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ld mammy, Aunt Lizzie.
She lives in a pretty little cottage on a corner of the lot, and is more petted and spoiled than any of his children.
The day Cousin Bolling was first expected in Americus with his bride, Flora went to town to put the house in order for them, and asked Aunt Lizzie to cook dinner for the newly married pair.
What you talkin‘ ‘bout, chile?
was the answer.
I wouldn't cook fur Jesus Christ to-day, let alone Dr. Pope.
Poor, down-trodden creature!
what a text for Mrs. Stowe!
She has relented since then, however, and Cousin Bessie says often sends her presents of delicious rolls and light bread.
She took me into favor at once, told me all about her rheumatiz, and de spiration of her heart, and kissed my hand fervently when I went away.
Capt. Rust was so afraid of being left again that he would not wait for the omnibus, but trotted me off on foot an hour ahead of time, although it was raining.
We met Mr. Wheatley and Maj. Daniel on our way to the depot, and