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" You've cheered him up, and you better light out and let him remember it when he's tired.' So I said, ' Nope, Mr. Lincoln, can't, goin' back to Springfield to-morrow. Ma don't like to have me away and my boy ain't no great shakes keepin' store.' ' Billy,'... "
He knew Lincoln - Page 16
by Ida Minerva Tarbell - 1907 - 39 pages
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The American Magazine, Volume 63

Biography & Autobiography - 1907
...you cry. "Well, we had supper and then talked some more, and about ten o'clock I started down town. Wanted me to stay all night, but I says to myself,... felt kind a lonesome been so long since I'd seen you, and I was afraid I'd forgit some of them yarns if I didn't unload soon.' " Well, sir, you...
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The story-life of Lincoln: a biography composed of five hundred true stories ...

Wayne Whipple - Presidents - 1908 - 708 pages
...ain't no great shakes keepin' store.' "'Billy,' he says, 'what did you come down here for?' "'I came to see you, 'Mr. Lincoln.' '"But you ain't asked me... felt kind a lonesome been so long since I'd seen you, and I was afraid I'd forgit some of them yarns if I didn't unload soon.' "Well, sir, you...
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The Story-life of Lincoln: A Biography Composed of Five Hundred True Stories ...

Wayne Whipple - Presidents - 1908 - 708 pages
...ain't no great shakes keepin' store.' "'Billy,' he says, 'what did you come down here for?' "'I came to see you, Mr. Lincoln.' '"But you ain't asked me... felt kind a lonesome been so long since I'd seen you, and I was afraid I'd forgit some of them yarns if I didn't unload soon.' " Well, sir, you...
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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
...told him about the weddin's and births and the funerals and the buildin', and I guess there wan'ta yarn I'd heard in the three years and a half he'd...Mr. Lincoln, just wanted to see you felt kind of a lonesome been so long since I'd seen you, and I was afraid I'd forgit some of them yarns if...
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