ULYSSES NOTESHEETS

Cyclops Notesheets

Print edition: Phillip F. Herring, ed., Joyce's Ulysses Notesheets at the British Museum (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia 1972), 81-124.

MS: British Library Add. MS 49975 fols. 6-8 Notesheet details

Cyclops sector 1


BL Add MS 49475-6r(left) JJA 12:002
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Cyclops: sector 1(a)
All men ought [v] Nature
Cyclops: sector 1(b)
why not [leave] between nos in same street Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(o).
Cyclops: sector 1(c)
Intellectuals debtors of society Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(p).
Cyclops: sector 1(d)
Dead govern living. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(q).
Cyclops: sector 1(e)
Fear of morrow great push
Cyclops: sector 1(f)
run (smuggle) take up
Cyclops: sector 1(g)
John asks is that a good God to take Willie Dignam Red
Cyclops: sector 1(h)
History: daughters of memory. Hume Edw. II Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(r).
Cyclops: sector 1(i)
L.B. 4 pm Span. patio. provost. peartree Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):011(ag) and UN5 (NLI.5B):011(ah) for UG 11.733.
Cyclops: sector 1(j)
2nd city of empire Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):001(dj)
Cyclops: sector 1(k)
rump & dozen (sir John Beresford) Red
Note: “A rump of beef and a dozen of claret” is an Irish wager. John Beresford (1738-1805), an Irish politician, built the Customs House in Dublin.
Cyclops: sector 1(l)
clerkly hand
Cyclops: sector 1(m)
enter a demurrer Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(b) for UG 16.763.
Cyclops: sector 1(n)
~ wampum Red
Note: Wampum (slang): money.
Cyclops: sector 1(o)
arraign Red
Cyclops: sector 1(p)
harangue Red
Cyclops: sector 1(q)
~ loiter loafers
Cyclops: sector 1(r)
tall talk Red
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):001(df) for UG 12.1313.
Cyclops: sector 1(s)
Heredity: few secured at cost of all. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(s).
Cyclops: sector 1(t)
~ money no warrant for after death.
Cyclops: sector 1(u)
Dilly's kitchen: oatmeal water, cat devours charred fishheads and eggshells heaped on square of brown paper, shell cocoa in kettle, sootcoated Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(aa).
Cyclops: sector 1(v)
Tyrants: men lend them power, Not cancelled
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(u).
Cyclops: sector 1(aa)
cut nose to please face, Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(v); see also Sheet 13.014(p).
Cyclops: sector 1(ab)
bow head to yoke, custom stronger than nature
Cyclops: sector 1(ac)
Rule: dead rule living: 1 enslaved by many Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(t).
Cyclops: sector 1(ad)
Judgement of Gov absurd between two ∴ right between many! Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ad).
Cyclops: sector 1(ae)
Anarchists: who accuse them? Kriegshetzer
Note: German kriegshetzer: war-mongers.
Cyclops: sector 1(af)
Duns Scotus: Roger O'Laughlin S.J. sent out too stupid to see the trick of game
Cyclops: sector 1(ag)
Memory: whim: locupletavit esurientes
Note: Latin locupletavit esurientes: he has fed the hungry.
Cyclops: sector 1(ah)
Lady Hamilton Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ac). Lady Hamilton, born Emma Lyon, was Lord Nelson's mistress.
Cyclops: sector 1(ai)
LB. talks of (Dignam's) wife's admirers Red
Cyclops: sector 1(aj)
Troy: liege bailiff's LB got in wooden horse Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 1(ak)
Law: effective when consecrated by custom = useless.
Cyclops: sector 1(al)
Communists also men? Some evil needed in doing good.
Cyclops: sector 1(am)
Altruism makes survive race, egoism individ. ½ and ½. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ae).
Cyclops: sector 1(an)
Pseudonyms: “P” a very good initial too. Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 12.005(bb) for UG 12.1539f.
Cyclops: sector 1(ao)
Heblon Red
Note: “Heblon” was the pseudonym of the author Joseph K. O'Connor, whose Studies in Blue (Dublin, 1903) depict Dublin slum life.
Cyclops: sector 1(ap)
under auspices most favourable Red
Cyclops: sector 1(aq)
Irish pantomime Brian Boru & Finn MacCool. Red
Cyclops: sector 1(ar)
Luck: every chap gets his ration [500] yrs Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ab) for UG 16.240.
Cyclops: sector 1(as)
viands, Red
Cyclops: sector 1(at)
~ replenish Red
Cyclops: sector 1(au)
U.P. = up. Red
Cyclops: sector 1(av)
~ forewent
Cyclops: sector 1(ba)
lopsided God. Red
Cyclops: sector 1(bb)
R.C. = sacrificing mother to child secures baptism & funeral Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.020(aj), and to Sheet 14.070(bc) for UG 14.257f.
Cyclops: sector 1(bc)
Polypheme: [tuns], exaggeration, polysyllable, Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 1(bd)
~ magnify kitten Not cancelled
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ba).
Cyclops: sector 1(be)
Galatea = milkmaid
Cyclops: sector 1(bf)
Victoria = the widow woman Red
Cyclops: sector 1(bg)
Mead = fermented spit Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 1(bh)
change the venue Red
Cyclops: sector 1(bi)
golden calf
Cyclops: sector 1(bj)
Suffering proof of sin (David) Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(af).
Cyclops: sector 1(bk)
Jews & Irish remember past
Cyclops: sector 1(bl)
Jew = cuckoo = profiteer: Red
Note: Only the word ‘cuckoo’ is crossed through.
Cyclops: sector 1(bm)
~ the cuckoo's a fine bird / He sings as he flies Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):011(ai). A verse from an old English nuresery rhyme goes:

The cuckoo's a fine bird,
He sings as he flies;

He brings us good tidings,
He tells us no lies.

Cyclops: sector 1(bn)
L.B.'s [son] Messiah Blue
Cyclops: sector 1(bo)
Jews fouled wells of thought
Cyclops: sector 1(bp)
Circumcised coins Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ag). See alo Sheet 12.006(cj) below.
Cyclops: sector 1(bq)
LB: ex quibus Christus
Cyclops: sector 1(br)
Family: [Stoer], Kubler, Virag(o)
Cyclops: sector 1(bs)
empire on which sun never rises Red
Cyclops: sector 1(bt)
password Red
Cyclops: sector 1(bu)
head is addled Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(av)for UG 12.774.
Cyclops: sector 1(bv)
royal Stuarts Red
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):001(dd) for UG 12.1379.
Cyclops: sector 1(ca)
jail delivery Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(aj) for UG 16.833.
Cyclops: sector 1(cb)
without bail or mainprise Red
Cyclops: sector 1(cc)
Eng. work well ∵ so bored by Sunday
Cyclops: sector 1(cd)
Burglar: no attack on ‘property’ ([abs])
Cyclops: sector 1(ce)
Violence begets habit to lord habit to serve
Cyclops: sector 1(cf)
Justice: hard to establish principle but work for better lot Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ai) for UG 16.1095ff.
Cyclops: sector 1(cg)
Minority privilege to disappear not physically but socially
Cyclops: sector 1(ch)
Neither with violence suppressed nor achieved (Anarchy) Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ah) for UG 16.1099f.
Cyclops: sector 1(ci)
Q. what is your opinion of the times / A. I think the markets are on a rise Red
[On the grips and passwords of the Ribbonmen] It will be noted that the opening observation is always of a harmless commonplace nature, which if addressed to a stranger could occasion no suspicion. […]

O. What is your opinion of the times?
R. I think the markets are on a rise.

O. Foreign war is the cause of it.
R. It's the Russians' wish to tyrannize.
May the sons of Erin wherever they be
Continue ever in loyalty.

A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 57f
Cyclops: sector 1(cj)
Q. Foreign war is the cause of it. / A. It's the Russians wish to tyrannize Red
[On the grips and passwords of the Ribbonmen] It will be noted that the opening observation is always of a harmless commonplace nature, which if addressed to a stranger could occasion no suspicion. […]

O. What is your opinion of the times?
R. I think the markets are on a rise.
O. Foreign war is the cause of it.
R. It's the Russians' wish to tyrannize.

May the sons of Erin wherever they be
Continue ever in loyalty.

A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 57f
Cyclops: sector 1(ck)
Q. What is the age of the moon? / A. Really I don't know. Red
[On the grips and passwords of the Ribbonmen] It will be noted that the opening observation is always of a harmless commonplace nature, which if addressed to a stranger could occasion no suspicion. […]

(Night-word.)
Q. What is the age of the moon?
A. A. Really I don't know.

A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 58
Cyclops: sector 1(cl)
Q. R. Hand rubbed over brow ~ Red
[On the grips and passwords of the Ribbonmen] […]

(Sign.)

Right hand rubbed across the forehead. To be answered by the left hand down the pocket.

A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 58
Cyclops: sector 1(cm)
~ A. Left hand down the pocket Red
[On the grips and passwords of the Ribbonmen] […]

(Sign.)

Right hand rubbed across the forehead. To be answered by the left hand down the pocket.

A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 57f
Cyclops: sector 1(cn)
R. Hand to knee ~ Red
[On the grips and passwords of the Ribbonmen] […]

(Sign.)
The right hand to the right knee.
The left thumb in the breeches-pocket.

A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 57
Cyclops: sector 1(co)
~ L. thumb in breeches' pocket Red
[On the grips and passwords of the Ribbonmen] […]

(Sign.)
The right hand to the right knee.
The left thumb in the breeches-pocket.

