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he would kill her. But she said he "only said so to hear himself talk." and that he was a "fool anyhow". She was asked if she apprehended any danger to her life by Negroes as she went through the woods either day or night or at any time. She replied "not in the least." These are the only instances in which her life has been threatened, as she acknowledges. And she firmly refused to give the names of the said parties saying that they who threatened her life did not mean what they said and she wouldn't have them punished for it.
"Widows and orphans brought to starvation in consequence of emancipation."
I know of no instances of the kind. Her allegation that the Negroes are the most-degraded set imaginable, is untrue. All healthy negroes in this