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George Shelby sends Cassy the bill of sale for Eliza.
Madame de Thoux (the aforementioned French lady) and Cassy travel to Canada in search of their family members – a brother and a daughter, respectively.
George and Eliza have made a life in Canada for the past five years.
Eventually, Madame de Thoux and Cassy find them. Though the pastor that takes them to the Harris household has prepared a little speech, Madame de Thoux immediately throws her arms around George and declares herself his sister, Emily.
Then Cassy sees Eliza, embraces her, and says, "Darling, I’m your mother!"
After much confusion, the whole story is explained and the families are reunited.
Madame de Thoux has a fortune and wants to use it for her family. George asks for an education. So they decide to go to France for a while. Emmeline goes with them and marries the first mate of the ship.
George Harris goes to university in France. Then the family decides to seek their fortunes in Liberia.
Miss Ophelia takes Topsy home with her to Vermont. Topsy endears herself to everybody and becomes an excellent Christian woman and, eventually, a missionary to Africa.
And, finally, Cassy’s son is discovered. He plans to join his family in Africa.