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1  Topsy, this is your new mistress.
Uncle Tom's Cabin By Harriet Beecher Stowe
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2  "Yes, ma'am," says Topsy, with another sigh.
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3  "Yes, ma'am," said Topsy, with profound attention.
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4  Now, Topsy, I'm going to show you just how my bed is to be made.
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5  "You're going to be good, Topsy, you understand," said St. Clare.
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6  "Yes, ma'am," says Topsy, with a deep sigh, and a face of woful earnestness.
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7  Topsy now confessed to the gloves, but still persisted in denying the ribbon.
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8  "O yes, Mas'r," said Topsy, with another twinkle, her hands still devoutly folded.
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9  Topsy, with loud protestations, and tears, and groans, declared that she could not.
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10  "Yes, Mas'r," said Topsy, with sanctimonious gravity, her wicked eyes twinkling as she spoke.
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11  Thus adjured, Topsy confessed to the ribbon and gloves, with woful protestations of penitence.
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12  "Now, Topsy, let's see you do this," said Miss Ophelia, pulling off the clothes, and seating herself.
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13  "Laws, Missis, if you's to whip all day, couldn't say no other way," said Topsy, beginning to blubber.
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14  Miss Ophelia began with Topsy by taking her into her chamber, the first morning, and solemnly commencing a course of instruction in the art and mystery of bed-making.
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15  The ribbon was pulled out of Topsy's own sleeve, yet was she not in the least disconcerted; she only looked at it with an air of the most surprised and unconscious innocence.
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16  Behold, then, Topsy, washed and shorn of all the little braided tails wherein her heart had delighted, arrayed in a clean gown, with well-starched apron, standing reverently before Miss Ophelia, with an expression of solemnity well befitting a funeral.
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17  Topsy, with great gravity and adroitness, went through the exercise completely to Miss Ophelia's satisfaction; smoothing the sheets, patting out every wrinkle, and exhibiting, through the whole process, a gravity and seriousness with which her instructress was greatly edified.
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