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VI.A: Scribbledehobble

Facsimile edition: James Joyce Archive vol. 28, ed. Danis Rose.
Print edition: James Joyce's Scribbledehobble (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1961), ed. Thomas Connolly.
Manuscript: Buffalo VI.A.: handwriting A and B Notebook details
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Index
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Personal 1
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Chamber Music (49) 11
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The Sisters (55) 21
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An Encounter (53) 31
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Araby   41
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Eveline (67) 51
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After the Race (62) 61
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Two Gallants   71
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The Boarding House   81
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A Little Cloud   91
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Counterparts   101
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Clay   111
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A Painful Case (123) 121
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Ivy Day in the Committee Room 131
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A Mother (143) 141
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Grace (153) 151
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A Portrait of the Artist as a young man (part I) (172) 171
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〃 (part II) (192) 191
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〃 (part III) 211
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〃 (part IV) 231
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〃 (part V) (252) 251
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Exiles I. (273) 271
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〃 II. (304) 301
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〃 III. 331
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Telemachus (362) 361
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Nestor   391
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Proteus (402) 401
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Calypso (432) 431
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Lotuseaters (462) 461
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Hades (482) 481
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Eolus (513) 511
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Lestrygonians (542) 541
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Scylla & Charybdis 571 (572)
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Wandering Rocks 591
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Sirens (623) 621
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Cyclops (643) 641
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Nausikaa (683) 681
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Oxen of the Sun (722) 721
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Circe (764) 741
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Eumeus (806) 801
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Ithaca (852) 851
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Penelope (904) 901
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Books   971
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Words (985) 981
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Names (1002) 1001
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Books (1112) 1011
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PERSONAL
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CHAMBER MUSIC
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TS Eliot ends idea of poetry for ladies.
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THE SISTERS
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Arabian nights, serial stories, tales within tales,
Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.title-page
Note: Also a description ot the style. See also: SA (VI.A):0571(n)
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to be continued, ~ Green
Hence the Persian proverb, “Báki-e-dastán fardá” (the rest of the tale tomorrow), said to askers of silly questions. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.164.n.2 [on defering the end of a story until another time]
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~
Hence the Persian proverb, “Báki-e-dastán fardá” (the rest of the tale tomorrow), said to askers of silly questions. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.164.n,2 [on defering the end of a story until another time]
Note: Another use of SA (VI.A):0021(c)
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~
Hence the Persian proverb, “Báki-e-dastán fardá” (the rest of the tale tomorrow), said to askers of silly questions. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.164.n.2 [on defering the end of a story until another time]
Note: Another use of SA (VI.A):0021(c), but FW 626.18 is unlikely to be from this notebook.
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desperate story telling,
[suggested by background of the Recueil] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
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one caps another to reproduce a / rambling mockheroic tale (L. G.) ~
[suggested by theme] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
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~ Scharazad's feat / impossible:
[suggested by theme] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
Note: The story of The Nights in outline is this. Once upon a time a king named Shahryar, on learning that his first wife was unfaithful to him, chose to marry a fresh virgin each day, as well as to behead the previous day's wife, so that she would have no opportunity to be unfaithful. The 1001st virgin encountered in this murderous way was Shahrazad, the extraordinarily literate, erudite and beautiful daughter of the grand vizier. Against her father's wishes, she schemed to spend one night with the king, and, once in his chambers, asked if she might bid a last farewell to her sister, Dunyazade (Donyazad), who had secretly been prepared to ask Shahrazad to tell a story during the long night. The king lay awake and listened as Scheherazade told her first story. The night passed by, and Scheherazade stopped in the middle. The king asked her to finish, but Scheherazade said that she could not, as dawn was breaking. AT this, the king spared her life for a day so she could finish the story the folllowing night. That night, Shahrazad finished the first story and then began a second, even more exciting tale, which she again stopped halfway through on the day dawning. And once again the king spared her life for another day so that she could finish the second story. Annd so it continued, without seam, for 1,001 nights, and 1,000 stories. Over the course of the tale-telling, the king had fallen in love with Shahrazad, and, in the end, he took her as wife. And they all lived happily thereafter.
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Once upon a time.
I have been careful to preserve the balanced sentences with which the tales open; the tautology and the prose-rhyme serving to attract attention, e.g., “In days of yore and in times long gone before there was a King,” etc.; in England where we strive not to waste words this becomes “Once upon a time.” The closings also are artfully calculated, by striking a minor chord after the rush and hurry of the incidents, to suggest repose: “And they led the most pleasurable of lives and the most delectable, till there came to them the Destroyer of delights and the Severer of societies and they became as though they had never been.” Place this by the side of Boccaccio's favourite formulae: Egli conquisto poi la Scozia, e funne re coronato (ii, 3); Et onorevolmente visse infino alia fine (ii, 4); Molte volte goderono del loro amore: Iddio faccia noi goder del nostro (iii, 6) : E cosi nella sua grossezza si rimase e ancor vi si sta (vi, 8). We have further docked this tail into: “And they lived happily ever after.” Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.162-3
Note: Cf FW 20.23f (BL-476a-146), probably not from this notebook.
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So they put on / the kettle and made tea and if they don't live / happy that you and I may, Red
[Burton writes of formulaic endings of the Stories. A common ending of fairy-tales is “So they put on the kettle and made tea. If they don't live happy ever after that you and I may”]. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
Note: The words ‘So they put on’ are not crossed through. Second use was entered in September 1938, and possibly does not derive from this notebook.
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there was a certain / convent full of fools, Orange
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Yet some of his expressions are admirably terse and telling, e.g. = Transparent as a good man's heart: There was a certain convent full of fools: Dazed with scripture-reading: The stones could not help laughing at him: … Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.161.n
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priest after peck kisses / W's cunt bless you, my girl, pray for me: Orange
[relevance is obscure, but note is bawdily irrelegious] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.000
Note: Only the word ‘priest’ is crossed through.
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1001 Nights
The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) [title]
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Decameron,
And now, after considering the matter, I will glance at the language and style of The Nights. The first point to remark is the peculiarly happy framework of the Recueil [anthology], which I cannot but suspect set an example to the Decamerone and its host of successors. [Footnote: Boccaccio (ob. Dec. 2, 1375), may easily have heard of The Thousand Nights and a Night or of its archetype the Hazár Afsánah. He was followed by the Piacevoli Notti of Giovan Francisco Straparola (A.D. 1550)) translated into almost all European languages but English: the original Italian is now rare. Then came the Heptameron ou Histoire des amans fortunez of Marguerite d'Angoulême, Reyne de Navarre and only sister of Francis I. She died in 1549 before the days were finished: in 1558 Pierre Boaistuan published the Histoire des amans fortunez and in 1559 Claude Guiget the “Heptameron.” Next is the Hexameron of A. de Torquemada, Rouen, 1610; and, lastly, the Pentamerone or El Cunto de li Cunte of Giambattista Basile (Naples 1637), known by the meagre abstract of J. E. Taylor and the caricatures of George Cruikshank (London 1847-50). I propose to translate this Pentamerone direct from the Neapolitan and have already finished half the work. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.160 [B. THE MANNER OF THE NIGHTS.]
Note: The Decameron [or Decamerone], subtitled Prince Galehaut and written in the vernacular of the Florentine language, is a masterful collection of novellas by Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375). The book is structured as a frame story containing 100 tales told by a group of seven young women and three young men sheltering from the Black Death in a secluded villa close to the disease-afflicted city of Florence. The various tales of love in the book range from the erotic to the tragic. In addition to its literary value and widespread influence (for example on Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales), it provides a document of life at the time.
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Interpreters = at point of death,
Origen mutilated [castrated] himself after interpreting too rigorously Matth. xix. 12, and was duly excommunicated Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) ?x.228.n
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Story of the invalid pensioner:
[imitative notion] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
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the story of the pious haberdasher in heaven:
[imitative notion for new Recueil] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
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the story of how Buckley shot the Russian General:
[imitative notion] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
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the story of Tristan and Isolde: Blue
[imitative notion] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
Note: Cf. FW 113.18-19. This unit appears crossed out blue over red crayon.
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the story of the house of the 100 bottles: Green
[imitative notion] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0511(e). The words ‘the 100 bottles’ appear crossed out in red over faint green crayon.
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the story of the methodist minister of Monkstown:
[imitative notion] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
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in the name of the poker and of the tongs when the child is christened we'll all sing songs:
[suggested] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.
Note: In the name of Allah.
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Folk's brother (a fool): Red
  • FW unlocated
[unlocated] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) ii
Note: Cf. FW 526.15 BL-482b-089 JJA 58:053 III.3A.2
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gape of the ~
And thus did they fend off the foe from the gape of the cave Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) ii. 254
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~ cave: Blue
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And thus did they fend off the foe from the gape of the cave Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) ii.254
Note: See SD2 (VI.A):752(g) (FW 016.03)
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infidels (RC): ~
The Infidels passed that night in joy and jubilee and wine-bibbing; and, as soon as it was dawn, the two armies drew out with the swart of spear and the blanch of blade.” Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) ii. 269
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~ swart of spear: ~
The Infidels passed that night in joy and jubilee and wine-bibbing; and, as soon as it was dawn, the two armies drew out with the swart of spear and the blanch of blade.” Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) ii. 269
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~ blanch of blade:
The Infidels passed that night in joy and jubilee and wine-bibbing; and, as soon as it was dawn, the two armies drew out with the swart of spear and the blanch of blade.” Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) ii. 269
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abated her maidenhead: Red
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So Nur al-Din turned to her at once and clasping her to his bosom, sucked first her upper lip and then her under lip and slid his tongue between the twain into her mouth. Then he rose to her and found her a pearl … So he abated her maidenhead and had of her amorous delight and there was knitted between them a love-bond which might never know breach nor severance. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) [variously, e.g. volume II, 302]
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the boy (Jesus) at whose name all knees shall knock together:
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line womanhood's treasure, wee of waist and hefty of hip:
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sofa of softness: Blue
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a dogsbark off:
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a simpleton's error must be repeated:
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going round about his holy house = squarepushing:
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admired with vast admiration:
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whose heart I broke (God preserve him):
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sniffed the zephyrs of health:
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she tossed on the couch of separation and her eyes were blackened by the punch of sleeplessness:
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read & understood:
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50th day now when he sneezed:
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violent the people:
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chief of populace (beggar):
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W made of / crooked rib, straighten you break her: Blue
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Note: See also: N42 (VI.B.31):067(d)
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road long as the strophes of Omar:
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a bowl of merest pisse:
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fish stinks first at head, oak withers at top:
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Ireland's men:
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the effeminate one (tonsured one):
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I am a judge:
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went out under him (died):
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cock's ill = God's will: Red
  • FW unlocated
Here the exclamation [“Mahallah!”] wards off the Evil Eye from the Sword and the wearer: Mr Payne notes, “the old English exclamation “Cock's 'ill” (i..e. God's will, thus corrupted for the purpose of evading the statute of 3 Jac i. against profane swearing) exactly corresponds to the Arabic” — with a difference, I add. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.52.n
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Fatimah the Dung,
Then King Ma'aruf called aloud to some of his attendants, who came in haste, and he told them what his wife Fatimah the Dung had done and bade them to take her and lay her in a place till the morning. They did his bidding, and next day he gave her in charge to a number of eunuchs, who washed her and shrouded her and made her a tomb1 and buried her. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.53
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affected to the service of:
Then came in to him his cup-companions of the notables according to their custom, and sat with him by way of solace and diversion, till midnight, when they craved permission to withdraw. He gave them leave and they retired to their houses; after which there came in to him a slave-girl affected to the service of his bed, who spread him the mattress and doffing his apparel, clad him in his sleeping-gown. Then he lay down and she kneaded his feet, till sleep over-powered him ; whereupon she withdrew to her own chamber and slept. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.47-8
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silver / key (Lsd) Green
Each bazar, in a large city like Damascus, has its tall and heavy wooden doors which are locked every evening and opened in the morning by the Ghafir or guard. The “silver key,” however, always lets one in. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.13.n.3
SA (VI.A) : 021(bd)
wail is [wishing]:
[unlocated] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
SA (VI.A) : 021(be)
I will bring food:
[unlocated] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.000
SA (VI.A) : 021(bf)
gen. manager = God:
[unlocated] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
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Allah trust thy nose:
[unlocated] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
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his breast was broadened:
When the answer reached the Wazir, he rejoiced and his breast was broadened, for that he was passionately in love with her. He bade set food before all the folk, saying, “Eat; this is my bride-feast; for I purpose to go in to the Princess Dunya this night.” Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.44
SA (VI.A) : 021(bi)
multiplied words:
[unlocated] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
SA (VI.A) : 021(bj)
daughters of the [chin]:
[unlocated, but Arabic style of expression] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
SA (VI.A) : 021(bk)
twins of face (fesses, yeux): Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: In The Nights, this is a commonplace description of cheeks, breasts, teeth, lips; e.g. “And the pair of twin pomegranates that my eyes discovered there,” or “a bosom like a jewel, breasts like twin pomegrates.”
Note: Cf. FW 461.02
SA (VI.A) : 021(bl)
queen of teatable & W.C.:
SA (VI.A) : 021(bm)
no harm in that, said Manfred:
SA (VI.A) : 021(bn)
Begin a story of A & B, then B & C, C & D.
[stratagem adopted in the Tales] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
SA (VI.A) : 021(bo)
She sat on the face of many a smiling countryside:
SA (VI.A) : 021(bp)
answered the gentle, the male:
SA (VI.A) : 021(bq)
slept / between blankets: Green
Note: See also N19 (VI.B.19):072(e)
SA (VI.A) : 021(br)
she introjuiced Angostura bitters:
SA (VI.A) : 021(bs)
house of son's rest: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: Cf. FW 475.23 BL-482b-063 JJA 58:005 III.3A.1. See also: N01 (VI.B.10):028(f)
SA (VI.A) : 021(bt)
an accident happened:
SA (VI.A) : 021(bu)
girl's school:
SA (VI.A) : 021(bv)
who? who but —
SA (VI.A) : 021(bw)
25 chair [??] sat down upon 25 chairs.

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SA (VI.A) : 022(a)
[The material on pages 22-30 is in handwriting ‘D’ and was entered at a much later date.]
Note: See also: SD1 (VI.A):022(a)

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SA (VI.A) : 031(a)
AN ENCOUNTER
SA (VI.A) : 031(b)
Barber's story (1001 N.) self & onanism:
[story title]: The Barber's Story. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0021(l), SA (VI.A):0571(n) and SA (VI.A):0981(m)
SA (VI.A) : 031(c)
on booby trap: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 031(d)
Gigantism: Blue
[From the ‘Introduction’ by Frank Harris] On the other hand [Shaw] excuses Wilde's perversion as pathological, as hereditary ‘giantism,’ and so lightens the darkest shadows just as he has toned doown the lights. To return for a moment to Ladfy Wilde. You know that there is a disease called giantism, caused by ‘a certain morbid process in the sphenoid bone of the skull — viz., an excessive development of the anterior lobe of the pitutiary body’ (this is from the nearest encyclopaedia. George Bernard Shaw, “Memories of Oscar Wilde” in Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde (New York, 1918) 4
SA (VI.A) : 031(e)
great white catterpillar: Blue
Now Oscar was an overgrown man, with something not quite normal about his bigness — something that made Lady Colin Campbell, who hated him, describe him as ‘that great white caterpillar.’ George Bernard Shaw, “Memories of Oscar Wilde” in Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde (New York, 1918) 17
SA (VI.A) : 031(f)
dear Pater:
“Oh, no, Frank,” he chided, “everyone sat at my feet even then. But Pater was a very great man. Dear Pater! ...” Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) 48
SA (VI.A) : 031(g)
Pater kissed OW's hand:
“... I really talked as if inspired, and when I paused, Pater — the stiff, quiet, silent Pater — suddenly slipped from his seat and knelt down by me and kissed my hand. ...” Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) 49
SA (VI.A) : 031(h)
Vyvyan:
xxxx Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) 175
SA (VI.A) : 031(i)
rented (ricatto)
SA (VI.A) : 031(j)
Oscar = beggar:
SA (VI.A) : 031(k)
scarlet thing of Dvojark:
[footnote by Frank Harris] I had already marked it down to put in this popular edition of my book that Wilde continually pretended to a knowledge of music which he had not got. He could not tell one tune from another, but he loved to talk of that “scarlet thing of Dvorak,” hoping in this way to be accepted as a real critic of music, when he knew nothing about it and cared even less. His eulogies of music and painting betrayed him continually though he did not know it. George Bernard Shaw, “Memories of Oscar Wilde” in Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde (New York, 1918) 20
SA (VI.A) : 031(l)
[The remainder of the material on this page is in handwriting ‘D’ and was entered at a much later date.]
Note: See also: SD1 (VI.A):031(a)

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[The material on pages 32-40 is in handwriting ‘D’ and was entered at a much later date.]
Note: See also: SD1 (VI.A):032(a)

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SA (VI.A) : 041(a)
ARABY
SA (VI.A) : 041(b)
[The remainder of the material on this page is in handwriting ‘D’ and was entered at a much later date.]
Note: See also: SD1 (VI.A):041(a)

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SA (VI.A) : 042(a)
[The material on pages 42-47 is in handwriting ‘D’ and was entered at a much later date.]
Note: See also: SD1 (VI.A):042(a)

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EVELINE
SA (VI.A) : 051(b)
brunchicle: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 051(c)
gullible's travels Red
SA (VI.A) : 051(d)
ma laughed that / fat that after that when she sat flat on her / fat arks they was all sheeks Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 051(e)
rosynose:
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0051(al)
SA (VI.A) : 051(f)
Tidbids:
SA (VI.A) : 051(g)
she yawned — dosilafa |asigha|: Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 051(h)
meredola:
SA (VI.A) : 051(i)
dinky / pinks: Red
Note: See SA (VI.A):0271(q)
SA (VI.A) : 051(j)
her wet map:
SA (VI.A) : 051(k)
her tongue her lipstick:
SA (VI.A) : 051(l)
she walked alone from school: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: Only the words ‘alone from school’ are crossed through
SA (VI.A) : 051(m)
told her friends pop / walked zigzag: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: Only the word ‘told’ is crossed through
SA (VI.A) : 051(n)
man followed:
SA (VI.A) : 051(o)
books she read:
SA (VI.A) : 051(p)
her wit F.P. (figpie [?] not fireplug):
SA (VI.A) : 051(q)
she went in for the intermejet:
SA (VI.A) : 051(r)
weather was mean:
SA (VI.A) : 051(s)
she doremeed:
SA (VI.A) : 051(t)
niggerboggers: Red
Note: knickerbocker: loose-fitting breeches, gathered in at the knee. The name is reputed to have been given to them from their resemblance to the knee-breeches of the Dutchmen in Cruikshank's illustrations to W. Irving's History of New York. (Knickerbocker is the pretended author of the History.)
SA (VI.A) : 051(u)
pretty! what d'ye call it?:
SA (VI.A) : 051(v)
pluckily / for the lake was quite wet the ducky little / ferryboat plucked up her petticoats and off ~
SA (VI.A) : 051(w)
~ she waded ~ Orange
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 051(x)
~ for Ballinalure:
SA (VI.A) : 051(y)
rough weather in pond:
SA (VI.A) : 051(z)
cat's cradle:
SA (VI.A) : 051(aa)
ate fishes'eyes:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ab)
come indoor, our penny:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ac)
bottoms of her feet: soles of her back:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ad)
ate strawberries and got marks:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ae)
not she!:
SA (VI.A) : 051(af)
presents her compts:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ag)
fine pictures (cine) see round, touch little different, visual cycle:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ah)
kicks under table:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ai)
when thought of silver mail got silver scales:
SA (VI.A) : 051(aj)
once read a book:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ak)
too well to eat: Orange
Note: SA (VI.A):0051(an), and not this unit, may be the one crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 051(al)
rosy / nose: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0051(e)
SA (VI.A) : 051(am)
the glad (eye):
SA (VI.A) : 051(an)
analfabeta:
Note: This unit, and not ‘too well to eat’ (SA (VI.A):0051(ak)), may be the one crossed through. See also N03 (VI.B.3):143(a).
SA (VI.A) : 051(ao)
Is's fortune (Lsd):
SA (VI.A) : 051(ap)
Is & Pop beat time in church:
SA (VI.A) : 051(aq)
il miele Is bows in 5 cities:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ar)
her letter, illustrated, don't tell him:
SA (VI.A) : 051(as)
she travels with a lady:
SA (VI.A) : 051(at)
grass in eleph, snoot:
SA (VI.A) : 051(au)
in her veins ran a mixture: Orange
SA (VI.A) : 051(av)
Is in the playroom:
SA (VI.A) : 051(aw)
mouth vowed to pure beauty: Red
SA (VI.A) : 051(ax)
not a breath against her: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 051(ay)
laughing, at the / same time delightfully: Red
SA (VI.A) : 051(az)
her journey Belfast-Dublin, change of porters (H.B.P.). girls have no heads:
SA (VI.A) : 051(ba)
origlia:
SA (VI.A) : 051(bb)
sorry when dinner over:
SA (VI.A) : 051(bc)
York on map red (rose):
SA (VI.A) : 051(bd)
Mary Ann she is very fond of flirting, Mary Ann she is very fond of tea: Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 051(be)
which way are you going? why?: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 051(bf)
wash me in milk, dry me in silk, bury me under 3 marble stones:
SA (VI.A) : 051(bg)
Is milked Dan Tollan — without indecent exposure — near Fox and Geese every Tuesday and Friday:
SA (VI.A) : 051(bh)
ah sure she was only funning: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0901(bt)
SA (VI.A) : 051(bi)
Sure, treasure, a woman does be often saying / the things that do have no sense at all: Green
Note: This unit was also partly crossed out in orange. [SA51]
SA (VI.A) : 051(bj)
my dearest mother:
SA (VI.A) : 051(bk)
dear father Lally:
SA (VI.A) : 051(bl)
like me, so was I, so do I. Blue
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):104(e)
Note: Entered by Sheet i-10(b). This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’). Only the words ‘so was I’ are crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 051(bm)
you are wanting. Blue
  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):110(b)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 061(a)
AFTER THE RACE
SA (VI.A) : 061(b)
leavetaking tram:
SA (VI.A) : 061(c)
dog after victoria:
SA (VI.A) : 061(d)
Pop enters, ‘I am very well’:
SA (VI.A) : 061(e)
hotwashed knives Blue
SA (VI.A) : 061(f)
tiltcart:
SA (VI.A) : 061(g)
muniment room: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 061(h)
court of pye poudre (pied / poudreux): Green
Note: 580
SA (VI.A) : 061(i)
140 sittings (church):
SA (VI.A) : 061(j)
chapter clerk:
SA (VI.A) : 061(k)
triforium:
SA (VI.A) : 061(l)
finial:
SA (VI.A) : 061(m)
chantry:
Note: Chantry: chanting (of the Mass). See also: N35 (VI.B.24):232(c).
SA (VI.A) : 061(n)
westernmost: Red
SA (VI.A) : 061(o)
gems for eyes (sculpt):
SA (VI.A) : 061(p)
cumbry:
SA (VI.A) : 061(q)
piscine:
SA (VI.A) : 061(r)
cresting:
SA (VI.A) : 061(s)
tearbottles in:
SA (VI.A) : 061(t)
Breeches Bible 1595: Not cancelled
Note: : An issue of the whole Bible appeared in 1560, the so-called Genevan Bible, popularly also known as the Breeches Bible, from its rendering of Gen. iii. 7, “They sewed fig leaves together and made themselves breeeches.” The popularity of this version was so great that between 1560 and 1644 at least 1430 editions of it were published, and this in spite of its not being allowed for use in the churches.
SA (VI.A) : 061(u)
figure of Ceodwalla for Henry VII (cf Lady Astor, Curzon):
SA (VI.A) : 061(v)
visited by same fate:
SA (VI.A) : 061(w)
But McPartland was there first. Yes, sir. He was. Down he put his hand and etc.
SA (VI.A) : 061(x)
I.R.A. paint grass green:
SA (VI.A) : 061(y)
driver of atmospheric rlwy:
SA (VI.A) : 061(z)
band marches:
SA (VI.A) : 061(aa)
trees let down their crowns: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 061(ab)
stops:
SA (VI.A) : 061(ac)
Bovril scenery Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 061(ad)
Jim etc.:
SA (VI.A) : 061(ae)
driver congratulated:
SA (VI.A) : 061(af)
horse in tram:
SA (VI.A) : 061(ag)
steel horse:
SA (VI.A) : 061(ah)
horse, gold ungulate :
SA (VI.A) : 061(ai)
Rinxent (Ringsend):
SA (VI.A) : 061(aj)
sun at other window:
SA (VI.A) : 061(ak)
horse & tree:
SA (VI.A) : 061(al)
discussion in resting taxi (Huddleston):
SA (VI.A) : 061(am)
Mrs Wiggy:
SA (VI.A) : 061(an)
streamlined boiler:
SA (VI.A) : 061(ao)
seasickness:

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SA (VI.A) : 064(a)
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SA (VI.A) : 067(a)
[Pages 67-70 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 51]

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SA (VI.A) : 071(a)
TWO GALLANTS
SA (VI.A) : 071(b)
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SA (VI.A) : 081(a)
THE BOARDING HOUSE
SA (VI.A) : 081(b)
Alf Bergan's soirée:
SA (VI.A) : 081(c)
[The remaining entries on this page comprise a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 81]

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A LITTLE CLOUD
SA (VI.A) : 091(b)
Cruelty of sexual idiocy (Desdemona):
SA (VI.A) : 091(c)
[The remaining entries on this page comprise a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 91]

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SA (VI.A) : 101(a)
COUNTERPARTS
SA (VI.A) : 101(b)
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SA (VI.A) : 111(a)
CLAY
SA (VI.A) : 111(b)
gentlemen horse (stallion):
SA (VI.A) : 111(c)
Sie studiert immer etwas:
SA (VI.A) : 111(d)
murders child
SA (VI.A) : 111(e)
[The remaining entries on this page comprise a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 111]

