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“No man that bears a gredge again 'himsilf' ll iver be governor iv a state.”
“According to Mr. Dooley, the fictional Irish-born saloonkeeper whose observations, as written by political humorist Finley Peter Dunne, were syndicated in papers across the country, "Ivry thrue-born American regards himsilf as a gr-reat orator.”
“Shure it's the divil himsilf broke loose!" shouted Bridget again, opening the door a crack.”
“I fret more than is good for Tim's horses whin I know it's to a kind master they're goin ', and he himsilf a helpin' us to-morrow with the movin '?”
“Sure and them b'ys -- I'd call 'em imps, only they're big for imps, bein 'bigger and stouter than Pat himsilf -- they sets on him and foretells when his arms is goin' to burst through his sleeves and such as that, loike an almanac, ma'am.”
“And it's Pat will sit in the rocking-chair and rest himsilf this avenin '," cried Mrs. O'Callaghan, returning to her cooking from a brief trip to the door.”
“Gineral Brady himsilf, would loike bein 'bawled at in a crowd about somethin' that needed thinkin 'over.”
“An 'himsilf looked natural -- as fine a corpse as iver Gavin laid out.”
“Shtudy thim picthures, bhoy! an ', by an' large ye have th 'man himsilf”
“Must have used thim himsilf tu make thim thracks wid -- early in th 'mornin' -- behfure he met up wid us on th 'thrail.”
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