Part: III


Episode 17: Ithaca



1

1What ⸢1[course]courseparallel coursesparallel courses 1⸣ [course]courseparallel coursesparallel courses did Bloom and Stephen follow returning?


2
2Starting united both⸢1both1⸣ at normal walking pace from Beresford place
3they
3followed in the order named
⸢(B)
2
2Starting united both⸢1both1⸣ at normal walking pace from Beresford place
3they
3followed in the order named(B)⸣
Lower and Middle Gardiner streets and
4
4 Mountjoy square, ⸢(B)[west. Then,]west. Then, west: then, at reduced pace, west: then, at reduced pace, (B)⸣ [west. Then,]west. Then, west: then, at reduced pace, west: then, at reduced pace, each⸢1each1⸣
5 bearing left, ⧼they⧽they Gardiner's
5 place by an inadvertence as far as the farther
6 corner of Temple ⸢(B)[street. Then,]street. Then, street: then,
6at reduced pace with
7interruptions of halt,
street: then,
6at reduced pace with
7interruptions of halt,
(B)⸣
[street. Then,]street. Then, street: then,
6at reduced pace with
7interruptions of halt,
street: then,
6at reduced pace with
7interruptions of halt,
bearing right, Temple street,
7 north, as far as
8 Hardwicke place. ⸢B[They]They Approaching, disparate, at relaxed
8walking
9pace they
Approaching, disparate, at relaxed
8walking
9pace they
B⸣
[They]They Approaching, disparate, at relaxed
8walking
9pace they
Approaching, disparate, at relaxed
8walking
9pace they
crossed both⸢1both1⸣ the circus before George's church
9 diametrically,
10 the chord in any circle being less than the arc which it
10 subtends.


11
11
Of what did ⸢3[they speak]they speak the duumvirate deliberate the duumvirate deliberate 3⸣ [they speak]they speak the duumvirate deliberate the duumvirate deliberate during their
12
itinerary?


12
13Music, literature, Ireland, Dublin, Paris, friendship, woman,
14prostitution,
⸢(B)
14prostitution,(B)⸣

13 diet, the influence of gaslight or the light of arc and
15glowlamps
or the light of arc and
15glowlamps
on the
14 growth of adjoiningadjoining paraheliotropic⸢2paraheliotropic2⸣ trees, exposed
16corporation emergency
15dustbuckets,
⸢(B)exposed
16corporation emergency
15dustbuckets,(B)⸣
the Roman catholic church,
17ecclesiastical celibacy,
⸢2
17ecclesiastical celibacy,2⸣
the Irish
16nation,
⸢1the Irish
16nation,1⸣
jesuit education, careers, the
18 study of medicine, the past day, the past day, the
17maleficent influence of the
19presabbath,
⸢3the
17maleficent influence of the
19presabbath,3⸣
Stephen's ⸢1[breakdown.]breakdown.collapse.collapse. 1⸣ [breakdown.]breakdown.collapse.collapse.

⸢PLUS
11
11
Of what did ⸢3[they speak]they speak the duumvirate deliberate the duumvirate deliberate 3⸣ [they speak]they speak the duumvirate deliberate the duumvirate deliberate during their
12
itinerary?


12
13Music, literature, Ireland, Dublin, Paris, friendship, woman,
14prostitution,
⸢(B)
14prostitution,(B)⸣

13 diet, the influence of gaslight or the light of arc and
15glowlamps
or the light of arc and
15glowlamps
on the
14 growth of adjoiningadjoining paraheliotropic⸢2paraheliotropic2⸣ trees, exposed
16corporation emergency
15dustbuckets,
⸢(B)exposed
16corporation emergency
15dustbuckets,(B)⸣
the Roman catholic church,
17ecclesiastical celibacy,
⸢2
17ecclesiastical celibacy,2⸣
the Irish
16nation,
⸢1the Irish
16nation,1⸣
jesuit education, careers, the
18 study of medicine, the past day, the past day, the
17maleficent influence of the
19presabbath,
⸢3the
17maleficent influence of the
19presabbath,3⸣
Stephen's ⸢1[breakdown.]breakdown.collapse.collapse. 1⸣ [breakdown.]breakdown.collapse.collapse.

PLUS⸣

18
20
Did Bloom discover common factors of⸢(B)common factors of(B)⸣ similarity between their
21
respective
19 ⸢1[like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like 1⸣ [like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like and unlike
⸢(B)
19 ⸢1[like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like 1⸣ [like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like and unlike(B)⸣
reactions to experience?


20
22Both were sensitive to artistic impressions, musical in preference to plastic
21
23 or pictorial. Both preferred aa continental to anan insular manner of ⸢(B)[life.]life.
24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.

24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.
(B)⸣
[life.]life.
24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.

24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.
Both
25 indurated by early
23 domestic training and an inherited tenacity of heterodox⸢2heterodox2⸣
1 resistance
24 professed their disbelief in manymany ⸢2[accepted]accepted orthodox orthodox 2⸣ [accepted]accepted orthodox orthodox
2religious, national, social and
25 ethical doctrines. Both admitted the
3 alternately stimulating and obtunding
26 influence of heterosexual
4 magnetism.

⸢PLUS
18
20
Did Bloom discover common factors of⸢(B)common factors of(B)⸣ similarity between their
21
respective
19 ⸢1[like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like 1⸣ [like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like and unlike
⸢(B)
19 ⸢1[like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like 1⸣ [like]like ⧼com⧽com like ⧼com⧽com like and unlike(B)⸣
reactions to experience?


20
22Both were sensitive to artistic impressions, musical in preference to plastic
21
23 or pictorial. Both preferred aa continental to anan insular manner of ⸢(B)[life.]life.
24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.

24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.
(B)⸣
[life.]life.
24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.

24 life, a
22cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.
Both
25 indurated by early
23 domestic training and an inherited tenacity of heterodox⸢2heterodox2⸣
1 resistance
24 professed their disbelief in manymany ⸢2[accepted]accepted orthodox orthodox 2⸣ [accepted]accepted orthodox orthodox
2religious, national, social and
25 ethical doctrines. Both admitted the
3 alternately stimulating and obtunding
26 influence of heterosexual
4 magnetism.

PLUS⸣

27
5
Were their views on some points divergent?


28
6Stephen dissented openly from Bloom's views on the importance of dietary
29
7and civic selfhelp while Bloom dissented tacitly from Stephen's views on the
30
8eternal affirmation of the spirit of man in literature. Bloom assented
31
9 covertly to Stephen's rectification of the anachronism involved in assigning
32
10the date of the conversion of the Irish nation to christianity from druidism
33
11by Patrick son of Calpornus, son of Potitus, son of Odyssus, sent by pope
34
12Celestine I in the year 432 in the reign of Leary to the year ⸢2[288]288 260 260 2⸣ [288]288 260 260 or
35
13thereabouts in the reign of Cormac ⸢2[MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.), 2⸣ [MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.),
14suffocated by
36imperfect deglutition of aliment at Sletty and interred at
15Rossnaree.
⸢1Bloom assented
31
9 covertly to Stephen's rectification of the anachronism involved in assigning
32
10the date of the conversion of the Irish nation to christianity from druidism
33
11by Patrick son of Calpornus, son of Potitus, son of Odyssus, sent by pope
34
12Celestine I in the year 432 in the reign of Leary to the year ⸢2[288]288 260 260 2⸣ [288]288 260 260 or
35
13thereabouts in the reign of Cormac ⸢2[MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.), 2⸣ [MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.),
14suffocated by
36imperfect deglutition of aliment at Sletty and interred at
15Rossnaree.1⸣
The
37 collapse which Bloom ascribed to gastric inanition and
16 certain chemical
38 compounds of varying degrees of adulteration and
17 alcoholic ⸢B[strength]strength strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
B⸣
[strength]strength strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
Stephen
19 attributed to the reapparition of a matutinal
41 cloud (perceived by both at⧽at
20from

20from
at⧽at
20from

20from
two different points of observation,
42Sandycove and Dublin)
⸢C(perceived by both at⧽at
20from

20from
at⧽at
20from

20from
two different points of observation,
42Sandycove and Dublin)C⸣
at first
21 no bigger than a woman's hand.

⸢PLUS
27
5
Were their views on some points divergent?


28
6Stephen dissented openly from Bloom's views on the importance of dietary
29
7and civic selfhelp while Bloom dissented tacitly from Stephen's views on the
30
8eternal affirmation of the spirit of man in literature. Bloom assented
31
9 covertly to Stephen's rectification of the anachronism involved in assigning
32
10the date of the conversion of the Irish nation to christianity from druidism
33
11by Patrick son of Calpornus, son of Potitus, son of Odyssus, sent by pope
34
12Celestine I in the year 432 in the reign of Leary to the year ⸢2[288]288 260 260 2⸣ [288]288 260 260 or
35
13thereabouts in the reign of Cormac ⸢2[MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.), 2⸣ [MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.),
14suffocated by
36imperfect deglutition of aliment at Sletty and interred at
15Rossnaree.
⸢1Bloom assented
31
9 covertly to Stephen's rectification of the anachronism involved in assigning
32
10the date of the conversion of the Irish nation to christianity from druidism
33
11by Patrick son of Calpornus, son of Potitus, son of Odyssus, sent by pope
34
12Celestine I in the year 432 in the reign of Leary to the year ⸢2[288]288 260 260 2⸣ [288]288 260 260 or
35
13thereabouts in the reign of Cormac ⸢2[MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.), 2⸣ [MacArt,]MacArt, MacArt (†  266  A.D.), MacArt (†  266  A.D.),
14suffocated by
36imperfect deglutition of aliment at Sletty and interred at
15Rossnaree.1⸣
The
37 collapse which Bloom ascribed to gastric inanition and
16 certain chemical
38 compounds of varying degrees of adulteration and
17 alcoholic ⸢B[strength]strength strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
B⸣
[strength]strength strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
strength,
39accelerated by mental exertion and the
18velocity of rapid circular motion⧼,⧽, in a
40relaxing atmosphere,
Stephen
19 attributed to the reapparition of a matutinal
41 cloud (perceived by both at⧽at
20from

20from
at⧽at
20from

20from
two different points of observation,
42Sandycove and Dublin)
⸢C(perceived by both at⧽at
20from

20from
at⧽at
20from

20from
two different points of observation,
42Sandycove and Dublin)C⸣
at first
21 no bigger than a woman's hand.

