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1  Talk of thy glorious liberty, and then.
The Narrative of the Life By Frederick Douglass
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2  servant, full liberty to go to Baltimore, and spend the Easter holidays.
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3  With us it was a doubtful liberty at most, and almost certain death if we failed.
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4  In coming to a fixed determination to run away, we did more than Patrick Henry, when he resolved upon liberty or death.
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5  The most of us used to drink it down, and the result was just what might be supposed; many of us were led to think that there was little to choose between liberty and slavery.
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6  Thus, when the slave asks for virtuous freedom, the cunning slaveholder, knowing his ignorance, cheats him with a dose of vicious dissipation, artfully labelled with the name of liberty.
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7  When in Mr. Gardner's employment, I was kept in such a perpetual whirl of excitement, I could think of nothing, scarcely, but my life; and in thinking of my life, I almost forgot my liberty.
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8  It would afford me great pleasure indeed, as well as materially add to the interest of my narrative, were I at liberty to gratify a curiosity, which I know exists in the minds of many, by an accurate statement of all the facts pertaining to my most fortunate escape.
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