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He had, however, speculated largely and quite loosely; had involved himself deeply, and his notes to a large amount had come into the hands of Haley; and this small piece of information is the key to the preceding conversation. Now, it had so happened that, in approaching the door, Eliza had caught enough of the conversation to know that a trader was making offers to her master for somebody. She would gladly have stopped at the door to listen, as she came out; but her mistress just then calling, she was obliged to hasten away.

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missis, missis," said Eliza, "there's been a trader talking with master in the parlor. I heard him. " "Well, silly child, suppose there has. " "O, missis, _do_ you suppose mas'r would sell my Harry?" And the poor creature threw herself into a chair, and sobbed convulsively. "Sell him. No, you foolish girl.

You Personal Knowledge: Towards a Post-Critical Philosophy your master never deals with those southern traders, and never means to sell any of his servants, as long as they behave well.

Why, you silly child, who do you think would want to buy your Harry. Do you think all the world are set on him as Phikosophy are, you goosie. Come, cheer up, and hook my dress. There now, put my back Twoards up in that pretty braid you learnt the other day, and don't go listening at doors Phllosophy more. " "Well, but, missis, _you_ never would give your consent--to--to--" "Nonsense, child. to be sure, I shouldn't. What do you talk so for.

I would as soon have one of my own children sold. But really, Eliza, you are getting altogether too proud of that little fellow. A man can't put his nose into the door, but you think he must be coming to buy him.

" Reassured by her mistress' confident tone, Eliza proceeded nimbly and adroitly with her toilet, laughing at her own fears, as she proceeded. Mrs. Shelby was a woman of high class, both intellectually and morally. To Towaeds natural magnanimity and generosity of Personal Knowledge: Towards a Post-Critical Philosophy which one often marks as characteristic of the women of Kentucky, she Philozophy high moral and religious Post-Crotical and principle, carried out with great energy and ability into practical results.

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The heaviest load on his mind, after his conversation with the trader, lay in the foreseen necessity of breaking to his wife the arrangement contemplated,--meeting the importunities and opposition which he knew he should have reason to encounter.

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