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223.01on. Mirrylamb, she was shuffering all the diseasinesses of the un-
223.01+Mary Lamb: sister and collaborator of Charles Lamb, killed her mother and suffered from mental illness throughout her life (*I*)
223.01+nursery rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb
223.01+unheard of
223.02herd of. Mary Louisan Shousapinas! If Arck could no more salve
223.02+herd of (lambs) [.01]
223.02+Marie Louise and Josephine (Napoleon's wives; *IJ*)
223.02+Anglo-Irish phrase Jesus, Mary and Joseph! (exclamation of shock or surprise)
223.02+(Noah's) ark
223.03his agnols from the wiles of willy wooly woolf! If all the airish
223.03+Italian Archaic agnoli: angels
223.03+French agnelles: female lambs
223.03+Archaic wooly: woolly
223.03+children's game Wolf ('shepherd' has to save 'sheep' from 'wolf')
223.03+Bearlagair Na Saer airig: a mason
223.04signics of her dipandump helpabit from an Father Hogam till
223.04+deaf and dumb alphabet (signs in air)
223.04+up and down
223.04+help a bit
223.04+Irish an: the
223.04+Father William Hogan was excommunicated for his role in the 19th century Philadelphia Schism
223.04+Ogham: ancient Irish system of writing
223.05the Mutther Masons could not that Glugg to catch her by the
223.05+German Mutter: mother
223.05+Douglas: London Street Games 53: (a skipping and shuttlecock chant) 'Old mother Mason — broke a basin' (children's game)
223.05+'Mother Mason's': shebeen, King Street South, Dublin
223.05+Mason invented steel pen nibs
223.05+(Freemasons' secret signs)
223.06calour of her brideness! Not Rose, Sevilla nor Citronelle; not
223.06+Latin calor: warmth, passion
223.06+colour of her brightness
223.06+Motif: 7 colours of rainbow [.06-.07]
223.06+rose (light red)
223.06+Seville oranges (orange)
223.06+French citron: lemon (yellow)
223.07Esmeralde, Pervinca nor Indra; not Viola even nor all of them
223.07+emerald (green)
223.07+Italian pervinca: periwinkle (blue flower)
223.07+Viola: genus of violets
223.08four themes over. But, the monthage stick in the melmelode jawr,
223.08+4 x 7 = 28 (days of February; Motif: 28-29; *Q*)
223.08+month (of February)
223.08+Danish hage: chin
223.08+Italian melme: muds
223.08+marmalade jar
223.08+Italian lode: praise
223.09I am (twintomine) all thees thing. Up tighty in the front, down
223.09+Macalister: The Secret Languages of Ireland 31: (quotes the song of Amorgen whose first thirteen lines begin with) 'I am'
223.09+twin of mine
223.09+twenty-nine (Motif: 28-29)
223.09+all these things
223.09+(mimed clues)
223.09+(sound-description of 'heliotrope' based on Sir Richard Paget's gestural articulation theory on the nature of human speech (e.g. in Paget: Babel)) (Motif: heliotrope)
223.10again on the loose, drim and drumming on her back and a pop
223.10+Irish druim, drom: back
223.10+nursery rhyme Pop Goes the Weasel (also children's game)
223.11from her whistle. What is that, O holytroopers? Isot givin yoe?
223.11+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. XXVII, 'Ursula, St.', 803b: (quoting Butler's Lives of the Saints about Saint Ursula and her companions) 'these holy martyrs seem... to have met a glorious death in defence of their virginity from the army of the Huns... They came originally from Britain, and Ursula was the conductor and encourager of the holy troop'
223.11+Motif: heliotrope
223.11+Italian Isotta: Isolde
223.11+is it given you?
223.12     Up he stulpled, glee you gees, with search a fling did die near
223.12+{{Synopsis: II.1.2.C: [223.12-223.24]: the antagonists meet — like Patrick meeting Ossian}}
223.12+German stolpern: to stumble
223.12+Dublin Slang gee: female genitalia
223.12+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...gees, with...} | {Png: ...gees with...}
223.12+such a thing did I ne'er see
223.13sea, beamy owen and calmy hugh and if you what you my call for
223.13+be my own
223.13+Owen Roe O'Neill and his uncle, Hugh O'Neill, were famous 16th-17th century Irish leaders and rebels
223.13+call my hue
223.13+(if you call the correct colour)
223.13+MacCool: Finn's patronymic
223.14me I will wishyoumaycull for you.
223.14+Colloquial what-you-may-call-it (a stand-in for a forgotten word)
223.15     And they are met, face a facing. They are set, force to force.
223.15+face to face
223.15+James Joyce: Ulysses.12.1360: 'But, says Bloom, isn't discipline the same everywhere. I mean wouldn't it be the same here if you put force against force?... We'll put force against force, says the citizen'
223.15+face to face
223.16And no such Copenhague-Marengo was less so fated for a fall
223.16+Copenhagen: Wellington's horse
223.16+Marengo: Napoleon's horse
223.17since in Glenasmole of Smiling Thrushes Patch Whyte passed
223.17+VI.B.32.027e (b): 'SP meets Ossian Glenasmole (of Thrushes)' (Saint Patrick, Ossian)
223.17+Glenasmole: Finn's hunting ground in the Dublin mountains, where Ossian, Finn's son, after three-hundred years in the Land of the Young (Irish Tír na nÓg), fell from his white horse while lifting a heavy stone, touched ground and instantly became old (Irish Glenasmole: Glen of the Thrushes)
223.17+VI.B.32.047c (b): '*C* Patch (Patrick)'
223.17+Patch: nickname for Patrick
223.17+according to legend, Saint Patrick (Christian Ireland) met with Ossian (Pagan Ireland) after the latter fell from his horse, touched the ground, and aged 300 years (James Joyce: Ulysses.9.578: 'Oisin with Patrick')
223.18O'Sheen ascowl.