PLUS⸣

43
22
Was there one point on which their views⸢1on which their views1⸣ were equal and negative?


44
23The influence of gaslight or electric light on the growth of adjoining
45
24paraheliotropic
⸢3
24paraheliotropic3⸣
trees.

⸢PLUS
43
22
Was there one point on which their views⸢1on which their views1⸣ were equal and negative?


44
23The influence of gaslight or electric light on the growth of adjoining
45
24paraheliotropic
⸢3
24paraheliotropic3⸣
trees.

PLUS⸣

46
25
Had Bloom discussed similar subjects during nocturnal perambulations
26
in
47 the past?


48
27In 1884 with Owen Goldberg and Cecil ⸢B[Turnbull.]Turnbull. Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.
Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.
B⸣
[Turnbull.]Turnbull. Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.
Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.

51In 1885 with Percy ⸢B[Apjohn.]Apjohn. Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
B⸣
[Apjohn.]Apjohn. Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
In 1886 frequently⧽frequently occasionally occasionally frequently⧽frequently occasionally occasionally with casual ⸢B[acquaintances.]acquaintances.
2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.

2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.
B⸣
[acquaintances.]acquaintances.
2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.

2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.
In 1888 frequentlyfrequently with major Brian
56 Tweedy and his
5 daughter Miss Marion Tweedy, together and ⸢B[separately.]separately. separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
B⸣
[separately.]separately. separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
Once in 1892 and
58
7once in 1893 with Julius (Juda) ⸢B[Mastiansky.]Mastiansky.Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.
Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.
B⸣
[Mastiansky.]Mastiansky.Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.
Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.

⸢PLUS
46
25
Had Bloom discussed similar subjects during nocturnal perambulations
26
in
47 the past?


48
27In 1884 with Owen Goldberg and Cecil ⸢B[Turnbull.]Turnbull. Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.
Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.
B⸣
[Turnbull.]Turnbull. Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.
Turnbull at night on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
on
28 public
49 thoroughfares
between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner
29and
50Leonard's corner and Synge street and Synge street and Bloomfield
30avenue.

51In 1885 with Percy ⸢B[Apjohn.]Apjohn. Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
B⸣
[Apjohn.]Apjohn. Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
Apjohn in the evenings, reclined
31against the wall
52between Gibraltar villa and Bloomfield house in Crumlin,
1barony of
53Uppercross.
In 1886 frequently⧽frequently occasionally occasionally frequently⧽frequently occasionally occasionally with casual ⸢B[acquaintances.]acquaintances.
2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.

2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.
B⸣
[acquaintances.]acquaintances.
2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.

2 acquaintances and
54 prospective purchasers
and
54 prospective purchasers
on
3doorsteps, in front parlours, in ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class ⸢2[3rd]3rdthirdthird 2⸣ [3rd]3rdthirdthird class
55railway carriages of
4suburban lines.
In 1888 frequentlyfrequently with major Brian
56 Tweedy and his
5 daughter Miss Marion Tweedy, together and ⸢B[separately.]separately. separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
B⸣
[separately.]separately. separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
separately on
57
6the lounge in Matthew Dillon's house in Roundtown.
Once in 1892 and
58
7once in 1893 with Julius (Juda) ⸢B[Mastiansky.]Mastiansky.Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.
Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.
B⸣
[Mastiansky.]Mastiansky.Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.
Mastiansky, on both
8occasions in the
59parlour of his (Bloom's)⸢1(Bloom's)1⸣ house in Lombard street, west.

PLUS⸣

60
9
What reflection concerning the irregular sequence of dates 1884, 1885,
10

611886, 1888, 1892, 1893, 1904 did Bloom make before their arrival at their
62
11
destination?


63
12He reflected that the progressive extension of the field of ⧼persona⧽persona
13 individual
64 development and experience was regressively accompanied by a
14 restriction
65 of the converse domain of interindividual relations.

⸢1
60
9
What reflection concerning the irregular sequence of dates 1884, 1885,
10

611886, 1888, 1892, 1893, 1904 did Bloom make before their arrival at their
62
11
destination?


63
12He reflected that the progressive extension of the field of ⧼persona⧽persona
13 individual
64 development and experience was regressively accompanied by a
14 restriction
65 of the converse domain of interindividual relations.

1⸣

66
15
As in what ways?


67
16From inexistence to existence he came to many and was as one received:
68
17 existence with existence he was with any as any with any: from existence to
69
18 nonexistence gone he would be by all as none perceived.

⸢1
66
15
As in what ways?


67
16From inexistence to existence he came to many and was as one received:
68
17 existence with existence he was with any as any with any: from existence to
69
18 nonexistence gone he would be by all as none perceived.

1⸣

70
19
What ⸢3[action]action act act 3⸣ [action]action act act did Bloom make on their arrival at their destination?


71
20At the housesteps of the ⧼f⧽f 4th of the equidifferent uneven numbers,⸢Bthe ⧼f⧽f 4th of the equidifferent uneven numbers,B⸣
21 ⸢1[ number ] number nono 1⸣ [ number ] number nono 7
72 Eccles ⸢B[street]street street, street, B⸣ [street]street street, street, he ⸢3[put]put inserted inserted 3⸣ [put]put inserted inserted his hand
22 mechanically into his⧽his the the his⧽his the the back pocket of his
73trousers
⸢1of his
73trousers1⸣
to ⸢3[get]get obtain obtain 3⸣ [get]get obtain obtain
23 his latchkey.


74
24
Was it there?


75
25It was in the corresponding pocket of the trousers which he had worn on
76
26 the day but one preceding.


77
1
Why was he doubly irritated?


78
2Because he had forgotten and because he remembered that he had reminded
79
3 himself twice not to forget.


80
4
What were then the ⸢B[alternatives?]alternatives? alternatives before ⸢3[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
3⸣
[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
keyless couple?
alternatives before ⸢3[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
3⸣
[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
keyless couple?
B⸣
[alternatives?]alternatives? alternatives before ⸢3[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
3⸣
[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
keyless couple?
alternatives before ⸢3[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
3⸣
[the]the the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
the,
5
premeditatedly (respectively)
81and inadvertently,
keyless couple?


82
6To enter or not to enter. To knock or not to knock.


83 ⸢3[His]His
7
Bloom's

7
Bloom's
3⸣
[His]His
7
Bloom's

7
Bloom's
decision?


84
8A stratagem. ⸢B[He]He Resting his feet on the dwarf wall, he Resting his feet on the dwarf wall, he B⸣ [He]He Resting his feet on the dwarf wall, he Resting his feet on the dwarf wall, he climbed over the
9 area
85 railings, compressed his hat on his head, grasped ⸢B[the lower parts of
10two rails,]
the lower parts of
10two rails,
two points at the lower
86union of rails and stiles,
two points at the lower
86union of rails and stiles,
B⸣
[the lower parts of
10two rails,]
the lower parts of
10two rails,
two points at the lower
86union of rails and stiles,
two points at the lower
86union of rails and stiles,
lowered his
11 body gradually by its length of five feet
87 nine inches and a half to within
12two feet ten inches of the area pavement
88and allowed his body to move
13 freely in space by separating himself from the
89 railings and crouching in
14 preparation for the impact of the fall.


90
15
Did he fall?


91
16By his body's known⸢Bbody's knownB⸣ weight of RONSIE ⸢3[ten]teneleveneleven 3⸣ [ten]teneleveneleven stone and four ⸢1[ounces]ounces
17pounds

17pounds
1⸣
[ounces]ounces
17pounds

17pounds
in avoirdupois
92 measure, as certified by the graduated machine for
18 periodical selfweighing
93 in the premises of Francis Froedman,
19 pharmaceutical chemist of 19
94Frederick street, north, on the last feast of the
20 Ascension, to wit, the twelfth
95 day of May of the bissextile⸢3bissextile3⸣ year one
21 thousand nine hundred and four of
96 the christian ⸢3[era.]era. era (jewish era
22five thousand six hundred and sixtyfour,
97mohammadan era one thousand
23three hundred and twentytwo), golden
98number 5, epact 13, solar cycle 9,
24dominical letters C B, Roman indiction 2,
99 Julian period 6617, MCMIV.
era (jewish era
22five thousand six hundred and sixtyfour,
97mohammadan era one thousand
23three hundred and twentytwo), golden
98number 5, epact 13, solar cycle 9,
24dominical letters C B, Roman indiction 2,
99 Julian period 6617, MCMIV.
3⸣
[era.]era. era (jewish era
22five thousand six hundred and sixtyfour,
97mohammadan era one thousand
23three hundred and twentytwo), golden
98number 5, epact 13, solar cycle 9,
24dominical letters C B, Roman indiction 2,
99 Julian period 6617, MCMIV.
era (jewish era
22five thousand six hundred and sixtyfour,
97mohammadan era one thousand
23three hundred and twentytwo), golden
98number 5, epact 13, solar cycle 9,
24dominical letters C B, Roman indiction 2,
99 Julian period 6617, MCMIV.


100
1
Did he rise ⸢B[uninjured?]uninjured? uninjured by concussion? uninjured by concussion? B⸣ [uninjured?]uninjured? uninjured by concussion? uninjured by concussion?

⸢B[He]He
101
2 Regaining new stable equilibrium he

101
2 Regaining new stable equilibrium he
B⸣
[He]He
101
2 Regaining new stable equilibrium he

101
2 Regaining new stable equilibrium he
rose uninjured though ⸢3[shocked]shocked
3 concussed

3 concussed
3⸣
[shocked]shocked
3 concussed

3 concussed
by
102 the impact, raised the latch of the area door by
4the exertion of force at its
103 ⸢1[free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange 1⸣ [free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange
at its
103 ⸢1[free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange 1⸣ [free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange
and by
⸢B
4the exertion of force at its
103 ⸢1[free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange 1⸣ [free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange
at its
103 ⸢1[free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange 1⸣ [free arm]free armfreely moving flangefreely moving flange
and byB⸣
⸢B[leverage,]leverage,
5 leverage of the first kind⸢3of the first kind3⸣ applied ⧼to its free arm⧽to its free arm at its
6fulcrum,

5 leverage of the first kind⸢3of the first kind3⸣ applied ⧼to its free arm⧽to its free arm at its
6fulcrum,
B⸣
[leverage,]leverage,
5 leverage of the first kind⸢3of the first kind3⸣ applied ⧼to its free arm⧽to its free arm at its
6fulcrum,

5 leverage of the first kind⸢3of the first kind3⸣ applied ⧼to its free arm⧽to its free arm at its
6fulcrum,

104 ⸢B[entered]entered gained retarded⸢1retarded1⸣ access to gained retarded⸢1retarded1⸣ access to B⸣ [entered]entered gained retarded⸢1retarded1⸣ access to gained retarded⸢1retarded1⸣ access to the kitchen through the
7subadjacent
⸢B
7subadjacentB⸣
scullery,
105 ignited a lucifer match by friction, ⧼lit⧽lit set free
8 inflammable coal gas by turning
106 on the ventcock, lit a high flame which, by
9 regulating, he reduced to
107 quiescent candescence⧼,⧽, and lit finally a portable
10 candle.


