Textual development Manuscript to Errata II.2§7

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

|2RM172| |4We have wounded our way on foe hisº prince till that force in the gill is faint afarred
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and the face in the treebark feigns afear. This is rainstones ringing. Strangely cult for this ceasing of the yore. But Erigureen is ever. Pot price pon patrilinear plop?, if the osseletion of the omkringº gives omen nome? Since alls war that end war let sports be leisure and bring and buy fair. Ah ah athclete, blest your bally bathfeet! Towntoquest, fortorest, the hour that hies is hurley.4| |2A halt for hearsake.f1012|
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A scene at sight. |4Or dreamoneire.4|
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|2which Which2| they shall memorise. By her freewritten.º |2blank Hopely2| for ear that annalykeses if scares for eye that sumns. |shIs it in the now |2woodspeech woodwordings2| |2LM712| of our sweet plantation where the branchings thereº will |2sing singingsing2| tomorrows gone and yesters |2coming ontocomeº2|sh| as |shSataday'sº aftermoon lex leap smiles on ourº twelvemonthsminding?º sh| |a|shSuch is. Dear (name of desired subject, A.N.), well, and I go on| Shlicksher. I and we (tender condolences for happy funeral, one if) so sorry to (mention person suppressed for the moment, F.M.) to whereabouts. |3LM723| Well (enquiriesº after allhealths) how are you (question maggy).º A lovely (introduce to domestic circleº) pershan of cates. Shrubsher.a| |shThose pothooks mostly she hawks from |3LM733| Poppaº Vere Foster but these curly mequeues are of Mippa's| |a|2Shrubsheruthr.2| (Wave gently in the ere turning ptover.)º Well, mabby (consolation of hopesº) to soon |2hear air2|. With best from Christinette (cinders|2,º2| if prints chumming|2,2| can be when desires Soldi, for asamples, backfronted or, if all, |2Heliotrope |apetherolio peethrolioa|2| or Get my Prize, using her flower or perfume or, |2LM742| if veryveryvery chumming, in |2other wilds otherwards|5,5|2| who she supposed adeal, kissitsº my exits).º |2Shlicksheruthr. From auburnº chenlemagne.2|a| |shPious and pure fair one, all has concomitated to this that she shall t
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read them, |2lifetree's leaves,º2| whose silence hitherto has shone as sphere of silver,º |2|afasta| albernstoneº,2| |2the that2| fount Bandusian shall play liquick music and after odoursº sigh of musk|2.2|sh| Blotsbloshblothe, onceº dear that was. Sleep in the water, drug at the fire, shake the dustº off and |2dream to your2| Oneº who would give her sidecurls to. |sh|2till Till2| latterº
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Lammas is led in by baith our washwives, |2LM752| a weird of wondersº tenebrous as that evil thorngarthº, a field of faery blithe as this blowingº|

|2RM182| |2LM762| Aujourd'hui,º comme auxº joursº de Pline et de Columelle,º la jacintheº se plaîtº dans les Gaules, la pervenche en Illyrie, la marguerite sur les ruines de Numance;º |s2f102s2| et pendant qu'autourº d'ellesº les villes ont changéº de maîtresº et de nom,º que plusieurs sont rentréesº dans le néant, que les civilisations |2LM772| se sont choquées et brisées, leurs paisibles générationsº ont traversé les âgesº et se sont succédé l'une à l'autreº jusqu'à nous, fraîchesº et riantes comme aux joursº des batailles.º|s2f103s2|

|2RM19 |shMargaritomancy!sh| Hyacinthinous pervinciveness!º |aFlowers. A cloud.a| But Brutus Bruto and Cassio are ware |anot only of trifid tongues,º f104a| the whispered wilfulnessº |3LM783| ('tis demonal!) and shadows shadows multiplicating (il folsoletto nel falsoletto col fazzolotto dal fuzzolezzo).f105 Totientsº quotients|5,5| they tackle their quarrel. |aSickamoor is Sickamoor's soa| woful sally. |~Ancient that Ancient's~| aerger. |aAnd |~each way eachway~| bothwise glory |~lies signs~|.a| What if she love Sieger less though she |~left leave~| Ruhm moan?º |4That's how our oxyggent has gotten ahold of half their world, movingº about in the free of the air and mixing with the ruck.4| Enten eller, either or.

RM20 |shAnd|err.!ºerr|sh|

RM21 |shNay, rather|err.!ºerr|sh|
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RM22 |shWith sobs for his job, with tears for his toil, with horror for his squalor (3LM79º3) but with pep for his perdition,(3f1063) lo, the boor plieth as the laird hireth him.º sh|2|