223.18+Ossian [.17]
223.18+scald: poet
223.19     Arrest thee, scaldbrother! came the evangelion, sabre accu-
223.19+French arrête-toi!: stop!
223.19+Scaldbrother's Hole, Dublin: a subterranean cavern in Arbour Hill where Scaldbrother, robber, kept his plunder
223.19+(scald (Ossian) meets evangelist (Saint Patrick)) [.17]
223.19+Greek evangelion: good news
223.19+French accusant: accusing
223.20sant, from all Saint Joan's Wood to kill or maim him, and be
223.20+Saint John's Wood, London
223.20+Saint John's Road, Kilmainham, Dublin
223.20+Mrs John Wood's Company played at opening of Gaeity Theatre
223.21dumm but ill s'arrested. Et would proffer to his delected one the
223.21+German dumm: stupid
223.21+French il s'arretait: he stopped
223.21+French s'il arretait: if he stops
223.21+French et: and
223.22his trifle from the grass.
223.22+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Oh the Shamrock: 'A triple grass' [222.28]
223.22+trefoil (Saint Patrick supposedly demonstrated the Trinity using a shamrock)
223.23     A space. Who are you? The cat's mother. A time. What do
223.23+Motif: time/space (*C*/*V*)
223.23+space (Cluster: Grammar; punctuation)
223.23+(space: 'Who are you?')
223.23+'the cat's mother': reply to stop children asking questions
223.23+(time: 'What do you lack?')
223.24you lack? The look of a queen.
223.24+proverb A cat may look at a queen [.23]
223.25     But what is that which is one going to prehend? Seeks, buzzling
223.25+{{Synopsis: II.1.2.D: [223.25-224.07]: Glugg seeks in vain to find the colour — taunted by the girls, unaided by the four}}
223.25+one is going
223.25+Archaic prehend: seize, catch, apprehend
223.25+puzzling his
223.26is brains, the feinder.
223.26+German Feind: enemy
223.26+feigner: pretender, counterfeiter
223.26+fender [.29]
223.27     The howtosayto itiswhatis hemustwhomust worden schall.
223.27+(at loss for words)
223.27+Dutch worden: to become
223.27+German worden, geworden: became
223.27+Dutch woorden: words
223.27+German Schall: echo; sound
223.28A darktongues, kunning. O theoperil! Ethiaop lore, the poor lie.
223.28+Macalister: The Secret Languages of Ireland 12: (discussing Ogham) 'two sages went to law in the matter of the right to possession of the robe of office of another... as they respectively pleaded their cause they spoke 'in a dark tongue' so that the chieftains standing by were unable to understand them'
223.28+German Dichtung: poetry
223.28+Macalister: The Secret Languages of Ireland 12n: 'Some tenth-century charlatan... has endeavoued to reconstruct the dispute in... 'The Colloquy of the Two Sages'... The disputants are shewn to us, seeking to confound each other with obscure allusive kennings'
223.28+heliotrope! heliotrope, heliotrope (nearly Motif: anagram; Motif: heliotrope)
223.28+theo-: God-
223.28+Archaic Ethiop: Ethiopian, a black person
223.28+William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet I.5.52: (Romeo of Juliet) 'It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night As a rich jewel in an Ethiop's ear'
223.28+Danish øre: ear
223.29He askit of the hoothed fireshield but it was untergone into the
223.29+Saint Augustine: Confessions 'I asked the earth, and it answered: "I am not"; and the things in it said the same. I asked the sea and the deeps and creeping things, and they answered: "We are not your God; seek above us". I asked the winds and the whole air with its inhabitants answered me: "Anaximenes was deceived; I am not God". I asked the sky, the sun, the moon, the stars. "Not" (say they) "are we the God whom thou seekest"'
223.29+Motif: 4 elements (fire, air, earth, water, aether) [.29-.34]
223.29+(fender) [.26]
223.29+(raised fire-proof curtain) [220.12]
223.29+German untergehen: to submerge, to fail, (of sun) to set
223.30matthued heaven. He soughed it from the luft but that bore ne
223.30+matt-hued: dull-coloured
223.30+Motif: 4 evangelists (Mamalujo) (*X*) [.30-.33]
223.30+German Luft: air
223.30+Archaic ne... ne: neither... nor
223.31mark ne message. He luked upon the bloomingrund where ongly
223.31+German Blumen: flowers
223.31+German Grund: ground, land; reason; bottom
223.31+French ongle: nail, claw
223.32his corns were growning. At last he listed back to beckline how
223.32+corns: painful calluses, caused by undue pressure, usually on the feet or toes (previously called 'angnails')
223.32+Dialect beck: stream, brook
223.32+German Bächlein: rivulet
223.32+Prankquean [021.15]
223.33she pranked alone so johntily. The skand for schooling.
223.33+skand: disgrace, shame
223.33+Richard Brinsley Sheridan: School for Scandal
223.34     With nought a wired from the wordless either.
223.34+not a word from the wireless
223.34+aether (considered to be the fifth classical element) [.29]
223.35     Item. He was hardset then. He wented to go (somewhere) while
223.35+(Motif: 5 vowels) + tem: I [.35], U [.36], O [224.01], E [224.03], A [224.07]
223.35+Slang item: hint
223.35+Tem: creator in Budge: The Book of the Dead [056.34]
223.36he was weeting. Utem. He wished to grieve on the good persons, that
223.36+Archaic weeting: knowing, conscious, witting, cognisant
223.36+Colloquial weeing: urinating

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