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“Tenie had got de night sot fer her en Sandy ter run away, w'en dat ve'y day one er Mars Marrabo's sons rid up ter de big house in his buggy, en say his wife wuz monst'us sick, en he want his mammy ter len '' im a 'ooman fer ter nuss his wife.”
“En de ve'y nex 'mawnin' Mars Dugal 'sont fer Dave ter come up ter de big house; he felt kinder sorry fer de way”
“En I dunno how it come to be so, but he happen fer ter hit on de ve'y tree w'at Sandy wuz turnt inter.”
“You mus'n 'feel bad ef things don't go yo' way f'om de ve'y fust.”
“Why, we kin go dis ve'y afternoon," exclaimed 'Lias, in relief and delight; "I's mighty fond o' fishin ', myse'f. ”
“W'y, this yeah ve'y mawnin 'I banked nigh on to a thousan' dollehs fu 'de young boss.”
“Once upon a time Chips came down just too late to get any meat, and tried to kill the cook; but as the cook remarked to me afterwards, "Foh a drea'ful impulsive pusson, he wah n't ve'y handy with his fists.”
“Marse Chan he use 'to love de ve'y groun' she walked on, dough, in my 'pinion.”
“A hoss threw her and stepped on her leg an 'broke it ve'y badly neah the knee.”
“Dey wah ve'y few skules back in day day an time, ve'y few.”
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