Part: III


Episode 18: Penelope



1
[BPenelope]Penelope


1
2Yes because he never did a thing ⧼a⧽a like that before as ask to get his
2
3 breakfast in bed with a couple of eggs since the City Arms hotel when he
3
4 used to be pretending to be laid up with a sick voice doing his highness to
4
5make himself interesting for that old faggot Mrs Riordan that⧽that that he
6 thought he
5 had a great leg of and she
that he
6 thought he
5 had a great leg of and she
that⧽that that he
6 thought he
5 had a great leg of and she
that he
6 thought he
5 had a great leg of and she
never left us a farthing all for masses
7 for herself*⧼.⧽
6 and her soul greatest>greatest< miser ever was actually>ever was actually< afraid to
8 lay out ⸢3[fourpence]fourpence 4d 4d 3⸣ [fourpence]fourpence 4d 4d for her
7 methylated spirit telling me all her ailments
9she had too much old chat in
8her ⧼but⧽but about politics and earthquakesand earthquakes
10and the end of the world let us have a bit
9of fun first God help the world if
11all the women were ⸢3[like her]like her her sort her sort 3⸣ [like her]like her her sort her sort down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces
⸢1down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces1⸣
but
⸢B
9she had too much old chat in
8her ⧼but⧽but about politics and earthquakesand earthquakes
10and the end of the world let us have a bit
9of fun first God help the world if
11all the women were ⸢3[like her]like her her sort her sort 3⸣ [like her]like her her sort her sort down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces
⸢1down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces1⸣
butB⸣
she was
13 a
15 welleducated woman
and her soul greatest>greatest< miser ever was actually>ever was actually< afraid to
8 lay out ⸢3[fourpence]fourpence 4d 4d 3⸣ [fourpence]fourpence 4d 4d for her
7 methylated spirit telling me all her ailments
9she had too much old chat in
8her ⧼but⧽but about politics and earthquakesand earthquakes
10and the end of the world let us have a bit
9of fun first God help the world if
11all the women were ⸢3[like her]like her her sort her sort 3⸣ [like her]like her her sort her sort down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces
⸢1down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces1⸣
but
⸢B
9she had too much old chat in
8her ⧼but⧽but about politics and earthquakesand earthquakes
10and the end of the world let us have a bit
9of fun first God help the world if
11all the women were ⸢3[like her]like her her sort her sort 3⸣ [like her]like her her sort her sort down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces
⸢1down on
10bathingsuits and
12lownecks of course nobody wanted her to wear them I
11suppose she was
13pious because no man would look at her twice I hope Ill
12never be like her
⸢3I hope Ill
12never be like her3⸣

14a wonder she didn*⧼'⧽t want us to cover our faces1⸣
butB⸣
she was
13 a
15 welleducated woman
certainly⸢BcertainlyB⸣ and her gabby⸢3gabby3⸣ talk about Mr Riordan
16 here
14 and Mr Riordan there I suppose he was glad to get shut of her and her
17 dog
15 smelling my furfur and always edging to get up under my petticoats
18especially
16then
⸢B
18especially
16thenB⸣
still I like that in him polite to old women like thatstill I like that in him polite to old women like that and
19waiters
⸢Band
19waitersB⸣
and
17beggars too hes not proud out of nothing⸢4hes not proud out of nothing4⸣ but not always
⸢1and
17beggars too hes not proud out of nothing⸢4hes not proud out of nothing4⸣ but not always1⸣

20 if ever he got
18 anything really serious the matter with him it*⧼'⧽s much better
21 for them to go
19 into a hospital where everything is clean but I suppose
22 I*⧼'⧽d have to >drive⧽drive dring dring <drive⧽drive dring dring it
20 into him for a month
but I suppose
22 I*⧼'⧽d have to >drive⧽drive dring dring <drive⧽drive dring dring it
20 into him for a month
yes and then wed
23have a hospital nurse next thing on
21the carpet have him staying there till
24 they throw him out
have him staying there till
24 they throw him out
or a nun maybe
22like the smuttysmutty photo he has shes as
25much a nun⸢3a nun3⸣ as Im not
⸢1yes and then wed
23have a hospital nurse next thing on
21the carpet have him staying there till
24 they throw him out
have him staying there till
24 they throw him out
or a nun maybe
22like the smuttysmutty photo he has shes as
25much a nun⸢3a nun3⸣ as Im not1⸣
yes because
23 they*⧼'⧽re so weak and puling when
26 they*⧼'⧽re sick they want a woman to get well⸢1they want a woman to get well1⸣
24 if his nose bleeds you*⧼'⧽d
27think it was O tragic
⸢B if his nose bleeds you*⧼'⧽d
27think it was O tragicB⸣
and that dyinglooking one ⸢3[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off 3⸣
[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off

25the south circular
⸢1 ⸢3[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off 3⸣
[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off

25the south circular1⸣
when he sprained his foot at the
29 choir party at ⸢5[lough Bray]lough Bray the
26sugarloaf Mountain
the
26sugarloaf Mountain
5⸣
[lough Bray]lough Bray the
26sugarloaf Mountain
the
26sugarloaf Mountain
the day I wore that
30 dress Miss Stack bringing him
27 flowers the worst old ones⸢Bold onesB⸣ she could find
1 at the bottom of the basket
28 anything at all to get into a mans bedroom⸢5 anything at all to get into a mans bedroom5⸣
2with her old maids voice trying
29to imagine he was dying on account of her
3to never see thy face again
⸢3
2with her old maids voice trying
29to imagine he was dying on account of her
3to never see thy face again3⸣

30 though he looked more like a man with his
4 beard a bit grown in the bed
and that dyinglooking one ⸢3[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off 3⸣
[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off

25the south circular
⸢1 ⸢3[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off 3⸣
[that used to be doing
28skirtduty along]
that used to be doing
28skirtduty along
off off

25the south circular1⸣
when he sprained his foot at the
29 choir party at ⸢5[lough Bray]lough Bray the
26sugarloaf Mountain
the
26sugarloaf Mountain
5⸣
[lough Bray]lough Bray the
26sugarloaf Mountain
the
26sugarloaf Mountain
the day I wore that
30 dress Miss Stack bringing him
27 flowers the worst old ones⸢Bold onesB⸣ she could find
1 at the bottom of the basket
28 anything at all to get into a mans bedroom⸢5 anything at all to get into a mans bedroom5⸣
2with her old maids voice trying
29to imagine he was dying on account of her
3to never see thy face again
⸢3
2with her old maids voice trying
29to imagine he was dying on account of her
3to never see thy face again3⸣

30 though he looked more like a man with his
4 beard a bit grown in the bed

31 father was the same besides I hate bandaging
5 and dosing when he cut his
32 toe with the razor paring his corns afraid
6 he*⧼'⧽d get bloodpoisoning but if it
33was a thing I was sick then wed see
7what attention only of course the
34woman hides it not to give all the trouble
8they do
⸢3but if it
33was a thing I was sick then wed see
7what attention only of course the
34woman hides it not to give all the trouble
8they do3⸣
yes he came somewhere
35 I*⧼'⧽m sure by his appetite anyway love
9 it*⧼'⧽s not or he*⧼'⧽d be off his feed thinking of
36 her so either it was one of
10 those night women if it was down there he was
37 really and the hotel story he
11 made up a pack of lies to hide it planning it
38 Hynes kept me>Hynes kept me< who did I
12 meet ah yes I met do you remember Menton and
39 who else who let me see
13 that big babbyface I saw him and he not long
40 married flirting with a young
14 girl at Poole*⧼'⧽s Myriorama and turned my back
41 on him when he slinked
15out
⸢Bwhen he slinked
15outB⸣
looking quite conscious⸢3looking quite conscious3⸣ what harm but he had
42 the impudence to
16 make up to me one time well done to him mouth almightymouth almighty
43 and his
17 boiled eyes
>well done to him mouth almightymouth almighty
43 and his
17 boiled eyes<
of all the big stupoes I ever met and that*⧼'⧽s called a
44 solicitor
planning it
38 Hynes kept me>Hynes kept me< who did I
12 meet ah yes I met do you remember Menton and
39 who else who let me see
13 that big babbyface I saw him and he not long
40 married flirting with a young
14 girl at Poole*⧼'⧽s Myriorama and turned my back
41 on him when he slinked
15out
⸢Bwhen he slinked
15outB⸣
looking quite conscious⸢3looking quite conscious3⸣ what harm but he had
42 the impudence to
16 make up to me one time well done to him mouth almightymouth almighty
43 and his
17 boiled eyes
>well done to him mouth almightymouth almighty
43 and his
17 boiled eyes<
of all the big stupoes I ever met and that*⧼'⧽s called a
44 solicitor

18 only for I hate having a long wrangle in bed or else if it*⧼'⧽s not that it*⧼'⧽s
45
19 some little bitch or other he got in with somewhere or picked up on the sly if
46
20 they only knew him as well as I do yes because the day Dignam died⧽Dignam died
21before yesterday

21before yesterday
Dignam died⧽Dignam died
21before yesterday

21before yesterday
he
47 was writing⧽writing scribbling something scribbling something writing⧽writing scribbling something scribbling something a letter when I
22 came into the front room for the matches⧽for the matches to show
48 him ⸢B[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
B⸣
[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
death in the paper
to show
48 him ⸢B[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
B⸣
[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
death in the paper
for the matches⧽for the matches to show
48 him ⸢B[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
B⸣
[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
death in the paper
to show
48 him ⸢B[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
B⸣
[the]the
23Dignam*⧼'⧽s

