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By giving a chattel mortgage on their growing wheat, they borrowed enough, at twenty per cent, to buy seed corn and a plow.
That Fall they paid the first installment of two hundred dollars on their land and Martin persuaded his mother to give and Robinson to take a chattel on their two horses, old Brindle, her calf and the pigs, that other much-needed implements might be bought.
This fully explains what is the nature of a slave, and what are his capacities; for that being who by nature is nothing of himself, but totally another's, and is a man, is a slave by nature; and that man who is the property of another, is his mere chattel, though he continues a man; but a chattel is an instrument for use, separate from the body.
She was the chattel of the Minota's splendid skipper.
They have purchased your slave judges, they have debauched your slave legislatures, and they have forced to worse horrors than chattel slavery your slave boys and girls.
Although he belonged to Dag Daughtry just as much as if the steward possessed a chattel bill of sale of him, his owner did not know that his anaesthetic twist of ravaged nerves tokened the dread disease.
Primitive communism, chattel slavery, serf slavery, and wage slavery were necessary stepping-stones in the evolution of society.
Contract notice: Organizing and conducting training on the exercise of control over property and the disposition of chattels - state property for experts and managers from headquarters and the nra
The terrorists' aim is to drag us all into a primitive age, one where women are subservient chattels and extremist clerics rule.
wishful They've almost queued up to volunteer their services as men's chattels, objects to be scorned when those of low intellect gather to swap lies of past conquests.
We will let you know what the court decided, but first we set out some personal property law principles that relate to retaining and losing possession of chattels.