Uncle Remus sat gazing into the fireplace, as though lost in reflection.
So Remus listened to Romulus and began to be less contrite in his home-letters.
Meanwhile, Remus had been taken before Numitor, who gazed on him with surprise.
To Numitor, therefore, did the King deliver Remus, that he might put him to death.
Unk' Remus, ef you got any intruss in dat ole Affikin ape, you better make 'im lemme 'lone.
Uncle Remus was in such good humor that he needed no coaxing.
"We shall see, sir," said the member from Remus with dignity.
Uncle Remus seemed to boil over with argumentative indignation.
Qur cum13 is nsidit essent13 latrns, Remus captus est, Rmulus24 v s dfendit.
Here Uncle Remus paused and betrayed a disposition to drop off to sleep.