1 She yet wanted a hundred dollars of the price, when he died.
2 By it she lived and died, and I would be very sorry to think it did.
3 When the voices died into silence, she rose and crept stealthily away.
4 But in real life we do not die when all that makes life bright dies to us.
5 When father died, he left the whole property to us twin boys, to be divided as we should agree.
6 I would die for them, Tom, if I could, said the child, earnestly, laying her little thin hand on his.
7 Away he went, and Tom looked, till the clatter of his horse's heels died away, the last sound or sight of his home.
8 Of course, in a novel, people's hearts break, and they die, and that is the end of it; and in a story this is very convenient.
9 One after another, the voices of business or pleasure died away; all on the boat were sleeping, and the ripples at the prow were plainly heard.
10 It kinder makes my blood run cold to think of 't; and when they carried off the child, and locked her up, she jest went ravin' mad, and died in a week.
11 Having died insolvent, it had been purchased, at a bargain, by Legree, who used it, as he did everything else, merely as an implement for money-making.
12 In fact, in this world, multitudes must live and die in a state that it would be too great a shock to the nerves of their fellow-mortals even to hear described.
13 There was a piercing wildness in the cry; the blood flushed into St. Clare's white, marble-like face, and the first tears he had shed since Eva died stood in his eyes.
14 That man was caught and whipped, time and again, and it never did him any good; and the last time he crawled off, though he couldn't but just go, and died in the swamp.
15 He died very suddenly, and when the property came to be settled, they found that there was scarcely enough to cover the debts; and when the creditors took an inventory of the property, I was set down in it.
16 To him I was no more than a fine dog or horse: to my poor heart-broken mother I was a child; and, though I never saw her, after the cruel sale that separated us, till she died, yet I know she always loved me dearly.
17 It was on his grave, my friends, that I resolved, before God, that I would never own another slave, while it was possible to free him; that nobody, through me, should ever run the risk of being parted from home and friends, and dying on a lonely plantation, as he died.
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