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SA (VI.A) : 121(a)
A PAINFUL CASE
SA (VI.A) : 121(b)
(Pop (sits back to sea:
SA (VI.A) : 121(c)
Naturfreund: Red
SA (VI.A) : 121(d)
saving daylight: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 121(e)
his Anglican ethics:
SA (VI.A) : 121(f)
the noise of explosion was so disagreeable that the night polishman retired into his box and slept:
SA (VI.A) : 121(g)
he sang sweet sacrament:
SA (VI.A) : 121(h)
R J. Dodd since old times think he was a hundred:
SA (VI.A) : 121(i)
Solicthur's: writing pen:
SA (VI.A) : 121(j)
went with whore as an / aperitif: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 121(k)
General X — kept gen. drapery stores:
SA (VI.A) : 121(l)
his year made up of anniversaries: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 121(m)
broken check:
SA (VI.A) : 121(n)
la mia signora:
SA (VI.A) : 121(o)
in WC blotting paper:
SA (VI.A) : 121(p)
spittoon:
SA (VI.A) : 121(q)
doorplate — polish yr feet etc. Green
SA (VI.A) : 121(r)
sleeps in park, paper over face:
SA (VI.A) : 121(s)
joy to sit under a grating:
SA (VI.A) : 121(t)
breeks on bed:
SA (VI.A) : 121(u)
publishes description of Is:
SA (VI.A) : 121(v)
specs at back:
SA (VI.A) : 121(w)
protected by beechtree umbrella:
SA (VI.A) : 121(x)
he likes the orbits (San frimeth?):Brown
SA (VI.A) : 121(y)
Roob-Coccola: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 121(z)
ornary (ordinary):
SA (VI.A) : 121(aa)
thicks Red
SA (VI.A) : 121(ab)
Pop likes / happy finale W.W. Kelly: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 121(ac)
no 7073 200th Street: Mr 72,819:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ad)
takes Is for walk, explains:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ae)
to see people come back from Fairyhouse:
SA (VI.A) : 121(af)
P recites / verse:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ag)
Daddy De Wyer, bag of broth, Blue
Note: See also N05 (VI.B.2):122(d)
SA (VI.A) : 121(ah)
King O'Toole, Green
Note: See also N20 (VI.B.13):195(a) and N12 (VI.B.14):143(l).
SA (VI.A) : 121(ai)
King Harman,
SA (VI.A) : 121(aj)
O'Neill, boot / king: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: The word ‘king’ is not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 121(ak)
where's (general) Mike?:
SA (VI.A) : 121(al)
il miele / fe in cisa la pui santa: Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 121(am)
cucinà col burro butino:
SA (VI.A) : 121(an)
boni ravia: Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 121(ao)
tramontana suffia:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ap)
Royalty! Blue
SA (VI.A) : 121(aq)
Eng. bible heroes = Irish chiefs:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ar)
Pop ‘all holla, holla, holla’:
SA (VI.A) : 121(as)
eats in / shirtsleeves: Red
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):131(a)
SA (VI.A) : 121(at)
smbdy begins tale & stops yawning:
SA (VI.A) : 121(au)
best father does seem:
SA (VI.A) : 121(av)
and make him a good boy:
SA (VI.A) : 121(aw)
Pop angry with weather loose string for tie:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ax)
whiskers inside or outside bedclothes:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ay)
Pop wears 2 pr socks:
SA (VI.A) : 121(az)
Peter Wright offers cigar before dinner tastes & smells medicine & says ‘that's —’:
SA (VI.A) : 121(ba)
blew nose & spat in bank (TMH):
SA (VI.A) : 121(bb)
go into village at teatime:
SA (VI.A) : 121(bc)
lady put on vest & coat [words illegible]:
SA (VI.A) : 121(bd)
fond of hot Jamaica & often spoke of buying blocks for Xmas fire:
SA (VI.A) : 121(be)
Irish fat (HBK Capt Murphy Kilom Con Curran):
SA (VI.A) : 121(bf)
tell him to take the blue Melton (hawker):
SA (VI.A) : 121(bg)
my fat is down:
SA (VI.A) : 121(bh)
stinking old bundle of rags (perfect lady):
SA (VI.A) : 121(bi)
played in what plays:

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IVY DAY IN THE COMMITTEE ROOM
SA (VI.A) : 131(b)
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SA (VI.A) : 141(a)
A MOTHER
SA (VI.A) : 141(b)
gathered to her mothers:
SA (VI.A) : 141(c)
foremothers:
SA (VI.A) : 141(d)
W pays taxes:
SA (VI.A) : 141(e)
vote.
SA (VI.A) : 141(f)
Mum afraid in park:
SA (VI.A) : 141(g)
Mrs and Mr Agnes Farrelly:
SA (VI.A) : 141(h)
Aunt J. salutes when Berty enters:
SA (VI.A) : 141(i)
Railway woman ~
SA (VI.A) : 141(j)
~ Janesdaughter: Red
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):126(g)
SA (VI.A) : 141(k)
mother in black after 40, in tears runs from table viva in capel,
SA (VI.A) : 141(l)
Papa Fernandez: O Johnny / I'd like to be rolling yr hoop: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0803(z)

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GRACE
SA (VI.A) : 151(b)
([word illegible)] House of Laity:
SA (VI.A) : 151(c)
House of Clergy:
SA (VI.A) : 151(d)
S. Patrick drove serpent from Ireland before he had time to whisper his secret in W's ear — hinc illae lacrimae:
SA (VI.A) : 151(e)
how do you do, Mr. Patrick: Blue
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0591(b)
SA (VI.A) : 151(f)
Kevin tells story of Patrick (WBY & GM):
SA (VI.A) : 151(g)
he went to House of Commons to give tongue a rest:
SA (VI.A) : 151(h)
Kevin bites his nails, ring of thorns round head:
SA (VI.A) : 151(i)
fellah ~ Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: Also crossed through in blue.
SA (VI.A) : 151(j)
~ chap bloke:
SA (VI.A) : 151(k)
confession of S. Disgusting:
SA (VI.A) : 151(l)
Patrick, O'Phadrick, Fatrick, ~
SA (VI.A) : 151(m)
~ Hatrick, ~ Green
SA (VI.A) : 151(n)
~ Atrigg, Macatrick etc:
SA (VI.A) : 151(o)
Father Caffrey's sermon on Judas:
SA (VI.A) : 151(p)
S. Pat explains multiplication of fishes, volume identical (invariato) = nona:
SA (VI.A) : 151(q)
a minor catholic:
SA (VI.A) : 151(r)
theological peasants:
SA (VI.A) : 151(s)
say it to me outside:
SA (VI.A) : 151(t)
you clods: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also N07 (VI.X.2):a02(m)
SA (VI.A) : 151(u)
S. Patrick infant prodigy:
SA (VI.A) : 151(v)
make lector disbelieve, same thing happen to 3:
SA (VI.A) : 151(w)
Ragnar Lodbrog.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):076(d)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 151(x)
Most but beauti-/ful woman in the world.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):108(f)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 151(y)
Passionately fond of.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):109(d)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 151(z)
Tragidian
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):118(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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THE DEAD
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A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN (.I.)
SA (VI.A) : 171(b)
I'll bring you down with a feather (Dante):
SA (VI.A) : 171(c)
all the bespectable people had to walk home through the common fields:
SA (VI.A) : 171(d)
OG kicks down backdoor as greeting:

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SA (VI.A) : 191(a)
A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN (.II.)
SA (VI.A) : 191(b)
yellowgreen, Green
SA (VI.A) : 191(c)
yellow looking feel lowlooking,
SA (VI.A) : 191(d)
tinfaced coppercoloured juicyeyed [?] herring pecking tanyard duck,
SA (VI.A) : 191(e)
Fr. MacDonnell S. J. explains ‘infernal’:
SA (VI.A) : 191(f)
it expanded the bosom of George Stanislaus Dempsey to expound to a narrow classroom the expanses of the riverful lakerich mountainmottled woodwild continent of North America by him lately but not too late discovered:

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A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN (.III.)
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A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN (.IV.)
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A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN (.V.)
SA (VI.A) : 251(b)
George Clancy ‘his equal’ c'est égal:
SA (VI.A) : 251(c)
every journey from Ireland is a flight into Egypt:
SA (VI.A) : 251(d)
I was fire / and I drank it:Red
SA (VI.A) : 251(e)
Stinking goat M. L.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):070(g)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’). See also N14 (VI.B.7):078(b).
SA (VI.A) : 251(f)
Funny Fitz. Div. Comm
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):081(c)
Note: “Funny Fitz” at FW 211.14 (I.8:1.3) was entered too early to have derived from this part of the notebook. The unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 251(g)
Lay reader
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):089(d)
Blue Note: Transferred to N35 (VI.B.24):142(h), immediate source of 573.35. This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 271(a)
EXILES (I.)
SA (VI.A) : 271(b)
Prezioso thought anniversies silly:
SA (VI.A) : 271(c)
on the N. E. slope of the dunghill the slanteyed hen of the Grogans scrutinised p.c. from Boston (Mass) of the 12th of the 4th to dearest Elly from her loving sister with 4½ kisses: Red
SA (VI.A) : 271(d)
Morning Room. In central armchair Vanderpyl in white house costume, unshaven, shirt unbuttoned, shaggy chest, pipe, legs crossed reads art magazine with exclamations. R. French maid dusts piano. Lefts Mrs Vanderpyl directs.
SA (VI.A) : 271(e)
Vanderpyl farts silently:
SA (VI.A) : 271(f)
Movement of Mrs V, then of maid. Vanderpyl turns page:
SA (VI.A) : 271(g)
Maid (having finished) Faut-il ouvrir la fenêtre?
SA (VI.A) : 271(h)
Mrs Vanderpyl — Un peu. (Maid does so and exits)
SA (VI.A) : 271(i)
Mrs Vanderpyl — Naechste Mal der Du das tuest denk das wir da sind. Glaubst Du dass wir Keine Nase haben?
SA (VI.A) : 271(j)
Vanderpyl (looks up) Wann du dem Magd ‘un Pot’ sagst dass das ein wenig heisst?
SA (VI.A) : 271(k)
Mrs Vanderpyl — Und …?
SA (VI.A) : 271(l)
Vanderpyl — Und das heisst ‘Topf’.
SA (VI.A) : 271(m)
Mrs Vanderpyl — Topf?
SA (VI.A) : 271(n)
Vanderpyl — Jawohl. Topf. Wassertopf. Blementopf. Irgenwelcher Topf. Nachttopf.
SA (VI.A) : 271(o)
Mrs Vanderpyl — Einer solcher brauchst Du (exit).
SA (VI.A) : 271(p)
How many days voyage out?
SA (VI.A) : 271(q)
dinky / pinks (drink): Red
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0051(i)
SA (VI.A) : 271(r)
crazy chump: Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 271(s)
soppy:
SA (VI.A) : 271(t)
sleep in open air = rheum:
SA (VI.A) : 271(u)
fumeterre:
SA (VI.A) : 271(v)
qu'en dirait-on?
SA (VI.A) : 271(w)
Trist = teetotaller:
SA (VI.A) : 271(x)
mes sentiments:
SA (VI.A) : 271(y)
thank jazzband chess casino:
SA (VI.A) : 271(z)
Tintagel: hot water bottle:
SA (VI.A) : 271(aa)
Trist (hawker):
SA (VI.A) : 271(ab)
Sotty (Is) wants a good dinner:
SA (VI.A) : 271(ac)
cervoise (Trist boit):
SA (VI.A) : 271(ad)
Dame Brangaene (log. Sy):
SA (VI.A) : 271(ae)
dance by moon:
SA (VI.A) : 271(af)
T. uncle Sy avuncular:
SA (VI.A) : 271(ag)
[Edivenal, Gorvenal]:
SA (VI.A) : 271(ah)
Queen of Cornwall:
SA (VI.A) : 271(ai)
speaks in sleep (peaks in sleep):
SA (VI.A) : 271(aj)
Trist came to I to learn best English: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 271(ak)
kicks halfback through goalposts:
SA (VI.A) : 271(al)
Battling Silk:
SA (VI.A) : 271(am)
bought lion, ass & horse:
SA (VI.A) : 271(an)
Is reads & coughs: Red
SA (VI.A) : 271(ao)
she married England:
SA (VI.A) : 271(ap)
H. I never saw a pair of bellows in Italy. W. a pair of ballocks:
SA (VI.A) : 271(aq)
F.V. Have you ever heard of Whitman? L.W. You have just brought him to my recollection.
SA (VI.A) : 271(ar)
grusquiame [?](henbane):
SA (VI.A) : 271(as)
talk of passage:
SA (VI.A) : 271(at)
threw tea in sister's face:
SA (VI.A) : 271(au)
T. 3 months there:
SA (VI.A) : 271(av)
Father O'Gormon Westport:
SA (VI.A) : 271(aw)
blood of 7 tigresses.
SA (VI.A) : 271(ax)
I hate you, I love you, / I love yr chuckly neck: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 271(ay)
Is going to be a / nun: Green
SA (VI.A) : 271(az)
begin with neck:
SA (VI.A) : 271(ba)
2 poachers set fire:

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S. Phibb, Iona-in-the-Fields with Not cancelled
Note: This is not strictly a notebook entry but an inadvertent overrun from a page of a draft (now missing) of III.4, the galley proofs for transition 18, dating from October 1929. See also N35 (VI.B.24):145(a) et seq. for further London churches.

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SA (VI.A) : 301(a)
EXILES (.II.)
SA (VI.A) : 301(b)
Mark & Trist change characters:
SA (VI.A) : 301(c)
Trist & Is change clothes:
SA (VI.A) : 301(d)
kiss encored:
SA (VI.A) : 301(e)
his legs:
SA (VI.A) : 301(f)
Nora Diamond (rough):
SA (VI.A) : 301(g)
J & D Evans:
SA (VI.A) : 301(h)
she fully realised: Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(i)
highly continental: Red
Note: See SA (VI.A):0681(ba) below.
SA (VI.A) : 301(j)
Fluchende / Frau as long as my hole looks down?: Green
SA (VI.A) : 301(k)
W dubs [??] it / man: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(l)
bold waves locked up in nursery Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(m)
Trist / speaks like Caesar: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(n)
love philtre (I) Brown
SA (VI.A) : 301(o)
liver of black cat & whisky:
SA (VI.A) : 301(p)
par Dieu, c'était vilénie:
SA (VI.A) : 301(q)
hear, hear, God —:
SA (VI.A) : 301(r)
pine, 2 rivulets T sends leaves to Is (cf Columbus & Brendan):
SA (VI.A) : 301(s)
T good butcher, horse queer show,
SA (VI.A) : 301(t)
country of old (young): Blue
SA (VI.A) : 301(u)
Ir & Amer:
SA (VI.A) : 301(v)
Mark gets anon letter:
SA (VI.A) : 301(w)
Tristan (Swift) Brown
SA (VI.A) : 301(x)
cursed be / the tram driver who: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(y)
mon ami:
SA (VI.A) : 301(z)
Rich & Rob change: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 301(aa)
King Gorman Corrigan:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ab)
Mark (56) bon roi:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ac)
Ar-/morican (American): Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(ad)
dwarfspy:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ae)
Ah if he / catches her: Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(af)
duc:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ag)
organ of Italy:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ah)
nur etwas / schlimm!: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(ai)
I see her (No) sir:
SA (VI.A) : 301(aj)
Is's hair shirt: Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(ak)
Trist's way for entering a house (zigzag):
SA (VI.A) : 301(al)
duke (duc):
SA (VI.A) : 301(am)
flour trial, ~ Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(an)
~ sword between, her form:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ao)
Trist found a seabucket:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ap)
Henriette / (cf Trist-Renan): Green
SA (VI.A) : 301(aq)
Trist meets self:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ar)
Triste, la / grande passion: Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(as)
Trist leap:
SA (VI.A) : 301(at)
Is given over to lepers:
SA (VI.A) : 301(au)
T's horse and dog:
SA (VI.A) : 301(av)
Walden — babes in / the wood: Green
Note: See also N21 (VI.B.20):011(d). The word ‘Walden’ is not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 301(aw)
silent hound:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ax)
Trist imitates birds:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ay)
his bow — qui me faut:
SA (VI.A) : 301(az)
Seigneurs, c'était! Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(ba)
head of foe thrown in branches:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bb)
I's flattering / hand: Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(bc)
thingnote:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bd)
Mark (my Eng. subjects):
SA (VI.A) : 301(be)
le Roi il parle:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bf)
not without solemnity:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bg)
Marco the bear:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bh)
Merlin:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bi)
Sir! (Is):
SA (VI.A) : 301(bj)
par diversion / peutêtre (stage direction): Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(bk)
vin de Poitou:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bl)
Trist stained class crusader attitude:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bm)
gilly of Christ:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bn)
Iseult — ~
SA (VI.A) : 301(bo)
~ Isolde ment visiblement: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(bp)
term on wall:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bq)
Trist dies at Deadman:
SA (VI.A) : 301(br)
gone west:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bs)
Penmark: Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(bt)
strained him to her:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bu)
Tr. and Sy wander in U boat:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bv)
Trist. a film star: Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(bw)
hair on chest like Colooney's wood: Trist uses warpath words:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bx)
tantrums: Red
SA (VI.A) : 301(by)
Trist tells her pun:
SA (VI.A) : 301(bz)
‘butta fuori!’:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ca)
I reads love novels in Fr:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cb)
Trist (English) swears — no indeedy goodness gracious:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):138(a)
SA (VI.A) : 301(cc)
hand (Is):
SA (VI.A) : 301(cd)
Trist gestures of P. O'Flah. [?] Bartley:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ce)
Is lamentation:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cf)
whisper = écoutez:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cg)
Tantris is shadow of Tristan (E.P):
SA (VI.A) : 301(ch)
her musical voice (Vincenzo!!):
SA (VI.A) : 301(ci)
moon in / scrum: Green
SA (VI.A) : 301(cj)
King! (I speaks) le beau T carries letter:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ck)
exemplary nephew:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cl)
blanche Isolde:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cm)
Trist no / father:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cn)
Mark erotic swallow passes with hair in beak:
SA (VI.A) : 301(co)
fiancée de mon oncle:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cp)
she was very / particular:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cq)
big powerful new change: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 301(cr)
you're dreaming:
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0302(l)
SA (VI.A) : 301(cs)
W. excited by what she sees:
SA (VI.A) : 301(ct)
she heard Ul thundering thro' world:
SA (VI.A) : 301(cu)
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SA (VI.A) : 302(a)
~ like a young boy of 16:
SA (VI.A) : 302(b)
T. steps aside and has a look at himself:
SA (VI.A) : 302(c)
customary request:
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0805(bm)
SA (VI.A) : 302(d)
Trist speaks broken Anglo-Ir:
SA (VI.A) : 302(e)
fruit of my bottom:
SA (VI.A) : 302(f)
he has turned shirt:
SA (VI.A) : 302(g)
Is gives him wrong lessons:
SA (VI.A) : 302(h)
you false thing:
SA (VI.A) : 302(i)
you're mad:
SA (VI.A) : 302(j)
not an atom of harm in her:
SA (VI.A) : 302(k)
brother & swester: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0681(s) below.
SA (VI.A) : 302(l)
you're dreaming: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: For FW 565.18 (III:4G.0) see N19 (VI.B.19):078(c). See also; SA (VI.A):0301(cr)
SA (VI.A) : 302(m)
complains of smell of / garlic: Green
SA (VI.A) : 302(n)
M aged 56 years: Green
SA (VI.A) : 302(o)
le bon roi: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 302(p)
Mark on a cavalry looks out:
SA (VI.A) : 302(q)
salmon fishery pastime:
SA (VI.A) : 302(r)
Trist misogynist verse:
SA (VI.A) : 302(s)
3 crops for Mark and bonhomie sinistre:
SA (VI.A) : 302(t)
Brang. sleeps with Mark:
SA (VI.A) : 302(u)
Is gets rid of her:
SA (VI.A) : 302(v)
M sombre hypocrite:
SA (VI.A) : 302(w)
drinks P.P. Lally:
SA (VI.A) : 302(x)
Is weeps for a boot lost:
SA (VI.A) : 302(y)
Fragende Frau:
SA (VI.A) : 302(z)
sings As I was a walking:
SA (VI.A) : 302(aa)
saw Irish at gala in Gaiety TMH in box:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ab)
T lovesick, seasick, deadsick:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ac)
Trist 12 cent:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ad)
triade galloise:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ae)
Drystan:
SA (VI.A) : 302(af)
fils de Tallwch:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ag)
mecanicien:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ah)
porche de Mark:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ai)
Essyllt:
SA (VI.A) : 302(aj)
swineherd T's messenger:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ak)
song in dream:
SA (VI.A) : 302(al)
Gaston de Paris:
SA (VI.A) : 302(am)
Mark blind when he sees T & I do it:
SA (VI.A) : 302(an)
I points out beauties of hazy Ireland:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ao)
mind's eye view all wrong: Green
Note: The words ‘all wrong’ are not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 302(ap)
La situation n'est pas gaie:
SA (VI.A) : 302(aq)
took the / key of fields: Green
SA (VI.A) : 302(ar)
cease to walk about:
SA (VI.A) : 302(as)
Is taught French by soldat:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):052(a).
SA (VI.A) : 302(at)
sprained her ears: Red
SA (VI.A) : 302(au)
mon femme:
SA (VI.A) : 302(av)
broda:
SA (VI.A) : 302(aw)
on tricotera:
SA (VI.A) : 302(ax)
T whispered: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 302(ay)
you might let me see:
SA (VI.A) : 302(az)
say it in gems: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 302(ba)
Is loves sky signs of buildings in T.M. H. street:
SA (VI.A) : 302(bb)
jewels in teeth:
SA (VI.A) : 302(bc)
T. Boasts of I
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):010(a)
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0302(bh). This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 302(bd)
Darling hart, are you not just / dreadfully.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):085(b)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 302(be)
You were grand / you were great you are fine / but you stutter.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):110(f)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 302(bf)
kicks.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):110(h)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 302(bg)
cover neighbour's wife
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):111(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 302(bh)
Boasts when old of I
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):010(a)
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0302(bc). This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 302(bi)
mulitany review
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):011(c)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 302(bj)
I adopted he was on trade
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):010(c)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 303(a)
Are you not well
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):020(d)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 303(b)
Vertical I?
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):050(d)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 331(a)
EXILES (.III.)
SA (VI.A) : 331(b)
characters exhibit to terrified protagonist their dream malevolence:
SA (VI.A) : 331(c)
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TELEMACHOS
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Buccinate in neomenia tuba insigni solemnitatis tuae: Blue
Note: Vulgate, Psalms 80:4 Buccinate in neomenia tuba, in insigni die solemnitatis vestrae, Blow up the trumpet in the new moon, in the time appointed, on your solemn feast day.
SA (VI.A) : 361(c)
mulier toceat in ecclesia, ebrit in choro:
SA (VI.A) : 361(d)
SD seeks the ~
SA (VI.A) : 361(e)
~ contempt of the contemptible: Red
Note: Moved to N17 (VI.B.9):017(a), immediate source of FW 175.01.
SA (VI.A) : 361(f)
HCS — verse innovator OW died of a broken arse:
SA (VI.A) : 361(g)
Pallas Athena — her eyes are shaded by a peak (γλαυκώπις) iridectomy —:
Note: See also Ith-sheet 15
SA (VI.A) : 361(h)
I thought it was that bloody whore Nelly (c'était):
SA (VI.A) : 361(i)
faux pas:
SA (VI.A) : 361(j)
never look a gift-book in face (GC):

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NESTOR
SA (VI.A) : 391(b)
clean spectacles with folded handkerchief:
SA (VI.A) : 391(c)
good at figures:
SA (VI.A) : 391(d)
read the French: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 391(e)
nature develops the spirit / in place, history in time Blue
SA (VI.A) : 391(f)
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PROTEUS
SA (VI.A) : 401(b)
loba (bechuanaland) = dissimulate = cut off a bit of the lower bowel of beast reserved as dish for head of tribe:
SA (VI.A) : 401(c)
absolutely noiseless universe:
SA (VI.A) : 401(d)
neurosis ~
SA (VI.A) : 401(e)
~ nailed to cross of his own / fiction: Red
Note: Moved to N17 (VI.B.9):017(b), immediate source of FW 192.18f.
SA (VI.A) : 401(f)
guilty looks back, conscience forward:
SA (VI.A) : 401(g)
male & / female created He them: ~ Green
The first creation of humans (Gen i. 27) was hermaphrodite (= Hermes and Venus) masculum et fœminam creavit eosmale and female created He them—on the sixth day, with the command to increase and multiply (ibid. v. 28) while Eve the woman was created subsequently … Antoinette Bourgnon laments the undoubling which disfigured the work of God, producing monsters incapable of independent self-reproduction like the vegetable kingdom. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.209f
SA (VI.A) : 401(h)
~ Adam fucked himself,
The first creation of humans (Gen i. 27) was hermaphrodite (= Hermes and Venus) masculum et fœminam creavit eos—male and female created He them—on the sixth day, with the command to increase and multiply (ibid. v. 28) while Eve the woman was created subsequently … Antoinette Bourgnon laments the undoubling which disfigured the work of God, producing monsters incapable of independent self-reproduction like the vegetable kingdom. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.209f
SA (VI.A) : 401(i)
a virgin heals (and catches), clap (Flying Dutchman)
I may be allowed to note that syphilis does not confine itself to man: a charger infected with it was pointed out to me at Baroda by my late friend, Dr. Arnott (18th Regiment, Bombay N.I.) and Tangier showed me some noticeable cases of this hippie syphilis, which has been studied in Hungary. Eastern peoples have a practice of “passing on” venereal and other diseases, and transmission is supposed to cure the patient; for instance a virgin heals (and catches) gonorrhoea. Syphilis varies greatly with climate. In Persia it is said to be propagated without contact: in Abyssinia it is often fatal and in Egypt it is readily cured by sand baths and sulphur-unguents. Lastly in lands like Unyamwezi, where mercurials are wholly unknown, I never saw caries of the nasal or facial bones. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.90.n.2
SA (VI.A) : 401(j)
FMH asthmatic sentence:
SA (VI.A) : 401(k)
gates of North:
SA (VI.A) : 401(l)
ineluctably yours:
SA (VI.A) : 401(m)
Tigris, ~ Green
Note: See also: N11 (VI.B.5):091(m); N18 (VI.B.8):104(e); N38 (VI.B.32):032(c).
SA (VI.A) : 401(n)
~ Euphrates, Geon (Nile) Physon (Ganges) / 4 rivers of Paradise:
SA (VI.A) : 401(o)
and there was light:
SA (VI.A) : 401(p)
angels / recite love-verse (Irish) hermaphrodite to eunuch:
SA (VI.A) : 401(q)
S. Columbanus 12 Nov. S. Finian of Moville 15 (xi):
SA (VI.A) : 401(r)
bird flying on my left hand:
SA (VI.A) : 401(s)
in 6 months I shall be a theosophist:
SA (VI.A) : 401(t)
angels sing plan (S. Pat.): JFB mute poet:
SA (VI.A) : 401(u)
SD gentleman / wordsharper: Green
SA (VI.A) : 401(v)
panigiri (Ascension):
SA (VI.A) : 401(w)
il latino / puro dal vaticano: Green
SA (VI.A) : 401(x)
it is not my opinion:
SA (VI.A) : 401(y)
quisquis errat error divining:
SA (VI.A) : 401(z)
wire X dying Can you help:
SA (VI.A) : 401(aa)
Eng = Fr & A.S: Ir = Gael & Fr & A.S.

