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

MS British Library 47479 186-187 Draft details

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Such was the act of goth stopping the tolk of Doolin, testies touchwoodº and Shenstone (incooperated)º the chal and his chi, their roammerin over Kaemper Daemper to Jitty de Waarfft, him that grand old man to be that haard of hearing and her the petty tondur with the fix in her changeable eye.º Me lord,º me ladº, he goes with blowbierd.º Then was a little incident that hoppy go lumpy Junuary morn,º |1amudst the |afionnaroyal fionnaregalºa| gaames of those oathmassed fenians,º1| at Inverliffy of the engagement) synnbildising graters and things O nilly not all, here's the first cataraction! As if even she cared an assuan damn! about her harpoons sticking all out of him between the phenian and his psourdonome. Sdrats ye, Gusº Paudheen! Kenny's Methaw to ye,º Dinny Oozle. While the cit was leaking asphaltº like a suburbiaurealis. In his rure was tucking to him like old booths, booths, booths, booths.

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The aged, crafty, numifeed, confusionary, overinsured, everlapsing accentuated Kate clopped, clopped, clopped back and along the danzing corridoor
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not without her complement of men between the two deathdealing allied divisions and the lines of readypresent fire of the corkedagains'º upstored, taken in giving the saloot band your hands going in, bind your heads coming out and remarked.º

— This is time for my |1bottle buttle1|, reflected Mr “Gladstone Browne”º in the toll hut (itº was characteristic of the “man of delgany”).º Dip.

— This is me vulcanite smoking, profused Mr “Bonaparte Nolan”º under the natecup (one feels how one may hereby reekignites the “grand old mahonagy”)º. Dip.

— And this |1blank is defender of defeater of defaulter of deformer of the funst man in Danelagh, willingtoned in with this glance dowen his browen and that born appalled noodlum the panelite pair's cummal delimitator, odding: |aOliver White, he's as tiff as unread shee'sº tight.a| And thisens his speak quite hoarse. Dip.º1|
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