Textual development Manuscript to Errata II.3§1

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

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|3Itº may notº or maybe |aaa| no concern of the Guinnesses but.3|

That the fright of his light in |sh|atribalbutience tribalbalbutienceºa|sh| bidesº aback in the doom of the balk of the deaf but that the height of his life from a bride's eye stammpunct is when a man that means a mountain |ain |shbarringsh|a| his distance |aweds wadesa| a lymph that plat plays the lazy |awhen |shwinningsh|a| sheº likes yet that pride that bogs the party begs the glory of a wake while the scheme is like your rumba round me garden, allatheses, with |aperhaps perhelpsa| the prop of a prompt to them, was now or never|1, inº Etheria Desertaº as in Grander Suburbia,1| with Finnfannfawners|6, ruric or cospolite,6| for much or moment indispute.

|3|xWhyfor had they|6, it is Hiberio-Miletians and Argloe-Noremen,6| donated him, |6birth of an otion that was breeder to sweatoslaves,6| as mysterbolder, forced in their waste, |6and as for Ibdullin what of Himana,6| that their tolvtubular high fidelity (ablank daildiallera), equipped wit as modern as tomorrow afternoon and in appearance up to the minuteº (hearing that anybody |6in Selverbergh that |aruada| duchy of Wollinstown,6| schemed to have halve the wrong type of date),º equipped with supershielded |+umbrella+| antennas for |7distance getting |errdistance, getting distancegettingº8|7| and connected by |sablank |btheb| magneticsa| links with of a Bellini-Tosti coupling system with a vitaltone speaker, capable of capturing |7skybuddies skybuddies,7| harbour craft emittences, key clickings, vaticum cleaners, due to woman formed mobile or man made static,º and bawling the whowle hamshack |aand wobblea| down in an eliminium |asoundspan soundspoundºa| so as to serve him up a melogoturnyº marygorauundº, eclectrically filtered for allirish earths and
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ohmes. This harmonic condenser enginium (known as (|7The the7| Mole) they caused to be worked from a magazine battery (called the Mimmim Bimbim),º patent number 1132, Thorpetersen and Synds, |6Bergen Jomsborgº, Selverbergen6|) which was tuned up by twintriodic singalvalvulousº |+pipelines, lackslipping pipelines (lackslipping+| along |shas if their liffing |adeepended deepundeda| on itsh|) with a howdrocephalous enlargement, a gain control of circumcentric megacycles, ranging from the antidulibnium onto the |aserostaatic serostaatareana|. They finally caused|err,ºerr| |5orº most leastways brung it about |errsomehows that somehows, (that)º8|5| the the pip of the lin |errto (to)ºerr| pinnatrate
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inthro an auricular forfickle (known as the Vakingfar) |saSleepersa|,º meatous conch monofractured by Piaras Ua Rauh R Rhuamhaighaudhlugº, |atympan founder,a| Eustache Straight, Bauliaughacleeagh),º a meatous conch culpable of cunduncing Naul and Santry and the forty routs of Corthy with |sathesa| concertiums of the |aBrythic Brythyca| Symmonds Guild, the Ropemakers Reunion, |6the Variagated Peddlars Barringoy Bnibrthirhd, the Askold Olegsonder Crowds of the O'Keef-Rossesº |aand Rhoso Rhosso-Keeversa| of Eastwokingº,6| the Ligue of Yahooth o.s.v.,º so as to lyll the lall the |aby bygoneº dozeda| they arborised |aon |sbfrom around, upsb| his corpular fruent |sbto and downsb| his reactione reuctionary buckling,a| hammer|sahumer hummersa|, enville and |sastorrup |7storrap cstorrap7|sa| |5(the man of Iren, thore's Curlymane for you!)5|, lill the |salubberend lubberendthsa| of his otological life.x|3|

House of call is all their evenbreads |athough its cartomanseº hallucinate like |shan erection in the nightsh| the mummery of whose deed|6, a lur of Nur,6| immerges a mirage in a merror,a| for it is where |6by muzzinmessed6| |s2for one watthour|6, bilaws below,6| till time jings |7pleas pleas,7|s2| that host of a bottlefilled, |2the bulkily hulkwight,2| |shhunter's pink of face,sh| |6an orel orioled,6| is in on a bout to be unbulging an o'connell's|6, the true one, all seethic, a luckybock, pledge of the stoup,6| whilom |shhis canterberry bellseyessh| wink wickeding indtil the teller|s2, oyneº of an oustman in skull of skands2|. |shYet is it, this ale of man, for him|6, our hubuljoynted,6| just a tug andº a fistful as for Culsen, |a|bthe |shPatagoreyan,sh|b| chieftain of chokanchuckers, and hisa| his moyetyº joyant, under the foamer dispensation when he pullupped the turfeycork by the greats of gobble out of |errLough Lougkºerr|| When, pressures be to our hoary frother, the pop gave his sullen |shbulletactionsh| and, bilge, |asleda| a movement of catharic emulsipotion
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down the sloppery slides slide of a slaunty to tilted lift-ye-landsmen. |6Allamin.6| Which in the ambit of its orbit heaved a sink her sailer alongside of a drink her drainer from the basses brothers, those two |1they got theres they-got-theresº1|. |a

a| It was long after once there was a |s1leeland lealands1| in the luffing |s3and ores3| it was less after |shlives thor a toyler in the tawn at allsh| |s3and ohrs3| it was note before he drew out the moddle of Kersse by |a|shjerkinsh|a| his dressing but |s3and ors3| it was not before |a|shathwartshipssh|a| he buttonhaled the Norweeger's capstan.

|s3So he sought with the |alobester lobestira| claw of his propencil the clue of the wickser in his ear. O, lord of the barrels, comer forth from Anow. (I have not mislaid the key of |7Efas-Taem). Efas-Taem),7| O, Ana, bright lady, comer forth from Thenanow. (I have not left temptation in the path of the sweeper of the |7threshold). threshold), O!7|s3|

But first, |a|sh|sbarmstrong strongbowthsb|sh|,a| |shthey would deal death to a drinkingsh|. |a|shLink of a leadder, dubble in it, slake your thirdst thoughts awake with it. Our svalves are svalves aroon!sh| |shWe rescue thee, O Baass, from the damp earth and honour thee,º O Connibell, with mouth burial!sh|a| |shSo was donesh||a., |bup draught and whet them,b| |shneat and trigsh|. |b|shUp draught and whet |7them. them!7|sh|b|a|
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|shThenº sagd he to the ship's husband |3inº his translatentic |anorjankeltic norjankeltiana|3|:º Hwere can a ketch or hook alive a suit and sowterkins? Soot! |asagd |bsazd saydb|a| the ship's husband|a, knowing the language,a| |aHereº is taylerena|. |3Ashe and Whitehead, |aclosechop,a| successor to.3| Ahorror, he |asagd |bsazd |3sayd sayd,º3|b|a| |a|shcanting aroundsh|a| |shto |ahis biddest that beddest hisa| friendsh|, the tayler, |3for finixed coulpure,3| |5chunk pulley muchy chink topside numpa one sellafella,º5| fake an capstan make and shoot! |a|b, maning Manningb| to sayle of clothsº for his |sbwife and lady hersb| master |5whose to be precised of a peer of trouders unread under the pattern of a cassack5|.a| |3Let me prove, I pray thee, but this once, |aszed sazda| Mengarments, saving the mouthbrand from his firepool.3| He spit in his faiste faist |a|b(bergen) (beggin)b|a|: he |ataped tapea| the raw baste |a|b(padden) (paddin)b|a|: he planked his pledge |a|b, (|shasb| dib |bunread is ab| |bdab, dabsh|)ºb|a|: and he tog his fringe sleeve |a(buthock,º ladº, fur whale)a|. |3Alloy for allay and this toolth for that soolth. Lick it and like it. A barter, a parter.3| |5And plenty good enough, neighbour Norreys, every bit and grain.5| And the ship's husband brokecurst after him |a|shto hail the
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luggersh|:a|. Stolp!, tief, stolp, come bag to Moy Eireann! And the Norweeger's capstan swaradeed|a, some blowfish out of schoolinga|.º All lykkehud! |5Below taiyor he ikan heavin sets.5| |a|b|shBut they broken waters and they made whole waters at they surfered bark to the lots of his|b| And aweigh he yankered |shon the |bNorgian Norgeanb| runsh| so that |shseven sailend sonnenrounders was he breastbare to thesh| |7brinabath brinabath,7| |b|shwhere bottoms out has fatthoms |7full full,7|sh|b| |bfrom blank till fram Franz José Land tilb| |shCabo Thormendososh||5, evenstarde and risingsoons risingsoon5|.a| |5Up the Rivor Janueiryº and down the Golfe |+Dessombres Desombresº+|.5| |3Farety days amd and fearty nights.3| |5Enjooyº yourself, O maremen!5| And the tides |acame made, |shveer and haul,ºa| and the times |awent marred, rear and fallsh|,ºa| and, holey bucket, dinned |ait hea| raign!sh|

|shHump! Hump! bassed the broaders-in-laughsh| |6with a quick piddysnip that wee |ahalved but halfbita| a second6|.