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CALYPSO
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W shakes cloth out of window:
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H — the litre is cube 1⁄10 metre 1 3⁄4 pints. W: how many pints in a litre? H: nearly 2. W — That's the answer.
SA (VI.A) : 431(d)
Are Ulysses' adventures 12 diseases:
SA (VI.A) : 431(e)
H tells W re young lady:
SA (VI.A) : 431(f)
among the lasses, O:
SA (VI.A) : 431(g)
smbdy brings in a P.C. to show him:

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LOTUS EATERS
SA (VI.A) : 461(b)
nuns behind grill eat eucharist:
SA (VI.A) : 461(c)
mistake in uniform on stage intended:
SA (VI.A) : 461(d)
castrati, all, spadones have balls:
SA (VI.A) : 461(e)
thlibiae, balls crushed, thlasiae, spermatic cord cut:
SA (VI.A) : 461(f)
acne (blackheads):
SA (VI.A) : 461(g)
samphire (S. Pierre) cliff cabbage:
Note: See also N53 (VI.B.46):046(g)
SA (VI.A) : 461(h)
Trimnell, the Herbalist, 144 Richmond Road, Cardiff:
Note: See also: N04 (VI.B.25):145(i)
SA (VI.A) : 461(i)
rusks:
SA (VI.A) : 461(j)
goodies:
SA (VI.A) : 461(k)
je veux être heureuse et rendre heureux:
Note: Written in darker ink
SA (VI.A) : 461(l)
this is my final wishes: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 461(m)
Mr Samuel, sir, As regards to your divorce (mari),
SA (VI.A) : 461(n)
fleas 3⁄- per litre, Blue
SA (VI.A) : 461(o)
at obscene play M often turns to W:
SA (VI.A) : 461(p)
Digger La Touche answer to my mother, this is my final wishes.
SA (VI.A) : 461(q)
Respect, Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N30 (VI.B.22):041(z).
SA (VI.A) : 461(r)
Grace, Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 461(s)
ignorant simp, Brown
SA (VI.A) : 461(t)
ring in middle of sea / with my compliments,
SA (VI.A) : 461(u)
charity sermon,
SA (VI.A) : 461(v)
LB forgets hour of return to Sweney's:
SA (VI.A) : 461(w)
rain takes out creases:
SA (VI.A) : 461(x)
M D log: you're cured, damn you: Green
SA (VI.A) : 461(y)
LB looks to see if other chap nicer:
SA (VI.A) : 461(z)
type who asks advice / from all: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: ?III.3
SA (VI.A) : 461(aa)
chemist uses glass stirrer:
SA (VI.A) : 461(ab)
prayer of converted Chinaman (celestials):
SA (VI.A) : 461(ac)
O secondclass / passenger God:
SA (VI.A) : 461(ad)
lote leaves lupin flour = soap:
SA (VI.A) : 461(ae)
collection Ire. plate, Italy, bag:

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HADES
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headless horseman predicts death:
SA (VI.A) : 481(c)
crouched burial: Green
SA (VI.A) : 481(d)
Dignam 3rd day:
SA (VI.A) : 481(e)
who fell at Flodden:
SA (VI.A) : 481(f)
passed away:
SA (VI.A) : 481(g)
at the point of death:
SA (VI.A) : 481(h)
and I stepped into Nelly coming home from the wake: Green
SA (VI.A) : 481(i)
lingering death:
SA (VI.A) : 481(j)
whole time death:
SA (VI.A) : 481(k)
underground rivers:
SA (VI.A) : 481(l)
dedica — when you are dead & in yr grave and all yr bones are rotten this little book'll tell your tale when you are quite forgotten:
SA (VI.A) : 481(m)
passed to his eternal reward:
SA (VI.A) : 481(n)
bien saignant:
SA (VI.A) : 481(o)
with Christ / which is far better: Green
SA (VI.A) : 481(p)
made a dead set at him, / in proud memory, Canopic jars contain organs / of mummy:
SA (VI.A) : 481(q)
Styx, Cocytus, Pyriphlegeton:
SA (VI.A) : 481(r)
W. objects til men 33:
SA (VI.A) : 481(s)
Scot pleased all free gratis etc.:
SA (VI.A) : 481(t)
Egypt coffins:
SA (VI.A) : 481(u)
1st square, body circumflexed: 2nd on left side oblong eyes painted:
SA (VI.A) : 481(v)
3rd back:
SA (VI.A) : 481(w)
finger of God touched her & she slept:
SA (VI.A) : 481(x)
past from which naught returns (ghosts):
SA (VI.A) : 481(y)
oxidisation of mummycloths:
SA (VI.A) : 481(z)
feel yr. own pulse:
SA (VI.A) : 481(aa)
plague buried at Tallaght: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 481(ab)
widow in / Bryde's I'm so sorry, you poor child, Green
SA (VI.A) : 481(ac)
too amusing,
SA (VI.A) : 481(ad)
she adores, Green
SA (VI.A) : 481(ae)
perfectly appalling Green
SA (VI.A) : 481(af)
I always wear my bloomers knickers: Green
  • FW unlocated

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EOLUS
SA (VI.A) : 511(b)
wind soughs Blue
SA (VI.A) : 511(c)
ah que la vie est quotidienne!:
SA (VI.A) : 511(d)
aider l'autre:
SA (VI.A) : 511(e)
house of the hundred bottles: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0021(t)
SA (VI.A) : 511(f)
cab whistled with smartness:
SA (VI.A) : 511(g)
blocked out (print):
SA (VI.A) : 511(h)
she did not believe in God and ignored the existence of her neighbours:
SA (VI.A) : 511(i)
Millet court protected by the monosyllables of its yokels:
SA (VI.A) : 511(j)
much too much:
SA (VI.A) : 511(k)
he did not know how to get hold of his hands:
SA (VI.A) : 511(l)
a wooden staircase jumping out of the hall:
SA (VI.A) : 511(m)
cool water of her christian name:
SA (VI.A) : 511(n)
diamonds trickled over her:
SA (VI.A) : 511(o)
rhetorical scenery, God in a poster mood:
SA (VI.A) : 511(p)
superlatives slink away ashamed of their loose lives:
SA (VI.A) : 511(q)
kissed her as if she were a / crucifix: Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(r)
he rather gathered you were ill: Brown
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 511(s)
enjoy yourself:
SA (VI.A) : 511(t)
steer her through heavy traffic of facts:
SA (VI.A) : 511(u)
where the hand / of man has never set foot: Red
SA (VI.A) : 511(v)
first Sunday Irish paper phoenix park murder Saturday:
SA (VI.A) : 511(w)
never set the Liffey on / fire: Red
  • FW 131.13-14
  • 2010
  • 1939, ; 426.2-4
  • MS BL 47400; JA : 1.5§
SA (VI.A) : 511(x)
a true noun does not exist in nature (Fenollosa): Green
A true noun, an isolated thing, does not exist in nature. Things are only the terminal points, or rather the meeting points of actions, cross-sections cut through actions, snap-shots. Neither can a pure verb, an abstract motion, be possible in nature. The eye sees noun and verb as things in motion, motion in things, and so the Chinese conception tends to represent them.

But examination shows that a large number of the primitive Chinese characters, even the so-called radicals, are shorthand pictures of actions or processes.

Ernest Fenollosa, “The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry”, in Instigations of Ezra Pound (1920) 364
Note: See also N58 (VI.B.30):060(b).
SA (VI.A) : 511(y)
any pronouns?: Green
Let us go back from the Chinese sentence to the individual written word. How are such words to be classified? Are some of them nouns by nature, some verbs and some adjectives? Are there pronouns and prepositions and conjunctions in Chinese as in good Christian languages? Ernest Fenollosa, “The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry”, in Instigations of Ezra Pound (1920) 370
SA (VI.A) : 511(z)
phonetic theory is unsound:
The paucity of Chinese sound could not so hold them. Neither is it conceivable that the whole list was made at once, as commercial codes of cipher are compiled. Therefore we must believe that the phonetic theory is in large part unsound. The metaphor once existed in many cases where we can not now trace it. Ernest Fenollosa, “The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry”, in Instigations of Ezra Pound (1920) 385
SA (VI.A) : 511(aa)
be carefull!:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ab)
breathe the upper air:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ac)
reporter 11 years old:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ad)
Sidney Sibthorpe sat sympathetically in the sumptuous saloon of Siddermouth Salton:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ae)
Demosthenes stammered:
SA (VI.A) : 511(af)
mark, learn & inwardly digest:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ag)
a greater charm than even Stanley Weyman:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ah)
ere long:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ai)
Come to lunch invited a cheerful voice:
SA (VI.A) : 511(aj)
Hello, was their greeting:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ak)
Flea (a girl) said it: Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(al)
I wonder, went on Gwenn:
SA (VI.A) : 511(am)
pulling thoughtfully at his pipe, if Jack Manderby is not in love with Gwenn Fortescue:
SA (VI.A) : 511(an)
Seen the boss, he grumbled:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ao)
Surely to heaven:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ap)
Sybil Carstairs wants me today at the solitary:
SA (VI.A) : 511(aq)
at door tell a secret-goodnight:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ar)
I had met the man before:
SA (VI.A) : 511(as)
lost Annie Bradley: Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(at)
shivering William: Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(au)
that big left / shoulder of his: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 511(av)
with never a thought:
SA (VI.A) : 511(aw)
a ‘middle’:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ax)
end with a question:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ay)
his day was a month Red
Note: Moved to N17 (VI.B.9):017(c), immediate source of FW 170.06f.
SA (VI.A) : 511(az)
(crebbe / presto): Red
SA (VI.A) : 511(ba)
said to his father (only lector knows 'tis his father):
SA (VI.A) : 511(bb)
never in the whole history of the / Kildare Street Club: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 511(bc)
he crossed the room charged / with purpose: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 511(bd)
son of a century (100 years old): Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(be)
this cat has twins:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bf)
lengthen their words:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bg)
2 men shot selves:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bh)
anagogical:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bi)
honor bright:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bj)
prince of goodfellows: Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(bk)
Robin:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bl)
I rose, O fair assembly: Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(bm)
How far? ½ hour:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bn)
the morn morrowed: Red
SA (VI.A) : 511(bo)
straitened breast (care) anti-/phrase,
SA (VI.A) : 511(bp)
snowball nigger,
SA (VI.A) : 511(bq)
domestic calamity (figlia) Green
Note: ‘(figlia)’ not crossed out.
SA (VI.A) : 511(br)
the jew said to his 1st cousin (wife):
SA (VI.A) : 511(bs)
moon his / light Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 511(bt)
to hear is to obey:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bu)
vein of rage (lust) swelled:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bv)
crowned the cup:
SA (VI.A) : 511(bw)
on the road (comm trav):
SA (VI.A) : 511(bx)
all is not gold that glitters, coal that burns,
SA (VI.A) : 511(by)
as a vulture bald & scald and a wall tumbling to its fall,
SA (VI.A) : 511(bz)
bowed the chin of doubt on collar of reflection,
[A certain religious leader, on being asked what he might do on finding himself in a beautiful garden with a handsome young man, and assured privacy] bowed the chin of doubt upon the collar of meditation; and, too honest to lie, presently whispered, “Allah defend me from such temptation of Satan!” Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.234
SA (VI.A) : 511(ca)
bound by the leash of gazing, ~ Green
He [the Hindu Brahman's] is liberal in trite reflections and frigid conceits (i. 19, 55, 97, 103, 107, in fact everywhere); and his puns run through whole lines: this in fine Sanskrit style is inevitable. Yet some of his expressions are admirably terse and telling, e.g. Ascending the swing of Doubt: Bound together (lovers) by the leash of gazing; … Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.161.n [On the contrasting styles of Hindu and Arabic stories]
SA (VI.A) : 511(cb)
~ length of days ascending swing of doubt,
He [the Hindu Brahman's] is liberal in trite reflections and frigid conceits (i. 19, 55, 97, 103, 107, in fact everywhere); and his puns run through whole lines: this in fine Sanskrit style is inevitable. Yet some of his expressions are admirably terse and telling, e.g. Ascending the swing of Doubt: Bound together (lovers) by the leash of gazing; … Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.161.n [On the contrasting styles of Hindu and Arabic stories]
SA (VI.A) : 511(cd)
her / lip a jujube, Green
The cup-boy is a sun rising from the dark underworld symbolised by his collar; his cheekmole is a crumb of ambergris, his nose is a scymitar grided at the curve; his lower lip is a jujube; his teeth are the Pleiades, or hailstones; his browlocks are scorpions; his young hair on the upper lip is an emerald; his side beard is a swarm of ants or a Lám (1-letter) enclosing the roses or anemones of his cheek. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.170
SA (VI.A) : 511(ce)
silkworm expends its yellow labours,
[unlocated] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.000
SA (VI.A) : 511(cf)
analects, ~
In both places the Beast-fables are introduced with some art and add variety to the subject-matter, obviating monotony the deadly sin of such works and giving repose to the hearer or reader after a climax of excitement such as the murder of the Wazirs. And even these are not allowed to pall upon the mental palate, being mingled with anecdotes and short tales, such as the Hermits (iii. 125), with biographical or literary episodes, acroamata, table-talk and analects where humorous Rabelaisian anecdote finds a place; in fact the fabliau or novella. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.122
Note: Analects: a collection of short literary or philosophical extracts.
SA (VI.A) : 511(cg)
~ acroamata,
In both places the Beast-fables are introduced with some art and add variety to the subject-matter, obviating monotony the deadly sin of such works and giving repose to the hearer or reader after a climax of excitement such as the murder of the Wazirs. And even these are not allowed to pall upon the mental palate, being mingled with anecdotes and short tales, such as the Hermits (iii. 125), with biographical or literary episodes, acroamata, table-talk and analects where humorous Rabelaisian anecdote finds a place; in fact the fabliau or novella. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.122
Note: Acroama [plural, acroamata]: a rhetorical declamation; also, esoteric teaching that was not to be written down.
SA (VI.A) : 511(ch)
rhapsode,
We may, I believe, safely compare the history of The Nights with the so-called Homeric poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey, a collection of immortal ballads and old Epic formulae and verses traditionally handed down from rhapsode to rhapsode, incorporated in a slowly-increasing body of poetry and finally welded together about the age of Pericles. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.93
Note: Rhapsode, otherwise rhapsodist (Greek rhapsoidos, plural rhapsodes or rhapsoidoi, a singer in ancient Greece). Ancient scholars proposed alternative etymologies. The first connected the word with the staff (rhabdos) on which the singer leaned during his performance. On this view, the rhapsode is a “singer with a staff.” The second connected the word with the poetic act of sewing (rhaptein) the poem (oide). Thus, the rhapsode is a “stitcher of songs.” Modern scholars prefer the second etymology, which is attested in a fragment of Hesiod (7th century BC) and in Pindar's Nemean Ode 2, lines 1-3. Both passages use the word rhaptein to describe the act of poetic composition. The noun rhapsoidosis is first found in 5th-century-BC inscriptions and literary sources, including Herodotus (History, Book V, part 67) and Sophocles (Oedipus Tyrannus, line 391).
SA (VI.A) : 511(ci)
the white milk, Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(cj)
briefed, Green
SA (VI.A) : 511(ck)
si vide (reluctance & passive voice),
SA (VI.A) : 511(cl)
the flea (English) and the mouse,
SA (VI.A) : 511(cm)
no use crying over spilt ink:
SA (VI.A) : 511(cn)
put their impressions into print:
SA (VI.A) : 511(co)
wake up, Dublin:
SA (VI.A) : 511(cp)
the / white prow, the salt sea, the dark night: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: The initial ‘the’ is not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 511(cq)
MP phrases full from lost work = fireworks:
SA (VI.A) : 511(cr)
cross headings:
SA (VI.A) : 511(cs)
he wd say:
SA (VI.A) : 511(ct)
by the very rev. the dean, assisted by the Succentor:
SA (VI.A) : 511(cu)
his coarse handsome irregular ~

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SA (VI.A) : 512(a)
~ wellformed face:
SA (VI.A) : 512(b)
Gump's “balloons”: Green
SA (VI.A) : 512(c)
SD is persuaded by narrator that Borsch wore mask:
SA (VI.A) : 512(d)
meiosis:
SA (VI.A) : 512(e)
Dialogue — X Y Z. Mup. — x y z … mup.
SA (VI.A) : 512(f)
a Joyce of evils: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: 211.25 from N17 (VI.B.9):109(f)
SA (VI.A) : 512(g)
if Schott's father walked quicker his cigar wd. burn faster:
SA (VI.A) : 512(h)
clarist (3 times) surhumain!
SA (VI.A) : 512(i)
give me a line, miss (sister): Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 512(j)
hold the line: Red
SA (VI.A) : 512(k)
on vous cause:
SA (VI.A) : 512(l)
scratch my back & I'll scratch yours:
Scratch my back and I'll scratch yours,” Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 39, ¶137
SA (VI.A) : 512(m)
give that to me & be a fool yrself:
Give that to me and be a fool yourself.’ Said of a request which is thought unreasonable. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 35, ¶125
SA (VI.A) : 512(n)
catch the pig by the leg:
Catch the pig by the leg when you can.’ Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 42, ¶145
SA (VI.A) : 512(o)
asking a goat for wool:
“One cannot draw blood from a turnip.” Cf. ag iarraidh olna ar ghabhar, lit. ‘asking a goat for wool,’ … So in Manx: goll thie yn ghoayr dy hirrey ollan … ‘going to the goat's house to seek for wool.’ Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 42-3, ¶149
SA (VI.A) : 512(p)
hard to hoosh a hare from a bush where she isn't:
‘It is hard to brush a hare from a bush in which she is not.’ Said of attempting an impossibility: cf. the next proverb. [i.e. (b) above.] Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 42, ¶148
SA (VI.A) : 512(q)
men may meet / but mountains never part: Green
Men may meet but mountains never greet.” Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 37, ¶132
SA (VI.A) : 512(r)
not every day daddy kills a dear:
‘It is not every day daddy kills a deer.’ Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 43, ¶152
SA (VI.A) : 512(s)
rent to a lord like pap to a child:
Rent to a lord is like food to a child.’ Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 45, ¶160
SA (VI.A) : 512(t)
better sit beside it than in its place:
Better sit beside it than in its place,’ i.e. Better save it than spend it. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 55, ¶206
SA (VI.A) : 512(u)
a fool's word like a thorn in mud: Blue
A fool's remark is like a thorn concealed in mud,’ i.e. it stings one unexpectedly Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 54, ¶197
SA (VI.A) : 512(v)
woe to him who has a stranger's spancel on him:
Woe to him who has a stranger's spancel on him,’ i.e. whose liberty is dependent on a stranger. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 51, ¶184
SA (VI.A) : 512(w)
a greyhound finds its food in its feet:
A greyhound finds its food in its feet,’ i.e. by using its feet. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 17, ¶64
SA (VI.A) : 512(x)
what I'm afraid may be said to me I had better say first myself:
What I'm afraid may be said to me I had better say first myself.’ Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 19, ¶73
SA (VI.A) : 512(y)
mountain is / good mustard: Green
The mountain is a good mustard,’ i.e. Work or exercise on the mountain is a good appetiser. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 25, ¶94
SA (VI.A) : 512(z)
pay health his tithe:
‘One must pay health its tithes,’ i.e. by suffering little illnesses from time to time. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 31, ¶111
SA (VI.A) : 512(aa)
life is precious as sailor said when he ran from the gander:
Life is precious, as the tailor said when running from the gander.’ Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 31, ¶ 112
SA (VI.A) : 512(ab)
his tongue cut his throat: Green
‘Let not your tongue cut your throat,’ i.e. Beware of injuring yourself by foolish speech. Cf. “A fools's throat is long enough to cut his own throat,” Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 34-5, ¶122
SA (VI.A) : 512(ac)
cold in shoulders makes shins speckled:
Cold in the shoulders makes the shins speckled,’ i.e. through warming oneself at the fire. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 12, ¶48
SA (VI.A) : 512(ad)
long sleep makes bare breech:
Long sleep makes a bare breech,’ i.e. Lying a-bed late makes one poor and ragged. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 12, ¶49
SA (VI.A) : 512(ae)
eye blind in another man's corner:
An eye is blind in another man's corner,’ i.e. One feels strange among strangers; one does not know one's way about in a strange place, or when attempting unfamiliar work. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 15, ¶58
SA (VI.A) : 512(af)
3 coldest: a dog's snout, a man's knee, a woman's breast: Blue
The three coldest things are: a hound's snout, a man's knee, a woman's breast Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 71, ¶246
Note: The words ‘3 coldest: a dog's snout’ are not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 512(ag)
3 pests of I. pet priest, beggar, pig:
‘The three worst pets, — a pet priest, a pet beggar, a pet pig Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 72, ¶251
SA (VI.A) : 512(ah)
3 Aristotle didn't know labour of bees, flow of tide, mind of woman:
‘The three most incomprehensible things in the world, — the mind of woman, the labour of the bees, the ebb and flow of the tide’ / In a Kerry version Aristotle himself is said to have failed to understand these three things Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 73, ¶256
SA (VI.A) : 512(ai)
3 ugliest, red woman, yellow horse, white cow:
‘The three ugliest things of their own kind, — a thin red-haired woman, a thin yellow horse, a thin white cow Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 77, ¶271
SA (VI.A) : 512(aj)
Limerick was, Dub. is, / Cork will be: Athenry was, Dub. is, Aran will be: Red
Limerick was, Dublin is, and Cork will be (the most important city in Ireland)’ … A Connacht version has Athenry, Dublin and Arran. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 78, ¶273
Note: See also N06 (VI.B.11):008(d).
SA (VI.A) : 512(ak)
world is world of everyone in turn: Green
‘This world is the world of everyone in turn,’ i.e. “This world is a fleeting show,” to quote Thomas Moore. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 88, ¶284
SA (VI.A) : 512(al)
S. Patrick / didn't come on 1 foot: Green
  • FW unlocated
It was not on one foot that St. Patrick came to Ireland, — used by O'Molloy (Lucerna Fidelium, p. 330) in the sense of ‘I am not dependent upon that (argument) solely,’ ‘I have another string to my bow.’ Morris (953) gives a current Armagh version: Cha dtainic Pádraig go hÉirinn ar a aon-chois. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 117, ¶353
Note: Probably moved to N30 (VI.B.22):056(g), source of FW 462.33
SA (VI.A) : 512(am)
tent far from the wound:
‘The tent is applied far from the wound.’ … ‘The plaster is far from the wound.’ Said if one suggested a far away remedy for anything, Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 101, ¶317
SA (VI.A) : 512(an)
a drink is shorter than a story / (pass the bottle): Blue
A drink is shorter than a story.’ … Kelly (Manx Dict.) says that the Manx version is used “when a person is desired to cease in his story and to pass the bottle.” Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 118-9, ¶357
Note: Not in 1939 edition.
SA (VI.A) : 512(ao)
every hound is a pup till he hunts:
Every hound is a pup till he hunts,’ — in a poem by Maolín óg Mac Bruaideadha Thomas F. O'Rahilly, A Miscellany of Irish Proverbs (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922) 120, ¶359
SA (VI.A) : 512(ap)
Having said this he went.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):133(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 512(aq)
Hypotyposis.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):216(d)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 526(a)
Z, g, j.

