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"Mrs. Bird slowly opened the drawer. There were little coats of many a form and
pattern, piles of aprons, and rows of small stockings; and even a pair of little shoes, worn and rubbed at the toes, were peeping from the folds of a paper. There was a toy horse and wagon, a top, a ball, -- memorials gathered with many a tear and many a heart-break! She sat down by the drawer, and, leaning her head on her hands over it, wept till the tears fell through her fingers into the drawer; then suddenly raising her head, she began, with nervous haste, selecting the plainest and most substantial articles, and gathering them into a bundle."
Mrs Bird gives little Harry her own dead son's things.
Uncle Tom's Cabin/ Chapter 9