CHAPTER IX. SLAVES AS THEY ARE, ON TESTIMONY OF OWNERS. 双色球单式2019106 CHAPTER IX. SLAVES AS THEY ARE, ON TESTIMONY OF OWNERS. 鈥極 Spirit of the Lord, prepare These are merely a few among innumerable instances which might be quoted; though generally the gifts were so quietly bestowed that few or none except the recipient knew about the matter. It was not, however, only in money that she was generous. The very necessaries sent for her own use, the very clothes sent for her own wear, would be given freely away to the first person who seemed in need of them. Mrs. Hamilton, learning something of this, at one time tried in despair calling her gifts 鈥榣oans,鈥?in the hope that they might be thus secured for Charlotte Tucker鈥檚 own benefit. In later years, when a parcel arrived from England, Miss Tucker would sometimes not allow her Missionary companions to see what it contained, that she might feel more free to give away as she felt disposed. 鈥業n each of these visits it was always my beloved Aunt Charlotte who entertained me,鈥攊f I may use the word,鈥攖hough I was a mere child; and she did it just as if I were a grown-up person. I could never see that she took less pains to interest me than she did to please the many grown-up people who called. She usually entertained us in her room behind the dining-room, so that my grandmother should not be wearied too much. The Imperial family, with whom she soon became well acquainted, consisted of the Tsarevitch, afterwards Paul I., his wife, Marie of Wurtemburg, a tall, fair, noble-looking woman, whom every one liked and respected, their sons, the wives of the two elder ones, and their daughters. 鈥淥n Monday morning, Mr. Schoolfield called at the jail in Baltimore to see me; and on Tuesday morning he brought his wife and several other ladies to see me. I told them I did not know them, and then Mr. C. took me out of the room, and told me who they were, and took me back again, so that I might appear to know them. On the next Monday I was shipped to New Orleans. Miss C. I鈥檒l teach you all sorts of things suitable for a lady. Knitting, netting,鈥攃row鈥攃rowfoot ... CHAPTER IX. SLAVES AS THEY ARE, ON TESTIMONY OF OWNERS. The following is from the National Era, July 10, 1851.