1st draft, November 1936, II.2§2 draft level 0

MS British Library 47479 184-185 Draft details

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Such was the act of goth stopping the tolk of Doolin, testies Touchwood and Shenstone |a(incooperated)a|, the chal and his chi, their roammerin over. |a|bKaemper Daemper to Jitty de Waarfft,b| he him that grand old man to be that haard of hearing and her the petty tondur with the fix in her changeable eye. Me lord, me lad, he goes with blowbierd.a| There was a little incident |athat hoppy go lumpy Junuary morn,a| at Inverliffy |sa(matingpoint of the engagement)sa| |asynnbildising |bgreaters gratersb| and things O nilly not all, here's |bmy theb| first cataraction! As if even she cared an assuan damn!a| about her harpoons sticking all out of him between |avibrationist and rough & readyist. the phenian & his psourdonome,a| Sdrats ye, Gus Paudheen! Kenny's thaw to ye, Dinny Oozle. While the cit was leaking asphalt like a suburbiaurealis. In his rure was tucking to him like old booths, |abooths,a| booths, booths.

|aThe aged, crafty, nummifeed, confusionary, overinsured, everlapsing, accentuated Kate clopped, clopped, clopped |sbback andsb| along the |blane danzing |sccorridor corridoor not without her complement of mensc|b| between the the two deathdealing allied divisions and the lines of readypresent fire of the corkedagains' upstored, taken in giving the |bsalute salootb|. |b|cBend Bandc| your |cheads handsc| going in, bind your y heads coming out.b| And remarked.a|

|aIt Thisa| is time for my bottle, reflected Mr “Gladstone Browne” in the |atall hat toll huta|. |a(It was characteristic of the “man of delgany”)a| Dip.

|aAnd this Thisa| is me vulcanite smoking, profused Mr “Bonaparte Nolan” under the natecup |a(one feels how one may hereby reekignites the “grand old mahonagy”)a|. Dip.

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