A key to Uncle Tom's cabin; presenting the original facts by Harriet Beecher Stowe PDF

By Harriet Beecher Stowe

ISBN-10: 1117458067

ISBN-13: 9781117458069

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When sorrowfully acknowledge. Bishop Meade adds that these sketches are published with the hope that they might have the effect of turning the attention of ministers and heads of families more seri- ously to the duty of caring for the souls of their servants. With regard to the servant of Judge Up- communication of master has left, in his shur, spoken of in this Bishop Meade, his last will, the following remarkal^le tribute to his worth and excellence of character : I emancipate and set free my servant, David Rice, and direct my executors to give him one hundred dol/ois.

At her funeral the ex-governor years, I have never given him, nor had occasion of the slate and the professors of the college I know no to give him, one unpleasant vrord. man who has fewer faults or morc^ excellences officiated as pall-bearers, and a sermon was preached in which the many excellences of than he. her Christian character were held up as an In the free states there have been a few example to the community. A small reliinstances of such extraordinary piety among gious tract, containing an account of her life, negroes, that their biography and sayings was published by the American Tract Sohave been collected in religious tracts, and ciety, prepared by a lady of Brunswick.

KEY TO UNCLE TOM 30 S CABIN. If a motlier has among her children one whipping could not bring one more pound out of him, f(ir he set him to driving a team. At this and whom sickness has made blind, or deaf, or other work he could " make a hand ;'' I:ad changed dumb, incapable cf acquiring knowledge owners three or four times. He expressed him- through the usual channels of communica- self as well pleased with his present situation as tion, does she not seek to reach its darkened ho expected to be in the South, but was yearning mind by modes of communication tenderer to return to his former associations in Kentucky.

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