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tered, for a dillon a dollar,1 chanching letters for them vice o'verse 1
to bronze mottes and blending tschemes for em in tropadores and 2
doublecressing twofold thruths and devising tingling tailwords 3
too whilest, cunctant that another would finish his sentence for 4
him, he druider would smilabit eggways2 ned, he, to don't say 5
nothing, would, so prim, and pick upon his ten ordinailed ungles, 6
trying to undo with his teeth the knots made by his tongue, 7
retelling humself by the math hour, long as he's brood reel of 8
funnish ficts apout the shee, how faust of all and on segund 9
thoughts and the thirds the charmhim girlalove and fourther-10
more and filthily with bag from Oxatown and baroccidents and11
proper accidence and hoptohill and hexenshoes, in fine the whole12
damning letter; and, in point of feet, when he landed in ourland's13
leinster3 of saved and solomnones for the twicedhecame time, off14
Lipton's strongbowed launch, the Lady Eva, in a tan soute of15
sails4 he converted it's nataves, name saints, young ordnands,16
maderaheads and old unguished P.T. Publikums, through the17
medium of znigznaks with sotiric zeal, to put off the barcelonas518
from their peccaminous corpulums (Gratings, Mr Dane!) and19
kiss on their bottes (Master!) as often as they came within blood-20
shot of that other familiar temple and showed em the celestine21
way to by his tristar and his flop hattrick and his perry humdrum22
dumb and numb nostrums that he larned in Hymbuktu,6 and that23
same galloroman cultous is very prevailend up to this windiest of24
landhavemiseries all over what was beforeaboots a land of nods, in25
spite of all the bloot, all the braim, all the brawn, all the brile, that26
was shod, that were shat, that was shuk all the while, for our27
massangrey if mosshungry people, the at Wickerworks,7 still hold28
      1 An ounceworth of onions for a pennyawealth of sobs.
      2 Who brought us into the yellow world!
      3 Because it's run on the mountain and river system.
      4 When all them allied sloopers was ventitillated in their poppos and,
    sliding down by creek and veek, stole snaking out to sea.
      5 They were plumped and plumed and jerried and citizens and racers, and
      6 Creeping Crawleys petery parley, banished to his native Ireland from
    erring under Ryan.
      7 Had our retrospectable fearfurther gatch mutchtatches?