108
11
⸢B[Where was Stephen meanwhile?]Where was Stephen meanwhile?What discrete succession of images did
12
Stephen meanwhile perceive?
What discrete succession of images did
12
Stephen meanwhile perceive?
B⸣
[Where was Stephen meanwhile?]Where was Stephen meanwhile?What discrete succession of images did
12
Stephen meanwhile perceive?
What discrete succession of images did
12
Stephen meanwhile perceive?


109
13Reclined against the area railings he perceived through the transparent
110
14 kitchen panes a man regulating a ⸢1[gasflame,]gasflame,gasflame of 14  C P,gasflame of 14  C P, 1⸣ [gasflame,]gasflame,gasflame of 14  C P,gasflame of 14  C P, a man
15 lighting a
111 ⸢2[candle,]candle, candle of 1  C P, candle of 1  C P, 2⸣ [candle,]candle, candle of 1  C P, candle of 1  C P, a man removing in turn each of his
16 two boots, a man
112 leaving the kitchen holding a candle.


113
17
Did the man reappear elsewhere?


114
18After a lapse of four minutes the glimmer of his candle was discernible
115
19 through the semitransparent⸢1semitransparent1⸣ semicircular⸢3semicircular3⸣ glass fanlight over the
20halldoor.
116The halldoor turned gradually on its hinges. In the open space
21 ⧼thus⧽thus of the
117 doorway the man reappeared without his hat, with his candle.


118
22
Did Stephen obey his sign?


119
23Yes, entering softly, he helped to close and chain the door and followed
120
24 softly along the hallway the man's back and listed feet and lighted⸢Blisted feet and lightedB⸣ candle
121
25past a lighted crevice of doorway on the left and carefullycarefully down a turning
122
26staircase of more than ⸢1[ five ] five 55 1⸣ [ five ] five 55 steps ⧼.⧽. into the kitchen of Bloom's house.


123
1
What did Bloom do?


124
2He extinguished the candle by a sharp ⸢B[ejection]ejection expiration expiration B⸣ [ejection]ejection expiration expiration of breath
3 upon its flame,
125 drew two spoonseat dealspoonseat deal chairs to the hearthstone, one
4 for Stephen with its
126 back to the area window, the other for himself when
5 necessary,
>one
4 for Stephen with its
126 back to the area window, the other for himself when
5 necessary,<
knelt on one
127 knee,
one
4 for Stephen with its
126 back to the area window, the other for himself when
5 necessary,
>one
4 for Stephen with its
126 back to the area window, the other for himself when
5 necessary,<
knelt on one
127 knee,
composed in the grate a pyre of crosslaid
6 resintipped sticks and
128 various coloured papers and irregular polygons of
7 bestbest Abram coal at
129twentyone shillings a ton
at
129twentyone shillings a ton
from the yard of Messrs
8 Flower and M‘Donald of
130 ⸢B[7]7 14 14 B⸣ [7]7 14 14 D'Olier street, kindled it at three
9 projecting points of paper with one
131 ignited ⸢3[wooden match.]wooden match. lucifer
10match, ⧼thu⧽thu thereby releasing the potential energy contained in the
132fuel by
11allowing its carbon and hydrogen elements to enter into free union
133with the
12oxygen of the air.
lucifer
10match, ⧼thu⧽thu thereby releasing the potential energy contained in the
132fuel by
11allowing its carbon and hydrogen elements to enter into free union
133with the
12oxygen of the air.
3⸣
[wooden match.]wooden match. lucifer
10match, ⧼thu⧽thu thereby releasing the potential energy contained in the
132fuel by
11allowing its carbon and hydrogen elements to enter into free union
133with the
12oxygen of the air.
lucifer
10match, ⧼thu⧽thu thereby releasing the potential energy contained in the
132fuel by
11allowing its carbon and hydrogen elements to enter into free union
133with the
12oxygen of the air.


134
13
Of what similar apparitions did Stephen think?


135
14Of others elsewhere in other times who, kneeling on one knee or on two,
136
15 had kindled fires for him, of Brother Michael in the infirmary of the college
137
16 of the Society of Jesus at Clongowes ⸢3[Wood]Wood Wood, Sallins, Wood, Sallins, 3⸣ [Wood]Wood Wood, Sallins, Wood, Sallins, in the county
17 of
138 ⸢1[Kildare,]Kildare,Kildare:Kildare: 1⸣ [Kildare,]Kildare,Kildare:Kildare: of his father, Simon Dedalus, in ⸢1[the]theanan 1⸣ [the]theanan
18 unfurnished room of his first
139residence in Dublin, number thirteen North
19 Richmond⧽
North
19 Richmond
Fitzgibbon Fitzgibbon
North
19 Richmond⧽
North
19 Richmond
Fitzgibbon Fitzgibbon
⸢1[street,]street,street:street: 1⸣ [street,]street,street:street: of his godmother
140 ⧼Mrs⧽Mrs Miss Kate
20 Morkan in the house of her dying sister Miss Julia Morkan at 15
141 Usher's ⸢1[Island,]Island,
21Island:

21Island:
1⸣
[Island,]Island,
21Island:

21Island:
of his aunt Sara, wife of Richie (Richard) Goulding,
22 in the
142kitchen of their lodgings at 62 Clanbrassil ⸢1[street,]street, street: street: 1⸣ [street,]street, street: street: of his
23 mother Mary, wife
143of ⧼SS Simon Dedalus,
⸢3Mary, wife
143of ⧼SS Simon Dedalus, 3⸣
in the kitchen of number
24 twelve North Richmond street
144 on the morning of the feast of Saint Francis
25 Xavier ⸢1[1898,]1898,1898:1898: 1⸣ [1898,]1898,1898:1898: of the ⧼de⧽de dean of
145studies, Father Butt, in the
26 physics' theatre of university College, 16
146Stephen's Green, ⸢1[north,]north,
27north:

27north:
1⸣
[north,]north,
27north:

27north:
of his sister Dilly (Delia) in his father's house in
147 Cabra.


148
1
What did Stephen see on raising his gaze to the height of a yard from the
149
2
fire towards the opposite wall?

⸢B[A]A
150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a

150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a
B⸣
[A]A
150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a

150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a
curvilinear
4rope, stretched
151 between two holdfasts athwartathwart across the recess beside
5 the chimney pier,
152 from which hung four smallsized square handkerchiefs
6 folded unattached
153 consecutively in adjacent rectangles
folded unattached
153 consecutively in adjacent rectangles
and one pair of ⸢1[grey Lisle ladies']grey Lisle ladies'
7ladies' grey

7ladies' grey
1⸣
[grey Lisle ladies']grey Lisle ladies'
7ladies' grey

7ladies' grey
⸢3[stockings]stockingshosehose 3⸣ [stockings]stockingshosehose with
154Lisle suspender
8tops and feet
⸢1with
154Lisle suspender
8tops and feet1⸣
in their habitual positionin their habitual position clamped by three
155 erect wooden
9 pegs two at their outer extremities and the third at their point
156 of junction.

⸢PLUS
148
1
What did Stephen see on raising his gaze to the height of a yard from the
149
2
fire towards the opposite wall?

⸢B[A]A
150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a

150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a
B⸣
[A]A
150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a

150
3 Under a row of ⸢1[5]5fivefive 1⸣ [5]5fivefive coiled spring housebells a
curvilinear
4rope, stretched
151 between two holdfasts athwartathwart across the recess beside
5 the chimney pier,
152 from which hung four smallsized square handkerchiefs
6 folded unattached
153 consecutively in adjacent rectangles
folded unattached
153 consecutively in adjacent rectangles
and one pair of ⸢1[grey Lisle ladies']grey Lisle ladies'
7ladies' grey

7ladies' grey
1⸣
[grey Lisle ladies']grey Lisle ladies'
7ladies' grey

7ladies' grey
⸢3[stockings]stockingshosehose 3⸣ [stockings]stockingshosehose with
154Lisle suspender
8tops and feet
⸢1with
154Lisle suspender
8tops and feet1⸣
in their habitual positionin their habitual position clamped by three
155 erect wooden
9 pegs two at their outer extremities and the third at their point
156 of junction.

PLUS⸣

157 [B
10
Of what⧽

10
Of what
What did Bloom think of their different ages?


11That neither could Stephen now have his age then nor he then Stephen's
12 now.

]

10
Of what⧽

10
Of what
What did Bloom think of their different ages?


11That neither could Stephen now have his age then nor he then Stephen's
12 now.


13
What did Bloom see on the range?


158
14On the right (smaller)(smaller) hob a blue enamelled saucepan: on the left (larger)
159
15 hob a black iron kettle.

⸢2
13
What did Bloom see on the range?


158
14On the right (smaller)(smaller) hob a blue enamelled saucepan: on the left (larger)
159
15 hob a black iron kettle.

2⸣

160 ⸢2[By what act did he solve the problem?]By what act did he solve the problem?
16
⸢3[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
3⸣
[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?

16
⸢3[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
3⸣
[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
2⸣
[By what act did he solve the problem?]By what act did he solve the problem?
16
⸢3[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
3⸣
[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?

16
⸢3[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
3⸣
[What was his next act? ]What was his next act? What
17
did Bloom do at the range?
What
17
did Bloom do at the range?


