They left two behind them, who were only from four to six or eight years of age. There is almost always, in every family, some one or more keen and bright, or else sullen and stubborn slave, whose influence they are afraid of one the rest of the family, and such a one must take a walking ticket to the south. Generally there is but little more scruple about separating families than there is with a man who keeps sheep in selling off the lambs in the fall. His wife consented to go with him, upon a promise from the trader that they should be sold together, with their youngest child, which she carried in her arms. Document: [Question] Are families often separated? The death of a large owner is the occasion usually of many families being broken up. In the presence of the master, grief seems to predominate; when away from them, they rejoice that there is one whom the slave- killer will never torment.
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