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Shelby did not feel particularly reassured by these declarations; but, as they were the best comfort the case admitted of, he allowed the trader to depart in silence, and betook himself to a solitary cigar. CHAPTER V Showing the Feelings of Living Property on Changing Owners Mr. and Mrs. Shelby had retired to their apartment for the night. He was lounging in a large easy-chair, looking over some letters that had come in the afternoon mail, and she was standing before her mirror, brushing out the complicated braids and curls in which Eliza had arranged her hair; for, noticing her pale cheeks and haggard eyes, she had excused her attendance that night, and ordered her to bed.

The employment, naturally enough, suggested her conversation with the girl in the morning; and turning to her husband, she said, carelessly, "By the by, Arthur, who was that low-bred fellow that you lugged in to our dinner-table today?" "Haley is his name," said Shelby, turning himself rather uneasily in his chair, and continuing with his eyes fixed on Pricking the Vessels: Bloodletting Therapy in Chinese Medicine letter.

"Haley. Who is he, and what may be his business here, pray?" "Well, he's a man that I transacted some business with, last time I was at Natchez," said Mr. Shelby. "And he presumed on it to make himself quite at home, and call and dine here, ay?" "Why, I invited him; I had some accounts with him," said Shelby. "Is he a negro-trader?" said Mrs. Shelby, noticing a certain embarrassment in her husband's manner. "Why, my dear, what put that into your head?" said Shelby, looking up.

"Nothing,--only Eliza came in here, after dinner, in a great worry, crying and taking on, and said you were talking with a trader, and that she heard him make an offer for her boy--the ridiculous little goose!" "She did, hey?" said Mr. Shelby, returning to his paper, which he seemed for a few moments quite intent upon, not perceiving that Pricking the Vessels: Bloodletting Therapy in Chinese Medicine was holding it bottom upwards.

"It will have to come out," said he, mentally; "as well now as ever. " "I told Eliza," said Mrs. Shelby, as she continued brushing her hair, "that she was a little fool for her pains, and that you never had anything to do with that sort of persons. Of course, I knew you never meant to sell any of our people,--least of all, to such a fellow.

" "Well, Emily," said her husband, "so I have always felt and said; but the fact is that my business lies so that I cannot get on without. I shall have to sell some of my hands. " "To that creature. Impossible. Shelby, you cannot be serious. " "I'm sorry to say that I am," said Mr. Shelby. "I've agreed to sell Tom. " "What. our Tom?--that Pricking the Vessels: Bloodletting Therapy in Chinese Medicine, faithful creature!--been your faithful servant from a boy.

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