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" ... slopped around in the mud for a long time, and finally he ketched a frog and fetched him in and give him to this feller and says: "Now if you're ready, set him alongside of Dan'l, with his fore-paws just even with Dan'l's, and I'll give the word. "
In defense of Harriet Shelley: and other essays - Page 105
by Mark Twain - 1918 - 404 pages
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Tom Hood's Comic readings in prose and verse

Thomas Hood - 1869
...and him and the feller touched up the frogs from be hind, and the new frog hopped off, but Dan'l gave a heave, and hysted up his shoulders — so — like a Frenchman, but it wan't no use — he couldn't budge ; he was planted as solid as an anvil, and he couldn't no more stir...
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Routledge's readings, selected and arranged by E. Routledge

Edmund Routledge - 1871
...fore-paws just even with Dan'l, and I'll give the word." Then he says, " One — two — three — jump ! " and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped off", but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders — so — like a Frenchman, but it warn't no use...
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Beecher's recitations and readings: humorous, serious, dramatic, including ...

Mark Twain - Elocution - 1874 - 180 pages
...fore-paws jest even with Dan'l's, and I'll give the word." Then he says, " One, two, three— jump !" and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped off, but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders, so, like a Frenchman, hut it wasn't no use —...
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Cassell's illustrated readings

Cassell, ltd - 1875
...fore-paws just even with Dan'l, and I'll give the word." Then he says, " One — two — three — jump!" and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped off, but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders — so — like a Frenchman, but it wan't no use...
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The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet: Combining 100 Choice Selections ...

Recitations - 1876
...fore-paws just even with Dan'l, and I'll give tho word." Then he says, " One — two — three — jump!" and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped off, but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders, — so, — like a Frenchman, but it wan't no...
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The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet

1876
...just even with Dan'l, and I'll give the word." Then he says, '' One — two — three — jump !'' and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped oil', but Dairl give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders, — so, — like a Frenchman, but it wan't...
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The jumping frog [and other sketches] by Mark Twain

Samuel Langhorne Clemens - 1882
...fore-paws just even with Dan'l, and I'll give the word." Then he says, " One — two — three — jump 1" and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the newfrog hopped off, but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders— so — like a Frenchman,...
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Selections of American humour, in prose and verse [ed. by J. Hamer].

American humour - 1883
...fore-paws just even with Dan'l, and I'll give the word." Then he says, " One — two — three — jump ! " and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped off, but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders — so — like a Frenchman, but it wan't no use...
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Gems for the Fireside: Comprising the Most Unique, Touching, Pithy, and ...

Otis Henry Tiffany - 1883 - 908 pages
...fore-paws just even with Dan'l, and I'll give the word." Then he says, " One — two — three — -jump ;" and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped off, but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders, — so, — like a Frenchman, but it wan't no...
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Selections of American humour, in prose and verse [ed. by J. Hamer].

American humour - 1883
...— jump ! " and him and the feller touched up the frogs from behind, and the new frog hopped off, but Dan'l give a heave, and hysted up his shoulders — so — like a Frenchman, but it wan't no use — he couldn't budge ; he was planted as solid as an anvil, and he couldn't no more stir...
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