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“Wife she ain't got so yet thet she can look at it without sort o 'cryin' -- thess the look of it seems to bring back the figure o 'the little feller, ez he helt his ground, single-handed, at that gradj'atin' that day.”
“Naebody has ca'd me by that name sin 'my mither pairted wi' me at the stage coach road, and she was fair chokit wi 'cryin', and when I cudna see her mair for the bush aboon the burn, I could aye hear her bleatin 'like a lamb -- an' it was the gloamin '.”
“Yorkey, wid his arrums round th 'neck av me -- as if he wud shtill dhrag me on .... an' cryin 'upon th' mother that bore um ....”
“Now she come down one mornin 'cryin', 'cause she'd been dreamin ''bout white horses, an' she was sure she should hear some friend was dead.”
“When de last breath was done gone, I went back out in de yard and told de other Niggers, and dere was sho 'cryin' and prayin ''mongst 'em, 'cause all of 'em loved Marster.”
“Warrenton too, an 'de mammies would be sold from deir chilluns an' dare would be a whole heap o 'cryin' an 'mou'nin' 'bout hit.”
“I gave her food and comforted her, an 'tended the baby, while she told me about hersilf, with an occasional spell o' cryin 'an' a wild, weird expression on her face that gave me bad dreams fer many a night.”
“Den she 'cryin', Victorine, for she's knowin 'w'at it mean --”
“Your wife wasn't in an 'so I thinks that maybe here there'd be more quiet, 'cause my little brother, you know, he was sick anyhow an' cryin 'all the time.”
“I can't forget one Mrs. Grasset I worked for, ma'am, an 'her that miserable an' cryin 'all th' time, just because I had one of me bad timper spells.”
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