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530.01there Saturday first when it's halfprice naturals night to see the
530.01+Slang natural: a simpleton; also, a child
530.02fallensickners aping the buckleybackers and the blind to two
530.02+falling sickness: epilepsy
530.02+Motif: ear/eye (blind, deaf) [.03]
530.02+Slang blind to the world: drunk
530.02+Samuel Roth pirated James Joyce: Ulysses in Two Worlds Monthly
530.03worlds taking off the deffydowndummies) and the shamshem-
530.03+deaf-and-dumb [.02] [.10]
530.03+song Daffydowndilly
530.04showman has been complaining to the police barracks and
530.05applying for an order of certiorari and crying out something vile
530.05+Legalese certiorari: writ issued by a superior court upon a party's complaint of injustice in an inferior court
530.05+crying out [.10]
530.05+VI.B.33.122b (r): 'vile'
530.05+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 170: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters, trial exhibit 13) 'The man Lacosta in the "Trail of 98," I didnt give a thought to, he was so vile'
530.06about him being molested, after him having triplets, by offers of
530.06+VI.B.14.227b (g): '*E* triplets'
530.07vacancies from females in this city, neighing after the man and his
530.07+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM:, neighing...} | {Png: neighing...}
530.07+according to Herodotus, Darius became the ruler of Persia by winning a contest whereby the first noble whose horse will neigh after dawn will be enthroned, thanks to his groom who rubbed his hand on a mare's genitals and put it to his master's horse's nose [.10] [.16]
530.08outstanding attraction ever since they seen his X ray picture turned
530.08+VI.B.14.231a (g): 'they X ray *V*'
530.09out in wealthy red in the sabbath sheets? Was it him that suborned
530.09+(Sunday papers)
530.10that surdumutual son of his, a litterydistributer in Saint Patrick's
530.10+VI.B.1.115m (r): '*V* deafmute'
530.10+Italian sordomuto: deaf-mute [.03]
530.10+according to Herodotus, King Croesus of Lydia's deaf-mute son uttered his first words ever when trying to warn his father of a Persian soldier attempting to kill him [.03] [.05-.06] [.07] [.13]
530.10+letter distributor (postman)
530.10+Saint Patrick's Purgatory: a small cave on an island in Lough Derg, said to have been revealed to Saint Patrick as an entrance to purgatory (a major pilgrimage site since at least the 12th century and possibly much earlier)
530.10+Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
530.11Lavatory, to turn a Roman and leave the chayr and gout in his
530.11+(*V* siglum looks like a Roman V numeral turned upside down)
530.11+Roman Catholic
530.11+VI.B.17.070e (b): 'leave the chair *C*' (siglum not crayoned)
530.11+Robbins: Parnell: The Last Five Years 164: (of Parnell, about to be removed from chairmanship) 'when, after much plain but relatively cool speaking, it had been decided to adjourn until the following Monday, December 1st, he quietly left the chair and the room'
530.11+go out
530.11+VI.B.5.047k (r): 'in his bare feet'
530.12bare balbriggans, the sweep, and buy the usual jar of porter at
530.12+Balbriggan, town, County Dublin, made hosiery in 18th century
530.12+VI.B.1.113b (r): 'Did you buy the usual jar of porter & put your H down before it while you were rampaging the roads' [.12-.15]
530.12+Connacht Tribune 8 Mar 1924, 7/5: 'Publicans and Guard': (defendant cross-examining plaintiff in a trial of abusive and threatening language) 'Did you buy the usual jar of porter this pay night and put your husband sitting down with it before the fire while you went "rampaging" round the roads with this fellow, O'Neill? (laughter)'
530.12+song The Jar of Porter
530.13the Morgue and Cruses and set it down before the wife with her
530.13+cruse: drinking vessel
530.13+King Croesus of Lydia [.10]
530.14fireman's halmet on her, bidding her mine the hoose, the strum-
530.14+Ulster Pronunciation halmet: helmet
530.14+VI.B.5.040g (r): 'mind the house'
530.15pet, while him and his lagenloves were rampaging the roads in
530.15+(his drinking buddies)
530.15+Danish lagen: bedsheet
530.15+song My Lagan Love
530.15+Lagan river, Belfast
530.15+German legen: to lay
530.15+lady loves
530.16all their paroply under the noses of the Heliopolitan constabu-
530.16+Italian parapiglia: turmoil
530.16+Heliopolis: the Greek name of a city in ancient Egypt (literally 'City of the Sun'), where according to legend the old phoenix would burn itself to allow a new one to rise from its ashes
530.16+when Tim Healy became the Irish Free State's first Governor-General in 1922, Dubliners nicknamed the Viceregal Lodge in Phoenix Park, his official residence, Healiopolis
530.16+Dublin Metropolitan Police
530.17lary? Can you beat it? Prepare the way! Where's that gendarm
530.17+VI.B.3.054b (r): '(— beat it)'
530.17+French gendarme: constable; virago
530.17+French gendarme auxiliaire: auxiliary policeman [471.30]
530.17+Auxiliary Division of the Royal Irish Constabulary (formed in 1920 by the English)
530.18auxiliar, arianautic sappertillery, that reported on the whole hood-
530.18+sapper: military engineer
530.18+VI.B.14.081k (r): 'hoodlum'
530.19lum, relying on his morse-erse wordybook and the trunchein up
530.19+VI.B.5.054m (r): '(converse) with the aid of a dictionary'
530.19+Daily Mail 27 May 1924, 10/1: 'Vaquier': (in a trial of the murder by poison of Mr Jones, an English hotel landlord, by Vaquier, a French tenant and lover of the landlord's wife) 'How did Vaquer and Mrs. Jones converse? — With the aid of a dictionary'
530.19+Obsolete Erse: Irish; Scottish Gaelic
530.19+Dutch woordenboek: dictionary
530.20his tail? Roof Seckesign van der Deckel and get her story from
530.20+German ruf: call
530.20+German sechs, eins: six, one
530.20+Van der Decken: captain of The Flying Dutchman
530.20+German Deckel: cover, lid
530.20+(his story)
530.21him! Recall Sickerson, the lizzyboy! Seckersen, magnon of Errick.
