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I had perquisites, too, which amounted to something handsome.

The loss of the Danes, including prisoners, amounted to about six thousand.

The total British loss in the battle of Trafalgar amounted to 1587.

The total loss of the English in killed, wounded, and drowned, amounted to 250.

The lines of railway at that time, 1834, amounted to seventy-eight miles.

In the fifth year of the settlement these salaries, reckoned in money, amounted to from £350 to £600.

He had a strange feeling, a feeling of apprehension which amounted to a certainty.

The thicket, before so formidable, amounted to nothing at all.

He was very delicate and afflicted with nervousness that amounted to insanity at times.

They were fifteen; it amounted therefore to seventy-five francs.