Jackson But My Own Mother, A Woman Of Uncommon Beauty, Belonged To The Colored Race My Mother, For Some Cause Or Other, Was Sold Down The River In New Orleans, In The Year , When I Was But Fifteen Years Of Age I Never Got Over That Sudden Separation, And I At Once Formed My Own Resolutions, Of Which I Said Nothing As My Father Was A Rich Man, Who Indulged Me In Many Ways And Appeared To Love Me, And As I Often Had Occasion To Accompany Him And Mrs Jackson, Or Some Of The Other Members Of The Family, To Louisville, He Seldom Refused To Give Me The Cash I Asked For, Which I Now Began To Carefully Put Away In A Secret Place Only
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