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“In such a battered condition was it left that the parish Registers tell us that no baptism nor "sarmon" took place within its walls for a year”
“Dun yo 'remember that sarmon yo' once preached fro '"Jacob have I luved, but Esau have I hated"?”
“I once yerd a grond sarmon fro 'that text i' th 'pulpit up aboon here; and when it were oer, Dickey o' Sams o 'the”
“Amos Entwistle talks abaat that sarmon naa, and tells bits on it o'er to th 'childer i' th 'catechism class, and then maks”
“-- "On the hull," said he, "I liked your sarmon tolerable well, Brother Pendlam; but it warn't one o 'your best; and if anybody else had preached it, I should have thought it contained a little dangerous doctrine.”
“Was that all the sarmon?" said a woman who was an interested listener.”
“Don't fergit about dat sarmon," said old Brad, "I'm gwine tuh look fer yo 'at de chutch termorrer.”
“Yes, sir," said Allen; [ "] dat's a mighty good tex ', and hit will be mine for my Sunday sarmon.”
“I wouldn't a-keered a gosh durn, but he woke me up Wall, about the time the minister wuz a-gittin 'through with his sarmon, he sed, "Now all members of the congregation having babies here to-day and wantin' of them baptized after the sarmon is over, bring them up to the pulpit and I will baptize them. ”
“This is to give notice! as there won't be no sarmon, nor no more service this mornin ', so you'd better all go whum (home); and there won't be no sarvice this afternoon, as the rector ain't got his artful teeth back from the dentist!”
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