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" The lady was much affected at the feeling evinced by her old servant, but declined his offer; he could not, however, be prevailed on to relinquish his design:  "
Recollections of Seven Years Residence at the Mauritius: Or Isle of France - Page 162
by Alfred Bartram (Lady.) - 1830 - 208 pages
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The Tourist: A Literary and Anti-slavery Journal

Slavery - 1833
...condition, and immediately came to the town aud sought her out in her humble abode. With the utmost respect he expressed his concern at finding his honoured lady...feeling evinced by her old servant, but declined his nfler. He could not, however, be prevailed on to relinquish his design : " My good mistress," said...
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The African Repository and Colonial Journal

Slavery - 1833
...her outin her humble abode; with the utmost respect he expressed his concern at finding his honored lady in so reduced a state, and implored her to come...him the gratification of providing for her future comfort. The lady was much affected at the feeling evinced by her old servant; but declined his offer:...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 11

History - 1833
...condition, and immediately came to the town and sought her out in her humble abode ; with the utmost respect he expressed his concern at finding his honoured lady in so reduced a state, and implored her to cometo his estate, and allow him the gratification of providing for her future comfort«. The lady...
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The African Repository, Volume 8

African Americans - 1833
...implored her to come to his estate, and allow him the gratification of providing for her future comfort. The lady was much affected at the feeling evinced by her old servant; but declined his offjr: he could not, however, be prevailed on to relinquish his design; "My good mistress," he said,...
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The Wesley banner and revival record [afterw.] The Wesley banner [afterw ...

Samuel Dunn
...condition, and immediately came to the town, and sought her out in her humble abode. With the utmost respect he expressed his concern at finding his honoured lady...him the gratification of providing for her future comfort. The lady was much affected at the feeling evinced by her old servant ; but declined his offer....
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