He shall dwell in thee, [even] among you
This seems to confirm the sense of it, being a stranger, a: proselyte servant that is here spoken of, since the law provides for his dwelling among the Israelites:
in that place he shall choose, in one of thy gates, where it liketh
he was not to be detained by the person that took him up in his own house, or be obliged to dwell in any certain place under, a restraint, but he might take up his abode in any of the cities of Israel, which would be most for his good, profit, and advantage:
thou shalt not oppress him;
by words, as the Targum of Jonathan adds,
``calling him a fugitive servant, or by any opprobrious name.''