It is disagreeable for me to recall
and write these things, but I set them down that my story may lack nothing.
Finally, I shook the thing, hoping to recall
it for a moment to rationality.
An impression of this potato-hole is very distinctly engraved upon my memory, because I recall that during the process of putting the potatoes in or taking them out I would often come into possession of one or two, which I roasted and thoroughly enjoyed.
Though I was a mere child during the preparation for the Civil War and during the war itself, I now recall the many late-at-night whispered discussions that I heard my mother and the other slaves on the plantation indulge in.
The first pair of shoes that I recall wearing were wooden ones.
I recall the feeling of sorrow which existed among the slaves when they heard of the death of "Mars' Billy.
As I now recall the impression they made upon me, they did not at the moment seem to be sad because of the loss of property, but rather because of parting with those whom they had reared and who were in many ways very close to them.
Darling and Nana to recall
now, but not so little if that was to be Michael's last night in the nursery.
The accident he did not recall, nor did he recall aught of what had led up to it.
He puckered his brows in an attempt to recall some recollection of similar things.
I recall no childhood; but recollect only having been always as you see me now and as you saw me first when you were five years old.
I said that I would and so he told it to me, and now I shall try to re-tell it for you as nearly in the words of The Warlord of Mars as I can recall them, but in the third person.
I do not recall
any feeling of fear, unless a sudden chill was its physical manifestation.
I would paint her the life and joy of the fire-side circle and the lively summer group; I would follow her through the sultry fields at noon, and hear the low tones of her sweet voice in the moonlit evening walk; I would watch her in all her goodness and charity abroad, and the smiling untiring discharge of domestic duties at home; I would paint her and her dead sister's child happy in their love for one another, and passing whole hours together in picturing the friends whom they had so sadly lost; I would summon before me, once again, those joyous little faces that clustered round her knee, and listen to their merry prattle; I would recall
the tones of that clear laugh, and conjure up the sympathising tear that glistened in the soft blue eye.
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