23Dignam*⧼'⧽s
death in the paper
as if something told me and he covered it
49
24 up with the blottingpaper pretending to be thinking about business so very
50
25 probably that was it to somebody who thinks she has a softy in him because
51
26 all men get a bit like that at his age especially getting on to forty he is now
52
27 so as to wheedle any money she can out of him no fool like an old fool and
53
28 then the usual kissing my bottom was to hide it not that I care two straws
54
29now who he does it with or knew before that way though I*⧼'⧽d like to find
30 out
55 so long as I don*⧼'⧽t have the two of them under my nose all the time
31 like that
56 slut*⧼,⧽ that Mary*⧼,⧽ we had in Ontario terrace padding out her
32 false bottom to
57 excite him bad enough to get the smell of those painted
33 women off him once
58 or twice I had a suspicion by getting him to come near
34 me when I found the
59long hair on his coat
⸢4when I found the
59long hair on his coat4⸣
without that one when I went
35into the kitchen
60pretending he was drinking water 1 woman is not enough
36for them
⸢3when I went
35into the kitchen
60pretending he was drinking water 1 woman is not enough
36for them3⸣
it was
61 all his fault of course ruining servants then proposing that
37 she could eat at
62 our table on Christmas day if you please⸢2if you please2⸣ O no thank you
1 not in my house
63 stealing my potatoes and the oysters 2/6 ⸢B[a dozen]a dozen per
2doz
per
2doz
B⸣
[a dozen]a dozen per
2doz
per
2doz
going out to see her aunt*⧼,⧽ if
64 you please*⧼,⧽ common robbery so it
3 was but I was sure he had something on
65 with that one
but I was sure he had something on
65 with that one
it takes me to find
4 out a thing like that he said you have no
66 proof it was her proof O yes her
5 aunt was very fond of oysters but I told
67 her what I thought of her
6 suggesting me to go out to be alone with her I
68 wouldn*⧼'⧽t lower myself
7 to spy on them the garters I found in her room the
69 Friday she was out that
8 was enough for me a little bit too much
>suggesting me to go out to be alone with her I
68 wouldn*⧼'⧽t lower myself
7 to spy on them the garters I found in her room the
69 Friday she was out that
8 was enough for me a little bit too much<
her face
70 swelled up⸢BupB⸣ on her>on her<
9 with temper when I gave her her week*⧼'⧽s notice I saw to
71 that
>I saw to
71 that<
better do
10 without them altogether do out the rooms myself quicker only
72 for the damn
11 cooking and throwing out the dirt I gave it to him anyhow
73 either she or me
12 leaves the house
suggesting me to go out to be alone with her I
68 wouldn*⧼'⧽t lower myself
7 to spy on them the garters I found in her room the
69 Friday she was out that
8 was enough for me a little bit too much
>suggesting me to go out to be alone with her I
68 wouldn*⧼'⧽t lower myself
7 to spy on them the garters I found in her room the
69 Friday she was out that
8 was enough for me a little bit too much<
her face
70 swelled up⸢BupB⸣ on her>on her<
9 with temper when I gave her her week*⧼'⧽s notice I saw to
71 that
>I saw to
71 that<
better do
10 without them altogether do out the rooms myself quicker only
72 for the damn
11 cooking and throwing out the dirt I gave it to him anyhow
73 either she or me
12 leaves the house
I couldn*⧼'⧽t even touch him if I thought he
74 was with a
13 dirty barefaced⸢2barefaced2⸣ liar and sloven like that one denying it up to my
75face
14and
⸢2denying it up to my
75face
14and2⸣
singing about the place in the W*⧼.⧽ C*⧼.⧽ too because she knew she
15 was
76 too well off yes because he couldn*⧼'⧽t possibly do without it that long
16 so he
77 must do it somewhere and the last time he came on my bottom when
17 was it
78 the night Boylan gave my hand a great squeeze going along by the
18 Tolka in
79my hand there steals another
⸢3in
79my hand there steals another3⸣
I just pressed the back of his like
19 that with my
80 thumb to squeeze back
I just pressed the back of his like
19 that with my
80 thumb to squeeze back
singing the young May moon she*⧼'⧽s
20 beaming⧼,⧽, love
81 because he has an idea about him and me he*⧼'⧽s not such a
21 fool he said I*⧼'⧽m
82dining out and going to the Gaiety
⸢Bhe said I*⧼'⧽m
82dining out and going to the GaietyB⸣
though I*⧼'⧽m not
22 going to ⧼f⧽f give him the
83 satisfaction in any case God knows he*⧼'⧽s a
23 change in a way not to be always
84 and everand ever wearing the same oldold hat
24 unless I paid some nicelooking>nicelooking< boy to do
85 it since I can*⧼'⧽t do it myself a
25 young boy would like me I*⧼'⧽d confuse him a little
86 alone with him if we
26were Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones
⸢3 alone with him if we
26were Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones 3⸣
and make
87him turn red
⸢Band make
87him turn redB⸣

27 looking at him
unless I paid some nicelooking>nicelooking< boy to do
85 it since I can*⧼'⧽t do it myself a
25 young boy would like me I*⧼'⧽d confuse him a little
86 alone with him if we
26were Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones
⸢3 alone with him if we
26were Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones Id⸢4Id4⸣ let him see my garters the new ones 3⸣
and make
87him turn red
⸢Band make
87him turn redB⸣

27 looking at him
seduce him I know what boys feel with that
88down on their
28cheek
⸢3seduce him I know what boys feel with that
88down on their
28cheek3⸣
doing that frigging drawing out the thing by the hour
89 question and
29 answer would you do this that and the other with the coalman
90 yes with a
30 bishop yes I would because I told him about some dean or bishop
91 was
31 sitting beside me in the jews temples gardens when I was knitting that
92
32woollen thing
⸢Bwhen I was knitting that
92
32woollen thingB⸣
a stranger to Dublin what place was it and so on about the
93
33 monuments and he tired me out with statues encouraging him making him
94
34 worse than he is who is in your mind now tell me who are you thinking of
95
35 who is it tell me his name who tell me who the ⸢3[german emperor ]german emperor german
36Emperor
german
36Emperor
3⸣
[german emperor ]german emperor german
36Emperor
german
36Emperor
is it yes
96 imagine I*⧼'⧽m him think of him can you feel him
37trying to make a whore of me
97what he never will
⸢2
37trying to make a whore of me
97what he never will2⸣
he ought to give it up
1 now at this age of his life simply
98 ruination for any woman and no
2 satisfaction in it pretending to like it and⧽and till he till he and⧽and till he till he
99 comes and then finish it
3 off myself anyway and it makes your lips pale
100 anyhow it*⧼'⧽s done now
4 once and for allonce and for all with all the talk of the world ⧼people⧽people about it
101 people
5 make it*⧼'⧽s only the first time after that it*⧼'⧽s just the ordinary do it and
102
6 think no more about it
do it and
102
6 think no more about it
why can*⧼'⧽t you kiss a man without going and
103
7marrying him first
⸢4without going and
103
7marrying him first4⸣
you sometimes love to wildly when you feel that way so
104
8 nice all over you you can*⧼'⧽t help yourself I wish some man or other
9 would
105 take me sometime when he*⧼'⧽s there and kiss me in his arms
I wish some man or other
9 would
105 take me sometime when he*⧼'⧽s there and kiss me in his arms

