1 This plan had the advantage of enabling him to send Jotham to the Flats after dinner to meet Zenobia, while he himself took the lumber down to the village.
2 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.
3 She broke in: "You're neglecting the farm enough already," and this being true, he found no answer, and left her time to add ironically: "Better send me over to the almshouse and done with it."
4 No one but a gentleman of refinement and thoughtfulness would ever have thought how it broke my heart to-- I'll send my gold chain instead.
5 Scarlett, I'm a bad influence on you and if you have any sense you will send me packing--if you can.
6 Put Phil on the train and send him up with them.
7 Worst of all, some of the state governors, Governor Brown of Georgia among them, were refusing to send state militia troops and arms out of their borders.
8 They thought they had bomb proofs because the Governor stood up to even Jeff Davis and refused to send them to Virginia.
9 General Lee can't send him any help because the Yankees are keeping him busy in Virginia.
10 Melanie felt it keenly that they had not been able to get a lock of Carey's hair to send to his mother in Alabama.
11 Women like her should never have children, but-- Anyway, you pack Miss Pitty's trunk and send her to Macon.
12 Mrs. Meade will give you whatever chaperonage you need and I'll send over old Betsy to cook for you, if Miss Pitty wants to take her servants with her.
13 Just send word to him that we'll need him some time today.
14 Go down to Mrs. Merriwether's and ask her to come up or send her mammy.
15 And Scarlett was not surprised to see them, these kinsmen who had taken the worst that fate could send and hammered it into the best.