5the story this Eyrawyggla saga5| (which|9, thorough readable to int from and,9| is all from tubb to buttomº all falsetissues, antilibellous and nonactionable and this applies to its whole |5volume wholume5|)º |9Osti, poor Osti-Fosti,º |+described as+|9| quite a musical genius in a small way, and the owner of an exceedingly niced ear, |8with tenorist voice to match,8| |9not alone, but a very major poet of the poorly meritary order (he began Tuonisonian but worked his passage up as far as the we-all-hang-together Animandovites),º9| no one end is known. |9|+If they
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whistled him before he had curtains up they are whistling him still after his curtain's doom's doom.+|9| |5Ei fùº.5| |9|+Poor His wife His husband,º poor+| old9| |7O'Hara A'Hara |9(Okaroff?)9|7|,º crestfallen by things and down at heels at the time, they squeak, accepted the (|7Saxon Zassnoch!7|) ardree's shilling at the conclusion of the Crimean Warº and, having flown his wild geese, |10alohned in crowds to warnder on like Shuley Luney,10| enlisted in Tyrone's horse, the Irish whites, and soldiered a bit |5with Wolsey5| under the |v4gunname assumed namev4| of Blanco Fusilovna Bucklovitch |5(spurious)5| after which the cawer and |5the marble halls of5| Pump Court Columbarium|9, the |shhome of
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the old seakings
sh|,9| looked upon each other |9no more and queth their haven evermore9| for it transpires that on the other side of the water it came about that on the field of Vasileff's Cornix inauspiciously |5with his unit5| he perished|9, saying, |shThisº papal leaflet leafless to old chap give, rawl chawclates for mouther-in-louthsh|9|. |5Booilº.5| |9Poor old dear9| Paul Horan, |9to satisfy his |shliterary as well as his criminal aspirationssh|,9| at the suggestion thrown out by the |5master doomster5| in |s5lunacy loquacityºs5|, |9so says the Dublin Intelligence,9| was thrown into |5an asylum a Ridley's5| for inmates in the northern counties. |9Under the name of Orani he may have been |aa thea| utility man of the troupe capable of sustaining long parts at short notice.9| |5He was.º5| Sordid Sam, |9a dour decent deblaneerº,9| hauntedº always by his ham,º |8at a word from Israfel the Summonerº8| passed away painlessly |s5after life's upsomdownss5| one hallowe'en night, ebbrous and in the state of nature, propelled from |5behind the unwashedº Behind5| into the |5great unwishedº5| Beyond by footblows |10coulincloutedº10| upon his oyster and atlas on behanged and behooved and behicked and behulked of his last fishandblood bedscrappers, a Northwegian and his mate of the |s5sheafaring sheawolvingºs5| class. Thoughº the last straw |v+4glimpt glimtv+|4| his baring |5he the this stage thunkhard5| is said |9(the pitfallen gagged him as “Promptboxer”º)9| to have |5solemenlyº5| said —º as had the |4brief4| thot |4|v+butv+|4| fell in till his dear head like a bass dropt neck fust in till a bung crate |5(cogged!)5|:º |4Me drames|5, |aO Lochlanns O'Loughlins O Loughlinsºa|,5| has come through!º4| |4My centuple |aMay my |v+Let my Now let |5my the5|v+|a| centuple |v+selves celves |5of my egourge5|v+|, asº Micholas de Cusack calls them, andº of4| all of whose I |+4hereby in my hereinafter+| of course by recourse4| dimission, demission me,º by the |v+4coincidence coincidancev+|4| of their contraries reamalgamerge in that identity
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ofº |v+4indiscernibles undiscerniblesv+|4| where the Baxters and the |v+4Fleischmanns Fleshmansv+|4| |4may |v+theyv+|4| cease to |4trouble |v+bedivil bidivilv+|4| |7us un uns7| andº |10(but |ahere at this poingta| though the iron thrust of his cockspurt start might have prepared us we are wellnigh stinkpotthered by the mustardpunge in the tailend)10| |4my outandout brief candlestick this |v+outinout outandinv+| brown candlestock4| melt |v+4Molon's Nolan'sv+|4| into rest peese!º |5Han var.5| Dislikerº as he was |v+4of tov+|4| druriodrama,º |9|+herº wife+|9| |+Shorty Langley+|, the prophet, |9and the decentest dozendest short of a frusker whoever stuck his spickle through his spoke,9| disappearedº |9(inº which toodooing |shhe has taken all the French leaves unveilable out of Calomnequiller's pr Pravities)sh|9| from the |7surface sourface7| of |s6his thisºs6| earth |8|~the, that~| austral |~plaun plain~| he had transmaried himself to,º8| so entirely spoorlessly |8|x(theº mother of the book with a dustwhisk tabularasing his obliteratureº done upon her |~surface involucrum)~|x|8| as to tickle the speculative to all but opine |9(since the Levey who might have been Langley may have really been a redivivus of paganinism or a volunteer Vousden)9| that the hobo (who possessed a large amount of the humoresqueº) had |4removed transtuled4| his |9funster's9| habitatº to its |9finsterest9| |4interior interrimost4|. |5Bhi she.5| Again, |9|shif Father Don Danº Browne, tea and toaster to that quaintestestº of yarnspinners,º is Padre Don Bruno, treuº and troster to the queen of Iar-Spain,sh|9| was the reverend, the sodality director, that eupeptic viceflayer|5, a
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barefaced carmelite,º5| to whose |8palpitating8| pulpit |9(which of us but remembers the rarevalent and hornerable Fratomistor |aNolanmore Nawlanmorea| and Brawne?º)9| sinning society sirens (see the |8Roman Catholicº8| presspassim) fortunately became so enthusiastically attached and was an objectionable ass who very occasionally wrore |8wore cockaded8| a raffles ticket in on his hat |8which he wore all to one side like the |~handle hangle~| of his pan |a(if Her Elegance saw him she'd have the canary!º)a|8| and was semiprivately convicted of malpractices with his |5hotwashed5| tableknife |5(|7passing glossing7| over the |7cork cark7| in his pocket)5| that same |5type snob5| of the dunhill, fully several yearschaums riper, encountered by |5Humphrey Chimpden the General5| on that redletter morning or |7mayday maynoon jovesday7|?º |4was he Wereº they4|? |5Fuitfuit.5|

|9When |aPhishlina| Phil |awantsa| throws his lip 'tis pholly to be fortunefloutingº and whoever's gone to |aMick's Mixºa| Hotel by the salt say water |ait's nicks there's nixa| to nothing we can do for he's never again to sea.9| It is nebuless |10a wellvouchedfor anº autodidact10| fact of the |+8commonest most commonfaced experienceº+|8| that the shape of
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the average human cloudyphiz
|10, whereas sallow has long daze faded,10| frequently altered its ego with the |7passing possing7| of the showers. |5(Not original!)º5| Whence it is a slipperishº matter, given the wet and low visibility |8|~(since in this scherzarade of one's thousand one nightinesses that sword of certainty |9which would |shindentifide the bodysh|9| never falls)~|8|,º to idendifine the individuone in |9scratch wig, squarecuts, stock,º lavaleer, regattable oxeter,9| baggy pants and shufflers |8|+(he is often alluded to as |10Slypatrick,10| the llad in the llane)+|8| with already an |5inclination incipience (lust!)5| in the direction of |5area5| baldness |5(one is continually |ameeting firstmeetinga| with odd sorts of others at all sorts of ages!)5| who was asked by free boardschool shirkers in drenched coats |s6over awall overawallºs6||9, Will, Conn and Otto,9| to tell them over overagait|9, Vol, Pov and Dev,9| that fishabed |9story ghoatstory9| |8|+of the haardly creditable edventyres+|8| of |5ghosts the Haberdasher and,º the two Curchies and the three Enkelchums in their Bearskinº ghoats5|! |7Girles |8and |~jongens jongers~|8|,º7| but he has changed alok |5syne Thorkill's time5|! |10|xYaº, da, tra, gathery, pimp, shesses, shossafat, okodeboko, nine!ºx|10| |5Those many warts, those slummy patches, |10halfsister halfsinster10| wrinkles (what has come over the face |10of |aof ona| wholebroader10| |7blank x7|?) andº |10(shrine of Mount Mu save us!)10| the imm large fungopark he has grown!5| Drink!º

