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482.01Eddy's Christy, meaning Dodgfather, Dodgson and Coo) and
482.01+Mary Baker Eddy founded Christian Science
482.01+Edwin C. Christy's Minstrels
482.01+Saint Edmund's Hall, Oxford
482.01+VI.B.33.184h (r): 'Dodgefather Dodgson'
482.01+Bowman: The Story of Lewis Carroll 4: (of Lewis Carroll) 'The Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson... was born Daresbury, in Cheshire, and his father was Rev. Charles Dodgson'
482.01+Father, Son and Holy Ghost
482.01+and company
482.01+(the cooing of a dove, a symbol of the Holy Ghost)
482.01+Latin et Spiritus Sancti: and Holy Ghost [481.35]
482.02spiriduous sanction!
482.02+red [481.35]
482.03    — Breeze softly. Aures are aureas. Hau's his naun?
482.03+Latin aures: ears
482.03+Latin aura: breeze
482.03+Portuguese aureas: Latin aureus: golden
482.03+proverb Silence is golden
482.03+Danish navn: name
482.04    — Me das has or oreils. Piercey, piercey, piercey, piercey!
482.04+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
482.04+Midas has long ears (his secret betrayed by breeze) and golden touch [.03]
482.04+my dad
482.04+French or: gold
482.04+French oreilles: ears (Motif: ear/eye) [.05]
482.04+Motif: Persse O'Reilly
482.05    — White eyeluscious and muddyhorsebroth! Pig Pursyriley!
482.05+what a luscious
482.05+eyelashes [.04]
482.05+VI.B.14.166a (r): 'Muddybroth! curse' (only first word crayoned)
482.05+Bury: The Life of St. Patrick 92n: (of Saint Patrick cursing pagan neighbours working noisily on a Sunday) 'The curse mudebrod (or mudebroth) has not been explained'
482.05+Motif: Persse O'Reilly
482.06But where do we get off, chiseller?
482.06+VI.B.6.035j (r): 'when do I get off'
482.06+Dublin Slang chiseller: child, boy
482.07    — Haltstille, Lucas and Dublinn! Vulva! Vulva! Vulva!
482.07+{{Synopsis: III.3.3A.G: [482.07-485.07]: the dialogue drifts to the letter — and thence to the twins}}
482.07+[[Speaker: John]]
482.07+German Haltestelle: bus-stop, tram-stop
482.07+German Stille: silence
482.07+(coughing four times)
482.07+wolf [480.04]
482.09    — Macdougal, Atlantic City, or his onagrass that is, chuam
482.09+Galway is on Atlantic coast
482.09+Atlantic City, New Jersey
482.09+Greek onagros: wild ass
482.09+Tuam, County Galway (name means 'burial mound')
482.10and coughan! I would go near identifying you from your stavro-
482.10+coughing [.12]
482.10+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...coughan! I...} | {Png: ...coughan. I...}
482.10+VI.B.6.037d (r): 'identified by voice, cough, laugh, sneeze,' (only first four words crayoned)
482.10+Irish Times 2 Jan 1924, 6/6: 'Kerry Farm Raided': 'I could not see his face, but by his voice he was Mr Rice'
482.10+County Cavan
482.10+VI.B.5.061d (r): 'staurotides'
482.10+French staurotides: stone crosses (according to Bradshaw's Handbook of Brittany, 1898)
482.10+Modern Greek Artificial stavrotidês: descendant of a cross
482.11tides, Jong of Maho, and the weslarias round your yokohahat.
482.11+mah jong: old Chinese game played with tiles used like cards
482.11+County Mayo (in Connacht)
482.11+wisteria: a type of climbing shrub with purple-blue flowers
482.11+Russian veslo: oar [.26]
482.11+Yokohama: a Japanese breed of chicken (resembles the Phoenix breed)
482.11+Hebrew Yokhanan: John
482.12And that O'mulanchonry plucher you have from the worst
482.12+VI.B.14.200d (r): '*V* to J that cough is no use to you' (J is Johnny)
482.12+O'Mulconry: surname of one of the major compilers of Annals of the Four Masters (*X*)
482.12+Florence O'Mulconry: 17th century archbishop of Tuam
482.12+VI.B.6.046j (r): 'plucher (cough)' [.10]
482.12+Irish Independent 3 Jan 1924, 4/5: 'Return of Some Old Remedies. Garlic and Goats': 'I knew a man whose nickname in his locality in Tyrone was "Garlic George." He grew a garden full of it... If you had a cough he would say: "I'll cure you for nothin' in two days". And if you were courageous enough to stand the odour for that time you probably left your "plucher" behind you'
482.12+Anglo-Irish plughering: coughing in a choking manner (from Irish plúchadh: choking, smothering, feeling of suffocation)
482.12+west coast
482.13curst of Ireland, Glwlwd of the Mghtwg Grwpp, is no use to
482.13+The Mabinogion: Kilhwch and Olwen, or the Twrch Trwyth: (King Arthur's porter) 'Glewlwyd Gavaelvawr' (Welsh Glewlwyd Gavaelvawr: Glewlwyd of the Mighty Grasp)
482.14you either, Johnny my donkeyschott. Number four, fix up your
482.14+(Johnny MacDougal and his ass)
482.14+Don Quixote
482.14+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...four, fix...} | {Png: ...four fix...}
482.15spreadeagle and pull your weight!
