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Pennington the brother of their Lord, and a member with them of the body of Christ. rious and of New rights and privileges. This unchristian prejudice has doubtless stood in the way of the emancipation of hundreds of slaves. e is, it is true, under the dominion of a very but then he enjoys the advansevere law tage of my friendship and assistance, and derives, through his connection with me and my family, some kind of a position in the community. As my servant he is allowed a seat in the car and a place at the table.
Whom A whom ; — On ; : : KEY TO UNCLE TOM*S CABIN. 36 In the lowest man rejects it in speculation. How free in prao he acknowledges tice from conscientious motives Would any one believe that I am master of the sacred ness of a common humanity and slaves of my own purchase 1 I am drawn along however degraded by the opinions and in- by the general inconvenience of living here withI will not, I cannot, justify it. Howstitutions of society any particular class out them. may be, there is an instinctive feeling in ever culpable my conduct, I will so far pay my devoir to virtue as to own the excellence and rechis soul which teaches him that they are titude of her sert without a secret pain.
Ering those distinctive traits of the race, it is no matter of surprise to find in their religious histories, when acted upon by the powerful stimulant of the Christian religion, very peculiar features. We are not surprised to find almost constantly, in the narrations of their religious histories, accounts of visions, of heavenly voices, of mysterious in ; nature, carefully reared as a seamstress and nurse to the children of a family in Virginia, and attached, with all the warmth of her Although one of the tenderest of mothers when susceptible nature, to these children.