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  • But I say, Nathan Slaughter, "he added, as he grasped the victor's hand," it's no thing you can boast of, to be the strongest man in Kentucky, and the most sevagarous at a tussel, -- h'yar among murdering Injuns and scalping runnegades, -- and keep your fists off their top-knots.

    Nick of the Woods

  • And so, captain, if young madam, your sister h'yar, is for picking a husband out of Kentuck, I'll say it, and stand to it, thar's not a better lad to be found than Tom Bruce, if you hunt the district all over.

    Nick of the Woods

  • "Well, father, --" the young man spoke with greater animation, and with apparently reviving strength, -- "and you think we have pretty considerably licked the Injuns h'yar, jist now?"

    Nick of the Woods

  • Thar's them that's good-natur'd that calls him Wandering Nathan, because of his being h'yar and thar, and every whar.

    Nick of the Woods

  • You come of the true stock, captain, thar's no denying; and my brave old major's estates have fallen into the right hands; for, if thar's any believing the news the last band of emigrants brought of you h'yar, thar war no braver officer in Lee's corps, nor in the whole

    Nick of the Woods

  • Strannger! "he roared, executing another demivolte," h'yar am I, come to do anngelliferous madam's fighting ag'in all critturs human and inhuman,

    Nick of the Woods

  • And some say his wits are unsettled, and I hold that that's the truth of the creatur '; for he does nothing but go wandering up and down the country, now h'yar and now thar, hunting for meat and skins; and that's pretty much the way he makes a living: and once I see'd the creatur' have a fit -- a right up-and-down touch of the falling-sickness, with his mouth all of a foam.

    Nick of the Woods

  • You must know, thar's a creatur 'of some sort or other that ranges the woods round about our station h'yar, keeping a sort of guard over us like, and killing all the brute Injuns that ar' onlucky enough to come in his way, besides scalping them and marking them with his mark.

    Nick of the Woods

  • Captain, if you are anxious to have the young lady, your sister, in safety, h'yar's the place to stick up your tent-poles, h'yar, in this very settlement, whar the Injuns never trouble us, never coming within ten miles of us.

    Nick of the Woods

  • "Y'all don't have to bet, jest because I'm h'yar," gibed

    Going Some

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