|8Sport's a common thing.8| It was the Lord's own day for damp |9|xTo wait (to |shwait for a postponed regatta'ssh| eventualising is not of |shBattlecock Shettledore-Juxta-Maresh| only)ºx|9| and the request |9for a |shfully armed explanationsh|9| was put |10(in Loo of Pat)10| to the porty (a native of the sisterisle |s5— Meathman |8or Meccanº8|? —s5| by his own old brogue|9, |shex-race eyessh|, |shlokil caloursh|9| |7and |9local lucal9| odour7| which |7is are7| said to have been average |7clonturkish clownturkish7| |8|+— though |ahis the capelist'sa| voiced |anasala| liquids and |alack of zest in the way he sneezed ata| zees haul us back to the craogs and bryns of the Silurian Ordovicesº+|8| ) who|8, |~his the~| lesser pilgrimage accomplished,8| had made |9|shpats'º and pigs' older inseltsh|,9| the southeast bluffs of the stranger
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stepshore|9, |aas his aa| ref |shregifugium persecutorumsh|,9| |+9his hence+|9| |5headquarters hindquarters5|) as he paused at evenchime for |9ten some9| or so minutes |9(Hitº the pipe, dannyboy! Time to won, barmon. I'll take ten to win.)9| amid the devil's one duldrumº |9(Applesº |aat bya| her blossom window and Charlottesº at her tosspanomancyº his sole admirers, his only tearts in store)9| for a fragrend calabashº during his weekend
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pastime of executing with Anny Oakley deadliness |8|~(the consummatory pairs of provocatives, |s+of which remained provokingly but two, the ones he fell for, Lili and Tutu,s+| cork em!)~|8| |4bottles emptiesº4| which had not very long before contained Reid's family stout. (you ruad that before, soaky, but all the bottles in soddemdº histry will not soften your |4bloodithirst bloodathirst4|!) stout. Having reprimed his repeaterº |s5and resiteroomed his timespieces5| His Revenanceº|9, with still a life or two to spare for the space of his occupancy of a world at a time,9| rose to his feet and there, far from Tolkaheim, in a quiet English garden |5(commonplace!)|8|x, since known as |~Wittington wild Whiddington Wild,~|x|8|5| where the joyshots rang no moreº his simple intensive curolent vocality|9, my dearbraithers, my most |adearbraithers dearbrathairsa|,9| |8as he|9, so is a supper as is a sipper,9| spake of the |~Unity One~| and told of the Compassionate,8| called up before the triad of precoxious |9caremakers scaremakers (scoretaking: Spegulo ne helpas al malbellulo, Mi kredasº ke vi estas prava, Via dote la vizago rispondas fraulino)9| the now to ushere mythicalº habiliments of Our Farfar and Arthor of our doyne.

|8Television kills telephony in brothers' broil.8| Our eyes demand their turn. Let them see thereº be seen! |10And wolfbone balefires blaze the trailmost if only that Mary Nothing may burst her bibby buckshee. When they set fire then she's got to glow so we may stand some chances of warming to what every soorkabatcha, tum or hum, would like to know.10| |5The first5| Humphrey's latitudinous |5hat |abeaver bavera|5| with puggaree behind |10(calaboose belong bigboss belong Kang the Toll)10|,º his fourinhand bow, |8|ahis elbaroom surtout,a| the refaced unmansionables of brown |~ginger unread |10ginger gingerine10|~| hue, the vertebratedº slate umbrella,8| his gruff woolselywellesly |5(+from the loomshop of Abraham Tripier+)5| with the finndrinnyº |5knopfs (+shieldknopfs knopfsº+)5| and the gauntlet upon the hand which in an hour not for him solely evil had struck down the mightheº mighthavebeen D'Esterreº of whom his nation seemed almost already to be about to have need. Then, stealing his thunder, but in the befitting legomena of the smaller country |10(probable words, possibly said, of |afielda| family gleaning)10|, aº bit duskish and flavoured with a smile, seein as ow his thoughts consisted chiefly of the cheerio,º he aptly sketched for our soontobe |4second4| parents |7(|asuckan sukanda| see whybe!)7| the touching seene. |10The solence of that stilling! Here one might
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a fin fell. Boomster rombombonant!10| It scenes like a landescape from Wildu Picturescu. Like a seen or some seem omº some dimb Arras, dumb as Mum's mutyness,º this mimage of the seventyseventh kusin of Kristansenº is odable to
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os across the wineless Ere no |4odor oedorº4| nor mere eerie nor liss potent of suggestion than in the tales of the tingmount. |s5(Prigged!)s5|

|8|+And there oftafter, jauntyjogging, on an Irish visavis, insteadily with shoulder to shoulder Jehu will |aspeak tella| to |aChristianer Christianiera|, saint to sage, the humphriad of that fall and rise while daisy winks |awith ata| her pinker sister among the tussocks and the copoll between the shafts mocks the couple on the car. |10And as your who may look like how on the owther side of his big belt tryº your tyrs and cloes your noes and paradigm maymay |arerise rererisea| in eren.10| Follow we up his whip vindicative. |9|shThurston's!sh|9| Lo bebold!+|8| |9La arboro,º lo petrusu.9| The augustan peacebetothem oaks, the monolith rising stark from the moonlit pinebarren |8|xin all fortitudinous ajaxious rowdinoisy |~tenementa tenuacity~|x|8|, theº angelus hour with ditchers bent upon their farm usetensiles, the soft belling of the fallow deers (doerehmoose genuane!) advertising their milky approach as midnight was striking the hours (letate!), and how brightly the great tribune outed the |8|s+sharkskins+|8| smokewallet |5(imitation!)5| from his frock,º kippers, and|5,º by Joshua,5| he tips |7un m |8im unº8|7| a topping swank cheroot, none of your swellish soide, quoit the reverse, and |9how manfally9| he says|9, pluk to pluk and lekan for lukan,9| he was to just pluggy well suck that brown boyo, my son, and spend a whole half hour in Havana. |10Sorer of the kreeksmen, would not thore be old high gothsprogue?º10| |8How Wherefore8| he met Master, he mean to say, |10he do, sire, bester of redpublicans, at Eagle Cock Hostel10| on Lorenzo Tooley Streetº and howº he wished his Honour the bannocks of Gort and Morya and Bri Head and Puddyrick, yore Loudship, |10and a starchbox sittingº in the pit of his St Tomach'sº10| — a |5strange (+poing poing comprong strangeº+)5| wish for you, my friend, and it would poleaxe your sonson's grandsonº utterly though your |4own old |asweating sweatandsweara|4| floruerunts heaved it |4hoch4| many as the times. whenº they were turrified |4by beº4| the hitz.

|77| |8|xChee chee cheers for |~up Kingbilly Upkingbilly~| and crow cru |~cromwell cramwells~|
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|~down a boo. Downaboo!~|
|~Girls,~| |~Up Hup~|, boys, and hat him!ºx| |xSee! Oilbeamº they're lost we've found |~rerembrandtses; rerembrandtsers:º~| their hours to date |~link link link~| these heirsº to morraº but wowhereº are those yours of |~Yestheirsdays Yesthersdaysº~|?x| |xFarseeingetherich |~& Poolannagadherer and Poolaulwoman~|,º |~Carachthecuss & Charachthercuss and~| his Ann van |~Vocht Vogt~|.x| |xD.e.e.d?º Edned, ended or sleeping soundlessly? Favour with your tongues!º Intendite!x|8|

|8|++|8| Anyº dog's life you listº you may still hearº them at it, |8|+like sixes and seventies,º as eversure as Halley's comet,+|8| ulemamen, sobranjewomen, storthingboys and dumagirls, as they pass its bleak and bronze portal of your Casaconcordia: Huru more n Nee, minny frickans? Hwoorledes har Dee det? Lost Losdoor onleft,º mladies, cue! Millecientotrigintadue scudi!º |4Tipote |5Tipotty Tippoty5|4|, kyrie, |5tipotty tippoty5|!º Cha kai rotty kai makkar, sahib? Despenseme Usted, senhor, en son succo, sabez!º O thaw bron orm, A'Cothraige, thinkinthou gaily?
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|5Lick-Pa-flai-hai-pa-Pa-li-si-liang-liang Lick-Pa-flai-hai-pa-Pa-li-si-lang-lang5|!º Epi alo, écouº, Batiste, tuvavnr dans lptitº boing coing!º Ismeneº de bumbac e meias de portocalliu!º O! O!º Os pipos mios es demasiada gruarso por O piccolo pocchino! Wee fee? Ung duro!º Kocshis, szabad? Mercy, and you? Gomagh, thak!º

|55| And|5, Cod,5| says he: Megeg with mugger's ears in his eyes |10(|aWould you care to know the prise of a liard?a| Maggis, nick your nightynovel! Mass Taverner'sº at the mike again! |aAnd that bagbellyº is the buck to goat it!a|)10|: Meggeg,º m'gay |8fellow chapjappyº8|, |9I call our univalse to witness,9| as sicker as |7moyliffey7| eggs is known |7by our good househalters from yorehunderts of mamooth7| to be which they commercially are in ahoy high British quarters |5(conventional!)5| my |7business guesthouse and cowhaendel7| credits will immediately stand ohoh open as straight as that neighbouring monument's fabrication before the hygienic gllll (this was where the reverent sabbothº and bottlebreaker with firbalk forthstretched touched upon his tricoloured boater |8whichº he uplifted by its pickledhoopy |a(he gave Stetson one and a penny for it)a| whileas oleaginosity of ancestralolosis |~sgucciulated adown sgocciolated down~| the both pendencies of his |~matsohito mutsohito~| liptailsº |~he, this most modestuous of that concilialbulum, mouth like a torn pocket (|9Sencapetulo,9| a more modestuous conciliabulite never curled a torn pocketmouth)~|8|, cordially |s5invitin inwitinºs5| the adullescence who he was wising up to do in like manner what all did
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so as he was able to add) lobe before the Great Schoolmaster's. |8(I tell you no story.º)8| Smile!º

