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LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY            131
superfluous one to a man with a great pair of iron fetters on his feet. But Mr. Haley had got in the habit of com­mencing his relations with his stock with little exhortations of this nature, calculated, as he deemed, to inspire cheer­fulness and confidence, and prevent the necessity of any unpleasant scenes.
And here, for the present, we take our leave of Tom, to pursue the fortunes of other characters in our story.