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Philoprogenitiveness, says we, is strong in semi-rural communities; therefore, and for other reasons, a kidnapping project ought to do better there.
We selected for our victim the only child of a prominent citizen named Ebenezer Dorset.
Hey, little boy! Would you like to have a bag of candy and a nice ride?
It ain't human for anybody to give up two thousand dollars for that 40-pound chunk of freckled wildcat.
Bill and I got a paper and pencil and worked on the letter to Dorset.
No man ever yet struck Red Chief but he got paid for it. You better beware!
This little he-ewe lamb has somewhat got on my nerves too. We'll take him home, pay the ransom, and make our getaway.
Sam, what's two hundred and fifty dollars, after all?
How long can you hold him?
I'm not as strong as I used to be, but I think I can promise you ten minutes.
And as dark as it was, and as fat as Bill was, and as good a runner as I am, he was a good mile and a half out of Summit before I could catch up with him.
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