|8The house of Atreox is fallen indeedust |9(Ilyam, Ilyum! Maeromor Mournomates!)|10, avergingº on blight like the mundinbanksº of Fennyana,10|9| but deeds bounds going arise again.8| Life, he himself said once |5(his biografiend, in fact, kills him verysoon|7, if yet not,7| after)5|, isº a wake, livit or krikit, and on the bunk of our breadwinning lies the cropse of our seedfather |10aº phrase which the establisher of the world by law might pretinately write across the chestfront of all manorwombanborn10|. The scene, refreshed, reroused, was never to be forgotten|9, the hen and crusader ever intermutuomergentº,9| for later in the century one of that |5little puisne5| band of factferretersº (then an excivilº |9(out of the custom huts)9| (retired), (hurt),º (underº the sixtyfives act)º |5in a dressy black modern style |a|sbwith and |7were wewere7|sb| |bnew shinyb|a| tan burlingtons|9, tamº, homd and dicky, |aquopriquos and peajagda|9|5|) rehearsed it|9, pippa pointing,9| with a dignified bow |5(copied!)º5| to a |5cousin namecousin5| of theº late archdeacon F. X. Preserved Coppinger |10(a hot fellow in his night, may the mouther of guard have mastic on him!)10| in a pullwoman of our first transhibernian |8overgroundº8| with one still sadder circumstance which is a dirkanddurkº heartskewerer if everº |8to bring bounceyeº |~tears brimmers~| from |~marble marbled~| eyes8|. Cycloptically through the windowdisks and with eddying awes the round eyes of the |errrundeisers rundreisersº13||9, back to back, buck to bucker, on their airish chaunting car,9| beheld |9with intouristing anterestedness9| the clad pursue the bare, the bare the green, the
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green the fore frore, the frore the cladagain, as their convoy wheeled encirculingly abound the gigantig's lifetree, our fireleaved loverlucky blomsterbohm, phoenix in our woodlessness, haughty, cacuminal, erubescent |5(repetition!)5|,º whose roots they be asches with lustres of peins. For as often as the Archicadenus|9, pleacing aside his Irish Field |aand craving their auriculars to receptacleº particulars before they got the bump at Castlebar (mat and far!),ºa|9| spoke of it by request, all,º hearing |9in this new reading of the part,º whereby, because of Dyas in his machina, the new |aGarrickson's garrickson'sa| grimacing grimaldism hypostasised by substintuation the axiomatic orerotundity of that once grand old |aElrington elringtona|
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,9| the |5cousin's cop copycus's5| descriptionº of that fellowcommuter's play upon countenants,º could simply imagine themselves,º in their bosom's inmost core, |9as pro tem locumº9| timesported acorss the yawning (abyss), as once they were, seasidersº listening to the cockshyshooter'sº evensong evocation of the doomed but always ventriloquent Agitator. No (no notº more plangorpoundº the billows o'er Thounawahallya Reef!),º silkhouatted|5, a |awhalerhosmightiadd whalrhosmightiaddºa|,5| aginsst the dusk of skumring |9(|shwould that fane be Saint Muezzin's calling — holy places! — and this fez brimless as brow of faithful,º toucher of the ground, did wish it were — blessed be the bones! — the ghazi, power of his sword!sh|)9|,º his manslayer's gunwielder protended towards that overgrown leadpencil which was soon,º |4monumentally monomentallyº4| at least,º to rise as Molyvdokondylonº |5to be his to, to be,5| to be his mausoleum (O'dan stod til steyneº at meisies aye skould show pon),º while olloverº his exculpatory features, as Roland rung, |8|+a |saglobulet wee dropeensa| of grief about to |sacorrugate his cheeks sillonise his jouejoussa|,+|8| the ghost of resignation diffused a spectral appealingness, |10as a young man's drowmº o'er the fate of his waters may gloat,10| similar in origin and |9akkurat9| in effectº to a beam of sunshine upon a coffinplate.º

|5Not olderwise Inn the days of the Bygning would our traveller Traveller|+, remoteº, unfriended,+| from |+Nau Sealand van Demon's Land+|, some lazy skald or maundering pote, lift |+wearywilled wearywilly+| his slowcut |s+snobsics+| eyes to the semisigns of his zooteac and,º lengthily lingering along flaskneck, cracketcupº, downtrodden brogue, turfsod, wildbroom, cabbageblad, stockfisch, longingly learn that there |+at the Angel+| were herberged for him poteen and tea and praties and baccy and wine |7with width7| woman |7with |aworth wordtha|7| warbling: and informally |aall but begin to smi to almost thin quasibeginº to presquesm'ile to |s+thin. queasithin' …ºs+|a| |+(Nonsense! There was not very much windy Nous blowing at |7a the7| given moment through the hat of Mr Melancholy Slow!)+|5|

|5What But |ain the pragmaa| |+and by laws of casualityº+| what5| formal cause made a smile of thatº tothink? Who|5|+,º under the ye great bow of 's heaven,º+|5| was he to whom? |10O'Breen's not his name nor the brown one his maid.º10| Whose |5|+in thunder and weddin and soddin and orderº+|5| are the placewheres? |10Kiswastiº, kisker, kither, kitnabudja? Tal the tem of the tumulum. Giv theº gav of the grube.
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Be it cudgelplayers' country or fishfellows'º town or leeklickers' land or paubpanungopovengreskeyº. What regnans
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raised the rains have levelled but we hear the pointers and can |aguage gaugea| their compass for the melos yields the mode and the mode the manners,º plicyman, plausimanº, plousiman, plab. Tsin tsin tsin tsin! The forefarther folkers for a prize of two peaches with Ming, Ching and Shunny on the lie lowº lea. We'll sit down on the hope of the ghouly ghost for the titheman troubleth but his hantitat hies not here.10| They answer from their zoans.º Hear the four of them! Hark,º |7the roar torroar7| of them!º I, says Armagh, and a'm proud |s+5of it o' itºs+|5|. I, says Clonakilty, God help us! I, says Deansgrange, and say nothing. I, says Barna, and what aboutº it? Hee haw! Thus the unfacts, did we possess them, are too imprecisely few to warrant our certitude, the evidencegivers by legpoll too untrustworthily irreperible where his adjudgers are seemingly freak threes and his judicandees plainly minus twos. Before he fell hill he filled heaven: a sdreamº, alplapping streamlet, coyly coiled um, cool of her curls.º We were but thermites then, wee, wee. Our antheap we sensed as anº Hill of Allen, the Barrow for |+5a an+|5| People, one Jotnursfjaell: and it was a |4grummeling grummelung4| amung the porktroop that wonderstruck us asº thunder.º |s+5yonder yunders+|5|.

Thus the unfacts, did we possess them, are too imprecisely few to warrant our certitude, the evidencegivers by legpoll too untrustworthily irreperible where his adjudgersº are seeminglyº freak threes an but his judicandees plainly minus twos. |8|x|~But Nevertheless~| Madam's Toshowus waxes largely |~as lifelike. more lifeliked~| |~Entrance one kudos. Exit, free. (entrance, one kudos; exits, free)~| |~And the and our~| notional gullery is now completely complacent, anº exegious monument, |~airy & aerily~| perennious. Oblige with your blackthorns|~.; gamps, degrace!~|x| |x|~(Some And there many~| have paused before that exposure of him by old Tom Quad|s+, a flashbacks+| in which he sits sated, |~gownabout gowndabout~|, |s+in clericalease habit,s+| watching |s+blands+| Solº slithe |~netherwise |s+dodgsomely into thes+| nethermore~|, |s+a globule of maugdleness about to corrugitate his mild dewed cheekº ands+| the tata ofº a tiny victorienneº |~Alice, Alys,~| pressed by his |~large limper~| looser.º |~the globule of grief about to blank cheeks)~|x|8|

|8|~~|8| Yet certes one is. Eher the following winter had overed the pages of nature's book |9and till |aCead Urbar-atta-Cleath Ceadurbar-atta-Cleathºa| became Dablena Tertia,9| the shadow of the huge outlander|9, maladik, multvult, magnoperous,9| had bulked at the bar of |s+5thrice a hundred a rota ofs+|5| tribunals,º inº manor hall as in thieves' kitchen, |5mid pillow talk and |12chit house chithouse12| chat,5| |9on Marlborough Green as through Molesworth Fields,9| here sentenced pro tried with Jedburgh justice, there acquitted con testimonyº
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with benefit of clergy.

|88| Hisº Thing Mod have undone him: and his madthingº has done him man. His beneficiaries are legion: they number up his years. Greatwheel Dunlop was the name |4was4| on him in the part he createdº: behung, all we are his bisaacles. As hollyday in his house so was he priest and king to that: ulvy came, envy saw, ivy conquered. Lou! lou!º They have waved his green boughs o'er him as they have torn him limb from lamb. For his muertification and uxpiration and dumnation and annuhulation.
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|8|xWithº schreis and grida, deprofound souspirs. Steady, sullivans! Mannequins, pause!º Longtong's breach is fallen downº but |~Grannya's Graunya's~| spreed's abroad. Ahdostay, feedailyones,º and feel the Flucher's |~bowls bawls~|! Forº the total of your floutº is not fit to fan his fettle, O!º Have a ring and sing wohl! Chin, chin! Chin, chin!º And of chorusº all chimed |~chin with din width~| the eatmost |~boiviality boviality~|. Swiping rums and beaunes and sherries and ciders and negus and |~citronades citronnades~| too. The strongers:º Oho, oho,º Mester Begge, you're about to be bagged in the bog again. |~Bugg Bugge~|. But |~softees asighed softsies |+blank seufsighed+|~|: |~Ehu, for gasies! Eheu, for gassies!~|x|8| But, lo! lo!º |10by the threnning gods,10| human, erring and condonable,º |10what the statues of our kuo, who is the messchef be our kuang, ashu ashure there,10| the unforgettable unread treeshade looms up behind the jostling judgmentsº of those, as all should owe, malrecapturable days.

