Did you mayhaps mean preaching?
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“For that matter, talkin 'never did do much, I'm thinkin', -- exceptin 'preachin'.”
“De biggest whuppin 'I ever heard tell of was when they had a trial of several slave men for sellin' liquor at da spring, durin 'preachin', on Sunday.”
“I dare say you are wearied wi 'preachin' to-day: you see you're gettin 'frail noo," said a Scotch elder, in my hearing, to a worthy clergyman.”
“He had a white preacher and a white doctor on his plantation, and expected all the Negroes to go to 'preachin' on Sunday afternoon, and if any of them were sick enough to need a doctor, they had him.”
“How could anybody be converted on dat kind of preachin '?”
“Why, it's them that, not content with printin 'lies on paper an' preachin 'them out of pulpits, does want to be cuttin' them on the tombsteans.”
“Wha 's de use o 'preachin' 'ligion to a man dat's sta'ved to def,”
“John Leach, he calls hisself -- has been comin 'along an' preachin 'at the store.”
“Walter Skirving could button his knee-breeks withoot bendin 'his back -- that nane could do but the king's son himsel'; an 'sic a dancer as he was afore guid an' godly Maister Cauldsowans took hand o 'him at the tent, wi' preachin 'a sermon on booin' the knee to Baal.”
“The nuts rattle noisily down on its roof; sometimes during "evenin 'preachin'" -- which takes place in the afternoon -- a flying-squirrel frisks near the window; the hymns echo softly, softly, from the hazy sunlit heights across the valley.”
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