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“Mme. De l'Isle she's also got fine news, what she cann 'tell biffo' biccause "-- he waved to Mme. De l'Isle to say why, but her husband spoke for her.”
“The hinjun say that's w'ere hall the storm come from, biccause w'en the win 'blow troo the Ass's Ear, look out!”
“Wal, dat's biccause you're lak dese oder feller -- you're in beeg hurry to be reech.”
“But not because God is good, neither juz 'biccause those Yankee' they arrive.”
“But I insiz 'he shall wride it, biccause -- Phylliz.”
“And by reason that she's kep 'that from her mother sinze the firz', she say tell not Mme. Alexandre but Mme. Castanado, even when mademoiselle say if Mme. Castanado then also monsieur; biccause madame she'll certainly make that condition, and biccause monsieur he can assist her to commenze that whole businezz over, French way.”
“An 'still tha'z droll you di'n' know that, but tha'z maybe biccause each one he's think another he's tol 'you, and biccause tha'z not a prettie cheerful subjec', eh?”
“Well, you know, sinze we talk ab-out that with the archbishop we've talk 'ab-out it with our niece al-_so_, and we think she's got to get marrie' befo 'we can do that, biccause to live al-lone that way she's too young.”
“Biccause madame she cann 'skip ar-ound pretty light, you know, and biccause they think my, eh -- pull -- with those De l'Isle' is the moze of anybody, and biccause I require to know how they are sure 'tis uzeless any mo 'for”
“And, moreover, to Mr. Chezter, yes, biccause tha'z so much abbout that Hotel St. Louis and he is so appreciative to old building '.”
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