482.15+Peter: Dublin Fragments, Social and Historic 154: 'in the Coombe, under "The Spread Eagle", ladies might obtain corsets of their liking' [106.22]
482.15+eagle is emblem of Saint John
482.15+eagle on Galway coat of arms
482.16    — Hooshin hom to our regional's hin and the gander of
482.16+[[Speaker: Matthew]]
482.16+German huschen: to slip away, to scatter
482.16+Original Sin
482.16+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation hin: hen
482.16+Welsh hin: weather
482.16+Garden of Eden
482.17Hayden. Would ye ken a young stepschuler of psychical chiro-
482.17+Maria Hayden: famous 19th century American medium
482.17+German Schüler: pupil
482.17+(automatic writing used in spiritualistic séances, e.g. in Travers Smith: Psychic Messages from Oscar Wilde, which purportedly contains automatic scripts dictated by the dead Oscar Wilde)
482.17+(Yeats's wife's automatic writing led to Yeats: A Vision)
482.18graphy, the name of Keven, or (let outers pray) Evan Vaughan,
482.18+chirography: handwriting
482.18+(Kevin and hen) [110.22]
482.18+as others say
482.18+Evan Vaughan: first Dublin postmaster, 1638-1646, had his Post House in High Street
482.19of his Posthorn in the High Street, that was shooing a Guiney
482.19+VI.B.5.040b (r): 'to 'shoo a cow'
482.19+shooing: driving away (fowls, etc.) by calling 'shoo'
482.19+guinea fowl
482.19+pint of Guinness
482.20gagag, Poulepinter, that found the dogumen number one, I
482.20+Jespersen: Language, its Nature, Development and Origin 151 (VIII.6): 'a little girl... said... gagag for 'hen''
482.20+French poule: hen
482.20+Motif: Paul/Peter
482.20+Pinte: hen in the Reynard cycle
482.20+Document no. 1: The Treaty (term used by De Valera's followers)
482.21would suggest, an illegible downfumbed by an unelgible?
482.21+Oscar Wilde (about fox hunting): A Woman of No Importance: 'The English country gentleman galloping after a fox — the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable'
482.22    — If I do know sinted sageness? Sometimes he would keep
482.22+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
482.22+Norwegian sint: angry
482.22+phrase Ireland, isle of saints and sages
482.23silent for a few minutes as if in prayer and clasp his forehead and
482.24during the time he would be thinking to himself and he would
482.25not mind anybody who would be talking to him or crying
482.25+phrase cry stinking fish: to disparage one's own products
482.26stinking fish. But I no way need you, stroke oar nor your quick
482.26+VI.B.6.040c (r): 'I no way need you'
482.26+oar [.11]
482.26+VI.B.6.051g (r): 'quick handles'
482.27handles. Your too farfar a cock of the north there, Matty Armagh,
482.27+Slang phrase too far north; too clever, too shrewd (to be fooled)
482.27+Danish farfar: paternal grandfather
482.27+song Cock of the North
482.27+Matthew Arnold
482.27+mighty arm
482.27+Armagh (in Ulster)
482.28and your due south so.
482.28+Italian due: two
482.29    — South I see. You're up-in-Leal-Ulster and I'm-free-Down-
482.29+[[Speaker: Mark]]
482.29+Scottish Dialect leal: loyal
482.29+Irish Free State
482.30in-Easia, this is much better. He is cured by faith who is sick of
482.31fate. The prouts who will invent a writing there ultimately is the
482.31+Father Prout (Francis Sylvester Mahony) wrote song The Bells of Shandon [483.06]
482.31+post (postmen)
482.31+(is Kevin, who found the document, the man who wrote it?)
482.31+VI.B.14.096d (g): '*C* invent letter'
482.32poeta, still more learned, who discovered the raiding there origin-
482.32+Spanish poeta: poet
482.32+reading [.31]
482.33ally. That's the point of eschatology our book of kills reaches
482.33+eschatology: the study of the four last things (death, judgement, heaven, and hell)
482.33+scatology: study of excrement
482.33+Book of Kells (Sullivan: The Book of Kells)
482.33+The Book of the Dead (Budge: The Book of the Dead)
482.34for now in soandso many counterpoint words. What can't be
482.34+VI.B.14.195g (r): 'in so many words'
482.34+Irish Independent 29 Mar 1924, 7/4: (following a cross-examination in which the witness offered the tersest of answers, mostly 'yes') 'And, as you say here, in so many words almost, because of your belief in the influence he would be able to exert on members of the Government, and the possibility that he might be a Minister himself, you agreed then to pay him certain moneys and to take him into partnership, even though he was not subscribing any money to the Company?'
482.34+Motif: So and so
482.34+proverb What can't be cured must be endured
482.34+'What can't be cured, sure, Must be injured, sure' (James Joyce: A Portrait II)
482.35coded can be decorded if an ear aye sieze what no eye ere grieved
482.35+(they can decode by comparing voice (ear) and writing (eye) [483.03-.04])
482.35+Latin recordare: to remember
482.35+VI.B.14.038g (o): 'corded friar'
482.35+Dupont: Le Mont Saint-Michel Inconnu 2: 'père Feu-Ardent, cordelier tout enflammé d'amour pour le mont Tumbe' (French 'Father Feu-Ardent, a Franciscan all aflame with love for Mount Tumbe') (strict Franciscans are called 'cordeliers' from the knotted cord they wear)
482.35+a near eye
482.35+Motif: ear/eye (ear, eye, eye, ear)
482.35+proverb What the eye can't see, the heart can't grieve for
482.35+German greifen: seize
482.36for. Now, the doctrine obtains, we have occasioning cause caus-
482.36+cause and effect

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