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026.01the pure perfection and Leatherbags Reynolds tries your shuffle
026.01+Stanford: Complete Collection of Irish Music as Noted by George Petrie no. 393: 'Leather bags Donnel' [071.24]
026.01+song Phil the Fluter's Ball: 'the shuffle, and the cut'
026.01+(shuffle and cut cards)
026.02and cut. But as Hopkins and Hopkins puts it, you were the pale
026.02+Hopkins and Hopkins, Dublin jewellers
026.03eggynaggy and a kis to tilly up. We calls him the journeyall
026.03+egg-nog: a hot drink usually made of eggs, milk, sugar and spirits
026.03+Hungarian egy: a, one
026.03+Hungarian nagy: big, large
026.03+Hungarian kis: little, small
026.03+Motif: Kersse the tailor
026.03+Anglo-Irish tilly: a small extra measure given to a customer, the thirteenth of a baker's dozen (from Irish tuilleadh: added measure)
026.03+VI.B.45.134g (o): 'Gillis called the Russian (he went there)' (the first word is interpolated into the entry and not crayoned)
026.03+Mawer: The Vikings 97: 'a wealthy merchant named Gille (the name is Celtic), surnamed the Russian because of his many journeys to that country'
026.03+Motif: How Buckley shot the Russian General
026.04Buggaloffs since he went Jerusalemfaring in Arssia Manor. You
026.04+Nautical Slang buggerlugs (offensive term of address)
026.04+Slang bugger off: go away
026.04+Slang be going to Jerusalem: be drunk
026.04+VI.B.45.135a (o): 'Jerusalemfarer'
026.04+Mawer: The Vikings 100: (of a 12th century crusader king of Norway) 'the story is told of Sigurd Jerusalem-farer that on his way home from Jerusalem to Constantinople he lay for half-a-month off Cape Malea, waiting for a side wind, so that his sails might be set lengthwise along the ship and so be better seen by those standing on shore as he sailed up to Constantinople'
026.04+arse (Russian General) [.03]
026.04+Asia Minor
026.05had a gamier cock than Pete, Jake or Martin and your archgoose
026.05+Greek agamê: virgin
026.05+game-cock: a cock bred for fighting
026.05+Slang cock: penis
026.05+Peter, Jack, Martin: three brothers in Swift: A Tale of a Tub, representing the Catholic, Protestant and Anglican churches, respectively (*VYC*)
026.06of geese stubbled for All Angels' Day. So may the priest of seven
026.06+stubble-goose: goose fed on stubble, a traditional meal on the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels, better known as Michaelmas (29 September)
026.06+VI.B.32.169c (r): 'Kherheb = priest 9 worms'
026.06+Budge: The Book of the Dead (pamphlet) 35: (of Budge: The Book of the Dead ch. I and I.B) 'Chapter I was recited by the priest who accompanied the mummy to the tomb... the priest (kher heb) assumed the character of Thoth... Chapter IB gave the sāhu, or "spirit-body," power to enter the Tuat immediately after the burial of the material body, and delivered it from the Nine Worms that lived on the dead'
026.07worms and scalding tayboil, Papa Vestray, come never anear you
026.07+VI.B.32.170f (b): 'scalding water'
026.07+Budge: The Book of the Dead (pamphlet) 38: (of Budge: The Book of the Dead ch. LXIII) 'The recital of Chapter LXIII enabled the deceased to avoid drinking boiling water in the Tuat. The water in some of its pools was cool and refreshing to those who were speakers of the truth, but it turned into boiling water and scalded the wicked when they tried to drink of it'
026.07+Anglo-Irish Slang scald: hot tea
026.07+Anglo-Irish tay: tea
026.07+VI.B.45.137f (o): 'Papa Vestray'
026.07+Mawer: The Vikings 117: 'In the Orkneys and the Shetlands such names as Papa Westray or Papa Stronsay bear witness to the presence of Irish priests or papae as the Norsemen called them'
026.07+Papa Westray: one of the Orkney Islands (named after Papae, Celtic missionaries sent there by Saint Columba to preach to the Pictish natives; Norwegian -ay: -island)
026.07+Latin vester pater: the pope
026.08as your hair grows wheater beside the Liffey that's in Heaven!