530.21+remains of the Cromagnon Man were discovered in a cave near Les Eyzies, France
530.21+Italian Dialect magnon: glutton
530.21+Latin magnus: great one
530.21+French mignon: darling
530.22Sackerson! Hookup!
530.22+Sackerson: a captive bear kept in Paris Garden near the Globe Theatre in Shakespeare's time (James Joyce: Ulysses.9.155: 'The bear Sackerson growls in the pit near it, Paris garden')
530.23    — Day shirker four vanfloats he verdants market.
530.23+{{Synopsis: III.3.3A.X: [530.23-532.05]: *S* and *K* speak through Yawn — the four have heard enough about and are ready to hear from}}
530.23+[[Speaker: Yawn as *S*]]
530.23+Henrik Ibsen: other works: Til min Ven Revolutions-Taleren: 'I sørger for vandflom til verdensmarken. Jeg lægger med lyst torpédo under Arken': 'You deluge the world to its topmost mark; With pleasure I will torpedo the Ark' (Norwegian) [141.24] [364.28]
530.23+Italian lo stupido: the fool
530.24     High liquor made lust torpid dough hunt her orchid.
530.24+Greek orchis: testicle
530.25    — Hunt her orchid! Gob and he found it on her right enough!
530.25+Cyclops narrator in James Joyce: Ulysses: 'Gob' (many times)
530.26With her shoes upon his shoulders, 'twas most trying to be-
530.26+song 'Wid my bundle on my shoulder, Faith! there's no man could be boulder, ... and I shtart for Philadelphia in the morning'
530.26+VI.C.5.217c (b): 'wear M's shoes on shoulders' === VI.B.17.063i ( ): 'wear M's shoes on shoulders Xmas'
530.26+Bugge: Contributions to the History of the Norsemen in Ireland II.11: 'The Manx Chronicle relates that Magnus sent his shoes to the high-king of Erin, Murchad, ordering him to wear them on his shoulders on Christmas Day in the presence of his ambassadors, as a token of subjection'
530.27holders when he upped their frullatullepleats with our warning.
530.27+Italian frulla: (it) whisks
530.27+French tulle: net
530.28A disgrace to the homely protestant religion! Bloody old pre-
530.28+homely protestant religion [071.21]
530.28+preadamite: one who lived before Adam; believer in existence of men before Adam
530.29adamite with his twohandled umberella! Trust me to spy on me
530.29+two-handled sword supposedly used by Sir Amory Tristram is in Howth Castle [615.19]
530.30own spew!
530.30+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...spew!} | {Png: ...spew.}
530.31    — Wallpurgies! And it's this's your deified city? Norganson?
530.31+Walpurgis Night (witches' meeting)
530.32And it's we's to pray for Bigmesser's conversions? Call Kitty the
530.32+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: Bygmester Solness (The Master Builder)
530.32+Kitty the Beads, itinerant, lived near Ticknock, County Dublin (carried rosary beads regularly)
530.33Beads, the Mandame of Tipknock Castle! Let succuba succumb, the
530.33+Italian Dialect mandame: send me
530.33+Motif: Tip [531.18-.20]
530.33+Castleknock: area west of Phoenix Park
530.33+Latin succuba: strumpet
530.33+Hecuba: queen of Troy
530.34improvable his wealth made possible! He's cookinghagar that rost
530.34+Hagar: concubine of Abraham in Genesis
530.34+German rost: roast; rust
530.34+Swedish röst: voice
530.35her prayer to him upon the top of the stairs. She's deep, that one.
530.35+Osiris sometimes known as 'the god at the top of the staircase'
530.36    — A farternoiser for his tuckish armenities. Ouhr Former
530.36+[[Speaker: Yawn as *K*]]
530.36+fart, noise
530.36+Latin Pater Noster: Our Father, Lord's Prayer
530.36+German tückisch: spiteful
530.36+Armenia occupied by Turks from 1405; nationalism in 19th and 20th centuries met by systematic massacres and stravation
530.36+Lord's Prayer: 'Our Father who art in heaven... Give us this day our daily bread'
530.36+(sinning God)

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