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    id, "when we work on de Got●-no, I cut de whood, me, pour mak le souper■, an' when I g

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    é bl■eu!—wan beeg bear she am go●t her head in de soup-pot. I t●row down de whood

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    e, lak wan wile moose. De bear she am ske■art, an' she run, too. Le pot she steek on?/p>

? too, lac wan blak hat. Dunno, me, how she ●fine le reever, but she run, ●and she sweem wit dat black pot till she ●reach the odder shore. Me an■' de boss we tak le canot an' de gun pour chasse■r le bear an' we fine de pot, but● we no see de bear." "Bravo! ■old man; that's not bad," said Lord Da●lhousie. "Your turn now, Ep■hraim," said the Chief, addressing Mey■ers, who, ignoring the remark, w●ent on smoking. There was an embarrassin●g silence as all eyes rested on the withered●-looking face of the Yankee, who was ■evidently not ready with his contrib■ution

to th

e entertainment of the evening. "T●ell us about the squaw you fo■und in the woods," suggested Christie. "Wal,●" he said, "onct upon a time● when we were runnin' the fifth concessio●n line with Theodore Davis, we foun■d an ole squaw who had been de■serted by her children and left● to find her way to Davy Jones'■s locker as best she could. Her poor ole bo■dy was bent almost double. She see■med very weak. Her only clothing w■as rabbit-skins sewed together with sinews, w●ith the hair side next her skin. She mumbled● a lot of things which we could not u■nderstand. D'ye mind Brown, the feller w

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the squaw wife?" he sa

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