|33| |shI will do that, sazdº Kersse, mainingstaying the rigout |afor |shher wife's |blordship lairdshipb|sh|a|. |aNeat Netta| sew? they hunched back at the|

|shBut old sporty, as endth lord, |6in ryehouse reigner,6| he nought feared |a|shcrimpsh| or crampa| of shoreº sharks|6, plotsome to getsome6|. |shIt was whol niet |agodthaaba| |shof |aearl Howed and |beorl errolb| Loritz off his Cape of Good Howthe and hissh| trippertrice,º |6loretta lady, a maomette to his monetone,6| |b|shwith twy twi twy twinky her stone hairpins,sh| |shonly not, if not,sh|b|a| a queen of Prancess their tellingsh| tabled who was for his seeming |6a casket through the heavenly, nay,6| |shtheº heart of the sweetsh| |a|sh(had he hows would he keep her as niece as a fiddle!)sh|a| but |6in the mealtub6| it was wohl yeas |a|bsputsbargainb| what|b, |shrarer of recentsh|,b| |6an occasional conformity,6| |shhe|6, with Muggleton Muckers,º6| alwagers allalong |shmost certainlysh| allowedsh||6, as pilgrimager'sº grace to petitionists of right,6|a| of the three blend |acupstomerries |1cupstoomerries, cupstoomerries with their customed spirits|6, the Gill gob, the Burkeleyº bump, the Wallisey wanderlook,6|1|a|
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having their ceilidhe gailydhe in his shaunty irishsh|. |a|shGroup drinkards |bwith |cmaakse maaksc|b| grope thinkardssh| or how |1says reads1| rotary|6, jewr of a chrestend,6| |brespecting the otherdogs |cchurches churcheesc|b|.a| |shSoº long plubs plubs will be plabs plebssh| |a|bbutb| plabs |s2by low frequency amplifications2| |shmay later |btake agree with them to haveb| anothera|sh|. |6For the people of the shed are the sure ads of all quorum. |aLorimers and leathersellers, skinners and salters, pewterers and paperstainers, parishclerksº, fletcherbowyers,
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mercers, cordwainers and first, and not last, the weavers.a|6| |1|6The Our6| library |6he6| is hoping to |6the ye6| public.1|

|6Innholder, upholder.6|

|shSets on |asayfahrt sayfohrta|! |a|shGo to itsh||1, agitator1|!a| they bassabosunedsh| |1over the |aflower flowrea| of their hoose1|. |3Godeown moseys and and skeep |sayour beebel thy beeblesa| bee|err.!º8|3|

|shI will do that, |a|shacordialsh|,a| |3by mine hand,3| sazdº Kersse, |apiece Cod, |shand in the flap of a jacketsh|,ºa| ructified |3after his nap of a blankit,3| their o'cousin, as sober as the ship's husband he was |aonea| |shmy godfathersh| when he told me saw whileupon I am now well and jurily sagasfide after the boonamorse thatº |a|shthe widowersh|, |baccording to rider,b| |b|shfollowing pnomoneyash|,b|a| he is |1consistently1| blown to Adamssh|. |aSo help me |bbuy |1buoy boygº1|b| who keeps the |1buck. book|err.!º8|1|a|

|shWhereofterº |abehest |shhis suzerain law the Thingsh| anda| the pilsener |ahat hada| the baar, |s2Recknar Jarl |6(they called him Roguenor, |acall him Irl Irlº call hima|)6|,ºs2| still passing the change-a-pennies, |a|shpengeypigsessh|, |sha severalsh| sort |bof |shcoyne in liverysh|b|,a| pushed their whisper in his hairingsh| |6(seemed |aa da| someº shipshep's sottovoxed stalement|a, a dearagadye,a| to harveyº anyone doing duty for duff point of dockland composs)6|,º |shthe same to the good,º |ain as ind asta| velut discharge after which he had exemptied |a|shmore than orphansh|a| for the ballast of his nurtural lifesh|. |6And threw a cast.6| |shA few pigses |apengeypigses, a several sort, |shand hare you aresh| |shand no chickingsh|a|, |1tribune's tribute,1| if you guess mimic mieningsh|. |2Meanly|sa, inº his lewdbrogue,ºsa| |atakea| your tyouº coppels tokenº with this good sixtric |6from mine runbag of juwels6|. |6Nummusº that is summus that is toptip that is bottomlayº that is Twomeys that is Digges that is Heres. In the frameshape of hard mettles. For we all would fain make glories.6| It is minely well mint.2|

|shThus as count the costs of liquid courage|6, aº bullyon gauger, guager gauger,6| stowed stivers (1|3pingapung pengapung3|1) in bulk in holdsh| |6(fight,º great finnence! brayvoh, little bratton!)6| keen his kenning, |shthe queriest of the |abunch crewa|, with that fellow fearing for his own misshapes, |ashould he be |bhimpselfb| |1|3nanesakely namesakely3|1| a |bfoully fallenb| dissentant from the |shperipulatorsh|,a| sued |atowerdsa| |aMeade Meade-Reida| and |aBurton |bLynn-Lane Lynn-Duffb|,a| rubbing the |3hodden3| son ofsh| a |ablank pookal, |3leather leaden3| be light, |3lather beº dry and it be drownd on all the ealsth beside|err,º8|3| how the camel |bandb| where the
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deiffel |bunreadb| or when the finicking or why the funickinga| |aorºa| |shwho caused the scaffolding to be first removed you give orders|a, babeling,ºa| were their |a|breadey meadey reidey meadeb|a| answersh| when |aon the cuteya| (the corespondent) |ain conflict of evidencea| |shdrew a kick at witness
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but |amissed (missed)a|
sh| and for whom |ain the dyfflun's kiddya| |shremoved the planks they were wantedsh||a, booba|.


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— Didº do |s+as+| dive, aped one.

— Propellopalombarouter, based two.

— Rutsch is for rutterman ramping his roe, seed three. Where the muddies scrimm ball. Bimbim bimbim. And |+the+| maidies scream all. Himhim |+himhim+|.a|

|sh|shAnd forthemoresh| |shlet legend go lore of| |aThatº mortar scene |5so cwympty dwympty5| what a |bdust dustydustb| it razed |b|2aboriginally arboriginallyº2|b| but|1|+, luck's leap to the lad at the top of the ladder,+|1| so sartor's risorted why the sinner the |+1better badder+|1|! Ho ho ho hoch! La la la |3lach. lach!3| Hillary rillaryº gibbous grist to |byour ourb| milleryº!a| |s2A pushpull, qq: quiescence, pp: |aand witha| extravent |aintervalve intervulvea| coupling.s2| |1|+The savest lauf in the world.+|1| Paradoxmutose caring, but here in a |apresenta| booth of Ballaclay, |aBarthalamou,a| where their |sh|adutchuncle dutchunclera|sh| mynhosts and serves them |adram |bwill wellb|a| right |afor a |shboors' interiorsh| (homereek van hohmryk)a| that |aschott that salve that selvera| is to screen its |aaunt aunteya| and has ringround as worldwise eve her sins |2will (pip, pip, pip) willpip2| |afeature a |2futurefeature a futurepip featureº apip2|a| footloose |acast pastcasta| with spareshins and flash subtittlesº of noirse-made-earsy from a nephew mind the narrator |3but give the devil his3| so long as those sohns of a blitzh call the tuone tuone and thonder alout |shmakes the thurdsh|.sh| |aLet there be.a| |3Due.3|

|a|shThat's all murtagh purtaghsh| buta| |sh|aWhod (1Whad whad1)a| ababs his dopter? sissed they |1|+who were onetime ungkerls themselves |2(when the youthel of his yorn shook the bouchal in his bed)2|,º+|1| |ablank |shtwilled alongsidesh|,ºa| in wiping the rice assatiated with their wetting. |aThe lappel of his size?a| |3|aHis ros in sola velnere and he sicckumed of homnis terrars.a| |5She wends to scoulas in her slalpers. There were no peanats in her famalgia so |anoa| wumble she tumbled for his |afamasa|
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roalls davors.5| Don't him forget! A butcheler artsed out of Cullege Trainity.3| Diddled he daddle a drop of the cradler on delight mebold laddy was stetched?sh| |2Knit wear?2| And they addled |a|2(or ereº the cry of their tongues would be |aumptied uptieda| dead)2|,º |shShufflebothamsh|º asidled, |bplus his ducks fore his drills,b|a| |s2an inlay ofs2| a liddle more lining |awas |bmight be malt maught beb|a| licensed |aall at ones|b, be |cthe thesec| same |shtokenssh|,b| forgiving a |shbrass rapsh||b, sneitherº a |cfull wholec| length |cskreeder norc| a short |cshift |7shifk shift7|c| so |cfar fullc| asº all |care werec| concernedb|a|.

