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In this apartment he found an old travelling-bag, or gripsack, hanging on a nail.
To cap it, the mule blundered off the trail and fell, throwing rider and gripsack out upon the rocks.
LOST FACEJACK LONDON
“Oh, thanks, old man; it was good of you to bring it out,” Bondell said when he received the gripsack.
LOST FACEJACK LONDON
Burns wanted to put the gripsack on another animal, but Churchill held on to it, carrying it on his saddle-pommel.
LOST FACEJACK LONDON
McMurdo picked up his leather gripsack and was about to start off into the darkness, when one of the miners accosted him.
THE VALLEY OF FEARSIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
I hope you will pack your gripsack and start home immediately upon receipt of this.
The first time this happened, Churchill dived and groped in three feet of water for the gripsack.
LOST FACEJACK LONDON
It's no joke walking a dozen miles under a hot sun, with a heavy gripsack in your hand.
DRIVEN FROM HOMEHORATIO ALGER
The finding of the bank book partially consoled Carl for the loss of his pocketbook and gripsack.
DRIVEN FROM HOMEHORATIO ALGER
I grasped my bundle and handed Paragot's dilapidated canvas gripsack to the patronne.
THE BELOVD VAGABONDWILLIAM J. LOCKE

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