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“Some say 'neether' an 'some say' nayther, 'but' nyther 'is right," sneered Burroughs, "fer the Prince o 'Wales says' nyther. ”
“And mabee we may and mabee we maynt; but that's nyther here nur there.”
“But I won't do it! no! I won't for nyther man nor mortal!”
“He got home the very selfsame day that young Le Force arrove; though nyther of them knowed anything about the other's coming 'til they met by accident at old Luke”
“You must excuse me asking you so many questions; but the truth is you're a perfect stranger to me, and it is very late for you to come here, you know; which I wouldn't think so much of that nyther, only since that horrid murder at Black Hall I have mistrusted every stranger I see. ”
“I'm a-going to get up, though it's very early, and I an't as young as I used to be twenty years ago, nyther, "grumbled the" farmer, "as with many a grunt and sigh, as of an old and weary man, he got up and began to dress himself.”
“She had never "seed it so cold for de season nyther, 'cept 'twas de spring Miss Marian went to hebben, and not a bit o' wonder de yeth was cole arter she war gone -- de dear, lovin 'heart warm angel;' deed I wondered how it ever come summer again, an 'thought it was right down onsensible in her morning-glories to bloom out jest de same as ever, arter she was gone!”
“Oh, no, ye aint a-dying, nyther; there's more life than death in this”
“Why, I didn't spare the feelings of little Kitty, nor her doting suitor's nyther, and that I can tell you!”
“So do, Hannah, my dear; that will be one of the best ways of comforting yourself, making up things for the lad; and you shan't want for money, for the fine linen nyther, Hannah, my dear!”
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