10there*⧼'⧽s nothing
106like a kiss long and hot down to your soul almost
11paralyses you⧼.⧽.
⸢B
10there*⧼'⧽s nothing
106like a kiss long and hot down to your soul almost
11paralyses you⧼.⧽. B⸣
then I hate
107 that confession when I used to go to Father
12 Corrigan he touched me father
108 and what harm if he did⸢B and what harm if he didB⸣ where and I said
13 on the canal bank like a fool but
109 whereabouts on your person my child⸢3my child3⸣
14 on the leg behind high up was it yes
110 rather high up was it where you sit
15 down yes O Lord couldn*⧼'⧽t he say bottom
111 right out and have done with
16 it what has that got to do with it⸢Bwhat has that got to do with itB⸣ and did you
112whatever way he put it I
17forget no father and I always think of the realthe real
113 father
no father and I always think of the realthe real
113 father
what did he want
18to know for when I already confessed it to God
⸢2and did you
112whatever way he put it I
17forget no father and I always think of the realthe real
113 father
no father and I always think of the realthe real
113 father
what did he want
18to know for when I already confessed it to God2⸣
he
114 had a nice fat hand
19the palm moist always
⸢B
19the palm moist alwaysB⸣
I wouldn*⧼'⧽t mind feeling it neither
115would he Id
20say by ⸢3[his]his the the 3⸣ [his]his the the bullneck
⸢1neither
115would he Id
20say by ⸢3[his]his the the 3⸣ [his]his the the bullneck1⸣
in his horsecollar⸢2in his horsecollar2⸣ I wonder did he know me
116
21in the box I could see his face he couldnt see mine⸢3I could see his face he couldnt see mine3⸣ of course he*⧼'⧽d never
22turn
117or let on
⸢BI wonder did he know me
116
21in the box I could see his face he couldnt see mine⸢3I could see his face he couldnt see mine3⸣ of course he*⧼'⧽d never
22turn
117or let onB⸣
still his eyes were red when his father died theyre lost for a
23woman
118of course must be terrible when a man cries let alone them Id like to
24be
119embraced by one in his vestments and the smell of incense off him like
25the
120pope
⸢5still his eyes were red when his father died theyre lost for a
23woman
118of course must be terrible when a man cries let alone them Id like to
24be
119embraced by one in his vestments and the smell of incense off him like
25the
120pope5⸣
besides there*⧼'⧽s no danger with a priest
he
114 had a nice fat hand
19the palm moist always
⸢B
19the palm moist alwaysB⸣
I wouldn*⧼'⧽t mind feeling it neither
115would he Id
20say by ⸢3[his]his the the 3⸣ [his]his the the bullneck
⸢1neither
115would he Id
20say by ⸢3[his]his the the 3⸣ [his]his the the bullneck1⸣
in his horsecollar⸢2in his horsecollar2⸣ I wonder did he know me
116
21in the box I could see his face he couldnt see mine⸢3I could see his face he couldnt see mine3⸣ of course he*⧼'⧽d never
22turn
117or let on
⸢BI wonder did he know me
116
21in the box I could see his face he couldnt see mine⸢3I could see his face he couldnt see mine3⸣ of course he*⧼'⧽d never
22turn
117or let onB⸣
still his eyes were red when his father died theyre lost for a
23woman
118of course must be terrible when a man cries let alone them Id like to
24be
119embraced by one in his vestments and the smell of incense off him like
25the
120pope
⸢5still his eyes were red when his father died theyre lost for a
23woman
118of course must be terrible when a man cries let alone them Id like to
24be
119embraced by one in his vestments and the smell of incense off him like
25the
120pope5⸣
besides there*⧼'⧽s no danger with a priest
if you*⧼'⧽re married
26he*⧼'⧽s too careful
121about himself then give something to H*⧼.⧽ H*⧼.⧽ the
27pope for a penance
⸢Bif you*⧼'⧽re married
26he*⧼'⧽s too careful
121about himself then give something to H*⧼.⧽ H*⧼.⧽ the
27pope for a penanceB⸣
I wonder
122 was he satisfied with me one thing I didn*⧼'⧽t
28 like his slapping me behind going
123 away so familiarlyso familiarly in the hall though I
29 laughed I*⧼'⧽m not a horse or an ass am
124 I I suppose he was thinking of his
30fathers I wonder is he awake thinking of
125 me or dreaming am I in it who
31gave him that flower he said he bought
⸢3who
31gave him that flower he said he bought3⸣
he
126 smelt of some kind of drink not
32 whisky or stout or perhaps the sweety kind
127of paste they stick their bills up
33with
⸢1or perhaps the sweety kind
127of paste they stick their bills up
33with1⸣
some liqueur ⧼I⧽I I*⧼'⧽d like to sipto sip those
128 richlooking green and
34 yellow expensive drinks those stagedoor johnnies
129 drink with the opera hats
35I tasted once with my finger dippeddipped out of that
130American that had the
36squirrel talking stamps with father
⸢3
35I tasted once with my finger dippeddipped out of that
130American that had the
36squirrel talking stamps with father3⸣
he had all he
131 could do to keep himself
1 from falling asleep after the last time after we took
132 the ⸢5[claret]claret port port 5⸣ [claret]claret port port and⸢B ⸢5[claret]claret port port 5⸣ [claret]claret port port andB⸣
2 potted meat [Band claret]and claret it had a fine salty taste⸢Bit had a fine salty tasteB⸣ yes because I fell
3 sound asleep myself⧽
I fell
3 sound asleep myself
I felt lovely and
133 tired myself and fell asleep as sound
4 as a top
I felt lovely and
133 tired myself and fell asleep as sound
4 as a top
I fell
3 sound asleep myself⧽
I fell
3 sound asleep myself
I felt lovely and
133 tired myself and fell asleep as sound
4 as a top
I felt lovely and
133 tired myself and fell asleep as sound
4 as a top
the moment I popped straight⸢1straight1⸣
134 into bed till that thunder woke me
5up God be merciful to us I thought the
135 heavens were coming down about
6 us
>about
6 us<
to punish us⸢1to punish us1⸣ when I blessed myself
136 and said a Hail Mary like those
7 awful thunderbolts in Gibraltar as if the
137 world was coming to an end
>as if the
137 world was coming to an end<
and [2
8they say]

8they say
then they come and tell you⸢2they come and tell you2⸣ there*⧼'⧽s no God
138 what could
9you do if it was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about nothing only make
139an act
10of contrition the candle I lit that evening in William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽
11street chapel
140for the month of May see it brought its luck though he*⧼'⧽d
12scoff if he heard
141because he never goes to church⧼,⧽, mass or meeting he says
13your soul you
142have no soul insideinside only grey matter because he doesn*⧼'⧽t
14know what it is to
143have one
⸢B what could
9you do if it was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about nothing only make
139an act
10of contrition the candle I lit that evening in William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽
11street chapel
140for the month of May see it brought its luck though he*⧼'⧽d
12scoff if he heard
141because he never goes to church⧼,⧽, mass or meeting he says
13your soul you
142have no soul insideinside only grey matter because he doesn*⧼'⧽t
14know what it is to
143have oneB⸣
yes
I thought the
135 heavens were coming down about
6 us
>about
6 us<
to punish us⸢1to punish us1⸣ when I blessed myself
136 and said a Hail Mary like those
7 awful thunderbolts in Gibraltar as if the
137 world was coming to an end
>as if the
137 world was coming to an end<
and [2
8they say]

8they say
then they come and tell you⸢2they come and tell you2⸣ there*⧼'⧽s no God
138 what could
9you do if it was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about nothing only make
139an act
10of contrition the candle I lit that evening in William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽
11street chapel
140for the month of May see it brought its luck though he*⧼'⧽d
12scoff if he heard
141because he never goes to church⧼,⧽, mass or meeting he says
13your soul you
142have no soul insideinside only grey matter because he doesn*⧼'⧽t
14know what it is to
143have one
⸢B what could
9you do if it was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about was running and rushing about nothing only make
139an act
10of contrition the candle I lit that evening in William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ William⧽William Whitefriars*⧼'⧽ Whitefriars*⧼'⧽
11street chapel
140for the month of May see it brought its luck though he*⧼'⧽d
12scoff if he heard
141because he never goes to church⧼,⧽, mass or meeting he says
13your soul you
142have no soul insideinside only grey matter because he doesn*⧼'⧽t
14know what it is to
143have oneB⸣
yes
when I lit the lamp yes⧽yes yes⧽yes because he must
15 have come 3 or 4 times
144 with that tremendous big red⸢BredB⸣ brute of a thing he
16 has I thought the vein or
145 whatever the dickens⸢Bthe dickensB⸣ they call it was going to
17 burst though his nose is not
146 ⧼ soo⧽ soo so big
⸢Bthough his nose is not
146 ⧼ soo⧽ soo so bigB⸣
after I took off all my things
18with the blinds down
⸢B
18with the blinds downB⸣
after my hour*⧼'⧽s
147 dressing and perfuming and
19 combing it
and perfuming and
19 combing it
like iron or some kind of a thick
148 crowbar standing all the time
20 he must have eaten oysters I think a few
149 dozen
he must have eaten oysters I think a few
149 dozen
he was in great singing
21voice
⸢3he was in great singing
21voice3⸣
no I never in all my life felt anyone had
150 one the size of that to ⧼fill⧽fill
22 ⧼you⧽you make you feel full up he must have eaten a whole
151sheep after
⸢3he must have eaten a whole
151sheep after3⸣

23 what*⧼'⧽s the idea making us like that with a big hole in the middle
152 of ⧼us⧽us
24 us
the middle
152 of ⧼us⧽us
24 us
or like a ⸢5[stallion]stallion Stallion Stallion 5⸣ [stallion]stallion Stallion Stallion driving it up into you because that*⧼'⧽s all
25 they want out
153 of you with that determined vicious look in his ⸢B[eyes ]eyes eye I
26had to halfshut my
154eyes
eye I
26had to halfshut my
154eyes
B⸣
[eyes ]eyes eye I
26had to halfshut my
154eyes
eye I
26had to halfshut my
154eyes
still he hasn*⧼'⧽t such ⸢(A)[an]an a tremendous a tremendous (A)⸣ [an]an a tremendous a tremendous
27 amount of spunk in him when I made
155 him pull out and do it on me*⧼.⧽
when I made
155 him pull out and do it on me*⧼.⧽

28 considering how big it is so much the better in
156 case any of it wasn*⧼'⧽t
29 washed out properly the last time I let him finish it in
157 me nice invention they
30 made for women for him to get all the pleasure but if
158 someone gave them a
31 touch of it themselves they*⧼'⧽d know what I went
159 through with ⸢B[Rudy]Rudy
32Milly

32Milly
B⸣
[Rudy]Rudy
32Milly

32Milly
nobody would believe cutting her teeth too⸢4cutting her teeth too4⸣ and Mina
160 Purefoy*⧼'⧽s
33 husband give us a swing out of your whiskers filling her up with a
161 child or
34 twins once a year as regular as the clock always with a smell of
162 children
35 off her
always with a smell of
162 children
35 off her
the one they called budgers or something like a nigger with
163a shock
36of hair on it Jesusjack the child is a black the last time I was there a
164squad
37of them falling over one another and bawling you couldnt hear your
165ears
⸢4 always with a smell of
162 children
35 off her
always with a smell of
162 children
35 off her
the one they called budgers or something like a nigger with
163a shock
36of hair on it Jesusjack the child is a black the last time I was there a
164squad
37of them falling over one another and bawling you couldnt hear your
165ears4⸣

1 supposed to be healthy not satisfied till they have us swollen out like
166
2elephants or I dont know what
⸢3not satisfied till they have us swollen out like
166
2elephants or I dont know what3⸣
supposing I risked having another not off
167
3 him though still if he was married I*⧼'⧽m sure he*⧼'⧽d have a fine strong
4 child but I
168 don*⧼'⧽t know Poldy has more spunk in him yes that would⧽that would
5thatd

