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" He just opened up his heart if I do say it. Seemed as if he'd come to a p'int where he must let out. I dunno how long we set there must have been nigh morning, fer the stars begun to go out before he got up to go. ' Good-bye, Billy,' he says. ' You're... "
He Knew Lincoln - Page 35
by Ida Minerva Tarbell - 1907 - 39 pages
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The American Magazine, Volume 63

Biography & Autobiography - 1907
...showin' through the trees and every little way a tall soldier standin' stock still, a gun at his side. Made me feel mighty curious and solemn. By-and-by...the stars begun to go out before he got up to go. ' Good-bye, Billy,' he says. ' You're the first person I ever unloaded onto, and I hope you won't think...
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Children's Second Book of Patriotic Stories: The Spirit of '61

Asa Don Dickinson, Helen Winslow Dickinson Dickinson - United States - 1918 - 372 pages
...showin' through the trees and every little way a tall soldier standin' stock still, a gun at his side. Made me feel mighty curious and solemn. Byand-by we...hope you won't think I'ma baby,' and then we shook hands again, and I walked down to town and next day I come home." THE SOLDIER'S REPRIEVE* By MRS. ROBBINS...
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Modern Literature for Oral Interpretation: Practice Book for Vocal Expression

Gertrude Elizabeth Johnson - Readers - 1920 - 416 pages
...talk about it somehow. He just opened up his heart if I do say it. Seemed as if he 'd come to ap 'int where he must let out. I dunno how long we set there...before he got up to go. 'Good-by, Billy,' he says. 'You 're the first person I ever unloaded onto, and I hope you won't think I 'ma baby,' and then we...
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Modern Literature for Oral Interpretation: Practice Book for Vocal Expression

Gertrude Elizabeth Johnson - Readers - 1920 - 416 pages
...nobody ever heard anything like it. Tell you what he said? Nope, I can't. Can't talk about it somehow. He just opened .up his heart if I do say it. Seemed as if he 'd come to a p'int where he must let out. I dunno how long we set there must have been nigh...
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