A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 57
Cyclops: sector 1(cp)
Ribbonmen Red
It will be noted that the opening observation is always of a harmless commonplace nature, which if addressed to a stranger could occasion no suspicion. “The winter is approaching” is a remark not out of course in October. If the immediate response is, “It is time to expect it,” the first speaker has reason to think he is talking to a brother Ribbonman. To make sure, he proceeds with a remark not likely to be understood unless by a fellow-member: “Our foe is found out.” A reply declaring that “Our guardians are watchful” establishes brotherhood between the parties. A.M. Sullivan, New Ireland (1878), 57
Cyclops: sector 1(cq)
Kilts, scratch arse quicker Red

Cyclops sector 2


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Cyclops: sector 2(a)
LB. Sexual impulse only the root of tree Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(g).
Cyclops: sector 2(b)
Marriage: physical difference, spiritual likeness
Cyclops: sector 2(c)
Woman Ireland: Slave no sense of honour, genius of beast
Cyclops: sector 2(d)
Charakter = losigkeit. Love what is above.
Cyclops: sector 2(e)
Names. Buonaparte (Goodbody) Cicero (Podmore) Christ (Doyle) Racine (Root) Gilt off the gingerbread. Blue
Note: See Sheet 12.002(e) for UG 16.363, Sheet 14.003(r) and Sheet 14.003(s).
Cyclops: sector 2(f)
Bob Doran: Blue
Note: Copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):023(bn) for UG 15.689.
Cyclops: sector 2(g)
French urinals, Blue
Note: See Sheet 16.017(n).
Cyclops: sector 2(h)
souls of dead Chinese, Blue
Note: Copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):023(bp)
Cyclops: sector 2(i)
lord Abercrombie's book, Blue
Note: Copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):023(bo)
Cyclops: sector 2(j)
“our” men Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(d) for UG 15.4595.
Cyclops: sector 2(k)
Rome will abnegate [prod.] divine Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 2(l)
barboy ignores him, Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 2(m)
chummies & skivvies, Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(l) for UG 16.1041.
Cyclops: sector 2(n)
R.C. peasant backbone of empire Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(m) for UG 16.1021f.
Cyclops: sector 2(o)
Tom [Rochford] [[??]] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also Sheet 14.068(g) and UN4 (NLI.5A):023(bt).
Cyclops: sector 2(p)
T.F. Meagher. Sword speech
Cyclops: sector 2(q)
L.B hates class hate (Weavers. Jacobs)
Cyclops: sector 2(r)
S.D. for sake of addressing letter ‘Paris’ Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.072(m).
Cyclops: sector 2(s)
Publican: off his head, his own drink (whiskey usquebaugh) Red
Cyclops: sector 2(t)
Swift: 1 man in armour will beat 10 in their shirts Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(e) for UG 15.4402.
Cyclops: sector 2(u)
Leopold. Hungarian name (cf. Stephen) Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(h).
Cyclops: sector 2(v)
Pope: Vicar of Christ (Bray) Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.001(n) for UG 14.280f; see also Sheet 14.071(o).
Cyclops: sector 2(aa)
Nannetti: the mimber Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):017(be).
Cyclops: sector 2(ab)
Caraway seed to carry away (Lenehan) Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.072(n) for UG 14.1493.
Cyclops: sector 2(ac)
Kaffir (Cusack re Leop) Red
Note: See also Sheet 12.015(v) for UG 12.1552, UN1 (NLI.3):032(et), and UN6 (NLI.4):011(b) for UG 12.1552.
Cyclops: sector 2(ad)
State: 12 soldiers shoot, none is bloodguilty. Jury Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(f) for protoCirce only.
Cyclops: sector 2(ae)
Queen's evidence Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(e) for UG 16.1053.
Cyclops: sector 2(af)
Hounslow Heath. Dick Turpin hero - law Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(f).
Cyclops: sector 2(ag)
espoused the negative Red
Cyclops: sector 2(ah)
Private property conceded only by all ∴ property of all Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(g).
Cyclops: sector 2(ai)
Property could be collective, wages individual (according to needs?, deeds?) Not cancelled
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(h) for UG 16.247.
Cyclops: sector 2(aj)
gave all sorts. Red
Cyclops: sector 2(ak)
~ gamehogs (Eng) Red
Cyclops: sector 2(al)
under all the circs Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.070(at).
Cyclops: sector 2(am)
corruption of minors Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.072(o) for UG 14.340.
Cyclops: sector 2(an)
barbarous Red
Cyclops: sector 2(ao)
Ausrüstung. 2ndhand clo' Greek Street Red
Cyclops: sector 2(ap)
L.B. plays bézique with Dante Red
Note: See also Sheet 12.008(m). Dante, Stephen's aunt, also known as Mrs Riordan. Originally, Mrs Dante Hearn Conway, from Cork. Bezique is a card game.
Cyclops: sector 2(aq)
air owns rain
Cyclops: sector 2(ar)
garnishee motion, Red
Cyclops: sector 2(as)
unsound mind. Red
Cyclops: sector 2(at)
emergency planters perches of land
Cyclops: sector 2(au)
King's Bench division courts not sit (King's birthday) Friday 24/6
Note: Edward VII (king in 1904) was born on November 9, 1841. However, the King's (or Queen's) public birthday is usually celebrated in June: in 1904 it was held on Friday 24 June.
Cyclops: sector 2(av)
Irish missile troops Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(g) for UG 15.4606.
Cyclops: sector 2(ba)
for reasons which have not transpired Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.070(au).
Cyclops: sector 2(bb)
attendance was of large dimensions Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 12.010(l) for UG 12.902f.
Cyclops: sector 2(bc)
proceedings then terminated Red
Cyclops: sector 2(bd)
Danes and Romans conquered England Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(h) for protoCirce only.
Cyclops: sector 2(be)
Take that in yr right hand & repeat after me [etc]. Red
Cyclops: sector 2(bf)
policeman's helmet sweat Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(j).
Cyclops: sector 2(bg)
(LB smells jew) Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 2(bh)
Timothy of the battered naggin (cricket) Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.070(av) for UG 14.1441.
Cyclops: sector 2(bi)
Set dog v dog
Cyclops: sector 2(bj)
~ pettyfogging
Cyclops: sector 2(bk)
residue Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(cs).
Cyclops: sector 2(bl)
kudos Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(ct) for UG 16.1519.
Cyclops: sector 2(bm)
hobnob Red
Cyclops: sector 2(bn)
~ cornerboys [arguing] outside pub Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.070(ba).
Cyclops: sector 2(bo)
porter was up Red
Note: Also partly crossed out in pencil
Cyclops: sector 2(bp)
unsittuponable
Cyclops: sector 2(bq)
Irish lie, penal days Red
Cyclops: sector 2(br)
~ evasion
Cyclops: sector 2(bs)
Eng. afraid to commit themselves
Cyclops: sector 2(bt)
in the force DMP Red
Cyclops: sector 2(bu)
Custom more honoured in breech than observance Red
Cyclops: sector 2(bv)
aid & abet Red
Cyclops: sector 2(ca)
Geoff. Keating wrote Hist. of Irel. in fastnesses of Galtees (Tiperrary) Red
Cyclops: sector 2(cb)
Pietro il Pittore - la lege z'e per tuti Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(i). Italian Pietro il Pittore: Peter the Painter - Irish revolutionary slang for a mauser. La lege z'e per tuti: one law for all.
Cyclops: sector 2(cc)
no name, number him
Cyclops: sector 2(cd)
by the mossy diamonds Red
Cyclops: sector 2(ce)
evince surprise Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):030(aq), and UN4 (NLI.5A):031(ad) for UG 16.487.
Cyclops: sector 2(cf)
speaking likeness (Emmet:) Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.022(ad) for UG 16.1444.
Cyclops: sector 2(cg)
I.N.F. Red
Note: See also UN1 (NLI.3):032(du) and Sheet 12.015(o).
Cyclops: sector 2(ch)
quondam, Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cl) for UG 16.109.
Cyclops: sector 2(ci)
~ erstwhile
Cyclops: sector 2(cj)
Gelatine lozenges on window (L.B.) Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(i) for UG 17.574.
Cyclops: sector 2(ck)
crossexamine,
Cyclops: sector 2(cl)
~ roasted him Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):018(k) for UG 12.512.
Cyclops: sector 2(cm)
pony of stout Red
Cyclops: sector 2(cn)
every land govt. it merits Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(k) for UG 16.1096f.
Cyclops: sector 2(co)
H.M. counsel learned in the law Red
Cyclops: sector 2(cp)
LB asked for definition Red
Cyclops: sector 2(cq)
Ulysses - projects his envy at each chapter Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.070(bb).
Cyclops: sector 2(cr)
Penelope - [her] body possessed Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 2(cs)
Smthg of day before Blue
Note: Copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):037(bi) for UG 16.1577.
Cyclops: sector 2(ct)
I.N.R.I. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):008(t) for UG 5.372. Latin: Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum: Jesus of Nazareth, king of the Jews. Colloquially, Iron nails ran in.
Cyclops: sector 2(cu)
~ & I.H.S. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):006(bg) for UG 15.3215, UN6 (NLI.4):014(dp), and Sheet 15.072(c) for UG 15.1935: monogram (Greek) for the name Jesus.

Cyclops sector 3


BL Add MS 49475-6v(left) JJA 12:004
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Cyclops: sector 3(a)
Titania, ~
TITANIA.” / GRAND OPEN-AIR FETE AND AQUATIC SPORTS, / BLACKROCK HOUSE, BLACKROCK
Band and Pipers Seaforth Highlanders (by permission of Colonel Jameson and Officers)
Luncheon, teas, etc. Fireworks. Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 4/1
Cyclops: sector 3(b)
~ Seaforth Highlanders (col. Jameson & officers) Red
“TITANIA.” / GRAND OPEN-AIR FETE AND AQUATIC SPORTS, / BLACKROCK HOUSE, BLACKROCK
Band and Pipers Seaforth Highlanders (by permission of Colonel Jameson and Officers)
Luncheon, teas, etc. Fireworks. Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 4/1
Cyclops: sector 3(c)
Richmond Asylum T.W. Hamlet Red
RICHMOND ASYLUM. / ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN.
The monthly meeting of the Joint Committee of Management of the Richmond District Asylum was held yesterday,. Mr. Richd. Jones, J.P., Chairman, presiding. Also present—Alderman James Hennessy, […] Alderman Patrick Dowd, T. W. Hamlet, E. L. Richardson, […] Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 6/8
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.072(p) for UG 14.1549, and Sheet 14.072(q); as well as to Sheet 14.087(an) and Sheet 14.087(ao).
Cyclops: sector 3(d)
([blank] [blank] oh)
Cyclops: sector 3(e)
col. Everard, Navan, grows tobacco Blue
PROVINCIAL NEWS.
TOBACCO GROWING IN IRELAND.
Colonel N. T. Everard, of Randlestown, Navan, who was instrumental in getting the duty on tobacco remitted in Ireland, and who is engaged in an interesting experiment in growing and curing tobacco in this country, completed the planting out of twenty acres of the Wood. Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 6/4
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(b) for UG 16.996.
Cyclops: sector 3(f)
gurnard, Red
PROVISIONS. / NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […]
WHOLESALE FISH—A fair supply of salmon on offer, which totalled 23 packages. […] gurnard, 6d to 1s each; halibut, 14s to 20s each; ling, 1s6d to 2s each; conger eel, 6d to 2s each; pollock, 6d to 1s each; […] Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 3/7
Cyclops: sector 3(g)
~ pollock, Red
PROVISIONS. / NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […]
WHOLESALE FISH—A fair supply of salmon on offer, which totalled 23 packages. […] gurnard, 6d to 1s each; halibut, 14s to 20s each; ling, 1s6d to 2s each; conger eel, 6d to 2s each; pollock, 6d to 1s each; […] Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 3/7
Note: Not in final (1922) text.
Cyclops: sector 3(h)
~ ling Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
PROVISIONS. / NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […]
WHOLESALE FISH—A fair supply of salmon on offer, which totalled 23 packages. […] gurnard, 6d to 1s each; halibut, 14s to 20s each; ling, 1s6d to 2s each; conger eel, 6d to 2s each; pollock, 6d to 1s each; […] Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 3/7
Cyclops: sector 3(i)
Barclay & Cook's candles 104 Talbot Street, guess when burns out 5 ft high Red
WE HAVE A CANDLE FIVE FEET HIGH IN THE WINDOW; OF EACH OF OUR SHOPS. GUESS THE TIME THEY WILL BURN OUT. YOU WILL RECEIVE AT EACH SHOP A PAIR OF OUR FAMOUS GLADIATOR 10⁄6 BOOTS FREE.
ASK FOR GUESSING PAPER—IT COSTS YOU NOTHING, NOT EVEN A PURCHASE.

