1 Sartin," said Sam, "dat's de idee.
2 I allers minded dat ar in Mas'r George.
3 It's Sam dat's called for in dese yer times.
4 Mas'r, let me lone for dat," said Sambo, "I'll tree de coon.
5 Ye'll all stick together, and never get clar, if ye do dat fashion.
6 Missis has spilt lots dat ar way, said Dinah, coming uneasily to the drawers.
7 "He's in dat ar shed," said a little fellow, who stood holding George's horse.
8 "Old Uncle Peter sung both de legs out of dat oldest cheer, last week," suggested Mose.
9 Wal, now," said Sam, scratching his head, "I hope Mas'r'll 'scuse us trying dat ar road.'
10 Dat ar was conscience, Andy; when I thought of gwine arter Lizy, I railly spected Mas'r was sot dat way.
11 Now, Andy," said Sam, returning to his stand under the beech-trees, "you see I wouldn't be 't all surprised if dat ar gen'lman's crittur should gib a fling, by and by, when he comes to be a gettin' up.
12 A little piece ahead," said Sam, giving a wink to Andy with the eye which was on Andy's side of the head; and he added, gravely, "but I've studded on de matter, and I'm quite clar we ought not to go dat ar way.