1.15a: Then as she is on her behaviourite job of quainance bandy, fruting for firstlings and taking her tithe...
like so many heegills and collines, sitton aroont, scentbreeched and somepotreek, in their swishawish...
We may see and hear nothing if we choose of the shortlegged bergins off Corkhill or the bergamoors...
though every crowd has its several tones and every trade has its clever mechanics and each harmonical...
But all they are all there scraping along to sneeze out a likelihood that will solve and salve life's robulous...
Behove this sound of Irish sense. Really? Here English might be seen. Royally? One sovereign punned...
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lead-in: "We may see and hear nothing if we choose..."
though every crowd has its several tones
nursery rhyme 'As I was going to Saint Ives, I met a man with seven wives, and every wife had seven sacks...'
Pont de Sevres, Paris (bridges of Paris)?
(there's always a choice of "tones", despite which we may choose to hear none of them?)
and every trade has its clever mechanics
German Klavier: piano (musical instruments)
you can choose a clever tradesman, or not?
and each harmonical has a point of its own,
harmonica (musical instruments)
cf?? Bloom's fascination with concerthall acoustics and whispering galleries
crowd/tones, trade/mechanics, harmonical/point
Olaf's on the rise and Ivor's on the lift
the legend that three brothers, Aulaf, Sitric, and Ivar, founded Dublin, Waterford, and Limerick, apparently originated with Giraldus Cambrensis
Olaf/Dublin, Sitric/Waterford, Ivor/Limerick
Olaf Road (easternmost of the 3), Ivar Street (northernmost), and Sitric Road (southeast of Ivar, slightly southwest of Olaf) near Arbour Hill, Dublin
on the right (left/right)
on the left
and Sitric's place's between them.
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