Tap and pat and tapatagain |10(fire firstshot, Missiers the Refuseleers! |aPeingpeong! For saxonlootie!a|)10|, threeº tommix, soldiers free, cockaleak and cappapee, of the Coldstream Guardsº were walkingº in (pardonnez-leur, je vous en prie,º eh?)º Montgomery Streetº. One voiced an opinion in which on either sideº (pardonnez!), nodding, all |9the Finner Camps9| concurredº (je vous en prie,º eh?).º It was the first woman, they said, souped him |5thatº fatal wellesday5|, Lili Coninghams|8, by suggesting him they go |~into in~| a fieldº8|. Wroth mod eldfar, ruth redd stillstandº, wrath wrackt wroth, confessed private Pat Marchison retro. |5(Terse!)5| |10Thus contenters with santoys play.10| One of our coming Vauxhall ontheboards who is resting for the moment (she has been callit by a noted |5stagey5| elecutioner a wastepacket Sittons) was interfeud in a waistend pewty parlour. Looking perhaps even more pewtyflushed |9in her |acherryderrya|
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padouasoys|a, girdle and braces by theº Halfmoon and Seven Stars, russets from the Blackamoor's Head, amongst the climbing boys at |bthe hisb| Eagle and Child and over the corn and hay emptors at their Black and All Black,a|9| Mrs F— A—º |9said saidaside, half |ain stage of a whispera| to her confidante glass9|, while recoopering her cartwheel |8hat chapot (ahat!º we now know what thimbles a'baquets on lallance o'tallsº mean)8|, she hoped |10he Sid Arthar10| would git a Chrissman's portrout |9of orange and lemonsized orchids9| with holleggsº and ether|9, from the feeatre of the |aincident innocident Innocident,a|9| as the worryld had been uncained. Then|10, while it is odrous comparisoning to the sprangflowers of his burstday |awhich was a viridable |bgodinpotty goddinpottyb| for the reinworms and the charlattinas and all branches of climatitisa|,10| it has been such a wanderful noyth en untirely, added she|10, with many regards to Maha's pranjapansies10|. |5(Tart!)5| |9Prehistoric, obitered to his dictaphone an entychologist, hisº propenomen is a properismenon.9| A dustman nocknamed Sevenchurches in the employ of Messrs Ashburnº, Soulpetre and Ashreborn, prairmakers, Glintalook, was asked by the sisterhood the vexed question during his |5midday middagº5| collation of (++8the spuds and tripes leaver and
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alternatively with stenk and kitteney phie++)8| in a hashhoush and|v4, thankeaven,v4| responsed impulsively: We have just been propogandering his nullity suit |8|s+and whatº they took out of his ears+|8| among my own crush. All our fellows at O'Dea's |10say sages with Aratar Calaman10| he is a cemented brick, buck it all! A more nor usually sober cardriver, who was jauntingly hosing r his runabout, Ginger Jane, took a strong view. Lorry hosed her as he talked and this is what he told rewritemen: Irewaker isº just a plain pink joint reformee in private life but folks all have it |10by brehemons laws10| he has parliamentary honours. |9Eiskaffier said (Louigi's, you |aknowa| that man's, brillant savourainº): Mon foie, you wish to ave some homelette, yes, lady? Good,º mein leber! Your hegg he must break himself. See,º I crack, so, he sit in the poele, umbedimbt!9| |8|xA perspirer (over sixty) who was keeping up his |~tennis panted out how it was one point to collicks infamation but a diffpair of flannels to climbs offences and trispress on bells and bangaher on his doorshut. tennises panted he kne ho har twa to clect infamatios but a diffpair flannels climb wall and trespassing on doorbell. After Breddon hear this troterella! fullblown Braddon hear this fresky troterella!~|x|8| A railways barmaid's view (they call her
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) was thus expressed |9to sympathisers of the Dole Line, Death Avenue,º9| |8|+anent those objects of her pitypromptedº ministrance, to wet, man and his syphon+|8|:º Ehim! It is ever too late to whissle when Phyllis unread floods her stable. It would be skarlot shameº to jailahim in lockup|10, as was proposed to him by the Seddoms |aperson creaturea|,º10| what matter what merrytricks went off with his revulverher in connections with ehim |4being a norphan and4| enjoining such wicked illth, ehim! Well done, Drumcollakill, |10Kitty Tyrrel is proud of you!º10| was the reply of a B.O.T. official |10(O blame notº the board!)10| while the Daughters Benkletter murmured in uniswoon: |5Golforgilfhisjury Golforgilhisjurylegs5|! Brian Lynskeyº, the cub curser, was questioned |7at his shouting box, Bawlonabraggat,7| and gave a snappy comeback, when saying: Paw! Once more |7I say I'll hellhowlº7|! I am for caveman |7chase and sahara7| sex, burk you! Them two bitches ought to be leashed, canem! |7Up hog and hoar hunt!7| Paw! A wouldbe martyr |10(whoº is attending on Saintº Asitas where he is being taught to wear bracelets)º10|, when grilled on the point, revealed the undoubted fact that |4the consequence would be4| |10thatº so long as Sankya Moondy played his mango tricks under the mystletryº, with shady asparas apsaras sheltering in his leaves' licence and his shadowers torrifried by the potent bolts of indradiction,10| there would be fights all over Cuxhaven. |5(Tosh!)5| Missioner Ida Wombwell, the seventeenyearold revivalist,º said concerning the coincident of |4interfering interfizzing4| with grenadines and other respectable and disgusted peersons using the park: That perpendicular person is a brut! But a mignificentº brut! |9“Caligula”º (Mr Danl Magrath, bookmaker, wellknown to Eastrailian poorusers of the Sydney Parade Ballotinº) was, as usual, antipodal with his: Strivingº todie, hopening tomellow.º Ware Splash. Cobbler. |a|bWe have meat two hourly, sang out |cElc| Caplan Buycoatº, with |chis thec| famous padre's
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turridur's capecast, meet too ourly, matadear!b| Dan Meiklejohn, precentor, of S.S. Smack and Olley's was probiverbal with his upsiduxit: Mutatusº mutandus. Dauran's lord (“Sniffpox”)º and Moirgan's lady (“Flatterfun”)º took sides and crossed and bowed to each other's views and recrossed themselves. The dirty dubs upin their flies, went too free, echoed the daintyº drabs downin their
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scenities, una mona.a|9| Sylvia Silence, the girl detective |8(Meminervaº, but by now one hears |v+turtling turtlingsv+| all over the Doveland!)8|,º when supplied with informations as to the several facets |4in of4| the case in her cozydozy bachelure's flat, quite |4overlooking o'erlookingº4| John A a'Dream's mews, leaned back in her really truly easychairº to query restfully |4in through4| her vowelthreaded syllabelles: Have you evew thought, wepowtewº, that sheew gweatness was his twagedyº? Nevewtheless accowding to my considewed attitudes |5fow this act5| he should pay the full penalty, pending |5pursuance, as per puwsuance, as pew5| Subsec.º 32, Sectionº 11, of the C.L.A. Actº 1885|5, anything in this Actº to the contwawy notwithstanding5|. |9Jarley Jilke began to silke for he couldn't get home to J Jelseyº |s11but ended with:ºs11| He's got the sack that helped him moult instench of his gladsome rags.9| Meagher, a naval rating, seated on |4one of4| the granite cromlech setts of our new fishshambles |10for the usual aireating10| after the ever popular act, |9with whom were Questa and Puella, |apiquante and quoitea| (this had a cold in her brain while that felt a sink in her summockº, wit's wat), wot's wet),º9| was encouraged|10, although nearvanashed himself,10| by one of his |9affianced |12co affianced co-affianced12|9| to get your breath, Walt, |10and gobbit,º10| and|10, when thenº chidden by her |afastraa| sastra to saddle up your pance, Naville,10| thus |9replied |acorreplied co-repliedºa|9| to her |9other's9| thankskissing: I lay my two fingerbuttons,º fianseeº Meagher |10(he speaks!)10|, heº was to blame about your two velvetthighs up Horniman's Hill — as hook and eye blame him or any other piscman? — but I also think|9, Puellywally,9| by the siege of his trousers there was someone else behind it — you bet your |5bottom blarney boughtem blarneys5|!º — about their three drummers down Keysars Lane. |5(Trite!)º5|