|aBoniface Burniface|b, |2shiply efter, shoply |7after after,7| |saat an angle of lag,sa|2| let flow, |sh|+1babble brabble+|1| brabble |candc| brabble,sh| |candc|b|a| so hostily|a, |+1heavy heavyside+|1| |bbreather |7breathing breathing,7|b|a| came up with |athem and|1|+, check me joule,+|1| |shshatºa| the three |7tailors tailors,7|sh| butting back to |shMoyle |7herring herring,7|sh| bump as |shbeam and |+1bottom buttend+|1|sh|, |shroller and |+1rider reiter+|1|sh|, |3after the |adiluv sown diluv's owna|
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deluge,3| |shthe seasant sampedsh| as skibber |shbreezed insh|, |3tripping, dripping, threw the sheets in the wind,3| |shthe tights of his truks trunkssh| at tickle to tackle and his rubmelucky truss rehorsing the |shpouffed skirtssh| of his |shoverhaulsh|º. |3He'd left his stickup in his hand to show them none ill feeling.,º Whatthough for all |aappendices appenticesa| it hand had a mushroom on it. While he faced them front to back., Then paraseuls round, quite taken atack, |aSaying Sclaimingºa|, Howe Coolsº Eavybrolly!3|

|shGood marrams, sagds sagd he, |5|afreshwaters, freshwatties, and boasterdes all,a|5| |2as he put into |3bierhaven bierhiven3|,2| |5nogeysokey first, |acabootle segund,a|5| jilling to windwards,sh| |1|s+as he made straks for |athe oerasund |btheir thatb| oerasounda| the snarsty weg for Publin,s+|1| |aso was his horenpipe lug in the lee off their mouths organs, with his tilt too taut for his tammy all a |bslanter slaunterb| and his wigger on a waggerº with its tag (1tucked tup |7tucked up tucked. Up7|1).a| |6With a good eastering and a good westering.6| |aand Anda| he |shasked from him how |athe the hitcha| did do |athis my fanda| Sulkersº sh| |1|+that mone met the kidballacksº which he suttonly remembered+|1| alsoº |2where the hatch2| |1|+was he endnew strandweys+|1| |ahe's that fonda| Sutchensonº |+, a penincular fraimd of mind|a, fordeed he was langseling to talka holt of hemsºa|+|. (1Clownº |+toff+|, |7tyea tye7| |+and hug+| fliorten.1) |2Cablen: |a|3Clifftop, Clifftop.3|a| Shelvling tobay oppelong tomeadow. |saWare| Posh.2|

|sh|2Skibberen Skibbereen2|º |ahis hasa| common inn,sh| |1|+by pounautique, with pokeway paw |2andº sadder ravenº evermore2|,+|1| telled |shshinshankssh| |1|+lauwering frankish+|1| for his kicker who|1|+, through the medium of gallic+|1|:º
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— Pukkelsen, tilltold.

|a|shThatº of with |ball someb| our prowed invisors how |v+1his |athat theira|v+|1| ulstravoliance led |v+1him themºv+|1| infroraids., striking down and landing alow |s2againstº our aerian insulation resistances2|, |2two boards that beached ast one,2| widness |2Dane |3Thane thane3|2| and |3Tysk tysk3| and |3Hanry hanry3|sh|. |shPrepatrickularlysh| all, they summed. |bKish met. |shBound| And for landlord, noting, |7nodding nodding,7| a coast to moor was cause to mear. Besides |shproof plenty, over proofsh|.b|a| While they |sheither took a heftsh|. Or the other swore his eric. |2|aHeave Heaveda| two, spluiced the menbrace.2| |aHeirs |2to at2| you, Brewinbaroon! |shWeth a whistle for |byour thanks methanksb|.sh|a|

|shGood marrams and good |amerrymills mirrymillsºa|, sayds sayd good mothers gossip, |abobbing hisa| bowing both ways |ato witha| the bentssh| |saand skerriessa|, when they were all |ain the old walled |s2of Kinkincaraborgs2| |6(and that they did overlive the hot air of Montybunkum upon the coal blasts of Mitropolitos let there meeds be the hourihorn),6| |sb|schibernating hiberniatingsc|sb| |shafter seven |bages of oak oak agesb|,sh|a| fearsome where they wereº he had gone |adump in the |bdoom doomering this tide,b|a| |5where the peixies would pickle him5| |1|+down to the button of his seat+|1| |2and his sess old soss Erinly into the boelgein with the help of Divy and Jorum's loq locquorº2| |shand shut the |adoor th doora| after himsh| |athis tide,a| |2to make a rarely fine |3Ran Ran's3| cattle of fish2|. |2Morya Mortimor! |aAllapallorus! |bAllapallovros! Allapalloverus!ºb|a| |6Howoft had the ballshee tried!º6| |aAnd they laying low for his homegangº |6in the that eeriebleak |+mead mead,+|6| with fireball feast and turkeys tumult
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and paupers patch to provide his bum end.a|2| |5The foe things your niggerhead needs to be fitten for the Big Water.5| |aHe made the sign of the hammer.ºa| |shCod'sº drought, he sayds sayd, |aafter a few daze, |1|+thinking of all those bliakings,º+|1| how leif pauses!a| |aanda| |7here Here7| you are |a|2back on your hawkins |5fromº Blasil the Brast, to our povo povotogesus portocall5|, |6the furt on the turn of the hurdies,6| slave to trade,º and vassal of spices, and a dragon-the-market2|, and be turbotº, lurch a stripe,a| as |adid werea| you |afall soused |sbme methoughtsb|a| out of the mackerelsh|. |6Eldsfells! saydº he. A kumpavin on iceslant! Here's open handlegs for one old faulker from the hame folk here in You'sº booth!6| |sh(+6Sell So sell+)6| me gundy,sh| |+1sagds sagd+|1| the now waging |acapon. |3capon capponº3|a| |awith a warry posthumour's |6expletion. expletion,º shoots ogos shootsle him or where's that slob?6|a| A |6(+bit+)6| |shbite of keesens, he |+1sagds sagd+|1|, |6til Dennis,6| |5for this jantar (and let the dobblins
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roast perus!º)5| |saorsa| a stingersh||2, he sagd, |6t. d.,6| on a doroughbread kennedysº2| |5for Patriki San sakiº |6on svo fro6| or my old relogion's out of tiempor5| |aand when I'm soured to the tipple you can sink me leada|, he (1sagds |+sayd sagd+|1), and|6, if I get can, sagd he,6| a (+6pull pusspull+)6| of |atomtartarum tamtartarumºa|. |5Thirst because |7houming homing7| hand give.5| Allkey dalkeyº, (1sayds sayd1) the shop's housebound, for he was as |shdeep as the north starsh| |6(and could tolk sealer's solder into tankar's tolder)6|,º |a|shas might have saydsh|,º every man to his (1beast beast |5andº a treat for the trading scow5|,1)a| |2and2| |shmy |acad catera| million falls to yoush| |2and crop feed a stall|6, if thoult pay mine's the winnowing sheet6|2|!º |6|xAfram!ºx|6|

|66| Andº he |agot anda| gave (1the ekspedient1) |5for Hombreyhambrey wilcomer5| |sh|awhat'sa| the good wordsh|(1,. |+He made the sign on the feaster.+|1) |2Cloth be laid! |6And a disk of osturs for the swanker!6| Allahballah!2| |5He was the carelessest man I ever see but he sure had the most sand.5| |6One fishball with fixings|err.!ºerr| |aFor a |bDan danb| of a ven of a fin of a son of a gun of a gombolier.a|6| (1Ekspedient, sayd he, |6sonnur mine,6| |2opvarts Shackleton Sulten! Opvarts2| and at ham,1) |5or this ogry Osler will oxmaul us all, sayd he,5| |alike one familiar to the house,a| (1|shas clam as your clocksh|,1) while |sh(1Waldenar Waldemar1)sh| |sh(1awas toeing was heeling1) it and|a(1,1) (1|shtake my wroth for itsh|,1)a| |sh(1Maldemar |+Maldemare Maldemerº+|1)sh| was (1heeling toeing1)sh| |+1it. it,+|1| |sh(1soe syg1)sh| (1he was1) |sh(1walking from the bowl at his food1)sh| (1|2and the meer crank he was waiting for the tow of his turn2|.1)

|2⇒ Tillº they plied him behaste on the fare.2| |6Saywehrn!º6|

— Nohow did he kersse or hoot (1alike1) the suit (1of and1) solderskins?º (1mended one breaches maker. minded first breachesmaker1) |a(1|shSoe sygsh| he was, |shwalking fram the ball at his footsh|1)a| |sh(1with considerable way on1)sh| (1And and1)

— Humpsea dumpsea, |2the munchantman,2| (1cut secondsnipped1) cutter the curter.