Barclay & Cook

104 TALBOT STREET And 5 SOUTH GREAT GEORGE'S ST. Evening Telegraph (16 June 1904), 2/2
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(j) for UG 17.589ff.
Cyclops: sector 3(j)
pin stripe, crash linen & holland,
Note: Rough fabrics.
Cyclops: sector 3(k)
overslip / under Red
Note: ‘overslip’ not crossed through. Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(as).
Cyclops: sector 3(l)
mercerized silk Red
Note: Silk to which a lustre has been imparted by treatment with caustic soda.
Cyclops: sector 3(m)
hopsack, basket cloth.
Note: Rough fabrics.
Cyclops: sector 3(n)
Egan's Hop bitters Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.071(g) and Sheet 14.087(am); see also UN6 (NLI.4):005(b) for UG 5.389.
Cyclops: sector 3(o)
salves & simples Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Only the word ‘salves’ is crossed through
Cyclops: sector 3(p)
James Wought alias Saphiro alias Richards alias Spark, |aPricea| Spiro ~ Red
TICKETS FOR CANADA. / ALLEGED JEWISH SWINDLE..
In Southern Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Swifte, a Jew named James Wought, alias Saphiro, alias Richards, alias Spork, alias Spiro, and alleged to have traded as Charles and Co., Leeds, was again brought up on a charge of having obtained from one Benjamin Zaretsky the sum of £1 under false pretences. Zaretsky is a Jewish tailor, residing at 32 Concord street, Leeds, and when the case was previously up for hearing evidence was given showing that Wought represented himself as an emigration society agent, and obtained money from several people—Zaretsky among the number—for tickets for Canada, which tickets were valueless and bogus It also transpired that Wought, according to the evidence, got all letters and money orders and communications addressed to the Post Office, College Green, Dublin, making a pretence that his Society was under the auspices of the Government.

Harry Crown […] forwarded postal order for 10s. on account […] Crown heard no more about his ten shillings. He knew the prisoner in Leeds by the name of Price.

Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 6/7
Note: See also Sheet 19.003(c).
Cyclops: sector 3(q)
~ Benj. Zaretsky £1 ~ Red
TICKETS FOR CANADA. / ALLEGED JEWISH SWINDLE..
In Southern Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Swifte, a Jew named James Wought, alias Saphiro, alias Richards, alias Spork, alias Spiro, and alleged to have traded as Charles and Co., Leeds, was again brought up on a charge of having obtained from one Benjamin Zaretsky the sum of £1 under false pretences. Zaretsky is a Jewish tailor, residing at 32 Concord street, Leeds, and when the case was previously up for hearing evidence was given showing that Wought represented himself as an emigration society agent, and obtained money from several people—Zaretsky among the number—for tickets for Canada, which tickets were valueless and bogus It also transpired that Wought, according to the evidence, got all letters and money orders and communications addressed to the Post Office, College Green, Dublin, making a pretence that his Society was under the auspices of the Government. Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 6/7
Cyclops: sector 3(r)
~ ancient Hebrew Red
TICKETS FOR CANADA. / ALLEGED JEWISH SWINDLE..
In Southern Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Swifte, a Jew named James Wought, alias Saphiro, alias Richards, alias Spork, alias Spiro, and alleged to have traded as Charles and Co., Leeds, was again brought up on a charge of having obtained from one Benjamin Zaretsky the sum of £1 under false pretences. […]

A somewhat similar story of duplicity was told by an old hebrew of the name of Jacob Cohen, who sent Wought £1 to the address 49a Lower Clanbrassil street, Dublin, where Wought directed him in the first communication, which was sent on paper headed “Post Office, College Green, Dublin,” to remit all moneys.

Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 6/7
Cyclops: sector 3(s)
Chas & Co, Leeds Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
TICKETS FOR CANADA. / ALLEGED JEWISH SWINDLE..
In Southern Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Swifte, a Jew named James Wought, alias Saphiro, alias Richards, alias Spork, alias Spiro, and alleged to have traded as Charles and Co., Leeds, was again brought up on a charge of having obtained from one Benjamin Zaretsky the sum of £1 under false pretences. Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 6/7
Cyclops: sector 3(t)
charge preferred against him Red
TICKETS FOR CANADA. / ALLEGED JEWISH SWINDLE..
In Southern Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Swifte, a Jew named James Wought, alias Saphiro, alias Richards, alias Spork, alias Spiro, and alleged to have traded as Charles and Co., Leeds, was again brought up on a charge of having obtained from one Benjamin Zaretsky the sum of £1 under false pretences. […]

Prisoner was again remanded to enable further charges preferred against him to be investigated.

Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 6/7
Cyclops: sector 3(u)
in close order Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
The Gold Cup. THE OUTSIDER WINS […] Throwawey set a fair pace to Sceptre, with Maximum II, last, till fairly in the line for home, when Sceptre slightly headed Throwaway, and Zinfandel took close order with him. Throwaway, however, stayed on, and won cleverly at the finish by a length; three parts of a length divided second and third. Irish Independent (17 June 1904), 7/2
Note: See also Sheet 14.021(c) for UG 14.1132.
Cyclops: sector 3(v)
a bear's hug, Red
Cyclops: sector 3(aa)
the weight of my tongue Red
Cyclops: sector 3(ab)
Heeltapping the case Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(at) for UG 15.4024.
Cyclops: sector 3(ac)
Memory of LB -- a very long time I was going to bed somewhere and there was a squareshaped or was it when I was where was that. Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(k) for UG 17.2328f.
Cyclops: sector 3(ad)
Weiss's sister-in-law: death of infant, putting on an inside vest Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.070(be) for UG 14.267.
Cyclops: sector 3(ae)
lay low, Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.001(cd), and Sheet 16.017(c) for UG 16.1300.
Cyclops: sector 3(af)
stiff jab Red
Cyclops: sector 3(ag)
clean knockout, Red
Cyclops: sector 3(ah)
battle Red
Cyclops: sector 3(ai)
Mendoza
Note: See also Sheet 17.037(l) for UG 17.723. Daniel Mendoza (1763-1836): British boxing champion puglist; he was an English Jew.
Cyclops: sector 3(aj)
clave to, Red
Note: See also Sheet 12.003(ar) below.
Cyclops: sector 3(ak)
hails from Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(e), Sheet 12.003(as), Sheet 16.002(br) for UG 16.419, and Sheet 16.017(d).
Cyclops: sector 3(al)
butting match Blue
Cyclops: sector 3(am)
marquess of Q— Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: The eight marquess of Queensbury, Sir John Sholto Douglas (1844-1900). An avid fan of the sport of boxing, he famously formulated a set of rules for a fair fight.
Cyclops: sector 3(an)
lively claret Red
Cyclops: sector 3(ao)
laid low
Cyclops: sector 3(ap)
bout of fireworks Red
Cyclops: sector 3(aq)
tansy pills, pennyroyal Blue
Note: Copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):023(bq), and Sheet 15.018(ab) for use in drafts only (but at UG 15.3726).
Cyclops: sector 3(ar)
clave to
Note: See also Sheet 12.003(aj) for UG 12.1782.
Cyclops: sector 3(as)
hails from Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):017(e), Sheet 12.003(ak), Sheet 16.002(br) for UG 16.419, and Sheet 16.017(d).
Cyclops: sector 3(at)
putting the stone Red
Note: See also Sheet 12.007(ah) (from UN2 (VI.D.7):033(g)).
Cyclops: sector 3(au)
Queensberry rules Red
Cyclops: sector 3(av)
O, Ireland, my sireland! / Thou fireland! thou direland! / No liar land shall buy our land! / A higher land is Ireland! Red

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Source Texts
The Poems of Ossian. Translated by James Macpherson. (Joyce had a copy in his Trieste Library. He also mined this source, far more extensively than here, for Finnegans Wake.)

