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He drifted to Belleville, Illinois, about 1826, and was followed a year later by his parents.
He soon fell asleep, but Chrysea sat at the door watching the dark clouds as they drifted over the darker houses.
They had drifted from the outskirts of the crowded table and found themselves in the thinner crowd of saunterers.
SEPTIMUSWILLIAM J. LOCKE
Occasionally she met him in the hall; he drifted past her like a ghost.
THE CALIFORNIANSGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
She had drifted––she could, with Larry away––but now he was coming home!
AT THE CROSSROADSHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
But after a few hours my brain, refusing to concentrate on them, drifted back to the sea of bitter despair.
Why had I not profited that gentle mood of hers when we had drifted down the stream together?
Mrs. Linceford's party moved also, and drifted with the rest.
"The canoe has drifted off," he murmured to himself, in Spanish.
FOR THE LIBERTY OF TEXASEDWARD STRATEMEYER
Finally he bade his wife and her untutored friends a temporary farewell and drifted into Texas.