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The tears of misery, the dying groans they have caused, have filled all hell with rapture. And besides, to put the matter on another ground, this is no compliance with my offer, for these creatures have no souls, I will show you." the Devil, it is to be understood, is a wonderfully skillful chemist, and knows how to analyse all substances, whether material or spiritual. In a few moments he erected a furnace, seized one of the speculators, and disengaged from the body that which in these animals supplies the place of a soul. It stood up before me a thing utterly strange and indescribable. He put it into a large crucible, reduced it to a fluid mass, and then separated the component parts. It consisted of parts in a thousand. Cunning125. Dishonesty125. Sneakingness125. Avarice250. Nameless and numberless small vices140. Bacon and Cabbage, Apple Brandy and Sorghum Molasses235. "There," said the Devil, holding it up, "do you call that thing a soul. "