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Prince Paul [PDF / Epub] ☉ Prince Paul By Emily Pearson – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk General Books publication date Original publication date Original Publisher M S S Society Subjects History United States General Social Science Ethnic Studies African American Studies Social Science General books publication dateoriginal publication dateoriginal Publisher M S S Society Subjects History United States General Social Science Ethnic Studies African American Studies Social Science Slavery Notes This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text When you buy the General books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million books where you can select from than a million books for free Excerpt CHAPTER HI TWO PASSENGERS IN DEATH S BOAT SCIPIO, stunned by the blow from the patrol, remained unconscious for some time, notwithstanding the efforts of Agga, who, aroused from her apathy b y rough voices, raised her dim eyes from the hearth just as he fell The scene, in its turmoil and uproar, was not unlike that of years gone by, when two of her loved children were torn from her cabin and it was doubtless this association that roused her She had no clear idea of what was going on, bnt tottercd to the door, bent almost double us she was, moaning as ever, Poor children gone Agga old Children gone Agga old She saw that Scipio did not move, for a ray of reason dawned in her mind that she might exert herself to restore him She moaned as she entered tho door, Children gone Agga old took the gourd, and filling it with water from the pail which alwa s stood in the corner by the door, tottered back, and with her trembling hand bathed his brow He drew n deep groan, and began to be conscious Agga mechanically resumed her knitting in the chimney corner, and moaned on, as if nothing had happened to interrupt her old occupation Scipio gradually recovered, his scattered senses returning little by little Committing himself and his cause to God, he felt peaceful and happy A sweet consciousness of the approbation of Him who looketh on the heart, filled his soul he felt that it was right to persist in teaching his dar.