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boxomeness of the bedelias 1 makes hobby-  1
hodge happy in his hole. 2 The store and  2
charter, Treetown Castle under Lynne. Riva-  3
pool? Hod a brieck on it! But its piers eerie,  4
its span spooky, its toll but a till, its parapets  5
all peripateting. D'Oblong's by his by. Which  6
we all pass. Tons. In our snoo. Znore. While  7
we hickerwards the thicker. Schein. Schore.  8
Which assoars us from the murk of the mythe-  9
lated in the barrabelowther, bedevere butlered 10
table round, past Morningtop's necessity and 11
Harington's invention, to the clarience of the 12
childlight in the studiorium upsturts. Here 13
we'll dwell on homiest powers, love at the 14
latch with novices nig and nag. The chorus: 15
the principals. For the rifocillation of their 16
inclination to the manifestation of irritation: 17
doldorboys and doll.3 After sound, light and 18
heat, memory, will and understanding. 19
Bet you fippence, Here (the memories framed from walls are PREAUSTERIC       20
anythesious, minding) till wranglers for wringwrowdy MAN AND HIS 21
there's no no pug- wready are, F (F-reversed), (at gaze, respecting, four- PURSUIT OF 22
gatory, are yous teenth baronet, meet, altrettanth bancorot, PAN- 23
game? chaff) and ere commence commencement cata- HYSTERIC 24
launic when Aetius check chokewill Attil's WOMAN. 25
gambit, (that buxon bruzeup, give it a burl!) 26
lead us seek, O june of eves the jenniest, 27
thou who fleeest flicklesome the fond fervid 28
frondeur to thickly thyself attach with thine 29
efteased ensuer, 4 ondrawer of our uncon- 30
scionable, flickerflapper fore our unter- 31
                    1 I believe in Dublin and the Sultan of Turkey.
                    2 I have heard this word used by Martin Halpin, an old gardener from the
    Glens of Antrim who used to do odd jobs for my godfather, the Rev. B.B.
    Brophy of Swords.
                    3 Ravens may rive so can dove deelish.
                    4 A question of pull.