5thatd
that would⧽that would
5thatd

5thatd
be awfully jolly
⸢3yes that would⧽that would
5thatd

5thatd
that would⧽that would
5thatd

5thatd
be awfully jolly3⸣
I
169 suppose it was meeting Josie Powell and the
6 funeral and thinking about me
170 and Boylan set him off well he can think
7 what he likes now if that*⧼'⧽ll do him
171 any good
well he can think
7 what he likes now if that*⧼'⧽ll do him
171 any good
I know they were spooning
8 a bit when I came on the scene he was
172 dancing and sitting out with her the
9 night of Georgina Simpson*⧼'⧽s
173 housewarming and then he wanted to ram
10 it down my neck it was on
174 account of not liking to see her a wallflower that
11 was why we had the
175 standup row over politics he began it not mehe began it not me when
12 he said about Our Lord
176 being a carpenter at last he made me cry of course
13a woman is so sensitive
177about everything I was fuming with myself after for
14giving in only for I
178knew he was gone on me
⸢4at last he made me cry of course
13a woman is so sensitive
177about everything I was fuming with myself after for
14giving in only for I
178knew he was gone on me4⸣
and the first socialist he said
15He was
⸢5he said
15He was5⸣
he annoyed
179me so much I couldnt put him into a temper
⸢3he annoyed
179me so much I couldnt put him into a temper3⸣
still he
16 knows a lot of mixedup
180 things especially about the body and the inside
17 >I'd like⧽I'd like I often wanted I often wanted <I'd like⧽I'd like I often wanted I often wanted to study up
181 that myself what we have inside us
18 in that family physician
>I'd like⧽I'd like I often wanted I often wanted <I'd like⧽I'd like I often wanted I often wanted to study up
181 that myself what we have inside us
18 in that family physician
I could always
182hear his voice talking when the
19room was crowded and watch him
⸢BI could always
182hear his voice talking when the
19room was crowded and watch himB⸣
after that
183 I pretended I had a coolness
20on with her over him ⧼and⧽and because he used to be a
184 bit on the⸢Bon theB⸣ jealous side⸢BsideB⸣
21 whenever he asked who are you going to and I said
185 over to Floey and
I pretended I had a coolness
20on with her over him ⧼and⧽and because he used to be a
184 bit on the⸢Bon theB⸣ jealous side⸢BsideB⸣
21 whenever he asked who are you going to and I said
185 over to Floey and
he
22 made me the present of lord⸢BlordB⸣ Byron*⧼'⧽s poems and the
186 three pairs of
23 gloves so that finished that I could quite easily get him to
187 make it up any
24 time I know how I*⧼'⧽d even supposing he got in with her again
188 and was
25 going out to see her somewhere I*⧼'⧽d know if he refused to eat the
189 onions I
26 know ⸢5[several]several plenty of plenty of 5⸣ [several]several plenty of plenty of ways ask him to tuck down the collar of my
27blouse
190or
⸢2ask him to tuck down the collar of my
27blouse
190or2⸣
touch him with my veil and gloves on going out ⸢4[one]one 1 1 4⸣ [one]one 1 1 kiss
28 then would send
191 them all spinning however
touch him with my veil and gloves on going out ⸢4[one]one 1 1 4⸣ [one]one 1 1 kiss
28 then would send
191 them all spinning however
then⧽then alright we*⧼'⧽ll see
29 then
alright we*⧼'⧽ll see
29 then
then⧽then alright we*⧼'⧽ll see
29 then
alright we*⧼'⧽ll see
29 then
let him go to her she of
192 course would only be too delighted to
30 pretend she*⧼'⧽s mad>mad< in love with him
193 that I wouldn*⧼'⧽t so much mind⸢BmindB⸣
31Id just go to her and ask her do you love him
194and look her square in the
32eyes she couldnt fool me
⸢5
31Id just go to her and ask her do you love him
194and look her square in the
32eyes she couldnt fool me5⸣
but he might imagine he
195 was and make a
33declaration to her with his plabbery kind of a manner⸢4with his plabbery kind of a manner4⸣ like
196 he did to me
34 though I had the devil*⧼'⧽s own job to get it out of him though I
197 liked him
35 for that it showed he could hold in and wasn*⧼'⧽t to be got for the
198 asking
to
30 pretend she*⧼'⧽s mad>mad< in love with him
193 that I wouldn*⧼'⧽t so much mind⸢BmindB⸣
31Id just go to her and ask her do you love him
194and look her square in the
32eyes she couldnt fool me
⸢5
31Id just go to her and ask her do you love him
194and look her square in the
32eyes she couldnt fool me5⸣
but he might imagine he
195 was and make a
33declaration to her with his plabbery kind of a manner⸢4with his plabbery kind of a manner4⸣ like
196 he did to me
34 though I had the devil*⧼'⧽s own job to get it out of him though I
197 liked him
35 for that it showed he could hold in and wasn*⧼'⧽t to be got for the
198 asking

36he was on the pop of asking me too the night in the kitchen I was
199rolling
37the potato cake theres something I want to say to you only for I put
200him
1off

1off
letting on I was in a temper with my hands and arms full of pasty
201
2flour
⸢1
36he was on the pop of asking me too the night in the kitchen I was
199rolling
37the potato cake theres something I want to say to you only for I put
200him
1off

1off
letting on I was in a temper with my hands and arms full of pasty
201
2flour1⸣
in any case I let out too much the night before talking of dreams so I
202
3didnt want to let him know more than was good for him
⸢3in any case I let out too much the night before talking of dreams so I
202
3didnt want to let him know more than was good for him3⸣
she used to be
203
4 always embracing me Josie whenever he was there meaning him of course
204
5 glauming me over and when I said I washed up and down as far as
6 possible
205 asking me and did you wash possible the women are always egging
7 on to
206 that putting it on thick⸢1putting it on thick1⸣ when he*⧼'⧽s there they know by his sly⸢1sly1⸣
8 eye blinking a
207bit trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent⸢2 trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent2⸣ when they
9come out with something
⸢1blinking a
207bit trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent⸢2 trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent2⸣ when they
9come out with something1⸣
the kind
208 he is what spoils him
glauming me over and when I said I washed up and down as far as
6 possible
205 asking me and did you wash possible the women are always egging
7 on to
206 that putting it on thick⸢1putting it on thick1⸣ when he*⧼'⧽s there they know by his sly⸢1sly1⸣
8 eye blinking a
207bit trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent⸢2 trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent2⸣ when they
9come out with something
⸢1blinking a
207bit trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent⸢2 trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on trying to do⧽trying to do putting on putting on the indifferent2⸣ when they
9come out with something1⸣
the kind
208 he is what spoils him
I don*⧼'⧽t wonder
10 in the least because he was very
209 handsome at that time trying to look like
11Lord Byron I said I liked though
210he was too beautiful for a man
⸢Bthough
210he was too beautiful for a manB⸣
and he
12 was a little before we got engaged
211 afterwards though she didn*⧼'⧽t like it so
13 much the day I was laughing⧽laughing in fits of laughing
212 with the giggles⸢2 with the giggles2⸣ I
14 couldn*⧼'⧽t stop
in fits of laughing
212 with the giggles⸢2 with the giggles2⸣ I
14 couldn*⧼'⧽t stop
laughing⧽laughing in fits of laughing
212 with the giggles⸢2 with the giggles2⸣ I
14 couldn*⧼'⧽t stop
in fits of laughing
212 with the giggles⸢2 with the giggles2⸣ I
14 couldn*⧼'⧽t stop
about all my hairpins falling out one after
213 another with
15the mass of hair I had
⸢3with
15the mass of hair I had3⸣
you*⧼'⧽re always in great humour she said
214 yes
16 because it grigged her⸢BherB⸣ because she knew what it meant because I used
17to
215 tell her a good bit of what went on between us not all but just enough to
216
18make her mouth water
⸢3because I used
17to
215 tell her a good bit of what went on between us not all but just enough to
216
18make her mouth water3⸣
but that wasn*⧼'⧽t my fault she didn*⧼'⧽t darken
19the door
217much after we were married
⸢Bshe didn*⧼'⧽t darken
19the door
217much after we were marriedB⸣
I wonder what she*⧼'⧽s got⸢BgotB⸣ like
20 now after living
218 with that dotty husband of hers she had her face beginning
21 to look drawn
219 and run down⸢B and run downB⸣ the last time I saw her she must have been
22 just after a row
220 with him because I saw on the moment she was edging to
23 draw down a
221 conversation about husbands
she must have been
22 just after a row
220 with him because I saw on the moment she was edging to
23 draw down a
221 conversation about husbands
and talk about him to run
24him down
⸢Band talk about him to run
24him downB⸣
what
222 was it she told me O yes that sometimes he used to go to
25 bed with his
223 muddy boots on⸢BonB⸣ when the maggot takes him just imagine
26 having to get into
224 bed with a thing like that that might murder you any
27 moment what a man
225 well it*⧼'⧽s not the one way everyone goes mad⸢BmadB⸣
28 Poldy anyhow whatever he does
226 always wipes his feet on the mat when he
29 comes in wet or shine and always
227blacks his own boots too and
⸢3always
227blacks his own boots too and3⸣
he always
30 takes off his hat when he comes up
228 in the street like then
Poldy anyhow whatever he does
226 always wipes his feet on the mat when he
29 comes in wet or shine and always
227blacks his own boots too and
⸢3always
227blacks his own boots too and3⸣
he always
30 takes off his hat when he comes up
228 in the street like then
and now he*⧼'⧽s
31 going about in his slippers to look for
229 £10*⧼,⧽000 for a postcard
32U*⧼.⧽ p*⧼:⧽ up O sweetheart May wouldn*⧼'⧽t a thing like that
230 simply bore
33 you stiff to extinction actually too stupid even to take his boots
231 off now
34 what could you make of a man like that I*⧼'⧽d rather die 20 times over
232 than
35 marry another of ⸢B[them]them their sex their sex B⸣ [them]them their sex their sex of course he*⧼'⧽d never find another
36 woman
233 like me to put up with him the way I do know me come sleep with
37me
⸢3know me come sleep with
37me3⸣
yesyes
234 and he knows that too at the bottom of his heartat the bottom of his heart take that Mrs
1 Maybrick
235 that poisoned her husband for what I wonder in love with some
2 other man
236yes it was found out on her>it was found out on her< wasn*⧼'⧽t she >a⧽a the the <a⧽a the the downright⸢3downright3⸣
3 villain to go and do a
237 thing like that
in love with some
2 other man
236yes it was found out on her>it was found out on her< wasn*⧼'⧽t she >a⧽a the the <a⧽a the the downright⸢3downright3⸣
3 villain to go and do a
237 thing like that
*⧼.⧽ of course some men can be
4dreadfully aggravating drive you
238mad and always the worst word in the
5world what do they ask us to marry
239them for if we*⧼'⧽re so bad as all that
6comes to yes because they can*⧼'⧽t get on
240 without us
yes because they can*⧼'⧽t get on
240 without us
white Arsenic she
7put in his tea off flypaper wasnt it⸢5off flypaper wasnt it5⸣ I wonder
241why they call it that if I
8asked him he*⧼'⧽d say its from the Greek leave us as
242wise as we were⸢5we were5⸣
9before she must have been madly in love with the other
243fellow to run the
10chance of being hanged O she didn*⧼'⧽t care if that was her
244nature what
11could she do besides they*⧼'⧽re not brutes enough to go and hang a
245woman
12surely*⧼.⧽ are they⸢1are they1⸣
⸢Bof course some men can be
4dreadfully aggravating drive you
238mad and always the worst word in the
5world what do they ask us to marry
239them for if we*⧼'⧽re so bad as all that
6comes to yes because they can*⧼'⧽t get on
240 without us
yes because they can*⧼'⧽t get on
240 without us
white Arsenic she
7put in his tea off flypaper wasnt it⸢5off flypaper wasnt it5⸣ I wonder
241why they call it that if I
8asked him he*⧼'⧽d say its from the Greek leave us as
242wise as we were⸢5we were5⸣
9before she must have been madly in love with the other
243fellow to run the
10chance of being hanged O she didn*⧼'⧽t care if that was her
244nature what
11could she do besides they*⧼'⧽re not brutes enough to go and hang a
245woman
12surely*⧼.⧽ are they⸢1are they1⸣ B⸣

