the universal ekoir where Tien presides in person, where there shall be no tyrants to frown, no shackles to bind, nor no whips to threaten, where I shall once more meet my father with rapture, and give a loose to filial piety; where I shall hang on his neck, and hear the ... The wretch whom fortune has made my master, has lately purchased several slaves of both sexes ; among the rest I hear a christian captive talked of with admiration. ... attention : there her most ardent gaze was directed.
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