Adele Haggage and Hugh Van Orden were conversing in low tones at one end of the table; the Colonel was eating his luncheon, silently and with a certain air of resignation; and so Billy Woods was left alone to attend and marvel.
it has come to be my only food: And, as a lover of the Indian weed Steals to a self-indulgent solitude, To draw the dreamy sweetness from its root, So from the strong blithe world of valorous deed I steal away to suck this singing weed; And while the morning gathers up its strength, And while the noonday runneth on in might, Until the shadows and the evening light Come and awake me with a fear at length, Prone in some hankering covert hid away, Fain am I still my piping to prolong, And for the largess of a bounteous day Dare pay my maker with a paltry song.
churches Review of Nevins' Biblical Antiquities Rice, speech of in Kentucky convention Robespierre, Life of Robin's travels Roman Antiquities Slavery's Journal Slavery and the Slave Trade Society in America Sewall's Diary South Carolina, Laws of South vindicated by Drayton Spirit of Laws Swain's address Stroud's Sketch of the Slave Laws Taylor's Agricultural Essays Travels in Louisiana Tucker's Blackstone Tucker's Judge, Letter Turner's Sacred History of the world Virginia Legislature, Review of Debates in " , Revised Code " , Negro-raising state Visit to American churches Western Medical Journal Western Medical Reformer Western Review Wheeler's Law of slavery Wirt's Life of Patrick Henry Woolman John, Life of Books of slaves stolen Borrowing of slaves Bourne, George, anecdote of Boy killed Boys' fight to amuse their drivers Bowie Knives Boys' retort Brandings Branding with hot iron Brasses "Breeders" Breeding of slaves prevented "Breeding wenches" " " comparative value of Bribes for begetting slaves Brick-yards "Broken-winded" slaves Brutality to slaves Brutes and slaves treated alike Burial of slaves Burning of McIntosh Burning slaves Burning with hot iron Burning with smoothing irons Butchery C. Cabins of slaves Cachexia Africana Caligula Can't believe Capital Crimes Captain in the U.S. navy, tried for murder Carding of Slaves Cat-hauling Cato the Just Causes of the laws punishing cruelty to slaves Chained slave Chains Changes in the market Character of Overseers " Romans " Slave-drivers Charleston " Infirmary at " Jail " Slave auctions " Surgery at " Work-house Chastity punished Child-bearing prevented Childbirth of slaves Childhood unprotected Children flogged " naked Choking of slaves Chopping of slaves piecemeal Christian females tortured " martyr " slave-hunting " slave-murderer Christian, slave whipped to death Christians, persecutions of " slavery among " treat their slaves like others Christian woman kidnapped Chronic diseases Churches, abuse of power in Church members "Citizens sold as slaves" Civilization and morality Clarkson, Thomas Claudius Clemens Clothing for slaves Cock-fighting Code of Louisiana Collars of iron Columbia, district of " fatal affray at Comfort of slaves disregarded Commodus Concubinage Condemned criminals Condition of slaves Confinement at night Congress of the United States " a bear garden Connecticut, law of, against Quakers Constables, character of Constantine the Great Contempt of human life Contrasts of benevolence Conversation between C. and H Converted slave Cooking for slaves Correction moderate Corrupting influence of slavery Cotton-picking Cotton-plantations Cotton seed mixed with corn for food Council of Nice Courts, decrees of Cowhides, with shovel and tongs Crack of the whip heard afar off Crimes of slaves, capital Criminals condemned Cringing of Northern Preachers Cropping of ears Crops for exportation Cruelties, common " inflicted upon slaves " of Cortez in Mexico " Ovando in Hispaniola " Pizarro in Peru " of slave-drivers incredible Cruel treatment of slaves the masters' interest Cultivation of rice Cutting of A.T. s throat by a Presbyterian woman D. D'Almeydra, Donna Sophia Damaged negroes bought Darlington C.H., South Carolina Dauphin Island, Mobile Bay "Dead or Alive" Dead slave claimed Deaf slaves Death at child birth Death-bed, horrors