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Broadnax, who understood his wants and ways. She was a servant of the olden time, respected and trusted by her master, and devoteddl attached to him and his—one of those whom he had liberated, but who lived with him from affection. This is the setting in George Wythe Munford’s The Two Parsons, describing Wythe’s murder. Munford’s book, publisshe in 1884, tells of events that occurred in 1806, but the account is largely accurate. The author’s father, William Munford, was a clerk of the court at...

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