Beº these meer merchant marchant taylors'º fablings |5of a race referend with oddman rex5|? |10Is now all seenheard then forgotten?10| Can it |s5be wass5|, one is fain in this leaden age of letters now to wit, that so diversified outrages (they have still to come!) were planned and partly carried out against so staunch a covenanter if it be true thatº any of those recorded ever took place for many, we trow, beyessed to and denayed of, are given to us by some who use the truth but sparingly and weº on this side ought to sorrow for their pricking pens on that account?º The seventh city, |10Urovivla,10|
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his citadear of refuge, whither (would we believe the laimen and their counts), beyond the outbravedº gales of Atreeatic, |10changing clues with a baggermalster,10| |8he the hejirite8| had fled, |10silentiousissuemeantº under night's altosonority,10| shipalone, a raven |4on of4| the
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wave |10(be mercy, Mara!) A he whence Rahoulas!)10|, fromº the ostmen's dirtby on the old vic, to forget in expiating manslaughter |5and|10, reberthing in remarriment out of dead seekness to devine previdence (if you are looking for the bilder deep your ear on the movietone!),º10| to league his paganº lot, palm and patte, with a papisheeº5| |8(forº mine |~qvinnie qvinne~| I thee |arape giftakea| and bind my hosenband I thee haltar)8|, theº wastobe land|10, a lottuceº land, a luctuous land, Emeraldilliumº, the peasant pastured,10| in which by the fourth commandment with promise his days apostolic were to be long by the abundant mercy of Him Which Thundereth From On Highº, murmured, would rise against him with all which in them were, |5franchisables and inhabitands,5| |8astea as agora, helotsphilots,8| do him hurt, poor jink, ghostly following bodily, as were he made a curse for them, the corruptible lay quick, all saints of incorruption of an holy nation, the common or ere-in-garden castaway, in red resurrection to condemn so they might convince him, first pharoah, Humpheres Cheops Exarchas, of their proper sins. Businessbredº to speak with a stiff upper lip to all men and most occasions,º the Man we wot of took little short of fighting chances but for all that he or his or his care were subjected to the horrors of the premier terror of Errorland. (Perorhaps!)º

We seem to Us us (the realº Us!) to be reading our Amenti in the sixth sealed chapter of the going forth by black. It was after the show at Wednesbury that one tall man, humping a suspicious parcel, when returning late amid a dense particular on his home way from the second house |5of the Boore and Burgess Christy Menestrels5| by the old spot, Roy's Corner, had a barkiss revolver placed to his faced with the words you're |8shot! shot, major!º8| by an unknowable assailant (masked) against whom he had been jealous overº Lotta Crabtree |5or Pomona Evlyn5|.º More than that,º Whenn the Waylayer (not a Lucalizod diocesan or even of the Glendalough seeº but hailing fro' the prow of Little Britain), mentioning
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in a bytheway that he|8, the crawsopper,8| had|9, in edition to Reade's cutless centiblade,9| a loaded Hobson's which left only twin alternatives as, viceversa, either he would surely shoot her|8, the aunt,8| by pistolº (she could be |5sure okaysure5| of that!) or, failing of |5that such5|, bash in Patch's |v4blankv4| face beyond recognition, pointedly asked with gaelishº gall wodkar blizzard's business Thornton had with |4that4| Kane's fender,º only to be answered by the aggravated assaulted that thatº was for the snaps for him, Midweeks, to sultry well go and find out if he was showery well able.

|88| Butº how transparingly nontrue, gentle writerº! His feet one is not a tall man, not at all|5, man5|.º |5No such parson,! no such fender,! no such lumber! no such race!º5| Was it supposedly in connection with a girl|5|a, |bMyramie Hues Myramyº Hueyb| or |s+8Iris Coloress+|8| Archer,a| under Flaggy Bridge |sa(for ann there is but one |s+8liff livs+|8| and herº newbridge is her old)ºsa|5| or to explode |7his twelvechamber7| and force a shrievalty
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entrance that the heavybuilt |5man Abelbody5| in a butcherblue blouse from One Life One Suit (a men's wear store), seized with a most decisive bottle of single in his possession, seized after dark by the town guard at Haveyou-caught-emerod'sº temperance gateway,º was there in |7a theº7| gate's way.

|8|++|8| Fifthly, howº truetoned on his first time of hearing the wretch's statement that, muttering Irish, he had had had o'gloriously a'lot too much |8horseshoe hanguest or hoshoe8| fine to drink in |9the House of Blazes, the Parrot in Hell, the Orange Tree, the Glibt, the Sun, the Holy Lamb and, lapse not leashed, in9| |s+8a |xRamitdown'sx|s+|8| ship hotel |8since the morning moment he could dixtinguish a white |~threat thread~| from a black till the |~angel engine~| of the |aLord declared onto Mary |~Lord declaimed onto Mary laws declosed unto Murray~|a|8| and was only falling |8fluthered fillthefluthered |a|~where he hugely crashed his chunks~|a|8| up against the |8|~entrails to the~|8| gatestone pier which, with the cow's bonnet a'top o'itº, he |8parasoliloquisinglyº8| falsetook for a cattlepillar with purest peaceablest intentions. Yet how lamely hobbles the hoy of his then pseudojocax explanationº how|5, according to his own story,5| he was a process serverº and was merely trying to open |5zozimus5| a bottlofº stoub by |9mortially9| hammering his magnum bonum (the curter the club the sorer the savage) against the bludgey gate for the boots about the swan,º Maurice Behan, who hastily threw on a pair of old Sirº Bunchamon's pants, steppedº into his shoes|9, with nothing inº his hald barra tinnteack,º9| and came down |9with homp,
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shtemp|10, and10| jumphet
9| |4to the tiltyard4| from the wastes u'sleepº and in his obi ohny overclothes or choker, attracted by the norse of gunplay,º said heº war 'prisedº safe in bed |8as he dreamed that he'd |~wealthed wealthes~| in mormonº halls8| when wokenp by aº fourth loud snore out of his land of byelo |10while histiry's hickstrey's mewsº was grazing in the moonlight10| by hearing hammerangº |10on the pandywhank scale10| emanating from the blind pig and anything like it |10(oonagh! oonagh!)º10| |5in the whole history of |athe thatºa| Mullingcan Inn5| he never. This battering babel alloverº the door and sideposts, he always said, was not in the very |8remotest loutestº8| like the |5babble belzeybabbleº5| of a bottle of boose which would not rouse him out |7of o'7| slumber deep but reminded him loads more of |9the martiallawsey9| marses of foreign musikants' instrumongs |8playing Delandy is |~Caretakor Cartagerº~| on the ragnarº rock to |9Dublin Dulyn9|º8| or the |9overthrew overthrewer9| to the third last days of pomperyº, if anything. |8And that after this most mooninglessº |anockturn knockturna| the young reine came down desperate and the old liffopotamus herselfº started ploring all over the plain,º as mud as she cud be, ruinating all the |~boucher's schurtzs and the backer's touchandtugs bouchers' schurts and the backers' wischandtugs so~| that, be the chandeleure of the Rejaneyjailey,º they |~wore all niute watsching were all |12night nighº12| wasching~| the walters offº, the weltering walters off. Whyte?º8|

Just one moment. A pinch in time of the ideal, musketeers! |9Alphos, Burkos and Caramis, leave Astrelea for the |aastrologers astrollajerriesa| and |afor the |blove of the saunces and theb| honour of keavensa| pike paddywhackbackº to
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Pamintul.9| |5And roll away the reel world, the reel world, the reel world!5| |v4And call all your smokeblushes, Snowwhite and Rosered, if you will have the real cream! |s5Now for a strawberry frolic!s5| |10Filons filoosh!º10| Cherchons la flamme!v4| |8|xFammfamm! Fammfamm!ºx|8|

|8⇒ Come on, ordinary man,º |aMaschinsky|9, Scapolopolos, Duzinascu9| or Other,ºa| with that large big |9nonobli9| head |9andº that blanko berbecked fiscial fischial ekksprezzion9|.º Your |9machelar's mutton9| leg's getting |~musklebound musclebound~| from being too pulled. Noah Beery weighed stone thousand one |~while when~| Hazel was a hen. Now hisº fat's falling |~fast therefore fast. Therefore,~| |10chatbags,10| why not yours? |amissinga| There are twentynineº |~good sweet~| reasons why Blossomtime'sº the best.º |a|~He had haddock every morning, mock port and dandelion with bruised root ginger Elders fall for green almonds when
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they're raised on bruised stone root ginger~| |~and still it winters on his head and auctumns round his waist though it winters on their heads as if auctumned round their waistbands~|. If he'd you'd had pains in your |~hair hairs~| you wouldn't look so orgibald. |x|~Use ammtia for summer slimming. Nor that's not all.~|x| |10You'd have Colley Macaires on your lump of lead.10| |~Now listen, Mr Leer!~|a|8| |10And stow that sweatyfunnyadams simperº!10| |8|s+