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SA (VI.A) : 541(a)
LESTRYGONIANS
SA (VI.A) : 541(b)
God set ball rolling:
SA (VI.A) : 541(c)
scrap cake:
SA (VI.A) : 541(d)
flare in pig's fat:
SA (VI.A) : 541(e)
Joseph Fry made cocoa 1728: Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 541(f)
neck vein of grasslamb bluish fresh forequarters:
SA (VI.A) : 541(g)
cannibalism no crime:
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0541(ap)
SA (VI.A) : 541(h)
spring chicken black legs:
SA (VI.A) : 541(i)
digestive biscuits:
SA (VI.A) : 541(j)
cough drops
SA (VI.A) : 541(k)
cock-a-leekie: Red
Note: See also: N01 (VI.B.10):100(d). Cock-a-leekie (variant of cocky-leeky): soup made of a cock boiled with leeks.
SA (VI.A) : 541(l)
lobscouse (beef, spuds, onions, fried 6⁄1⁄922) Green
Note: See also: N12 (VI.B.14):169(h)
SA (VI.A) : 541(m)
cake:
SA (VI.A) : 541(n)
turkey poult:
SA (VI.A) : 541(o)
flapjack (scone): Green
Note: Not in 1939 edition. Flapjack: a pancake (U.S.).
SA (VI.A) : 541(p)
marjoram:
SA (VI.A) : 541(q)
crimp the crust:
SA (VI.A) : 541(r)
orange thyme:
SA (VI.A) : 541(s)
gloss with eggyolk:
SA (VI.A) : 541(t)
eaten a griddle (great deal) barman bangs sloppy change on counter: Not cancelled
Note: See also N12 (VI.B.14):188(r)
SA (VI.A) : 541(u)
tarde venientibus ossa:
SA (VI.A) : 541(v)
boiled & roast, raven in ultima legs first:
SA (VI.A) : 541(w)
blind man's dusty hat:
SA (VI.A) : 541(x)
send her P. O. keep off evil eye:
SA (VI.A) : 541(y)
W drawn to a blind man, to see behind closed eyes (Bluebeard), to give helping hand (woman's), to pity him who cannot see Her beauty, to be thrilled by the sin he did against a goddess or a woman or a queen,
SA (VI.A) : 541(z)
the long red lane,
SA (VI.A) : 541(aa)
Italians build Europe and half America and Italy is a ruin,
SA (VI.A) : 541(ab)
waitress rude if girl pretty,
SA (VI.A) : 541(ac)
J. C. won Levi's heart when he multiplied fish, tangerine,
SA (VI.A) : 541(ad)
what happened to the eye Wotan gave for knowledge,
SA (VI.A) : 541(ae)
W's beauty well boomed,
SA (VI.A) : 541(af)
only man can increase volume of his body by will,
SA (VI.A) : 541(ag)
[cardoon] with marrow, fudge, fuck,
SA (VI.A) : 541(ah)
Little Mary, Red
Note: Little Mary Street in Dublin.
SA (VI.A) : 541(ai)
J.C. won Levi's heart when he multiplied fish: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 541(aj)
October meeting of Gt. Privy Eblana Lodge, no. 154, LB gave name Duval et Cie (Prescott, barboy dandles and jumps bottle before serving a breaksteak [?], charcoal silver grill, housemaid long papers, yardman good milker, protestant man elderly (I.C.), Hermione, duchess of Leinster, ¾ bull bitch, wall (cilco?) R. Golds. do you like butterbrot, tardine? Yes. Exit. I must buy one of these. Abit.
SA (VI.A) : 541(ak)
What should P.C. do with cat who falls from 5th story:
SA (VI.A) : 541(al)
true Parisian finish:
SA (VI.A) : 541(am)
Art Dyers and Cleaners, buried eggs saltpeter:
SA (VI.A) : 541(an)
skin of bacon:
SA (VI.A) : 541(ao)
“Folk”:
SA (VI.A) : 541(ap)
cannibalism no crime at common law (cf. incest):
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0541(g)
SA (VI.A) : 541(aq)
I can't look at it:
SA (VI.A) : 541(ar)
false teeth true taste:
SA (VI.A) : 541(as)
diner growls (cf cat):
SA (VI.A) : 541(at)
Dr Tanner fasted 40 dys:
SA (VI.A) : 541(au)
red wine for men, white for women:
SA (VI.A) : 541(av)
break teeth visit 2nd pair:

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SA (VI.A) : 571(a)
SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS
SA (VI.A) : 571(b)
Queen Elizabeth ate frumenty for breakfast boiled wheat,
SA (VI.A) : 571(c)
Yeats says China has no railways because they can't draw straight lines:
SA (VI.A) : 571(d)
lord Ashbourne put on his trousers / when Ireland wouldn't recruit: Green
SA (VI.A) : 571(e)
Peter Ibsen († 1766), c, Henrik Ib = Wendu Dishington, c, Henrik Ib = Xm, cousins, in front ‘theatre’:
SA (VI.A) : 571(f)
Maeterlinck's Macbeth in castle audience go from room to room:
SA (VI.A) : 571(g)
L. P. Fargué — ubu roi démodé:
SA (VI.A) : 571(h)
play the lead:
Note: See also N01 (VI.B.10):113(e), N06 (VI.B.11):041(o) and N20 (VI.B.13):225(b).
SA (VI.A) : 571(i)
stage Irishman and pulpit Irishman:
SA (VI.A) : 571(j)
end of life pleasure = gentle motion Aristippus:
SA (VI.A) : 571(k)
spotlights:
SA (VI.A) : 571(l)
comedy, 2 writers very friendly write against each other:
SA (VI.A) : 571(m)
people die for a religion they won't live for:
SA (VI.A) : 571(n)
tales within tales / (1001) Green
[title and style] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0021(d), SA (VI.A):0031(b), and SA (VI.A):0981(m)
SA (VI.A) : 571(o)
Ulysses unlucky Penelope false:
SA (VI.A) : 571(p)
wittol (cocu) advocates (adultery):
SA (VI.A) : 571(q)
O rare!: O our mistress!
SA (VI.A) : 571(r)
prime / (spring) Green
SA (VI.A) : 571(s)
verse complete in couplet,
In the best poets, as in the old classic verse of France, the sense must be completed in one couplet. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.266
SA (VI.A) : 571(t)
aaaa b cinquain, quatrain, with cccc b pentastich,
A favourite form is the Rubá'í or quatrain, made familiar to English ears by Mr Fitzgerald's masterly adaptation of OMar-i-Khayyám … The Mukhammas, cinquains or pentastichs (Night cmlxiv.), represents a stanza of two distichs and a hemistich in monorhyme … e.g., aaaab + ccccb. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.266
SA (VI.A) : 571(u)
soft hard breathing,
For the infinite complications of Arabic prosody the Khafíf (soft breathing) and Sahíh (hard breathing) … I must refer readers to such specialists as Freytag and Sam. Clarke … Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.263.n
SA (VI.A) : 571(v)
quantity & accent,
Arabic metre so far resembles that of Greece and Rome that the value of syllable depends upon the “quantity” or position of their consonants, not on accent as in English and the Neo-Latin tongues. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.262
SA (VI.A) : 571(w)
well of English must be defiled Bethesda,
SA (VI.A) : 571(x)
epistolary novels = stagecoach:
SA (VI.A) : 571(y)
God sees rut from above:
SA (VI.A) : 571(z)
Proust, analytic still life: finest prose he read for a long time (A.E. on J.S.).
SA (VI.A) : 571(aa)
devil may quote Shakespeare: all actresses play demi-mondaines well:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ab)
dream thoughts / are wake thoughts of centuries ago: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 571(ac)
unconscious / memories:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ad)
great recurrence:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ae)
race memorial:
SA (VI.A) : 571(af)
repressions:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ag)
fixations:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ah)
signs by:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ai)
cholera morbus:
SA (VI.A) : 571(aj)
O vro! O vro!:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ak)
marry me so:
SA (VI.A) : 571(al)
gansy:
SA (VI.A) : 571(am)
buck my head:
SA (VI.A) : 571(an)
collective mania stories:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ao)
thunter:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ap)
every other time:
SA (VI.A) : 571(aq)
curragh:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ar)
barony:
SA (VI.A) : 571(as)
o cool of the curls:
SA (VI.A) : 571(at)
oildark waters:
SA (VI.A) : 571(au)
he is the real beast:
SA (VI.A) : 571(av)
it was the way:
SA (VI.A) : 571(aw)
the Lord ordered it:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ax)
spancel his hands:
SA (VI.A) : 571(ay)
a scribe of ground:
SA (VI.A) : 571(az)
chune (WBY): chewn: Green
SA (VI.A) : 571(ba)
cleanshaven road (P.P.):
SA (VI.A) : 571(bb)
Land of Heart's Desire = Little Eyolf:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bc)
4th wall of theatre:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bd)
P. Weekes published & at once suppressed:
SA (VI.A) : 571(be)
praste:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bf)
nuts of knowledge (AE):
SA (VI.A) : 571(bg)
her cogodfather: Red
SA (VI.A) : 571(bh)
1000 = 3rd / toe on the 2nd foot of the 4th man: Green
SA (VI.A) : 571(bi)
sheep no? in Irish:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bj)
Dweller in the Innermost:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bk)
AE Lurgan (Armagh) 1867 Aet 56, WBY 58 GBS 67. GM 71. (1923)
SA (VI.A) : 571(bl)
face etched by wind:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bm)
evidently a personage:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bn)
AE Cleary:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bo)
what language is most spoken by most people:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bp)
Gibt man S in Eng? ja, ewige Ubersetzungen:
SA (VI.A) : 571(bq)
G. M. Blow his nose for him
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):082(b)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 571(br)
Omar to whom?
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):100(d)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 591(a)
WANDERING ROCKS
SA (VI.A) : 591(b)
How do you? How do you do: Blue
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0151(e)
SA (VI.A) : 591(c)
‘Opening tomorrow’ Green
SA (VI.A) : 591(d)
Charley's wine: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: FW 426.25 derives from N10 (VI.B.16):034(j).
SA (VI.A) : 591(e)
Carlisle,
SA (VI.A) : 591(f)
Essex Bridge, Blue
  • FW unlocated
Note: 125.17 (I.5) entered draft 7 from N26 (VI.B.18):044(f)
SA (VI.A) : 591(g)
Sackville Street: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 591(h)
away on leave:
SA (VI.A) : 591(i)
they stop 1 sec — come along:
SA (VI.A) : 591(j)
that reminds / me: Fargue knows manager of the belle jardinière: Blue

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SA (VI.A) : 621(a)
SIRENS
SA (VI.A) : 621(b)
singing evangelist:
SA (VI.A) : 621(c)
Tristan Tantris Tantramas: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 621(d)
philtre love to hate, essence of Erin:
SA (VI.A) : 621(e)
coloratura: Green
SA (VI.A) : 621(f)
O no O no O no O no (wobbling knife):
SA (VI.A) : 621(g)
cadence of cooing doves,
Had I rejected the “Cadence of the cooing-dove” because un-English, I should have adopted the balanced periods of the Anglican marriage service or the essentially English system of alliteration, requiring some such artful aid to distinguish from the vulgar recitative style the elevated and classical tirades in The Nights. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.256-7
SA (VI.A) : 621(h)
music = mathematics for ladies:
SA (VI.A) : 621(i)
Sirean, city of Sirens unearthed Sorrento:
SA (VI.A) : 621(j)
encore get smthg for nothing:
SA (VI.A) : 621(k)
crowd of W in music shop:
SA (VI.A) : 621(l)
Hommes say nononono. Don't do it. Boathorn:
SA (VI.A) : 621(m)
will you pleeeese come along for Ballinalure a lure. f. mf. moans oons, n:
SA (VI.A) : 621(n)
music of east springs:
SA (VI.A) : 621(o)
Congedo, decided most decidedly, her steel incisive been [?] dugs rung trim as from him she marched, slim in decision, prim and precisely as she marched from him for whom decisively as she decided she arched herself from brow to heels, hips less incisively supple and slim in indecision:
SA (VI.A) : 621(p)
Girls of Wexford:
SA (VI.A) : 621(q)
Foggy jew:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):073(f), N12 (VI.B.14):018(f) and N53 (VI.B.46):106(d).
SA (VI.A) : 621(r)
By the Fountain:
SA (VI.A) : 621(s)
mi-re-do. 5 past 5:
SA (VI.A) : 621(t)
Come unto these sweet Elysian Groves:
SA (VI.A) : 621(u)
shall Trelawney die:
SA (VI.A) : 621(v)
Una Bawn (style of J.J.):
SA (VI.A) : 621(w)
Roughty Tinker:
SA (VI.A) : 621(x)
W. street singer:
SA (VI.A) : 621(y)
waits (ladies & gentlemen):
SA (VI.A) : 621(z)
I'd like to be pickin / of a little bit of chicken / a little bit of turkey or a little bit of ham / and ain't I a good'un / at a little piece of pudden / a little piece of pie ay ay or raspberry jam.
SA (VI.A) : 621(aa)
and she bought him a coat of the very very best: Green
SA (VI.A) : 621(ab)
in Irish songs W makes advance.
SA (VI.A) : 621(ac)
I stood on the bridge at midnight K:
SA (VI.A) : 621(ad)
where is the woman.
SA (VI.A) : 621(ae)
Poet. Love! Love! Love!
SA (VI.A) : 621(af)
B. M. says I understand form not essence of music:
SA (VI.A) : 621(ag)
Ionian
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):119(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 623(a)
[COPY]
Note: Pages 623-625 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 621.

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SA (VI.A) : 641(a)
CYCLOPS
SA (VI.A) : 641(b)
Senchas Mor: Blue
Note: See also N05 (VI.B.2):113(e). Irish Seanchas Mór: The Great Register [corpus of early Irish Law].
SA (VI.A) : 641(c)
by act of parliament: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 641(d)
Adam and Eve spoke basque: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 641(e)
stakeholder:
SA (VI.A) : 641(f)
claiming under him: Green
SA (VI.A) : 641(g)
takes (inherits):
SA (VI.A) : 641(h)
George Wright:
SA (VI.A) : 641(i)
cheddar cheese Irish:
SA (VI.A) : 641(j)
Name! Name!:
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0641(bh) and SA (VI.A):0641(bp)
SA (VI.A) : 641(k)
no place like home and the fire out:
SA (VI.A) : 641(l)
Know what he had boots for:
SA (VI.A) : 641(m)
Mrs Felicia Hemans (Irish):
SA (VI.A) : 641(n)
Mass & rosary my cannon balls:
SA (VI.A) : 641(o)
Our Blessed Lady:
SA (VI.A) : 641(p)
I and the other / men: Green
SA (VI.A) : 641(q)
gun (revolver):
SA (VI.A) : 641(r)
An O'Keefe will never yield to a Gore Booth (Dail):
SA (VI.A) : 641(s)
O. Weiss and wife in country on Sunday suel ze fien:
SA (VI.A) : 641(t)
on a show of hands: Green
SA (VI.A) : 641(u)
bard, bell-branch,
SA (VI.A) : 641(v)
coat of 6 colours, Brown
Note: See also N25 (VI.B.15):062(c)
SA (VI.A) : 641(w)
gold pat of avarice;
SA (VI.A) : 641(x)
occupational name (Butcher): Red
SA (VI.A) : 641(y)
Mr Jones parishioner of Stepney born on high seas:
SA (VI.A) : 641(z)
leave this country:
SA (VI.A) : 641(aa)
jactitation of / marriage: Green
Note: Jactitation of marriage: a giving out or boasting of falsely by a person that he or she is married to another whereby a reputation of their marriage may ensue.
SA (VI.A) : 641(ab)
had the oversight of 4 churches:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ac)
heirs of / tailzie: Blue
Note: Tailzie [Scottish law]: the limnitation of a freehold estate to a person and his heirs.
SA (VI.A) : 641(ad)
in fee:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ae)
coparceners: Blue
Note: Coparcenors: co-heirs.
SA (VI.A) : 641(af)
heir of line:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ag)
by patent:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ah)
in abeyance:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ai)
heirs male of body of grantee:
SA (VI.A) : 641(aj)
sole heir general:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ak)
feloniously:
SA (VI.A) : 641(al)
frequenting (crime): Green
SA (VI.A) : 641(am)
India no history:
SA (VI.A) : 641(an)
heptarchy:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ao)
Offa's dyke (Eng & W):
SA (VI.A) : 641(ap)
intervener / (fem corresp): Green
Note: Intervener [Law]: one who intervenes in a suit to which he r she was not originally a party.
SA (VI.A) : 641(aq)
that is good law: Green
SA (VI.A) : 641(ar)
witness won't swear no faith judge asks ‘no faith in your husband?’ persisted his lordship:
SA (VI.A) : 641(as)
repair thither:
SA (VI.A) : 641(at)
beat to a frazzle:
SA (VI.A) : 641(au)
application summons:
SA (VI.A) : 641(av)
March of the Men of Harlech:
SA (VI.A) : 641(aw)
Muhammad, Mahmud, Hamid, Ahmed, Fatima, Light of the Eyes, Mother of God:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ax)
on probation:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ay)
naval sloop:
SA (VI.A) : 641(az)
‘I would free Ireland’ the child answered:
SA (VI.A) : 641(ba)
rubricated MS:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bb)
names — that's Enough, Too much, she doesn't belong to us:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bc)
no word for kiss in Irish:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bd)
caveman / morals: Brown
Note: It is not clear whether the first or second part, or both, of ‘cavern ethics’ is from this notebook. See also: N01 (VI.B.10):052(c). and N01 (VI.B.10):078(i) for FW 60.14.
SA (VI.A) : 641(be)
coveture of wife:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bf)
of the whole (half) blood:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bg)
carried out the Mosaic dispensation (hanging): Green
Note: See also: N53 (VI.B.46):039(o)
SA (VI.A) : 641(bh)
Name! / Name! Brown
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0641(j) and SA (VI.A):0641(bp)
SA (VI.A) : 641(bi)
our bright little contemporaries: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 641(bj)
hanging stone to rushy fell:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bk)
rake (Drove road): Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0981(ed)
SA (VI.A) : 641(bl)
He who sleepeth not (Allah):
SA (VI.A) : 641(bm)
land disgavelled:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bn)
frank almain:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bo)
knight service:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bp)
Name! Name! Brown
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0641(j) and SA (VI.A):0641(bh)
SA (VI.A) : 641(bq)
Lohengrin is nameless:
SA (VI.A) : 641(br)
M. Personne, chemisier, Dijon:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):032(c)
SA (VI.A) : 641(bs)
Fireball MacNamara:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bt)
begin article on Jonson and Johnson: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: FW 377.32 (II.3:7.4) entered too late to derive from this notebook.
SA (VI.A) : 641(bu)
5 invasions descent of gods divine outpourings from Great Plain:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bv)
Ul. threw Ajax (Il. 32⁄700) Persian King (Cormac MacFlorin).
SA (VI.A) : 641(bw)
Jesus = Jehovah mispronounced:
SA (VI.A) : 641(bx)
God, Healer of Wounds, ~
SA (VI.A) : 641(by)
~ Uniter of / Hearts ~ Green
SA (VI.A) : 641(bz)
~ take care of Peter's pence and Paul's pounds / will take care of themselves,
SA (VI.A) : 641(ca)
Irish massacre,
SA (VI.A) : 641(cb)
Clive Holland (O. W's son):
SA (VI.A) : 641(cd)
Cohen not a jew,
SA (VI.A) : 641(ce)
Cycl doesn't understand a joke Οδυσσευς mandamus:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cf)
as round as hoop: Red
SA (VI.A) : 641(cg)
all arclamps lit in Bog of Allen (Larry Kettle):
SA (VI.A) : 641(ch)
What's that? (come?):
SA (VI.A) : 641(ci)
keep a dog and bark yrself:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cj)
cochineal ni Houlihan:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):128(a)
SA (VI.A) : 641(ck)
Driminrod Weeley:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cl)
initiation of third order strictly private:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cm)
treat for sore eyes:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cn)
explain about Garryowen:
SA (VI.A) : 641(co)
explain Price's retort “tanta gente di aria non m'importa rustica pecus” — LB:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cp)
grazier:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cq)
saorstat (sour stout): Green
SA (VI.A) : 641(cr)
Ulcer, Monster, Leanstor, Connought: Blue
Note: Four Provinces of Ireland: Ulster, Munster, Leinster and Connacht.
SA (VI.A) : 641(cs)
Ireland's eye: Green
Note: Ireland's Eye: A small island off the Dublin coast.
SA (VI.A) : 641(ct)
after war surgeon higher rated than the physician:
SA (VI.A) : 641(cu)
allusion to Millela (Burke): Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 641(cv)
this place = here: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 641(cw)
anonymous gift, person

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SA (VI.A) : 642(a)
polite to wrong persons:
SA (VI.A) : 642(b)
Raftery's light was lost on him:
SA (VI.A) : 642(c)
J. Joyce:
SA (VI.A) : 642(d)
Cuchulan, mayor of Galway:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):129(f)
SA (VI.A) : 642(e)
in zone:
SA (VI.A) : 642(f)
avick: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 642(g)
Shackleton:
SA (VI.A) : 642(h)
County of Cavan:
SA (VI.A) : 642(i)
Ital. who never heard of Dante:
SA (VI.A) : 642(j)
our loyal allies the hills (De Valera): Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 642(k)
love ye (Cork):
SA (VI.A) : 642(l)
godfather & godmother of us Celto-European — Anglo-American:
SA (VI.A) : 642(m)
Kelts stress first syllable:
SA (VI.A) : 642(n)
Tutankh (amen) Odys (seus):
SA (VI.A) : 642(o)
4 [geasa of fenian]:
SA (VI.A) : 642(p)
no dowry, no wife beating, hospitality, give in:
SA (VI.A) : 642(q)
Salmon of Knowledge (J. F. B.):
SA (VI.A) : 642(r)
Boyne:
SA (VI.A) : 642(s)
WAAC:
SA (VI.A) : 642(t)
Battle of Moytura, Firbolgs ask 10 days truce to repair helmets.
SA (VI.A) : 642(u)
Parthalon settled on Old Plain ~
SA (VI.A) : 642(v)
~ (Sean Moy): Blue
Note: Irish Sean Magh, Old Plain, Anglicized Moyelta, where the Parthalonian colonisers died of plague and were buried.
SA (VI.A) : 642(w)
Paps of Ana / (Killarney). Green
  • FW 325.24
  • 2010
  • 1939?
  • MS BL 47400
  • JJA : II.3§
SA (VI.A) : 642(x)
Dana (Ir. Jove):
SA (VI.A) : 642(y)
Ur of Chaldees:
SA (VI.A) : 642(z)
distance of 9 waves:
SA (VI.A) : 642(aa)
Nuada of silver hands:
SA (VI.A) : 642(ab)
my friend A:
SA (VI.A) : 642(ac)
better nor you:
SA (VI.A) : 642(ad)
Woods halfpence ~ Green
Note: Copper coinage for Ireland produced in 1724 by William Wood was in fact a swindle. Jonathan Swift wrote tracts against what he called Wood.s half pence.
SA (VI.A) : 642(ae)
~ & Peter's pence
SA (VI.A) : 642(af)
queen of Ireland's mother:
SA (VI.A) : 642(ag)
51 rue Vaneau:
SA (VI.A) : 642(ah)
Cosa la mi conti de bel (what's best new) benedeto de Dio (G. bless yr head) Adele (no servant).

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SA (VI.A) : 643(a)
[Pages 643-647 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from pages 641-642]

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SA (VI.A) : 648(a)
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SA (VI.A) : 681(a)
NAUSIKAA
SA (VI.A) : 681(b)
possibilities of back windows, noise of women in kitchen:
SA (VI.A) : 681(c)
sale counter:
SA (VI.A) : 681(d)
Canute bids tide turn: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(e)
time and tide wait for / no man: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(f)
fashion exhibits: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(g)
I so want you: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 681(h)
love is deaf: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(i)
you know her: you love her to death: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(j)
yet those lips:
SA (VI.A) : 681(k)
you kind one:
SA (VI.A) : 681(l)
see upside down head in fork more hues:
SA (VI.A) : 681(m)
an angel being: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(n)
chiselled features:
SA (VI.A) : 681(o)
turned on her heel: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(p)
made much of him: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(q)
schoolgirl complexion: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N01 (VI.B.10):035(k)
SA (VI.A) : 681(r)
little sufferers:
Note: See also: N.07.015.
SA (VI.A) : 681(s)
sister souls: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(t)
far, far better: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(u)
tape for a garter: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(v)
horrid: rude: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(w)
full well: Brown
Note: See also N10 (VI.B.16):019(i)
SA (VI.A) : 681(x)
at the proper time: Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(y)
ashamed of her sex:
SA (VI.A) : 681(z)
baby went asleep:
SA (VI.A) : 681(aa)
said one little prayer: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(ab)
ticklish = virgin:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ac)
Punt, land of perfume: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(ad)
at Torres Strait everything smells:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ae)
bride's cold:
SA (VI.A) : 681(af)
cat's urine = valerianic acid:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ag)
mayflower = herba comina [?]:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ah)
women wear white, man black:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ai)
colour crept back into her face:
SA (VI.A) : 681(aj)
girl's dream of death she still lives:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ak)
angel of slums:
SA (VI.A) : 681(al)
call of nature:
SA (VI.A) : 681(am)
girl secrets = instinct of nestbuilding:
SA (VI.A) : 681(an)
puberty, voice louder, hair lighter:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ao)
uncap lens camera:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ap)
changed / colour: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N04 (VI.B.25):160(a), immediate source of FW 177.07.
SA (VI.A) : 681(aq)
lady bountiful:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ar)
how like a woman! Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(as)
sweet young thing:
SA (VI.A) : 681(at)
not a pick of brains:
SA (VI.A) : 681(au)
most beautiful woman in face and form:
SA (VI.A) : 681(av)
girl bites nails:
SA (VI.A) : 681(aw)
2 girls adieu they both run 10 paces, stop:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ax)
Cuban heels:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ay)
tante madonne i tante incinte:
SA (VI.A) : 681(az)
stink like polecat, Red
SA (VI.A) : 681(ba)
he was / very continental: Brown
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0301(i) above.
SA (VI.A) : 681(bb)
smell scent on back of hand:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bc)
she plays with suitors like Penelope:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bd)
put her in a glass case & throw [??] at her:
SA (VI.A) : 681(be)
in / advance of fashion: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 681(bf)
every word was meant:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bg)
to have or to hold, till death us 2 part, quite lost on him.
1 For instance : I, M. | take thee N. | to my wedded wife, | to have and to hold | from this day forward, | for better for worse, | for richer for poorer, | in sickness and health, | to love and to cherish, | till death do us part, etc. Here it becomes mere blank verse which is, of course, a defect in prose style. In that delightful old French the Saj'a frequently appeared when attention was solicited for the titles of books: e.g. Le Romant de la Rose, ou tout lart damours est enclose. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.256.n
SA (VI.A) : 681(bh)
rained / kisses, Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(bi)
frizzy hair, Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(bj)
pussycat bow: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(bk)
complexion tea,
SA (VI.A) : 681(bl)
ich habe mich gebuttert,
SA (VI.A) : 681(bm)
facial blemish,
SA (VI.A) : 681(bn)
riddle of the sands,
SA (VI.A) : 681(bo)
hankerpiece
SA (VI.A) : 681(bp)
explosion zone of / audibility, silence audibility: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(bq)
dog barks at moon he sees & can't smell:
SA (VI.A) : 681(br)
add 1 more per day to nose:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bs)
anamist's thanksgiving:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bt)
turn in her eye rather taking:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bu)
girl A walking pulls girl B's sleeve: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(bv)
Lucia girl's teaparty:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bw)
W she said she must go and he asked her why and she said she must really and he asked but why must she and she said really and truly she must:
SA (VI.A) : 681(bx)
Tommy Cosgrave = incarnate pig:
SA (VI.A) : 681(by)
kissing within the / prescribed limits: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(bz)
beauty walks:
SA (VI.A) : 681(ca)
perfect stranger: Green
SA (VI.A) : 681(cb)
pictures hang crooked:
SA (VI.A) : 681(cc)
Cissy ties Ruby's hat:
SA (VI.A) : 681(cd)
I'll tell you again.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):082(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 681(ce)
Pull down the blind, dear.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):083(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 681(cf)
cut educes personality
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):094(f)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 681(cg)
Silly little bottle always / tumbling.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):142(a)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 682(a)
Ever so pleased with.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):224(g)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 683(a)
[Pages 683-685 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from pages 681-682]

