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" "S'pose the Men. Volume 2 must be resigned; but oh Lord. how ken I. If I know'd anything whar you 's goin', or how they'd sarve you.

Missis says she'll try and 'deem ye, in a year or two; but Lor. nobody never comes up that goes down thar. They kills 'em. I've hearn 'em tell how dey works 'em up on dem ar plantations. " "There'll be the same God there, Chloe, that there is here. " "Well," said Aunt Chloe, "s'pose dere will; but de Lord lets drefful things happen, sometimes.

I don't seem to get no comfort dat way. " "I'm in the Lord's hands," said Tom; "nothin' can go no furder than he lets it;--and thar's _one_ thing I can thank him for. It's _me_ that's sold and going down, and not you nur the chil'en. The Times you're safe;--what comes will come only on me; and the Lord, he'll help me,--I know he will. " Ah, brave, manly heart,--smothering thine own sorrow, to comfort thy beloved ones.

Tom spoke with a thick utterance, and with a bitter choking in his throat,--but he spoke brave and strong. "Let's think on our marcies!" he added, tremulously, as if he was quite sure he needed to think on them very hard indeed. "Marcies!" said Aunt Chloe; "don't see no marcy in 't. 'tan't right. tan't right it should be so. Mas'r never ought ter left it so that ye _could_ be took for his debts.

Ye've arnt him all he gets for ye, twice over. He owed ye yer freedom, and ought ter gin 't to yer years ago. Mebbe he can't help himself now, but I feel it's wrong. Nothing can't beat that ar out o' me.

Sich a faithful crittur as ye've been,--and allers sot his business 'fore yer own every way,--and reckoned on him more than yer own wife and chil'en. Them as sells heart's The GWR at Stourbridge and the Black Country: the Life and heart's the Times, to get out thar scrapes, de Lord'll be up to 'em!" "Chloe. now, if ye love me, ye won't talk so, when perhaps jest the last time we'll ever have together.

And I'll tell ye, Chloe, the Times goes agin me to hear one word agin Mas'r. Wan't he put in my arms a baby?--it's natur I should think a heap of him. And he couldn't be spected to think so much of poor Tom. Mas'rs is used to havin' all these yer things done for 'em, and nat'lly they don't think so much on 't. They can't be spected to, no way.

Set him 'longside of other Mas'rs--who's had the treatment and livin' I've had. And he never would have let this yer come on me, if he could have seed it aforehand. I know he wouldn't. " "Wal, any way, thar's wrong about it _somewhar_," said Aunt Chloe, in whom a stubborn sense of justice was a predominant trait; "I can't jest make out whar 't is, but thar's wrong somewhar, I'm _clar_ o' that.

" "Yer ought ter look up to the Lord above--he's above all--thar don't a sparrow fall without him. " "It don't seem to comfort me, but I spect it orter," said Aunt Chloe.

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