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been laid up with Castor's oil on the Parrish's syrup (the night1
we will remember) for to share our hard suite of affections with2
    I rise, O fair assemblage! Andcommincio. Now then, after 4
this introit of exordium, my galaxy girls, quiproquo of directions5
to henservants I was asking his advice on the strict T.T. from6
Father Mike, P.P., my orational dominican and confessor doctor,7
C.C.D.D. (buy the birds, he was saying as he yerked me under8
the ribs sermon in an offrand way and confidence petween peas9
like ourselves in soandso many nuncupiscent words about how he10
had been confarreating teat-a-teat with two viragos intactas about11
what an awful life he led, poorish priced, uttering mass for a12
coppall of geldings and what a lawful day it was, there and then,13
for a consommation with an effusion and how, by all the manny14
larries ate pignatties, how, hell in tunnels, he'd marry me any15
old buckling time as flying quick as he'd look at me) and I am16
giving youth now again in words of style byaway of offertory17
hisand mikeadvice, an it place the person, as ere he retook him18
to his cure, those verbs he said to me. From above. The most19
eminent bishop titular of Dubloonik to all his purtybusses in20
Dellabelliney. Comeallyedimseldamsels, siddle down and lissle21
all! Follow me close! Keep me in view! Understeady me saries!22
Which is to all practising massoeurses from a preaching freer and23
be a gentleman without a duster before a parlourmade with-24
out a spitch. Now. During our brief apsence from this furtive25
feugtig season adhere to as many as probable of the ten com-26
mandments. touching purgations and indulgences and in the long27
run they will prove for your better guidance along your path of28
right of way. Where the lisieuse are we and what's the first sing29
to be sung? Is it rubrics, mandarimus, pasqualines, or verdidads30
is in it, or the bruiselivid indecores of estreme voyoulence and,31
for the lover of lithurgy, bekant or besant, where's the fate's to32
be wished for? Several sindays after whatsintime. I'll sack that sick33
server the minute I bless him. That's the mokst I can do for his34
grapce. Economy of movement, axe why said. I've a hopesome's35
choice if I chouse of all the sinkts in the colander. From the com-36