1 I'll try to act worthy of a free man.
2 Into such an assembly of the free and easy our traveller entered.
3 Tell her to bring up our boy a free man, and then he won't suffer as I have.
4 Let 'em know they are free to run any time, and it jest breaks up their wanting to.'
5 Ah, well, in New England, and in the free States, you have the better of us, I grant.
6 "All men are free and equal in the grave, if it comes to that, Mr. Wilson," said George.
7 It gives too free scope to the passions, altogether, which, in our climate, are hot enough.
8 But now I'm a free man, standing on God's free soil; and my wife and my child I claim as mine.
9 Tom thought of his home, and that he should soon be a free man, and able to return to it at will.
10 , being, as we have said, a Christian man, and a resident in a free State, felt some uneasiness on the subject.
11 My mother used to tell me of a millennium that was coming, when Christ should reign, and all men should be free and happy.
12 Because," said Alfred, "we can see plainly enough that all men are not born free, nor born equal; they are born anything else.
13 More 'n all, I've got free papers for 'em all recorded, in case I gets keeled up any o' these times, and they know it; and I tell ye, stranger, there an't a fellow in our parts gets more out of his niggers than I do.'
14 Keep a negro under the care of a master, and he does well enough, and is respectable; but set them free, and they get lazy, and won't work, and take to drinking, and go all down to be mean, worthless fellows, I've seen it tried, hundreds of times.
15 You see," he said, "there's my old client, Van Trompe, has come over from Kentucky, and set all his slaves free; and he has bought a place seven miles up the creek, here, back in the woods, where nobody goes, unless they go on purpose; and it's a place that isn't found in a hurry.
16 If man should ever resist evil," said Simeon, "then George should feel free to do it now: but the leaders of our people taught a more excellent way; for the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God; but it goes sorely against the corrupt will of man, and none can receive it save they to whom it is given.
17 The La Belle Riviere, as brave and beautiful a boat as ever walked the waters of her namesake river, was floating gayly down the stream, under a brilliant sky, the stripes and stars of free America waving and fluttering over head; the guards crowded with well-dressed ladies and gentlemen walking and enjoying the delightful day.
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