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A long silence, then she said, somewhat embarrassed and in a low voice, though there was no danger of those in front of them hearing: "I want you to know that there has been nothing wrong-between Stanley and me.
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It is confessed by Mr. Adams, alluding to the national convention that framed the Constitution, that "the delegation from the free States, in their extreme anxiety to conciliate the ascendency of the Southern slaveholder, did listen to _a compromise between right and wrong-between freedom and slavery_; of the ultimate fruits of which they had no conception, but which already even now is urging the Union to its inevitable ruin and dissolution, by a civil, servile, foreign, and Indian war, all combined in one; a war, the essential issue of which will be between freedom and slavery, and in which the unhallowed standard of slavery will be the desecrated banner of the North American Union-that banner, first unfurled to the breeze, inscribed with the self-evident truths of the Declaration of Independence.
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It is confessed by Mr. ADAMS, alluding to the national convention that framed the Constitution, that "the delegation from the free States, in their extreme anxiety to conciliate the ascendancy of the Southern slaveholder, did listen to a _compromise between right and wrong-between freedom and slavery_; of the ultimate fruits of which they had no conception, but which already even now is urging the Union to its inevitable ruin and dissolution, by a civil, servile, foreign and Indian war, all combined in one; a war, the essential issue of which will be between freedom and slavery, and in which the unhallowed standard of slavery will be the desecrated banner of the North American Union-that banner, first unfurled to the breeze, inscribed with the self-evident truths of the Declaration of Independence.
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Examples of Wrong-between

Example #1
The thing itself is discreditable, but your tone suggests that you think I'll admire you for it.
Example #2
Thinking of it means dreaming or despairing-both futilities.
Example #3
One day, while busy in the cotton house, hearing a noise, I ran to the door and saw a colored woman pleading with the overseer, who paid no attention to her cries, but tied her hands together, and passed the rope over a beam, over head, where was a platform for spreading cotton, he then drew the rope as tight as he could, so as to let her toes touch the ground; then stripped her body naked to the waist, and went deliberately to work with his whip, and put on twenty-five or thirty lashes, she pleading in vain all the time.
Example #4
I examined the backs and shoulders of a number of the men, which were mostly naked while they were about their labor, and found them covered with hard ridges in every direction.
Example #5
Some were treated kindly, others harshly.
Example #6
The minister and all the church members held slaves.