161
18He removed the saucepan to the left hob, rose and carried the iron kettle to
162
19the [1tap and]tap and sink in order to ⸢1[draw water]draw watertap the currenttap the current 1⸣ [draw water]draw watertap the currenttap the current by turning the
20 cock⧽cock faucet faucet cock⧽cock faucet faucet to let it flow.


163
21
Did it flow?


164
22Yes. From Roundwood reservoir near Stillorgan,⧽near Stillorgan, in county Wicklow ⸢B[capable of containing]capable of containing
23 of a cubic capacity of

23 of a cubic capacity of
B⸣
[capable of containing]capable of containing
23 of a cubic capacity of

23 of a cubic capacity of

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24hundred⧽
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24hundred
2.400
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24hundred⧽
two thousand four
24hundred
2.400
1⸣
[2400]2400 ⧼two thousand four
24hundred⧽
two thousand four
24hundred
2.400
⧼two thousand four
24hundred⧽
two thousand four
24hundred
2.400
million gallons, percolating⸢BpercolatingB⸣ through ⸢B[an]an a
25subterranean
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25subterranean
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25subterranean
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25subterranean
aqueduct of
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26pipeage constructed at an initial plant cost of £5
167 per linear yard
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26pipeage constructed at an initial plant cost of £5
167 per linear yard
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167 per linear yard
B⸣
by
27way of
⸢2
27way of2⸣
the Dargle, Rathdown, Glen of the Downs and⸢Bthe Dargle, Rathdown, Glen of the Downs andB⸣
168 Callowhill to
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir at
⸢B
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir atB⸣
Stillorgan, a distance of 22 statute
169
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2 gradient of 250
170 feet to the city boundary at ⸢B[Leeson street bridge]Leeson street bridge Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
B⸣
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3bridge, upper Leeson street,
Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
in county Wicklow ⸢B[capable of containing]capable of containing
23 of a cubic capacity of

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26pipeage constructed at an initial plant cost of £5
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27way of
⸢2
27way of2⸣
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168 Callowhill to
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir at
⸢B
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir atB⸣
Stillorgan, a distance of 22 statute
169
1 miles, and ⸢B[thence]thence thence, through a system of relieving tanks, thence, through a system of relieving tanks, B⸣ [thence]thence thence, through a system of relieving tanks, thence, through a system of relieving tanks, by ⧼an⧽an a
2 gradient of 250
170 feet to the city boundary at ⸢B[Leeson street bridge]Leeson street bridge Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
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3bridge, upper Leeson street,
B⸣
[Leeson street bridge]Leeson street bridge Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
near Stillorgan,⧽near Stillorgan, in county Wicklow ⸢B[capable of containing]capable of containing
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27way of
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168 Callowhill to
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir at
⸢B
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir atB⸣
Stillorgan, a distance of 22 statute
169
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2 gradient of 250
170 feet to the city boundary at ⸢B[Leeson street bridge]Leeson street bridge Eustace
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B⸣
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⧼two thousand four
24hundred⧽
two thousand four
24hundred
2.400
million gallons, percolating⸢BpercolatingB⸣ through ⸢B[an]an a
25subterranean
a
25subterranean
B⸣
[an]an a
25subterranean
a
25subterranean
aqueduct of
> ⸢B[an]an a
25subterranean
a
25subterranean
B⸣
[an]an a
25subterranean
a
25subterranean
aqueduct of<
filter
166 ⧼pipes⧽pipes mains of single and double
26pipeage constructed at an initial plant cost of £5
167 per linear yard
constructed at an initial plant cost of £5
167 per linear yard
⸢Bof single and double
26pipeage constructed at an initial plant cost of £5
167 per linear yard
constructed at an initial plant cost of £5
167 per linear yard
B⸣
by
27way of
⸢2
27way of2⸣
the Dargle, Rathdown, Glen of the Downs and⸢Bthe Dargle, Rathdown, Glen of the Downs andB⸣
168 Callowhill to
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir at
⸢B
28the 26  acre ⧼relieving⧽relieving reservoir atB⸣
Stillorgan, a distance of 22 statute
169
1 miles, and ⸢B[thence]thence thence, through a system of relieving tanks, thence, through a system of relieving tanks, B⸣ [thence]thence thence, through a system of relieving tanks, thence, through a system of relieving tanks, by ⧼an⧽an a
2 gradient of 250
170 feet to the city boundary at ⸢B[Leeson street bridge]Leeson street bridge Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
B⸣
[Leeson street bridge]Leeson street bridge Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
Eustace
3bridge, upper Leeson street,
where⧽where though though where⧽where though though
171 from prolonged summer
4 drouth and daily supply of 121⁄2 million gallons⸢Band daily supply of 121⁄2 million gallonsB⸣ the
172 water had fallen
5 below the sill of the overflow weir for which reason the
173 borough surveyor
6and waterworks engineer, Mr Spencer Harty, C. E.,
⸢3
6and waterworks engineer, Mr Spencer Harty, C. E.,3⸣
on
174 the instructions
7 of the waterworks committee had prohibited the use of
175 municipal water for
8 purposes other than those of consumption ⧼un⧽un (envisagingenvisaging
176the
9possibility of recourse being had to the impotable water of the Grand
177and
10Royal canals as in 1893)
⸢B ⧼un⧽un (envisagingenvisaging
176the
9possibility of recourse being had to the impotable water of the Grand
177and
10Royal canals as in 1893)B⸣
particularly as the South Dublin Guardians,
178
11 notwithstanding their ration of 15 gallons per day per pauper supplied
179
12 throughthrough a 6  inch meter, had been convicted of a wastage of 20.000
13 gallons
180 per night by a reading of their meter on the affirmation of the law
14 agent of
181 the corporation, Mr Ignatius Rice, solicitor,⸢3solicitor,3⸣ thereby acting to the
15 detriment
182 of another section of the public, selfsupporting taxpayers, solvent,
16 sound.


183
17
What in water did Bloom, ⸢1[carrying water,]carrying water, waterlover,waterlover, drawer of
18
water, watercarrier,
waterlover,waterlover, drawer of
18
water, watercarrier,
1⸣
[carrying water,]carrying water, waterlover,waterlover, drawer of
18
water, watercarrier,
waterlover,waterlover, drawer of
18
water, watercarrier,

184 returning to the range, admire?


185
19Its ⸢1[universality,]universality,universality:universality: 1⸣ [universality,]universality,universality:universality: its democratic⸢CdemocraticC⸣ equality and constancy
20 to its nature in
186 seeking its own ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level: its vastness in the ocean of
21 Mercalli's⧽Mercalli's Mercator's Mercator's Mercalli's⧽Mercalli's Mercator's Mercator's ⸢1[projection, ]projection, projection: projection: 1⸣ [projection, ]projection, projection: projection: its
187unplumbed
22 profundity in the Sundam trench of the Pacific exceeding 8000
188 ⸢1[fathoms,]fathoms,
23fathoms:

23fathoms:
1⸣
[fathoms,]fathoms,
23fathoms:

23fathoms:
the restlessness of its waves and surface particles
24 visiting in turn
189 all points of its ⸢1[seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: 1⸣ [seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: the independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
⸢Cthe independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
C⸣
its hydrostatic⸢3hydrostatic3⸣
26 quiescence in ⸢1[calm,]calm,calm:calm: 1⸣ [calm,]calm,calm:calm: its hydrokinetic⸢3hydrokinetic3⸣ turgidity in
191neap and
27spring ⸢1[tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: 1⸣ [tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: its sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic:
⸢Bits sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: B⸣
its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:
⸢3its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:3⸣
its preponderance of 3 to 1 over the dry
30land of the ⸢1[globe,]globe,globe:globe: 1⸣ [globe,]globe,globe:globe: its
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
⸢Cits
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
C⸣
the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:
⸢3the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:3⸣
its capacity to dissolve and⸢Bdissolve andB⸣ hold in
197 solution
34 all soluble substances including millions of tons of the most
198precious
1 ⸢1[metals,]metals,metals:metals: 1⸣ [metals,]metals,metals:metals: its slow erosions of peninsulas and islands, its persistent
199
2 formation of homothetic islands, peninsulas and⸢Chomothetic islands, peninsulas andC⸣ downwardtending
200
3 ⸢1[promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: 1⸣ [promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: its alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: ⸢Cits alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: C⸣ its
4 weight and volume and ⸢1[density,]density,density:density: 1⸣ [density,]density,density:density: its
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns:
⸢Bits
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: B⸣
its
6 gradation of colours
202 in the torrid and temperate and frigid
7 ⸢1[zones,]zones,zones:zones: 1⸣ [zones,]zones,zones:zones: its vehicular ramifications in
203 continental lakecontained streams and
8 confluentconfluent oceanflowing rivers with
204 their tributaries
with
204 their tributaries
and transoceanic ⸢C[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
C⸣
[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
its violence in ⸢B[seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, B⸣ [seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, waterspouts,
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
⸢B
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
B⸣
its vast
15 circumterrestrial ahorizontal ⸢1[curve,]curve,curve:curve: 1⸣ [curve,]curve,curve:curve:
>the restlessness of its waves and surface particles
24 visiting in turn
189 all points of its ⸢1[seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: 1⸣ [seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: the independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
⸢Cthe independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
C⸣
its hydrostatic⸢3hydrostatic3⸣
26 quiescence in ⸢1[calm,]calm,calm:calm: 1⸣ [calm,]calm,calm:calm: its hydrokinetic⸢3hydrokinetic3⸣ turgidity in
191neap and
27spring ⸢1[tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: 1⸣ [tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: its sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic:
⸢Bits sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: B⸣
its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:
⸢3its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:3⸣
its preponderance of 3 to 1 over the dry
30land of the ⸢1[globe,]globe,globe:globe: 1⸣ [globe,]globe,globe:globe: its
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
⸢Cits
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
C⸣
the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:
⸢3the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:3⸣
its capacity to dissolve and⸢Bdissolve andB⸣ hold in
197 solution
34 all soluble substances including millions of tons of the most
198precious
1 ⸢1[metals,]metals,metals:metals: 1⸣ [metals,]metals,metals:metals: its slow erosions of peninsulas and islands, its persistent
199
2 formation of homothetic islands, peninsulas and⸢Chomothetic islands, peninsulas andC⸣ downwardtending
200
3 ⸢1[promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: 1⸣ [promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: its alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: ⸢Cits alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: C⸣ its
4 weight and volume and ⸢1[density,]density,density:density: 1⸣ [density,]density,density:density: its
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns:
⸢Bits
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: B⸣
its
6 gradation of colours
202 in the torrid and temperate and frigid
7 ⸢1[zones,]zones,zones:zones: 1⸣ [zones,]zones,zones:zones: its vehicular ramifications in
203 continental lakecontained streams and
8 confluentconfluent oceanflowing rivers with
204 their tributaries
with
204 their tributaries
and transoceanic ⸢C[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
C⸣
[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
its violence in ⸢B[seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, B⸣ [seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, waterspouts,
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
⸢B
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
B⸣
its vast
15 circumterrestrial ahorizontal ⸢1[curve,]curve,curve:curve: 1⸣ [curve,]curve,curve:curve: <
its
187unplumbed
22 profundity in the Sundam trench of the Pacific exceeding 8000
188 ⸢1[fathoms,]fathoms,
23fathoms:

