1 Mr. Watson inquired who saw the assault committed.
2 I saw no whipping of men; but all seemed to go smoothly on.
3 When they saw my eye closed, and badly swollen, they left me.
4 When he saw Hughes bending over with pain, his courage quailed.
5 Upon either side we saw grim death, assuming the most horrid shapes.
6 My mother was dead, my grandmother lived far off, so that I seldom saw her.
7 I was myself within the circle; so that I neither saw nor heard as those without might see and hear.
8 Mr. Johnson kindly let me have his wood-horse and saw, and I very soon found myself a plenty of work.
9 Just as I got to the house, in looking out at the lane gate, I saw four white men, with two colored men.
10 I saw nothing without seeing it, I heard nothing without hearing it, and felt nothing without feeling it.
11 At this moment, I saw more clearly than ever the brutalizing effects of slavery upon both slave and slaveholder.
12 Colonel Lloyd owned so many that he did not know them when he saw them; nor did all the slaves of the out-farms know him.
13 Lying at the wharves, and riding in the stream, I saw many ships of the finest model, in the best order, and of the largest size.
14 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.
15 And here I saw what I had never seen before; it was a white face beaming with the most kindly emotions; it was the face of my new mistress, Sophia Auld.
16 I saw few or no dilapidated houses, with poverty-stricken inmates; no half-naked children and barefooted women, such as I had been accustomed to see in Hillsborough, Easton, St. Michael's, and Baltimore.