— A ninth for a |2ninth ninth.2| (1|sh|2and take Take2| my worth from itsh||s2.s2|1) |s2And |anoa| mistaenks2|, they (1told to thricetold1) the taler |a(1who |shhad considerable way onsh|1)a|, andº |x(1They they1) knew (1what1) |shthe whyed for too. The because of his|x| (1throatfull Uglymand fit himshemp but throats fill1) us all! |s3And three's here's for repeat of the unium!s3|

|shPlaceº the scaurs wore on yoursh| |shgroot (1beg big1) bailey billsh|, he |aapullagibed |7apullajibed apullajibed,7|a| (1the O'Colonel Power,1) |s2latterly distented from the O'Conner Danº,s2| |1|+so promonitory
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himself that he was+|1| obliffious of the headth of hosth that (1was rosed before him |5in fromº Sheeroskouro, under |athe itsa| zembliance of mardal mansk5|,1) |s2like a dun darting |3dullemetter |7dullemitter dullemitter,7|3|s2| |2|sawith his moultain haares stuck in plostures upon itºsa| (do you kend yon peak with its coast so green?),º2| still trystfully acape for (1Graunuaile her his gragh knew well1) |a|shin precious
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sh|a| |shand that proud grace to hersh|, |a|shin gait a movely water, of smile a coolsome cupsh||2, with that rarefied air of a Montmalency and her quick little breaths and her climbing colour2|. |5Take thee live will save thee wive? I'll think uplon, lilady. |aShould anerous enthroproise call |bhomovir homovirtueb|, duinnafear! The ghem's to the ghoom be she nere |bso zob| zma. Obsit Nem nemon!a|5| |shFloodlift, her ancient of rights regaining, so yester |byield yiddb|, even (1remenbrance remembrance1).sh| |5And greater grown thanº in the trifle of her days, a mouse, a mere tittle, trots off with the whole panoromacron picture.5| |2Her youngfree yoke stilling his wandercursus, jilt the spin of a curl and jolt the broadth of a buoy. |5The Annexandreian captive conquest.5| Ethna Prettyplume, |3Hughly Hooghly3| Spaight.2| |shHim her first lap, her his fast pal,sh| for ditcher for plower, till deltas |btwo part twoportb|. |2While |athe thisa| glowworld's lump is |aglooming gloaminga| off and han in hende will grow.2| |6Through simpling years where the lowcasts have aten of amilikan honey and datish fruits and a bannock of barley on Tham the Thatcher's palm. O wanderness be wondernest and now!6| |6|xListeneath to me, |avales veilsa| of Mina!x|6| |sbHe would withsay, |1|+nepertheloss,+|1| that is |+1two too+|1| me meanº.sb|a| |6I alw oldways did me walsh and preechup ere we set to sope and fash. |aNow eats the vintner over these contents oft with his sad slow munch for backonham. Yet never shet it isº the brood of aurowoch, not for legions of donours of Gamuels.a|6| |s3I have performed the law in truth for the lord of the law|6, Taifº Alif6|. I have held out my hand for the holder of my heart in Annapolis|6, my youthrib city6|. Be ye then my protectors |6unto Mussabotomia6| before the guards of the city.s3| |1|+Theirs theres is a |agentlemennts gentlemeantsa| agreement.º+|1| |6Womensch plodge.6| |2|aTo slope through heather till the foot.a| Join |aAltersonn Andersoona| and Co.2| |a|shIf the flowers of speech valed the springs ofº me rising the hiker I hilltapped the murk I mist my blezzard| Not a knocker on |bthe hisb| head nor a nicknumber on |ba theb| manyoumeant. |3With that coldtbrundt |anortheldster natteldstera| wefting stinks from Alpyssinia, wooving nihilnulls from Memoland and and wolving the ulvertones of the voice. But his spectrem only mergeantº crested from the irised sea in plight, calvitousness, loss, ng nngnr, glidd gliddinyssº, unwill and snorth.3| |shIt might have been |bthe what you call yourb| change of my lifesh| but here'sº |s2a thes2| chance |2of a
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night2| for my lifting.ºa| |2Hillyhollow, valleylow! With the sounds and the scents in the morning.2|

(11) |shI |ashould shota| be |ashot shoddieda|,sh| throttle me(1, |6fine me cowheel for ever,6| usquebauched the ersewild aleconner,1) |afor bringing briars to Benbrackenºa| |s2and |arimming ringinga| rinbus ra round Demetriuss2| (1for, as you wrinkle wryghtly, bully bluedomer,1) |x(1It's it's1) a |shsuirsite's stircus haunting hesteries round old|x| |6We gin too
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gnir and thus plinary indulgence makes |errcolleunellas collemullasºerr| of us all.6| |+1but But+|1| |shtimeº is for talerman tasting his tap. Tiptoptap, Mister|

He made one (1summey summery1) |6(cholkº and murble in lonestime)6| of |ahisa| the three swallows |6|xlike he was muzzling Moselemsx|6| and |shtorched upsh| as the faery pangeant fluwed down |athea| |ahis open guts hisophenguts|6, aº slake for the quicklining,6|a| to the tickle of his tube and the twobble of his fable, O, fibbing |shonce upon a spray what a queer and queasy spree it wassh|. Plumped.

Which both did. Prompt. |1|+|aEh, chrystal holder?a| Saveº Ampsterdampster that had rheumaniscencesº in his netherlumbs.+|1|

— By |shthe drope in his groinsh|, |6Ali Slupa,6| |shthinksº the |3capon cappon3|, |1|+plumbing his liners,+|1| we were heretoforesh|.

— And be the coop of his |sagubbous gobbossa|, |6Reacher the Thaurd,6| thinks your girth fatter|1|+, apopo of his buckseaseilers,+|1| |2but2| but where's Horace's courtin |+1drhawers troopsers+|1|?

— I put hem behind the oasthouse, sagd Pukkelsen, |1|+tuning+|1| wound on the teller, appeased to the cue, |1|+that double dyode dealered,º+|1| and he he's wallowing awash swill of the Tarra water. |1|+And it marinned down his |5gargantast5| trompsathleticº like the marousers of the gulpstroom.+|1| The |+1Kersse kersse+|1| of Wolafs on him, |5shitateyar,5| he sagd in the fornicular, |5and|6, at weare or not at weare,6| I'm sigen no stretcher,5| for I carsed his |5muherssonº5| goat in trotthers |6with them newbucklenoosers6| behigh in the fire behame in the oasthouse. Hops! sagd he.

|aSmoking Smoke anda| cook coke |achokea|! lauffed |atill |shthe tear |btrickle trickledb| drown a thighsh|a| the loafers all but a sheep's whosepants which that swished to the lord he hadn't and the starer his li story was talled to who felt that|6, the fierifornax being thurst on him motophosically, as Omar sometime notes,6| such a satuation|6, debauchly to be watched for,6| would empty dempty him down to the ground.
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— And hopy (1dops!, |+dops! dope!+|1) sagd he, anded the (1enderer enderer,1) |awho now dyply |sh|+1hynotised hypnotised+|1|sh| or hopeseys doper himselfa|. And kersse him, sagd he, |2after |aanother inundera| tarrapoulling,2| |5and the shines he cuts, shinar,5| |xthe screeder, the |astichinesnider stitchimesnidera|, |3adepted to nosestorsioms in his buddin budinholder, |5cummanisht,5| sagd he |5(fouyoufoukou!)5|,º3| |s2which goes in the ways |3smooking publics, sagd he,3| |sabumboosting bomboostingsa| to be in thelitest |aciville rowa| faction for a dubblebrasterd|3, navvygaiteredº (flick off that hvide aske, big head!)3|,ºs2| sagd he, the |6(+big+)6| bag of my |sahaund to hamd tillsa| hem, |3tollerloon,3| sagd he, |3with his |apudney |bpudnny pudnyb|a| bun brofkost when he walts meet the bangd. I will put his fleas of wood in the flour, and he sagd, behunt on the oatshus, the not wellmade one, sagd he,3| the kersse of my armsore appal |shthis most ummentionablestº of mensh| (|+1and he |7and,7| mundering eeriesk, if he didn't+|1| |shscalded him all the |ashimpsa| names in his |+1gitter gitter!+|1|sh|) a (1coathemned coathemmed1) gusset sewer,x| |1|+sagd he, |3his first cudgin is an innvalet in the unitred stables,º3| which is not feed
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tonights a kirtle |3offalfisk offal fisk,º3|+|1| (1and1) he is that |6(+woe+)6| worstered |atyler |bwastendedb| shootmakera| whatever poked a noodle in a |sacluth clouthsa|!

