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1  The sensation produced by this news was immediate.
Uncle Tom's Cabin By Harriet Beecher Stowe
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2  She immediately fell into the slave-trader's fangs, and was doomed for the New Orleans market.
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3  Mrs. Shelby read the intelligence with the deepest concern; but any immediate action upon it was an impossibility.
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4  She, therefore, felt an immediate accession of confidence, when she found that he was, like herself, awaiting the next boat.
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5  From the moment that Tom saw him approaching, he felt an immediate and revolting horror at him, that increased as he came near.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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