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o see it again before its shores are desecrated by Yankee feet.
I wish sister would hurry home, on account of the servants.
We can't take control over them, and they won't do anything except just what they please.
As soon as she had gone, Mr. Ballou, the overseer, took himself off and only returned late this evening.
Harriet, Mrs. Green Butler's maid, is the most trifling of the lot, but I can stand anything from her because she refused to go off with the Yankees when Mrs. Butler had her ughbreds, we could see, and Capt. Frazer one of the handsomest men I ever laid my eyes on — a great, big, splendid, fair-haired giant, that might have been a Viking leader if he had lived a thousand years ago.
Sister has been so put out by Mr. Ballou that I don't see how she could keep her temper well enough to be polite to anybody.
He has packed up and taken himself off, leaving her without an overseer, after giving but one day's notice, and she has the whole responsibility of the plantat