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And they didn't switch Matty to first base after all and now everybody was beginning to realize that he was a great pitcher.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
He tried to make his mind do him a picture of Matty bending back and then shooting over his fast one.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
Matty—It iz very natral that you should ask me in what manner you should reseave the proposal from your lover.
JOSH BILLINGS, HIZ SAYINGSHENRY WHEELER SHAW
The author of Emma would have treated Miss Matty and the rest much less lovingly, but she would have made them persons.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
"It is well your coat's not new," said Matty, with a contemptuous look at Handy's weather-beaten vestment.
HANDY ANDY, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)SAMUEL LOVER
"You'll soon see what will be the end of it," said Matty, as she walked across the cabin and opened to the knock.
HANDY ANDY, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)SAMUEL LOVER
"Who but that born divil, Matty Dwyer—and sure they towld me you were married to her," said she to Andy.
HANDY ANDY, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)SAMUEL LOVER
Clementina looked at Matty with puzzled wonder as she spoke.
THE INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE, VOL. IV. NEW-YORK, DECEMBER 1, 1851. NO. V.VARIOUS
It shot past Matty near second, and went buzzing out into the field.
FAST NINEALAN DOUGLAS
"The whole county has turned out to do us honor, it seems," remarked Matty.
FAST NINEALAN DOUGLAS

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