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Once upon a time one of them came in a great state of excitement for a copy of the ‘Life of Mr. General Gazetteer.’
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
It may not be easy to find the exact locality referred to in this narrative by looking into the first gazetteer that is at hand.
A MORTAL ANTIPATHYOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
The Gazetteer replied, that he was obliged to obey only the King and the Cardinal.
Friedrich did read his terrible Sphinx-riddle; the Gazetteer tornado did pipe and blow.
No end to the industrious wonder of the Gazetteer mind, to the dark difficulties of the Diplomatic.
This defence, contained in two letters, signed Irenæus, was published in the Gazetteer.
Places not shown on this map can be located from directions given in the gazetteer.
I think, nevertheless, that the accuracy of some of the locations and elevations as given in the gazetteer is questionable.
Steele, however, had lost his place of Gazetteer for an attack upon Harley.
SWIFTLESLIE STEPHEN
One was a state gazetteer, another a volume of state laws, a third a small English dictionary, and a fourth was a Bible.
FIGHTING THE SEAEDWARD A. RAND

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