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what Aunt Sally thinks is wrong with Huck when the butter under his hat is melting down his face
Miss Watson has already set Jim free
secret Tom Sawyer is keeping the entire time he and Huck are working to free Jim
said by Joanna
"Well, I don't want to know no such foolishness as that. How is servants treated in England? Do they treat 'em better 'n we treat our ******s?"
said by Jim
"I ain' got nuffin but a coase comb en a piece o' paper, en a juice-harp; but I reck'n dey wouldn' take no stock in a juice-harp."
said by Aunt Sally
"Well, I never heard the likes of it in all my born days! So it was you, you little rapscallions, thats been making all this trouble and turned everybody's wits clean inside out and scared us all most to death."
said by Tom
"I'm sorry and I warn't expecting it; I won't ever do it again. They told me to. They all told me to. They all said kiss her; and said she'll like it."
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