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“I'm a forty-gallon Baptist and the father of sixteen childen, all baptized exceptin 'the last set o' twins, and they'll be put under when the circuit-rider comes around, and what I'm a-goin 'to-tell you is the plum truth, and if any man disputes it thar'll be a vote missin' in his beat at the next election.”
“Yes, ma'am," said Ephraim, giving her his gnarled fingers; "I was just sayin 'to Cynthy that I'd ruther shake your hand than anybody's livin' exceptin 'General Grant.”
“I was about as old as Doc, and we wasn't either of us very chickenish, but I thought Doc was the finest man I'd ever saw, an 'exceptin' what I'm tellin 'you, I ain't ever had cause to change my mind.”
“I reckon I oughtn't ter tell nuthin 'exceptin' ter the officers, but -- but -- I 'lowed leetle Archie's mother would help me some again them bloodhounds o' the law.”
“But ez for book-readin ', wife an' me aint never felt called on to read no book save an 'exceptin' the Holy Scriptures -- an ', of cose, the seed catalogues.”
“I ain't hell-bent nowhere exceptin 'to get away from the shell-fire.”
“Hoboin's all right, exceptin 'for one thing — the girls.”
“Didn't know anything about bear when I went into the country, exceptin 'when I was a youngster I'd seen a heap of cinnamons and that little black kind.”
“Sure, an 'what's more, all Forty Mile, exceptin' me an 'a few cripples.”
“I've never known you t 'be so solicitous o' my 'ealth or anyone else's exceptin' your precious own.”
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