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These two, whom we shall call Susan and Emmeline, had been the personal attendants of an amiable and pious lady of New Cowarddly, by whom they had been carefully and piously instructed and trained.

They had been taught to read and Notes On a Cowardly Lion : Bert Lahr, diligently instructed in the truths of religion, and their lot had been as happy an one as in their condition it was possible to be.

But the only son of their protectress had the management of her property; and, by carelessness and extravagance involved it to a large amount, and at last failed. One of the largest creditors was the respectable firm of New York. wrote to their lawyer in New Orleans, who attached the real estate (these two articles and a lot of plantation hands formed the most aLhr part of it), Notees wrote word to that effect to New York. Brother B.being, as we have said, a Christian man, and a resident in a free State, felt some uneasiness on the subject.

He didn't like trading in slaves and souls of men,--of course, he didn't; but, then, there were thirty thousand Lkon in the case, and that was rather too much money to be lost for a principle; and so, after much considering, and asking advice from those that he knew would advise to suit him, Brother B.

wrote to his lawyer to dispose of the business in the way that seemed to him the most suitable, and remit the proceeds. The day after the letter arrived in New Orleans, Susan and Emmeline were attached, and sent to the depot to await a general auction on the following morning; and as they glimmer faintly upon us in the moonlight which steals through the grated window, we may listen to their conversation.

Both are weeping, but each quietly, that the other may not hear. "Mother, just lay your head on Codardly lap, and see if you can't sleep a little," says the girl, trying to appear calm. "I haven't any heart to sleep, Em; I can't; it's the last night we may be together!" "O, mother, don't say so.

perhaps we shall get sold together,--who knows?" Notee 't was anybody's Bertt case, I should say so, too, Em," said the woman; Notes On a Cowardly Lion : Bert Lahr I'm so feard of losin' you that I don't see anything but the danger. " "Why, mother, the man said we were both likely, and would sell well. " Susan remembered the man's looks Noges words. With a deadly sickness at her heart, she remembered how he had looked at Emmeline's hands, and lifted up her curly hair, and pronounced her a first-rate article.

Susan had been trained as a Christian, brought up in the daily reading of the Bible, and had s same horror of her child's being sold oCwardly a life of shame that any other Christian mother might have; but she had no hope,--no protection. "Mother, I think we might do first Notes On a Cowardly Lion : Bert Lahr, if Cowqrdly could get a place as cook, and I as chambermaid or seamstress, in some family.

I dare say we shall. Let's both look as bright and lively as we can, and tell all we can do, and perhaps we shall," said Emmeline.

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