⸢1[They're]They're
246
13 they*⧼'⧽re

246
13 they*⧼'⧽re
1⸣
[They're]They're
246
13 they*⧼'⧽re

246
13 they*⧼'⧽re
all so different Boylan talking about the shape
14 of my foot he
247 noticed at once even before he was introduced when I was in
15 the D*⧼.⧽ B*⧼.⧽ C*⧼.⧽
248 with Poldy laughing and trying to listen I was ⸢B[wiggling]wiggling
16 waggling

16 waggling
B⸣
[wiggling]wiggling
16 waggling

16 waggling
my foot we both
249ordered 2 teas and plain bread and
17butter
⸢4we both
249ordered 2 teas and plain bread and
17butter4⸣
I saw him looking with his two
250 old maids of sisters when I stood up
18 and >went out⧽went out asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
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asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
256
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went out⧽went out asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
256
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asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
256
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even before he was introduced when I was in
15 the D*⧼.⧽ B*⧼.⧽ C*⧼.⧽
248 with Poldy laughing and trying to listen I was ⸢B[wiggling]wiggling
16 waggling

16 waggling
B⸣
[wiggling]wiggling
16 waggling

16 waggling
my foot we both
249ordered 2 teas and plain bread and
17butter
⸢4we both
249ordered 2 teas and plain bread and
17butter4⸣
I saw him looking with his two
250 old maids of sisters when I stood up
18 and >went out⧽went out asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
256
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asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
256
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went out⧽went out asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
256
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asked the girl where it was what
251 do I care with it dropping
19 out of me and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
and that black closed breeches he made
252 me buy takes you half
20 an hour to let them down wetting allall myself⸢Bwetting allall myselfB⸣ always
253 with some
21 brandnew fad
every other week⸢Bevery other weekB⸣ such a long one I did I forgot my
254
22suede gloves on the seat behind that I never got after some robber of a
255
23 woman and he wanted me to put it in the Irish times lost in the ladies*⧼'⧽
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and I
25saw
257his eyes on my feet going out through the turning door
⸢3and I
25saw
257his eyes on my feet going out through the turning door3⸣
he was
26looking
258when I looked back
⸢3he was
26looking
258when I looked back3⸣
[4through the swingdoor]through the swingdoor ⸢3 [4through the swingdoor]through the swingdoor 3⸣ and I went
27there for tea⸢4for tea4⸣ 2 days after in the hope but he
259wasnt
⸢3and I went
27there for tea⸢4for tea4⸣ 2 days after in the hope but he
259wasnt 3⸣
now how did that
28 excite him because I was crossing them when we
260 were in the other room
29 first he meant the shoes that are too tight to walk in
261 my hand is nice like
30 that if I only had ⧼the⧽the a ring with the stone for my month a
262nice
31aquamarine Ill stick him for one and a gold bracelet
⸢5if I only had ⧼the⧽the a ring with the stone for my month a
262nice
31aquamarine Ill stick him for one and a gold bracelet5⸣
I don*⧼'⧽t like my foot
263
32 so much still
because I was crossing them when we
260 were in the other room
29 first he meant the shoes that are too tight to walk in
261 my hand is nice like
30 that if I only had ⧼the⧽the a ring with the stone for my month a
262nice
31aquamarine Ill stick him for one and a gold bracelet
⸢5if I only had ⧼the⧽the a ring with the stone for my month a
262nice
31aquamarine Ill stick him for one and a gold bracelet5⸣
I don*⧼'⧽t like my foot
263
32 so much still
I made ⸢B[Poldy]Poldy him him B⸣ [Poldy]Poldy him him spend once with my foot when he
33 used to ask⧽
when he
33 used to ask
the night after Goodwin*⧼'⧽s
264 botchup of a concert so cold and
34 windy it was well we had that rum in the
265 house to mull and the fire
35 wasn*⧼'⧽t black out when he asked
the night after Goodwin*⧼'⧽s
264 botchup of a concert so cold and
34 windy it was well we had that rum in the
265 house to mull and the fire
35 wasn*⧼'⧽t black out when he asked
when he
33 used to ask⧽
when he
33 used to ask
the night after Goodwin*⧼'⧽s
264 botchup of a concert so cold and
34 windy it was well we had that rum in the
265 house to mull and the fire
35 wasn*⧼'⧽t black out when he asked
the night after Goodwin*⧼'⧽s
264 botchup of a concert so cold and
34 windy it was well we had that rum in the
265 house to mull and the fire
35 wasn*⧼'⧽t black out when he asked
to take off my
266 stockings lying on the
36 hearthrug
lying on the
36 hearthrug
in Lombard street west and another time it
267was my muddy
37boots hed like me to walk in all the horses dung I could find
⸢4and another time it
267was my muddy
37boots hed like me to walk in all the horses dung I could find4⸣

268 but of course
1 he*⧼'⧽s not natural like the rest of the world⸢3like the rest of the world3⸣ that I what did he say
269 I could
2 give ⸢4[nine]nine 9 9 4⸣ [nine]nine 9 9 points in ⸢4[ten]ten 10 10 4⸣ [ten]ten 10 10 to ⸢4[Kattie]Kattie Katty Katty 4⸣ [Kattie]Kattie Katty Katty Lanner and beat her
3 what does that
270 mean I asked him I forget what he said because the
4stoppress edition just
271 passed and the man with the curly hair in the ⸢B[Maypole]Maypole
5 Lucan

5 Lucan
B⸣
[Maypole]Maypole
5 Lucan

5 Lucan
dairy that*⧼'⧽s so polite I
272 think I saw his face before
6 somewhere
I
272 think I saw his face before
6 somewhere
I noticed him when I was tasting the
273 butter so I took my time
7 Bartell d*⧼'⧽Arcy too that he used to make fun of when
274 he ⸢B[kissed]kissed
8commenced kissing

