I have pain in both legs
With a doubt in my mind as to whether I should find a good patient or some dirty nigger, I sought the place to which I had been directed. I did not like its looks; but ISubmitted by Burgess on Fri, 05/18/2012 - 9:19pm.
blundered up an alley and into a back room, where I fell over somebody, and was cursed and told to lie down and keep easy, or somebody, meaning the man stumbled over, would make
me. At last I lit on a staircase which led into the alley, and, after much useless inquiry, got as high as the garret. People hereabout did not know one another, or did not want
to know, so that it was of little avail to ask questions. At length I saw a light through the cracks in the attic door,
``Calf?'' said he. ``You ain't none. It's took off.''
``I know better,'' said I. ``I have pain in both legs.''
``Wall, I never!'' said he. ``You ain't got nary leg.''
As I did not believe him, he threw off the covers, and, to my horror, showed me that I had suffered amputation of both thighs, very high up.
``That will do,'' said I, faintly.
and walked in. To my amazement, the first person I saw
was a woman of about thirty-five, in pearl-gray Quaker dress--one of your quiet, good-looking people. She was seated on a stool beside a straw mattress upon which lay a black
woman. There were three others crowded close around a small stove, which was red-hot--an unusual spectacle in this street. Altogether a most nasty den.
As I came in, the little Quaker woman got up and said: ``I took the liberty of sending for thee to look at this poor woman. I am afraid she has the smallpox. Will thee be so
kind as to look at her?'' And with this she held down the candle toward the bed.we sale cheap oakleys fake oakleys replica oakleys online ：
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