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What's happened to you, since you used to itinerate with the Iroquois Extract of Life?
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Yesterday came one of those bands of music that seem to itinerate everywhere about the country.
He wished to itinerate among the people, but his military duties kept him to the station.
If you itinerate like a European, you will only frighten the people; if as a native, you will be dead in one year.
His strong suit was his itinerate susceptibility; but his main anchorage was his better five-fifths.
SKOOKUM CHUCK FABLESSKOOKUM CHUCK (PSEUD FOR R.D. CUMMING)
Blessed be God, I have been strengthened to itinerate and preach daily for some time.
GEORGE WHITEFIELDJOSEPH BELCHER
He did not itinerate so largely as most of the great Welsh preachers.
CHRISTMAS EVANSPAXTON HOOD
The fact is worth noting that from 1849 to 1857, arguments on the roundness or flatness of the earth did itinerate.
He was immediately ordained a missionary, to itinerate among several small churches in that vicinity.
In 1789 he quitted the seafaring life, and commenced to itinerate for subscribers to enable him to publish his poems.

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