1 As soon as the sledge was loaded he meant to send Jotham back to the farm and hurry on foot into the village to buy the glue for the pickle-dish.
2 Her father had ridden over to Twelve Oaks, the Wilkes plantation, that afternoon to offer to buy Dilcey, the broad wife of his valet, Pork.
3 He cleared the fields and planted cotton and borrowed more money from James and Andrew to buy more slaves.
4 Miss Scarlett, Poke done tole me how you ast Mist Gerald to buy me.
5 The gold will be melted and the stones sold and the money used to buy drugs and other medical supplies.
6 I run my boat into New York, buy from Yankee firms, sub rosa, of course, and away I go.
7 They landed their cargoes at Wilmington or Charleston, where they were met by swarms of merchants and speculators from all over the South who assembled to buy blockaded goods at auction.
8 The civilian population had either to do without or buy at the speculators' prices, and the poor and those in moderate circumstances were suffering increasing hardships.
9 Or, better still buy masses for your soul.
10 The South had always lived by selling cotton and buying the things it did not produce, but now it could neither sell nor buy.
11 Here, Big Sam, buy some tobacco for yourself and the boys.
12 "You're a fool nigger, and the worst day's work Pa ever did was to buy you," said Scarlett slowly, too tired for anger.
13 That was about enough to buy one square meal for them all, she thought ironically, now that Confederate money was worth almost less than nothing at all.
14 She knew it would be risky business sending Pork south to buy clothes, when the horse might be captured by either Yankees or Confederates.
15 But, at least, she had the money with which to buy the clothes, a horse and wagon for the trip, and perhaps Pork could make the trip without getting caught.