|aSo for the second tryon all the meeting of the (1o'connells |+O'Connells acarras+|1) had it. How he hised his bungle oar his shourter and cut the pinter off his pourt pourer and lay off for Fjellagulphiaº in the farning.a| |1|s+From his |sadhruimdhreamdhrue dhruimadhreamdhruesa| back to Brighten-pon-the-Baltic, from our lund's rund turs bag til threathy hoeres a wuke. Ugh!s+|1| |a

— Stuff, Taaffe, stuff! interjoked it his wife's hopesend to the boath of them |1|+consistently+|1|. Come back to May Hearne (1Eileen Aileen1).a| |3

|77|3| |a|3Ill Ild3| luck to it! (1blostfumed blastfumed1) the nowraging (1scamptale |7scamptail scamptail,7|1) |bin flating furies outs trews his cammelskins|s3, the flashlight of his ire wackering from the eyewinker on his masttops3|b|. |bAnd aye far he fared from Afferik Arena and yea near he night till (1Blowland Blawlandº1) Bearring|1|+, baken be the brazen |7sun sun,7| buttered be |3the3| snows+|1|.b| And the sea shoaled and the saw squalled. And, soaking scupper, didn't he drain!ºa|

|3A pause.3|

|a|shInfernal machinerysh| |1|+(|aseareelº number:a| Bullysacre, dig care a dig)+|1| having thus passed the buck |bfrom tob| |+3belly |xbelly billyx|+|3| (1bock back1) |bto fromb| jack (finder the keeper) as the baffling yarn sailed in circlesa| (1It it1) was now high tide for the reminding pair of |asnippers snipersa| to be |shsuitably punishedsh| |a|blike the |cfoamer oelconner pervious oelkennerc| doneb| till they
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hadº |bliquorallyb| no more powers to their elbowa|. (1Ignorancer's Ignorinsers'1) bliss, therefore, their not to say |shrifle butt targetsh|(1,1) none too wisefolly|a, poor fish |6(he is eating, he is spun, is milked, he dives)6|,ºa| |s3upholding th a lampthorne of lawstift as oned wand of welcome of to all men in bonafay |6(andº the corollasº he so has saved gainsts the virus he has thus |7injected injected!7|)6|,ºs3| discoastedself to that |6kipsie6| point of its Dublin bar where|a, breakingº (1& and1) entering, from the outback's dead heart, |1|s+Glasthule Bourne or Boehernapark Nolagh,s+|1| |2by wattsismade or bianconi,2| |bastraylians in island,b|a| a wellknown tall hat |aaccompanied bl |shblown insh|a| |abe |shbetween housessh|a| by a nightcap of that silk |a|bor it might be a black velvetb| and a kiber gallera| dragging his hunkerº were signalling |agale gael warnings towards Wazwollenzee Havena| to give them their beerings|1|+, east circular h routeº or elegant central highway+|1|. |5Open, 'tis luck will have it!5| |aLifeboatº |s3Loe Alloes3|, Noeman's Woe, Hircups |s3Emptybelly |xEmptybelly |shEmptybollysh|x|s3|!ºa| |shWith winkles,º whelks and |acacklesent cocklesenta| jelks. Let be buttercup |aday evea| lit by night in the |7Phoenix. Phoenix!7|sh| |3Music.3| |aAndº old lotts have funn at Flammagen's ball.a| |s3Till Irinwakes from Slumber Deep.s3| |shHow they succeeded |shby courting daylight in saving darknesssh| he who loves will|

|1|+Busimess.º His bestness.+|1| |s2Copeman helper helpen.s2|


He cupped his years to catch |amines with whats yours; me me's to you in what's yours soº as minest to hissent,a| |6giel as gail, geil as gaul, Odorozone, |anowa| ourmenial servent,6|
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blanding rum, milk and toddy with I hand it to you. Saying whiches, |awith seea| his bow on the hapence, |a(1as the strong waters were rising1)a| |1|+with a pattedyr but digit here,+|1| he scooped theirº hens, hounds and horses,º biddy by bunny, with an arc of his |7covethand covethand,7| saved from the drohnings they might oncounter, into intillº his cubid longº to hide in dry. |3Aside.3| Your |asowse sowsa| tin the |satipple topplesa|, dodgers, trink me |atrade dregsa|! Zoot!

|aThe And with the gushº of a spring alice thea| fossickers and swagglersº with him on the hoof |afrom down undera| spikedº forth desert roses in that mulligar scrub.

|3Reenter Ashe Junior. |5Peiwei toptip, nankeen pontdelounges.º5| Gives fair day.º Cheroot. |aCheevio!a|3|

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|errerr| Takeº off thatch whitehat (|3lo,3| Kersse come in back |2bespoking of loungeon2| off the |aBojldawl Boildawlºa| |2races stumplecheatsº |5for rushirishis Irush-Irish5||a, dangielingº his old Conan over his top gallant shouldier so was|5, lao yiu shao,5| |bto he'dºb| like more look a novicer |sbon the nevaysb|a|2|).º

|aTuck Ticka| off that |awhitehot whiltehotºa|, you scum of a |abatch botchºa| (of Kersse who|1|+, as he turned out,+|1| |3alas,3| |5hwen ching hwan chang,5| had been mocking a his hollaballoon a sample of the costume of the country).º

— Tape oaf that saw foull and sew wrong, |3welsher,3| you suck of a |athickstock |7thick thick,7| stocka| and the udder, and confiteor yourselfº (|3for3| bekersse he had cuttered up |1and misfutthered1| |2in the most multiplest manner2| |afora| that poor old bridge's masthard slouch a shook of cloakses the wise|5, hou he pouly hung hoang tseu,5| his own |1fitther |amisfitther fitthera|1| couldn't nose him).º

|3⇒ Chorus: With his coate so |agreye grayea|. And |athe hisa| pounds that he pawned from the burning.

3| |2And|5, haikon or hurlin,5| who did you do at doyle today, my horsey dorksey gentryman?º2|

|2Sergeº Mee, suit! sazd he, tersey kersey.2|

|2⇒ Andº |3he when Tersse had sazd this Kersse3| stood them the whole koursse of training how |3it3| |aall the whole blazy |brace razeºb|a| ocurraghedº|3, from lambkinsback to sliving board, and3| from sparkº to |3phoenix phoenish3|. |5And he tassed him tartly and he sassed him smartly, tig for tager, strop for stripe, as long as there's a |alasher lyashera| on a kyat.5| |aAnd they |bpiled peeredºb| him |3behold beheld3| on the pyre.a|2|

|3And it was so. Behold.3|

|11| |5Same capman no nothing horces two feller he feller go where.5| Isn't that effect?º |1gig for gag,1| asked |+1the there+|1| three |+1newconners |s3newcohnners newcommerss3|+|1| |6till knockingshop6| at the ones upon a topers who, |1|+while in admittance to that impedance,+|1| as three as they were there, they had been |amaltreating malttreatinga| themselves to their health's contempt. |3

And it was so.3|

— That's |+1fig for fag fag for fig+|1|, |5metinkus,5| |7confessed confessed,7| |1|+mhos for |7mhos mhos,7|+|1| those who|1|+, would it not be for that dielectrick,+|1| were upon the point of |+1obsoletion, obsoletionº and
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|aon ata| the brink of|2, fromº the pillary of the Nilsens and |afroma| the |afauxpaoses statutesa| of the Kongbullies and from the millestones ofº Ovlergroamlius2| |aliberate libitatea| nos, |aDaniel. (4Domnial. Domnial!4)a|+|1| |1|+

+|1| |+1and And+|1| so culp me goose, he |+2said |3sasd sazd3|+|2|, |3szed3| |1|+the ham muncipated of the first course, recoursing,+|1| |2|+all cholers and coughs with his (+3bow |x|shbeauwsh|x|+)3|
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on the bummell,+|2| the bugganeering wanderducken|2|+, he |3sasd sazdº3|+|2| |a(that his pumps may shipº |ball the |2awhole awhoyle2|b| shandymound of the |sbdusert, dussard)sb|a|,º |2the coarsehair |ahighsayman highsaydighsaymana|, |3there's nice tugs he looks (how you was, Ship Alouset?),º3| |ahe |+sayd |3sasd sazd3|+|,a| the |abloedaxe bloodootha| baltxebec, |athat is crupping into our |braw lenguageb| navel through |bthe lumbsmall ofº hisb| his hawsehole, he |3sayd sazd3|,a| donconfounder him, |3voyaging after maidens, |+belly jonah hunting the polly joans,+|3| and the kurssº of all portnoysers befaddle him, |ahe |+sayd |3sasd sazd3|+|, till I split in his flags, he |+sayd |3sasd sazd3|+|, |3one to one,3| |bthe landslewder,b| after Donnerbruch |3fire, fire. |aReefer was a wenchman.a| |+One can smell off his wetsments how he is coming from a beach of promisck.+| Where is that old |+muttiny? muttiny,+| |a|+Shall shall+| I ask?a| |aAlouzet!a| Free kicks he will have |afrom me|+, turncoats,+| in Bar Bartleya| if I |awas warsa| a fewd years ago. Meistr Capteen Gaascooker|+, |athe aa| salestrimmer,+|!3| |3as As3| he was soampling me ledder, like pulp,º and as I was trailing his fumbelums, like hulp, he'll fell the fall of me faus, |+like yulp, he sayd, he |3sasd sazd3|, like |3yulp, yulp|err.!º8|3|+|a| |3the The3| goragorridgorballyed pushkalsson, |ahe |+sayd |3sasd sazd3|+|,ºa| |+with his bellows pockets |3fulled of potchtatos |+and his fox in a stomach+|3|,+| a disagrees to his ramskew coddlelecherskithers' |+zirkus zirkuvs|3, drop down dead and deaf,3| and+|2| there is never a |3tailorman teilwrmans3| in the |aFife Falls of Island |+1Fife Folks feof fife folksº+|1| of Iselandºa| |3or in the wholeabelongd of Skunkinabory3| |afrom Drumadunderry till the rumnants of Mecckrass,a| could milk a colt in thrushes foran furrow follower width that |6holeº in his tale and that hell of a hull of a hill of a6| camelump |s3back bakks3|. |5Fadgestfudgist!5|

