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a person engaged in buying and selling

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It's always best to do the humane thing, sir; that's been my experience." And the trader leaned back in his chair, and folded his arm, with an air of virtuous decision, apparently considering himself a second Wilberforce.
They an't pop'lar, and they an't common; but I stuck to 'em, sir; I've stuck to 'em, and realized well on 'em; yes, sir, they have paid their passage, I may say," and the trader laughed at his joke.
Shelby, and the trader bowed himself out of the apartment.
Now, it had so happened that, in approaching the door, Eliza had caught enough of the conversation to know that a trader was making offers to her master for somebody.
Still she thought she heard the trader make an offer for her boy;--could she be mistaken?
missis, missis," said Eliza, "there's been a trader talking with master in the parlor!
The heaviest load on his mind, after his conversation with the trader, lay in the foreseen necessity of breaking to his wife the arrangement contemplated,--meeting the importunities and opposition which he knew he should have reason to encounter.
If anybody had ever said to me that I should sell Tom down south to one of those rascally traders, I should have said, `Is thy servant a dog, that he should do this thing?' And now it must come, for aught I see.
You know your master never deals with those southern traders, and never means to sell any of his servants, as long as they behave well.
A new order of trappers and traders, also, has grown out of this system of things.
A totally different class has now sprung up:--"the Mountaineers," the traders and trappers that scale the vast mountain chains, and pursue their hazardous vocations amidst their wild recesses.
The house deserted, he entered the sleeping room, where the trader lay in a doze.
Port Adams is a salt-water village on Malaita, and Malaita is the most savage island in the Solomons--so savage that no traders or planters have yet gained a foothold on it; while, from the time of the earliest bˆche-de-mer fishers and sandalwood traders down to the latest labor recruiters equipped with automatic rifles and gasolene engines, scores of white adventurers have been passed out by tomahawks and soft-nosed Snider bullets.
Traders at the Abakpa Main Market have been offered free movement into shops in lots two and three of the International Market for the next one year by Ebonyi State government.
Other trader groups have lodged their protest for not including their representatives in the committee.