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The name of Mr. Galloway should also be mentioned as one of the earliest workers in this direction.
Her meaning had been, from her earliest years, to marry, or be married.
THE MAID OF SKERRICHARD DODDRIDGE BLACKMORE
By earliest daylight they come crowding around the camp, as though they expected to find something eatable there.
THE LAND OF FIREMAYNE REID
Should anything immediately result from it, you may depend on the earliest intelligence.
This man came of Scottish ancestry, the earliest records of the family dating from 1547.
But from his earliest years he had entertained romantic notions, adventurous desires.
THE FLOCKMASTER OF POISON CREEKGEORGE W. OGDEN
One of his earliest and most popular burlesques was entitled La Mosquito.
CURIOSITIES OF THE AMERICAN STAGELAURENCE HUTTON
On certain festive occasions love-feasts are held, after the manner of the Agap of the earliest Christian churches.
A JULY HOLIDAY IN SAXONY, BOHEMIA, AND SILESIAWALTER WHITE
The importance of this last to the liberty and property of our citizens, induces me to urge it on your earliest attention.'
The need of every one to "know himself," both in mind and body, was taught by the earliest "Wise Men" of Greece.
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR MOTHER AND HOUSEWIFEMARION MILLS MILLER
WORDS RELATED TO EARLIEST
- in a state of nature
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