026.08+song As Your Hair Grows Whiter I Will Love You More
026.08+Buddha, renouncing luxury, cut off his hair and threw it to heaven
026.08+VI.B.32.168f (r): 'wheat = Osiris'
026.08+Budge: The Book of the Dead (pamphlet) 31: 'Osiris was the Wheat-god... and the beatified lived upon the body of their god and ate him daily'
026.08+VI.B.32.170d (r): 'celestial Liffey'
026.08+Budge: The Book of the Dead (pamphlet) 38: 'cool water from the Celestial Nile and the springs of waters of heaven'
026.08+VI.B.32.169a (r): 'Hep = river in heaven'
026.08+Budge: The Book of the Dead (pamphlet) 34: (quoting from a hymn to Rā) 'Thou didst create the earth, and man, thou didst make the sky and the celestial river Hep'
026.09Hep, hep, hurrah there! Hero! Seven times thereto we salute
026.09+Buddha was addressed as 'Hero' by a monk
026.09+after his enlightenment, Buddha was saluted seven times
026.10you! The whole bag of kits, falconplumes and jackboots incloted,
026.11is where you flung them that time. Your heart is in the system
026.11+(your form is outlined in the constellations)
026.11+(Osiris was dismembered by Set and his organs scattered (according to one version, throughout the heavens))
026.11+(the Egyptian hymn to Ptah Tanen states that his head is in the heavens while his feet are on the earth, or in Duat, the underworld (D.A. Mackenzie: Egyptian Myth and Legend, 155))
026.12of the Shewolf and your crested head is in the tropic of Copri-
026.12+tropic of Capricorn
026.12+Greek koproi kaprôn: pig shit (literally 'excrements of boars')
026.13capron. Your feet are in the cloister of Virgo. Your olala is in the
026.13+Prinzessin Olala: a 1928 German film with Marlene Dietrich
026.14region of sahuls. And that's ashore as you were born. Your shuck
026.14+Sahu: incorruptible habitation of souls, in Egyptian myth
026.14+Arabic sahel: shore
026.14+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 29: 'sure as you are born'
026.14+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 20: 'a corn-shuck tick... a shuck tick' (a kind of coarse mattress)
026.15tick's swell. And that there texas is tow linen. The loamsome
026.15+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 12: 'texas' (an officer's cabin or deck on a steamboat)
026.15+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 20: 'tow-linen' (material for shirts)
026.15+song The Lonesome Road (1927; extremely popular at the time)
026.15+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 12: 'lonesome' (over ten times in Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn)
026.16roam to Laffayette is ended. Drop in your tracks, babe! Be not
026.16+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 31: 'the road to Lafayette'
026.16+Liffey river
026.16+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 31: 'dropped in my tracks'
026.17unrested! The headboddylwatcher of the chempel of Isid,
026.17+Dutch onrustig: disturbed, restless
026.17+Dutch ongerust: worried
026.17+canopic jars with heads resembling the king's were found in Tut-ankh-amen's tomb [.18] [095.27]
026.17+temple of Isis
026.18Totumcalmum, saith: I know thee, metherjar, I know thee, sal-
026.18+German tot: dead
026.18+(totally calm)
026.18+Budge: The Book of the Dead ch. XL: 'Osiris Ra, triumphant, saith: "Get thee back, Hai... Thoth hath cut of thy head, and I have performed upon thee all the things which the company of the gods ordered concerning thee in the matter of the work of thy slaughter. Get thee back, thou abomination of Osiris... I know thee, I know thee, I know thee, I know thee... Thou shalt not come to me, O thou that comest without being invoked, and whose [time of coming] is unknown"'
026.18+Anglo-Irish mether, medher: wooden drinking vessel (from Irish meadar)
026.18+Methyr: a name of Isis
026.18+Anglo-Irish jar: a pint of stout; a drink (in general)
026.19vation boat. For we have performed upon thee, thou abrama-
026.19+(a Jewish burial ceremony ends with ensuring the deceased that all burial procedures have been carried out properly and according to tradition and asking his or her forgiveness for any mistake that may have occurred)
026.19+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 31: 'The man that bought him is named Abram Foster'
026.19+Slang abram: naked
026.19+Abram-man: a beggar who feigns madness
026.19+Abraham (Genesis)
026.20nation, who comest ever without being invoked, whose coming
026.21is unknown, all the things which the company of the precentors
026.21+precentor: a person who leads the singing in a church
026.22and of the grammarians of Christpatrick's ordered concerning
026.22+Christ Church and Saint Patrick's: Dublin cathedrals
026.23thee in the matter of the work of thy tombing. Howe of the ship-
026.23+Dialect howe: tumulus, barrow, burial mound
026.23+Howe: the site of the Norse parliament during the Viking occupation of Dublin
026.23+Nautical howe! (a cry to attract attention)
026.23+VI.B.45.135h (o): 'gravechamber ship' (only last word crayoned)
026.23+Mawer: The Vikings 108: (of Viking burial) 'The body burned or unburned was either buried in a mound of earth, forming a 'how,' or was laid under the surface of the ground, and the grave marked by stones... The 'hows' were often of huge size... A large how was very necessary in the well-known ship-burial when the dead man (or woman) was placed in a grave-chamber on board his ship and the ship was drawn on land and buried within a how'
026.24men, steep wall!