 
Cyclops: sector 4(a)
kegs
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roan
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gelding
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You bet
Cyclops: sector 4(e)
pizzle Blue
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bailiff's daughter Red
Note: Cf. UN3 (VIII.A.5):001(d) for UG 12.398f.
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amicus curiae
Cyclops: sector 4(h)
ensue Red
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grandson of Dan O' Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):005(af).
Cyclops: sector 4(j)
1a facie case Blue
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racy of the soil Red
Cyclops: sector 4(l)
Jacob's biscuitbox Red
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Bros Guiness. 2 noble peers (Castor & Pollux) Red
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Wolf in sheep's clothing Red
Cyclops: sector 4(o)
the false scent
Cyclops: sector 4(p)
the hard word Red
Cyclops: sector 4(q)
the soul of war replied Red
Hail, thou son of Rossa! what shades the soul of war?
Lz265, Ln211: The battle is not won with grief; nor dwells the sigh in the soul of war. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz8, Ln247
Cyclops: sector 4(r)
the main Blue
Her arm was white like Gormal's snow; her bosom whiter than the foam of the main when roll the waves beneath the wrath of the wind. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Ln4
Cyclops: sector 4(s)
a main noise Red
Cyclops: sector 4(t)
streamy vale Red
He comes, like a storm along the streamy vale! Lz235, Ln193: “Sons of the mighty,” he said, “ye bring back the days of old, when first I descended from waves, on Selma's streamy vale! …” James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz 13, Ln251
Note: Leipzig has “strom,”.
Cyclops: sector 4(u)
[dost] darken the welkin Red
Cyclops: sector 4(v)
who comes? it is Red
Who comes with the locks of age? It is the son of songs. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz76, Ln294 and passim
Cyclops: sector 4(aa)
pay debt of nature Red
Note: “Berrathon” in Archibald McDonald, Some of Ossian's lesser poems rendered into verse (1805), includes, on p.283:
He calls his son.—“Come Ossian, come away!
Thou must at length the debt of nature pay.”
Cyclops: sector 4(ab)
transient beam Blue
Thou hast fallen in darkness, like a star, that shoots across the desert; when the traveller is alone, and mourns the transient beam! James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz9, Ln247
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(aj).
Cyclops: sector 4(ac)
red is thy rolling eye Red
“From whence,” the fair-haired maid replied, “from whence, Duchomar, most gloomy of men? Dark are thy brows and terrible! Red are thy rolling eyes! …” James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz10, Ln248
Note: The Leipzig copy has “rollings”. See also Sheet 12.004(ak) below, and UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ak).
Cyclops: sector 4(ad)
excelled himself Red
Cyclops: sector 4(ae)
extinction of the beam of heaven Red
But the poet's art is not yet exhausted. The fall of this noble young warrior, or, in Ossian's style, the extinction of this beam of heaven, could not be rendered too interesting and affected. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Ln97
Cyclops: sector 4(af)
joy of grief
But, Carril, raise the voice on high; tell the deeds of other times. Send thou the night away in song; and give the joy of grief. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz17, Ln254
Note: To give “the joy of grief” generally signifies to raise the strain and soft and grave music; and finely characterizes the taste of Ossian's age and country.
Cyclops: sector 4(ag)
daughter of skies (moon) Red
Connal mounts the car of gems. They stretch theit shields, like the darkened moon, the daughter of the starry skies, when she moves a dun circle through heaven; and dreadful change is expected by men. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz30, Ln262
Cyclops: sector 4(ah)
friend in court Red
Cyclops: sector 4(ai)
princely (Irish?) [hands] Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 4(aj)
beauteous as the moon in Donnybrook
Daura, my daughter! thou wert fair; fair as the moon on Fura; white as the driven snow; sweet as the breathing gale. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Ln240
Cyclops: sector 4(ak)
red eyes. Blue
It was Starno, dreadful king! His red eyes rolled on me in love. James MacPherson, The Poems of Ossian (1806), Lz154, Ln148
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ak), and Sheet 12.004(ac) above for use in proto-Cyclops.
Cyclops: sector 4(al)
by the mortal frost Red
Cyclops: sector 4(am)
wine of the country Red
Cyclops: sector 4(an)
deponent saith not
Cyclops: sector 4(ao)
every moment be his next Red
Cyclops: sector 4(ap)
entertainment for man & beast Red
Cyclops: sector 4(aq)
impervious to all fear Red
Cyclops: sector 4(ar)
Scoff
Cyclops: sector 4(as)
wafted (wafty) Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(al) for UG 12.76.
Cyclops: sector 4(at)
Bloody wars! says the queen of France Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(am) for UG 12.1849 and UN5 (NLI.5B):015(an).
Cyclops: sector 4(au)
Tell that to a fool Red
Cyclops: sector 4(av)
put me in mind
Cyclops: sector 4(ba)
to cool his courage Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bb)
not worth a roasted fart Red
Note: See also Sheet 12.005(q) below.
Cyclops: sector 4(bc)
assault & battery Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bd)
quartering knife Red
Cyclops: sector 4(be)
little ease Green
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 4(bf)
voucher
Cyclops: sector 4(bg)
virago Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bh)
milk in cocoanut & absence of hair on animal's chest Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bi)
when all fruit fails welcome haws Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bj)
pelf
Cyclops: sector 4(bk)
~ not brook Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bl)
whilom
Cyclops: sector 4(bm)
~ traversers
Cyclops: sector 4(bn)
impeach a nation Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ap) for UG 12.1194.
Cyclops: sector 4(bo)
a bill of attainder Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ao) for UG 12.1194.
Cyclops: sector 4(bp)
felonsetting
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ak) for UG 16.1052.
Cyclops: sector 4(bq)
leading question
Cyclops: sector 4(br)
bait
Cyclops: sector 4(bs)
cruelty to animals (J.H.P.) Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bt)
a hat is suited for a wedding Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(p) for UG 9.639.
Cyclops: sector 4(bu)
strengthy Red
Cyclops: sector 4(bv)
and it not in the corner Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(q).
Cyclops: sector 4(ca)
French landed at Killala Red
Cyclops: sector 4(cb)
what's on you? Red
Cyclops: sector 4(cc)
he died on me Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(r) for UG 9.676.
Cyclops: sector 4(cd)
a mitred abbot Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(l) for UG 12.1678.
Cyclops: sector 4(ce)
mine, as devil said to dead policeman Red
Cyclops: sector 4(cf)
without a stitch on her Red
Cyclops: sector 4(cg)
Lanty MacHale's dog. Red
Note: Stephen, in Stephen Hero, remarks of Protestant Orthodoxy that it is like Lanty McHale's dog: it goes a bit of the road with everyone.

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Cyclops: sector 5(a)
Master Courtenay sitting in own chamber Red
Note: Arthur H. Courteney, esquire: Master of the King's Bench
Cyclops: sector 5(b)
1st chargeant on property Red
Cyclops: sector 5(c)
evidence by commission
Cyclops: sector 5(d)
counterclaimed & traversed sale & delivery
Cyclops: sector 5(e)
Mr Justice Andrews sitting without a jury in the probate. Red
Cyclops: sector 5(f)
V. Livingston and another Red
Cyclops: sector 5(g)
‘compo’ in bootsoles
Note: See Irish Independent, issue of June 16, 1904, Action About Boots.
Cyclops: sector 5(h)
ex parte
Cyclops: sector 5(i)
Irel: European fights Englands wars. Why? Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bu) for UG 16.1041.
Cyclops: sector 5(j)
Beran v. officer = two impostors Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bv) for UG 16.1043ff.
Cyclops: sector 5(k)
overseas empire.
Cyclops: sector 5(l)
wooden heads of Downing Street
Cyclops: sector 5(m)
Irel: contripetal ambition (Zionism) / — fugal 〃 (Columb)
Cyclops: sector 5(n)
her [unmade] captivities
Cyclops: sector 5(o)
Germany: steelshod syntaxes of syllogisms
Cyclops: sector 5(p)
Chair in Middle Irish: stool in Manx
Cyclops: sector 5(q)
a roasted fart Red
Note: See Sheet 12.004(bb) above for UG 12.1385.
Cyclops: sector 5(r)
acquitted himself Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.001(bm) and UN5 (NLI.5B):016(s).
Cyclops: sector 5(s)
Bartle the Basket Blue
Cyclops: sector 5(t)
we did ample justice Blue
Note: Copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):013(cj) for UG 10.548.
Cyclops: sector 5(u)
boiled owl Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):025(d).
Cyclops: sector 5(v)
Longbow from Irel. Strongbow Tweed
Cyclops: sector 5(aa)
Blazes Boyl. 6 sisters: Armagh camp
Cyclops: sector 5(ab)
Kelleher: 2nd hand coffins Red
Cyclops: sector 5(ac)
Circumstantial evidence Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ca) for UG 16.773.
Cyclops: sector 5(ad)
contracts invalidated by violence done to 1 party ∴ social contract no validity for individual constraint by violence of birth to enter the society of the living on their terms. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(cb).
Cyclops: sector 5(ae)
Prophecy: when 1st Irish gunboat is seen breasting the waves with the green flag at her helm Red
Cyclops: sector 5(af)
All comparisons proportionate
Cyclops: sector 5(ag)
Shorthorn bullock = £40
Cyclops: sector 5(ah)
fusty smells
Cyclops: sector 5(ai)
LB. SD. smart fellow.
Cyclops: sector 5(aj)
Here's to us! Sinn Fein Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(v) for UG 14.1491.
Cyclops: sector 5(ak)
commit his ideas to paper Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(w).
Cyclops: sector 5(al)
Connemara simpleton - fire in the west Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 5(am)
Sinhedrim Red
Note: Hebrew sanhedrim: supreme (religious/legal) council and tribunal of the ancient Jewish nation. It consisted of 70-odd members.
Cyclops: sector 5(an)
old Hooper's owl
Cyclops: sector 5(ao)
speech from dock: oracle
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(t).
Cyclops: sector 5(ap)
Godstruck holy fool, [frig]
Cyclops: sector 5(aq)
epipelsy
Cyclops: sector 5(ar)
Dairy arse darius Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(aa).
Cyclops: sector 5(as)
Black '47 Red
Cyclops: sector 5(at)
Haines = ear of the world / S.D. = Horace's deaf donkey Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ce)
Cyclops: sector 5(au)
hotfoot Red
Cyclops: sector 5(av)
cimex lectularius Red
Note: See also Sheet 14.020(c).
Cyclops: sector 5(ba)
Lombard = why pay feed of maniacs Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(cf).
Cyclops: sector 5(bb)
Sign P: a very good initial too Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.001(an) above.
Cyclops: sector 5(bc)
[P] I wouldn't sell for ½ crown Red
Cyclops: sector 5(bd)
Killybegs = 3rd harbour in world (other two bray & bullock) Red
Cyclops: sector 5(be)
Dunleary Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(cg).
Cyclops: sector 5(bf)
specific performance Red
Cyclops: sector 5(bg)
nefarious designs Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(ab) for UG 14.338.
Cyclops: sector 5(bh)
corporation meeting (Irish) Red

