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1  When I reached Richmond, I was completely out of money.
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2  I had no money with which to go home, but I had to go somewhere.
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3  This I decided to sell, in order to get a little money for travelling expenses.
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4  I not only had no money with which to go home, but I had none with which to go anywhere.
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5  I applied at several places for lodging, but they all wanted money, and that was what I did not have.
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6  I have always felt proud that she refused to go into debt for that which she did not have the money to pay for.
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7  I went at once to the vessel and asked the captain to permit me to help unload the vessel in order to get money for food.
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8  Aside from a very few dollars that my brother John was able to send me once in a while, I had no money with which to pay my board.
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9  I had not been away from home many hours before it began to grow painfully evident that I did not have enough money to pay my fare to Hampton.
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10  I know of instances where the former masters of slaves have for years been supplied with money by their former slaves to keep them from suffering.
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11  Without asking as to whether I had any money, the man at the desk firmly refused to even consider the matter of providing me with food or lodging.
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12  When I had saved what I considered enough money with which to reach Hampton, I thanked the captain of the vessel for his kindness, and started again.
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13  I worked long enough to earn money for my breakfast, and it seems to me, as I remember it now, to have been about the best breakfast that I have ever eaten.
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14  If the people who gave the money to provide that building could appreciate the influence the sight of it had upon me, as well as upon thousands of other youths, they would feel all the more encouraged to make such gifts.
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15  The small amount of money that I had earned had been consumed by my stepfather and the remainder of the family, with the exception of a very few dollars, and so I had very little with which to buy clothes and pay my travelling expenses.
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16  It is true I had practically no money in my pocket with which to pay for bed or food, but I had hoped in some way to beg my way into the good graces of the landlord, for at that season in the mountains of Virginia the weather was cold, and I wanted to get indoors for the night.
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17  As usual, I put the case before my mother, and she explained to me that she had no money with which to buy a "store hat," which was a rather new institution at that time among the members of my race and was considered quite the thing for young and old to own, but that she would find a way to help me out of the difficulty.
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