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" He weren't no saint, — but at jedgment I'd run my chance with Jim, 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shook hands with him. He seen his duty, a dead-sure thing, — And went for it thar and then ; And Christ ain'ta going to be too hard... "
Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal - Page 508
1899
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The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song: Selected from English and American ...

Charlotte Fiske Bates Rogé - American poetry - 1832 - 882 pages
...chance with Jim, ' Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shook hands with him. He seen hisduty. a dead-sure thing, — And went for it thar and then; And Christ ain'ta going to be too hard On a man that died for men. w OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. A FAMUAAK LETTER TO...
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Y Cenhadwr americanaidd

Robert Everett - Congregational churches - 1892
...syniadau a'r uohod mewn oyfeiriad arall. Gwasanaethed un peniU: "He weren't no saint— but at jedgement, I'd run my chance with Jim, 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shook hands with him. He seen his duty, a dead sure thing— And went for it thar and then; And Christ...
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Pike County Ballads and Other Pieces

John Hay - American poetry - 1871 - 167 pages
...but at jedgment I "d run my chance with Jim, 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That would n't shook hands with him. He seen his duty, a dead-sure thing, — And went for it thar and then ; And Christ ain'ta going to be too hard On a man that died for men. BANTY TIM. (REMARKS OF SERGEANT TILMON JOY...
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A Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best Poets

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1871 - 789 pages
...nut at jedgment I 'd run my chance with Jim, 'Longside o' some pious gentlemen That would n't shook nt ain'ta goin' to be too hard Ou a man that died for men. JOHN HAY. THE NEWCASTLE APOTHECARY. A MAN in...
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Little Breeches and other pieces [in verse].

John Milton Hay - 1871
...Bludso's ghost went up alone In the smoke of the Prairie Belle. He weren't no saint — but at jedgment I'd run my chance with Jim, 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shook hands with him. He'd seen his duty, a dead-sure thing — And went for it thar and then ; And...
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The Southern Magazine, Volume 9

1871
...in his last verse deliberately adopts his religion thus : — " He were'nt no saint, but at Jedgment I'd run my chance with Jim, 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shook hands with him. He seen his duty, a dead sure thing — And went for it thar and then, And Christ...
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Pike County Ballads and Other Pieces

John Hay - 1873 - 167 pages
...but at jedgment I 'd run my chance with Jim, 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That would n't shook hands with him. He seen his duty, a dead-sure thing, — And went for it thar and then ; And Christ ain'ta going to be too hard BANTY TIM. (REMARKS OF SERGEANT TILMON JOY TO THE WHITE MAN'S COMMITTEE...
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Every Saturday

1873
...Bhidso's ghost went up alone In the smoke of the I'rairie Belle He wern't no saint — but at judgment I'd run my chance with Jim 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shake hands with him. He'd seen Us duly — a dead sure thing — And went for it there and then ; And Christ is not going...
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Boys (by lady Barker).

lady Mary Anne Broome - 1874
...neither a genius nor dunce, but, as Bret Harte says in a favourite American poem of mine, — > "He'd seen his duty, a dead-sure thing, And went for it thar and then : " and I don't know what better rule through life you can make than that. But this woeful mischance occurred...
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Wine and walnuts

Literary curiosities - 1876
...Bludso's ghost went up alone In the smoke of the Prairie Belle. " He weren't no saint — but at Judgment I'd run my chance with Jim 'Longside of some pious gentlemen That wouldn't shake hands with him. He'd seen his duty — a dead sure thing — And went for it there and then : And Christ is not going...
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