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1  They were of all ages, though mostly men and women.
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2  Here they halted, and tied the colored men to the gate-post.
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3  This was placing me at the beck and call of about seventy-five men.
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4  I loathed them as being the meanest as well as the most wicked of men.
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5  They were in very deed men and women of sorrow, and acquainted with grief.
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6  The white men were on horseback, and the colored ones were walking behind, as if tied.
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7  He was mean; and, like most other mean men, he lacked the ability to conceal his meanness.
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8  I would sometimes say to them, I wished I could be as free as they would be when they got to be men.
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9  Just as I got to the house, in looking out at the lane gate, I saw four white men, with two colored men.
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10  He came into possession of all his slaves by marriage; and of all men, adopted slaveholders are the worst.
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11  There were no beds given the slaves, unless one coarse blanket be considered such, and none but the men and women had these.
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12  White men have been known to encourage slaves to escape, and then, to get the reward, catch them and return them to their masters.
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13  I was afraid that these seemingly good men might use me so; but I nevertheless remembered their advice, and from that time I resolved to run away.
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14  The men and women slaves received, as their monthly allowance of food, eight pounds of pork, or its equivalent in fish, and one bushel of corn meal.
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15  He would make a short prayer in the morning, and a long prayer at night; and, strange as it may seem, few men would at times appear more devotional than he.
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16  There were horses and men, cattle and women, pigs and children, all holding the same rank in the scale of being, and were all subjected to the same narrow examination.
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17  Their reason for this, as alleged, was, that if free colored carpenters were encouraged, they would soon take the trade into their own hands, and poor white men would be thrown out of employment.
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