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1  He prayed morning, noon, and night.
The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass By Frederick Douglass
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2  Friday night was a sleepless one for me.
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3  His comings were like a thief in the night.
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4  I got no supper that night, or breakfast that morning.
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5  Saturday night, he called upon me as usual for my week's wages.
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6  I knew that Master Hugh was in no special need of the money that night.
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7  Work, work, work, was scarcely more the order of the day than of the night.
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8  She, having lost her rest for several nights previous, did not hear the crying.
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9  That night, I fell in with Sandy Jenkins, a slave with whom I was somewhat acquainted.
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10  After a painful waiting, the Saturday morning, whose night was to witness our departure, came.
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11  The ground for his refusal was a failure on my part, one Saturday night, to pay him for my week's time.
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12  Instead of the voices of her children, she hears by day the moans of the dove, and by night the screams of the hideous owl.
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13  She made her journeys to see me in the night, travelling the whole distance on foot, after the performance of her day's work.
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14  I must have perished with cold, but that, the coldest nights, I used to steal a bag which was used for carrying corn to the mill.
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15  I never saw my mother, to know her as such, more than four or five times in my life; and each of these times was very short in duration, and at night.
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16  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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17  I was ready to work at night as well as day, and by the most untiring perseverance and industry, I made enough to meet my expenses, and lay up a little money every week.
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18  Colonel Lloyd's slaves were in the habit of spending a part of their nights and Sundays in fishing for oysters, and in this way made up the deficiency of their scanty allowance.
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19  The plan we finally concluded upon was, to get a large canoe belonging to Mr. Hamilton, and upon the Saturday night previous to Easter holidays, paddle directly up the Chesapeake Bay.
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20  I contracted for it; I earned it; it was paid to me; it was rightfully my own; yet, upon each returning Saturday night, I was compelled to deliver every cent of that money to Master Hugh.
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