23fathoms:
1⸣
[fathoms,]fathoms,
23fathoms:

23fathoms:
the restlessness of its waves and surface particles
24 visiting in turn
189 all points of its ⸢1[seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: 1⸣ [seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: the independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
⸢Cthe independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
C⸣
its hydrostatic⸢3hydrostatic3⸣
26 quiescence in ⸢1[calm,]calm,calm:calm: 1⸣ [calm,]calm,calm:calm: its hydrokinetic⸢3hydrokinetic3⸣ turgidity in
191neap and
27spring ⸢1[tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: 1⸣ [tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: its sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic:
⸢Bits sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: B⸣
its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:
⸢3its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:3⸣
its preponderance of 3 to 1 over the dry
30land of the ⸢1[globe,]globe,globe:globe: 1⸣ [globe,]globe,globe:globe: its
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
⸢Cits
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
C⸣
the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:
⸢3the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:3⸣
its capacity to dissolve and⸢Bdissolve andB⸣ hold in
197 solution
34 all soluble substances including millions of tons of the most
198precious
1 ⸢1[metals,]metals,metals:metals: 1⸣ [metals,]metals,metals:metals: its slow erosions of peninsulas and islands, its persistent
199
2 formation of homothetic islands, peninsulas and⸢Chomothetic islands, peninsulas andC⸣ downwardtending
200
3 ⸢1[promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: 1⸣ [promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: its alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: ⸢Cits alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: C⸣ its
4 weight and volume and ⸢1[density,]density,density:density: 1⸣ [density,]density,density:density: its
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns:
⸢Bits
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: B⸣
its
6 gradation of colours
202 in the torrid and temperate and frigid
7 ⸢1[zones,]zones,zones:zones: 1⸣ [zones,]zones,zones:zones: its vehicular ramifications in
203 continental lakecontained streams and
8 confluentconfluent oceanflowing rivers with
204 their tributaries
with
204 their tributaries
and transoceanic ⸢C[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
C⸣
[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
its violence in ⸢B[seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, B⸣ [seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, waterspouts,
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
⸢B
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
B⸣
its vast
15 circumterrestrial ahorizontal ⸢1[curve,]curve,curve:curve: 1⸣ [curve,]curve,curve:curve:
>the restlessness of its waves and surface particles
24 visiting in turn
189 all points of its ⸢1[seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: 1⸣ [seaboard,]seaboard, seaboard: seaboard: the independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
⸢Cthe independence
25of its ⸢1[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
1⸣
[units,]units,units: the variability of
190states of sea:
units: the variability of
190states of sea:
C⸣
its hydrostatic⸢3hydrostatic3⸣
26 quiescence in ⸢1[calm,]calm,calm:calm: 1⸣ [calm,]calm,calm:calm: its hydrokinetic⸢3hydrokinetic3⸣ turgidity in
191neap and
27spring ⸢1[tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: 1⸣ [tides,]tides,tides: its subsidence after devastation:tides: its subsidence after devastation: its sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic:
⸢Bits sterility in the
192
28circumpolar icecaps, arctic and ⸢1[antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: 1⸣ [antarctic,]antarctic,antarctic:antarctic: B⸣
its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:
⸢3its climatic and
29commercial
193significance:3⸣
its preponderance of 3 to 1 over the dry
30land of the ⸢1[globe,]globe,globe:globe: 1⸣ [globe,]globe,globe:globe: its
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
⸢Cits
194indisputable hegemony extending in
31square leagues
⸢2extending in
31square leagues2⸣
over all the region
195below the subequatorial tropic of ⸢1[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
1⸣
[Capricorn,]Capricorn,
32Capricorn:

32Capricorn:
C⸣
the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:
⸢3the multisecular stability of its
196 primeval primeval
33basin: its luteofulvous bed:3⸣
its capacity to dissolve and⸢Bdissolve andB⸣ hold in
197 solution
34 all soluble substances including millions of tons of the most
198precious
1 ⸢1[metals,]metals,metals:metals: 1⸣ [metals,]metals,metals:metals: its slow erosions of peninsulas and islands, its persistent
199
2 formation of homothetic islands, peninsulas and⸢Chomothetic islands, peninsulas andC⸣ downwardtending
200
3 ⸢1[promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: 1⸣ [promontories,]promontories,promontories:promontories: its alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: ⸢Cits alluvial ⸢1[deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: 1⸣ [deposits,]deposits,deposits:deposits: C⸣ its
4 weight and volume and ⸢1[density,]density,density:density: 1⸣ [density,]density,density:density: its
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns:
⸢Bits
201 ⧼ majesty in quiescence,⧽ majesty in quiescence,
5 imperturbability in lagoons, atolls, highland ⸢1[tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: 1⸣ [tarns,]tarns,tarns:tarns: B⸣
its
6 gradation of colours
202 in the torrid and temperate and frigid
7 ⸢1[zones,]zones,zones:zones: 1⸣ [zones,]zones,zones:zones: its vehicular ramifications in
203 continental lakecontained streams and
8 confluentconfluent oceanflowing rivers with
204 their tributaries
with
204 their tributaries
and transoceanic ⸢C[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
C⸣
[currents,]currents,
9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:

9 ⸢3[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
3⸣
[currents:]currents: currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
currents, gulfstream, north and south
205equatorial
10courses:
its violence in ⸢B[seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, B⸣ [seaquakes and]seaquakes and seaquakes, seaquakes, waterspouts,
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
⸢B
11Artesian wells,
206eruptions, torrents,⸢Ctorrents,C⸣ eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
eddies, freshets, spates,⸢Cspates,C⸣
12groundswells,
⸢2
12groundswells,2⸣
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
watersheds,
207 waterpartings, geysers,
cataracts,
13 whirlpools, ⸢C[maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms, C⸣ [maelstroms:]maelstroms: maelstroms, maelstroms,
inundations,
208deluges, ⸢C[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
C⸣
[cloudbursts,]cloudbursts,
14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:

14 cloudbursts: [1its subsidence after devastation:]its subsidence after devastation:
B⸣
its vast
15 circumterrestrial ahorizontal ⸢1[curve,]curve,curve:curve: 1⸣ [curve,]curve,curve:curve: <
its secrecy
209 in springs
16and latent humidity, revealed by rhabdomantic or hygrometric
210
17instruments and
⸢3
16and latent humidity, revealed by rhabdomantic or hygrometric
210
17instruments and3⸣
exemplified by the well by the hol⧼l⧽le in the wall at
18Ashtown
211 ⸢1[gate,]gate, ⸢3[gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: 3⸣ [gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: ⸢3[gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: 3⸣ [gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: 1⸣ [gate,]gate, ⸢3[gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: 3⸣ [gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: ⸢3[gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: 3⸣ [gate:]gate: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: the
19 simplicity of its composition,
212 two constituent⸢BconstituentB⸣ parts of hydrogen with one
20constituent part
⸢B
20constituent partB⸣
of ⸢1[oxygen,]oxygen,oxygen:oxygen: 1⸣ [oxygen,]oxygen,oxygen:oxygen:
the
19 simplicity of its composition,
212 two constituent⸢BconstituentB⸣ parts of hydrogen with one
20constituent part
⸢B
20constituent partB⸣
of ⸢1[oxygen,]oxygen,oxygen:oxygen: 1⸣ [oxygen,]oxygen,oxygen:oxygen:
its
213 healing ⸢1[virtues,]virtues,virtues:virtues: 1⸣ [virtues,]virtues,virtues:virtues:
21 its buoyancy in the waters of the Dead ⸢1[Sea,]Sea,Sea:Sea: 1⸣ [Sea,]Sea,Sea:Sea: its buoyancy in the waters of the Dead ⸢1[Sea,]Sea,Sea:Sea: 1⸣ [Sea,]Sea,Sea:Sea: ⧼its menace to life
22 and property in leaks,⧽
its menace to life
22 and property in leaks,
⸢C ⧼its menace to life
22 and property in leaks,⧽
its menace to life
22 and property in leaks,
C⸣
its persevering
214penetrativeness in runnels, gullies,
23inadequate dams, leaks on ⸢1[shipboard,]shipboard, shipboard: shipboard: 1⸣ [shipboard,]shipboard, shipboard: shipboard:
⸢Bits persevering
214penetrativeness in runnels, gullies,
23inadequate dams, leaks on ⸢1[shipboard,]shipboard, shipboard: shipboard: 1⸣ [shipboard,]shipboard, shipboard: shipboard: B⸣
its
215properties for
24 cleansing, quenching thirst and fire, nourishing
25 ⸢B[plant life,]plant life, ⸢1[vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation: 1⸣ [vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation: ⸢1[vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation: 1⸣ [vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation: B⸣ [plant life,]plant life, ⸢1[vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation: 1⸣ [vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation: ⸢1[vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation: 1⸣ [vegetation,]vegetation,vegetation:vegetation:
216 its infallibility as paradigm and paragon: its
26metamorphoses as vapour,
217mist, cloud, rain, sleet, snow, hail:
⸢3 its infallibility as paradigm and paragon: its
26metamorphoses as vapour,
217mist, cloud, rain, sleet, snow, hail:3⸣
its strength
27 in rigid ⸢1[hydrants,]hydrants,hydrants:hydrants: 1⸣ [hydrants,]hydrants,hydrants:hydrants: its variety
218of forms in loughs and bays
28and gulfs

