1st typescript, 1934, II.2§2 draft level 1

MS British Library 47478 127-128 Draft details

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|1Honourº |acommerciunread commercio'sºa| energy yet aid the luckless |apoor. proud this one ernst of Allfools |bon aleºb| hailadayº of roaring month.a|1|.

In theses placies sojournamous, |1where Eblinn river (+Water water+), leased of carr and fen, |aleaving (+blank amont+) her shoals and salmonsprings,a| windeth to herº broads1|. |1A phantom city of philim pholk, |abawd bowda| andº soled for a four of hundreds of manhood in their fylkers two and threetimestwo three and threescore fylkers for a price partitional ofº twenty sixº and six.1| By this
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riverside, on this sunnybank, how buona the vista, by Santa |1Rosa. Rosa!1| Afield of May, the very vale of spring. Orchards here are lodged: sainted laurels evremberried: you have |1a hoig1| view |1ashgroves, ashwald,1| aglen of marrons and of thorns: Gleannaulinn, Ardeevin, purty glint and plaising |1hoyt height1|. This Norman court at boundary of the ville, yon ivied tower of a church of Ereland with our king's house
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of stone, belgroved of mulbrey, all is for the retrospectioner. |1Sweet Sweet some1| as auburn cometh up as a |1selfreizing1| flower that fragolance of the fraisey beds: the phoenix, his pyre, is still flaming away with true Pratt spirit: the (+1wren, wren+)1| his (+1nest, nest+)1| is |1niedelig niedelig,1| as the turrises of the Sabines are televisible. There is the cottage and the bungalow for the cobbeler and the (+1brandnewburgher brandnewburgher,+)1| but Isolde, her gardens |1with (+ivy hedge ivy hedges+) and (+holly wood & bower hollywood and bowers+) of mistletoe1|, are for the fairhaired daughter of Aengus. All out of two barreny old perishers |1and one inn wone tabardº1|, |1one wine1| tap and |1one warm1| tavern and only two million two hundred and eighty thousand nine hundred and sixty |1radiolumin1| lines to the wuestworts of a |1general generous1| poet's office. |1Distorted mirrageº, aloofliest of the plain, wherein the
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boxomnessº of the bedelias makes hubbyhodge happy in his hole. |aRiverpool Rivapoola|? Hod a |abridge briecka| on it. But its piers eerie, itsº span spooky, its toll but a till, its parapets all peripatetic,º
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D'Oblong's by his by. Which we all pass. Ponsº. In our snoo. Znore. Whileº we hitherward the thitherº. Schein. Shoreº.