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" I will remain. When you married me, you promised to use me kindly, as long as I should be faithful to you; that 1 have been so, no one can deny. "
Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains: Performed ... - Página 224
por Edwin James - 1823
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The Methodist Review, Volumen5

1822
...considerable present, desiring her at the same time to go and leave the child. But she said, "is my child a dog, that I should sell him for merchandize?...me it is true, and otherwise abuse me, but I will remain. When you married me, you promised to use me kindly, as long as I should be faithful to you;...
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America, Historical, Statistic, and Descriptive: By J. S. Buckingham, Volumen1

James Silk Buckingham - 1841
...considerable present, if she would go away and leave her child ; upon which she exclaimed, " Is my child a dog, that I should sell him for merchandize...true, and otherwise abuse me, but I will still remain with you. When you married me, you promised to use me kindly as long as I should be faithful to you....
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Western Clearings

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1845 - 237 páginas
...merchandise ? You cannot drive me away ; you may beat me, you may taunt me with insults, but I will remain. When you married me, you promised to use me...long as I should be faithful to you ; that I have always been so, no one can deny. I have loved you with tenderness, and served you with fidelity. Ours...
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The Wilderness and the War Path

James Hall - 1849 - 174 páginas
...merchandise ? You cannot drive me away ; you may beat me, you may taunt me with insults, but I will remain. When you married me, you promised to use me...long as I should be faithful to you ; that I have always been so, no one can deny. I have loved you with tenderness, and served you with fidelity. Ours...
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Niles' National Register, Volumen23

1822
...to go and leave the child. Uut she said, "is my child a dog, that I should sell him for merchandise? You cannot drive me away, you may beat me it is true,...have been so no one can deny. Ours was not a marriage con Four of the squaws were tomahawked, and the others escaped, of which number the mother was one,...
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