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Cyclops: sector 6(a)
LB made up to mother-in-law. Red
Cyclops: sector 6(b)
L.B excited wants to say many things. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ai) for UG 12.1414.
Cyclops: sector 6(c)
L.B “I'll give him a lottery ticket” (Cycl) Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ah) for UG 12.1898.
Cyclops: sector 6(d)
Nannetti is leaving Ireland Red
Cyclops: sector 6(e)
Pinkerton, sorter, G.P.O., glaze scrape away (Budgen?)
Cyclops: sector 6(f)
S. Martin's le Grand
Cyclops: sector 6(g)
LB. She clasped him to her bosoms (intellects) Red
Note: ‘(intellects)’ not crossed through
Cyclops: sector 6(h)
LB. At a cursing duel.
Cyclops: sector 6(i)
LB. Present at unpleasant scene: [leave] bloke on the hip
Cyclops: sector 6(j)
LB. Woman oughtn't make rows unless she can win them Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(k)
Cycl. I must have notice of that question (J.J. O'M) Red
Cyclops: sector 6(l)
Tiser Rob. Emmet's prophecy. Longer delayed the better (LB) Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ci).
Cyclops: sector 6(m)
S. Michan's: Rob. Emmet buried there. Glasnevin. [etc]. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ch).
Cyclops: sector 6(n)
L.B. Whom God has joined let no man put asunder (pleasure reserved) Blue
Note: ‘(pleasure reserved)’ not crossed through
Cyclops: sector 6(o)
Ossian. Jewish rhetoric. Ulysses. Kolossal!
Cyclops: sector 6(p)
Cycl. Exaggeration of things previously given:
Cyclops: sector 6(q)
shout superlatives Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ag) for UG 12.1834.
Cyclops: sector 6(r)
Style. Longwinded simile. Red
  • Ulysses 12.passim
Cyclops: sector 6(s)
Geneology: Leopold, son of Rudolph, son of Leopold Peter, son of P.R. Red
Cyclops: sector 6(t)
Objects: tram (crystal sliding ark)
Cyclops: sector 6(u)
noserag (Irish history) Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ae) for UG 12.1438f.
Cyclops: sector 6(v)
(welsh miner, Cambrian bear) Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(af) for UG 12.1835.
Cyclops: sector 6(aa)
market (crystal palace) Red
Cyclops: sector 6(ab)
Names: O'Bloom, O'Kiernan Red
Cyclops: sector 6(ac)
Clanspirit. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(ad)
Brehons Laws. Red
Cyclops: sector 6(ae)
Technique: Sudden vituperation follows depression (ferocity Iliad) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: ‘(ferocity Iliad)’ not crossed through
Cyclops: sector 6(af)
Archimedes: Sunflashing roof. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(ag)
scratches nape
Cyclops: sector 6(ah)
Compare: Giant : giant [draft] giant : dwarf
Cyclops: sector 6(ai)
L.B. sharpens pencil ~
Cyclops: sector 6(aj)
~ (writes word) Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(ak)
Fenian & his grandfather.
Cyclops: sector 6(al)
Style: and like a wheatfield under the strong wind and like the mountain |ahazel asha| grove under the whirlwind. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(am)
〃: like a sunbeam at 7.48
Cyclops: sector 6(an)
Engl: a noble race, rulers of the waves, who sit on thrones of alabaster, silent as the deathless gods. Red
Cyclops: sector 6(ao)
It seems history is to blame. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(ap)
various
Cyclops: sector 6(aq)
nightmare.
Cyclops: sector 6(ar)
God noise in street, never let jews in, O'Rourke, [1st] goal, Pyrrhus, Helen Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: The elements are from the text of the Nestor episode.
Cyclops: sector 6(as)
various
Cyclops: sector 6(at)
Feefawfum
Cyclops: sector 6(au)
Justice.
Cyclops: sector 6(av)
Pretenders
Cyclops: sector 6(ba)
Giant's Causeway Red
Cyclops: sector 6(bb)
~ Finn McCool. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(v) for UG 12.910.
Cyclops: sector 6(bc)
Wit. read Freud: (are you shitting, honey?)
Cyclops: sector 6(bd)
Art: Colleen Bawn Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(be)
Church: iron girders to Irel.
Cyclops: sector 6(bf)
Cycl. Cusack bespatters Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ab) for UG 12.1786.
Cyclops: sector 6(bg)
Miracles. Jesus cut off by clouds, multiply fish. ~ Red
Cyclops: sector 6(bh)
~ [Story] 11.a.m. -- 4p.m.
Cyclops: sector 6(bi)
Lenehan: Rose of Castile Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(bj)
Sinn Fein. Red
Cyclops: sector 6(bk)
Eng. no music Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ac) for same unit reintroduced to text (UG 12.1199) on a later draft.
Cyclops: sector 6(bl)
adultery: a mensa et a thalamo (from bed & breakfast) Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 12.014(p) for use in protoCyclops.
Cyclops: sector 6(bm)
L.B. sleeps at other end of bed Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(a) for UG 17.2303f.
Cyclops: sector 6(bn)
S.D. tempted to drink Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(bo)
Maxim: in gov. office leave dignity with umbrella. always keep a good one for the last (trot for the avenue)
Cyclops: sector 6(bp)
L.B. Walk into my parlour, ~ Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(b).
Cyclops: sector 6(bq)
~ regrets death of fly
Cyclops: sector 6(br)
Solitudinem faciunt et pacem appellant
Note: This famous line is taken from the Agricola of Tacitus, ubi solitudinem faciunt pacem appellant: they make a wildnerness and call it peace.
Cyclops: sector 6(bs)
Eng. Not so spoiled by success as others [romans]
Cyclops: sector 6(bt)
L.B. Soft hand under a hen Red
Cyclops: sector 6(bu)
Hist. who got away J. Stephens Red
Cyclops: sector 6(bv)
~ shot Buckley,
Cyclops: sector 6(ca)
~ bore Wellington (horse & stable cf. Eng. law) Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(cj).
Cyclops: sector 6(cb)
Lie: S.D. receives 5£ Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(cc)
[Imitation. Smone] doing purposely & not
Cyclops: sector 6(cd)
L.B. lives on samples Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(c) for use in protoIthaca.
Cyclops: sector 6(ce)
Derwan builder's story bucket full of porter. Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.017(ck).
Cyclops: sector 6(cf)
Patriots: geese to save capitol Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):012(bc).
Cyclops: sector 6(cg)
Irel: winebark on the winedark waterway Red
Cyclops: sector 6(ch)
Molly: Police Gazette. Red
Cyclops: sector 6(ci)
[allarm]: fleadislodging bug. ius 1ae. noctis
Cyclops: sector 6(cj)
Coins: circumcised Blue
Note: See also Sheet 12.001(bp) and Sheet 16.017(ag).
Cyclops: sector 6(ck)
Jew: love his country when sure which it is. (SD. P. M'H) Red
Note: See also GN1 (Dzierbicki):009(a), probable source of this unit.
Cyclops: sector 6(cl)
[Bliz]: [Cenciatore]: 2 women (Molly Dante show neck of him) Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 6(cm)
Cromwell: curse, Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ad) for UG 12.1785.
Cyclops: sector 6(cn)
~ jews England rich: idem Erin: protest. parliament so long as we control the money bags.

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Cyclops: sector 7(a)
Pardon Maynooth all put to the sword, Drogheda
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):002(g)
Cyclops: sector 7(b)
S. Mary's Abbey, summer day 1534
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):002(c), which see for UG 10.408f.
Cyclops: sector 7(c)
natheless Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):001(l); see also Sheet 14.004(cj) for UG 14.151. Natheless (archaic): nevertheless, notwithstanding.
Cyclops: sector 7(d)
of stature tall & personable Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):001(b); see also UN5 (NLI.5B):015(n).
Thomas is described as a man of great natural beauty, ‘of stature tall and personable; …’ Dictionary of National Biography (1889), “Thomas Fitzgerald”
Cyclops: sector 7(e)
~ white face & withal somewhat ruddy Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):001(d).
‘… a white face, and withal somewhat ruddy, …’ Dictionary of National Biography (1889), “Thomas Fitzgerald”
Cyclops: sector 7(f)
Sir Anthony MacDonnell left Euston ([16]) for undersecretary's lodge Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):008(d); recopied to Sheet 16.017(bh) for UG 16.1666f.
Cyclops: sector 7(g)
Decree nisi: King's proctor shows cause Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):019(a)-UN2 (VI.D.7):019(b); recopied to Sheet 16.017(bn) and Sheet 16.017(bp) for UG 16.1490f.
xxxx The Times (London), 7 June 1904, p.3
Cyclops: sector 7(h)
propound a will Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):019(c).
xxxx The Times (London), 7 June 1904, p.3
Cyclops: sector 7(i)
oppose probate Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):019(d).
xxxx The Times (London), 7 June 1904, p.3
Cyclops: sector 7(j)
Hugh Hyacinth the Mac D, prince of Coolavin Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):016(c); See also Sheet 14.003(b) and Sheet 14.088(a).
See Freeman's Journal, issue of June 13, 1904, p.6. The Times (London), 13 June 1904, p.12
Cyclops: sector 7(k)
Gordon Bennett Race Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):008(e); recopied to Sheet 16.017(bo), and Sheet 16.022(ae) for UG 16.1241.
Cyclops: sector 7(l)
Hughes & Young. Patent Agents, 50 Chancery Lane Ideas that have brought fortunes.
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):013(d).
Cyclops: sector 7(m)
Roy Hung. Lottery. LB rogue & vagabond Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):014(f).
xxxx The Times (London), 15 June 1904, p.3
Cyclops: sector 7(n)
Alaki of Abeakuta Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):018(b).
xxxx The Times (London), 8 June 1904, p.12
Cyclops: sector 7(o)
Navy Regulations Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):015(g).
xxxx The Times (London), 13 June 1904, p.5
Cyclops: sector 7(p)
Gold Stick in Waiting, lord Walkup of Walkup on Eggs, Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):018(a)
xxxx The Times (London), 8 June 1904, p.13
Cyclops: sector 7(q)
met to do honour to ruler of Africa Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):018(c).
xxxx The Times (London), 8 June 1904, p.12
Cyclops: sector 7(r)
Her bloomers (M.B.) Red
Cyclops: sector 7(s)
Bung Red
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):001(ac).
Cyclops: sector 7(t)
the same only more so. Red
Cyclops: sector 7(u)
Casement on Congo Free State Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):017(d).
xxxx The Times (London), 10 June 1904, p.6
Cyclops: sector 7(v)
horsejobber, bought horses in U.S.A. |a(Geogr.)a| for British in Boer War Red
Note: See also Sheet 12.011(bc) below.
Cyclops: sector 7(aa)
Span. ale, Span. wine, Galway Red
Cyclops: sector 7(ab)
Black Maria
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):024(i).
Cyclops: sector 7(ac)
great unwashed Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):044(e).
xxxx Heinrich Baumann, Londinismen (Slang und Cant) (?1903), 266
Cyclops: sector 7(ad)
~ Ir. 700 years captive Red
Cyclops: sector 7(ae)
Vic & prince consort
Cyclops: sector 7(af)
After you with the push Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):027(c).
xxxx J. Reading Ware, Passing English of the Victorian Era (1909), 3
Cyclops: sector 7(ag)
LB. w. eat meat on Friday (dispens. from pope) Red
Note: ‘(dispens. from pope)’ not crossed through.
Cyclops: sector 7(ah)
Cycl = lanceur des roches Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):033(g). See also Sheet 12.003(at).
Cyclops: sector 7(ai)
~ bushy eyebrows, anger burst
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):033(d).
Cyclops: sector 7(aj)
Uphander Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):044(b).
xxxx Heinrich Baumann, Londinismen (Slang und Cant) (?1903), 266
Cyclops: sector 7(ak)
imp. yeom. Red
Cyclops: sector 7(al)
Moses saved from waves
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):034(h).
Cyclops: sector 7(am)
Milesians (Argos) exp. Euxine, America
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):037(b).
Cyclops: sector 7(an)
Herodotus opens hist. with Phen. version of rape of Helen
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):038(i); copied on to Sheet 16.017(bi).
Cyclops: sector 7(ao)
~ Jenkin's ear Blue
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):038(h); copied on to Sheet 16.017(bi).
Cyclops: sector 7(ap)
~ (sordid comm war)
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):038(g).
Cyclops: sector 7(aq)
Alex to retrieve Troy
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):038(a).
Cyclops: sector 7(ar)
Baltic amber
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):041(d).
Cyclops: sector 7(as)
~ Augustus. Horace mocks
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):038(b).
Cyclops: sector 7(at)
Russian waterway
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):041(e).
Cyclops: sector 7(au)
trebizond jade
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):041(a).
Cyclops: sector 7(av)
~ volley of oaths Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):045(b).
xxxx Heinrich Baumann, Londinismen (Slang und Cant) (?1903), 269
Cyclops: sector 7(aw)
trumpery insanity Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):043(e); recopied to Sheet 14.074(ag) for UG 14.1550.
xxxx Heinrich Baumann, Londinismen (Slang und Cant) (?1903), 261