Page: VI.A 686

SA (VI.A) : 686(a)
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SA (VI.A) : 721(a)
OXEN OF THE SUN
SA (VI.A) : 721(b)
to know how she did:
SA (VI.A) : 721(c)
gape:
SA (VI.A) : 721(d)
expecting an addition to the family:
SA (VI.A) : 721(e)
I lit out (went): Blue
SA (VI.A) : 721(f)
fantods:
SA (VI.A) : 721(g)
willies:
SA (VI.A) : 721(h)
gee:
SA (VI.A) : 721(i)
any damn plodding / thing: Green
SA (VI.A) : 721(j)
humidor:
SA (VI.A) : 721(k)
dehiscent:
SA (VI.A) : 721(l)
sparkling plug: Blue
  • FW unlocated
Note: Possibly moved to N04 (VI.B.25):166(m) or vice versa, for FW 396.28
SA (VI.A) : 721(m)
insentient:
SA (VI.A) : 721(n)
vult futui Gallia non parere (Martial):
SA (VI.A) : 721(o)
maternity skirt: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 721(p)
saith he who telleth the tale:
SA (VI.A) : 721(q)
none inhabitant:
SA (VI.A) : 721(r)
he saluted that merchant: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 721(s)
this gazelle:
SA (VI.A) : 721(t)
O Leminy!:
SA (VI.A) : 721(u)
politeful: Brown
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 721(v)
olive oil:
SA (VI.A) : 721(w)
old top: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See N01 (VI.B.10):016(k) for FW 380.21
SA (VI.A) : 721(x)
all I herit:
SA (VI.A) : 721(y)
in sleep or wake:
SA (VI.A) : 721(z)
smoked (saw) the plot:
SA (VI.A) : 721(aa)
Yurrup!:
SA (VI.A) : 721(ab)
Lil ole Lunnan:
SA (VI.A) : 721(ac)
so peishent:
SA (VI.A) : 721(ad)
in the wide wide (Eol): Brown
SA (VI.A) : 721(ae)
royal smile,
SA (VI.A) : 721(af)
maiden's blush,
SA (VI.A) : 721(ag)
whizz bang,
SA (VI.A) : 721(ah)
bosom caresses,
SA (VI.A) : 721(ai)
morning glory fizz (boose),
SA (VI.A) : 721(aj)
shright (she right),
SA (VI.A) : 721(ak)
boy like uncle,
SA (VI.A) : 721(al)
the rantin' day the Daddy o' t: Green
Note: Song ‘The Rantin' Dog, the Daddy o't’.
SA (VI.A) : 721(am)
and he drunk (Haines):
SA (VI.A) : 721(an)
wild Irish delivered on all fours:
SA (VI.A) : 721(ao)
groaning chair: Green
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0982(l) below.
SA (VI.A) : 721(ap)
prayer before doing the deed: Green
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):132(e)
SA (VI.A) : 721(aq)
|adeed ofa| kind;
SA (VI.A) : 721(ar)
he laid on load;
SA (VI.A) : 721(as)
endemic,
SA (VI.A) : 721(at)
sporadic,
SA (VI.A) : 721(au)
sacrifice a bull (Irish) to Neptune,
SA (VI.A) : 721(av)
Proust reader ends sentence before him,
SA (VI.A) : 721(aw)
on (Picca) dilly, a 'bus I daringly hope:
SA (VI.A) : 721(ax)
some blame baby, more blame / the clock: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also N08 (VI.B.6):055(j), the source for FW 119.33 (I.5).
SA (VI.A) : 721(ay)
at name of J. all knees shall knock together:
SA (VI.A) : 721(az)
natural daughter:
SA (VI.A) : 721(ba)
twennyfive: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 721(bb)
I do make:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bc)
Billy Sunday Billy Saturday: Green
SA (VI.A) : 721(bd)
night:
SA (VI.A) : 721(be)
since the Author: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 721(bf)
my dear fond husband, my / dear faithful wife: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 721(bg)
was to see:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bh)
raised his scream terribly:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bi)
followed tumult:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bj)
I made Danish:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bk)
what father of 'em all:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bl)
hid themselves into the / woods: Red
SA (VI.A) : 721(bm)
hold Nurse's hand: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 721(bn)
population peg: Green
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):049(c)
SA (VI.A) : 721(bo)
queen bee lays never sleeps:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bp)
blue egg:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bq)
she loves the hive:
SA (VI.A) : 721(br)
blue: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 721(bs)
season 25⁄III — 8⁄x⁄:
SA (VI.A) : 721(bt)
at conception father present as witness (cf. Matrism)[?]:

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SA (VI.A) : 722(a)
[Pages 722-723 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 721]

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SA (VI.A) : 724(a)
[Pages 724-740 are blank]

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SA (VI.A) : 741(a)
CIRCE
SA (VI.A) : 741(b)
the mangod:
SA (VI.A) : 741(c)
masked men:
SA (VI.A) : 741(d)
you thing! Brown
SA (VI.A) : 741(e)
Pat's pig, pig's Pat: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(f)
mask of fox:
SA (VI.A) : 741(g)
pigbell:
SA (VI.A) : 741(h)
bellhorses:
SA (VI.A) : 741(i)
slay river with axe: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(j)
is it a fact that?:
SA (VI.A) : 741(k)
cinema fakes, drown, state of sea, tank:
SA (VI.A) : 741(l)
steeplejack, steeple on floor, camera above:
SA (VI.A) : 741(m)
jumps 10 feet, 1 foot camera in 6 foot pit:
SA (VI.A) : 741(n)
I thought so: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 741(o)
elsewhere than on the land:
SA (VI.A) : 741(p)
my boy (aet. 55):
SA (VI.A) : 741(q)
which is your wife:
SA (VI.A) : 741(r)
you scum: Brown
Note: See also FW 322.05 (II.3)
SA (VI.A) : 741(s)
cook said: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 741(t)
never in God's world!: Brown
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 741(u)
Hogmanay night: Green
Note: See also N26 (VI.B.18):160(b)
SA (VI.A) : 741(v)
I am suggesting:
SA (VI.A) : 741(w)
dear sister in / perfect love, we address you: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(x)
again I say be of …: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(y)
we adhere to you: Brown
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 741(z)
all hail:
SA (VI.A) : 741(aa)
perchance:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ab)
voodooism:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ac)
how sweetly you have responded to us: Brown
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):007(f).
SA (VI.A) : 741(ad)
panties:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ae)
mother's day out = bad boy's opportunity:
SA (VI.A) : 741(af)
old soldier = tales to tell:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ag)
path of duty = bobby's beat:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ah)
backwards:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ai)
tamer leaves cage:
SA (VI.A) : 741(aj)
corn not native of earth (Manu):
SA (VI.A) : 741(ak)
fracture of vault of skull:
SA (VI.A) : 741(al)
Adam 1st cocu:
SA (VI.A) : 741(am)
LB yellow (cocu) cocuage, afraid you may kill your father:
SA (VI.A) : 741(an)
black card:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ao)
deed done by AB:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ap)
synthetic man:
SA (VI.A) : 741(aq)
scotched stocking below knee:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ar)
tilled woman:
SA (VI.A) : 741(as)
finish it:
SA (VI.A) : 741(at)
fumes [?] (th) up charm:
SA (VI.A) : 741(au)
You clearly understand that: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(av)
be a man major:
SA (VI.A) : 741(aw)
he would get jail:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ax)
I may have done (so):
SA (VI.A) : 741(ay)
I did not kill but I know who did:
SA (VI.A) : 741(az)
my poor little man (son):
SA (VI.A) : 741(ba)
finish it:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bb)
always to the utmost of my possibility:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bc)
vile suggestion: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(bd)
who did it? the Jew:
SA (VI.A) : 741(be)
lot of pleasure coming your way: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(bf)
it did her good:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bg)
I have no recollection:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bh)
our new curate — all spinsters curious:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bi)
did his duty (wife): Green
Note: See also N10 (VI.B.16):106(b). The word ‘did’ is not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 741(bj)
her privates: Brown
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 741(bk)
a certain cow:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bl)
lovelife:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bm)
marriage by capture:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bn)
a wrong thing / to do; Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(bo)
shy sadist can't piss coram aliis:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bp)
Nannie ‘this old chap is dead’ ‘Moran was a booser’:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bq)
(W) thinks it must be anus, put wholepepper in:
SA (VI.A) : 741(br)
eat during intercourse:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bs)
whipper feels whipped, tied longs to move:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bt)
strip social protection gone:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bu)
a beautiful devil:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bv)
100% man:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bw)
billycock hat:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bx)
stammering bladder: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(by)
ages ago:
SA (VI.A) : 741(bz)
looking ghastly:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ca)
before you know where / you are: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(cb)
bombardier beetle:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cc)
squirters:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cd)
behind / prison bars: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N18 (VI.B.8):138(h) and N11 (VI.B.5):051(c)
SA (VI.A) : 741(ce)
confessional insanity:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cf)
bumroll (bustle) hottentot apron:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cg)
mare was horsed:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ch)
a bearded voice:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ci)
loveseed:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cj)
I come now to be:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ck)
such was then . . . :
SA (VI.A) : 741(cl)
the arms attached to the shoulders were . . . :
SA (VI.A) : 741(cm)
the arms advancing toward you:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cn)
not in the studbook by a / long way: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(co)
could any red blooded man do less:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cp)
cow is bulled:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cq)
woman sucks herself:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cr)
animals eat / placenta:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cs)
aura (to laugh) = to fuck, Fuegi:
SA (VI.A) : 741(ct)
other porches person:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cu)
kiss me = smell me:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cv)
whipping at cart's tail:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cw)
make an act of contrition:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cx)
clear the / line, priority call, Dover harbour: Green
SA (VI.A) : 741(cy)
I had a bicycle — a pinched one:
SA (VI.A) : 741(cz)
lying hound:
SA (VI.A) : 741(da)
unfitted for a gentleman:
SA (VI.A) : 741(db)
jaunty (Master at arms):
SA (VI.A) : 741(dc)
realist:
SA (VI.A) : 741(dd)
dud coins:
SA (VI.A) : 741(de)
fancy language:
SA (VI.A) : 741(df)
now you're a shifter:
SA (VI.A) : 741(dg)
tiger (servant):
SA (VI.A) : 741(dh)
not a better husband in Drumcondra:
SA (VI.A) : 741(di)
make a long matter worse:
SA (VI.A) : 741(dj)
most intensely doubtful: Red
SA (VI.A) : 741(dk)
depleted nerve centres:
SA (VI.A) : 741(dl)
guest of honour = our rich uncle:
SA (VI.A) : 741(dm)
lady's privilege — strength in weakness:
SA (VI.A) : 741(dn)
from / our billet: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 741(do)
run riot:
SA (VI.A) : 741(dp)
wandering wd. (wood) (makes you ~

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SA (VI.A) : 742(a)
~ lose your way):
SA (VI.A) : 742(b)
snails in hair snakes it is the custom here for women to wear flowers:
SA (VI.A) : 742(c)
oracle = dream:
SA (VI.A) : 742(d)
his stories:
SA (VI.A) : 742(e)
I'm as innocent as you are:
SA (VI.A) : 742(f)
I'll slap your nose:
SA (VI.A) : 742(g)
BB wellhung: Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 742(h)
will of God be done (cocu):
SA (VI.A) : 742(i)
whiphand:
SA (VI.A) : 742(j)
suicide with borrowed razor
SA (VI.A) : 742(k)
drowned with hands in pockets:
SA (VI.A) : 742(l)
Arab pilgrims carry shroud:
SA (VI.A) : 742(m)
Abraham 1st man to / part hair: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 742(n)
shave bush wash after shitting:
SA (VI.A) : 742(o)
liver / (lust) ~ Green
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0742(p) below.
SA (VI.A) : 742(p)
~ heart (love): Green
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0742(o) above.
SA (VI.A) : 742(q)
mufti = lord chancellor:
SA (VI.A) : 742(r)
3 days guest (Sumnat):
SA (VI.A) : 742(s)
Miss Stone danced about courtroom, kissed reporters & then fainted:
SA (VI.A) : 742(t)
life of a pair of stockings:
SA (VI.A) : 742(u)
beetling brows: craggy forehead:
SA (VI.A) : 742(v)
cinnamon & gold silk hose:
SA (VI.A) : 742(w)
white marriage:
SA (VI.A) : 742(x)
highbosomed (tette fauna baruffa):
SA (VI.A) : 742(y)
L B speaks of M B in masculine:
So Mohammed addressed his girl-wife Ayishah in the masculine [as it would be “coarse and immodest” to address a girl in the feminine]. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.234.n
SA (VI.A) : 742(z)
honoured hand:
SA (VI.A) : 742(aa)
lowdown joint: Blue
Note: See also N01 (VI.B.10):046(d)
SA (VI.A) : 742(ab)
unfrocked: Red
Note: See also: N01 (VI.B.10):059(c)
SA (VI.A) : 742(ac)
when whores laugh:
SA (VI.A) : 742(ad)
milkeries:
SA (VI.A) : 742(ae)
the contanmations for alimentation and manutention:
SA (VI.A) : 742(af)
10 ballerino assoluto:
SA (VI.A) : 742(ag)
ever green:
SA (VI.A) : 742(ah)
Immerbloom: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 742(ai)
children in hell have fungoid fever pimples; suck pus of infernal toadstools:
SA (VI.A) : 742(aj)
You're dirty, filthy;
SA (VI.A) : 742(ak)
the Uprise, kiss is the key to Kitty;
SA (VI.A) : 742(al)
reddened breasts, W pimp knows when M hot:
SA (VI.A) : 742(am)
may you have a historical house in Drumcondra:
SA (VI.A) : 742(an)
caused him to be burned:
SA (VI.A) : 742(ao)
merkin, passatempo, Dominie Dollotto,
Of the penis succedanus, that imitation of the Arbor vitæ or Soter Kosmou, which the Latins called phallus and fascinum, the French godemiché and the Italians passatempo and diletto (whence our “dildo”) every kind abounds, varying from a stuffed “French letter” to a cone of ribbed horn which looks like an instruent of torture. For the use of men they have the “merkin,” a heart-shaped article of thin skin stuffed with cotton and slit with an artificial vagina … All are familiar with … the ludicrous contrast of the huge-membered wights who land in the Isle of Women and presently escape from it, wrinkled and shrivelled, true Domine Dolittles. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.239
Note: The artificial penis is called in Latin penis succedanus, phallus, or fascinum; in French godemiche; in Italian passe-tempo or dilleto (hence “dildo”); in Hindoo, apadravya. Aristophanes writes of the use of this instrument (called the olisbos. among the Mileserins. The use of such instruments for sexual stimulation was as well known in Biblical (read Ezekiel) as in ancient classical times. Lesbian women are reputed to use these aids, made from ivory or gold, and covered with silk and linen.
SA (VI.A) : 742(ap)
Rigoletto,
Note: This entry is interlineated. Rigoletto is an opera in three acts written by Giuseppe Verdi. The Italian libretto was written by Francesco Maria Piave based on Victor Hugo's play Le roi s'amuse. In the face of initial problems with the Austrian censors who had control over northern Italian theatres at the time, the opera had a triumphant premiere at La Fenice in Venice on 11 March 1851.
The opera is considered by many to be the first of the masterpieces of Verdi's middle-to-late career. Its tragic story revolves around the licentious Duke of Mantua, his hunch-backed court jester Rigoletto, and Rigoletto's beautiful daughter Gilda. The opera's original title, La maledizione (“The Curse”), refers to the curse laid on the Duke and on Rigoletto by a courtier whose daughter had been seduced by the Duke with Rigoletto's encouragement. The curse works when Gilda falls in love with the Duke, and ultimately sacrifices her life to save him from the assassins hired by Rigoletto.
SA (VI.A) : 742(aq)
lower wig = bush,
The corresponding apparatus for males, cunnus succedanus, is termed in English a “merkin,” which originally denoted imitated hair of the female genatalia, or quim. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.239
SA (VI.A) : 742(ar)
dogheaded cat,
SA (VI.A) : 742(as)
split man,
SA (VI.A) : 742(at)
hammamelin suppository injected into bowel,
Note: Hammamelin: substance extracted from witch hazel.
SA (VI.A) : 742(au)
why she frowned = hubby's lame excuse,
SA (VI.A) : 742(av)
pottery jiggerer,
SA (VI.A) : 742(aw)
budget trimmer,
SA (VI.A) : 742(ax)
scorches (cutlery),
SA (VI.A) : 742(ay)
vamp creaser,
SA (VI.A) : 742(az)
in the intention of being agreeable to you,
SA (VI.A) : 742(ba)
does your dear wear horns?
SA (VI.A) : 742(bb)
fornicatress off Brinn's Bridge = handsome hair cutter,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bc)
garrulous invalid,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bd)
Threestar and Eyesold,
SA (VI.A) : 742(be)
same side of the world,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bf)
boon of W's beauty,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bg)
he looked at the time (clock),
SA (VI.A) : 742(bh)
took after pa, God, walking around, the convent,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bi)
will you have the goodness and kindness,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bj)
O dearest Lady Aberdeen we long yr face to see, For well we know you love us humble tho'we be. Today we bid you welcome from this our childhood's Tearful Emotion,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bk)
catterpillar attachment,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bl)
backfire,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bm)
aortic regurgitation,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bn)
slot of a boar,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bo)
Lavalliere necktie,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bp)
he will arrive incessantly, Green
SA (VI.A) : 742(bq)
bloodsweating,
SA (VI.A) : 742(br)
behemoth (hippo),
SA (VI.A) : 742(bs)
raucoos rook,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bt)
fieldstone,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bu)
gun trained on house,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bv)
sandpiper,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bw)
Dottrell,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bx)
gaggles of wild geese, Green
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):080(a)
SA (VI.A) : 742(by)
Sam Browne belt,
SA (VI.A) : 742(bz)
blackfaced comedian,
SA (VI.A) : 742(ca)
Old Tom Gregory, has a big menagerie, Red
SA (VI.A) : 742(cb)
keep on doing it all night long:
SA (VI.A) : 742(cc)
R.A.C. of Israel, 126:
SA (VI.A) : 742(cd)
LB's benefactress (HW) receiving thanks of many waiters:
Note: A reference to Joyce's extravagant tipping, using money given him by Harriet Shaw Weaver.
SA (VI.A) : 742(ce)
cubfox:
SA (VI.A) : 742(cf)
leper cure intravenous & intramuscular injection chaulmoogra oil (soluble):
SA (VI.A) : 742(cg)
Dopplegänger: Green
Note: Doppelganger, doubleganger: the apparition of a living person, a wraith, a double. See also N03 (VI.B.3):129(e).

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SA (VI.A) : 743(a)
SD has angel guardian & devil:
SA (VI.A) : 743(b)
log. Dan / = D.O:
SA (VI.A) : 743(c)
skin prick copious like neck of a chicken:
SA (VI.A) : 743(d)
Our Mr. Leopold:
SA (VI.A) : 743(e)
password:
SA (VI.A) : 743(f)
come when you're called:
SA (VI.A) : 743(g)
in trouble by me:
SA (VI.A) : 743(h)
H. N. to the N. old man:
SA (VI.A) : 743(i)
banana stuck in her fig:
SA (VI.A) : 743(j)
royal bearer:
SA (VI.A) : 743(k)
polar bearer: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 743(l)
Matthew McPherson:
SA (VI.A) : 743(m)
a boucken of stroutz:
SA (VI.A) : 743(n)
for the cause:
SA (VI.A) : 743(o)
syphilis is the Austria of disease, if it did not exist it would be necessary to invent it (Metternich):
Note: See also: N38 (VI.B.32):211(d)
SA (VI.A) : 743(p)
Bar Mitzvah (Son of Law):
SA (VI.A) : 743(q)
5 to 1 bar one:
SA (VI.A) : 743(r)
Geneva gown:
SA (VI.A) : 743(s)
give over ([??]):
SA (VI.A) : 743(t)
have you a sister of your own:
SA (VI.A) : 743(u)
convert Irel to Islam:
SA (VI.A) : 743(v)
anathema maran athata:
SA (VI.A) : 743(w)
what I wish in this direction:
SA (VI.A) : 743(x)
single pearl ring with diamond shoulders:
SA (VI.A) : 743(y)
waitresses accompany sailors to public house:
SA (VI.A) : 743(z)
this thing must not be:
SA (VI.A) : 743(aa)
what Kitchener did to Zimer plug full of holes. halidom:
SA (VI.A) : 743(ab)
never ano of! principality:
SA (VI.A) : 743(ac)
solicitress: Blue
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also N12 (VI.B.14):214(h), probable source of FW 90.16
SA (VI.A) : 743(ad)
two old W with inverted pipes:
SA (VI.A) : 743(ae)
harebrained escapes:
SA (VI.A) : 743(af)
pig's bastard: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):113(f)
SA (VI.A) : 743(ag)
Murray vultures are on / the prowl: Red
Note: Possibly copied to N11 (VI.B.5):036(a)
SA (VI.A) : 743(ah)
unknown beggar comes to ~
SA (VI.A) : 743(ai)
~ bigtimer ~ Blue
SA (VI.A) : 743(aj)
~ in day of triumph to tell of a past bêtise:
SA (VI.A) : 743(ak)
while she was shaving:
SA (VI.A) : 743(al)
make walk a [??]:
SA (VI.A) : 743(am)
Aunt Hobblesides:
SA (VI.A) : 743(an)
Hopping God:
SA (VI.A) : 743(ao)
Slattery's Mounted Foot: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 743(ap)
entrained &.lp:
SA (VI.A) : 743(aq)
shake your both hands:
SA (VI.A) : 743(ar)
lovespot:
SA (VI.A) : 743(as)
m deary: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 743(at)
Royal antedeluvian order of buffaloes:
SA (VI.A) : 743(au)
holy Willy:
SA (VI.A) : 743(av)
costive Satan: Red
SA (VI.A) : 743(aw)
not fit to throw guts to a bear: Red
SA (VI.A) : 743(ax)
our Mr James: Red
SA (VI.A) : 743(ay)
bestiality in Irish songs:
SA (VI.A) : 743(az)
true, very true:
SA (VI.A) : 743(ba)
Hands off Bloom! ghastly:
SA (VI.A) : 743(bb)
you cripple (fratres) Holy Headwaiter of Lamb of God milk (brine) white suds of Holy Ghost:
SA (VI.A) : 743(bc)
LB amnesia where is yr nightwork, bath bun, password:
SA (VI.A) : 743(bd)
Colin eyeshield (iron mask):
SA (VI.A) : 743(be)
whore welcome only in her bed:
SA (VI.A) : 743(bf)
life explosion to explosion (George Kaiser): Blue
Note: The word ‘life’ is not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 743(bg)
decent of him (lay W):
SA (VI.A) : 743(bh)
Queerest man in the world Red
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):097(a)
Note: Entered by Sheet i-7(a). This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 743(bi)
Go backwards in a Taxi.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):126(a)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

Page: VI.A 744

SA (VI.A) : 744(b)
[The material on pages 744-762 is in handwriting ‘D’ and was entered at a much later date.]
Note: See also: SD2 (VI.A):744(a)

Page: VI.A 763

SA (VI.A) : 763(a)
 
Note: BLANK page

Page: VI.A 764

SA (VI.A) : 764(a)
[COPY]
Note: Pages 764-776 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from pages 741-743]

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SA (VI.A) : 777(a)
 
Note: Pages 777-800 are BLANK.

