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Dred (Volume 2) (Paperback)

By: Harriet Beecher Stowe (Author)



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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III. Milly''s Return. The visit of Clayton and his sister, like all other pleasant things, had its end. Clayton was called back to his law- office and books, and Anne went to make some summer visits previous to her going to Clayton''s plantation of Magnolia Grove, where she was to superintend his various schemes for the improvement of his negroes. Although it was gravely insisted to the last that there was no engagement between Nina and Clayton, it became evident enough to all parties that only the name was wanting. The warmest possible friendship existed between Nina and Anne ; and, notwithstanding that Nina almost every day said something which crossed Anne''s nicely-adjusted views, and notwithstanding Anne had a gentle infusion of that disposition to sermonize which often exists in very excellent young ladies, still the two got on excellently well together. It is to be confessed that, the week after the.y left, Nina was rather restless and lonesome, and troubled to pass her time. An incident, which we shall relate, however, gave her something to think of, and opens a new page in our story. While sitting on the veranda, after breakfast, her attention was called by various exclamations from the negro department, on the right side of the mansion; and, looking out, to her great surprise, she saw Milly standing amid a group, who were surrounding her with eager demonstrations. Immediately she ran down the steps to inquire what it might mean. Approaching nearer, she was somewhat startled to see that her old friend had her head bound upand her arm in a sling ; and, as she came towards her, she observed that she seemed to walk with difficulty, with a gait quite different from her usual firm, hilarious tread. " Why, Milly! " she said, running towards her with eagerne...



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