026.24+VI.B.45.137g (o): 'Steep wall'
026.24+Mawer: The Vikings 115, 120: 'the Old Norse þing-völlr, the plain where the þing or popular assembly meets... This word survives in another form in more than one Thingwall among place-names... names of Norse origin which we find along the Welsh coast... Steep Holme' (i.e. 'steep wall' would mean 'steep plain')
026.24+sleep well!
026.25     Everything's going on the same or so it appeals to all of us,
026.25+{{Synopsis: I.1.2B.E: [026.25-027.21]: everything is the same without him — the kids are fine}}
026.26in the old holmsted here. Coughings all over the sanctuary, bad
026.26+VI.B.45.136c (o): 'old holmsted'
026.26+Mawer: The Vikings 124-5: (in a list of Scandinavian elements in English place-names) 'old... -HOLM. O.N. holmr, small island especially in a bay, creek, or river... homestead' ('old' is on the right edge of the left page, while 'homestead' is on the left edge of the right page, so they are situated not far from one another)
026.26+Anglo-Irish phrase bad scran to you: bad luck to you
026.27scrant to me aunt Florenza. The horn for breakfast, one o'gong
026.27+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 35: 'we heard the breakfast-horn blowing'
026.28for lunch and dinnerchime. As popular as when Belly the First
026.28+Aesop's fable of the Belly and the Members
026.29was keng and his members met in the Diet of Man. The same
026.29+diet: a legislative or deliberative assembly (primarily applied to the Holy Roman Empire and to modern Japan)
026.29+Isle of Man
026.30shop slop in the window. Jacob's lettercrackers and Dr Tipple's
026.30+Jacob's Biscuit Factory, Dublin
026.30+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Dr Tipple's...} | {Png: ...Dr. Tipple's...}
026.30+James Joyce: Ulysses.16.805: 'Dr Tibble's Vi-Cocoa'
026.30+Slang tipple: strong liquor
026.31Vi-Cocoa and the Eswuards' desippated soup beside Mother Sea-
026.31+Esau sold his birthright for a pottage of lentils (Genesis 25:29-34)
026.31+Edwards' Desiccated Soup
026.31+sippet: a small piece of toasted or fried bread, often served in soup
026.31+Mother Seigel's Syrup (tonic)
026.32gull's syrup. Meat took a drop when Reilly-Parsons failed. Coal's
026.32+(price of meat)
026.32+Motif: Persse O'Reilly
026.33short but we've plenty of bog in the yard. And barley's up again,
026.34begrained to it. The lads is attending school nessans regular, sir,
026.34+Church of the Three Sons of Nessan, Ireland's Eye, Ireland (ruins)
026.34+nice and regular
026.35spelling beesknees with hathatansy and turning out tables by
026.35+spelling bee: a spelling competition
026.35+Slang bee's knees: acme of perfection
026.35+the ancient Egyptians used beeswax, tansy, and mud for embalming
026.35+Parnell: hesitency
026.35+Greek athanasia: immortality
026.35+table-turning: the action of moving or turning a table without the application of force, such as by a group of people placing their hands on it in a spiritual gathering
026.35+multiplication tables
026.36mudapplication. Allfor the books and never pegging smashers
026.36+peg: to aim (a missile)
026.36+(proverb People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones)
026.36+smasher: a bookbinder's compressing-machine

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