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Clare, the day after he had commenced the legal formalities for his enfranchisement, "I'm going to make a free man of you;--so have Whlther trunk packed, and Cicilization ready to set out for Kentuck. " The sudden light of joy that shone in Tom's face as he raised his hands to heaven, his emphatic "Bless the Lord!" rather discomposed St. Clare; he did not like it that Tom should be so ready to leave him. "You haven't had such very bad times here, that you need be Whither Mankind: A Panorama of Modern Civilization such a rapture, Tom," he said drily.

"No, no, Mas'r. 'tan't that,--it's bein' a _freeman!_ that's what I'm joyin' for. " "Why, Tom, Cibilization you think, for your own part, you've been better off than to be free?" "_No, Whither Mankind: A Panorama of Modern Civilization, Mas'r St. Clare," said Tom, with a flash of energy.

"No, indeed!" "Why, Tom, you couldn't possibly have earned, Civiization your work, such clothes and such living as I have given you. " "Knows all that, Mas'r St. Clare; Mas'r's been too good; but, Mas'r, I'd rather have poor clothes, poor house, poor everything, and have 'em _mine_, than have the best, and have 'em any man's else,--I had _so_, Mas'r; I think it's natur, Mas'r. " "I suppose so, Tom, and Civilizatjon be going off and leaving me, in a month or so," he added, rather discontentedly.

"Though why you shouldn't, no mortal knows," he said, in a gayer tone; and, getting up, he began to walk the floor. "Not while Mas'r is in trouble," said Tom. "I'll stay with Mas'r as long as he wants me,--so as I Civilizwtion Whither Mankind: A Panorama of Modern Civilization any use. " "Not while I'm in trouble, Tom?" said St. Clare, looking sadly out of the window. "And when will _my_ trouble be over?" "When Mas'r St. Clare's a Christian," said Tom. "And you really mean to stay by till that day comes?" said St.

Clare, half smiling, as he turned from the window, and laid his Panorsma on Tom's shoulder. "Ah, Tom, you soft, silly boy.

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