8commenced kissing
B⸣
[kissed]kissed
8commenced kissing

8commenced kissing
me on the choir stairs after I sang Gounod*⧼'⧽s Ave
275
9 Maria what are we waiting for O my heart kiss me straight on the ⧼brown⧽brown
10brow and
276part which is my brown part
⸢3what are we waiting for O my heart kiss me straight on the ⧼brown⧽brown
10brow and
276part which is my brown part3⸣
he was pretty hot for all his tinny
11 voice
for all his tinny
11 voice
too my
277 low notes he ⸢4[said]said was always raving about was always raving about 4⸣ [said]said was always raving about was always raving about if you can
12 believe him I liked the way
278he used his mouth singing
⸢4I liked the way
278he used his mouth singing4⸣
then he said
13 wasn*⧼'⧽t it terrible to do that there in a
279 place like that I don*⧼'⧽t see
14 anything so terrible about it I*⧼'⧽ll tell him about that
280 some day not now
15 and surprise him ay and Ill take him there and show him⸢4him4⸣
281the very place
16too
⸢2ay and Ill take him there and show him⸢4him4⸣
281the very place
16too2⸣
we did it⸢4we did it4⸣ so now there you are⸢3so now there you are3⸣ like it or lump it⸢4like it or lump it4⸣ he thinks
282
17nothing can happen without him knowing
⸢Bhe thinks
282
17nothing can happen without him knowingB⸣
he hadnt an idea about my
283
18mother till we were engaged otherwise hed never have got me so cheap as he
284
19did
⸢5he hadnt an idea about my
283
18mother till we were engaged otherwise hed never have got me so cheap as he
284
19did5⸣
he was ⸢3[much]much 10 times 10 times 3⸣ [much]much 10 times 10 times worse himself anyhow⸢5anyhow5⸣ begging me to give
20 him a tiny bit
285 cut off my drawers that was the evening coming along
21 Kenilworth square
286 he kissed me in the eye of my glove and I had to take it
22 off asking me
287 questions is it permitted to enquire the shape of my
23 bedroom
the shape of my
23 bedroom
so I let him
288 keep it as if I forgot it to think of me when I saw him
24 slip it into his pocket
289 of course he*⧼'⧽s mad on the subject of drawers
25 that*⧼'⧽s plain to be seen always
290skeezing at those brazenfaced things on
26the bicycles with their skirts
291blowing up to their navels even when Milly and
27I were out with him at the
292open air fete that one in the cream muslin
28standing right against the sun so
293he could see every atom she had on
⸢Balways
290skeezing at those brazenfaced things on
26the bicycles with their skirts
291blowing up to their navels even when Milly and
27I were out with him at the
292open air fete that one in the cream muslin
28standing right against the sun so
293he could see every atom she had onB⸣
when
29 he saw me from behind following
294 in the rain I saw him before he saw me
30 however standing at the corner of
295 the Harold*⧼'⧽s cross road with a new
31 raincoat on him with the muffler in the
296Zingari colours to show off his
32complexion
⸢Bwith the muffler in the
296Zingari colours to show off his
32complexionB⸣
and the brown hat looking
297 as sly as ever⧽as sly as ever slyboots as usual slyboots as usual as sly as ever⧽as sly as ever slyboots as usual slyboots as usual
33 what was he doing there where he*⧼'⧽d no business they can
298 go and get ⸢B[anything]anything
34 whatever

34 whatever
B⸣
[anything]anything
34 whatever

34 whatever
they like from anything at all with a skirt on it⸢Bfrom anything at all with a skirt on itB⸣
35 and
where he*⧼'⧽d no business they can
298 go and get ⸢B[anything]anything
34 whatever

34 whatever
B⸣
[anything]anything
34 whatever

34 whatever
they like from anything at all with a skirt on it⸢Bfrom anything at all with a skirt on itB⸣
35 and

299 we*⧼'⧽re not to ask any questions but they want to know where were
36 you where
300 are you going I could feel him coming along skulking⸢Balong skulkingB⸣ after me
37 his eyes on
301 my neck he had been keeping away from the house he felt it
1was getting too
302warm for him so I halfturned and stopped then he
⸢5he had been keeping away from the house he felt it
1was getting too
302warm for him so I halfturned and stopped then he5⸣
pestered
2 me to say yes till
303 I took off my glove slowly watching him
till
303 I took off my glove slowly watching him
he said my
3 openwork sleeves were
304 too cold for the rain anything for an excuse to put
4 his hand ⸢B[near]near anear anear B⸣ [near]near anear anear me
305 drawers drawers [4all]all the whole blessed⸢4whole blessed4⸣ time
5till I promised to give him the pair
306off my doll to carry about in his
6waistcoat pocket O Maria ⸢4[Santissima ]Santissima Santisima Santisima 4⸣ [Santissima ]Santissima Santisima Santisima
⸢B
5till I promised to give him the pair
306off my doll to carry about in his
6waistcoat pocket O Maria ⸢4[Santissima ]Santissima Santisima Santisima 4⸣ [Santissima ]Santissima Santisima Santisima B⸣
he did
307 look a big
7 fool dreeping in the raindreeping in the rain splendid set of teeth he had made me
308 hungry to
8 look at them and ⸢B[wanted]wanted beseeched beseeched B⸣ [wanted]wanted beseeched beseeched of⸢1of1⸣ me to lift the orange petticoat I
309
9 had on with the sunray pleats that there was nobody he said he*⧼'⧽d kneel
310
10 down in the wet if I didn*⧼'⧽t so perseveringso persevering he would too and ruin his
11new
311raincoat
⸢5he would too and ruin his
11new
311raincoat5⸣
you never know what freak they*⧼'⧽d take alone with you
12 they*⧼'⧽re so
312 savage for it
they*⧼'⧽re so
312 savage for it
if anyone was passing so I lifted them a bit
13and
⸢3lifted them a bit
13and3⸣
touched his
313 trousers outside the way I used to Gardner after⸢1after1⸣ with
14my ring hand
⸢4with
14my ring hand4⸣
to keep
314 him from doing worse where it was too publicwhere it was too public I
15was dying to find out was
315he circumcised
⸢4I
15was dying to find out was
315he circumcised4⸣
he was shaking like a jelly all
16 over they want to do
316everything too quick take all the pleasure out of it
⸢Bthey want to do
316everything too quick take all the pleasure out of itB⸣

17and father waiting all the
317time for his dinner he told me to say I left my
18purse in the butchers and had
318to go back for it what a Deceiver
⸢5
17and father waiting all the
317time for his dinner he told me to say I left my
18purse in the butchers and had
318to go back for it what a Deceiver5⸣
then he
19 wrote me that letter with all those
319 words in it how could he have the face to
20 any woman after his company
320 manners making it so awkward after when
21 we met asking me have I
321 offended you with my eyelids downwith my eyelids down of course
22he saw I wasn*⧼'⧽t he had a few
322brains not like that other fool Henny Doyle
23he was always breaking or
323tearing something in the charades I hate an
24unlucky man
⸢Bof course
22he saw I wasn*⧼'⧽t he had a few
322brains not like that other fool Henny Doyle
23he was always breaking or
323tearing something in the charades I hate an
24unlucky manB⸣
and if I knew
324 what it meant of course I had to say no for
25 form sake ⧼I⧽I dont understand you
325I said
⸢2 ⧼I⧽I dont understand you
325I said2⸣
and wasn*⧼'⧽t it natural so it is
26 of course it used to be written up with a
326 picture of a woman*⧼'⧽s on that
27 wall in Gibraltar with that word I couldn*⧼'⧽t find
327anywhere
⸢Bwith that word I couldn*⧼'⧽t find
327anywhereB⸣
only for
28children seeing it too young
⸢2only for
28children seeing it too young2⸣
then writing every morning
328 a letter sometimes
29 twice a day I liked the way he made love then he knew
329 the way to take a
30 woman when he sent me the 8 big poppies because mine
330was the 8th
⸢3when he sent me the 8 big poppies because mine
330was the 8th3⸣
then
31 I wrote
then
31 I wrote
the night he kissed my heart at Dolphin*⧼'⧽s barn I
331couldn*⧼'⧽t
32describe it simply
⸢BI
331couldn*⧼'⧽t
32describe it simplyB⸣
it makes you feel like nothing on earth but he
332 never
33 knew how to embrace well like Gardner I hope he*⧼'⧽ll come on Monday
333 as
34 he said at the same time four I hate people who come at all hours answer
334 the
35 door you think it*⧼'⧽s the vegetables then it*⧼'⧽s somebody and you all
335
36 undressed or the door of the filthy sloppysloppy kitchen blowsblows open the day
37 old
336 frostyface⸢B frostyfaceB⸣ Goodwin called about the concert in Lombard street and
1I just
337after dinner all flushed and tossed with boiling old ⧼stst stew
⸢Band
1I just
337after dinner all flushed and tossed with boiling old ⧼stst stewB⸣

2 don*⧼'⧽t look at me
338 professor I had to say I*⧼'⧽m a fright
don*⧼'⧽t look at me
338 professor I had to say I*⧼'⧽m a fright
yes but he was
3a real old gent in his way it
339was impossible to be more respectful
⸢Byes but he was
3a real old gent in his way it
339was impossible to be more respectfulB⸣
nobody
4 to say you*⧼'⧽re out you have to
340 peep out through the blind like the
5 messengerboy today
like the
5 messengerboy today
I thought it was a
341putoff first him sending the port
6and the peaches first and
⸢3 like the
5 messengerboy today
like the
5 messengerboy today
I thought it was a
341putoff first him sending the port
6and the peaches first and3⸣
I was just
342 beginning to yawn with nerves
7thinking he was trying to make a fool of me
⸢3
7thinking he was trying to make a fool of me3⸣

343 when I knew his tattarrattat
8 at the door he must have been a bit late because
344 it was 1⁄41⁄4 after ⸢3[three]three 3 3 3⸣ [three]three 3 3
9 when I saw the ⸢3[two]two 2 2 3⸣ [two]two 2 2 Dedalus girls coming from school I never
345know
10the time even that watch he gave me never seems to go properly Id
346want to
11get it looked after
⸢4I never
345know
10the time even that watch he gave me never seems to go properly Id
346want to
11get it looked after4⸣
when I threw the penny to that lame sailor for
347England
12home and beauty
⸢Bfor
347England
12home and beautyB⸣
when I was whistling there is a charming girl I
348love
⸢3when I was whistling there is a charming girl I
348love3⸣

