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of our, alas, those times are not so far off as you might wish to1
be congealed. So now, I'll ask of you, let ye create no scenes in2
my poor primmafore's wake. I don't want yous to be billow-3
fighting your biddy moriarty duels, gobble gabble, over me till4
you spit stout, you understand, after soused mackerel, sniffling5
clambake to hering and impudent barney, braggart of blarney,6
nor you ugly lemoncholic gobs o'er the hobs in a sewing circle,7
stopping oddments in maids' costumes at sweeping reductions,8
wearing out your ohs by sitting around your ahs, making areek-9
eransy round where I last put it, with the painters in too,10
curse luck, with your rags up, exciting your mucuses, turning11
breakfarts into lost soupirs and salon thay nor you flabbies on12
your groaning chairs over Bollivar's troubles of a bluemoondag,13
steamin your damp ossicles, praying Holy Prohibition and Jaun14
Dyspeptist while Ole Clo goes through the wood with Shep15
togather, touting in the chesnut burrs for Goodboy Sommers16
and Mistral Blownowse hugs his kindlings when voiceyversy17
it's my gala bene fit, robbing leaves out of my taletold book.18
May my tunc fester if ever I see such a miry lot of maggalenes!19
Once upon a drunk and a fairly good drunk it was and the rest20
of your blatherumskite! Just a plain shays by the fire for absent-21
er Sh the Po and I'll make ye all as eastern hummingsphere of22
myself the moment that you name the way. Look in the slag23
scuttle and you'll see me sailspread over the singing, and what24
do ye want trippings for when you've Paris inspire your hat?25
Sussumcordials all round, let ye alloyiss and ominies, while I26
stray and let ye not be getting grief out of it, though blighted27
troth be all bereft, on my poor headsake, even should we forfeit28
our life. Lo, improving ages wait ye! In the orchard of the bones.29
Some time very presently now when yon clouds are dissipated30
after their forty years shower, the odds are, we shall all be hooked31
and happy, communionistically, among the fieldnights eliceam,32
élite of the elect, in the land of lost of time. Johannisburg's a re-33
velation! Deck the diamants that never die! So cut out the lone-34
some stuff! Drink it up, ladies, please, as smart as you can lower35
it! Out with lent! Clap hands postilium! Fastintide is by. Your36