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coffee or s●ugar which she had Minda, her maid, prepare an●d tie up securely for the purpose.Natu▓rally, “Miss Betsey Bly” was looked upo●n as a great personage, and her▓ path in her daily drives was apt to be c▓rossed by many foot-passenge▓rs, who greeted her wi

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th profound cour▓tesies, and apron skilfully tucked o▓ver the arm, so that it could● be extended in time to receive a●nything. CHAPTER VIII FIRST▓ CHILD—PLANTATION LIFE THE next winter, in● February, mamma’s first child, a son, named B●enjamin, after pa

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pa’s father, was born.She wa●s desperately ill, and her beautiful hair was ▓cut as short as possible.Papa had ●thought it wisest for her to accede to her ●brother and his wife’s urgent request that she ●should go to them in Charleston for the event; ▓and it was

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most fortunate, for● had she been taken ill at home, with a doctor f●ar away, she probably would n▓ot have lived.As it was, her recov●ery was slow, and it was some time before sh▓e could resume her normal life at home.Aunt May●, her unmarried sister, went home w

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ith● her when she returned, and stayed until she re▓gained her usual health.Aunt May was the▓ only plain sister, for alth▓ough she had beautiful complexion, brown hair, a●nd fine figure, her face was not pre▓tty,—but she made up in wit what she la▓cked in beauty.She was the wittiest, most a▓musing companion, and had great▓ domestic gifts as housekeeper.Aunt Ma●y’s coffee, Aunt May’s rolls and bread, in s▓hort, every article on her table was{8●2} superio

  • eatly priz●ed, for in those days all these ●things wer
  • e much scarcer than th●ey are to-day, and there were no countr●y s
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  • re wort▓h ten times as much as now to people, tho●ug
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r, and, of course, this ●was a great comfort to mamma.There was only on●e drawback.Aunt May had no patience wit●h incompetence, and the servants w▓ere a terrible trial to her, and mamma had to h▓ear hourly of their shortcomi▓ngs, which she knew only too well alr▓eady, and to sympathize with Aunt May over▓ them. My mother spent a very● anxious time in the first year of her elde●st child’s life.He was very deli▓cate, and mamma knew nothing about babi●es.The plantation nurses seemed to her very i●gnorant, and she was afr

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