|1|+Upon this dry call |s3of selenium cells3| |5(|athe thata| horn of lunghalloon, Riland's in peril!)5| with its doomed crack of the old damn ukonnen power |ain insounda| itº+|1| |+1The the+|1| lord of the saloom|1|+, as if |afor a flasha| salamagunnded himself, listed |atummelumsk his tummelumpskºa| pack and+|1| |+1hereinat hearinat+|1| presently returned |ahim|1|+, ambilaterally alleyeoneyesed,+|1|a| from |1|+their uppletoned |s2layer layir tos2|+|1| his beforetime guestsº |3|+, that bunch of palers on |athe theira| round, timemarching and petrolling how,+|3| who if they were |+1about abound+|1| to loose a laugh |2(Toni Lampi, you booraascal!)2| they |1|+were abooned to+|1| let it as the leashed they might do when they felt |3|+(O, the wolf he's on the walk, sees his sham cram bokk!)+|3| their joke |1|+missing+|1| was coming homeº to them, |2the steerage way for stabling,2| |1|+ghustorily spoeking, gen and gangº,+|1| |adane and dare,a| |1|+like the dud spuk
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of his first foetotype (|2Trolldedroll,2| how vary and |2likely likely!2|),+|1| |2the fillibustered,2| the fullybellied, withº the old sit in his shoulders |1andº the new satin atlas |aunder ondera| his uxter1|, |1erning his breadth to the swelt of his proud andº1| |shpicking up the |athe amberoseº of thea| lizod lightssh|, his tail toiled of spume and spawn, and the bulk of him and the hulk of him|1, asº
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whenever it was he reddled a ruad to riddle a rede from the sphinxish paircº |awhile Edeº wasº |ba-guarding of a guardinºb|, ere love a side issuea|1|. They hailed |ahim cheeringly,a| their |aancient encienta| and, the murrainer|1, and |3Wallruse wallruse3|, the merman, |athe yea| seal that lubs |aye youa| lassers|+, Thallasee or Tullafilmagh,+| when come of uniform age1|.

— Heave,º coves, emptybloodyº!

And ere he could catch |aa hooker or |1a1| hook ora| line to suit their |asousyskins sausyskinsºa|, the lumpenpack. |5Underbund was overraskelled. As5|

— Sot! (1sagd sod1) the tailors |1|+opsits+|1| |ain froma| their |agobbelots gabbalotsa|. |1|+Changeº all that whole set. Shut down and shet up. Our set, our set'sº allohn.+|1|

And they poured em |abehoil behoildºa| on the fire. |1|aScald! Scaald!a|1|

|1Rowdiose wodhalooing. Theirs is one lessonless |amissage fora| for good and truesirs. Will any persen |sawho was bereavedº to besa| passent bringback or rumpart to the Hoved politymesterº. Clontarfº, one love, one fear.1| |2Ellers|3, forº the greeter glossary of code,º3| callen hom: Finucane-Lee, Finucane-Law.2|

|3Am. Dg.3|

|aWelter focussed.a|

|1|+Wind from the |anorth nordtha|. Warmer towards muffinbell. Lull.º+|1|

|2As |saour revelantsa| Columnfillerº predigtedº |sain last |sbmounth's chattery mount's chattiryºsb| sermonsa|,2| |2The theº2| allexpected depression over |aSchumdinebbia Schiumdinebbiaa|, |1|+a bygger muster of veiryingº precipitation,º+|1| |1harolded haralded1| byº faugh sicknellsº |1|+(hear |s3kokkenhavens kokkenhovenss3| ekstras!)+|1| and umwalloped in an unusuable suite of cloudsº, havingº filthered |1|+|2in a direct2| |abay |2ray2|a|+|1| |athrough troughºa| the |1middelhav of the1| same gorgers' kennel on its wage wealthwards, and incursioned a sotten retch of low pleasure, missed in some |aparts portsºa| but |awitha| lucal drizzles, |aanda| the outlook for tomarry (Streamstress Mandig) beamed briderº, his ability good.

|1Whate What hopends to they?1|

|3Giant crash in Aden. Birdflights confirm abbroaching nubtials.
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Burial of |aLifetenant-Gravener Lifetenant-Groevenera| Hatchett., R.I.D. Devine's Previdence.3|

|3Ls. De.3|

|1Art thou gainous sense and uncompetite! Limited. Annaº Lynchya has Pourable! One and eleven. United we We Stand, even many offered. Don'tº forget our. I wish |~hospitable auspicable~| |athievesdayce thievesdaytea| |afor the stork |2derby dyrby2|a|. |aIt will be a though |bthousande's thousanne'sºb| a won paddies.a| And |~In dreams of bliss. And soon to bed. And soon to bet. On drums of bliss. |+Hapsalap With hapsalap+| troth, hipsalewd prudity, hopesalot honnessy, hoopsaloop luck.~| |saAfter from midn on when when |~on from midnight from midnights unwards~| the th fourposter harp |~quartet. |2quartette quartette.º2|~| |2(+(Kiskiviikko, Kalastus. |3Torstai Torstaj3|, tanssia. |3Perjantai Perjantaj3|, peleja. |3Lavantai Lavantaj3| ja |3Sunnuntai |7Sunnuntaj Sunnuntaj,7|3| christianismus kirjallisuus, kirjallisuus christianismus.)+)2| |~This palaver is ended |2whilesd Whilesd2| this |s3pallover pellovers3| his |+finish finnisch+|~|.sa|1|

— Comither, |aHorace ahoraceºa|, |3thou mighty man of valour, elderman |aadaptivea| of Capel Ysnod,3| |5and tsay-fong tsei-foun a laun bricksnumberº5| till I've fined you a faulter-in-law,º |3to |abe becomea| your son-to-be,3| |2gentlemens tealer, |agentleman generalmana|
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seelord,2| |3gosse and bosse, |ahunguest and horasa,a| (+|x|shjonjemsums bothsh| |s6in sale sailsmanships6|,ºx|+)3| szed the head |3marines3| talebearer, then |asagd sayda| the ship'sº gospfather |ain the scat storya| to the husband's capture,º |2and |5either you does or he musts and this moment same, saydº he, so5| let |3lead laid3| pacts be being betving ye, he sayd, |aby my main (4makeskift makeshift4), he sayd,a| one fisk and one flesk, as flat as, |5Estmand Edmondson Aestmand Aedmundsonº5| you, you're iron slides and so hompety domp as Paddley MacNamaraº here he's a hardy canooter|5, for the two breasts of Banba are her soilers and her toilers,5|2| |3and if thou wilt serve Idyall as thou hast |asaild saylda|. |5Brothers Boathes, brothers Coathes, ye have swallen blooders' oathes.5| And |ahe Gophara| sayd unto Glideon and3| |asagd sayda| he to the nowweddingº captain,º |athe |bhonourable rude hunnerableºb|a| Humphrey, |5who was praying god of clothildies |6by the seven bosses of his trunktarge6| he would save bucklesome when she wooed belove on him,5| |acomether comeethera|, |asagd sayda| he, my |aold merrytimea| |amortimer. |3mortimer marelupe3|, you wutan |bwall whaalb|, |bsagd saydb| he(4,4) |3|+into the shipfolds of our quadrupedº island|sa,sa| |x|sh|ablessa| madhugh, mardyk, luusk and cong|err.!ºerr|sh| |shWith Blass Neddos braysh|x|+|3||7.!7|a| |1And no more of your maimed acts after this |5with your kowtowsº and criados to every tome, thick and heavy, and |aour onliness ofa| his revelance |ato your ultitudeºa| The Illfollowableº |astaying in wateº for youa| with the winning word put into his mouth5|
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or be the hooley (+3table |x|satabellsa|, |shas |saHorunread Horrockssa| Toler hath most cares to call it,sh|x|+)3| I'll rehearse your |acomeundermunds comeundermendsa| |3|+and first mardhyr you entirely+|3|. |aAs puck as |bPat that Paddeusb| picked the pun and leftº the lollies off the |bfield foiledb|.a| A Trinity judgeº will |across cruxa| your boom. Pat is the man for |athee thya|. Ay ay!1|

|3(+|x|shAndº he pured him beheild of the ouishguss, mingling (4the a4) sign of the|x|+)3| |x