Page: VI.A 801

SA (VI.A) : 801(a)
EUMEUS
SA (VI.A) : 801(b)
time we started, train won't wait:
SA (VI.A) : 801(c)
not to put too fine a point on it:
SA (VI.A) : 801(d)
prominently connected with: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 801(e)
to the best of his recollection:
SA (VI.A) : 801(f)
spoke to his having seen:
SA (VI.A) : 801(g)
causing grievous bodily injury:
SA (VI.A) : 801(h)
preferred to put in writing:
SA (VI.A) : 801(i)
porterhouse steak: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(j)
day or so:
SA (VI.A) : 801(k)
medicine bottle:
SA (VI.A) : 801(l)
call in the doctor:
SA (VI.A) : 801(m)
Crimean veteran:
SA (VI.A) : 801(n)
remarkable evidence: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(o)
miscarriage of justice:
SA (VI.A) : 801(p)
ducked his head:
SA (VI.A) : 801(q)
mutiny on high seas:
SA (VI.A) : 801(r)
play hind legs of the horse:
SA (VI.A) : 801(s)
couldn't lay his hands on the bottle:
SA (VI.A) : 801(t)
interloper irregularity:
SA (VI.A) : 801(u)
formidable looking:
SA (VI.A) : 801(v)
conjectured:
SA (VI.A) : 801(w)
short of / cash: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(x)
funny idea to — would be his lot:
SA (VI.A) : 801(y)
was the / gratifying experience: Brown
Note: The words ‘was the’ are not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 801(z)
shape of face frequently alters / with the passing of years: Red
Note: See also N04 (VI.B.25):154(q)
SA (VI.A) : 801(aa)
all ranks of society from Duke to Dustman:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ab)
favourite tweeds:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ac)
a sad circumstance: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(ad)
recommended by:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ae)
laid up with illness:
SA (VI.A) : 801(af)
the devoted / couple: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 801(ag)
proved of the happiest character:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ah)
union was blessed with:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ai)
grand sacred concert:
SA (VI.A) : 801(aj)
prevented me using a pen:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ak)
press epistle:
SA (VI.A) : 801(al)
views unsurpassed in value:
SA (VI.A) : 801(am)
duffer:
SA (VI.A) : 801(an)
temporary edifice:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ao)
thoroughpaced: Red
Note: See also N12 (VI.B.14):151(a).
SA (VI.A) : 801(ap)
with commendable pluck:
SA (VI.A) : 801(aq)
your valuable paper:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ar)
their captors:
SA (VI.A) : 801(as)
offered no resistance:
SA (VI.A) : 801(at)
sank to the pavement:
SA (VI.A) : 801(au)
overtasking his strength:
SA (VI.A) : 801(av)
expect great / things: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 801(aw)
submitted a panel of 3 names:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ax)
rendered spiritual comfort:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ay)
laying all joking aside: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(az)
shadowed:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ba)
duty peck (kiss): Brown
SA (VI.A) : 801(bb)
blackedged expression: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 801(bc)
sluggish liver: Green
SA (VI.A) : 801(bd)
somehow Have you — er — :
SA (VI.A) : 801(be)
mischiefmaker: Red
Note: See also N07 (VI.X.2):001(m).
SA (VI.A) : 801(bf)
under a / cloud: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0802(cc) below.
SA (VI.A) : 801(bg)
big doings:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bh)
affect his position:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bi)
February one / of the shortest months of the year: Green
Note: not in final text
SA (VI.A) : 801(bj)
engaged their attention:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bk)
infra dig:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bl)
his calico body: Green
SA (VI.A) : 801(bm)
with agonising sobs:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bn)
wound was consistent with a bite:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bo)
funnyosities long arm of coincidence:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bp)
in front of the servant:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bq)
system-/atic cruelty: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 801(br)
his place in her affections was usurped by a lodger:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bs)
threw the contents of a jug of beer:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bt)
noticed familiarity:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bu)
supplied with this information: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(bv)
said / she was with friends: Green
Note: The word ‘said’ is not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 801(bw)
went on counsel:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bx)
about the dirtiest trick he could play:
SA (VI.A) : 801(by)
who to fasten the baby on:
SA (VI.A) : 801(bz)
to again propose matrimony:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ca)
marriage was mentioned:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cb)
wrongdoing: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(cc)
used his penury:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cd)
immoral earnings:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ce)
noticeably: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(cf)
the downstairs door: Green
SA (VI.A) : 801(cg)
a little money:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ch)
you could not find a happier couple:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ci)
rare socked:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cj)
right to the very end:
SA (VI.A) : 801(ck)
pally (girls):
SA (VI.A) : 801(cl)
female prisoner:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cm)
a serious charge: Green
SA (VI.A) : 801(cn)
rambling in his speech:
SA (VI.A) : 801(co)
played on her affections:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cp)
decks awash, boom smashed:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cq)
‘we made him sorry’ added she, referring to marks on prisoner's face:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cr)
annoying soldiers: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(cs)
persons using the park: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(ct)
enforce marital rights:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cu)
within prohibited degree:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cv)
turning of the worm:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cw)
signed ‘green tea’ (Jap lover):
SA (VI.A) : 801(cx)
appearances pointed to:
SA (VI.A) : 801(cy)
what do you think? yesterday ...: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 801(cz)
mustard and pep:
SA (VI.A) : 801(da)
exercise discretion:
SA (VI.A) : 801(db)
highly strung (sir): Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 801(dc)
with his unit: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 801(dd)
motorscooted:
SA (VI.A) : 801(de)
old couple's fate:
SA (VI.A) : 801(df)
exchanged rings:
SA (VI.A) : 801(dg)
introduced another woman into the house:
SA (VI.A) : 801(dh)
completely broke down:
SA (VI.A) : 801(di)
the kissing solicitor: Red
SA (VI.A) : 801(dj)
dragged her cables:
SA (VI.A) : 801(dk)
petitioner prayed:
SA (VI.A) : 801(dl)
the lady heard some

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SA (VI.A) : 802(a)
wept for several minutes:
SA (VI.A) : 802(b)
a married woman over whom he cried:
SA (VI.A) : 802(c)
he perspired freely (Lotus): Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(d)
had dealings with men:
SA (VI.A) : 802(e)
on happy terms with:
SA (VI.A) : 802(f)
frequently kissed her when she was in bed:
SA (VI.A) : 802(g)
professional getup:
SA (VI.A) : 802(h)
failed to effect his purpose:
SA (VI.A) : 802(i)
his head was x rayed:
SA (VI.A) : 802(j)
a relative described her as:
SA (VI.A) : 802(k)
developed a series of boils: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(l)
valvular disease: Red
SA (VI.A) : 802(m)
last time I saw him alive:
SA (VI.A) : 802(n)
certain references to the / Deity: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(o)
accelerated the end:
SA (VI.A) : 802(p)
beyond all human aid:
SA (VI.A) : 802(q)
sought relief in alcohol: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(r)
drank a fiery mixture:
Note: See also: N17 (VI.B.9):015(e)
SA (VI.A) : 802(s)
office will hum: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(t)
spent the night in a chair:
SA (VI.A) : 802(u)
the / lady brought proceedings: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(v)
claimed two lives:
SA (VI.A) : 802(w)
admitted misconduct when tight:
SA (VI.A) : 802(x)
wrote out a paper:
SA (VI.A) : 802(y)
undischarged bankrupt:
SA (VI.A) : 802(z)
the shock of her musical life: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(aa)
on his way / to a prostitute: Red
SA (VI.A) : 802(ab)
true professional spirit:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ac)
fond of ladies'society:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ad)
not such a thing in the building:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ae)
‘accident’ girl's child:
SA (VI.A) : 802(af)
reasonable sexual attention:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ag)
sordid tale: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(ah)
habitué:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ai)
a perfect lie:
SA (VI.A) : 802(aj)
the justices made out an order:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ak)
having fun together: Red
SA (VI.A) : 802(al)
put him in possession of the facts:
SA (VI.A) : 802(am)
receive attentions of the dentist:
SA (VI.A) : 802(an)
handed in her married name in writing:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ao)
flat denial:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ap)
I have the greatest faith in:
SA (VI.A) : 802(aq)
the contents of the stomach (pump):
SA (VI.A) : 802(ar)
revealed the presence of carbide:
SA (VI.A) : 802(as)
behind locked doors: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(at)
French maid's morals:
SA (VI.A) : 802(au)
in everybody's mouth:
SA (VI.A) : 802(av)
kissing steadily: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(aw)
pleasantry:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ax)
a semi-coloured man: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N17 (VI.B.9):015(b) for more likely source of FW 463.14.
SA (VI.A) : 802(ay)
paid her attention:
SA (VI.A) : 802(az)
like a sensible / man: Red
SA (VI.A) : 802(ba)
charge of abducting:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bb)
every syllable of the narrative:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bc)
on the morning of Tuesday:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bd)
bullet entered his head:
SA (VI.A) : 802(be)
pull up his socks:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bf)
carried all before him:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bg)
that's about it: Blue
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 802(bh)
leeway:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bi)
true plotting of ship's position:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bj)
had a nodding acquaintance / with the works of: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(bk)
in the march of civilisation: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(bl)
exercise rights as a husband:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bm)
5th wheel:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bn)
his own peculiar / way: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 802(bo)
safety in numbers:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bp)
to x belongs the honour of:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bq)
verbatim: Red
SA (VI.A) : 802(br)
all murdered in their beds:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bs)
answered an advertisement and got a work entitled:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bt)
received all too little attention:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bu)
desertion in the 1st Division:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bv)
abide by decision:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bw)
consummate:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bx)
had this couple [??]:
SA (VI.A) : 802(by)
remarking ‘this is a fine picture’ he knocked Critchley down:
SA (VI.A) : 802(bz)
chaff:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ca)
stayed to tea and later proposed marriage:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cb)
lady's affections went astray:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cc)
under rather a cloud: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0801(bf) above. Later modified by N21 (VI.B.20):034(g)
SA (VI.A) : 802(cd)
wicked untruth: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: Possibly moved to N17 (VI.B.9):015(c), source of FW 459.36.
SA (VI.A) : 802(ce)
met a man, had a drop of port wine and remembered no more:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cf)
inspired statement:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cg)
ugly wound:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ch)
angry / boil: Green
SA (VI.A) : 802(ci)
denied all knowledge of the matter:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cj)
mediumistic it is most dreadful:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ck)
countess's stockings:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cl)
boxing contest:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cm)
strike oil:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cn)
had a shave and a haircut:
SA (VI.A) : 802(co)
when baby came:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cp)
Mr. Jones met Mr. Smith:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cq)
fortunes of war:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cr)
interested in opposite sex:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cs)
nuisance:
SA (VI.A) : 802(ct)
look of smouldering fury:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cu)
gets playing with other fellow's wife:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cv)
devil to pay:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cw)
show white feather:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cx)
benedict:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cy)
the facts of life:
SA (VI.A) : 802(cz)
a square spot:
SA (VI.A) : 802(da)
papa & mama:
SA (VI.A) : 802(db)
to whom he was greatly attached:
SA (VI.A) : 802(dc)
on Cassius'remarking, Brutus then expresses the opinion:
SA (VI.A) : 802(dd)
authentic apple:
SA (VI.A) : 802(de)
impressive funeral:
SA (VI.A) : 802(df)
goal kicking extraordinary:

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SA (VI.A) : 803(a)
div. commedia just what you would expect Dante to write:
SA (VI.A) : 803(b)
grandmother not expected to live:
SA (VI.A) : 803(c)
he very shortly after entered the apartment:
SA (VI.A) : 803(d)
what could exceed his surprise:
SA (VI.A) : 803(e)
old familiar faces and places:
SA (VI.A) : 803(f)
he most thoroughly deserved:
SA (VI.A) : 803(g)
occupy the same bed:
SA (VI.A) : 803(h)
defenceless woman:
SA (VI.A) : 803(i)
is it not the case that you?:
SA (VI.A) : 803(j)
terms of amity:
SA (VI.A) : 803(k)
renewal of relationship:
SA (VI.A) : 803(l)
ugly / grin & weapon: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(m)
paid for admission:
SA (VI.A) : 803(n)
larking with a girl: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(o)
no previous complaint:
SA (VI.A) : 803(p)
theft of a leg of pork: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(q)
details were given of — :
SA (VI.A) : 803(r)
a near squeak:
SA (VI.A) : 803(s)
he bought them from a shop:
SA (VI.A) : 803(t)
story was concerted:
SA (VI.A) : 803(u)
try a fall:
SA (VI.A) : 803(v)
sipping some stout: Green
SA (VI.A) : 803(w)
in bed with Cudd:
SA (VI.A) : 803(x)
face reduced to a pulp:
SA (VI.A) : 803(y)
not a tittle of / evidence: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(z)
Johnny I'd like to be rolling your hoop: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0141(l)
SA (VI.A) : 803(aa)
went for assistance:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ab)
indictable offence:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ac)
summarily dealt with:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ad)
drank some milk from a bottle:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ae)
meet the case:
SA (VI.A) : 803(af)
solely entitled:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ag)
cul de sac: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(ah)
moss 1 year old:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ai)
the parent ship: Green
SA (VI.A) : 803(aj)
broke surface:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ak)
his lieutenant's pay:
SA (VI.A) : 803(al)
asleep on watch:
SA (VI.A) : 803(am)
cry of genuine distress: Green
SA (VI.A) : 803(an)
discovered chewing an apple:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ao)
the lastnamed:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ap)
found his wife not at home:
SA (VI.A) : 803(aq)
injuries consistent with blows on head:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ar)
like another story: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 803(as)
it's a strange world as Peg says:
SA (VI.A) : 803(at)
rash act:
SA (VI.A) : 803(au)
inclination to / baldness: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(av)
away on the port beam:
SA (VI.A) : 803(aw)
on witness taking the bottle Spratt said:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ax)
a glaring absurdity: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(ay)
in callous fashion: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 803(az)
throw a brick through a / plateglass window:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ba)
pure love of adventure:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bb)
memory / a blank Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N05 (VI.B.2):158(f) (immediate source of I.5:2.0 element).
SA (VI.A) : 803(bc)
whereupon he bolted:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bd)
behaved wrongly:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bf)
in the whole of his life:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bg)
to supply mirth:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bh)
injured man minus foot:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bi)
lots of people:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bj)
baggy pants: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(bk)
there are 2 sinbads (Ul-Psagg-LB-WBM):
SA (VI.A) : 803(bl)
wandering jew, he returns after each voyage, always recovers 7th goods lost in 6th why Sinbad sailor before he sails:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bm)
touching a drink:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bn)
peerless Punchestown:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bo)
how do you do (a common phrase in Dublin): Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(bp)
huge joy:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bq)
correspondences (fishisle = Eolus: fucking sea / stallion = Oxen of Sun: black ogre = cyclops: cannibals = / Lestrygonians: bhang = lotuseaters: vivisepulture = Hades: / slaughter of roc = Oxen of Sun: old man of sea = / Proteus: good king = Alkinoos):
SA (VI.A) : 803(br)
whilst / preceeding home:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bs)
know that he's talking about:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bt)
obliging beauty:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bu)
ingenious attendant:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bv)
the unwritten law:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bw)
carried his bat: Green
Note: See also N20 (VI.B.13):122(b)
SA (VI.A) : 803(bx)
wholesale murder:
SA (VI.A) : 803(by)
a glass of drink:
SA (VI.A) : 803(bz)
her head would pay off:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ca)
have experienced pain:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cb)
bakes all the confectionery:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cd)
back he went:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ce)
perfectly dreadful:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cf)
familiarity took place:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cg)
intercepted a glance:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ch)
before his eyes:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ci)
bruited: Red
Note: bruit: to noise, report, rumour; as in I Hen. VI, ii, iii. 68. “I finde thou art no lesse than Fame hath bruited”.
SA (VI.A) : 803(cj)
move the land: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 803(ck)
out of my power:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cl)
came in 10 keel:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cm)
clocked off from work:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cn)
to Everybody:
SA (VI.A) : 803(co)
when I meet all the policemen / they are bowing to me in all directions: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(cp)
Agnes Walker aged 50 years: Here lies Agnes Walker:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cq)
Funeral on Wednesday at 3 p. m. sharp: Red
SA (VI.A) : 803(cr)
you will be gone on Monday:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cs)
perform a service:
SA (VI.A) : 803(ct)
keen dancer:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cu)
sterner checque:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cv)
it all depends:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cw)
head screwed on in right direction:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cx)
the person I am referring to is L.B.:
SA (VI.A) : 803(cy)
in his sober moments: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 803(cz)
dissimulated himself: Brown
  • FW unlocated
Note: Probably transferred to N03 (VI.B.3):039(b) and from there to the text.
SA (VI.A) : 803(da)
behind door:
SA (VI.A) : 803(db)
indelicacy (steal £50):
SA (VI.A) : 803(dc)
dressed correctly:
SA (VI.A) : 803(dd)
though he wd be 40 in the course of the next 11 months, he hardly looked ~

Page: VI.A 804

SA (VI.A) : 804(a)
~ a day more than 38:
SA (VI.A) : 804(b)
made N.Y. his headquarters, Red
SA (VI.A) : 804(c)
watch the papers,
SA (VI.A) : 804(d)
drowned in a sea of thought,
SA (VI.A) : 804(e)
did his endeavours,
SA (VI.A) : 804(f)
fell in with what he said, Blue
SA (VI.A) : 804(g)
filled the position,
SA (VI.A) : 804(h)
rather previous, Green
SA (VI.A) : 804(i)
a native of Cork, Red
Note: See also: N17 (VI.B.9):102(d)
SA (VI.A) : 804(j)
went about his business, Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 804(k)
lacked moral fibre,
SA (VI.A) : 804(l)
for the life of him,
SA (VI.A) : 804(m)
ill assorted couple, Green
SA (VI.A) : 804(n)
fell on deaf ears,
SA (VI.A) : 804(o)
the intruders,
SA (VI.A) : 804(p)
went out of his mind,
SA (VI.A) : 804(q)
personal narrative of explorers,
SA (VI.A) : 804(r)
member of royalty,
SA (VI.A) : 804(s)
I fail to see,
SA (VI.A) : 804(t)
statutory desertion,
SA (VI.A) : 804(u)
his previous effort,
SA (VI.A) : 804(v)
drunk something out of a bottle,
SA (VI.A) : 804(w)
to save him anxiety,
SA (VI.A) : 804(x)
in sober earnest,
SA (VI.A) : 804(y)
‘pig’ particularly insulting jibe,
SA (VI.A) : 804(z)
danger to life and limb,
SA (VI.A) : 804(aa)
walked with aid of stick,
SA (VI.A) : 804(ab)
another Irving,
SA (VI.A) : 804(ac)
10 or 15 min, Red
SA (VI.A) : 804(ad)
a dose of medicine,
SA (VI.A) : 804(ae)
bows stove in,
SA (VI.A) : 804(af)
making water fast,
SA (VI.A) : 804(ag)
between you and I, Red
SA (VI.A) : 804(ah)
he gave ten bob for it, Not cancelled
Note: See also: N42 (VI.B.31):138(b).
SA (VI.A) : 804(ai)
by far the best thing,
SA (VI.A) : 804(aj)
never give a book to a Celt,
SA (VI.A) : 804(ak)
it was pouring with rain,
SA (VI.A) : 804(al)
postman's strange / fate, Red
SA (VI.A) : 804(am)
it fell to his lot, Red
SA (VI.A) : 804(an)
knock spots off,
SA (VI.A) : 804(ao)
tidal berth,
SA (VI.A) : 804(ap)
air a grievance:
SA (VI.A) : 804(aq)
a bad touch of a cold:
SA (VI.A) : 804(ar)
the court was satisfied that dumdum bullets were used & that Walsley was shot from behind:
SA (VI.A) : 804(as)
in a dying state:
SA (VI.A) : 804(at)
£7000 claim for loss of a wife:
SA (VI.A) : 804(au)
the face was familiar to him,
SA (VI.A) : 804(av)
listening in point of fact to his brother-in-law and it had not changed a vast deal since last he saw it about ¾ hour previously at the corner of Crozier's:
SA (VI.A) : 804(aw)
generously riddled with bullets:
SA (VI.A) : 804(ax)
classics (Derby):
SA (VI.A) : 804(ay)
after closing of the turnstiles:
SA (VI.A) : 804(az)
universal aunts:
SA (VI.A) : 804(ba)
expressed himself as delegated:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bb)
he saw service:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bc)
at his large slightly reddish nose:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bd)
will you have the goodness etc ...
SA (VI.A) : 804(be)
he cd have drawn a pistol & shot him dead instead he showed etc:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bf)
put his left foot foremost: Green
SA (VI.A) : 804(bg)
smthg Hamlet says:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bh)
before he knew where he was he was where the other chap was:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bi)
building a hall in connection with a church:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bj)
a bright new era:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bk)
pleased amusedness:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bl)
yes, quite!:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bm)
dialogue situation well in hand:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bn)
one in particular:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bo)
FSCB rich in handkerchiefs:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bp)
silk pyjamas:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bq)
says I ruined his life:
SA (VI.A) : 804(br)
a pained smile:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bs)
as sure / as eggs are what they are: Red
SA (VI.A) : 804(bt)
he fibbed:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bu)
homemade / hurricane: Green
SA (VI.A) : 804(bv)
gent never hurt his feelings: Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 804(bw)
go for a policeman, procession, eloquent woman, shoppeople gape:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bx)
smthg in the nature of a beefsteak:
SA (VI.A) : 804(by)
the onetime medical:
SA (VI.A) : 804(bz)
reprobate, a most satisfactory interview:
SA (VI.A) : 804(ca)
a bench of magistrates:
SA (VI.A) : 804(cb)
not void ab initio but avoidable:
SA (VI.A) : 804(cc)
medicined him:
SA (VI.A) : 804(cd)
privileged document:
SA (VI.A) : 804(ce)
better part of an hour:
SA (VI.A) : 804(cf)
made a fuss:
SA (VI.A) : 804(cg)
denied misconduct and pleaded alternatively:
SA (VI.A) : 804(ch)
a / knock came to door: Green
SA (VI.A) : 804(ci)
in the next ~

Page: VI.A 805

SA (VI.A) : 805(a)
~ world:
SA (VI.A) : 805(b)
the authorities:
SA (VI.A) : 805(c)
fell an ox:
SA (VI.A) : 805(d)
beautiful Julia Battistolt:
SA (VI.A) : 805(e)
a bottle of bubbly:
SA (VI.A) : 805(f)
school / ma'am : Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(g)
a long worm that has no turning:
SA (VI.A) : 805(h)
pneumonia blouse: Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(i)
Mr. Columbus Healy:
SA (VI.A) : 805(j)
Nature, / the great greengrocer: Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(k)
a thorough sport: Red
SA (VI.A) : 805(l)
smiling all through:
SA (VI.A) : 805(m)
buldog revolvers for destroying mad dogs:
SA (VI.A) : 805(n)
for all men & most occasions: Red
SA (VI.A) : 805(o)
entered the premises to purchase binoculars:
SA (VI.A) : 805(p)
meeting associated with very interesting sport:
SA (VI.A) : 805(q)
short grass autumn meet:
SA (VI.A) : 805(r)
he tried to asparage:
SA (VI.A) : 805(s)
2 bottles — I didn't do anything of the sort — I drank about 1¾ bottles:
SA (VI.A) : 805(t)
wageearner:
SA (VI.A) : 805(u)
whirlwind lunch:
SA (VI.A) : 805(v)
bunco steerer:
SA (VI.A) : 805(w)
gets the mitten:
SA (VI.A) : 805(x)
hit the pipe:
SA (VI.A) : 805(y)
rose to his feet: Red
SA (VI.A) : 805(z)
he strictly cautiously rolled:
SA (VI.A) : 805(aa)
old never new: Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(ab)
G. Grouse 12⁄8: Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(ac)
Sect XI Crim. Law. Amend. / Act 1885 Red
The warrant on which Oscar Wilde was arrested charged him with an offence alleged to have been committed under Section xi. of the Criminal Amendment Act of 1885; in other words, he was arrested and tried for an offence that was not punishable by law ten years before. This Act was brought in as a result of the shameful and sentimental stories (evidently for the most part manufactured) which Mr Stead had published in The Pall Mall Gazette under the title of “Modern Babylon”. See also VI.B.28.089(b). Frank Harris, Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions (New York: The Author, 1918) 244
Note: See also N37 (VI.B.28A):089(b)
SA (VI.A) : 805(ad)
beyond soap & water:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ae)
devilish glad to see him:
SA (VI.A) : 805(af)
excessively solid:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ag)
football / ruins the hands: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 805(ah)
love = desire to with 1 particular person before you really know:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ai)
flung himself into a chair:
SA (VI.A) : 805(aj)
the 1st thing in the morning:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ak)
Queen's College:
SA (VI.A) : 805(al)
vastly amused:
SA (VI.A) : 805(am)
to a degree:
SA (VI.A) : 805(an)
L B thought 1 month [??] cheap holiday healthy:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ao)
horrified, Red
SA (VI.A) : 805(ap)
well above normal height:
SA (VI.A) : 805(aq)
ghastly, Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(ar)
revolution in tweed world:
SA (VI.A) : 805(as)
spoke to a writ:
SA (VI.A) : 805(at)
homey little link:
SA (VI.A) : 805(au)
welcome little stranger:
SA (VI.A) : 805(av)
associated with her:
SA (VI.A) : 805(aw)
faultfinding:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ax)
virtually every window was smashed:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ay)
took in washing:
SA (VI.A) : 805(az)
stole a train:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ba)
sold a bicycle for 7d:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bb)
fell down a hoist:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bc)
contemplated destroying himself:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bd)
feel yr own pulse:
SA (VI.A) : 805(be)
horrid child:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bf)
11 good & lawful men: Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(bg)
shed real tears:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bh)
dago:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bi)
Novak collected souvenirs dipsomatic corps:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bj)
60⁄40 60⁄100:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bk)
C.C. gives Pola Negri the air:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bl)
issued a typed statement:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bm)
customary / request: Green
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0302(c)
SA (VI.A) : 805(bn)
a mystery to me:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bo)
memory of the cask:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bp)
by long chalks:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bq)
great scott!
SA (VI.A) : 805(br)
sole & / upper parted company: Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(bs)
Latin ad:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bt)
personally, eventually (Mark):
SA (VI.A) : 805(bu)
beat to a frazzle:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bv)
beans growing over the stalks:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bw)
came to the wrong shop, mister:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bx)
a dawk on nose: Red
SA (VI.A) : 805(by)
pettifogging:
SA (VI.A) : 805(bz)
had a drop too much:
SA (VI.A) : 805(ca)
made as if he: Green
SA (VI.A) : 805(cb)
Gulty — Guilty lover.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):091(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 805(cc)
Return / of furniture.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):091(f)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 805(cd)
Despicable / story.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):103(c)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 805(ce)
The a This eartly earthly shore.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):113(e)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 805(cf)
Pulled me up some steps and them then
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):115(d)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

Page: VI.A 806

SA (VI.A) : 806(a)
[Pages 806-822 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from pages 801-805]

Page: VI.A 823

SA (VI.A) : 823(a)
[Pages 823-850 are blank]

