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“Because I didn’t want to send a man to hell on an empty stomach.”
Clay Allison, on why he ate dinner with Chunk Colbert before killing him. (see: Wk. 01, 07/07/ 1874)
“You’re a curious cuss. Nervy too. So I’ll tell you. That old bag of bones, Pinkerton is supposed to be on this train, if he is, it will go bad for him.”
One of the James-Younger Gang, to passenger O.S. Newell who had bravely asked, as he was being robbed at gunpoint, why the outlaw wanted to know his name.
The Gads Hill Train Robbery (see: Week 05, 01/31/1874)