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" she will not, take it, and go immediately; I am in haste.' Perceiving me to be in earnest, he took it, and asked, ' What must I say ? ' I replied, ' You have nothing to say, the chip will say all I wish. "
District School Journal, of the State of New-York - Page 76
1843
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 46

1845
...immediately; I am in haste." Perceiving me to be in earnest, he took it, and asked, ' What must I say?' I replied, ' You have nothing to say, the chip will...this a mouth?" I desired him to take it immediately. On arriving at the house, he gave the chip to Mrs. Williams, who read it, threw it away, and went to...
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A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands: With Remarks ...

John Williams - Missions - 1837 - 590 pages
...be in earnest, he took it, and asked, " What must I say ?" I replied, " You have nothing to say,the chip will say all I wish." With a look of astonishment...mouth ?" I desired him to take it immediately, and not spend so much time in talking about it. On arriving at the house, he gave the chip to Mrs. Williams,...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1837
...immediately ; I am in haste.' Perceiving mu to be in earnest, he took it, and asked, • What must I say ? ' I replied, ' You have nothing to say, the chip will...astonishment and contempt, he held up the piece of wood, anil said, ' How can this speak ? h.is this a mouth ? ' I desired him to take it immediately, and not...
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Rural Repository, Volumes 14-15

1838
...suy. He answered-'-' You have nothing to say, the chip will Bay all I wish.' — With astonishment und contempt he held up the piece of wood and said — ' How can this spe;ik ? Has this a mouth ?' He was desired to spend no more time in doubting, but to try the experiment....
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Gradations in reading and spelling

Henry Butter - 1839 - 180 pages
...immediately; I am in haste.' Perceiving me to be in earnest, he took it, and asked, ' What must I say ?' I replied, ' You have nothing to say; the chip will...mouth?' I desired him to take it immediately, and not spend so much time in talking about it. On arriving at the house, he gave the chip to Mrs. Williams,...
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A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands: With Remarks ...

John Williams - Islands of the Pacific - 1840 - 154 pages
...immediately ; I am in haste." Perceiving me to be in earnest, he took it, and asked, " What must I sayl" I replied, " You have nothing to say ; the chip will...the piece of wood and said, '' How can this speak 1 has this a mouth 1" 1 desired him to take it immediately, and not spend so much time in talking ahout...
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History of the Establishment and Progress of the Christian Religion in the ...

Sarah Tappan Smith - Missions - 1841 - 387 pages
...immediately; I am in haste.' Perceiving me to be in earnest, he took it, and asked, ' What must I say ? ' I replied, ' You have nothing to say, the chip will...mouth ?' I desired him to take it immediately, and not spend so much time in talking about it. On arriving at the house, he gave the chip to Mrs. Williams,...
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The Juvenile Missionary Magazine (and Annual)., Volumes 1-3

London missionary society - 1844
...immediately, I am in haste.' Perceiving me to be in earnest, he took it, and asked, ' What must I say?' I replied, 'You have nothing to say ; the chip will...up the piece of wood and said, ' How can this speak 1 has this a mouth 1' I desired him to take it immediately, and not spend so much time in talking about...
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The Missionary repository for youth, and Sunday school ..., Volumes 6-8

1844
...haste." As he saw Mr. Williams was in earnest, he took it, and asked " What must I say ?" Mr. Williams replied, " You have nothing to say : the chip will say all I wish." The chief held up the bit of wood with contempt, and said, " How can this speak ? — has it a mouth...
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Dwight's American Magazine, Volume 1

Theodore Dwight - 1845
...took it and asked, " What must I ray ?" I replied, you have nothing to say, the chip will eay what I wish. With a look of astonishment and contempt,...wood, and said, " how can this speak ? has this a month ?' I desired him to take it immediately, and not spend so much time, talking about it. On arriving...
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