s+|8| Takeº an old geeser who calls on his skirt. Note his sleek hair, so elegant, tableau vivant. He vows her to be his own honeylamb, swears they will be papa pals, by Sam, and share good times way down west in a guaranteed happy lovenest when May moon she shines and they |7twit7| twinkle all the night, combing the comet's tail uprightº and shooting popguns at the stars. |10|xCreampuffs all to timeº! Every nice, missymackenzies!x|10| For dear old grumpaparº he's gone on the razzledar, through gazing and crazing and blazing at the stars. |10Compree?º10| She wants her wardrobe to hear |5from above by return5| with cash so as she can buy her |5Peter Robinson5| trousseau and cut a dash with Arty, Bert or possibly Charley Chance (who knows?) so tolloll, Mr Hunker,º you're too dada for me to dance (|4and so4| off she goes!) and that's how half the |7girls gels7| in town has got their bottom drars while grumpapar he's trying to hitch his braces on to his |s5stars trarss5|. But old grum he's not so clean dippy between sweet you and |4I yum4| (not on your life, boy! not in those trousers! not by a large jugful!) for someplace on the sly|10, where Furphy he isn't by,º10| old grum has his |7girl gel7| number two |s5(bravevow, our Grum!)s5| and he would like to canoodle her too some part of the time for he is downright fond of his ownº number one but O ha he's fair mashed on his peaches number two so that if he could only canoodle the two|10, chivee chivoo,10| all three would feel genuinely happy, it's as simple as A.B.C.,º the two mixers, we mean, with their cherrybumº chappy (for he is simply shamming dippy) if they all were afloat in a dreamlifeboat, hugging two by two in his zoo-doo-you-dooº, |4a4| tofftoffº for thee and, missymissy for me and |4how-came-you-so how-cameyou-e'ensoº4| for Farber, in his tippy, |7up and down upindown7| dippy, tiptoptippy canoodle, can you? |10Finny!º10|

|5(++)5| |10Ack, ack, ack.10| Withº which |4clap, trap and soddenment,4| |10three to a loaf,10| our mutual friends the fender and the bottle at the gate seem to be implicitly
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in the same |7boots bateauº7|, so to |~8put it singen~|8|, bearing |4also4|
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several of the earmarks of design, for there is in fact no use in putting a tooth in a |s+8thing sniperys+|8| of that sort and the amount of all |5that sort of thing those sort of things5| which has been going on |5|+onceaday in and twiceaday outº+|5| |8|s+every other nachtistags+|8| among all kinds of |4promiscuousº4| individuals |7at all ages7| |5|s+8every others+|8| |+day |7second |s+8nightindays+|8|7|+| in private homes |7and freeboos reeboos publikiss and alloverallº7| and elsewhere throughout |7secular sequence7| the country |7over7| |+and |7abroad overabroad7|+|5| has been particularly stupendous. |5To be continued.5| |7Federals' Uniteds' Transports' Unions' of for Exultationsº of Triumphants' Ecstasies.7|

But |5to resume resuming5|. inquiries. Willº it ever be next morning the |5postman's postal unionist's5| (officially called carrier's, Letters Scotch, Limited) strange fate |5(unread |s+8Fierceendgiddyrich Fierceendgiddyrexºs+|8| he's hight, d.e., the losel that hucks around missivemaids' gummibacks)5| to hand in |s+8an a huge chains+|8| envelope, written in |9seven9| divers stages of drink ink |9fromº blanchessance to lavandaiette, every pothook and pancrook bespaking the wisherwife9|, ad superscribed to |4Hide Hyde4| and Cheek, Edenberry, |4Dubblenn Dubbllennº4|, WC,º and subpencilled by yours A Laughable Party,º with afterwite|9, S.A.G.º9|? Will whatever will be written |5|+in lappish languageº with inbursts of maggyerº+|5| always seem semposed, black looking white and white guarding black, in that siamixed twoatalk used twixtº stern swift and jolly roger? |9|shWill it bright upon us, nightle, and we plunging to our plight? Well, it might now, mircle, so it|9| Always and ever till Cox's wife|7, twice Mrs Hahn,7| pokes her |7nose beak7| into the matter with Owen K. after her, to see whawa smutter after,º will this kiribis pouch filled with litterish fragments lurk dormant in the paunch of that halpbrother of a herm, a pillarbox?

|errerr| Theº coffin, a triumph of the illusionist's art, at first blench naturally taken for a handharp (it is hardwarpº to tristinguish jubabe from tub jawbule jabule or either from tubote when all three have just been invened),º had been removedº from the hardware premises of Oetzmann and Nephew, a noted house of the gonemost westº which in the natural course of eve |4all4| things continues to supply funeral requisites of every needed description. Why needed, though? Indeed neededº |10(wouldn't you feel like rattanfowl if you hadn't the oscar?)º10| because the girls |4flash4| |7girls or girl brides or bride7| |5in their lily boleros5| one |4meets games4| with at the |7Nivynubies'7| finery ball
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and |4the your4| upright grooms that always come right up with one you |5, (and by jingo when they do!)5|,º what else in this mortal world|4|a, now oursa|,º when mid their nackt, meet there night, mid their nackt, me there naket, maid made their nought,º the hour strikes,º4| would bring them |4back rightcamebackº in the flesh, thumbs down,4| to their |s5horses and their ashes orses and their hashess5|.

|7To proceed.7| |10We might leave that nitrience of oxagiants to take its free of the air and just analectralyse that very chymiricalº combination, the gasbag where the warder worksº. And try to pour somour heiteroscene up the almostfereº.10| In the bottled heliose case continuing, Long Lally Tobkids,
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the special, sporting a fine breast of medals, and a conscientious scripturereader to boot |5in the |alittle brick and tina| choorch round the corner5|,º swore like a Norewheezian |9tailliur9| on theº stand before the proper functionary that he was up against a right querrshnorrtº of a mand in the butcher of the |5blouse blues5| who, he guntinued, on last epening after delivering some carcasses|8, muttancheppsº8| and meatjutes on behalf of Messrs Otto Sands and Eastman, Limericked, victuallersº, went and, with his unmitigated astonissment, |5kickicked hickicked5| at the dun and doorassº against all the runes and, when challenged about |5this the pretended hick (it was kickup and down with him)5| on his solemn by the imputant imputed, said simply: I appop pie oath, Phillyps |9Captain9|. You did, as I sostressed before. You are deepknee in error, sir, |5Mrs Madamº5| Tomkimsº, let me then tell you, replied with a |5gentlewomanly5| salaam |5(+toward the+) messenger (+pessenger of sprig+)5| |5MacPartland MackPartland5| (theº meatmam'sº family|5, and the oldest in the world except nick,5| name).º |5And Phelps was flayful with his peeler. But his phizz fell.5|

Now to the obverse. From velveteens to dimities is barely a fivefinger span and hence |4this these4| camelback outrage excesses are thought to have been instigated by one or either of the causing causes of all, those rushy hollow |8heroines |s+houroines heroiness+|8| in their skirtsleeves, be she the magretta margrettaº be she the posque. Oh! Oh! Because it is a horrible thing to have to say to say to day but one dilalah, Lupita Lorette, shortly after in a fit of the unexpectednesses drank carbolic with all her dear |4placid4| life before her and paled off while the other soiled dove that's her sister-in-love, Luperca Latouche,º finding
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one day while dodging chores that she stripped |9well teasily9| |7for binocular man7| and that her |8galbs were glad jambs were |s+jimbjoyed jimpjoyeds+|8| to see each other,º the nautchy |8girl girly8| soon found her fruitful hat too small for her and rapidly taking time, she took look,º she rapidly took to necking,º partying and selling her spare favours in the haymow or in lumber closets or in the greenawn |s5ad huc ad hucks5| |8(there are certain intimacies |ain all ladies' |~lavostories lavastories~|a| we just |~leave to imaginate lease to imagination~|)8| or in the sweet churchyard close itself for a bit of soft coal or an array of thin trunks, serving whom in fine that same co hot coney ຠla zingaraº which our own little Graunya of the chilired cheeks dished up to the |~8greatfather greatsire~|8| of Oscar, that son of a Coole. Houri of the coast of emerald, arrah of the lacessive poghue, |8Aslim-all-Muslim, the resigned to her surrender,8| did not she, come leinster's eveº, true dotter of a dearmuid dearmud |9(her pitch was Forty Steps and his perch old Cromwell's Quarters)9|,º with so valkirry a licence as sent many a poor pucker packing to perdition, again and again, ay, and again sfidare him, tease fido, eh tease fido, eh eh tease fido, toos topples topple, stop, yeº |8dog dug of a dog of a |~giaour dgiaour~|,8| ye! |5|aAnglosmei! |bAngealosmei! Angealousmei!b|a|5| And did not he, like Arcoforty, farfar off Bisavoloº, missbrand her behaveyous with iridescent huecry of down right
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mean false sop lap sick dope? |5Tawfulsdreck! |aA reine of the shee, a shebeen quean, a queen of pranks. Aº kingly man, of royal mien, regally robed|8, exalted be his glory8|!º x!ºa|5| So gave,º so take.º Now not, not now.º He would just a min. Suffering trumpet! He thought he want. Whath? Hear, O hear, living of the land! Hungreb, dead era, hark! He hea, eyes ravenous on her lippling lills. He hear her voi of day gon by. He hears! Zay, zay, zay! But|8, by the beer of his profit, |~he~|8| cannot answer. |10Upterputty till rise and shine!10| Nor needs none shaft |7ne stele7| from Phenicia or Little Asia to |4obelize obelise4| on the spout|s5, neither pobalclock neither folkstoneº,s5| nor sunkenness in Tomar's Wood to bewray how erpressgangs score off the rued. |5The mouth that tells not will ever attract the unthinking tongue and so long as the obseen draws theirs which hear not so long |8and so longer |~and no longer till allearth's dumbnation~|8| shall the blind lead the deaf.º5| |10Tatcho, tawney yeeklings! The column of lumps leadsº the pattrin of the leaves behind us.10| If violence to life, limb and chattels, often as
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not, has been the expression, direct, or through an agent male,º of womanhid offended (ah! ah!)º has not levy of blackmailº from the times the fairies were in itº |s5and fain for (++8daisyroots wilde erthe blothoms++)8|s5| followed an impressive private reputation for whispered sins?

