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I assure you, if I find a woman so accomplished as you talk of, I say, I assure you, I would not trouble myself about the money.
When I say that I am given to you by God, the proof of my mission is this:--if I had been like other men, I should not have neglected all my own concerns or patiently seen the neglect of them during all these years, and have been doing yours, coming to you individually like a father or elder brother, exhorting you to regard virtue; such conduct, I say, would be unlike human nature.
I say what a man should say as doesn't shut his eyes to look at a finger-post.
Make up your mind then, or rather have your mind already made up, for the time of deliberation is over, and there is only one thing to be done, which must be done this very night, and if we delay at all will be no longer practicable or possible; I beseech you therefore, Socrates, be persuaded by me, and do as I say.
Maybe she make fun, too, so I say, 'Let me see thousand dollars.
I say, on my oath as a Christian woman, this is the truth.
That night, after we had went to bed, I said to Gentleman, "Gentleman," I says, "what's going to be done about this?