If any one be sold to one of his own nation, let him serve him six
years, and on the seventh let him go free. But if he have a son by a woman
servant in his purchaser's house, and if, on account of his good-will to
his master, and his natural affection to his wife and children, he will
be his servant still, let him be set free only at the coming of the year
of jubilee, which is the fiftieth year, and let him then take away with
him his children and wife, and let them be free also.