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1  They went down the path through the garden and Scarlett saw they were going toward the burying ground.
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2  Eulalie, hidden behind a high-walled garden in a great house on the Battery in Charleston, was no more entertaining.
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3  Spring plowing was at its height and the cotton and garden seed Pork had brought from Macon was being put into the ground.
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4  I could bury him in the corner of the garden under the arbor--the ground is soft there where Pork dug up the whisky barrel.
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5  She knew every slave had his own garden patch and as she reached the quarters, she hoped these little patches had been spared.
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6  The garden with its rows of corn, bright-yellow squash, butter beans and turnips was well weeded and neatly fenced with split-oak rails.
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7  But, somehow, the cotton always failed, and the garden, due to Mrs. Slattery's constant childbearing, seldom furnished enough to feed her flock.
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8  Ellen had stressed this at great length after catching Frank's lieutenant swinging Scarlett in the garden swing and making her squeal with laughter.
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9  Suellen never missed the opportunity to leave the plantation and give herself airs among people who did not know she weeded the garden and made beds.
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10  He had come forward to welcome her when she came into the back garden, but Melanie had been on his arm then, Melanie who hardly came up to his shoulder.
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11  The split-rail fence around the kitchen garden had been demolished and the once orderly rows of green plants had suffered the same treatment as those at Tara.
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12  She had changed more than she knew and the shell of hardness which had begun to form about her heart when she lay in the slave garden at Twelve Oaks was slowly thickening.
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13  John Wilkes always held his barbecues there, on the gentle slope leading down to the rose garden, a pleasant shady place and a far pleasanter place, for instance, than that used by the Calverts.
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14  Tom Slattery owned no slaves, and he and his two oldest boys spasmodically worked their few acres of cotton, while the wife and younger children tended what was supposed to be a vegetable garden.
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15  Seeking the garden, she limped around the ruins, by the trampled rose beds the Wilkes girls had tended so zealously, across the back yard and through the ashes to the smokehouse, barns and chicken houses.
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16  Weeds had to be pulled from the garden and the seeds planted, firewood had to be cut, a beginning had to be made toward replacing the pens and the miles and miles of fences so casually burned by the Yankees.
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17  Simultaneously, the three young ladies raised lacy parasols, said they had had quite enough to eat, thank you, and, laying light fingers on the arms of the men nearest them, clamored sweetly to see the rose garden, the spring and the summerhouse.
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