13 and I hadn*⧼'⧽t even put on my clean shift or powdered myself or a thingor powdered myself or a thing
349
14 then this day week we*⧼'⧽re to go to Belfast just as well ⸢B[Poldy]Poldy he he B⸣ [Poldy]Poldy he he has to
15 go to Ennis
350 his father*⧼'⧽s anniversary the 27th it wouldn*⧼'⧽t be pleasant if
16 he did suppose our
351 rooms at the hotel were beside each other and any
17 fooling went on in the
352new bed
⸢Bin the
352new bedB⸣
I couldn*⧼'⧽t tell him to stop and not
18 bother me with him in the next
353 room or perhaps some protestant
19 clergyman with a cough knocking on the
354 wall
or perhaps some protestant
19 clergyman with a cough knocking on the
354 wall
then he*⧼'⧽d never believe
20the next day we didn*⧼'⧽t do something it*⧼'⧽s all very
355 well a husband but
21 you can*⧼'⧽t fool a lover after me telling him we never did
356 anything of
22course he didnt believe me
⸢3of
22course he didnt believe me3⸣
no it*⧼'⧽s better he*⧼'⧽s going where he is
357
23 besides something always happens with him the time going to the ⸢B[Cork]Cork
24Mallow

24Mallow
B⸣
[Cork]Cork
24Mallow

24Mallow

358concert at Maryborough ordering boiling soup for the two of us
25 then the
359 bell rang out he walks down the platform with the soup splashing [1
26on]

26on
⸢B [1
26on]

26on
B⸣
about
360 taking spoonfuls of it hadnt he the nerve⸢5hadnt he the nerve5⸣ and the waiter
27 after him making a
361 holyholy show of us screeching and confusion for the
28 engine to start but he
362 wouldn*⧼'⧽t pay till he finished it the two gentlemen in
29 the ⧼3r⧽3r 3rd class⸢2 ⧼3r⧽3r 3rd class2⸣ carriage
363 said he was quite right so he was too he*⧼'⧽s so
30 pigheaded sometimes when he
364 gets a thing into his head a good job he was
31 able to open the carriage door
365 with his knife or they*⧼'⧽d have taken us on
32 to Cork I suppose that was done
366 out of revenge on him O⸢BOB⸣ I love jaunting
33 in a train or a car with lovely soft
367cushions
⸢Bwith lovely soft
367cushionsB⸣
I wonder will he take a
34 firstclass⧽firstclass 1st class 1st class firstclass⧽firstclass 1st class 1st class for me he might want to do it in
368 the train by tipping
35 the guard well O I suppose therell be the usual idiots of
369 men gaping at us
36 with their eyes as stupid as ever they can possibly⸢1possibly1⸣ bewith their eyes as stupid as ever they can possibly⸢1possibly1⸣ be that
370was an
37exceptional man that common workmanthat common workman that left us alone in the
371carriage
1that day going to Howth Id like to find out something about him
⸢5that
370was an
37exceptional man that common workmanthat common workman that left us alone in the
371carriage
1that day going to Howth Id like to find out something about him5⸣
⸢5[one]one 1 1 5⸣ [one]one 1 1
372
2 or ⸢5[two]two 2 2 5⸣ [two]two 2 2 tunnels perhaps then you have to look out of the window all
3 the nicer
373 then coming back suppose I never came back what would they say
4 eloped
374 with him that gets you on on the stage the last concert I sang at
5 where it*⧼'⧽s
375 over a year ago when was it St Teresa*⧼'⧽s hall Clarendon St ⸢B[slips]slips
6 little chits

6 little chits
B⸣
[slips]slips
6 little chits

6 little chits
of
376 girls⧽girls missies missies girls⧽girls missies missies they have now singing Kathleen
7 Kearney and her like on account of
377 father being in the army and my
8 singing the absentminded beggar
and my
8 singing the absentminded beggar
and
378wearing a brooch for Lord
9Roberts
⸢Band
378wearing a brooch for Lord
9RobertsB⸣
when I had the map of it all⸢1when I had the map of it all1⸣ and Poldy
379 not Irish enough was it
10 him managed it this time I wouldn*⧼'⧽t put it past him
380 like he got me on to
11sing in the Stabat Mater by going around saying he was
381putting Lead
12Kindly Light to music I put him up to that⸢4I put him up to that4⸣ till the jesuits found
382out he was
13a freemason thumping the piano lead Thou me on copied from
383some old
14opera yes and
⸢B like he got me on to
11sing in the Stabat Mater by going around saying he was
381putting Lead
12Kindly Light to music I put him up to that⸢4I put him up to that4⸣ till the jesuits found
382out he was
13a freemason thumping the piano lead Thou me on copied from
383some old
14opera yes andB⸣
he was going about with some of them ⸢(A)[Sinn]Sinn Sinner Sinner (A)⸣ [Sinn]Sinn Sinner Sinner
15 Fein
384 lately⸢B latelyB⸣ or whatever they call themselves talking his usual trash and
16 nonsense
385 he says that little man he showed me without the neck is very
17 intelligent the
386 coming man Griffiths is he well he doesn*⧼'⧽t look it that*⧼'⧽s⸢Bthat*⧼'⧽sB⸣
18 all I can say
he says that little man he showed me without the neck is very
17 intelligent the
386 coming man Griffiths is he well he doesn*⧼'⧽t look it that*⧼'⧽s⸢Bthat*⧼'⧽sB⸣
18 all I can say
still it
387 must have been him he knew there was a boycott I hate
19 the mention of their
388 politics after the war that Pretoria and Ladysmith
20 and Bloemfontein where
389 Gardner*⧼,⧽ lieut Stanley*⧼,⧽ G*⧼,⧽ 8th Bn ⸢1[Somerset Lt Infantry killed]Somerset Lt Infantry killed
21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever

21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever
1⸣
[Somerset Lt Infantry killed]Somerset Lt Infantry killed
21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever

21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever
he
22was
390a lovely fellow in khaki and just the right height over me⸢4and just the right height over me4⸣ I*⧼'⧽m sure
23he was
391brave too he said I was lovely the evening we kissed goodbye at the
24canal
392lock my Irish beauty he was pale with excitement about going away
25or we*⧼'⧽d
393be seen from the road he couldn*⧼'⧽t stand properly and I so hot
26as I never felt
⸢Bhe
22was
390a lovely fellow in khaki and just the right height over me⸢4and just the right height over me4⸣ I*⧼'⧽m sure
23he was
391brave too he said I was lovely the evening we kissed goodbye at the
24canal
392lock my Irish beauty he was pale with excitement about going away
25or we*⧼'⧽d
393be seen from the road he couldn*⧼'⧽t stand properly and I so hot
26as I never feltB⸣

394 they could have made their peace in the beginning or old
27 oom Paul and the
395 rest of the other>other< old Krugers go and fight it out
28 between them instead of
396 dragging on for years killing any finelooking⸢BfinelookingB⸣
29 men there were
and Bloemfontein where
389 Gardner*⧼,⧽ lieut Stanley*⧼,⧽ G*⧼,⧽ 8th Bn ⸢1[Somerset Lt Infantry killed]Somerset Lt Infantry killed
21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever

21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever
1⸣
[Somerset Lt Infantry killed]Somerset Lt Infantry killed
21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever

21 2nd East Lancs Rgt of enteric fever
he
22was
390a lovely fellow in khaki and just the right height over me⸢4and just the right height over me4⸣ I*⧼'⧽m sure
23he was
391brave too he said I was lovely the evening we kissed goodbye at the
24canal
392lock my Irish beauty he was pale with excitement about going away
25or we*⧼'⧽d
393be seen from the road he couldn*⧼'⧽t stand properly and I so hot
26as I never felt
⸢Bhe
22was
390a lovely fellow in khaki and just the right height over me⸢4and just the right height over me4⸣ I*⧼'⧽m sure
23he was
391brave too he said I was lovely the evening we kissed goodbye at the
24canal
392lock my Irish beauty he was pale with excitement about going away
25or we*⧼'⧽d
393be seen from the road he couldn*⧼'⧽t stand properly and I so hot
26as I never feltB⸣