of a slave driver Death by violence, Death of a slave murderer Decrees of Courts Decisions, judicial Declarations of slaveholders Deformed slaves Delivery of a dead child from whipping Description of slave drivers, by John Randolph Despair of slaves Desperate affray "Despot" "Dimensum" of Roman slaves Diseased slaves Dislocation of bones District of Columbia " " prisons in Ditty of slaves "Doe-faces"--"Dough-faces" Dogs provided for Dogs to hunt slaves Domestic slavery Domitian Donnell, Rev. Mr. "Dough-faces" "Drivers" Driving of slaves Droves of "human cattle" " " slaves Duelling Dumb slaves Dwellings of slaves Dying slave Dying young women E. Ear-cropping Early market Ear-notching Ear-slitting Eating tobacco worms Effects of public opinion concerning slavery Emancipation society of North Carolina English ladies and gentlemen Enormities of slave drivers Evenings in the "Negro quarter" Evidence of slaves vs. white persons null Ewall, Merry Examples pleaded in justification of cruelty to slaves Exchange of slaves Exportation of slave from Virginia Eyes struck out F. Faith objectors who "can't believe" Fatal rencontre "Fault-finding" Favorite amusements of slaveholders Fear, the only motive of slaves Feast for slaves Feeding insufficient Feeble infants Felonies on account of slavery " perpetrated with impunity Female hypocrite Female slave deranged FEMALE SLAVE DRIVERS Burford, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Elizabeth L. Charleston Charlestown, Va Galway, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. H., Mrs. throat cutter Laurie, Madame La Mallix, Mrs. Mann, Mrs. Mabtin, Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. McNeil, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Newman, Mrs. B. Pence, Mrs. Phinps, Mrs. Professor of religion Ruffner, Mrs. South Carolina Starky, Mrs. Swan, Mrs. Teacher at Charleston T., Mrs. Trip, Mrs. Truby, Mrs Turner, Mrs. Walsh, Sarah Female slave starved to death " " whipped to death by a Methodist preacher Female stripped by order of her mistress Fetters Field-hands Lighting of boys to amuse their drivers Fine old preacher who dealt in slaves Fingers cut off Flogging for unfinished tasks " of children " pregnant women until they miscarry " slaves " young man Floggings Florida Food, kinds of " of slaves " quality of " quantity of Free citizens stolen Free woman " " kidnapped Frequent murders Friends, memorial of Front-teeth knocked out Fundamental rights destroyed G. Gadsden Thomas N. Slave Auctioneer Gagging of slaves Galloway flogging Jo.
I wish you all happiness, and I thank you for the many kind things you have said, for the good advice you have given me.
On the 10th, a great battle will be fought, which will begin at four of the clock in the afternoon, and last until nine at night, with great obstinacy, but no very decisive event.
But you must read his letter.
The distinguished leaders in the world of art and letters, whose voices had been so often heard within the walls of her home, had, one by one, passed on; leaving their works and their names to their children.
The treatment he was subjected to in order to overcome his prejudices was summary and effective.
"I have just heard the rumor of the death of Gen. Harrison (the newly-elected President of U.S.), and, upon inquiry, find that it is well founded.
We are all ready, Dora, and most attentive.
I have not said a word of that kind.
On September 8, I found myself on board the new vessel, and with her visited San Francisco, as well as other ports already named.
Slave catcher. (
In all insurrections, the standing wonder seems to be that the slaves most trusted and best used should be most deeply involved.
O how all speech is feeble and falls short Of my conceit, and this to what I saw Is such, 'tis not enough to call it little!
From Wan your pattern you must draw, And all the States will own your law.
By'r Lady, we had taken her to be some sixteen or upwards.
The time of our visit was in the dry season, which lasts from October till April, and alternates with the wet one, from May till September.
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