De powerfulles. s,ehmont she ever had hyeahd in all huh bo udays. That was saying a good deal, for the old A vpiiian Jii;,d lived many years on the Stone place and had heard many sermons from preachers, white and black. She was a judge, too. It really must have been a powerful sermon that Brother Lucius preached, for Aunt Doshy Scott had fallen in a trance in the middle of the aisle, while Merlatter Mag, who was famed all over the place for having white folks religion and never waking up, had broken through her re serve and shouted all over the camp ground. Several times Cassie had shown signs of giving way, but because she was frail some of the solicitous sisters held her with self-congratula tory care, relieving each other now and then, that each might have a turn in the rejoicings.
(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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