º I popetithes thee, |2Ocean, sayd he, Oscarvaughther, sayd he,2| Erievikkingr, |s1sayd he, intra |2trifum2| triforium trifoliorum, sayd he,s1| |5onconditionally,5| forfor furst of theº |sagielgaul gielgaulgullsºsa| |1greats and hero chief explunderer of the clansakilticº1|, |asagd sayda| he, the |astramerer's steamerer'sºa| mastress to the sea aasseº cuddycoalman's,º |3|+and let this douche for you as |aan all a whollya| apuzzler's and for all the pukkeleensº to the wakes of you, sayd he,+|3| outº of the |+2hell hellsinky+|2| of the |+2howthen howtheners+|2| and be danned to ye, |asagd sayda| he, into our roomyo connellic relation, |s2|aas Harris says,a|s2| |asagd sayda| he, |6from which our this pledge is given,6| |5Tera truly |6ternatrine6| if not son towards |acoming thousandº likea| expect chrisanathemsº5| |6|ain toa| which I osker your |agodhsbataring godhsbattaring, saelir,a| for as you gott kvold whereafter a gooden diggin and with gooder enscueº |afrom osion backfaredº agen fairioes feudeda| hailsohame til Edar6| in that the loyd mave hercy on your sael! Anomyn anº awer. Spickinusand.x|

|1Nansenseº, you snorsted? Heº was haltid |5considerable5| |afor agensta| |aalla| religionsº overtrowº so hworefore the |6thokkurs6| pokker |2the |abigbuga| |6miklamanded6| storstore exploder2| would he |sablank be |6whulesalesolde6| daadaapedº by Priest Gudfadrenºsa| |2|+of the sacredhaunt suit+|2| in |s2Diaeblen Diaeblen-Balkley at |6Domnkirk6| Saint Petricksburgs2|? Well, But,º ear this!º1|
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|11| |sahe H Hee And here|err,ºerr|sa| (1|2aherra aaherra2|,1) |2my rere admirable |+peadar+| poulsen,2| |1sayd he, |aconsistently,ºa| |2|+to the secondnamed sutor,+|2| my latelyº lamented sponsorship, here1| |6comesend round that wine and6| |5lift your horn, sayd he, to show you're a skolar |6for, winter you likerº or not, we brought your summer with us6| |7and and,7|5| |s1|+2Tomkin tomkin+|2| about about your lief eurikason eurekason and his undishcovery of ameriunread, americle, |2be the |5roaring rolling5| forties, he sayd, |sahe sayd,sa| |+and on my sopper crappidamn, as Harris himself says,+|2| |6to let you in on some crismion dottrin,6| heres1| is the ninethest pork of a man whisk |aswims swimmiesa| in |aDublin Dybblina| water |afrom Ballscodden easthmost till |bThriston's Lickslip Thyrston's |cLickslap Lickslipc|b|a| and|a, |bsagd saydb| |1he, whiles he (whilesº1| the heart of Lukky |1|+Swayn+|1| laughedº in his icebox |1for to think of all the soorts of
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smukklers he would behave in juteyfrieze being forelooped
º to her)1|,ºa| |s1praties b peel two hourº goodsend Brandonius,s1| |3filius of a Cara, spouse to Fynlogue,3| he has the nicesth pert of a nittlewoman in the house|2, |5la chito, la chato, la Charmadouiro, Tina-bat-Talur,5| |5cif for your fob and5| a |5treasure tesouraº5| astore for you,2| |5eslucilampº |s+as aswhens+| the |asalt surgea| seas |s+sombre sombrens+|,5| that he daughts upon of anny livving plusquebelle|1, |3to child and foster,3| |6that's the lippeyear's wonder of Tottygoº |7Newschool Newschool,7| two titty too |aat win winnie |7won won,7|a| tramity trimming and funnity fare, with a grit as hard as the trent of the thimes but a touch as saft as the dee in flooing,º |aandº never a Hyderow Jenny the like of her lightness at look-and-you-leapº,a|6| |5rheadoromanscing |afor longa| evnans invairnº about |alittle Anny Roners and alla| the Lavinias of ester yours and pleding for them to herself in the periglus glatsch hangs over her trickle bed, it's a piz of fortune if it never falls, and from the stuffel, and, when that mallaura's overº till next time,º and all the prim rossies are out |adressparadingºa| |aand the tubas tuot tuotºa| for the glowryº of their god, making every Dinny dingle after her down the Dargul dale and (wait awhile, blusterbuss, you're marchadant too forte |v6so andv6| don't start furlan your ladins till you'veº learned the lie of her landuage!), when it's summwer calding and she can hear the |apianotunar pianutunara| |~overbeyondes beyant the bayondes~| in Combria sleepytalkingº to the Wiltsh muntons,5| titting out through her droemer window for the flyend of a touchman |2over the wishtas of English |7Strand Strand,7| |+when Kilbarrack bell pings saksalaisance that Concessas |aand witha| Sinbads may (pong!),+| |awhere our |bdolimonde dollimondeb| sees the phantom shapeº of Mr Fortunatus Wright since winksome Miss Bulkeley made loe to her wrecker and he took |bherb| to be |bab| rover, O,a|2| |+and playing house of ivary dower of gould+| |2andº gift you soil me peepat my prize2|,1| |awhich |+1can is its a blue loogoont for her |2in a bleakeyed seusan2| if she can't |5work |athe hera| mireiclles and5| give Norgeyborgey good airish timers, |2while the her fresh racyº turf is |akindlyºa| kindling up the lovver with the flu,2| |5with a roaryboaryellas would set an Eriweddyng on fire, let aloon an old Humpopolamos with the boomarpoorter on his brain,5| and aidanº bay |+2sie and die seyeº and dye+|2|, |2aasbukividdy,2| twenynine twentynine to her dozen+|1| |2and |3and3|2| coocoo
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|bher himb| do dildulcey dovelyº to |1your his1| old cawcaws'º huggin and munina| |2for his strict privatear2| |6which
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there's no |apoor purea| rube like an ool pool roober |awhen th your pullar beer |bchanges to turns outb| Bruin O'Luinna|6| |1andº beat his barge into a battering pram1| |2with her |awatling wattlingºa| way for cubblin2| and, |6be me fairy fay,6| |asagd sayda| he|1, the marriage |amixeder mixtera|,1| to Kersse|3, sonº of Joe Ashe,3| her |1goosefatther |+goosefatter coaxfonder+|1|, |6wiry eyes and winky hair,6| |s1timkin abeat your |2andraws Andraws2| |aMartins Meltonsa| and his lovsang of the short and shifty,s1| |3|aI will turn my thinks to things alove anda| I will speak but threes ones, sayd he, my truest patrious goodfounterº,3| |1poles aport a port and zones asunder,1| |2tie up in hates and repeat at luxure,2| |3you can better your |atrueblue prodestined tooblue prodestinda| arson, |atiler tylera| bach,3| |6after roundsabouts and donochs and the volumed |7smoke smoke,7| though the clonk in his stumble strikes warn, |aand were he laid out on that counter there like |bab| Slavocrates amongst his skippies,a|6| |awhen |bthey come it comesb| to the ride onerablea||s1, sayd he, |5that's to make plain Nanny Ni Sheeres a full Dinamarqueza,5| |3and all needed for the lay, |6from the huseyº on the montey with the room in herberge,6| |adown to forkpiece and bucklecatch |6(Elding, my elding! and Lif, my lif!)6|,ºa|3| |2in the |6pirvacy pravacy6| of the pirmanocturne, |3hap,3| sayd he|6, at |athe thata| meet hour of night, and hop, sayd he, |aand the fyrsty annarº everso thrieda|6| |a(whilesº the breath of Huppy |3Hullespont Hullespond3| swumped in his seachest for to renumberº all the |6nights mallymedears'6| long roll and call of |3sweethearts sweetheart emmas3| that every had a port in |3from Coxenhagen till the brottels on the Nile3|)a|,2| |6while taylight is yet slipping under their pillowº (ill omens on Kitty Cole if she's spilling Paddy'sº measure!) and6| before Sing Mattins in the Fields,º |2|aringsingd ringsingd ringsengd ringsengda|,2| |5bings Her Heri the Concorant Erho |6and the Referinn Fuchs Gutmann gives us I'llº Bell the |aWorld Welldºa| or The Steeplepoy's Revanger and all Thingavalley knows6|,º5| |sawhen it's dawn for it'sº never dawnºsa| in the dark |sabut till butsa| the deed comes to life,s1| |5and raptist bride is aptestº breed (tha lassy! tha lassy!), and|6, to buoy the hoop within us springing,6| 'tis no timbertar she'll have then in her armsbrace to doll the dallydandle,5| |6our fiery quean,6| |3upon the night of the things of the night of the |asetting up of making to stand upa| the double tet of the oversear of the seize who cometh from the mighty deep and on the night of making Horuse to crihumph over his enemy,3| |2be the holpº of me cope |aand asa| so pluse the riches of the roedshields,2| |5with Elizabeliza blessing the bedpainº at the willbedone
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of Yinko Jinko Randy, come Bastabasco and hippychip eggs,5| she will make a |3suomease3| pair (1and |+singletter singlette|2, jodhpur smalls and tailerlessº|5, a copener's cribful,º leaf, bud and berry, the divlin's own little mammykin mimmykin pussº5| |3(hip, hip, horatia!)3|,º2|+|1) for my old |1comrhade1| Saltymarº |ahere, |2Briganteen-General Sir2| |bA. I.ºb| Magnus, |sbtheº |scflappanorser |7flappenooser flappernooser7|sc|,sb|a| |2|amaster of the good lifebark Ulivengrene of Onslought |bandº the |s3homespumed homespunds3| of her hearthºb|a| (|acuss Fussa| his farther was the norse norse east and Muss his mother was a gluepot) and, gravydock or groovy anker, aº hundred hulldread
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pursunk manowhood,2| who |5(with a chenchen for his delighttimeº and a bonzeye nappin through his doze)5| he is the bettest bluffy blondblubberº |aof an olewidgeona| what |asput a skuttle |bever sput overspatb| a skettlea| in a skib.

