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“Thar's a meetin'-house down near us that we go to sometimes.”
“I could handle a whole meetin'-house full ob sech as dem. ”
“When talk come 'round 'bout havin' separate churches for slaves, our white folkses give us deir old meetin'-house and built deyselfs a new one, but for a long time atter dat it warn't nothin 'to see white folkses visitin' our meetin's, cause dey wanted to help us git started off right.”
“Slaves sot way back in de meetin'-house or up in a gallery, but us could hear dem good old sermons, and dem days dey preached some mighty powerful ones.”
“The meetin'-house was fixed up more than they were years ago.”
“He might fence in the meetin'-house with 'Old Hundred, '" suggested”
“That there's our meetin'-house," he said, but its whitewash and green blinds did not seem to excite the travellers 'admiration.”
“By --!' cried the native, reining his horse to a dead stop, and speaking in an excited manner; 'I doan't b'lieve it,' taint 't all like ye; yer a d-- d seceshener -- thet comes uv yer bringin'-up; but ye've a soul bigger'n a meetin'-house, and ye cudn't hev put thet slim, weakly gal inter th 'woods, no how!”
“The meetin'-house is full, for everybody goes to meetin ”
“I let you do the callin '; and, besides, you know you never could hit nothin' that wasn't as big as the side of a meetin'-house.”
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