394 they could have made their peace in the beginning or old
27 oom Paul and the
395 rest of the other>other< old Krugers go and fight it out
28 between them instead of
396 dragging on for years killing any finelooking⸢BfinelookingB⸣
29 men there were
with their
397fever if he was even decently shot it wouldnt
30have been so ⸢5[mad]mad bad bad 5⸣ [mad]mad bad bad
⸢4with their
397fever if he was even decently shot it wouldnt
30have been so ⸢5[mad]mad bad bad 5⸣ [mad]mad bad bad 4⸣
I love to see a
398 regiment pass in review the first
31time I saw the Spanish cavalry at La Roque
399it was lovely after looking
32across the bay from Algeciras all the lights of the
400rock like fireflies
⸢Bthe first
31time I saw the Spanish cavalry at La Roque
399it was lovely after looking
32across the bay from Algeciras all the lights of the
400rock like firefliesB⸣
or
33 those sham battles on the 15 acres
or
33 those sham battles on the 15 acres
the Black Watch with
401 their kilts in time
34at the march past
⸢4
34at the march past4⸣
the 10th⸢510th5⸣ hussars the prince of Wales
402own
⸢5the prince of Wales
402own5⸣
or the
35lancers O the lancers theyre grand
⸢1the 10th⸢510th5⸣ hussars the prince of Wales
402own
⸢5the prince of Wales
402own5⸣
or the
35lancers O the lancers theyre grand1⸣
or the Dublins that won
403Tugela
⸢1that won
403Tugela1⸣
his
36 father made his money over selling the horses for the cavalry
404 well he could
37 buy me a nice present up in Belfast after what I gave him
405 they*⧼'⧽ve lovely
1 linen up there or one of those nice kimono things I must buy a
406 mothball
2 like I had before to keep in the drawer with them
I must buy a
406 mothball
2 like I had before to keep in the drawer with them
it would be
407 exciting
3 going round with him shopping buying those things in a new city
408 better
4 leave this ring behind want to keep turning and turning to get it over
409 the
5 knuckle there or they might bell it round the town in their papers or tell
410 the
6 police on me but they*⧼'⧽d think we*⧼'⧽re married O let them all go and
411
7 smother themselves for ⸢4[all]all the fat lot the fat lot 4⸣ [all]all the fat lot the fat lot I care he has plenty of money and
8 he*⧼'⧽s not
412 a marrying man so ⸢1[someone]someone somebody somebody 1⸣ [someone]someone somebody somebody better get it out of
9 him if I could find out
413 whether he likes me I looked a bit washy of course
10 when I looked close in
414 the handglass powdering
when I looked close in
414 the handglass powdering
a mirror never gives you
11 the expression besides
415 lying⧽lying scrooching down scrooching down lying⧽lying scrooching down scrooching down on me like that all the
12 time with his big hipbones he*⧼'⧽s
416 heavy too with his hairy chest⸢Bwith his hairy chestB⸣ for this
13 heat always having to lie down for
417them
⸢4always having to lie down for
417them4⸣
better for him put it into me
14 from behind the way Mrs ⸢B[Galbraith]Galbraith ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky B⸣ [Galbraith]Galbraith ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky
418 told me her
15 husband made her like the dogs do it and stick out her tongue
419 as far as ever
16 she could and he so quiet and mild with his tingating cither⸢Bwith his tingating citherB⸣
420 [1 you never] you never
17 can you ever⸢1you ever1⸣ be up to men the way it takes them
better for him put it into me
14 from behind the way Mrs ⸢B[Galbraith]Galbraith ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky B⸣ [Galbraith]Galbraith ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky ⧼Citron⧽Citron Mastiansky
418 told me her
15 husband made her like the dogs do it and stick out her tongue
419 as far as ever
16 she could and he so quiet and mild with his tingating cither⸢Bwith his tingating citherB⸣
420 [1 you never] you never
17 can you ever⸢1you ever1⸣ be up to men the way it takes them
lovely stuff in that blue
18 suit
421 he had on and stylish tie and [Bsilk]silk socks with the skyblue silk things
19on them
⸢Bwith the skyblue silk things
19on themB⸣
he*⧼'⧽s
422 certainly ⸢3[well off]well off welloff I know by the cut his clothes
20have and his heavy watch
welloff I know by the cut his clothes
20have and his heavy watch
3⸣
[well off]well off welloff I know by the cut his clothes
20have and his heavy watch
welloff I know by the cut his clothes
20have and his heavy watch
but
423 he was like a perfect⸢BperfectB⸣ devil for a few
21 minutes after he came back with the
424stoppress tearing up the ⸢1[ticket]ticket
22tickets

22tickets
1⸣
[ticket]ticket
22tickets

22tickets
and swearing blazes
tearing up the ⸢1[ticket]ticket
22tickets

22tickets
1⸣
[ticket]ticket
22tickets

22tickets
and swearing blazes
because he lost 20 quid
425 he said he lost over
23 that outsider that won and half he put on for me on
426 account of
24 Lenehan*⧼'⧽s tip cursing him to the lowest pits⸢1cursing him to the lowest pits1⸣ that sponger⸢Bthat spongerB⸣ he was
427
25 making free with me after the Glencree dinner coming back that long
26 joult
>that long
26 joult<

428 over the featherbed mountain after the lord Mayor looking at me
27with his
429dirty eyes Val Dillon
⸢3after the lord Mayor looking at me
27with his
429dirty eyes Val Dillon3⸣
that big heathen⸢5that big heathen5⸣ I first noticed him at
28dessert when I
430was cracking the nuts with my teeth
⸢BI first noticed him at
28dessert when I
430was cracking the nuts with my teethB⸣
I ⸢B[wish ]wish wished wished B⸣ [wish ]wish wished wished I
29 could have picked every
431morsel of
⸢Bevery
431morsel ofB⸣
that chicken out of my fingers it was
30 so tasty and browned and as
432 tender as anything
>and as
432 tender as anything<
only for I didn*⧼'⧽t
31want to eat everything on my plate
⸢2only for I didn*⧼'⧽t
31want to eat everything on my plate2⸣
those
433 forks and fishslicers>and fishslicers< were
32 hallmarked silver too I wish I had some I could
434 easily have slipped a couple
33 into my muff
he was
427
25 making free with me after the Glencree dinner coming back that long
26 joult
>that long
26 joult<

428 over the featherbed mountain after the lord Mayor looking at me
27with his
429dirty eyes Val Dillon
⸢3after the lord Mayor looking at me
27with his
429dirty eyes Val Dillon3⸣
that big heathen⸢5that big heathen5⸣ I first noticed him at
28dessert when I
430was cracking the nuts with my teeth
⸢BI first noticed him at
28dessert when I
430was cracking the nuts with my teethB⸣
I ⸢B[wish ]wish wished wished B⸣ [wish ]wish wished wished I
29 could have picked every
431morsel of
⸢Bevery
431morsel ofB⸣
that chicken out of my fingers it was
30 so tasty and browned and as
432 tender as anything
>and as
432 tender as anything<
only for I didn*⧼'⧽t
31want to eat everything on my plate
⸢2only for I didn*⧼'⧽t
31want to eat everything on my plate2⸣
those
433 forks and fishslicers>and fishslicers< were
32 hallmarked silver too I wish I had some I could
434 easily have slipped a couple
33 into my muff
when I was playing with them⸢Bwhen I was playing with themB⸣
435 then ⸢1then 1⸣ always hanging out
34 of them for money in a restaurant for the bit you
436put down your throat
⸢1for the bit you
436put down your throat1⸣

35 we have to be thankful for our mangy⸢BmangyB⸣ cup of tea ⸢1[even ]even itself itself 1⸣ [even ]even itself itself
437 as a
36 great compliment to be noticedto be noticed the way the world is divided in any case
438 if
1 it*⧼'⧽s going to go on I want at least two other good chemises for one
2thing
⸢1for one
2thing1⸣

439 and but I don*⧼'⧽t know what kind of drawers he likes none at all I
3 think didn*⧼'⧽t
440 he say [Bthen ]then yes and⸢1yes and1⸣ half the girls in Gibraltar never
4wore them either naked as
441God made them
⸢Bhalf the girls in Gibraltar never
4wore them either naked as
441God made themB⸣
that Andalusian singing her
5Manola she didn⧼'⧽'t make much
442secret of what she hadnt yes and
⸢1that Andalusian singing her
5Manola she didn⧼'⧽'t make much
442secret of what she hadnt yes and1⸣
the
6 second pair of silkette stockings is
443 laddered after one day*⧼'⧽s wear I could
7 have brought them back to ⸢(5)[Sparrow's]Sparrow's Lewers Lewers (5)⸣ [Sparrow's]Sparrow's Lewers Lewers this
444 morning and ⸢4[made them]made them
8 kicked up a row and made that one

8 kicked up a row and made that one
4⸣
[made them]made them
8 kicked up a row and made that one

8 kicked up a row and made that one
change them only not
9 to
445 upset myself and⸢4 upset myself and4⸣ run the risk of walking into him and spoiling
10 everything⧽
spoiling
10 everything
ruining the whole
446 thing
ruining the whole
446 thing
spoiling
10 everything⧽
spoiling
10 everything
ruining the whole
446 thing
ruining the whole
446 thing
and one of those kidfitting corsets
11 I*⧼'⧽d want advertised cheap in the
447 Gentlewoman with elastic gores on the
12 hips he saved the one I have but
448 that*⧼'⧽s no good what did they say they
13 give a delightful figure line
449 11/6 obviating that unsightly broad appearance
14 about⧽about across across about⧽about across across the lower back to reduce
450 flesh my belly is a bit too big
15 >and⧽and I*⧼'⧽ll have to knock off the stout at dinner or am I
451getting too fond
16of it
⸢2or am I
451getting too fond
16of it2⸣
the last they sent from O*⧼'⧽Rourke*⧼'⧽s was as flat as a
452pancake he
17makes his money easy Larry they call him the old mangy parcel
453he sent at
18Xmas a cottage cake and a bottle of hogwash ⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
he ⸢4[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
⸢1hogwash ⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

19palms
tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
454as
4⸣
[calls]calls
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19palms
tried to palm tried to palm

19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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off
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⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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1⸣
claret that⸢4that4⸣ he couldn*⧼'⧽t get anyone to
20drink God spare his spit for fear he*⧼'⧽d
455die of the drouth
⸢Bthe last they sent from O*⧼'⧽Rourke*⧼'⧽s was as flat as a
452pancake he
17makes his money easy Larry they call him the old mangy parcel
453he sent at
18Xmas a cottage cake and a bottle of hogwash ⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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⸢1hogwash ⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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1⸣
claret that⸢4that4⸣ he couldn*⧼'⧽t get anyone to
20drink God spare his spit for fear he*⧼'⧽d
455die of the drouthB⸣
or
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451getting too fond
16of it
⸢2or am I
451getting too fond
16of it2⸣
the last they sent from O*⧼'⧽Rourke*⧼'⧽s was as flat as a
452pancake he
17makes his money easy Larry they call him the old mangy parcel
453he sent at
18Xmas a cottage cake and a bottle of hogwash ⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
19palms⧽

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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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off
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off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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off
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off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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off
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off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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off
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off
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⸢1hogwash ⸢2[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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off
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off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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off
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off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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off
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off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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2⸣
[called]called he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm

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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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he ⸢4[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm

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off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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4⸣
[calls]calls
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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tried to palm tried to palm
off
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