1 Why, Topsy, I don't want to whip you.
2 If I was Mas'r St. Clare, I'd whip her till the blood run.
3 Law, Missis, you must whip me; my old Missis allers whipped me.
4 She never was whipped more than once or twice in her whole life.
5 They threatened to whip me, if I wasn't gayer, and didn't take some pains to make myself agreeable.
6 "Laws, Missis, if you's to whip all day, couldn't say no other way," said Topsy, beginning to blubber.
7 But the action of the woman had been seen by the driver, across the field; and, flourishing his whip, he came up to her.
8 Haley whipped up the horse, and, with a steady, mournful look, fixed to the last on the old place, Tom was whirled away.
9 The men looked at each other, and the "come" was repeated, with a smart crack of the whip which the driver carried in his hands.
10 Only I'll make one suggestion: I've seen this child whipped with a poker, knocked down with the shovel or tongs, whichever came handiest, &c.
11 That man was caught and whipped, time and again, and it never did him any good; and the last time he crawled off, though he couldn't but just go, and died in the swamp.
12 Every one will run out of the house to look after us, and then we'll whip in at the back door, and up into the garret, where I've got a nice bed made up in one of the great boxes.
13 It was only yesterday," said George, "as I was busy loading stones into a cart, that young Mas'r Tom stood there, slashing his whip so near the horse that the creature was frightened.
14 You mean to take my wife to sell in New Orleans, and put my boy like a calf in a trader's pen, and send Jim's old mother to the brute that whipped and abused her before, because he couldn't abuse her son.
15 As nearly as could be expressed, they could be comprised in very few words: to teach them to mind when they were spoken to; to teach them the catechism, sewing, and reading; and to whip them if they told lies.
16 And with this final expression of contempt for Sally's greenness, Aunt Chloe whipped the cover off the bake-kettle, and disclosed to view a neatly-baked pound-cake, of which no city confectioner need to have been ashamed.
17 Mother came at me so that I thought she was crazy, and I was whipped and tumbled off to bed, without any supper, before I could get over wondering what had come about; and, after that, I heard mother crying outside the door, which made me feel worse than all the rest.
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