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This city stands upon almost two equal parts on each side the river that passes through.
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
When she arrived she made a regular entry into the city in a coach all gold and glass, drawn by eight superb plumed horses.
You see, I am the city undertaker, and the people are dying here so fast, that I can hardly supply the demand for coffins.
Cheap as they are, they are a poorer speculation than even corner lots in a lithographic city of Nebraska or Oregon.
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The streets here are rather wide for an Italian city but would be deemed intolerably narrow in America.
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After an eight weeks' siege, a breach having been made, the city surrendered, and a month later the fort followed the example.
The volunteers and guerilla battalions were consequently disbanded, not a day too soon for the tranquillity of the city.
Venice is a City of the Past, and wears her faded yet queenly robes more gracefully by night than by day.
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Then, if you gentlemen are successful here, and capture Fulton and Jefferson City, our brightest hopes will be fulfilled.
Children, and the building of a city shall establish a name, but a blameless wife shall be counted above them both.

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