28and gulfs
and bights and guts and lagoons and
219 atolls and archipelagos
and lagoons and
219 atolls and archipelagos

29and sounds and fjords and minches and tidal⸢3tidal3⸣
220estuaries and arms of
30 ⸢1[sea,]sea,sea:sea: 1⸣ [sea,]sea,sea:sea: its solidity in glaciers, icebergs, ⸢1[icefloes,]icefloes,icefloes:icefloes: 1⸣ [icefloes,]icefloes,icefloes:icefloes:
⸢Cits variety
218of forms in loughs and bays
28and gulfs

28and gulfs
and bights and guts and lagoons and
219 atolls and archipelagos
and lagoons and
219 atolls and archipelagos

29and sounds and fjords and minches and tidal⸢3tidal3⸣
220estuaries and arms of
30 ⸢1[sea,]sea,sea:sea: 1⸣ [sea,]sea,sea:sea: its solidity in glaciers, icebergs, ⸢1[icefloes,]icefloes,icefloes:icefloes: 1⸣ [icefloes,]icefloes,icefloes:icefloes: C⸣
its
221
31docility in working hydraulichydraulic millwheels, turbines, dynamos,⸢Cturbines, dynamos,C⸣ electric
32power
222stations, bleachworks, tanneries, ⸢1[scutchmills,]scutchmills,scutchmills:scutchmills: 1⸣ [scutchmills,]scutchmills,scutchmills:scutchmills: ⸢Cbleachworks, tanneries, ⸢1[scutchmills,]scutchmills,scutchmills:scutchmills: 1⸣ [scutchmills,]scutchmills,scutchmills:scutchmills: C⸣ its
33 utility in canals, rivers, if
223 navigable, [Cbleachworks, tanneries, scutchmills,]bleachworks, tanneries, scutchmills,
34floating and graving ⸢1[docks,]docks,docks:docks: 1⸣ [docks,]docks,docks:docks:
⸢C
34floating and graving ⸢1[docks,]docks,docks:docks: 1⸣ [docks,]docks,docks:docks: C⸣
its potentiality derivable from
224
35harnessed ⸢C[tides,]tides, tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
C⸣
[tides,]tides, tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
⸢Bits potentiality derivable from
224
35harnessed ⸢C[tides,]tides, tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
C⸣
[tides,]tides, tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
tides or watercourses falling from level to
36 ⸢1[level,]level,level:level: 1⸣ [level,]level,level:level:
B⸣
its submarinesubmarine
225 fauna and ⸢3[flora,]flora, flora (anacoustic,
37photophobe),
flora (anacoustic,
37photophobe),
3⸣
[flora,]flora, flora (anacoustic,
37photophobe),
flora (anacoustic,
37photophobe),
numerically, if not literally,⸢Bif not literally,B⸣ the
226inhabitants of the
1 ⸢1[globe,]globe,globe:globe: 1⸣ [globe,]globe,globe:globe: its ubiquity as ⸢1[it constituted]it constitutedconstitutingconstituting 1⸣ [it constituted]it constitutedconstitutingconstituting 90% of the
2 human
227 ⸢1[body,]body,body:body: 1⸣ [body,]body,body:body:
numerically, if not literally,⸢Bif not literally,B⸣ the
226inhabitants of the
1 ⸢1[globe,]globe,globe:globe: 1⸣ [globe,]globe,globe:globe: its ubiquity as ⸢1[it constituted]it constitutedconstitutingconstituting 1⸣ [it constituted]it constitutedconstitutingconstituting 90% of the
2 human
227 ⸢1[body,]body,body:body: 1⸣ [body,]body,body:body:
⸢B[its]its the the B⸣ [its]its the the noxiousness of its effluvia⸢Bof its effluviaB⸣ in
3lacustrine
⸢B
3lacustrineB⸣
marshes, [Bfaded flowers,]faded flowers, pestilential fens,
228 faded ⸢3[flowers,]flowers,
4flowerwater,

4flowerwater,
3⸣
[flowers,]flowers,
4flowerwater,

4flowerwater,
⸢B faded ⸢3[flowers,]flowers,
4flowerwater,

4flowerwater,
3⸣
[flowers,]flowers,
4flowerwater,

4flowerwater,
B⸣
stagnant pools in the waning moon.


229
5
Having set the halffilled kettle on the now burning coals, why did he
6
return
230 to the stillflowing tap?


231
7To wash his soiled hands with a partially consumed tablet of Barrington's⸢1Barrington's1⸣
232
8 lemonflavoured soap⧽soap soap, to which paper still adhered, soap, to which paper still adhered, soap⧽soap soap, to which paper still adhered, soap, to which paper still adhered, (bought
9thirteen hours
233 previously for ⸢3[threepence]threepence fourpence fourpence 3⸣ [threepence]threepence fourpence fourpence and still unpaid
10for), in fresh cold neverchanging
234 everchanging water and dry them, face
11 and hands, in a long redbordered
235 holland cloth passed over a wooden
12 revolving roller.


236
13
What reason did Stephen give for declining Bloom's offer?


237
14That he was hydrophobe, hating ⸢B[total]total partial partial B⸣ [total]total partial partial ⸢B[total]total partial partial B⸣ [total]total partial partial contact with⧽with by
15 immersion or total by
238submersion
⸢Bor total by
238submersionB⸣
in cold
by
15 immersion or total by
238submersion
⸢Bor total by
238submersionB⸣
in cold
with⧽with by
15 immersion or total by
238submersion
⸢Bor total by
238submersionB⸣
in cold
by
15 immersion or total by
238submersion
⸢Bor total by
238submersionB⸣
in cold
water, (his last bath having
16 taken place in the month of
239 October of the preceding year), disliking thethe
17aqueous substances of glass
240 and crystal, distrusting ⧼aquacitees⧽aquacitees aquacities
18 of thought and language.
241


19
What impeded Bloom from giving Stephen counsels of hygiene and
242
20
prophylactic ⸢1[with]withto which should be addedto which should be added 1⸣ [with]withto which should be addedto which should be added suggestions concerning a
243
21
preliminary wetting of the head and contraction of the muscles with rapid
244
22
splashing of the face and neck⸢1and neck1⸣ and thoracic and epigastric⸢1and epigastric1⸣ region
and contraction of the muscles with rapid
244
22
splashing of the face and neck⸢1and neck1⸣ and thoracic and epigastric⸢1and epigastric1⸣ region
in
23
case of
245 sea or river ⸢1[bathing?]bathing? bathing, the parts of the human anatomy
24
most sensitive to cold
246being the nape, stomach and thenar or sole of foot?
bathing, the parts of the human anatomy
24
most sensitive to cold
246being the nape, stomach and thenar or sole of foot?
1⸣
[bathing?]bathing? bathing, the parts of the human anatomy
24
most sensitive to cold
246being the nape, stomach and thenar or sole of foot?
bathing, the parts of the human anatomy
24
most sensitive to cold
246being the nape, stomach and thenar or sole of foot?

247

⸢B[Aquacity.]Aquacity.
25 The incompatibility of aquacity with the erratic originality of
26genius.

25 The incompatibility of aquacity with the erratic originality of
26genius.
B⸣
[Aquacity.]Aquacity.
25 The incompatibility of aquacity with the erratic originality of
26genius.

25 The incompatibility of aquacity with the erratic originality of
26genius.


248
1
What additional didactic⸢3didactic3⸣ counsels did he similarly repress?

248
1
What additional didactic⸢3didactic3⸣ counsels did he similarly repress?


249
2Dietary: concerning the respective percentage of protein and caloric energy
250
3 in bacon, salt ling and butter, the absence of the former in the lastnamed
251
4 and the abundance of the latter in the firstnamed.

249
2Dietary: concerning the respective percentage of protein and caloric energy
250
3 in bacon, salt ling and butter, the absence of the former in the lastnamed
251
4 and the abundance of the latter in the firstnamed.

⸢B
248
1
What additional didactic⸢3didactic3⸣ counsels did he similarly repress?

248
1
What additional didactic⸢3didactic3⸣ counsels did he similarly repress?


249
2Dietary: concerning the respective percentage of protein and caloric energy
250
3 in bacon, salt ling and butter, the absence of the former in the lastnamed
251
4 and the abundance of the latter in the firstnamed.

249
2Dietary: concerning the respective percentage of protein and caloric energy
250
3 in bacon, salt ling and butter, the absence of the former in the lastnamed
251
4 and the abundance of the latter in the firstnamed.

B⸣

252
5
Which seemed to the host to be the predominant qualities of his guest?


253
6Confidence in himself, a reciprocal⧽a reciprocal an equal and opposite an equal and opposite a reciprocal⧽a reciprocal an equal and opposite an equal and opposite power of
7 abandonment and
254 recuperation.

⸢B
252
5
Which seemed to the host to be the predominant qualities of his guest?


253
6Confidence in himself, a reciprocal⧽a reciprocal an equal and opposite an equal and opposite a reciprocal⧽a reciprocal an equal and opposite an equal and opposite power of
7 abandonment and
254 recuperation.

B⸣

255
8
What concomitant⸢BconcomitantB⸣ phenomenon took place in the vessel of liquid ⸢B[on
9
the]
on
9
the
by the
256agency of
by the
256agency of
B⸣
[on
9
the]
on
9
the
by the
256agency of
by the
256agency of
fire?