Page: VI.A 851

SA (VI.A) : 851(a)
inability to move equivalent to end of one's days:
SA (VI.A) : 851(b)
indoctrinate:
SA (VI.A) : 851(c)
dustproof:
SA (VI.A) : 851(d)
L.B.'s private secretary:
SA (VI.A) : 851(e)
superincumbent:
SA (VI.A) : 851(f)
paleontological:
SA (VI.A) : 851(g)
sphericity:
SA (VI.A) : 851(h)
gastric:
SA (VI.A) : 851(i)
100 p.c. efficiency:
SA (VI.A) : 851(j)
corporeity: Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(k)
empyrean:
SA (VI.A) : 851(l)
vivification:
SA (VI.A) : 851(m)
uranographical: Brown
Note: Uranography: the science of describing or delineating the sidereal heavens.
SA (VI.A) : 851(n)
hazeblanketed earth loses heat slowly: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: Only the word ‘hazeblanketed’ is crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 851(o)
endacasyllabic:
SA (VI.A) : 851(p)
power site:
SA (VI.A) : 851(q)
peak loads: Red
SA (VI.A) : 851(r)
load factor:
SA (VI.A) : 851(s)
pantechnicon:
SA (VI.A) : 851(t)
ellipse of small eccentricity:
SA (VI.A) : 851(u)
pontiff: Red
SA (VI.A) : 851(v)
destruction of Jerusalem:
SA (VI.A) : 851(w)
oblique cases:
SA (VI.A) : 851(x)
semivowel, i, j, y:
SA (VI.A) : 851(y)
iota small in Aramaic, Yod big in Hebrew: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 851(z)
preposed:
SA (VI.A) : 851(aa)
postponed:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ab)
inflexion:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ac)
indicative mood:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ad)
euphonic:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ae)
accents:
SA (VI.A) : 851(af)
dilated letters:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ag)
stonecut letters horizontal:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ah)
lines lighter paint not washed off by rain or they gather dust:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ai)
anaglyptographic (for the blind): Green
Note: anaglyptograph: a machine for producing representations in relief, of coins, medals, etc.
SA (VI.A) : 851(aj)
mnemonic:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ak)
cheap paper, paraphs:
SA (VI.A) : 851(al)
diminution of speed:
SA (VI.A) : 851(am)
rugose Venus:
SA (VI.A) : 851(an)
plane of rotation:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ao)
isochronism: Green
Note: Isochronism: the quality or property of oscillating or taking place in equal spaces of time
SA (VI.A) : 851(ap)
deorbited:
SA (VI.A) : 851(aq)
astronomical offspring are first:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ar)
pejorative:
SA (VI.A) : 851(as)
alteration of earth's face age:
SA (VI.A) : 851(at)
incubation under cloud:
SA (VI.A) : 851(au)
bag of rainbow:
SA (VI.A) : 851(av)
date stamps (GPO):
SA (VI.A) : 851(aw)
substruction:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ax)
Hammam:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ay)
theory of pilgrims:
SA (VI.A) : 851(az)
nonconsecutive:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ba)
illiterate:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bb)
nephoscope: Green
Note: Nephoscope: an instrument for viewing the clouds.
SA (VI.A) : 851(bc)
cirrus stratus ~
SA (VI.A) : 851(bd)
~ cumulus ~ Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also N58 (VI.B.30):048(i)
SA (VI.A) : 851(be)
~ nimbus:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bf)
Zoetrope, wheel of life:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bg)
astronomically laid out cities:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bh)
seats gallery 18 inches, stalls 20 inches:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bi)
the soap with a character:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bj)
sinologue: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 851(bk)
osmosis:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bl)
hypogema:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bm)
armamentarium:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bn)
nether / heart: Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(bo)
doraphobia (fear of fur): Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(bp)
design, overprint (stamp): Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 851(bq)
line of enquiry:
SA (VI.A) : 851(br)
are you bowlegged?:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bs)
Final cause:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bt)
finespine of eagleray slew Ulysses:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bu)
ergograph:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bv)
holograph: Red
Note: See also: N04 (VI.B.25):144(l). Holograph: (of a document, for example a Will) wholly written by the person in whose name it appears.
SA (VI.A) : 851(bw)
cataglottism / (dovekiss): Brown
Note: Cata: [prefix] down; inferior; implying disparagement.
SA (VI.A) : 851(bx)
peduncle: Red
SA (VI.A) : 851(by)
rhinencephalon:
SA (VI.A) : 851(bz)
cambered wings of aeroplane:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ca)
stirp:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cb)
phyletic:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cc)
plexus: Green
Note: Cf. also FW 227.30 (II.1:2.0).
SA (VI.A) : 851(cd)
psyche:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ce)
libido: Brown
Note: FW 123.08 (I.5) derives from N03 (VI.B.3):126(f)
SA (VI.A) : 851(cf)
neural paths:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cg)
egourge = man blindfolded returns to self in field because right step is bigger:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ch)
law of baron / and feme: Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(ci)
woman's contractual incapacity: Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(cj)
physiography:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ck)
rainless belt:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cl)
eroded:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cm)
vein of ground water:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cn)
transfusion of blood: Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(co)
extrovert: Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(cp)
introvert: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 851(cq)
letterpress:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cr)
4 foot way (rlwy):
SA (VI.A) : 851(cs)
predicament:
SA (VI.A) : 851(ct)
top sleeps: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also N21 (VI.B.20):085(f)
SA (VI.A) : 851(cu)
pediment:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cv)
metope:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cw)
telegraph wires embrace earth:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cx)
3 forms of movement pull punt row scull:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cy)
end
SA (VI.A) : 851(ex)
ogamy:
SA (VI.A) : 851(cz)
pithecoid man (cross of ape or slave): Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(da)
ruridecanal ~ Green
Note: Only ‘ruridecanal’ is crossed through. Ruridecanal: of or pertaining to a rural dean or deanery.
SA (VI.A) : 851(db)
~ conference:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dc)
vivisepulture:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dd)
her Huob (his writing) 25 [r] Cheval Blanc, Chartres ???,
SA (VI.A) : 851(de)
Mme Pomier transfer telegraphically amt in Fr francs c/o Lenossi etc ?? Pomier, Monday,
SA (VI.A) : 851(df)
fishnet & frost of trees night, rated occupiers, waxfruit
SA (VI.A) : 851(dg)
lace valentine, Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(dh)
vignette, Green
SA (VI.A) : 851(di)
microscopic stain:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dj)
savant understands simple fact only in science jargon:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dk)
analagous:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dl)
walked in inches,
SA (VI.A) : 851(dm)
L B invents a new instrument:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dn)
hydrogen derivative (W):
SA (VI.A) : 851(do)
planimetry / (2 dim) stereometry (3 dim): Green
Note: Planimetry: the measurement of plane (two-dimensional) surfaces.
SA (VI.A) : 851(dp)
man on tightrope a 1 dim being:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dq)
write as if future exists:
SA (VI.A) : 851(dr)
analglyph
SA (VI.A) : 851(ds)
panchromatic
SA (VI.A) : 851(dt)
henotheism
SA (VI.A) : 851(du)
iron ore deflects wireless:

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SA (VI.A) : 852(a)
[Pages 852-855 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 851]

Page: VI.A 856

SA (VI.A) : 856(a)
[Pages 856-900 are blank]

Page: VI.A 901

SA (VI.A) : 901(a)
PENELOPE
SA (VI.A) : 901(b)
I'll be glad when it stops (menses)?:
SA (VI.A) : 901(c)
bolt the door:
SA (VI.A) : 901(d)
Moses couldn't put stops in Torah dictated so fast:
SA (VI.A) : 901(e)
Spanish waiters smoke:
SA (VI.A) : 901(f)
bowing and scraping:
SA (VI.A) : 901(g)
Concepcion:
SA (VI.A) : 901(h)
London liveries:
SA (VI.A) : 901(i)
racecourse and polo ground:
SA (VI.A) : 901(j)
Calpe Tarik (1 eye):
SA (VI.A) : 901(k)
turn your back:
SA (VI.A) : 901(l)
not change drawers in mourning:
SA (VI.A) : 901(m)
I know who is the cause:
SA (VI.A) : 901(n)
yrs as B 4:
SA (VI.A) : 901(o)
in such a state:
SA (VI.A) : 901(p)
Xmassy:
SA (VI.A) : 901(q)
an accident:
SA (VI.A) : 901(r)
if anything / happened to him: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):159(a)
SA (VI.A) : 901(s)
what would I do at all:
SA (VI.A) : 901(t)
had been fighting:
SA (VI.A) : 901(u)
dinner all spoiled:
SA (VI.A) : 901(v)
went round the corner:
SA (VI.A) : 901(w)
he never opened his lips:
SA (VI.A) : 901(x)
she forgot his birthday:
SA (VI.A) : 901(y)
her arse is in the right place:
SA (VI.A) : 901(z)
black (Negro) always dressed:
SA (VI.A) : 901(aa)
talk Spanish:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ab)
made map of Africa (piss): Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 901(ac)
violets weaken voice:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ad)
bubs = 3 rock Mountain:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ae)
cut him dead:
SA (VI.A) : 901(af)
Victoria has 132 dolls:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ag)
he was ill I think:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ah)
without her dictation:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ai)
balls kissing (billiards):
SA (VI.A) : 901(aj)
gave her a hit across the face:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ak)
every member of my family:
SA (VI.A) : 901(al)
a sin to wake him:
SA (VI.A) : 901(am)
clothes extend personality: Green
SA (VI.A) : 901(an)
photo, rouge splash gives double chin, stripe checks bad, hats outdate:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ao)
hourly U.C.C. Cambridge Street, London S W 1:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ap)
she always writes goodnight in letter:
SA (VI.A) : 901(aq)
repose on couch hand on ham:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ar)
I can't get any good of my nails:
SA (VI.A) : 901(as)
can't believe a word out of his mouth:
SA (VI.A) : 901(at)
2 women laugh after speaking:
SA (VI.A) : 901(au)
bowels of the earth:
SA (VI.A) : 901(av)
Heavenly God:
SA (VI.A) : 901(aw)
I've a damn good mind to:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ax)
the engineer!: Green
SA (VI.A) : 901(ay)
will I do as I am?
SA (VI.A) : 901(az)
kneedeep in gratitude: Green
SA (VI.A) : 901(ba)
what else am I to say?:
SA (VI.A) : 901(bb)
Dr W— had to make yeast for the bread (A.B.):
SA (VI.A) : 901(bc)
how a big a man ever came out of a W:
SA (VI.A) : 901(bd)
hang out her linen:
SA (VI.A) : 901(be)
decked / in diamonds and you can trust me: Green
Note: See also N30 (VI.B.22):131(h), source of FW 453.34
SA (VI.A) : 901(bf)
(answer to: does it mean that if the storm bursts about me you will not forsake me or leave me alone?)
SA (VI.A) : 901(bg)
Penelope (pheasant),
SA (VI.A) : 901(bh)
she couldn't look at him but she felt dirty,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bi)
I repeatedly asked him,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bj)
she knew better,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bk)
watched sleeper moves, Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 901(bl)
not a scrap,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bm)
I caught you nicely,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bn)
let me, / allow me to tell you,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bo)
God and they're only ½ / washed, Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 901(bp)
that you may never get up, Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also N06 (VI.B.11):078(j)
SA (VI.A) : 901(bq)
as nice as ever I look out of the window I declare I see that fellow Worthing's fat backside they ought to have made a woman out of him the Lord knows he has material enough,
SA (VI.A) : 901(br)
left sleeve first,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bs)
LB tout for B.B,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bt)
ah sure I was only funning, Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0051(bh)
SA (VI.A) : 901(bu)
I just wanted to see, Green
SA (VI.A) : 901(bv)
W's cunt and S. Gennaro's blood 1000 candles & invocation before they liquefy,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bw)
silk drawers in case of accident,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bx)
a tint of wine,
SA (VI.A) : 901(by)
her kneejoints ought to have cracked,
SA (VI.A) : 901(bz)
open reminder,
SA (VI.A) : 901(ca)
W makes [u.p.] she / doesn't mean to keep, Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 901(cb)
W and erudition she ponders,
SA (VI.A) : 901(cc)
had just woken, Green
SA (VI.A) : 901(cd)
no legs & a title, Blue
SA (VI.A) : 901(ce)
he said smthg about music,
SA (VI.A) : 901(cf)
lots of good,
SA (VI.A) : 901(cg)
but / you know Jim:
SA (VI.A) : 901(ch)
sweet 55 and nobody fainted: Blue
Note: This unit was crossed out in red and then in blue.
SA (VI.A) : 901(ci)
where's Lumbe's? It's just there beside / Lambe's: Green
SA (VI.A) : 901(cj)
trousers on bed knob: Green
SA (VI.A) : 901(ck)
God / bless us & save us: Red
SA (VI.A) : 901(cl)
never hear the end of it:
SA (VI.A) : 901(cm)
are all Irishmen like him?: Green

Page: VI.A 902

SA (VI.A) : 902(a)
catch man by prick & balls and sling over / shoulder:
SA (VI.A) : 902(b)
picture doesn't do you justice: Green
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):048(d)
SA (VI.A) : 902(c)
take off your things:
SA (VI.A) : 902(d)
we ran out of oil: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: Possibly copied to N03 (VI.B.3):021(a).
SA (VI.A) : 902(e)
W speaking foreign language raises pitch of voice:
SA (VI.A) : 902(f)
as far as come / back: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(g)
like all bad men he looks attractive:
SA (VI.A) : 902(h)
haemostatique:
SA (VI.A) : 902(i)
mouth open like a codfish if [??] teeth:
SA (VI.A) : 902(j)
boydobelong (Bois): Red
SA (VI.A) : 902(k)
mystery of a handsome cad:
SA (VI.A) : 902(l)
(cal): home on furlong:
SA (VI.A) : 902(m)
the few falls on my locks:
SA (VI.A) : 902(n)
I know your name (you have / told it to me): Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(o)
poother (poudre): Red
SA (VI.A) : 902(p)
ejicated:
SA (VI.A) : 902(q)
the sewer's canal:
SA (VI.A) : 902(r)
leave me!:
SA (VI.A) : 902(s)
I had him, you're had!:
SA (VI.A) : 902(t)
(Sister) Stanislaus:
SA (VI.A) : 902(u)
cleans and flushes WC before crap:
SA (VI.A) : 902(v)
won't dance or a blessed thing:
SA (VI.A) : 902(w)
man proposes and woman disposes:
SA (VI.A) : 902(x)
love in a tub and the bottom fell out ⁄ and me and my love were scattered about:
SA (VI.A) : 902(y)
W's torture obliged to lie on her back etc:
SA (VI.A) : 902(z)
W — écoute ~
SA (VI.A) : 902(aa)
~ or don't keep me: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 902(ab)
vampired around:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ac)
heard from home:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ad)
pull him over spikes, gut him:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ae)
ring of dirt round his neck:
SA (VI.A) : 902(af)
show my dis-/respects: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(ag)
music fucks me:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ah)
always to imagine smthg else (corto):
SA (VI.A) : 902(ai)
I'm sure it's bad for me: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 902(aj)
L B's bylaws and regulations:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ak)
it was written on the box:
SA (VI.A) : 902(al)
[?ing] [??thed] in bed:
SA (VI.A) : 902(am)
after dance 3 W think E flirted with her:
SA (VI.A) : 902(an)
their way / for spelling peach: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(ao)
U sees photo that's old:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ap)
tell me what to say:
SA (VI.A) : 902(aq)
W washes plates — will no-one tell me what she sings:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ar)
peppering for fear other / fellow wd make a p: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(as)
now do yr worst:
SA (VI.A) : 902(at)
wish smbdy'd make me pregnant I'm tired of my course 12 X:
SA (VI.A) : 902(au)
I like his 5.30 (6.25):
SA (VI.A) : 902(av)
she can't tell was it the rain or fried steak:
SA (VI.A) : 902(aw)
take in the clothes at night:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ax)
shift get taste of her body:
SA (VI.A) : 902(ay)
curious, read paper when I get / home: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(az)
I said I'd meet him there the next / time, poor fool: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(ba)
Heathen like:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bb)
fart out of window:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bc)
and he so affected:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bd)
or I'll murder / you: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(be)
her dream complexion:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bf)
dream eclipse end of world:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):131(b)
SA (VI.A) : 902(bg)
moon — her old sin:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bh)
there's a cure in: Green
SA (VI.A) : 902(bi)
the — :
SA (VI.A) : 902(bj)
lady stops to listen to / bawdy row:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bk)
he'd never say — now wdn't you like a nice drive in the country:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bl)
misunderstanding:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bm)
il cause / anglais (talk): Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 902(bn)
a vous cause (teleph):
SA (VI.A) : 902(bo)
wetting all the floor:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bp)
Is the beauty awake?
SA (VI.A) : 902(bq)
it hasn't a notion of raining:
SA (VI.A) : 902(br)
cf man:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bs)
Man — who the hell took that bloody comb Cf. woman — now where on earth has that little brat of a comb disappeared to?:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bt)
I suppose he'd like to throw (Dr Collins) the ½ of them out through the window:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bu)
moustache of hair:
SA (VI.A) : 902(bv)
the mag:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):129(d).
SA (VI.A) : 902(bw)
not a m & r mind you, I was often thinking of that:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):129(d).

Page: VI.A 903

SA (VI.A) : 903(a)
without a 2nd word:
SA (VI.A) : 903(b)
his wife was off and on:
SA (VI.A) : 903(c)
tell W. G. M. = 70 not 71:
SA (VI.A) : 903(d)
is it that one?: Green
SA (VI.A) : 903(e)
man from fem:
SA (VI.A) : 903(f)
no abstracts:
SA (VI.A) : 903(g)
on the instant she liked the look of his appearance:
SA (VI.A) : 903(h)
L.W. fastened on / his tie: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 903(i)
how long you can sit at a fire: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 903(j)
W not know her serv's name:
SA (VI.A) : 903(k)
voler d'Isobba = female gra[mp]: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: Only the words ‘voler d'Isobba’ are crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 903(l)
sterop clothes:
SA (VI.A) : 903(m)
seen spuds:
SA (VI.A) : 903(n)
1 sent runs into 2nd:
SA (VI.A) : 903(o)
wants to cook a sassage for T:
SA (VI.A) : 903(p)
it gazed down:
SA (VI.A) : 903(q)
did you ever?:
SA (VI.A) : 903(r)
terribly nice: Green
SA (VI.A) : 903(s)
I'm going: Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also N19 (VI.B.19):128(b) for source of FW 469.05
SA (VI.A) : 903(t)
thanks / so much: Red
SA (VI.A) : 903(u)
unfinished sentence:
SA (VI.A) : 903(v)
wd you please / mind: Red
SA (VI.A) : 903(w)
keeps old tongue:
SA (VI.A) : 903(x)
simply killing: Green
SA (VI.A) : 903(y)
awfully charming: Green
SA (VI.A) : 903(z)
headteeth (horse):
SA (VI.A) : 903(aa)
H talks Prakrit not Sanskrit:
SA (VI.A) : 903(ab)
W's language / Amanzi (husband): Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 903(ac)
Zetta (Q∵ Z of husb. tabu) = / tatla Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 903(ad)
William the H(c)onqueror:
SA (VI.A) : 903(ae)
love to flog a farmer's arse:
SA (VI.A) : 903(af)
I'll ask you not to:
SA (VI.A) : 903(ag)
très bien (she sings):
SA (VI.A) : 903(ah)
with bellows blows ashes in fire:
SA (VI.A) : 903(ai)
wrote with red ink gold paper!
SA (VI.A) : 903(aj)
sessential length:
SA (VI.A) : 903(ak)
dislike milk vois a tamo:
SA (VI.A) : 903(al)
Herbert invites her to she pays exs of others:
SA (VI.A) : 903(am)
love episode with H long ago, L yesterday:
SA (VI.A) : 903(an)
that God may chastise him:
SA (VI.A) : 903(ao)
steam her old bones (HN): Green
SA (VI.A) : 903(ap)
Nuts (M.N.):
SA (VI.A) : 903(aq)
had to send away servants causa L B:
SA (VI.A) : 903(ar)
blindfold him:
SA (VI.A) : 903(as)
sickly in black stockings: Green
SA (VI.A) : 903(at)
J. J. was [candele??] for C.D. Tripcovich, Miss Popper, Miss Luzzatto, B R, Nora, Mr Sauter, Schaureck:
SA (VI.A) : 903(au)
is that any place to put: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 903(av)
I like the way these flowers lasted: Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 903(aw)
you villain, you Green
SA (VI.A) : 903(ax)
We keys (log. Mrs D.):
SA (VI.A) : 903(ay)
Of love's Jove's nektar necktar sip.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):115(b)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).
SA (VI.A) : 903(az)
I'm fretting.
Original notebook: N14 (VI.B.7):115(a)
Note: This unit is in the hand of George Joyce (handwriting ‘B’).

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SA (VI.A) : 904(a)
[Pages 904-911 contains a copy in Mme Raphael's hand of the unused material from page 901-903]

Page: VI.A 912

SA (VI.A) : 912(a)
[Pages 912-970 are blank]

Page: VI.A 971

SA (VI.A) : 971(a)
BOOKS
SA (VI.A) : 971(b)
[No further entries on this page.]

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SA (VI.A) : 972(a)
[Pages 972-980 are blank]

Page: VI.A 981

SA (VI.A) : 981(a)
WORDS
SA (VI.A) : 981(b)
robbin chitters: Red
Note: (of birds) to chitter: to utter a series of short sharp sounds.
SA (VI.A) : 981(c)
strand of wire:
SA (VI.A) : 981(d)
cable in hawsehole:
SA (VI.A) : 981(e)
shovel hat: Blue
Note: Shovel hat: [1829] a stiff broad-brimmed fat, turned up at the sides with a shovel-like curve in front and behind, worn by some ecclesiastics.
SA (VI.A) : 981(f)
donkeys show:
SA (VI.A) : 981(g)
bib: Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(h)
thworts:
SA (VI.A) : 981(i)
naval ratings: Red
Note: See also: N05 (VI.B.2):100(c).
SA (VI.A) : 981(j)
Beggars' Bush: Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(k)
hurricane lamps:
SA (VI.A) : 981(l)
cubbyhole: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 981(m)
genius (1001 nights):
[title] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.00
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0021(d), SA (VI.A):0031(b), and SA (VI.A):0571(n)
SA (VI.A) : 981(n)
bootleg stuff:
SA (VI.A) : 981(o)
drown in a copper:
SA (VI.A) : 981(p)
topee (sun helmet): Red
Note: topee (usu. topi): term orig. applied by Indian natives to the European hat; now spec. in Anglo-Indian, as a name for the sola topi, sola hat or helmet.
SA (VI.A) : 981(q)
blotto: hootch: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(r)
frogmarched:
SA (VI.A) : 981(s)
left his barbette (naval):
SA (VI.A) : 981(t)
living in tally with / lodger, landlady gay: Orange
Note: ‘landlady gay’ not crossed out.
SA (VI.A) : 981(u)
pot plants:
SA (VI.A) : 981(v)
winter proud:
SA (VI.A) : 981(w)
groundsel:
SA (VI.A) : 981(x)
bats bawk: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(y)
partridges pair:
SA (VI.A) : 981(z)
trees go to sleep:
SA (VI.A) : 981(aa)
a kit of plaice: Red
Note: kit: a basket of straw or rushes for holding fish.
SA (VI.A) : 981(ab)
crawl:
Note: possibly ‘trawl’
SA (VI.A) : 981(ac)
priestchamber:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ad)
ringcorn:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ae)
cosset:
SA (VI.A) : 981(af)
squiggles (chintz):
SA (VI.A) : 981(ag)
adoube huts (Mexican):
SA (VI.A) : 981(ah)
close hitch knot:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ai)
cairngorn dirk:
SA (VI.A) : 981(aj)
rheumatic sponge:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ak)
crooked hat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(al)
pull / on hat: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 981(am)
commonplace book:
SA (VI.A) : 981(an)
straw vote:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ao)
whisk broom swainmote:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ap)
ragged robin:
SA (VI.A) : 981(aq)
justice seat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ar)
on the roster for foreign service:
SA (VI.A) : 981(as)
warcrock:
SA (VI.A) : 981(at)
estate in cess books of county:
SA (VI.A) : 981(au)
offence in vert or venison: Red
Note: vert: (also) the right to cut green trees or shrubs in a forest; venison: the flesh of an animal killed in the chase or by hunting and used as food.
SA (VI.A) : 981(av)
verderers, foresters,
SA (VI.A) : 981(aw)
regarders, agresters, woodwards: Red
Note: regarder = an officer charged with the supervision of a forest; woodward = the keeper of a wood; an officer of a wood or forest, having charge of the growing timber. ‘agresters’ (agrest = belonging to the country, rustic, rude) is not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 981(ax)
jolly play:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ay)
deaved:
SA (VI.A) : 981(az)
filmdom:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ba)
dustcaps:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bb)
the drags:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bc)
coremaker: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 981(bd)
to brace: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 981(be)
outlawry:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bf)
gannet:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bg)
swing the lead:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bh)
apple sappling:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bi)
cuttlefish smokescreen: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(bj)
baker's roundsman:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bk)
topcoat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bl)
spinney: Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(bm)
shemozzle: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: Possibly copied to N08 (VI.B.6):033(i) for FW 177.05.
SA (VI.A) : 981(bn)
splosh (Lsd): Green
Note: Splosh: [slang] money, rhino. As in 1902 Boothby, My Strangest Case 166: I reckon we ain't a-goin' to see no splosh this 'ere trip.
SA (VI.A) : 981(bo)
lanyard:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bp)
jobbermol:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bq)
solder:
SA (VI.A) : 981(br)
flux:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bs)
cuttlebones:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bt)
mandibles: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(bu)
to prospect for lead:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bv)
calabash: Red
Note: calabash: the name of various gourds or pumpkins.
SA (VI.A) : 981(bw)
eyes vair (varius) vert:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bx)
table money (convert):
SA (VI.A) : 981(by)
green & red gold:
SA (VI.A) : 981(bz)
browbands:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ca)
moss agate:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cb)
pie counter:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cc)
slush fund:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cd)
porkbarrel: Red
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0982(dx). Pork-barrel: the (U.S.) Federal treasury viewed as a source of grants for local purposes.
SA (VI.A) : 981(ce)
cosset and caress:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cf)
osculum (cheek) ~ Brown
Note: The terms are Latin. osculum - a kiss; oscula lips; Basium - a kiss; suavium - a kiss (also, a sweetheart, a dear, a darling; a lip).
SA (VI.A) : 981(cg)
~ basium (lips) suavium (tongue): Brown
Note: The terms are Latin. osculum - a kiss; oscula lips; Basium - a kiss; suavium - a kiss (also, a sweetheart, a dear, a darling; a lip).
SA (VI.A) : 981(ch)
erethia calentures:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ci)
brash at churn:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cj)
cuddle and kiddle: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 981(ck)
on the latch:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cl)
strict:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cm)
fuselage:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cn)
ichneumon wasp:
SA (VI.A) : 981(co)
cultch (dead shells):
SA (VI.A) : 981(cp)
puddles:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cq)
nealder:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cr)
termite (white ant):
SA (VI.A) : 981(cs)
outpointed:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ct)
egret:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cu)
rated disrated:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cv)
bone orchard (graveyard): Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(cw)
fireguard:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cx)
shake a leg:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cy)
clutch of eggs:
SA (VI.A) : 981(cz)
green goose (gosling):
SA (VI.A) : 981(da)
sideburn:
SA (VI.A) : 981(db)
run short of: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 981(dc)
mothering Sunday (Mi-Carême):
SA (VI.A) : 981(dd)
sidesman (church):
SA (VI.A) : 981(de)
stakeboat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(df)
get his goat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dg)
sarpler (clout to stop oil vessel):
SA (VI.A) : 981(dh)
thriller harts:
SA (VI.A) : 981(di)
nosedive:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dj)
pillion girl riding:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dk)
bogey carriage:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dl)
leafmould: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(dm)
potting earth:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dn)
lightning strike:
SA (VI.A) : 981(do)
horsemaster buys greenmeat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dp)
snapped ([??]) graded:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dq)
button mushrooms:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dr)
stewpan:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ds)
larch green:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dt)
withy bed:
SA (VI.A) : 981(du)
spancel with webb strap:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dv)
group marriage ~ Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(dw)
~ (uncle, bros in J.C.):
SA (VI.A) : 981(dx)
phratries:
SA (VI.A) : 981(dy)
boondays (feud):
SA (VI.A) : 981(dz)
halimot:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ea)
stroked Oxford:
SA (VI.A) : 981(eb)
punting with pole: Red
Note: See also N18 (VI.B.8):101(c)
SA (VI.A) : 981(ec)
radical leaves:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ed)
stagshead of 13 points:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ee)
rake (drove road):
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0641(bk)
SA (VI.A) : 981(ef)
skip (shop) saddletree:
SA (VI.A) : 981(eg)
gugglet: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):127(g), probable source of FW 31.11 Burton [1000 Nights and a Night] notes of ‘gugglet’ — Arab. “kullah” (in Egypt pron. “gulleh”), the wide-mouthed jug, called in the Hijaz “baradiyah;” “daurak” being the narrow. These are used either for water or sherbet and, being made of porous clay, “sweat,” and keep the contents cool; hence all old Anglo-Egyptians drink from them, not from bottles.
SA (VI.A) : 981(eh)
proviant: Red
Note: proviant: food supply, esp. for an army.
SA (VI.A) : 981(ei)
housings:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ej)
stoners:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ek)
waist of ship: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 981(el)
broad of stream:
SA (VI.A) : 981(em)
emery:
SA (VI.A) : 981(en)
tease wool:
SA (VI.A) : 981(eo)
strapknife:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ep)
took ship:
SA (VI.A) : 981(eq)
sliced weasand:
SA (VI.A) : 981(er)
mound:
SA (VI.A) : 981(es)
cloister (boys, slype a passage between transpet and chapter house):
SA (VI.A) : 981(et)
cotquean:
SA (VI.A) : 981(eu)
gown & pinners: Red
Note: pinner: a coif with two long flaps, one on each side, pinned on and hanging down; worn by women, esp. of rank, in the 17th and 18th centuries.
SA (VI.A) : 981(ev)
cross or pile: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(ew)
curdsnigs:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ex)
mantle tree:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ey)
owlery: owlpellets:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ez)
at evens:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fa)
put a monkey on let down seat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fb)
fieldvole:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fc)
a roster (list) of the guests: Red
Note: Entered by Sheet i-33(c)
SA (VI.A) : 981(fd)
vivers: Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(fe)
bucking rail copycat:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ff)
saltwort:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fg)
gherkin:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fh)
kneehole desk:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fi)
lying and leasing: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(fj)
lacewing fly:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fk)
longsome: Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(fl)
ribroasting:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fm)
lambasting:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fn)
tabret:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fo)
lulliloved: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(fp)
noyons muniment:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fq)
engross: Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(fr)
lows:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fs)
ossein:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ft)
unfact: Orange
SA (VI.A) : 981(fu)
wrongously:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fv)
stricken in years:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fw)
pargetted:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fx)
a flirt / of wings: Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(fy)
watches & other junk:
SA (VI.A) : 981(fz)
mirrory:
SA (VI.A) : 981(ga)
lief or loath:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gb)
boxcurb:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gc)
slippertax:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gd)
lieabroad: Red
SA (VI.A) : 981(ge)
gantry:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gf)
a fid of fish:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gg)
metesman:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gh)
thereanent:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gi)
¼d = point (Bourse):
SA (VI.A) : 981(gj)
exit wound:
SA (VI.A) : 981(gk)
feast of grannom (angler, fly) Green
SA (VI.A) : 981(gl)
turkey poult

