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Apparently the wagons contained nothing of value, merely the clothing, provisions, and ordinary utensils of an emigrant party.

Keith of the BorderRandall Parrish

Evidently mountain-fever is what the English emigrant of the higher classes needs to thaw him out and attune him to American ways.

In the High ValleySusan Coolidge

Bourmont was an emigrant, and went into the Portuguese service.

The Greville MemoirsCharles C. F. Greville

Before starting, the emigrant should obtain all accessible information about the region he intends to visit.

When the emigrant left, in 1657, the woods must have been well grown.

The rosy face of the British emigrant is regarded as no beauty here.

Borrowing our colours from Mrs Moodie's pages, we may broadly sketch the discomforts of the emigrant's first few months in Canada.

The only emigrant in his party was Leonora, and I like to think they lived happily ever after on his little orange-farm.

Even the emigrant ship has regulations for the comfort of steerage passengers, unknown until recent years.

At this house there were two emigrant families, consisting of ten or twelve persons, who were going to settle in Tenessee.

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