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came along merendally his stockpot dinner of a half a pound or1
round steak, very rare, Blong's best from Portarlington's Butchery,2
with a side of riceypeasy and Corkshire alla mellonge and bacon3
with (a little mar pliche!) a pair of chops and thrown in from the4
silver grid by the proprietoress of the roastery who lives on the5
hill and gaulusch gravy and pumpernickel to wolp up and a6
gorger's bulby onion (Margareter, Margaretar Margarastican-7
deatar) and as well with second course and then finally, after8
his avalunch oclock snack at Appelredt's or Kitzy Braten's of9
saddlebag steak and a Botherhim with her old phoenix portar,10
jistr to gwen his gwistel and praties sweet and Irish too and mock11
gurgle to whistle his way through for the swallying, swp by swp,12
and he getting his tongue arount it and Boland's broth broken13
into the bargain, to his regret his soupay avic nightcap, vitellusit,14
a carusal consistent with second course eyer and becon (the rich15
of) with broad beans, hig, steak, hag, pepper the diamond bone16
hotted up timmtomm and while'twas after that he scoffed a drake-17
ling snuggily stuffed following cold loin of veal more cabbage and18
in their green free state a clister of peas, soppositorily petty, last.19
P.S. but a fingerhot of rheingenever to give the Pax cum Spiri-20
tututu. Drily thankful. Burud and dulse and typureely jam, all21
free of charge, aman, and. And the best of wine avec. For his22
heart was as big as himself, so it was, ay, and bigger! While the23
loaves are aflowering and the nachtingale jugs. All St Jilian's of24
Berry, hurrah there for tobies! Mabhrodaphne, brown pride of our25
custard house quay, amiable with repastful, cheerus graciously,26
cheer us! Ever of thee, Anne Lynch, he's deeply draiming!27
Houseanna! Tea is the Highest! For auld lang Ayternitay! Thus28
thicker will he grow now, grew new. And better and better on29
butterand butter. At the sign of Mesthress Vanhungrig. However!30
Mind you, nuckling down to nourritures, were they menuly some31
ham and jaffas, and I don't mean to make the ingestion for the32
moment that he was guilbey of gulpable gluttony as regards chew-33
able boltaballs, but, biestings be biestings, and upon the whole,34
when not off his oats, given prelove appetite and postlove pricing35
good coup, goodcheap, were it thermidor oogst or floreal may36