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049.01whistled him before he had curtains up they are whistling him
049.02still after his curtain's doom's doom. Ei fù. His husband, poor old
049.02+Archaic doom: judgement
049.02+VI.B.6.058a (b): 'qui fuit'
049.02+Sullivan: The Book of Kells 20: 'Five pages are then occupied with the Genealogy of Christ, each line beginning with "Qui fuit"... The initials are all through interlaced with birds, dragons, beasts and snakes' (Cluster: He Was)
049.02+Italian ei fù: he was (Cluster: He Was)
049.02+(he's dead)
049.02+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...fù...} | {Png: ...fu...}
049.02+(mixed gender) [048.02] [050.06]
049.03A'Hara (Okaroff?) crestfallen by things and down at heels at the
049.03+(CHARACTER: O'Mara)
049.03+Motif: A/O
049.03+Irish a chara: my friend (vocative)
049.03+phrase down at heels: destitute
049.04time, they squeak, accepted the (Zassnoch!) ardree's shilling at
049.04+(squeaky shoes [.03])
049.04+Slang take the king's shilling: to enlist [.07]
049.04+Czech zas noc: night again
049.04+Russian zasnut': to fall asleep
049.04+Irish Sasanach: Englishman, English
049.04+German phrase auch das noch!: not that too!
049.04+Russian noch: night
049.04+Irish árd rí: high king
049.05the conclusion of the Crimean war and, having flown his wild
049.05+phrase sown his wild oats
049.05+Wild Geese: Irish Jacobite soldiers who left Ireland for the continent after the Treaty of Limerick in 1691 [.08]
049.06geese, alohned in crowds to warnder on like Shuley Luney,
049.06+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Alone in Crowds to Wander On [air: Shule Aroon]
049.06+German Colloquial löhnen: to pay up
049.07enlisted in Tyrone's horse, the Irish whites, and soldiered a bit
049.07+in 1607, in what became known as the Flight of the Earls, the Earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell, accompanied by about ninety Irish followers, fled Ireland to Europe, hoping to raise an army for an invasion of Ireland with Spanish help
049.07+Irish whites: type of potato
049.07+Whiteboys: 18th century Irish insurrectionists, dressed in white smocks
049.07+VI.B.3.101b (o): 'soldiered'
049.07+VI.B.5.020b (r): 'soldiered a while'
049.08with Wolsey under the assumed name of Blanco Fusilovna Buck-
049.08+Viscount Wolseley: Irish field marshal in Crimea
049.08+VI.B.3.080a (o): 'Blanco Buckley is the wild goose' [.05-.06]
049.08+Blanco White: Irish-Spanish priest (converted from Catholicism to Anglicanism and thence to Unitarianism)
049.08+(Motif: How Buckley shot the Russian General)
049.08+French fusil: rifle, gun
049.08+(daughter of a gun)
049.08+(son of Buckley)
049.09lovitch (spurious) after which the cawer and the marble halls
049.09+VI.B.5.128f (k): 'cawer'
049.09+caw (raven) [.10]
049.09+Irish cathair: city, citadel
049.09+Balfe: The Bohemian Girl: song I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls
049.10of Pump Court Columbarium, the home of the old seakings,
049.10+Pump Court, London
049.10+Latin columba: dove
049.10+Motif: dove/raven (*I*/*J*) [.09] [.11] [.13]
049.10+Latin columbarium: dovecote; sepulchral chamber
049.10+The Pigeonhouse, Dublin
049.11looked upon each other and queth their haven evermore for it
049.11+VI.B.25.143j (r): 'saw him no more'
049.11+Edgar Allan Poe: The Raven: 'Quoth the raven, "nevermore"' [.10]
049.11+quit their heaven (Adam and Eve)
049.12transpires that on the other side of the water it came about that on
049.12+VI.B.5.109e (r): 'it came about'
049.13the field of Vasileff's Cornix inauspiciously with his unit he
049.13+(field of battle)
049.13+Latin cornix: crow [.10]
049.14perished, saying, this papal leafless to old chap give, rawl chaw-
049.14+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...saying...} | {Png: ...suying...}
049.14+(book, or letter, bequeathed to his father)
049.14+papal legate: an ambassador sent by the pope to represent him (from Latin legatus: dispatched, bequeathed)
049.14+(belonging to papa)
049.14+Russian papirosy: cigarettes
049.14+(tobacco leaves)
049.14+Archaic chap: jaw
049.14+raw chocolate
049.14+real chocolates
049.14+Obsolete chaw: jaw
049.14+Colloquial chaw: something being chewed, a quid of chewing tobacco
049.15clates for mouther-in-louth. Booil. Poor old dear Paul Horan,
049.15+County Louth
049.15+Russian byl: he was (Cluster: He Was)
049.15+Russian byl': true story (literally 'something that has been')
049.15+(CHARACTER: Peter Cloran)
049.15+Motif: Paul/Peter
049.15+Horan: Lord-Mayor of Dublin
049.16to satisfy his literary as well as his criminal aspirations, at the
049.17suggestion thrown out by the doomster in loquacity lunacy, so
049.17+Archaic doomster: judge
049.17+Master in Lunacy
049.17+Thom's Directory of Ireland/Dublin: (of the lunacy department at Four Courts) 'Registrar in Lunacy... Chief Clerk in Lunacy'
049.18says the Dublin Intelligence, was thrown into a Ridley's for
049.18+Dublin Intelligence: the name of two or three short-lived Dublin newspapers of the late 17th and early 18th century
049.18+VI.B.5.150k (r): 'shoved him into asylum'
