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olumbia my father did no●t like to leave my mother alone on t●he plantation, with no one but the negroes t▓o care for the children, so he secured a ●good, reliable Irishwoman to

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take char▓ge of the children and the nursery, wi▓th the others under her.Strange to sa▓y, this was never resented, and Mary O〃埊Shea stayed with us about fifteen years, ●when some of

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her kinfolk called her away.We ca●lled her “May” and were devoted to her.S▓he had her trials, for my father did no▓t approve of fire in the room where the▓ children slept, and this, al

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ong with the ope●n window, was a terrible ordeal to May.The d●ay-nursery, with its roaring ope▓n wood-fire, only made t

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he contrast more dis●tressing to her; she never became re●conciled to it, and I only wonder that she st▓ayed all those years.As soon a▓s the older children were big enough, we{25▓} had an English governess—Miss Wells fir▓st, and af

terward Miss Ayme. I have aske●d my brother, Charles Petigru Allston, t▓o write for me what he remembered of▓ my father, and I will insert● here what he has written for me. ▓CHAPTER III MY BROTHER’S NA●RRATIVE

MY holiday, the mon▓ths of December, 1863, and January, 1864, wer●e passed with my father on the coast, where h▓e had planting, salt boiling, and freighting▓ up the rivers, to look after.S▓alt was a very scarce article at tha

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