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Cyclops: sector 8(a)
Secured verdict by 1 length Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bk) for UG 16.1286.
Cyclops: sector 8(b)
Come home by weeping cross Red
Note: Copied from UN2 (VI.D.7):046(c).
xxxx Heinrich Baumann, Londinismen (Slang und Cant) (?1903), 274
Cyclops: sector 8(c)
whitehaired boy Red
Cyclops: sector 8(d)
yahoo Red
Cyclops: sector 8(e)
bludgeon Red
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):006(j).
Cyclops: sector 8(f)
Did I say to him or he to me? Red
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(cg).
Cyclops: sector 8(g)
bloodgleam in eye of bronze dog.
Cyclops: sector 8(h)
Honest injun Red
Cyclops: sector 8(i)
LB won't let bone go with that dog.
Cyclops: sector 8(j)
bear with sore paw (Lestryg) Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):009(cr) for UG 8.1160.
Cyclops: sector 8(k)
LB stare him, best way out.
Cyclops: sector 8(l)
LB ([Mooney], jaw the wife when people by) worst thing you ever did.
Cyclops: sector 8(m)
bezique Red
Note: See also Sheet 12.002(ap) above for UG 12.507.
Cyclops: sector 8(n)
business proposition Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(n) for UG 14.1587.
Cyclops: sector 8(o)
English - orate pro me! Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(o) for UG 14.366.
Cyclops: sector 8(p)
Queen v Child mistaken identity Blue
Note: ‘mistaken identity’ not crossed through.
Cyclops: sector 8(q)
LB meets people from Eccles Street Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(p) for UG 14.334f.
Cyclops: sector 8(r)
Show us entrance out Red
Cyclops: sector 8(s)
X.Y. heard these tidings undismayed Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bq) for UG 16.1011.
Cyclops: sector 8(t)
a tartan beard Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bs), and UN5 (NLI.5B):017(m) for UG 16.1676.
Cyclops: sector 8(u)
molly coddle Red
Cyclops: sector 8(v)
noble art of self-pretence Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(k) for UG 15.4413.
Cyclops: sector 8(aa)
to the manner born Red
Cyclops: sector 8(ab)
cast nasturtiums Red
Cyclops: sector 8(ac)
SD forgets to pay Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(q).
Cyclops: sector 8(ad)
shrieks of silence Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(r) for UG 14.1493.
Cyclops: sector 8(ae)
Tullamore plug
Cyclops: sector 8(af)
Lottery - insurance swindle: one chap thinks next fellow is going to lose |a(hell (R) for the other fellow)a| Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bt) for UG 16.641f.
Cyclops: sector 8(ag)
City Arms, Red
Note: The draft 11.1 link should be considered reversed. The phrase was taken from, not copied to, NLI.7A (where it is crossed in blue), as the prototext was drafted too early to make use of this notesheet.
Cyclops: sector 8(ah)
chewing the fat Red
Note: The draft 11.1 link should be considered reversed. The phrase was taken from, not copied to, NLI.7A (where it is crossed in blue), as the prototext was drafted too early to make use of this notesheet.
Cyclops: sector 8(ai)
Molly hair to her middle Red
Note: The draft 11.1 link should be considered reversed. The phrase was taken from, not copied to, NLI.7A (where it is crossed in blue), as the prototext was drafted too early to make use of this notesheet.
Cyclops: sector 8(aj)
Motley tie show no stains
Cyclops: sector 8(ak)
Chr. Science. Well. Grief secretes tears
Cyclops: sector 8(al)
Wool Sales 50 Prussia Str. Gavin Low Red
OPENING WOOL SALES.
Mr Gavin Low held his opening sale of wool for this season at 50 Prussia street, Dublin, yesterday. There was a very large attendance of both home and cross-Channel buyers, and biddings were brisk throughout. Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 3/9
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.007(g) and Sheet 14.007(f) for UG 14.572.
Cyclops: sector 8(am)
greasy hog & wether & down Red
OPENING WOOL SALES.
[… Down made from 11½ to 1s. per lb.; doggel 11d to 11¾d.; […] greasy hog and wether 9d. to 9¼d.; Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 3/9
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(s), Sheet 14.004(t) and N05/007(bb) for UG 14.569f.
Cyclops: sector 8(an)
Dwarf oaks starved
MINIATURES / IN FOREST TREES. / THE ART OF DWARFING.
The method by which this end is reached is nothing more nor less than starvation. […]
The sturdy oak, even, is undergoing the same process that makes the Japanese spruce or chabo a boudoir or dinner-table ornament. Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 2/8
Cyclops: sector 8(ao)
Nannetti asks Chief Sec polo played in 9 acres but comm. of police forbid games of the Sluagh na h-Eireann Red
OUR LONDON LETTER. / […]
Games in Phoenix Park.
Mr. Nanetti will to-day ask the Chief Secretary whether he is aware that, while the game of polo is allowed to be played in that part of Phoenix Park known as the Nine Acres, the members of the Sluagh na h-Eireann are not allowed to play Gaelic games there; and, if so, will he state under what authority the Commissioners of Police are under an obligation not to increase the enclosures or number of allotments in the Park; whether the Commissioners have authority to enforce prohibitive measures against the games played by most of the young men in Dublin, seeing that the history of the Phoenix Park clearly shows that the Park belongs to the citizens of Dublin. Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 5/9

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Cyclops: sector 9(a)
Cusack Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Used variously.
Cyclops: sector 9(b)
carcinoma of face
Cyclops: sector 9(c)
cyclostome
Cyclops: sector 9(d)
elephantiasis. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(u). See also UN5 (NLI.5B):006(bf) and Sheet 15.073(a) for UG 15.1778.
Cyclops: sector 9(e)
in his glory hole Red
Cyclops: sector 9(f)
the curse of a lopsided God light sideways on the bloody thicklugged son of whores' gets. Red
Cyclops: sector 9(g)
a deputation of the most worthy burgesses of the most obedient city waited on him. Red
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):001(dk).
Cyclops: sector 9(h)
duck egg Blue
Cyclops: sector 9(i)
whirlwind on 1∕ 5∕ 904 Blue
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):009(ap) for UG 7.304.
Cyclops: sector 9(j)
hearty plaudits Red

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Cyclops: sector 10(a)
fishful sea Red
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):001(f).
Cyclops: sector 10(b)
sown dragon's teeth
Note: See also UN3 (VIII.A.5):003(l).
Cyclops: sector 10(c)
Penelope keeps room for days Red
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):007(g). Copied to Sheet 18.007(ad).
Cyclops: sector 10(d)
marvelled at the huguenot Blue
Note: Copied from UN3 (VIII.A.5):033(d). Copied to Sheet 16.017(br).
Cyclops: sector 10(e)
grilse ~ Blue
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

Provisions. / NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […] WHOLESALE FISH […] Salmon […] grilse […] trout […] large lobsters […] medium […] crabs […] large soles […] medium […] slips […] white soles […] large plaice […] medium […] turbot […] codfish […] haddock […] hake […] whiting […] halibut […] ling […] congor eel […] mackerel […] fresh herrings […] plaice […] haddock […] whiting, large […] small Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 3/6
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(aq) for UG 12.71.
Cyclops: sector 10(f)
~ trout ~
NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […] WHOLESALE FISH […] Salmon […] grilse […] trout […] large lobsters […] Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 3/6
Cyclops: sector 10(g)
~ haddock ~
NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […] WHOLESALE FISH […] Salmon […] grilse […] trout […] haddock […] Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 3/6
Note: Cf. UN7 (V.A.2):025(aa) for UG 12.72.
Cyclops: sector 10(h)
~ halibut ~ Red
NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […] WHOLESALE FISH […] Salmon […] grilse […] trout […] haddock […] hake […] whiting […] halibut […] Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 3/6
Cyclops: sector 10(i)
~ whiting
NEW DUBLIN CORPORATION MARKETS […] WHOLESALE FISH […] Salmon […] grilse […] trout […] haddock […] hake […] whiting […] halibut […] Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 3/6
Cyclops: sector 10(j)
Nisi Prius. Judge Wright / [Act] v GNR
ACTION AGAINST G.N.R. CO.
In the Nisi Prius Court yesterday, before Mr. Justice Wright and a city common jury, the action brought by Mr. John Bermingham against the Great Northern Railway Company to recover damages for injuries sustained by him while travelling on the company's railway between Bessbrook and Dundalk on 3rd January, 1904, was resumed. Irish Independent (16 June 1904), 2/2
Note: The reference is to Justice George Wright of the Nisi Prius Court.
Cyclops: sector 10(k)
& Tony O'[M]
Cyclops: sector 10(l)
the attendance was of large dimensions Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.002(bb) above.
Cyclops: sector 10(m)
highclass vocalism Red
Cyclops: sector 10(n)
Do you know where Pappie is? Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated

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Cyclops: sector 11(a)
Jesus did not speak Hebrew Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 11(b)
120,000 settlers
Cyclops: sector 11(c)
~ Hebrew gymnasium in Jaffa. 200 [scholars] Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(aw).
Cyclops: sector 11(d)
Haifa, polytechnical
Cyclops: sector 11(e)
Ech! [yes! shield]
Cyclops: sector 11(f)
Nestor's cup?
Cyclops: sector 11(g)
~ morning
Cyclops: sector 11(h)
~ afternoon -- ill-luck
Cyclops: sector 11(i)
Spider (cf. Fabre)
Cyclops: sector 11(j)
Grace O'Malley Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bi) for UG 16.558.
Cyclops: sector 11(k)
~ Granuaile Red
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bh).
Cyclops: sector 11(l)
Daddy longlegs.
Cyclops: sector 11(m)
~ oldest insects Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 11(n)
Can fly escape?
Cyclops: sector 11(o)
Because sp. can't fly.
Cyclops: sector 11(p)
crab - cancer - get all colours [green]. yellow Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ba) for UG 16.1143.
Cyclops: sector 11(q)
ants, bugs, lice, fleas, Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 11(r)
8 legs, insects 3
Note: See also Sheet 14.007(l).
Cyclops: sector 11(s)
conquest of air. John Mitchel cable £13 (1∕- -- 2∕ 6d)
Cyclops: sector 11(t)
take notice Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.007(k). See also UN5 (NLI.5B):001(p), UN5 (NLI.5B):001(ca), and Sheet 15.069(bj) for UG 15.1642.
Cyclops: sector 11(u)
to be holden in and for the county of the city of D. Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 11(v)
licensed for the sale of beer, wine, & spirits for cons in Ireland - consumption on the premises Blue
Note: See also UN4 (NLI.5A):017(t) and UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bk).
Cyclops: sector 11(aa)
Mountjoy [street]
Cyclops: sector 11(ab)
D.M.P. (D.) (Sarah [Ul.] Isl. Bridge) / (A. In Bridge ' ....... ' Street) (C. Cat & Cage) ' / (A. In Camden Street) (B. Denzille Street) ' / (A. Earl- Charlotte- ' / (E. Harold's Cross) (Killiney 7) ' (Ringsend) Blue
Note: See also Sheet 16.017(bc) for UG 16.78, and Sheet 16.017(bd) for UG 16.51.
Cyclops: sector 11(ac)
Amulets & Zodiacal Gems (W.T. & K. Pavitt)
Cyclops: sector 11(ad)
Wm. Rider & Son, Ltd, 8 Paternoster Row London E.C.4
Cyclops: sector 11(ae)
Dwarf?
Cyclops: sector 11(af)
~ Leprechaun, Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(cc) for UG 12.1787.
Cyclops: sector 11(ag)
~ fairy
Cyclops: sector 11(ah)
Gods not gigantic
Cyclops: sector 11(ai)
Buckley & Russian general (bloody big) Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(be).
Cyclops: sector 11(aj)
Galatea - little niece
Cyclops: sector 11(ak)
buttons - shields Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bm).
Cyclops: sector 11(al)
Difficulty of painting giant
Cyclops: sector 11(am)
Timanthes, satyr with thyrsus measure his thumb Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bp). Timanthes (a contempory of Zeuxis and Parrhasius) was a Greek painter of great renown, though few of his paintings are known to us. Of these, one is a small panel on which he painted an image of a sleeping cyclops; to convey an adequate idea of the giant's size, he introduced a group of satyrs measuring its thumb with a thyrsus.
Cyclops: sector 11(an)
Dwarf - Marcella, the midget queen Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bf) for UG 16.850. Marcella was a woman of dwarfish stature, with light mezzo-soprano voice who sang in the little waxworks theatre at the top of 30 Henry Street. See John Simpson, “Marcella, the Midget Queen” James Joyce Online Notes, September 2011.
Cyclops: sector 11(ao)
cows in Connacht have long horns Red
Cyclops: sector 11(ap)
Gulliver, Café Gulliver
Cyclops: sector 11(aq)
thalassocrat Not cancelled
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bj) for UG 16.628f.
Cyclops: sector 11(ar)
lie between Helen's thigh. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(v).
Cyclops: sector 11(as)
silvermines of Euxine Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(aa).
Cyclops: sector 11(at)
When icesheet retreated Scot & Scandinavia same race
Cyclops: sector 11(au)
Irish sea highway from Mittelmeer to Orkneys
Cyclops: sector 11(av)
Chambered cairn at Maeshowe Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Maeshowe, or Maes Howe, is in the Orkneys.
Cyclops: sector 11(ba)
~ in = tomb at Mycene
Cyclops: sector 11(bb)
treasurechamber of Atreus. Ireland taught them to make tombs (Corny Kelleher) -- long narrow heads, on east side roundheads (cyclops)
Cyclops: sector 11(bc)
During Crimean bought horses for Br. army. Red
Note: See Sheet 12.007(v) above for UG 12.999.
Cyclops: sector 11(bd)
Names (Pseudonyms, Shean Vean Vocht,
Cyclops: sector 11(be)
~ L.B. loss of maiden name Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 11(bf)
~ Kiernan's other proprietor)
Cyclops: sector 11(bg)
Exaggeration (Rhet. SD, lies, Molly's romancing)
Cyclops: sector 11(bh)
non-jealous (jews, [brothels])
Cyclops: sector 11(bi)
SD perhaps it is because “I” change that I am I. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):016(ab).
Cyclops: sector 11(bj)
LB bobs against man (2 types smile & scowl) Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 13.017(bb) for UG 13.1076.
Cyclops: sector 11(bk)
puissant chieftain Red
Cyclops: sector 11(bl)
couch spear. Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(cd) for UG 12.200.
Cyclops: sector 11(bm)
apple & pear leaves
Cyclops: sector 11(bn)
patriot of solar system Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(ah); see also Sheet 14.085(n).
Cyclops: sector 11(bo)
LB sees girl is that she?
Cyclops: sector 11(bp)
skimander
Note: See also UN5 (NLI.5B):015(cb).
Cyclops: sector 11(bq)
Castiglioni cardsharping Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 11(br)
commend me to a jew Red
Cyclops: sector 11(bs)
to have or not to have Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(j) for UG 15.3522.
Cyclops: sector 11(bt)
Inisfail the fair Red
Note: The first verse of James Clarence Mangan's Prince Alfrid's Itinerary through Ireland goes:
I FOUND in Innisfail the fair,
In Ireland, while in exile there,
Women of worth, both grave and gay men,
Many clerics and many laymen.
See also index in UN5 (NLI.5B):001(b) et seq.
Cyclops: sector 11(bu)
yank to glory Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(ai) for UG 14.1584f. See also Sheet 14.071(e). Most likely from the correct source of the Billy Sunday piece (see Sheet 12.011(bw) below).
Cyclops: sector 11(bv)
wine-fizzling, ginsizzling booseguzzling existence Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(aj) for UG 14.1581. Most likely from the correct source of the Billy Sunday piece (see Sheet 12.011(bw) below).
Cyclops: sector 11(bw)
Come on, you bullnecked, beetlebrowed, hogjowled, peanutbrained weaseleyed fourflushers, false alarms & excess baggage Red
He entered the tabernacle at great speed, leaped at a bound to the top of the table on the stage, smacked his hands together with a report like a rifle shot and raised his voice to a shriek, crying, “Come on, you forces of evil in Philadelphia, that have made the Church a doormat to wipe your dirty feet upon, come on, you triple extract of infamy, come on, you assassins of character, come on, you defamers of God and enemies of His Church; come on, you bull-necked, beetle-browed, hog-jowled, peanut-brained, weasel-eyed, four flushers of false alarms and excess baggage! The Evening Herald, Billy Sunday (1915), 2
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(ak) for UG 14.1581f.
Cyclops: sector 11(ca)
sir James Daugherty, Castle [funds] (Orange party Ulster)
Cyclops: sector 11(cb)
Parnell, Jim Macdermot, (Davitt ['02])
Cyclops: sector 11(cc)
Fenian tells secret - shouts Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(ce) for UG 12.1765.
Cyclops: sector 11(cd)
Gestures of Fenian cause tornado. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 11(ce)
Zionism retrograde
Cyclops: sector 11(cf)
¾ globe is sea Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(bg) for UG 16.626ff.
Cyclops: sector 11(cg)
Derby Rocksand (1904?)
Cyclops: sector 11(ch)
~ Danny Maher
Cyclops: sector 11(ci)
Cicero (Rosebery) 1905
Cyclops: sector 11(cj)
Maynooth [anglicism]
Cyclops: sector 11(ck)
~ (Maria P[?] of T[?])
Cyclops: sector 11(cl)
Irish, diversified vocabulary
Cyclops: sector 11(cm)
Douglas Hyde Canon O'Leary
Cyclops: sector 11(cn)
Rothschild - got wind of Waterloo from Dutch [navy]
Cyclops: sector 11(co)
baron Lionel 18 gov. loans. funded the U.S. debt, finances of Austria
Cyclops: sector 11(cp)
French railways, paid French war indem (1807)
Cyclops: sector 11(cq)
lent 4m. to G.B. to buy Suez Canal shares

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Cyclops: sector 12(a)
burly barboy Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):015(o). Copied to Sheet 14.007(j).
Cyclops: sector 12(b)
deepen beds of Barrow & Shannon ½ m. acres marsh Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):016(s).
Cyclops: sector 12(c)
K. wool, textiles & potteries Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):016(u).
Cyclops: sector 12(d)
Talismans Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.024(q) for UG 15.1313 and 15.2794; see also Sheet 16.017(bb).
Cyclops: sector 12(e)
Danish butter in Limerick
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):016(v).
Cyclops: sector 12(f)
refresher
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(aa).

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Cyclops: sector 13(a)
Paddy Kelly's Budget Blue
Note: Copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):007(an) for UG 7.734; see also UN5 (NLI.5B):009(aq) and UN4 (NLI.5A):052(e).
Cyclops: sector 13(b)
Conifer family Red
Cyclops: sector 13(c)
mountains & molehills Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bb). See also UN4 (NLI.5A):039(bn).
Cyclops: sector 13(d)
red Jim MacDermot Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bc) for UG 12.179.