Page: VI.A 982

SA (VI.A) : 982(a)
search warrant,
SA (VI.A) : 982(b)
poortith,
SA (VI.A) : 982(c)
window gardening,
SA (VI.A) : 982(d)
naunty,
SA (VI.A) : 982(e)
bilbos,
SA (VI.A) : 982(f)
cold of wit (fool),
SA (VI.A) : 982(g)
cabbaging (tailor steals cloth), Blue
Note: cabbage: (also) shreds (or large pieces) of cloth appropriated by tailors in cutting out clothes.
SA (VI.A) : 982(h)
pejorative
SA (VI.A) : 982(i)
fortalice,
SA (VI.A) : 982(j)
caitiff,
SA (VI.A) : 982(k)
meiny,
SA (VI.A) : 982(l)
groaning chair (O of S), Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also SA (VI.A):0721(ao)
SA (VI.A) : 982(m)
gravelled him, Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(n)
farthingale (pet en l'air) Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(o)
birthstone marquetry,
SA (VI.A) : 982(p)
cameleer, Red
Note: Transferred to N17 (VI.B.9):070(a) for use in I.8:1.4
SA (VI.A) : 982(q)
hungerlean, Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(r)
prickle,
SA (VI.A) : 982(s)
keyed her,
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):125(h)
SA (VI.A) : 982(t)
old trot: Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(u)
hocussed:
SA (VI.A) : 982(v)
prickle:
SA (VI.A) : 982(w)
adze: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N12 (VI.B.14):163(k), N12 (VI.B.14):176(k) and N47 (VI.B.40):a01(c).
SA (VI.A) : 982(x)
lere & lorn,
SA (VI.A) : 982(y)
yellowboys,
SA (VI.A) : 982(z)
union pearl,
SA (VI.A) : 982(aa)
sworders,
SA (VI.A) : 982(ab)
bloodwreak,
SA (VI.A) : 982(ac)
cookmaid, Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(ad)
cullion, Red
Note: cullion: a testicle; a despicable fellow, a rascal.
SA (VI.A) : 982(ae)
miscegenation,
SA (VI.A) : 982(af)
cachetic,
Walt Whitman speaks of the ashen grey faces of onanists: the faded colours, the puffy features and the unwholesome complexion of the professed pederast with his peculiar cachetic expression, indescribable but once seen never forgotten, stamp the breed, and Dr. G. Adolph is justified in declaring “Alle Gewohnneits-paederasten erkennen sich einander schnell, oft met einen Blick.” Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.210
SA (VI.A) : 982(ag)
buttockry,
Pygisma = buttockry, because most actives end within the nates, being too much excited for further intromission. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.217 [on pederastic terminology]
SA (VI.A) : 982(ah)
etymon,
Jehovah here is made to play an evil part by destroying men instead of teaching them better. But, “Nous faisons les Dieux à notre image et nous portons dans le ciel oe que nous voyons sur la terre.” The idea of Yahweh, or Yah is palpably Egyptian, the Ankh or ever-living One: the etymon, however, was learned at Babylon and is still found amongst the cuneiforms. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.229.n
SA (VI.A) : 982(ai)
Turcomans,
Whilst the women to the North and South have, with local exceptions, the mammae stantes of the European virgin, those of Turkey, Persia, Afghanistan and Kashmir lose all the fine curves of the bosom, sometimes even before the first child; and after it the hemispheres take the form of bags. [n: A noted exception is Vienna remarkable for the enormous development of the virginal bosom which soon becomes pendulent.] This cannot result from climate only; the women of Marathá-land, inhabiting a damper and hotter region than Kashmir, are noted for fine firm breasts even after parturition. Le Vice of course prevails more in the cities and towns of Asiatic Turkey than in the villages; yet even these are infected; while the nomad Turcomans contrast badly in this point with the Gypsies, those Badawin of India. The Kurd population is of Iranian origin, which means that the evil is deeply rooted: I have noted in The Nights that the great and glorious Saladin was a habitual pederast. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.232-3
SA (VI.A) : 982(aj)
browlock,
The cup-boy is a sun rising from the dark underworld symbolised by his collar; his cheekmole is a crumb of ambergris, his nose is a scymitar grided at the curve; his lower lip is a jujube; his teeth are the Pleiades, or hailstones; his browlocks are scorpions; his young hair on the upper lip is an emerald; his side beard is a swarm of ants or a Lám (1-letter) enclosing the roses or anemones of his cheek. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.170
SA (VI.A) : 982(ak)
capitation,
Christian historians explain variously the portentous rise of Al-Islam and it's marvellous spread over vast regions, not only of pagans and idolaters but of Christians. Prideaux disingenuously suggests that it “seems to have been purposely raised up by God, to be a scourge to the Christian church for not living in accordance with their most holy religion.” The popular excuse is by the free use of the sword; this, however, is mere ignorance: in Mohammed's day and early Al-Islam only actual fighters were slain: the rest were allowed to pay the Jizyah, or capitation-tax, and to become tributaries, enjoying almost all the privileges of Moslems. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.186-7
SA (VI.A) : 982(al)
santon,
But the Adamical myth is opposed to all our modern studies. The deeper we dig into the Earth's “crust,” the lower are the specimens of human remains which occur; and hitherto not a single “find” has come to revive the faded glories of
Adam the goodliest man of men since born(!)
His sons, the fairest of her daughters Eve.
Thus Christianity, admitting, like Judaism, its own saints and santons, utterly ignores the progress of humanity, perhaps the only belief in which the wise man can take unmingled satisfaction. Both have proposed an originally perfect being with hyacinthine locks, from whose type all the subsequent humans are degradations physical and moral Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.185
SA (VI.A) : 982(am)
grided scimitar,
The cup-boy is a sun rising from the dark underworld symbolised by his collar; his cheekmole is a crumb of ambergris, his nose is a scymitar grided at the curve; his lower lip is a jujube; his teeth are the Pleiades, or hailstones; his browlocks are scorpions; his young hair on the upper lip is an emerald; his side beard is a swarm of ants or a Lám (1-letter) enclosing the roses or anemones of his cheek. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.170
SA (VI.A) : 982(an)
feracious, lustre (5 yrs),
Egypt, distracted by the blood-thirsty religious wars of Copt and Greek, had been covered with hermitages by a gens aeterna of semi-maniacal superstition. Syria, ever “feracious of heresies” had allowed many of her finest tracts to be monopolised by monkeries and nunneries. [also x.187]: During so short a time the grand revival of Monotheism had consolidated into a mighty nation, despite their eternal bloodfeuds, the scattered Arab tribes; a six-years' campaign had conquered Syria, and a lustre or two utterly overthrew Persia, humbled the Grasco-Roman, subdued Egypt and extended the Faith along northern Africa as far as the Atlantic. Within three generations the Copts of Nile-land had formally cast out Christianity, and the same was the case with Syria, the cradle of the Nazarene, and Mesopotamia, one of his strongholds, although both were backed by all the remaining power of the Byzantine empire. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.181
Note: A lustrum was a term for a five-year period in Ancient Rome.
SA (VI.A) : 982(ao)
cuddlesome,
SA (VI.A) : 982(ap)
oldster, Blue
Note: See also: N01 (VI.B.10):020(k)
SA (VI.A) : 982(aq)
barber's budget (bag),
Kárah = budget, large bag, ix. 216. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.352 [index]
SA (VI.A) : 982(ar)
succedanea,
Hence to Lesbianise … and tribassare … The former applied to the love of woman for woman and the latter to its mécanique: this is either natural, as friction of the labia and insertion of the clitoris when unusually developed; or artificial by means of the fascinum, the artificial penis (the Persian “Mayájang”); the patte de chat, the banana-fruit and a multitude of other succedanea. As this feminine perversion is only glanced at in The Nights I need hardly enlarge upon the subject. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.208n.2
SA (VI.A) : 982(as)
small part actor,
The performance usually ends with the embryo actor going round for alms and flourishing in air every silver bit, the usual honorarium being a few “f'lús,” that marvellous money of Barbary, big coppers worth one-twelfth of a penny. All the tales I heard were purely local, but Fakhri Bey, a young Osmanli domiciled for some time in Fez and Mequinez, assured me that The Nights are still recited there. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.165
SA (VI.A) : 982(at)
kenspeckle,
We can fairly say this much and far more for our Tales. Viewed as a tout ensemble in full and complete form, they are a drama of Eastern life, and a Dance of Death made sublime by faith and the highest emotions, by the certainty of expiation and the fulness of atoning equity, where virtue is victorious, vice is vanquished and the ways of Allah are justified to man. They are a panorama which remains ken-speckle upon the mental retina. They form a phantasmagoria in which archangels and angels, devils and goblins, men of air, of fire, of water, naturally mingle with men of earth; where flying horses and talking fishes are utterly realistic: where King and Prince meet fisherman and pauper, lamia and cannibal; where citizen jostles Badawi, eunuch meets knight; the Kazi hob-nobs with the thief; the pure and pious sit down to the same tray with the bawd and the pimp; where the professional religionist, the learned Koranist and the strictest moralist consort with the wicked magician, the scoffer and the debauchee-poet like Abu Nowas; where the courtier jests with the boor and where the sweep is bedded with the noble lady. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.156-7
Note: Ken-speckled [Scottish]: easily recognizable; conspicuous. Element repeated at N56 (VI.B.41):124(f).
SA (VI.A) : 982(au)
dame partlet: Red
[unlocated; perhaps [hen] suggested by ‘kenspeckle’] Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.000
Note: Dame Partlet in Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale: the expression means ‘hen” (fig., woman); from partlet, an article of apparel worn about the neck and upper part of the chest, chiefly by women; orig., a necklet, a collar or ruff.
SA (VI.A) : 982(av)
fescennine,
Finally, wherever the honest and independent old debauchee Abu Nowas makes his appearance the fun becomes fescennine and milesian Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.160
Note: Fescennine: lascivious.
SA (VI.A) : 982(aw)
canopic,
There is at least one fine melodramatic situation (iii. 228); and marvellous feats of indecency, a practical joke which would occur only to the canopic mind (iii. 300-305), emphasise the recovery of her husband by that remarkable “blackguard,” the Lady Budúr. [also x.195]: From that time on and under the rule of the Ptolemies the morality gradually decayed; the Canopic orgies extended into private life and the debauchery of the men was equalled only by the depravity of the women. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.149
SA (VI.A) : 982(ax)
perlection, Orange
The great Caliph ruled twenty-three years and a few months (A.H. 170-193 = A.D. 786-808); and, as his youth was chequered and his reign was glorious, so was his end obscure. After a vision foreshadowing his death, which happened, as becomes a good Moslem, during a military expedition to Khorasan, he ordered his grave to be dug and himself to be carried to it in a covered litter: when sighting the fosse he exclaimed, “O son of man thou art come to this!” Then he commanded himself to be set down and a perlection of the Koran to be made over him ia the litter on the edge of the grave. He was buried (aet. fortyfive) at Sanábád, a village near Tús. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.136
SA (VI.A) : 982(ay)
androgyne,
Plato (Symp.) is probably mystical when he accounts for such passions by there being in the beginning three species of humanity, men, women and men-women or androgynes. When the latter were destroyed by Zeus for rebellion, the two others were individually divided into equal parts. Richard Burton, “Terminal Essay” in 1000 Nights and 1 Night (Denver, 1919) x.209.n.1
SA (VI.A) : 982(az)
ringbone,
SA (VI.A) : 982(ba)
bellboy:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bb)
Klaxon:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bc)
Kingcakes (baigneur) opera ramp,
SA (VI.A) : 982(bd)
cattleman,
SA (VI.A) : 982(be)
beanpost,
SA (VI.A) : 982(bf)
gatehouse,
SA (VI.A) : 982(bg)
roadloft:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bh)
crocketed:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bi)
snaps and snails:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bj)
guelder roses:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bk)
ween't: Red
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 982(bl)
canon's beard:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bm)
stonecrop:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bn)
hummock:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bo)
fief:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bq)
reflexed thorns:
SA (VI.A) : 982(br)
stipules:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bs)
tabellion:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bt)
spillane:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bu)
party wall: Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(bv)
February fill / dyke: Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(bw)
copperplate scraplead at battery house:
SA (VI.A) : 982(bx)
bosom mingler:
SA (VI.A) : 982(by)
pubcrawl: Brown
  • FW unlocated
Note: FW 134.02 from N43 (VI.B.35):006(a).
SA (VI.A) : 982(bz)
vain:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ca)
plain: Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(cb)
(Lat): Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 982(cc)
diamond mounters:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cd)
morning gathered:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ce)
ease off a broadside:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cf)
massed guns:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cg)
line of battle:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ch)
it's all according:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ci)
fingerbut: Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(cj)
readyrainroof: Green
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):125(f) at FW 612.03
SA (VI.A) : 982(ck)
he visions:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cl)
kinkless hair: Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(cm)
gaff landing net:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cn)
pernicketty:
SA (VI.A) : 982(co)
we shall be through:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cp)
to slive off: Green
Note: To slive off, slang, to sneak away (cf. Centlivre, Platonick Love, iv. I knew her gown agen: I minded her when she sliv'd off.
SA (VI.A) : 982(cq)
not undress: Brown
SA (VI.A) : 982(cr)
rickbacked horse:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cs)
moffrybars:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ct)
a dolch of talk:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cu)
bramige (brag):
SA (VI.A) : 982(cv)
it's red bottle (no soft job) dill pickle:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cw)
standard roses:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cx)
crotch:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cy)
squire:
SA (VI.A) : 982(cz)
crookled:
SA (VI.A) : 982(da)
gashly:
SA (VI.A) : 982(db)
baggermen:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dc)
mawkin:
SA (VI.A) : 982(de)
kindling (firewood): Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(df)
charlock:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dg)
hunting stock:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dh)
junk:
SA (VI.A) : 982(di)
knothole:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dj)
nungreen:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dk)
plankets:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dl)
dog's mercury:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dm)
cuckoo pint:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dn)
hairtidy:
SA (VI.A) : 982(do)
lacebark tree:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dp)
mynah (bird):
SA (VI.A) : 982(dq)
corpration ([epa]): Green
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 982(dr)
boncer garden:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ds)
hair done in a club:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dt)
badminton:
SA (VI.A) : 982(du)
cleek (golf): Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: Only the word ‘cleek’ is crossed.
SA (VI.A) : 982(dv)
pinworm:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dw)
cataract knife:
SA (VI.A) : 982(dx)
pork / barrel ([??] harbour appropriation bill): Green
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: SA (VI.A):0981(cd). The words ‘harbour appropriation bill)’ are not crossed through.
SA (VI.A) : 982(dy)
dilsy / dulsy officer: Red
  • FW unlocated
Note: See also: N03 (VI.B.3):112(f)
SA (VI.A) : 982(dz)
lovenuts, seedballs, tripesock, hornhide, ~
SA (VI.A) : 982(ea)
~ brainbox: Green
SA (VI.A) : 982(eb)
buxon & fuxom:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ec)
deloused: Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(ed)
riding jealous:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ef)
thrusher:
SA (VI.A) : 982(eg)
potting shed:
SA (VI.A) : 982(eh)
squat sofa:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ei)
Canterbury bells:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ej)
honesty:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ek)
London pride:
SA (VI.A) : 982(el)
yoelamb: Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(em)
mangle:
SA (VI.A) : 982(en)
gabbygut:
SA (VI.A) : 982(eo)
foolhardy:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ep)
a couple of goofs: Brown
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 982(eq)
cushat: Not cancelled
SA (VI.A) : 982(er)
scarfskin:
SA (VI.A) : 982(es)
beauty / [Icrepole]:
SA (VI.A) : 982(et)
dayroom guard:
SA (VI.A) : 982(eu)
singers 4 foursome:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ev)
robin cuckoo:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ew)
badger bolts: Orange
  • FW unlocated
SA (VI.A) : 982(ex)
wildling:
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):158(b)
SA (VI.A) : 982(ey)
greenth: Red
Note: Greenth (1753, coined by H. Walpole): verdure.
SA (VI.A) : 982(ez)
rudesby:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fa)
[??] sticks camel dung:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fb)
see riddles:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fc)
handled the pen & wrote:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fd)
Artaxerxes (flow of water of High Lion):
SA (VI.A) : 982(fe)
starkened: Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(ff)
vellication:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fg)
pecten:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fh)
bodypink, pledget:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fi)
a bezel of balass:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fj)
espalier:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fk)
[boon] & young:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fl)
eals:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fm)
solan goose: Blue
Note: Solan goose: a local name for the gannet [a species of seabird].
SA (VI.A) : 982(fn)
dung and dirt: Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(fo)
valetudinarian:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fp)
beating the bounds: Green
Note: See also: N18 (VI.B.8):232(a) and N12 (VI.B.14):168(j)
SA (VI.A) : 982(fq)
gold cover:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fr)
toylap:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fs)
splay:
SA (VI.A) : 982(ft)
suppertide: Red
SA (VI.A) : 982(fu)
shaddock:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fv)
pompelmoose:
SA (VI.A) : 982(fw)
3d a boy (geld):
SA (VI.A) : 982(fx)
citronwort:

Page: VI.A 983

SA (VI.A) : 983(a)
clackdish: Red
Note: clackdish: a wooden dish with a lid clacked by beggars to attract notice.
SA (VI.A) : 983(b)
[amdicy]:
SA (VI.A) : 983(c)
shaveling:
SA (VI.A) : 983(d)
baldrick:
SA (VI.A) : 983(e)
cohort: Green
SA (VI.A) : 983(f)
win free: Red
SA (VI.A) : 983(g)
strike forward:
SA (VI.A) : 983(h)
housings:
SA (VI.A) : 983(i)
pouched (pocketed):
SA (VI.A) : 983(j)
poteen wash:
SA (VI.A) : 983(k)
still head:
SA (VI.A) : 983(l)
sands of hell:
SA (VI.A) : 983(m)
montichore:
SA (VI.A) : 983(n)
swart:
SA (VI.A) : 983(o)
arch protopapaton:
SA (VI.A) : 983(p)
stench of his pizzle (V): Green
SA (VI.A) : 983(q)
unheal:
SA (VI.A) : 983(r)
machicolated:
SA (VI.A) : 983(s)
eupeptic: Red
SA (VI.A) : 983(t)
hockey passes (push, through, square, drilibling):
SA (VI.A) : 983(u)
bedtime, teatime, Red
SA (VI.A) : 983(v)
a tang of sport,
SA (VI.A) : 983(w)
recency,
SA (VI.A) : 983(x)
clink (prison Lsd),
SA (VI.A) : 983(y)
astoundingly well,
SA (VI.A) : 983(z)
chit (os) fatigue (work),
SA (VI.A) : 983(aa)
staff (1 man),
SA (VI.A) : 983(ab)
lock up,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ac)
lights out,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ad)
instruct counsel a fee,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ae)
under marching orders,
SA (VI.A) : 983(af)
hunter's bothy,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ag)
the justices,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ah)
fathered,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ai)
by & / large, Blue
SA (VI.A) : 983(aj)
hunkered,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ak)
come again (repeat)
SA (VI.A) : 983(al)
jump a claim,
SA (VI.A) : 983(am)
yo (yew),
SA (VI.A) : 983(an)
cheapen with gangrel rogues belike,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ao)
clough, coombe, loathly, lampreys, tughery,
Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):054(e).
SA (VI.A) : 983(ap)
come off (naut), Red
SA (VI.A) : 983(aq)
batman,
SA (VI.A) : 983(ar)
Basque words for all trees not for tree:
SA (VI.A) : 983(as)
[eljid],
SA (VI.A) : 983(at)
full or empty words:
SA (VI.A) : 983(au)
griffon,
SA (VI.A) : 983(av)
topic:
SA (VI.A) : 983(aw)
ace, deuce, tray, cater, sink, size:
SA (VI.A) : 983(ax)
marbletopped highboys: Blue
SA (VI.A) : 983(ay)
borage:
SA (VI.A) : 983(az)
pickeys (on turnpike road):
SA (VI.A) : 983(ba)
laugh & get rich:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bb)
horologue,
SA (VI.A) : 983(bc)
scoop:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bd)
Johnny M'Gory: Blue
Note: A character in a child-frustrating Irish nursery rhyme, that in its entirety runs: Will I tell you a story? About Johnny MacGorey? Will I begin it? That's all that's in it!
SA (VI.A) : 983(be)
flatiron building (USA):
SA (VI.A) : 983(bf)
chin the bar:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bg)
cheesecloth:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bh)
Guinea Dago (Dalin):
SA (VI.A) : 983(bi)
Left Hook Chowder Association:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bj)
N. O. (not out book):
SA (VI.A) : 983(bk)
panhandle:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bl)
Lizzyboy (bear): Green
SA (VI.A) : 983(bm)
we see the elephant once a week (day out):
SA (VI.A) : 983(bn)
desk sergeant:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bo)
four in hand cravat: Red
SA (VI.A) : 983(bp)
flapjack:
Note: Repeated at SA (VI.A):0541(o) above.
SA (VI.A) : 983(bq)
cinch:
SA (VI.A) : 983(br)
oblong:
SA (VI.A) : 983(bs)
hohtwahtabottle: Orange
SA (VI.A) : 983(bt)
potato clad-dagh ring: