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His birth, 1.

Anecdote of his Grandmother's Courage, 2.

His Childish Roguery, 4 to 9.

His Contest with British Soldiers, 9.

His Violent Temper, 10.

Conscientiousness in Boyhood, 11.

Tricks at School, 6, 7, 10, 11.

Going to Mill, 12.

Going to Market, 13.

Anecdote of General Washington, 15.

Pelting the Swallows, 16.

Anecdote of the Squirrel and her young ones, 18.

The Pet Squirrel, 20.

The Pet Crow, 21.

Encounter with a Black Snake, 23.

Old Mingo the African, 23.

Boyish Love for Sarah Tatum, 24.

His Mother's parting advice when he leaves Home, 28.

Mischievous Trick at the Cider Barrel, 28.

He nearly harpoons his Uncle, 29.

He nearly kills a Fellow Apprentice, 29.

Adventure with a young Woman, 31.

His first Slave Case, 33.

His Youthful Love for Sarah Tatum, 36.

Nicholas Waln, 37.

Mary Ridgeway, 38.

William Savery, 38.

His early Religious Experience, 43.

Letter from Joseph Whitall, 44.

He marries Sarah Tatum, 46.

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