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Moby Dick

Moby Dick



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Dwd B  u,  dv  P B. Su  u  B gd  w.
Moby Dick
By Herman Melville
Moby Dick
(Suppd   L Cupv Uh   GSh)T p Uh—hd  , h, d, d; I  h w. H w v dug h d xd g, wh  qu hdh, g -hd wh  h g g   h w   h wd. H vd  du h d g;  hw d dd h  h .
‘While you take in hand to school others, and to teach themby what name a whale-sh is to be called in our tongueleaving out, through ignorance, the letter H, which almost alone maketh the signication o the word, you deliver that which is not true.’ —HACKLUY ‘WHALE. … Sw. and Dan. HVAL. Tis animal is named romroundness or rolling; or in Dan. HVAL is arched or vaulted.’ WEBSER’S DICIONAR‘WHALE. … It is more immediately rom the Dut. and Ger. WALLEN; A.S. WALW-IAN, to roll, to wallow.’ —RICHARDSON’S DICIONARY KEOS, GREEK.
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CEUS, LAIN.WHOEL, ANGLO-SAXON.HVAL, DANISH.WAL, DUCH.HWAL, SWEDISH.WHALE, ICELANDIC.WHALE, ENGLISH.BALEINE, FRENCH.BALLENA, SPANISH.PEKEE-NUEE-NUEE, FEGEE.PEKEE-NUEE-NUEE, ERROMANGOAN. EXRACS (Supplied by a Sub-Sub-Librarian).It will be seen that this mere painstaking burrower and  grub-worm o a poor devil o a Sub-Sub appears to have gone through the long Vaticans and street-stalls o the earth, picking up whatever random allusions to whales he coulanyways nd in any book whatsoever, sacred or proane.Tereore you must not, in every case at least, take thehiggledy-piggledy whale statements, however authentic,in these extracts, or veritable gospel cetology. Far rom it. As touching the ancient authors generally, as well as the poets here appearing, these extracts are solely valuable or entertaining, as aording a glancing bird’s eye view o what has been promiscuously said, thought, ancied, and sung o Leviathan, by many nations and generations, including our own.

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