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ford to their healing and 1 byleave in the old weights downupon 1
the Swanny, innovated by him, the prence di Propagandi, the 2
chrism for the christmass, the pillar of the perished and the rock 3
o'ralereality, and it is veritably belied, we belove, that not allsods 4
of esoupcans that's in the queen's pottage post and not allfinesof 5
greendgold that the Indus contains would overhinduce them, 6
(o.p.) to steeplechange back once from their ophis workship and 7
twice on sundises, to their ancient flash and crash habits of old 8
Pales time ere beam slewed cable 2 or Derzherr, live wire, fired 9
Benjermine Funkling outa th'Empyre, sin righthand son; which, 10
cummal, having listed curefully to the interlooking and the under- 11
lacking of her twentynine shifts or his continental's curses, pum- 12
mel, apostrophised Byrne's and Flamming's and Furniss's and 13
Bill Hayses's and Ellishly Haught's, hoc, they (t.a.W.), sick 14
or whole, stiff or sober, let drop as a doombody drops, with- 15
out another ostrovgods word eitherways, in their own lineal 16
descendance, as priesto as puddywhack, 3 coal on: 4 and, as we 17
gang along to gigglehouse, talking of molniacs' manias and 18
missions for mades to scotch the schlang and leathercoats for 19
murty magdies, of course this has blameall in that medeoturanian 20
world to say to blessed by Pointer the Grace's his privates judge- 21
ments 5 whenso to put it, disparito, duspurudo, desterrado, des- 22
pertieu, or, saving his presents for his own onefriend Bevradge, 23
Conn the Shaughraun; but to return for a moment from the 24
reptile's age 6 to the coxswain on the first landing (page Ainee 25
Rivière!) if the pretty Lady Elisabbess, Hotel des Ruines -- she 26
laid her batsleeve for him two trueveres tell love (on the Ides of 27
Valentino's, at Idleness, Floods Area, Isolade, Liv's lonely 28
daughter, with the Comes Tichiami, of Prima Vista, Abroad, 29
suddenly), and beauty alone of all dare say when now, uncrowned, 30
      1 That is to sight, when cleared of factions, vulgure and decimating.
      2 They just spirits a body away.
      3 Patatapadatback.
      4 Dump her (the missuse).
      5 Fox him! The leggy colt!
      6 Do he not know that walleds had wars. Harring man, is neow king. This
    is modeln times.