1 The sensation produced by this news was immediate.
2 She immediately fell into the slave-trader's fangs, and was doomed for the New Orleans market.
3 Mrs. Shelby read the intelligence with the deepest concern; but any immediate action upon it was an impossibility.
4 She, therefore, felt an immediate accession of confidence, when she found that he was, like herself, awaiting the next boat.
5 From the moment that Tom saw him approaching, he felt an immediate and revolting horror at him, that increased as he came near.
6 If a man lays them fairly flat in the dust, they seem immediately to conceive a respect for him; and Legree was one of this sort.
7 Then walking up to the landlord, he desired him to furnish him with a private apartment, as he had some writing to do immediately.
8 Miss Ophelia did not make an immediate answer; and Eva, who had stood a silent spectator of the scene thus far, made a silent sign to Topsy to follow her.
9 She came forward, and, courteously expressing her concern for Haley's accident, pressed him to stay to dinner, saying that the cook should bring it on the table immediately.
10 Mr. Shelby showed his confidence in his wife's ability, by appointing her sole executrix upon his estates; and thus immediately a large and complicated amount of business was brought upon her hands.
11 He immediately made him out free papers; deposited a sum of money in the hands of the Quaker, to be judiciously used in assisting him to start in life, and left a very sensible and kind letter of advice to the young man.
12 Madame de Thoux and she, thus drawn together by the singular coincidence of their fortunes, proceeded immediately to Canada, and began a tour of inquiry among the stations, where the numerous fugitives from slavery are located.
13 She sewed and stitched away, from daylight till dark, with the energy of one who is pressed on by some immediate urgency; and then, when the light faded, and the work was folded away, with one turn out came the ever-ready knitting-work, and there she was again, going on as briskly as ever.
14 Legree shook with anger; his greenish eyes glared fiercely, and his very whiskers seemed to curl with passion; but, like some ferocious beast, that plays with its victim before he devours it, he kept back his strong impulse to proceed to immediate violence, and broke out into bitter raillery.