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keep a good table. I give her my new carriage and horses — that she may visit her friends in comfort. I give her my family Bible — that she may live above the ill-tempers and sorrows of life. I give my son Peter a hornbook — for I am afraid he will always be a dunce. General Horry goes on to say that Peter was so stunned by this squib that he instantly quit his raccoon hunting by night and betook himself to reading, and soon became a very sensible and charming young man. Gabriel Marion, the eldest son of Benjamin, married a young woman, also of Huguenot blood, Charlotte Cordes or Corday, said to have been a relative of the other Charlotte Corday, the heroine of the French Revolution. To this couple were born six children, the eldest being Esther, our mother's great-grandmother, the youngest, Francis, who was to become the Swamp fox of Revolutionary days. Esther Marion has been called the Queen Bee of the Marion hive; she had fifteen children, and her descendants ha<
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