257
10The phenomenon of ebullition. Fanned by a constant updraught of
258 air⧽ air
11ventilation

11ventilation
air⧽ air
11ventilation

11ventilation
between the kitchen and the chimneyflue, ignition was
259
12communication⧽

12communication
communicated from the faggots of precombustibleprecombustible
13 fuel
of precombustibleprecombustible
13 fuel
to ⧼polygonous⧽polygonous polyhedral
260masses of bituminous coal, containing in
14compressed mineral form the
261foliated fossilised⸢1fossilised1⸣ decidua of primeval
15forests which had in turn derived
262their vegetative existence from the sun,
16primal source of ⸢1[energy.]energy. heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
1⸣
[energy.]energy. heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
⸢CFanned by a constant updraught of
258 air⧽ air
11ventilation

11ventilation
air⧽ air
11ventilation

11ventilation
between the kitchen and the chimneyflue, ignition was
259
12communication⧽

12communication
communicated from the faggots of precombustibleprecombustible
13 fuel
of precombustibleprecombustible
13 fuel
to ⧼polygonous⧽polygonous polyhedral
260masses of bituminous coal, containing in
14compressed mineral form the
261foliated fossilised⸢1fossilised1⸣ decidua of primeval
15forests which had in turn derived
262their vegetative existence from the sun,
16primal source of ⸢1[energy.]energy. heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
1⸣
[energy.]energy. heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
heat ⸢3[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
3⸣
[(radiant).](radiant). (radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
(radiant),
263transmitted through
17omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether.
C⸣
⸢C[Convected heat]Convected heat ⸢1[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
1⸣
[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
a mode of motion⸢1a mode of motion1⸣ developed by
19such combustion,
⸢1[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
1⸣
[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
a mode of motion⸢1a mode of motion1⸣ developed by
19such combustion,
C⸣
[Convected heat]Convected heat ⸢1[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
1⸣
[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
a mode of motion⸢1a mode of motion1⸣ developed by
19such combustion,
⸢1[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
1⸣
[Convected heat,]Convected heat,
18 Heat
264(convected),

18 Heat
264(convected),
a mode of motion⸢1a mode of motion1⸣ developed by
19such combustion,
was
265 constantly and increasingly conveyed from the
20source of calorification to
266 the liquid contained in the vessel, being radiated
21 through the uneven
267 unpolished dark surface of the metal iron, in part
22 reflected, in part
268 absorbed, in part transmitted, gradually raising the
23 temperature of the
269 water from normal to boiling ⸢1[point.]point.point, a rise in
24temperature expressible as the
270result of an expenditure of 72 thermal units
25needed to raise 1 pound of
271water from 50° to 212° Fahrenheit.
point, a rise in
24temperature expressible as the
270result of an expenditure of 72 thermal units
25needed to raise 1 pound of
271water from 50° to 212° Fahrenheit.
1⸣
[point.]point.point, a rise in
24temperature expressible as the
270result of an expenditure of 72 thermal units
25needed to raise 1 pound of
271water from 50° to 212° Fahrenheit.
point, a rise in
24temperature expressible as the
270result of an expenditure of 72 thermal units
25needed to raise 1 pound of
271water from 50° to 212° Fahrenheit.


272
26
How⧽

272
26
How
What announced the accomplishment of this rise in temperature?


273
27A doubledouble falciform ejection of water vapour from under the kettlelid at
28 both
274 sides simultaneously.


275
1
For what personal purpose could Bloom have applied the water so
2
boiled?


276
3To shave himself.

⸢PLUS
275
1
For what personal purpose could Bloom have applied the water so
2
boiled?


276
3To shave himself.

PLUS⸣

277
4
What advantages accrued from⧽accrued from attended attended accrued from⧽accrued from attended attended shaving by night?


278
5A softer ⸢1[beard,]beard,beard:beard: 1⸣ [beard,]beard,beard:beard: a softer brush if intentionally allowed to
6remain from shave
279to shave in its ⸢1[lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather: 1⸣ [lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather:
⸢(B)a softer brush if intentionally allowed to
6remain from shave
279to shave in its ⸢1[lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather: 1⸣ [lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather: (B)⸣
a
7softer skin if unexpectedlyunexpectedly
280encountering female acquaintances ⧼at⧽at in
8remote places at incustomary ⸢1[hours,]hours,hours:hours: 1⸣ [hours,]hours,hours:hours:
⸢Ba
7softer skin if unexpectedlyunexpectedly
280encountering female acquaintances ⧼at⧽at in
8remote places at incustomary ⸢1[hours,]hours,hours:hours: 1⸣ [hours,]hours,hours:hours: B⸣

281 quiet reflections upon the
9 course of the ⸢1[day, ]day, day:day: 1⸣ [day, ]day, day:day: a cleaner sensation when
282 awaking after a
10 fresher sleep since matutinal noises, premonitions and
283 perturbations, a
11 clattered milkcan, a postman's double knock, a paper read,
284 reread while
12lathering, relathering the same spot,
⸢(B)a paper read,
284 reread while
12lathering, relathering the same spot,(B)⸣
a shock, a shoot, with
285 thought of
13 aught he sought though fraught with nought might cause a
286 faster rate of
14 shaving and a ⸢1[nick,]nick,nicknick 1⸣ [nick,]nick,nicknick for⧽for on on for⧽for on on which incision plaster with ⸢1[precision,]precision,
15 precision

15 precision
1⸣
[precision,]precision,
15 precision

15 precision

287 cut and humected and ⸢1[applied,]applied,appliedapplied 1⸣ [applied,]applied,appliedapplied adhered:
16 which was to be done.

⸢PLUS
277
4
What advantages accrued from⧽accrued from attended attended accrued from⧽accrued from attended attended shaving by night?


278
5A softer ⸢1[beard,]beard,beard:beard: 1⸣ [beard,]beard,beard:beard: a softer brush if intentionally allowed to
6remain from shave
279to shave in its ⸢1[lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather: 1⸣ [lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather:
⸢(B)a softer brush if intentionally allowed to
6remain from shave
279to shave in its ⸢1[lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather: 1⸣ [lather,]lather,agglutinated lather:agglutinated lather: (B)⸣
a
7softer skin if unexpectedlyunexpectedly
280encountering female acquaintances ⧼at⧽at in
8remote places at incustomary ⸢1[hours,]hours,hours:hours: 1⸣ [hours,]hours,hours:hours:
⸢Ba
7softer skin if unexpectedlyunexpectedly
280encountering female acquaintances ⧼at⧽at in
8remote places at incustomary ⸢1[hours,]hours,hours:hours: 1⸣ [hours,]hours,hours:hours: B⸣

281 quiet reflections upon the
9 course of the ⸢1[day, ]day, day:day: 1⸣ [day, ]day, day:day: a cleaner sensation when
282 awaking after a
10 fresher sleep since matutinal noises, premonitions and
283 perturbations, a
11 clattered milkcan, a postman's double knock, a paper read,
284 reread while
12lathering, relathering the same spot,
⸢(B)a paper read,
284 reread while
12lathering, relathering the same spot,(B)⸣
a shock, a shoot, with
285 thought of
13 aught he sought though fraught with nought might cause a
286 faster rate of
14 shaving and a ⸢1[nick,]nick,nicknick 1⸣ [nick,]nick,nicknick for⧽for on on for⧽for on on which incision plaster with ⸢1[precision,]precision,
15 precision

15 precision
1⸣
[precision,]precision,
15 precision

15 precision

287 cut and humected and ⸢1[applied,]applied,appliedapplied 1⸣ [applied,]applied,appliedapplied adhered:
16 which was to be done.

PLUS⸣

288
17
Why did absence of light disturb him less than presence of noise?


289
18Because of the surety of the sense of touch in his firm full masculine
290
19 feminine passive active hand.

⸢B
288
17
Why did absence of light disturb him less than presence of noise?


289
18Because of the surety of the sense of touch in his firm full masculine
290
19 feminine passive active hand.

B⸣

291
20
What quality did it (his hand)⸢1(his hand)1⸣ possess but with what counteracting
292
21
influence?


293
22The operative surgicalsurgical quality but that he was reluctant to shed human
294
23 blood even when the end justified the means⧼.⧽., preferring, in their natural
295
24 order, heliotherapy, ⸢1[medical therapeutics,]medical therapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics, 1⸣ [medical therapeutics,]medical therapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics,
25 osteopathic surgery.

⸢B
291
20
What quality did it (his hand)⸢1(his hand)1⸣ possess but with what counteracting
292
21
influence?


293
22The operative surgicalsurgical quality but that he was reluctant to shed human
294
23 blood even when the end justified the means⧼.⧽., preferring, in their natural
295
24 order, heliotherapy, ⸢1[medical therapeutics,]medical therapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics, 1⸣ [medical therapeutics,]medical therapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics,psychophysicotherapeutics,
25 osteopathic surgery.

B⸣

296
26
What ⸢1[were the contents]were the contentslay under exposure on the lower, middle and
27
upper shelves
lay under exposure on the lower, middle and
27
upper shelves
1⸣
[were the contents]were the contentslay under exposure on the lower, middle and
27
upper shelves
lay under exposure on the lower, middle and
27
upper shelves
of the
297 kitchen ⸢1[dresser when]dresser when dresser, dresser, 1⸣ [dresser when]dresser when dresser, dresser, opened by Bloom?


298
28On the lower shelf five vertical breakfast plates, six horizontal breakfast
299
29 cups⧽cups saucers saucers cups⧽cups saucers saucers on which rested inverted breakfast cups, a moustachecup,
300
1 uninverted, and saucer of Crown Derby, four white goldrimmed eggcups,
301
2an open shammy purse displaying coins, mostly copper, and⸢3and3⸣ a phial of
302
3 aromatic (violet)⸢3(violet)3⸣ ⸢3[comfits and a red bettingticket.]comfits and a red bettingticket. comfits. comfits. 3⸣ [comfits and a red bettingticket.]comfits and a red bettingticket. comfits. comfits. On the
4 middle shelf a chipped eggcup containing
303 pepper, a drum of table salt, four
5conglomerated
⸢B
5conglomeratedB⸣
black ⧼conglomerated⧽conglomerated ⸢B ⧼conglomerated⧽conglomerated B⸣ olives in ⸢B[oily]oily oleaginous oleaginous B⸣ [oily]oily oleaginous oleaginous
304
6 paper, an empty ⧼jar ojar o pot of Plumtree's potted meat, ⸢B[a]a an oval wicker
7basket
305bedded with fibre and containing one
an oval wicker
7basket
305bedded with fibre and containing one
B⸣
[a]a an oval wicker
7basket
305bedded with fibre and containing one
an oval wicker
7basket
305bedded with fibre and containing one
Jersey pear, a halfempty
8 bottle of
306 William Gilbey and Co's white invalid port, half disrobed of its
9swathe of
307coralpink tissue paper,
⸢Bhalf disrobed of its
9swathe of
307coralpink tissue paper,B⸣
a packet of Epps's soluble cocoa, five
10 ounces of
308 Anne Lynch's choice tea at 2/‐ per lb in a crinkled leadpaper
11 bag,
five
10 ounces of
308 Anne Lynch's choice tea at 2/‐ per lb in a crinkled leadpaper
11 bag,
a
309 bowl of⧽bowl of cylindrical canister containing the best crystallised cylindrical canister containing the best crystallised bowl of⧽bowl of cylindrical canister containing the best crystallised cylindrical canister containing the best crystallised
12 lump sugar, a bisected onion,⧽a bisected onion, two onions,
310one ⧼bisected.⧽bisected., the larger,
13 Spanish, entire, the other, smaller, Irish, bisected with
311augmented surface
⸢3with
311augmented surface3⸣

