The German philosophy would suit it best.
The letter was written on some subject of much interest to the writer, and under a rather agreeable state of feeling.
The first impression conveyed, on touching this letter, was that of goodness, purity, and intelligence of the highest order.”
I send it to you as it was sent to me by the agent of the “Courier.”
As you seemed to be curious on this subject of neurology, I thought it would gratify your curiosity to see it.
called on me, on his way to New Orleans.
I agreed to find places for five of his slaves, and have done so. He behaved nobly.
His brothers offered to let him take his share in real estate
; and that would have satisfied the conscience of most people; but he at once answered that be should consider such an arrangement equivalent to selling the slaves; and begged that as many slaves as possible might be put into his share.
He told me that he had some fears as to how Mrs.
P. would approve of his resolution, since it would alienate considerable property from her children, when his own pecuniary affairs were considerably embarrassed ; but, to his surprise and delight, she promptly replied, “I want no child of mine to inherit a dollar from the sale of slaves.”
We have not labored in vain — have we, dear Henrietta?