eet in heaven, now do jis as I tells you, and you'll git away.
You keep dis pine-ridge straight on through massa's plantation for five mile. Dis ridge goes clean to de coast.
It's ‘bout three hundred mile to de coast by de Ocmulgee river.
The Ocmulgee flows into de Altamaha, and Darien is at de mouth of de Altamaha, and you'll find lots of de Yankees dar.
The old man understood the times.
His knowledge of the war, with all its recent and important movements, was thorough and accurate, altde them.
He told us when the dogs followed us in the cane-brake, in order to prevent them from keeping the trail, we should travel as much as possible in the water; but if we should be closely pursued, to leave the canebrake, and take to the Ocmulgee river.
He assured us that the dogs were fearful of the alligators with which that river abounded, and that the slaves were taught that alligators would destroy only negroes and dogs.
He didn't believe it himself, although his master thought he di