Now|5, by memory inspired,º5| turn wheel again to the whole of the wall. |9Where |agyant Gyanta| Blyant fronts Peannlueamoore.º9| There was once upon a wall and a hooghoog wall a was and such aº wallhole did exist. |10Ere ore or ire in Aaarlund. Or you Dair's Hair or you Diggin |aMissas Mossesa| or your horde of orts and oriorts to garble a garthen of Odin and the lost paladays when all the eddams ended with aves. Armen.º The doun is theirs and still to see for menags if he strikes a lousaforitch and we'll come to those baregazed shoeshines if you just shoodov a second. And let oggs be good old gogglesº and unread plays Isther Estarr play Yesther Asterr. In the drema of Sorestost Areas, Diseased.10| A stonehinged gate thereº was for another thing while the suroptimist had bought and enlarged that shack under fair rental of one yearlyng sheep |5(prime)5|,º value of sixpence, and one small yearlyng goat |5(cadet)5|,º value of eightpence, to grow old and happy inº |5(hogg it and kidº him)5| for the |5remainder reminants5| of his years;º and when everything was got up for the purpose he put |8a gate an applegate8| on the place by no means as some pretendº a bedstead in loo thereof to keep out donkeys (the pigdirt hanging from the jags to this hour makes that clear) and just thenabouts the iron gape, by old custom left open to prevent the cat fromº getting at the |7goat gout7|, was triplepatlockt on him on purpose by his faithful poorters to keep him inside probably and possibly |8in case enaunter8| he felt like sticking out his chest too far and tempting gracious providence by a stroll on the |8nation's |~people's peoplade's~|8| eggday, unused as he was asº yet to being freely clodded.
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|88| O, by the by,º |10lets wee brag of praties,10| it ought to be always remembered in connection with what has gone before that there was a northroomer|8, Herr Betreffender,º |+out for his zimmer |9holidays holedigs9|,+|8| |5stopping digging5| in number 32 at the Rum and Puncheon |8(branchº of Dirty Dick's free house)8| |5in Laxlip (where the |7salmon |aSalmons Sockeye Sammonsa|7| wereº stopping at the time |8orange fasting8|)5| ear prior to that, and he missed a soft felt and, take this in, six quid fifteen in conscience money and found his melton distubed, a |+8commercial Kommerzial+|8| |8|+(|9Gorbotibacco Gorbotipacco9|, he was wreaking like Zentral March |aMarktets Oylr Oylrubbera|)+|8|
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from |5Osterich,5| the U.S.E.,º paying |8|+(Gaul save the mark!)+|8| 11/- in the weekº (Gosh, these wholly romads!)º and he missed a soft felt and, take this in, six quid fifteenº of conscience money in the first dealº of Yulyº |8|~|+while wheil+| he was|+, swishing |abees' nest beesnesta| with blessure |9andº swobbing broguen eeriesh myth brocken dootschº9|,+| making his reporterage on Der Fall Adams for the |+Frankofurto Frankofurto Sidingº, a Fastland payrodicule,+|~|8| and|7, er,º7| constatedº that one had |5his on him the5| |8|x|~Brian O'Linn's Lynn O'Brien,~|x|8| |~8melton a meltoned lammswolle,~|8| disturbed |5andº wider he might |7|8that shouldº the same8| zurichschicken other he would|9, with tosend and obertosend tonnowatters,9|7| one monkey's damages become5|. Now you must know|10, franksman, to makeº a heart of glass,10| that the |~8gate game of gaze~|8| and bandstand butcheryº was merely a |10Patsy O'Strap10| tissue of threats and |10abuse obuses such as roebucks raugh at pinnacle's peak10| and after this sort.

|88| Humphrey'sº unsolicited |8ad hockº8| visitor|8, Davy or |9no Titus9|,8| |10on a burgley's clan march10| from the middle west, |10a k hikely excellent crude man about roadsº |awho knew his Bullfoost Mountains like a starling bierd, after doing a long dance untidled to Cloudy Greena|,10| |8deposend his bockstump on the |~waityoumaywantit waityoumaywantme,~|8| after having blew some quaker's (for you|9, Oatesº9|!) in through the |5houseking'sº5| keyhole to attract attentionº bleated through the gale outside which |10he the tairor of his clothes10| was |+8howling hogcallering+|8|, first, |5be the hirsuiter,5| that he would break his |8|~bulsheywigg's bulsheywigger's~|8| head for him, next, |5be the heeltapper,5| that he would break the gage over his lankyduckling head the same way he would crack a nut with a monkeywrench and, last of all, |5be the stirabouter,5| that heº would give him his (or the umperom'sº |8|+or anybloody else's+|8|) |+8blood thickerthanwater+|8| to drink |8andº his bleday |abrodhars |~steppebrodhars steppebrodhar's~|a| |~until into~| the bucket8|. |8After these atillerralaries8| He demanded more wood alcohol to pitch in with, alleging that his grandfather's wasº all taxis and that it was only after ten o'connell |8and thatº his isbar was a public oven for the sake of irsh irskhuskyº8|, and then, not easily discouraged, opened the |s8floodgates wrathfloodss8| of his |8wrath |~atillerralaries atillarery~|8| and went on at a wicked rate, weathering against him |8in mooxed metaphoresº8| from eleven thirty to two in the afternoon without even a luncheonette interval |5for House, son of |8Clay Clod8|, to come out|8, you jewbeggar,8| to be Executed5|.º |8Amen.8|

