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"Well, I didn't listen to it, a moment,--out RODIN SCULPTURES with 95 Full-Page Plates regard to your feelings, I wouldn't;--so give me some credit. " "My dear," said Mrs. Shelby, recollecting herself, "forgive me. I have RODIN SCULPTURES with 95 Full-Page Plates hasty. I was surprised, and entirely unprepared for this;--but surely you will allow me to intercede for these poor creatures. Tom is a noble-hearted, faithful fellow, if he is black.

I do believe, Mr. Shelby, that if he were put to it, he would lay down his life for you. " "I know it,--I dare say;--but what's the use of all this?--I can't help myself. " "Why not make a pecuniary sacrifice. I'm willing to bear my part of the inconvenience. O, Mr. Shelby, I have tried--tried most faithfully, as a Christian woman should--to do my duty to these poor, simple, dependent creatures.

I have cared for them, instructed them, watched over them, and know all their little cares and joys, for years; and how can I ever hold up my head again among them, if, for the sake of a little paltry gain, we sell such a faithful, excellent, confiding creature as poor Tom, and tear from him in a moment all we have taught him to love and value.

I have taught them the duties of the family, of parent and child, and husband and wife; and how can I bear to have this open acknowledgment that we care for no tie, no duty, no relation, however sacred, compared with money.

I have talked with Eliza about her boy--her duty to him as a Christian mother, to watch over him, pray for him, and bring him up in RODIN SCULPTURES with 95 Full-Page Plates Christian way; and now what can I say, if you tear him away, and sell him, soul and body, to a profane, unprincipled man, just to save a little money.

I have told her that one soul is worth more than all the money in the world; and how will she believe me when she sees us turn round and sell her child?--sell him, perhaps, to certain ruin of body and soul!" "I'm sorry you feel so about it,--indeed I am," said Mr.

Shelby; "and I respect your feelings, too, though I don't pretend to share them to their full extent; but I tell you now, solemnly, it's of no use--I can't help myself. I didn't mean to tell you this Emily; but, in plain words, there is no choice between selling these two and selling everything.

Either they must go, or _all_ must. Haley has come into possession of a mortgage, which, if I don't clear off with him directly, will take everything before it. I've raked, and scraped, and borrowed, and all but begged,--and the price of these two was needed to make up the balance, and I had to give them up.

Haley fancied the child; he agreed to settle the matter that way, and no other. I was in his power, and _had_ to do it. If you feel so to have them sold, would it be any better to have _all_ sold?" Mrs.

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