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or a parrotsprate's cure for ensevelised lethurgies, spick's my1
spoon and the veriblest spoon, 'twas her hour for the chamber's2
ensallycopodium with love to melost Panny Kostello from3
X.Y. Zid for to folly billybobbis gibits porzy punzy and she was4
a wanton for De Marera to take her genial glow to bed.5
          This is time for my tubble, reflected Mr 'Gladstone 6
Browne' in the toll hut (it was choractoristic from that 'man of7
Delgany'). Dip.8
          This is me vulcanite smoking, profused Mr 'Bonaparte 9
Nolan' under the natecup (one feels how one may hereby reekig-10
nites the 'ground old mahonagyan'). Dip.11
          And this is defender of defeater of defaulter of deformer 12
of the funst man in Danelagh, willingtoned in with this glance13
dowon his browen and that born appalled noodlum the panellite14
pair's cummal delimitator, odding: Oliver White, he's as tiff as15
she's tight. And thisens his speak quite hoarse. Dip.16
    In reverence to her midgetsy the lady of the comeallyous as 17
madgestoo our own one's goff stature. Prosim, prosit, to the18
krk n yr nck!19
    O rum it is the chomicalest thing how it pickles up the punchey 20
and the jude. If you'll gimmy your thing to me I will gamey a sing21
to thee. Stay where you're dummy! To get her to go ther. He22
banged the scoop and she bagged the sugar while the whole23
pub's pobbel done a stare. On the mizzatint wall. With its chromo24
for all, crimm crimms. Showing holdmenag's asses sat by Allme-25
neck's men, canins to ride with em, canins that lept at em, woollied26
and flundered.27
    So the katey's came and the katey's game. As so gangs sludge- 28
nose. And that henchwench what hopped it dunneth there duft29
the. Duras.30
    Yes, we've conned thon print in its gloss so gay how it came 32
from Finndlader's Yule to the day and it's Hey Tallaght Hoe on33
the king's highway with his hounds on the home at a turning.34
To Donnicoombe Fairing. Millikin's Pass. When visiting at35
Izd-la-Chapelle taste the lipe ofthe waters from Carlowman's Cup.36