|88| Earwickerº, |8|x|+andthat+| patternmind|+, that paradigmatic ear, retent receptoretentive as his ofº Dionysius,+|x|8| longsuffering,º
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|8although whitening8| under restraint in the sititout corner of his conservatoryº behind faminebuilt b walls, his thermos
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and ripidionº flabel by his side, and a walrus whiskerbristle for a tuskpick, compiled|9, while he mourned the flight of his wild guineese,9| a long list (now feared in part lost) to be kept on file of all theº abusive names he was called (we have been compelled |10for the rejoicement of foinne loidies andº the humours of Milltown10| etcetera by |4Joseph Josephine4| Brewster in the collision known as Contrastations with Inkermann and so on and so onwardº, |4celestials lacies in loo water4|, flee, unread celestials, one clean turv): Firstnighter,º Informer, Old Fruit, Yellow Whigger, Wheatears, Goldy |7Goat, Geit,7| Bogside Beauty, |7Yass We've Had His Badannas,7| York's Porker, Funnyface, |9At Baggotty's Bend He Bumped His Bride,º9| Grease with the Butter, |7Opendoor Ospices,7| Cainandabler, Ireland's Eighth Wonderful Wonder, |s5Beat My Price,s5| Codsoilman,º Moonface the Murderer, Hoary Hairy Hoax, Midnight Sunburst, |8|+Remove that Bible, Hebdromadary Publocation,+| |xTummer the Lame the Tyrannous, Blau Clay, Tight before Teatime, Read Your |10Bible, |aGunneses, Pantojoke,a|10| |~Acrostic Ditermines Acoustic Disturbance~|,x|8| |5Thinks |v8he's Godblast |~he's Gobblast He's Gobblasst~|v8| the |aGooda| Dook of Ourguile, W.D.'sº Grace,º5| |8|xGibbering Bayamouth of Dublin, |~Son of a Mundzucker, Greatson of a Turde, She Had Him in a Growler His Farther was a Mundzucker and She Had Himº in a Growler~|, Burnham and Bailey, Artist, Unworthy of the Homely Protestant Religion, Terry Cotter,x| |10You're Welcome to Waterfood, Signedº the Ribbonmen, Lobsterpot |aLordling Lardlinga|, All for Arthur of this Town, Hooshed the Cat from the Bacon, Leatherbagsº Donald, The Ace and Deuce of Paupering, O'Reilly'sº Delights to Kiss the Man behind the |errBarrel Borrelºerr|,10| |xMagogagog,x| |x|~Goliarman, La la Lach,~|x| |x|~Old Botheration, Lights the Far Finger with His blank while he Smokes at Both Ends~|x|8| Swad Puddlefoot, Gouty Ghibellinoº, Loose Luther, |5Hatches Cocks' Eggs,5| Muddle the Plan, Luck before Wedlock, I Divorce Thee Husband, |s5Tanner and a Make,s5| |9Go to |aHelena Hellenaa| or Come to Connies, Piobald Puffpuff,º |xPurged out of Burke's, He's None of Me Causin,x|9| Barebarean, Peculiar Person, Grunt Owl's Facktotem, Twelve Months'º Aristocrat, Lycanthrope, |9Flunkey Beadle Vamps the |10Town Tune10| Letting on He's Loney, |aThunder and Turf Married into Clandorf,a|9| |5|aOne Lefta| Boot Sent in on Approval,5| |8Cumberer Cucumbererº8| of |5God's Lord's5| Holy Ground,º |9Stodge Arschmann, Awnt Yuke, Tommy Furlong's Pet Plagues, Archdukon Cabbanger, Last Past the Post, |aKennealey Won't Tell Thee Offº Nancy's Gown,a|9|
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Scuttle to Cover, |10Salary Grab, Andy MacNoonº in Annie's Room, Awl Out,º10| |7Twitchbratschballs,7| |5Bombard Streetº Bester, |saSublime Porter,sa|5| |9A Ban for |athe Lea| King of the |aBargains |s10Bargaans Burgaanss10|a| and a Bom for |athe Yea| Sur of all the Ruttledges, O'Phelim's Cutprice,9| |7And at Number Wan Wan Wan,7| |10What He Done to Castlecostello, Sleeps with Feathers andº Ropes, It is Known Whoº Sold Horace the Rattler, Enclosed Findº the Sons of Fingal, Swayed in his Falling, Wants a Wife and Forty of Them, Let Him Do the Fair, Apeegeequanee Chimmuck, Plowp Go Goes his |aWhistle Whastlea|,10| Ruin of the Small Trader, He — —,º |5Milkinghoneybeard Milkinghoneybeaverbrooker5|, |7Vee was a Vindner, Sower Rapes,7| Armenian Atrocity, Sickfish Bellyup, |5Edomite,5| — —,º Manº Devoyd of the Commoner Characteristics of an Irish Nature, Bad Humborg, —,º Hraabhraab, Coocoohandler, Dirt, |8Micher from your Home Miching Daddyº8|, |9Born Burst Feet Foremost,9| Woolworth's Worst, |9Easyatticº Phallusaphist,9| |9Guineapig's Guilteypig's9| Bastard, |9Fast in the Barrel,9| Boose in
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, Mister Fatmateº|9, In Custody of the Polis,9| |12Bunread Boawwll's Alocutionist, Deposedº12|:º but|8|x,º anarchistically |~respectsfull respectsful~| of the |~libbity liberties~| of the noninvasive individual,x|8| did not respond a solitary wel wedgeword beyond such sedentarity|5|8|x|~(the terrorist's allusion to the passive resister's oil baptism from a sprayer should escape no-one)~|x|8|,º5| though it was as easy as kissanywhere for the passive resistant in the booth he was in to |8reach gre |~gripe reach~|8| for the hello |8grip gripes8| and ring up Kimmage Outer 17.67º because, as the fundamentalist |8|~and patternmind~|8| explained |8whenº at last shocked into speech8|, touchin his woundid feelins in the fuchsiar,º the dominican mission |8for the |s+sousealist sowsealists+| potty8| was on at the time and he thought the rowmish devowtion known as the howly rowsary might reeform |5him ihm5|, |s+8Gunn Gonns+|8|.

|88| Thatº more than considerably unpleasant bullocky seeing, through his semisubconscious, the seriousness of what he might have done had he really before he rang off|8, by way of final mocks for his grapes,º8| drunkishly pegged a few |8polished glatt8| stones|5,5| all of a size|5,5| at the wicket in support of his words |8that he was not guilphy8| but|9, after he had so slungavollayedº,9| |5seeing reconnoitring5| through his semisubconscious the seriousness of what he might have done had he really |8carried out polished off8| his terrible intentions finally caused him to change the |4bowling bawling4| and leave downg the whole grumus of brookpebbles pangpung and, having sobered up a bit, |9paces his groundould diablen lionndub, the flay the flegm, the floedy fleshener (purse, purse, pursyfurse, I'll |asplosh splisha| the splume of them all!),º9| this |8blackº8| backblocks boor |9bruskly put out
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his langwedge and quite9| |8left quit8| the |4paleolithic paleologic4| scene|8, telling how |10by his selfdenying ordnance10| he |anow hada| left Hyland on the dissenting table,8| afterº exhorting Earwicker or, in slightly modified phraseology, |9Mr Messrs or Missrs9| Earwicker, |5Seir,5| his |9feminisible9| name of multitude, to cocoa come outside to Mockerloo out of that for the honour of Crumlinº with his broody old flishguds, |s5Cog's Gog'ss5| curse to |4him thim4|,º so as he could brianslog and burst him all |~8up dizzy~|8|, you go bail,º |5like Potts Fracture did with Keddle Flatnose |aand nobodyatall with Wholyphamousa|5| and build rocks over him or,º if he didn't, for two and thirty straws, be Cacao Campbell,º he didn't know what he wouldn't g do for him nor nobody else nomore nor him,º after which, |9batell martell, a brisha a milla a stroka a boola, so the rage of Malbruk,9| playing on the least change of his manjester's voiceº |5the first heroic couplet from5| the |4pantomime topical fuguall tropical4||5, Opus Elf, Thortytoe,º5|

My schemesº into obeyance for
Thisº time has had to fall,º

|8he they8| bit |~8goodbye goodbyte~|8| to |8his their8| thumb and|9, his bandol eer his solgier, dripdropdrap on pool or poldier, wishing the toffº a falladelfian in the morning,9| proceeded with a Hubbleforth slouch in |8his theirº8| slipsº backwords (Et Cur Heli!) in the directions of the deaf duff and demb institutions about ten or eleven hundred years lurch away in the |8moonshiny cloudletlittenº8| gorge of Patself on the Bach. |9Adyoe!9|
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|77| |10And thus, with this rochelly exetur of Bully Acre, came to close that last stage in the siegings round our archicitadel which we would like to recall|a, if old Nestor Alexis would wink the worth for us,a| as Bar-le-Duc and Dog-an-Doras and Bangen-op-Zoom.10|

|9Yet he made Yed he med9| leave to many a door beside of |5Finglas weald |~8Finglas wold Oxmanswold~|8|5| for |s5his cairns |7his chambered cairns so witness his chambered cairnsº silent that7|s5| are at browse up hill and down coombe and on eolithostroton, at Howth or at Coolock or even at Enniskerry|8: aº theory none too rectiline ofº the evoluation of human society as theº testament of the rocks from all the dead unto |~all some the~| living8|. Oliver'sº lambs we do call them|8, skatterlings of a stone,8| and they |5shall skallº5| be gathered unto him, |8|~as nubelettes to cumule,~|8| their herd |4and paladin,4| |8|~as nubilettes to cumule,~|8| in that in that day |8of Greenman Rise Oº |9(|shlost leaders live! the heroes return!sh|)º9|8| |5when hwen|9, same the lightning lancer of Azava Arthurhonoured
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(some Finn, some Finn avant!),º9|5| he |5shall skall5| wake from earthsleepº |4in his valle of briers|8, haught crested elmer,º8|4| and o'er dun and dale |4|a(lord protect us!) theº wulverulverlordº (protectº us!)a|4| his mighty horn |5shall skall5| roll, orland, roll.

|8For in those deyes his Deyus shall ask of Allprohome and call |~him to himm~|: |~~| Allprohome! Allprohome!º And he make answer: |~~| Add some!º Nor wink nor wankº. |~Animadiabolum, creditisne me mortuum! Animadiabolum, mene credidisti mortuum?º~|8| |10Silence was in thy faustive halls, O Truiga, when thy green woods went dry but there will be sounds of manymirth of th on the night's ear ringing when our pantriarch of Comestowntonobble gets the pullover on his boots.10|

Liverpoor? Sot a bit of it! His braynes coolt parritch, his pelt nassy, his heart's adrone, his bluidstreams acrawl, his puff but a piff, his extremitiesº extremely |4so, so:º4| |s8Fengless, Pawmbroke, |~Chilblaimemds Chilblaimend~| and Baldowl.s8| Humph is in his doge. |4words Words4| weigh noº more to him than raindrips to |7Rathfernhim Rethfernhim7|. Which we all like. Rain. When we sleep. Drops. But wait until our sleeping. Drain. Sdops.