She grew fond of her husband, realizing with some unaccountable satisfaction that no trace of passion or excessive and fictitious warmth colored
her affection, thereby threatening its dissolution.
The writer well remembers an aged colored
woman, who was employed as a washerwoman in her father's family.
A farm smokehouse had to be kept heavily padlocked, or even the colored
deacon himself could not resist a ham when Providence showed him in a dream, or otherwise, where such a thing hung lonesome, and longed for someone to love.
It is certainly a very remarkable fact, that one of the most efficient advocates of the slave population, now before the public, is a fugitive slave, in the person of FREDERICK DOUGLASS; and that the free colored
population of the United States are as ably represented by one of their own number, in the per- son of CHARLES LENOX REMOND, whose eloquent appeals have extorted the highest applause of multi- tudes on both sides of the Atlantic.
In a cupboard filled with books he came across one with brightly colored
pictures--it was a child's illustrated alphabet--
The king closed the door with his own hands, and began to walk up and down his apartment at a furious pace, like a wounded bull in an arena, trailing from his horn the colored
streamers and the iron darts.
It depended, so she came to think, when invited into his room for a private conference, upon a systematic revision of the card-index, upon the issue of certain new lemon-colored
leaflets, in which the facts were marshaled once more in a very striking way, and upon a large scale map of England dotted with little pins tufted with differently colored
plumes of hair according to their geographical position.
This splendid group of colored
suns sent rays darting in every direction, and as the horse and buggy--with Dorothy and Zeb--sank steadily downward and came nearer to the lights, the rays began to take on all the delicate tintings of a rainbow, growing more and more distinct every moment until all the space was brilliantly illuminated.
The gently sloping beach along which I walked was thickly strewn with strangely shaped, colored
shells; some empty, others still housing as varied a multitude of mollusks as ever might have drawn out their sluggish lives along the silent shores of the antediluvian seas of the outer crust.
At the time of which I write, the Art of Caricature was just approaching the close of its colored
and most extravagant stage of development.
His bushy hair and flowing beard were also colored
like the rocks, and so was his face.
The gigantic pine-forests, on the pointed crags, seemed almost like little tufts of heather, colored
by the surrounding clouds.