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Cyclops: sector 14(a)
Wooden horse (Hungary): Red
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 14(b)
~ Peter the packer Red
Cyclops: sector 14(c)
taxation swindle, Red
Cyclops: sector 14(d)
~ Irish consuls, Red
Cyclops: sector 14(e)
Irish Amer capitalists, Germ - Irish boycott (USA) Red
Cyclops: sector 14(f)
Germans studied, Semitic question in I pub. [A.O.H.]) Red
Note: Only first two words crossed.
Cyclops: sector 14(g)
Skin the Goat Blue
Note: See See UG 16.323 and passim, also UN4 (NLI.5A):020(eu), UN4 (NLI.5A):053(l), UN5 (NLI.5B):017(ae), and Sheet 16.017(al).
Cyclops: sector 14(h)
Molly Maguires Red
Cyclops: sector 14(i)
Noman: ~
Cyclops: sector 14(j)
~ unnameless ~ Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 14(k)
~ & |arestless unrestlessa| in Israel, attempters of many enterprises
Cyclops: sector 14(l)
John Eglinton, tried criminal assault, 2 years 2 sec Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(am).
Cyclops: sector 14(m)
The jew hates the jew in the jew. Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Cyclops: sector 14(n)
Topical History: Places remember events Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(ac).
Cyclops: sector 14(o)
undismayed
Cyclops: sector 14(p)
a mensa et a thoro (thalamo). Red
Note: Copied from Sheet 12.006(bl). UG 9.716 entered too early to come from this notesheet.
Cyclops: sector 14(q)
Volenti non fit iniuria
Note: An old defence in law, volenti non fit injuria: an injury cannot be done unto a willing person.
Cyclops: sector 14(r)
thrall, thraldom
Cyclops: sector 14(s)
Spider pitches her web Blue
Cyclops: sector 14(t)
benefit of clergy
Cyclops: sector 14(u)
over all his troubles Red
Cyclops: sector 14(v)
sick and indignant roomkeepers Red
Note: See also JN1 (NLI.2A):039(h). The Sick and Indigent Roomkeepers Society had their offices at 2 Palace Street, close to Dublin Castle.
Cyclops: sector 14(aa)
Go yr. ways
Cyclops: sector 14(ab)
paraphernalia Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bd) for UG 12.1512.
Cyclops: sector 14(ac)
coverture of wife Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(be). At Common Law during “coverture” (i.e. the state of being married) the wife's legal individuality was regarded as merged in that of her husband
Cyclops: sector 14(ad)
Recorder: bamboozle up to 2 eyes, heart as big as lion / jewman or landlord safe if not in dock, weep on bench, / Ned Lambert no respect [mercy]. Understands a poor bugger who had arrears of rent or stuck a jewman. Most natural thing in world Red
Note: The expression "Most natural thing in the world." was already present in "Hades" before Joyce coined this note.
Cyclops: sector 14(ae)
Market: Red
Cyclops: sector 14(af)
~ sales master, Blue
Cyclops: sector 14(ag)
~ roaring mares, Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bf) for UG 12.104.
Cyclops: sector 14(ah)
~ sheep dip / scab, Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):015(bg) for UG 12.833.
Cyclops: sector 14(ai)
~ timber tongue, Red
Cyclops: sector 14(aj)
~ springer, cutter,
Cyclops: sector 14(ak)
grazier. Red
Cyclops: sector 14(al)
Freedom of money, Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(an).
Cyclops: sector 14(am)
~ of credit (mutualism), markets, land (mint)
Cyclops: sector 14(an)
~ implead / interest
Note: See also UN1 (NLI.3):032(an)
Cyclops: sector 14(ao)
Irish Land League Red
Cyclops: sector 14(ap)
State: monster fed with our blood, must be starved. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ao).
Cyclops: sector 14(aq)
sceptics of Govt doubt here too!
Cyclops: sector 14(ar)
Heaven: when quite sure of none men will make it on earth Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ar) for UG 16.1129f.
Cyclops: sector 14(as)
R.C. money on false pretences Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(aq) for UG 16.1131.
Cyclops: sector 14(at)
Election: 20 fools to elect 1 genius. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(ap).
Cyclops: sector 14(au)
Govt: why add govt to moral & material forces existing.
Cyclops: sector 14(av)
police provoke crimes or disappear, armies war.
Cyclops: sector 14(ba)
Ulysses Maximilian Browne of Camus, & Mountany ~ Red
… count of the holy Roman Empire, baron de Camus and Montany, and field-marshal in the imperialist armies, was son of Ulysses, baron Brown, an Irish colonel of cavalry in the Austrian army ennobled for his military service by the emperor Charles V, and was born at Basle on 23 October 1705. Dictionary of National Biography (1886), BROWN or BROWNE, ULYSSES MAXIMILIAN von (1705-1757)
Cyclops: sector 14(bb)
s. U. bar. Browne, b. 1705, ~
… was son of Ulysses, baron Brown, an Irish colonel of cavalry in the Austrian army ennobled for his military service by the emperor Charles V, and was born at Basle on 23 October 1705. Dictionary of National Biography (1886), BROWN or BROWNE, ULYSSES MAXIMILIAN von (1705-1757)
Cyclops: sector 14(bc)
~ f. marshal, M. Teresa ~ Red
He entered the imperial service at an early age and distinguished himself on several occasions. At the age of twenty-one he married the young Countess Marie Philippine von Martinez, daughter of George Adam Martinez, who for a short time was imperial vicegerent in the kingdom of Naples. Brown's influential connections, as well as his personal merit, secured his rapid advancement. At twenty-nine he commanded an Austrian infantry regiment in Italy, and a few years later, on the accession of the empress Maria Theresa, he was advanced to the rank of field-marshal lieutenant and appointed to command in Silesia. Dictionary of National Biography (1886), BROWN or BROWNE, ULYSSES MAXIMILIAN von (1705-1757)
Cyclops: sector 14(bd)
~ comm. Austria batt. Piacenza, carries Aust army into France, comm. Lobositz (7 years' war). / Killed leading bayonet charge at Prague v Prussians 1757 u. prince Chas Lorraine
In the campaigns in Italy in 1743-8 he greatly distinguished himself, particularly at the battle of Piacenza, where he commanded the Austrian left, and mainly contributed to the success of the day. When the Austrians moved southward the city of Genoa opened its gates to him, and he subsequently commanded the imperialist troops that crossed the Var and entered France, establishing their outposts a few miles from Toulon. His withdrawal from Genoa was considered a masterly operation. After the convention of Pizza in 1749 he returned to Vienna, and held command in Transylvania and Bohemia. He became a field-marshal in 1753. At the outbreak of the seven years' war he was in Silesia, and commanded the Austrians at the battle of Lobositz. Believing a dual command, as proposed by Maria Theresa, to be prejudicial to public interests, Brown offered to serve under the orders of Prince Charles of Lorraine, the empress's favourite, in Bohemia, and there, while heading a bayonet-charge of grenadiers on the Prussian line before the walls of Prague, on 6 May 1757, was struck by a cannon-shot, which shattered one of his legs. He was carried from the field, and died of the wound at Prague, on 26 June following, leaving behind him the reputation of a consummate general and an able and successful negotiator. His biography was published in German and in French in 1757. Dictionary of National Biography (1886), BROWN or BROWNE, ULYSSES MAXIMILIAN von (1705-1757)
Cyclops: sector 14(be)
οδόν (Zeus) man of wrath or godless?
Cyclops: sector 14(bf)
Grandfather Autolycus
Cyclops: sector 14(bg)
eye as good as a process: Red
Cyclops: sector 14(bh)
I'm saying Red
Cyclops: sector 14(bi)
H.M. as fireman, a DMP Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 15.018(i) for UG 15.4455. See also UN4 (NLI.5A):003(cu) for UG 5.74f, and Sheet 15.018(ct) for UG 15.4458f.
Cyclops: sector 14(bj)
crowbar
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(bq)
Cyclops: sector 14(bk)
boosiness is boosiness Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(af).
Cyclops: sector 14(bl)
batter. ram Red
Cyclops: sector 14(bm)
Hanging (erection?) Red
Cyclops: sector 14(bn)
Bantam Lyons buys flowers for girl: Blue
Cyclops: sector 14(bo)
drunk fall about
Cyclops: sector 14(bp)
puny (puisne)
Cyclops: sector 14(bq)
belabour Red
Cyclops: sector 14(br)
LB in knacker's yard Red
Cyclops: sector 14(bs)
Congering in church Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.004(ag).
Cyclops: sector 14(bt)
(Mercadante) Blue
Cyclops: sector 14(bu)
purling ale Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.007(i) for UG 14.580f. Purl is ale infused with wormwood.
Cyclops: sector 14(bv)
scrivened (Penelope)
Cyclops: sector 14(ca)
give credit bad ∵ they stay away Red
Cyclops: sector 14(cb)
shoelaces loose ([Cycl])
Cyclops: sector 14(cc)
cycle (tour?)
Cyclops: sector 14(cd)
Pox: great p. 15th century
Cyclops: sector 14(ce)
1888 = 50% of all diseases in B. army due to it Red
Cyclops: sector 14(cf)
Israel ‘sons of the law’ Red
Note: Copied to Sheet 17.037(m) for UG 17.720.
Cyclops: sector 14(cg)
~ no law, a tongue, Israel's god.
Cyclops: sector 14(ch)
Cattle exp. £15m. 6m. pork, 5 1/5 m. butter, 5m. eggs. Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(at) for UG 16.991ff.
Cyclops: sector 14(ci)
fruit?
Cyclops: sector 14(cj)
History: for schoolboys = algebra, hokuspokus: Lombroso evidence Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(as) for UG 16.1109f.
Cyclops: sector 14(ck)
what is truth? truth, whole truth, nothing but truth s'elp me Jimmy Johnson Red
Cyclops: sector 14(cl)
LB thinks what he says about me?
Cyclops: sector 14(cm)
Chosen people, God on our side
Cyclops: sector 14(cn)
doubting Thomas, post sausagemeat present.
Cyclops: sector 14(co)
learn - unlearn, built - destroy, Penelope,
Cyclops: sector 14(cp)
Introit in Epiphania Domini, lectio Isaiae. Red
Cyclops: sector 14(cq)
Surge, illuminare, multitudo maris: Red
Cyclops: sector 14(cr)
inundatio camelorum / operiet te, Dromedarii Madian et Epha.
Cyclops: sector 14(cs)
[Gradual] ~ Not cancelled
Cyclops: sector 14(ct)
~ Omnes de Saba venient: aurum et thus deferntes Red
Cyclops: sector 14(cu)
spoiling for a fight Red
Cyclops: sector 14(cv)
martyrs long for it (Some girl in window look with pity) Red
Cyclops: sector 14(da)
Lousy jews fox & fleas, last flea LB
Cyclops: sector 14(db)
New York is new Jerusalem - new Dublin Blue
Note: Copied to Sheet 16.017(au), then to UN5 (NLI.5B):017(i).

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Cyclops: sector 15(a)
bloodthirsty entities on astral Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):014(i).
Cyclops: sector 15(b)
then didst thou, Eumaeus Red
Cyclops: sector 15(c)
Some laugh out, some snigger
Cyclops: sector 15(d)
LB angry when [man] does not [hunt] Molly
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):003(g).
Cyclops: sector 15(e)
menstruates (1 day per mensa) Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):003(j).
Cyclops: sector 15(f)
bought Neaves Food for son Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):003(l).
Cyclops: sector 15(g)
right hand up (solve) / left — down (coagula)
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):013(d).
Cyclops: sector 15(h)
on eastern angle where the ram has rule. M & J out for mischief Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):013(bd).
Cyclops: sector 15(i)
gent. of the jury Blue
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(am), copied to UN4 (NLI.5A):023(br) for UG 15.775.
Cyclops: sector 15(j)
risk life to save life Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(ao); recopied to Sheet 14.004(ae) for UG 14.253.
Cyclops: sector 15(k)
Golem, 33 years / let loose electic of race
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):017(g).
Cyclops: sector 15(l)
Torquemada banished Jews, England let 'em in. Blue
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):017(i), then on to Sheet 16.017(av) for UG 16.1119f.
Cyclops: sector 15(m)
Jews with badges Blue
  • Ulysses unlocated
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):017(k).
Cyclops: sector 15(n)
in conseq. of information recd. Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(bo).
Cyclops: sector 15(o)
I.N.F. (Grand High Chief Ranger) Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(du); see also Sheet 12.002(cg).
Cyclops: sector 15(p)
hope he won't keep us all night Blue
Note: Copied to UN5 (NLI.5B):008(v) for UG 5.399.
Cyclops: sector 15(q)
bound to peace
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(bp).
Cyclops: sector 15(r)
conspuez les anglais Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(da).
Cyclops: sector 15(s)
crim. diversion of a letter Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(do).
Cyclops: sector 15(t)
man age of arteries Green
Note: Copied to Sheet 14.020(ao).
Cyclops: sector 15(u)
come where the booze is cheaper Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(dt).
Cyclops: sector 15(v)
kaffir Red
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(et); see also Sheet 12.002(ac) for use in protoCyclops, and UN6 (NLI.4):011(b) for UG 12.1552.
Cyclops: sector 15(aa)
fuit Ilium
Note: Copied from UN1 (NLI.3):032(fa). See also UN4 (NLI.5A):007(ck) for UG 7.910.
Cyclops: sector 15(ab)
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