I recall one day I was out in the medder behind Darracott House—you know that gully that runs the len'th of the ten-acre lot?
"There's Sickles's colt over in the medder, Jimmie," said the old man.
We've got one medder where 'tis so thick almost as the goldie cups.
Around the bend—near the medder where Si Barker's dog killed a woodchuck last summer—we meet the rest.
The only wa tu keep them into a paster, is tu turn them into a medder jineing, and let them jump out.
Did you hear of old Tom Murthly dropping dead in the medder last Thursday?
A dozen er so that wasn't hurt run back ercrost the medder like the devil were chasin' 'em all with a red-hot iron.
You cut ercrost the medder to Peter Boneses' an' fetch 'em over with all their grit an' guns an' ammunition.
I told Jim he'd set that liddle hay-stack o' his too low down in the medder.
When I was there last, we had nothing but a medder to drink out of; and the devil a nighigam but a caddao.
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