14 and more redolent,
two onions,
310one ⧼bisected.⧽bisected., the larger,
13 Spanish, entire, the other, smaller, Irish, bisected with
311augmented surface
⸢3with
311augmented surface3⸣

14 and more redolent,
a bisected onion,⧽a bisected onion, two onions,
310one ⧼bisected.⧽bisected., the larger,
13 Spanish, entire, the other, smaller, Irish, bisected with
311augmented surface
⸢3with
311augmented surface3⸣

14 and more redolent,
two onions,
310one ⧼bisected.⧽bisected., the larger,
13 Spanish, entire, the other, smaller, Irish, bisected with
311augmented surface
⸢3with
311augmented surface3⸣

14 and more redolent,
a jar of Irish Model Dairy's cream, a
312 jug of brown
15crockery
⸢Bof brown
15crockeryB⸣
of⧽of containing a naggin and a quarter of containing a naggin and a quarter of of⧽of containing a naggin and a quarter of containing a naggin and a quarter of soured
313 adulterated⸢C adulteratedC⸣ ⸢C[milk]milk
16 milk, converted by heat into water, acidulous serum and
314
17semisolidified

17semisolidified
curds,

16 milk, converted by heat into water, acidulous serum and
314
17semisolidified

17semisolidified
curds,
C⸣
[milk]milk
16 milk, converted by heat into water, acidulous serum and
314
17semisolidified

17semisolidified
curds,

16 milk, converted by heat into water, acidulous serum and
314
17semisolidified

17semisolidified
curds,
which added to the quantity subtracted for Mr
315
18 Bloom's and Mrs Fleming's breakfasts, made one imperial⸢2imperial2⸣ pint, the total
316
19 quantity originally delivered
which added to the quantity subtracted for Mr
315
18 Bloom's and Mrs Fleming's breakfasts, made one imperial⸢2imperial2⸣ pint, the total
316
19 quantity originally delivered
, two cloves, a halfpenny and a small dish
317
20 containing a slice of fresh ribsteak. On the upper shelf a battery of jamjars
318
21(empty) of various ⸢3[sizes. ]sizes. sizes and proveniences. sizes and proveniences. 3⸣ [sizes. ]sizes. sizes and proveniences. sizes and proveniences.


319
22
What attracted his attention lying on the apron of the dresser?


320
23Four polygonal fragments of two lacerated scarlet betting tickets, numbered
321
24 8  87, 88  6.

⸢(B)
319
22
What attracted his attention lying on the apron of the dresser?


320
23Four polygonal fragments of two lacerated scarlet betting tickets, numbered
321
24 8  87, 88  6.

(B)⸣

322
25
What reminiscences temporarily corrugated his brow?


323
26Reminiscences of coincidences, truth stranger than fiction, preindicative of
324
27 the result of the Gold Cup flat handicap, the official and definitive⸢3official and definitive3⸣ result
28 of
325 which he had read in the Evening Telegraph, late pink edition, in the
326
29 cabman's shelter, at Butt bridge.

⸢(B) What reminiscences temporarily corrugated his brow?


323
26Reminiscences of coincidences, truth stranger than fiction, preindicative of
324
27 the result of the Gold Cup flat handicap, the official and definitive⸢3official and definitive3⸣ result
28 of
325 which he had read in the Evening Telegraph, late pink edition, in the
326
29 cabman's shelter, at Butt bridge.

(B)⸣

327
1
Where had previous intimations of the result, effected or projected, been
328
2
received by him?


329
3In Bernard Kiernan's licensed premises 8, 9 and 10 Little Britain ⸢2[street,]street,
4street:

4street:
2⸣
[street,]street,
4street:

4street:
in
330 David Byrne's licensed premises, 14 Duke ⸢2[street,]street, street: street: 2⸣ [street,]street, street: street: in
5 O'Connell street lower,
331 outside Graham Lemon's when a dark man had
6 placed in his hand a
332 throwaway (subsequently thrown away), advertising
7 Elijah, restorer of the
333 church in ⸢2[Zion,]Zion, Zion: Zion: 2⸣ [Zion,]Zion, Zion: Zion: in Lincoln place outside the
8 premises of F. W. Sweny and
334 Co (Limited), dispensing chemists, when,
9 when Frederick M. (Bantam)
335 Lyons had rapidly and successively requested,
10 perused and restituted the
336 copy of the current issue of the Freeman's Journal
11 and National Press
337 which he had been about to throw away (subsequently
12 thrown away), he
338 had proceeded towards the oriental edifice of the Turkish
13 and Warm Baths,
339 11 Leinster street, with the light of inspiration shining in
14 his countenance
340 and bearing in his arms the secret of the race, graven in the
15 language of
341 prediction.

⸢(B)
327
1
Where had previous intimations of the result, effected or projected, been
328
2
received by him?


329
3In Bernard Kiernan's licensed premises 8, 9 and 10 Little Britain ⸢2[street,]street,
4street:

4street:
2⸣
[street,]street,
4street:

4street:
in
330 David Byrne's licensed premises, 14 Duke ⸢2[street,]street, street: street: 2⸣ [street,]street, street: street: in
5 O'Connell street lower,
331 outside Graham Lemon's when a dark man had
6 placed in his hand a
332 throwaway (subsequently thrown away), advertising
7 Elijah, restorer of the
333 church in ⸢2[Zion,]Zion, Zion: Zion: 2⸣ [Zion,]Zion, Zion: Zion: in Lincoln place outside the
8 premises of F. W. Sweny and
334 Co (Limited), dispensing chemists, when,
9 when Frederick M. (Bantam)
335 Lyons had rapidly and successively requested,
10 perused and restituted the
336 copy of the current issue of the Freeman's Journal
11 and National Press
337 which he had been about to throw away (subsequently
12 thrown away), he
338 had proceeded towards the oriental edifice of the Turkish
13 and Warm Baths,
339 11 Leinster street, with the light of inspiration shining in
14 his countenance
340 and bearing in his arms the secret of the race, graven in the
15 language of
341 prediction.

(B)⸣

342
16
What ⸢C[collateral]collateral ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying C⸣ [collateral]collateral ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying considerations allayed his
17
perturbations?


343
18The difficulties of interpretation since the significance of any event followed
344
19 its occurrence as variably as the acoustic report followed the electrical
345
20discharge and of counterestimating against an actual loss by failure to
346
21 interpret the total sum of possible losses proceeding originally from a
347
22 successful interpretation.

⸢(B)
342
16
What ⸢C[collateral]collateral ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying C⸣ [collateral]collateral ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying ⧼modify⧽modify qualifying considerations allayed his
17
perturbations?


343
18The difficulties of interpretation since the significance of any event followed
344
19 its occurrence as variably as the acoustic report followed the electrical
345
20discharge and of counterestimating against an actual loss by failure to
346
21 interpret the total sum of possible losses proceeding originally from a
347
22 successful interpretation.

(B)⸣

348
23
His mood?


349
24He had not risked, he did not expect, he had not been disappointed, he was
350
25 satisfied.

⸢1
348
23
His mood?


349
24He had not risked, he did not expect, he had not been disappointed, he was
350
25 satisfied.

1⸣

351
26
What satisfied him?


352
27To have sustained no positive loss. To have brought a positive gain to
353
28 others. Light to the gentiles.

⸢(B)
351
26
What satisfied him?


352
27To have sustained no positive loss. To have brought a positive gain to
353
28 others. Light to the gentiles.

(B)⸣

354
1
How did Bloom prepare a meal?⧽meal? ⸢B[collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile? B⸣ [collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile? ⸢B[collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile? B⸣ [collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile? meal?⧽meal? ⸢B[collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile? B⸣ [collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile? ⸢B[collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile? B⸣ [collation?]collation? collation for a gentile? collation for a gentile?


355
2He poured into two teacups two levellevel spoonfuls, four in all, of Epps's
356
3 soluble cocoa⧼.⧽. and proceeded according to the directions for use printed
4 on
357 the ⸢C[label.]label. label, to each adding after sufficient time⸢1after sufficient time1⸣ for infusion⸢3for infusion3⸣
5the prescribed
358ingredients ⧼of⧽of for diffusion⸢3 ⧼of⧽of for diffusion3⸣ in the manner and in the
6quantity prescribed.
label, to each adding after sufficient time⸢1after sufficient time1⸣ for infusion⸢3for infusion3⸣
5the prescribed
358ingredients ⧼of⧽of for diffusion⸢3 ⧼of⧽of for diffusion3⸣ in the manner and in the
6quantity prescribed.
C⸣
[label.]label. label, to each adding after sufficient time⸢1after sufficient time1⸣ for infusion⸢3for infusion3⸣
5the prescribed
358ingredients ⧼of⧽of for diffusion⸢3 ⧼of⧽of for diffusion3⸣ in the manner and in the
6quantity prescribed.
label, to each adding after sufficient time⸢1after sufficient time1⸣ for infusion⸢3for infusion3⸣
5the prescribed
358ingredients ⧼of⧽of for diffusion⸢3 ⧼of⧽of for diffusion3⸣ in the manner and in the
6quantity prescribed.


359
7
What supererogatory⸢3supererogatory3⸣ marks of special hospitality did the host show his
360
8
guest?


361
9Relinquishing his symposiarchal⸢3symposiarchal3⸣ right to the moustache cup of imitation
362
10Crown Derby presented to him by his only ⧼D⧽D daughter, ⸢2[Millicent, ]Millicent,
11Millicent (Milly),

11Millicent (Milly),
2⸣
[Millicent, ]Millicent,
11Millicent (Milly),

11Millicent (Milly),
he
363 ⸢1[drank from]drank from substituted substituted 1⸣ [drank from]drank from substituted substituted a cup identical with that of