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  • dew He then will shed His grace like dew Upon us all, and bid the Dove Of steadfast Peace assure our souls.
  • few Very few people can say they have done that."
  • ge Looks t' me like the v'y'ge might be pleasant, once we gets through the night.
  • gee "'I am going to leave it to dry now,' said Uncle Gee; 'I can't paint it while it is wet; and so now, young people, as I have worked in your service all the morning, it is high time you did for mine.
  • gel Mamma wants me to gel acquainted with Miss Cunningham, and I am sure I don't want to know her.
  • gem Of all the blessings for which, madam, I hold myself indebted to you, this last, of discovering and endeavouring to secure for your thankful son a gem so precious, a lady so above all praise, I esteem to be the greatest.
  • gen At this meeting, which had been inspired by Gen.
  • get So I'm going to get you out of it.
  • hew This is the faith that I go back to the South with-with this faith we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope."
  • jew And are you a Jew?
  • mew So I said I will join you in the jaw in a minute if you don't shut your mouth and then he quited down a little, but every few minutes he would have another swell idear and once he asked me could I imitate animals and I said no so he says he could mew like a cow and he had heard the boshs was so hard up for food and they would rush out here thinking they was going to find a cow but it wouldn't be no cow but it would be a horse on them.
  • new We just met her," and they told their new friend all about it.
  • pew They are still coming, flinging their arms to the time of the march; but the moment they arrive they look toward the back pew, and continue looking that way, until they disappear; as though they have been looking for him, and are surprised at his presence in that quiet place.
  • sew "It's a pity boys ain't learned to sew and knit," she said grimly.
  • yew While the man was gone he took the mare to a yew tree that shadowed the drive at a few yards' distance and tied her to it.
  • Ged Mun I ged thee a sooap o' summat hot, thinksto?
  • Grew So the baby grew bigger every day.
  • Lew An old wagon master named Lew Simpson, one of the best that ever commanded a bull train, was upon the point of starting with about ten wagons for the company, direct for Salt Lake, and as he had known me for some time as an ambitious youth, requested me to accompany him as an extra hand.
  • GEO The first election held under this Charter was held in April, 1851, which resulted in the election of T. D. Brewster, Mayor; Geo.
  • GER "Help me look for him," Pid said to Ger.

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