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1  I've made me money and I can make a great family.
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2  "Men mahys dem fer dey money," said Mammy firmly.
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3  They had money enough and slaves enough to give them time to play, and they liked to play.
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4  "He has a lot of money," she was thinking swiftly, as a thought and a plan went through her brain.
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5  But Gerald had known poverty, and he could never learn to lose money with good humor or good grace.
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6  They lent Gerald the money and, in the years that followed, the money came back to them with interest.
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7  He cleared the fields and planted cotton and borrowed more money from James and Andrew to buy more slaves.
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8  Since that day, she only saw him formally, once a month, when Uncle Peter drove her to his office to get the housekeeping money.
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9  These latter young men were as anxious to fight the Yankees, should war come, as were their richer neighbors; but the delicate question of money arose.
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10  Their family had more money, more horses, more slaves than any one else in the County, but the boys had less grammar than most of their poor Cracker neighbors.
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11  If the money it contained happened to belong to the firm of O'Hara Brothers, Gerald's conscience was not sufficiently troubled to confess it before Mass the following morning.
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12  Moreover, such was his faith in his destiny and four dueces that he never for a moment wondered just how the money would be paid back should a higher hand be laid down across the table.
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13  The North could call on the whole world for supplies and for soldiers, and thousands of Irish and Germans were pouring into the Union Army, lured by the bounty money offered by the North.
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14  They would have considered it money well spent to rid the community of an eyesore, but he was well satisfied to remain and to subsist miserably on the proceeds of a bale of cotton a year and the charity of his neighbors.
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15  He had come hastily, as many a better and worse Irishman before and since, with the clothes he had on his back, two shillings above his passage money and a price on his head that he felt was larger than his misdeed warranted.
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16  So, to save the feelings of all and to bring the Troop up to full strength, Scarlett's father, John Wilkes, Buck Munroe, Jim Tarleton, Hugh Calvert, in fact every large planter in the County with the one exception of Angus MacIntosh, had contributed money to completely outfit the Troop, horse and man.
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17  Afterward she remembered, as from a dream, the hundreds of candles flaring on the walls, her mother's face, loving, a little bewildered, her lips moving in a silent prayer for her daughter's happiness, Gerald flushed with brandy and pride that his daughter was marrying both money, a fine name and an old one--and Ashley, standing at the bottom of the steps with Melanie's arm through his.
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