1 A damned mule, she repeated, looking indignantly at the scrawny beast.
2 Then Cathleen flapped the bridle reins sharply and the old mule moved off.
3 As for the poor whites, they considered themselves well off if they owned one mule.
4 And now there was not a trace of that girl in the stiff figure sitting on the mule.
5 It's an insult to the memory of my blooded darlings to have a mule in their paddock.
6 They had twelve chickens, two cows, five hogs and the mule they brought home from the war.
7 Ef you hadn't talked wid dem, dey wouldn had no chance ter treat me lak a mule or a Affikun.
8 A few saddle horses and mule teams were hitched outside the wooden awning of Bullard's store.
9 Alex, who still had boots, was walking and Tony, barefooted, was riding on the bare back of a mule.
10 In it was an old woman with a lip full of snuff and a weather-beaten face under a drab sunbonnet, driving a dawdling old mule.
11 As the artillery rumbled by, splashing mud into the watching crowds, a negro on a mule, riding close to a cannon caught her eye.
12 You been sendin us money right along and Ashley and me, well, we've paid taxes and bought the mule and seeds and what-all and a few hogs and chickens.
13 The paddock, once full of frolicking colts and placid brood mares, was empty now except for one mule, the mule Mr. Tarleton had ridden home from the surrender.
14 Her sidesaddle was strapped on as sorry a mule as Scarlett had ever seen, a flop-eared lame brute, and Cathleen was almost as sorry looking as the animal she rode.
15 After they had passed their tenth year, they were sent to old Daddy the plantation cobbler to learn his trade, or to Amos the wheelwright and carpenter, or Philip the cow man, or Cuffee the mule boy.
16 Wilkerson and Hilton furthermore told the negroes they were as good as the whites in every way and soon white and negro marriages would be permitted, soon the estates of their former owners would be divided and every negro would be given forty acres and a mule for his own.
17 Sometimes at night when he lay awake, wondering how his mother was going to get that operation and how poor dead Joe's little boy was going to get an education and how he was going to get money for another mule, he wished the war was still going on, wished it had gone on forever.
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