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smukklers he would behave in juteyfrieze being forelooper to her)1
praties peel to our goodsend Brandonius, filius of a Cara, spouse2
to Fynlogue, he has the nicesth pert of a nittlewoman in the3
house, la chito, la chato, la Charmadouiro, Tina-bat-Talur, cif for4
your fob and a tesura astore for you, eslucylamp aswhen the surge5
seas sombren, that he daughts upon of anny livving plusquebelle,6
to child and foster, that's the lippeyear's wonder of Totty go,7
Newschool, two titty too at win winnie won, tramity trimming and8
funnity fare, with a grit as hard as the trent of the thimes but a9
touch as saft as the dee in flooing and never a Hyderow Jenny the10
like of her lightness at look and you leap, rheadoromanscing long11
evmans invairn, about little Anny Roners and all the Lavinias of12
ester yours and pleding for them to herself in the periglus glatsch13
hangs over her trickle bed, it's a piz of fortune if it never falls from14
the stuffel, and, when that mallaura's over till next time and all the15
prim rossies are out dressparading and the tubas tout tout for the16
glowru of their god, making every Dinny dingle after her down17
the Dargul dale and (wait awhile, blusterbuss, you're marchadant18
too forte and don't start furlan your ladins till you' ve learned the19
lie of her landuage!), when it's summwer calding and she can hear20
the pianutunar beyant the bayondes in Combria sleepytalking to21
the Wiltsh muntons, titting out through her droemer window22
for the flyend of a touchman over the wishtas of English Strand,23
when Kilbarrack bell pings saksalaisance that Concessas with24
Sinbads may (pong!), where our dollimonde sees the phantom25
shape of Mr Fortunatus Wright since winksome Miss Bulkeley26
made loe to her wrecker and he took her to be a rover, O, and27
playing house of ivary dower of gould and gift you soil me28
peepat my prize, which its a blue loogoont for her in a bleakeyed29
seusan if she can't work her mireiclles and give Norgeyborgey30
good airish timers, while her fresh racy turf is kindly kindling up31
the lovver with the flu, with a roaryboaryellas would set an Ei-32
weddyng on fire, let aloon an old Humpopolamos with the boomar-33
poorter on his brain, aiden bay scye and dye, aasbukividdy,34
twentynine to her dozen and coocoo him didulceydovely to his35
old cawcaws huggin and munin for his strict privatear which36