|2Cawcaught. Coocaged.2|

|3And Dub did glow that night. |6In Fingal of victories. Cannmatha and Cathlin sang together. And the three shouters of glory-yellingº halfviewed their harps. Surly Tuhal smiled upon drear Darthoola: and Roscranna's bolgaboyo begirlified the daughter of Cormac. The soul of everyelsesbodyº rolled into its olesoleself.6| |5A |adoublemonth moongang doublemonth'sa| licence, lease on mirth, while |7homeymoon hooneymoon7| andº her flame went |7honeysuckling huneysuckling7|. Holyryssia, what boom |+of+| bells! And What battle of bragues on Sandgate where ivry Metº the bobby |aramped a mobbed hisa| bibby |aromping mabbinga| through the ryce!º |aEven Tombs left doss and dunnage down in Demidoff's tomb and drew on the dournailed clogs that Morty Manning left him and legged in by Ghoststown Gate, like Pompei up to date|err,ºerr| with a |bwhiteb| sprig of |bWhiteboysb| heather on his late Luke Elcock's heirloom. And some say they seen old dummydeaf with a leaf of bronze on his cloak so grey|err,ºerr| trooping his colour a pace to the |+rear reire+|. And as owfally posh with his halfcrown jool as if he was the Granjook Meckl or Paster de Grace on the Route de l'Epée. It was joobileejeu that All Sorts' Jour. Freestouters and publicranks, hafts on glaives. You could hear |~them~| swearing threaties on the |+Cymyloga Cymylayaº+| Mountains, man. Tell And giving |bitb| out |btob| the Ould Fathachº and |blouthmouthingb| |~after~| the Healy Mealy with an enfysis to bring down the rain of Tarar. Nevertoletta! Evertomind! The grandest bethehailey seen or heard on earth's conspectrum since Scapeº
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the Goat, that gafr, ate the Suenders |bBible bibleb|.a| |aHadn't we heaven's lamps to hide us? Yet every lane had its lively spark and every spark had hisº several spurtles and each spitfire spurtle had some trick of her trade, a tease for Ted Ned, a nook's nestle for Fred and a peep |7in at7| me mow for Peer Pol. So that Father Matt Hughes looked taytotally threbled.a| |aAnd Buta| Danno the Dane |alooked grimmeda|. Dune.5| |5'Twere yeg will elsecare doatty lanv meet they dewscent hyemn to cannons' roar and rifles'º peal vill shantey soloweys sang|err.!ºerr| |aFor there were no more |bofºb| Tyrrhanees |bandb| forº |bLaxembragher Laxembraghsb| was passthecupper |bto |cin toc|b| Our Lader's.a|5| And it was dim upon the floods only and |ait therea| was day on all the ground.3|

|5|aThen streets spun Thus street spinsa| legends while wharves woves tales but some family fewdsº felt a nick in their name. Old Vickers sate down on their airs and straightened the points of their lace. Red Rowleys popped out of their lairs and asked what was wrong with the race. Mick na Murrough used dripping in layers to shave all the furze off his face. The Burke-Lees and Coyle-Finns paid full feines for their sinns when the Cap and Miss Coolie were roped.5|

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|2With her banbax hoist from holder|err,ºerr| zig for zag through pool and polder, cheap, cheap, cheap and Laughing Jack, all augurs scorenning, see the Bolche your pictures motion and Kitzy Kleinsuessmein eloping for that holm in Finn's Hotel Fiord,º Nova |7Norenning Norening7|. Where they pulled down the kuddle and they made fray and if thee don't look homey|err,err| well|err,ºerr| that Dook can eye Mae.2|

|aHe goat a berth. And she cot a manege. And whoth'sº gorse mundumº ganna wedst.a|

|1Knock knock. War's where! Which war? The twwinns!.º Knock knock. Woos without! Without what? An apple!. Knock knock.1|

The kilder |acame masseda|, |1one, one1| |aten and a hundred then |1ten then1| and uhindreda| |2(harefoot,º birdyhands, herringabone, beesknees),2| and they |abarany dunced |+1barney dunced barneydanskedº+|1|a| a kathareen round to knowº the who and to show the howsome. Why was you hiding, moder of moders? And where was |7hunty hunty,7|
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poppa the gun? |1|+Pointing up to skyless |3haven heaven3| like the spoon out of sergeant major's sergeantmajor's tay.º+|1| Whichº was the worst of them |aphaynix cuplerts phaymix cupplertsa|? |aHe's herd of hoarding and her faiths is |baltered altaredb|. Becoming |7ungoing ungoing,7| their seeming sames for though that liamstone deaf do his part there's a windtreetop whipples the damp off the mourningº. But tellusit allasif wellasits end. And the lunger it takes the swooner they tumble twoº. He knows he's just thrilling and she's sure she'd squeam. The threelegged man and the tulippied dewydress. Lludd hillmythey|3,3| we're brimming to hear|err.!ºerr|a| |aButa| The durst he did and the firstº she ever? Peganeenº |aBurke Bushe|3,3|a| this isn't the polkar, catch as you cancan when high |aletfling land flinga|! And you,º |7Ty Tim7| Tommy |aMaloney |bMoloney Melooney,ºb|a| I'll tell y tittle your |3parents barents3| if you stick that pigpin upinto meh!

So|5,º in the names of the balder and of the sol and of the hollichrost, |aogsoweret ogsowearita|, |atrisexnone,a| and by way of letting the aandt out of her grosskropper and leading the mokes home by their gribes,5| whoopsabout a (1plumpaside plabbaside1) |5of plobbicides5|, |5alaman alemonº,5| poison kerls,º |5on this mounden of Delude, and in the high places of Delude of Isreal, which is Haraharem and the diublin's owld mounden,º over against Viken, Vikens,º5| |2from your |s3tarns,s3| thwaites and thorpes, withes, tofts and fosses, fells, fells, haughs and shaws, lunds, garths and dales,2| |1|+|arounding mensuringºa| the megnominous as |asoa| will is the |alittley littleyesta|, the myrioheartzed with toroidalº coil, the eira area round |awantanajoky wantanajockya|, fin above water and |awater after wave after anda| duckydowndivvy, |2trader arm aslung beauty belt, the formor velican |s3blank andº nana karlikeenaºs3|, sommerladº and (4cinder cinderenda|5, Valtivar and Viv,5|4)2| andº how Big |aBul Bila| Brine Borumoterº first took his gage at lil lolly lavvander waader |5since when capriole legs covets limbs of |athe aa| crane5| and was it the twylyd or the mounth of the |2yore yareº2| or the feint of her smell made the seomen assalt of her (in imageascene all: whimwhim whimwhim).+|1| |3for To3| the laetificationº of disgeneration and by |aeuhumourisation neuhumourisationºa| of (1blank our kristianiasation.1) |5As the last liar in the earth begeylywayled the first lady of the forest. |a|bIf Thoughb| Toot's
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pardoosled sauve l'hummour!
a|5| |3|shFor the joy of the dew on the flower of the fleets on the fields of the foam of the waves of the seas of the wild mainº from Borneholm has jest come to|3|