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1  Mammy couldn't have the feelings that I should.
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2  I don't think my feelings about slavery are peculiar.
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3  "These feelings are quite natural, George," said the good-natured man, blowing his nose.
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4  Eva was not satisfied, but found it in vain to try to make her handsome cousin understand her feelings.
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5  His fine face, classic as that of a Greek statue, seemed actually to burn with the fervor of his feelings.
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6  Sons of white fathers, with all our haughty feelings burning in their veins, will not always be bought and sold and traded.
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7  I don't often show my feelings, I make it a principle to endure everything in silence; it's a wife's hard lot, and I bear it.
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8  "We can't reason from our feelings to those of this class of persons," said the other lady, sorting out some worsteds on her lap.
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9  "It's a happy thing to be satisfied," said Mr. Shelby, with a slight shrug, and some perceptible feelings of a disagreeable nature.
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10  But his wife's expostulations awoke his half-slumbering regrets; and Tom's manly disinterestedness increased the unpleasantness of his feelings.
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11  "Now, they say," said Haley, assuming a candid and confidential air, "that this kind o trade is hardening to the feelings; but I never found it so."
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12  He folded his arms, tightly pressed in his lips, but a whole volcano of bitter feelings burned in his bosom, and sent streams of fire through his veins.
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13  If it must be told, the thing that struck a deeper pang to his heart than anything else was the daily increasing maturity of the child's mind and feelings.
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14  Mr. and Mrs. Shelby both felt annoyed and degraded by the familiar impudence of the trader, and yet both saw the absolute necessity of putting a constraint on their feelings.
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15  From her infancy, she had been surrounded with servants, who lived only to study her caprices; the idea that they had either feelings or rights had never dawned upon her, even in distant perspective.
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16  And so much did his prayer always work on the devotional feelings of his audiences, that there seemed often a danger that it would be lost altogether in the abundance of the responses which broke out everywhere around him.
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17  For a year or two Eliza saw her husband frequently, and there was nothing to interrupt their happiness, except the loss of two infant children, to whom she was passionately attached, and whom she mourned with a grief so intense as to call for gentle remonstrance from her mistress, who sought, with maternal anxiety, to direct her naturally passionate feelings within the bounds of reason and religion.
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