049.18+Connacht Tribune 19 Jul 1924, 3/4: 'Dunmore District Court': (of a marital dispute trial) 'His wife took every copper he had, and then shoved him into the asylum'
049.18+Dublin Slang Ridley's: mental hospital ward
049.19inmates in the northern counties. Under the name of Orani he
049.20may have been the utility man of the troupe capable of sustain-
049.20+utility man: actor of the smallest speaking parts in a play
049.20+Levey & O'Rorke: Annals of the Theatre Royal, Dublin 211: 'Casaboni, the most useful of "utility men"'
049.20+Levey & O'Rorke: Annals of the Theatre Royal, Dublin 219: 'the young soprano, at a short notice, sustained the part of "Lucia"'
049.21ing long parts at short notice. He was. Sordid Sam, a dour decent
049.21+Cluster: He Was
049.21+(CHARACTER: Treacle Tom)
049.21+Motif: Dear Dirty Dublin
049.22deblancer, the unwashed, haunted always by his ham, the unwished,
049.22+Motif: Delaney or Delacey
049.22+Ham, son of Noah
049.22+(Frisky Shorty)
049.23at a word from Israfel the Summoner, passed away painlessly
049.23+Israfel: Muslim archangel of music, who will blow the trumpet of resurrection on Judgement Day (a.k.a. 'The Summoner')
049.23+VI.B.25.149j (r): 'passed away to the Beyond by means of poison' ('to' not clear) [.23-.26]
049.24after life's upsomdowns one hallowe'en night, ebbrous and in
049.24+ups and downs
049.24+Epsom Downs (famous for its horse racecourse)
049.24+Italian ebbro: drunk
049.25the state of nature, propelled from Behind into the great Beyond
049.25+state of nature: in theology, natural moral state as opposed to state of grace
049.25+VI.B.7.079b ( ): 'he Beyond Behind'
049.25+Boldt: From Luther to Steiner 56: (quoting Max Stirner) 'the Christian Longing for the Beyond'
049.26by footblows coulinclouted upon his oyster and atlas on behanged
049.26+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Tho' the Last Glimpse of Erin with Sorrow I See: 'I will fly with my Coulin' [air: Coulin] [.29]
049.26+Edmund Spenser: Colin Clouts Come Home Againe (Colin Clout is Spenser's name for himself in The Shepheardes Calender)
049.26+atlas: first cervical vertebra
049.26+on behalf of
049.27and behooved and behicked and behulked of his last fishandblood
049.27+flesh and blood
049.28bedscrappers, a Northwegian and his mate of the Sheawolving
049.28+William O'Shea: 19th century Irish politician, better known as the estranged husband of Katharine O'Shea, Parnell's long-time lover and later his wife, who named Parnell as co-respondent in his divorce case from Katharine, leading to Parnell's downfall
049.28+Archaic sea-wolf: pirate [202.24]
049.28+Parnell: 'the loss with which you are threatened unless you consent to throw me to the English wolves now howling for my destruction' (in an open letter to the people of Ireland, when about to be deposed as the leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party, following the O'Shea divorce scandal and Gladstone's threat to break his alliance with the party if Parnell retains his leadership)
049.29class. Though the last straw glimt his baring this stage thunkhard
049.29+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Tho' the Last Glimpse of Erin with Sorrow I See [.26]
049.29+phrase the last straw
049.29+Danish glimt: gleam; glimpse
049.30is said (the pitfallen gagged him as 'Promptboxer') to have
049.30+(orchestra pit in a theatre)
049.30+(nicknamed him)
049.30+prompt-box: the prompter's box on a theatre stage
049.30+Levey & O'Rorke: Annals of the Theatre Royal, Dublin 83: 'principal second violin, Mr. Robert Barton... held for years the post of repetiteur or deputy-leader at the Theatre Royal... In addition to music he cultivated what was then entitled the "noble art of self-defence"... He therefore obtained the sobriquet of "Boxing Bob," by which title he was frequently greeted when he made his appearance in the orchestra'
049.31solemnly said — as had the brief thot but fell in till his head like
049.32a bass dropt neck fust in till a bung crate (cogged!): Me drames,
049.32+Bass's Ale
049.32+thrust into
049.32+Slang cogged: fraudulent
049.32+my dreams have come true
049.32+French drame: drama, play
049.33O'Loughlins, has come through! Now let the centuple celves of
049.33+Domhnall and Muirchearlach O'Lochlainn: high kings of Ireland
049.33+Anglo-Irish Lochlann: Scandinavian, Viking
049.33+centuple: hundredfold [050.06]
049.34my egourge as Micholas de Cusack calls them, — of all of whose
049.34+ego urge
049.34+Motif: Mick/Nick
049.34+Michael Cusack: founder of the Gaelic Athletic Association and the original for 'The Citizen' in James Joyce: Ulysses.12
049.34+Nicholas de Cusa: author of a philosophy of the coincidence of contraries [.36]
049.35I in my hereinafter of course by recourse demission me — by
049.35+ricorso (Vico)
049.35+demission: action of giving up or letting go from oneself
049.36the coincidance of their contraries reamalgamerge in that indentity
049.36+conicidence of contraries [.34]
049.36+Leibniz: 'identity of indiscernibles' (principle that no two things are ever absolutely identical)

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