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After an arduous peregrination through the land of spirits, the brother found and secured his sister as directed.
This proposition being readily acceded to, the party set forth upon their intended peregrination.
THE EVE OF ALL-HALLOWS, V. 2 OF 3MATTHEW WELD HARTSTONGE
Returning one day from such a peregrination, he determined to end a routine of existence so humiliating to his pride.
THE STROLLERSFREDERIC S. ISHAM
The purse of Ascham was not equal to the expense of peregrination; and, therefore, he hoped to have it augmented by a pension.
Leaving him to pursue his toilsome peregrination, we return once more to the cavern of Kalyb.
At nine o'clock we returned to Sydney, to report our fruitless peregrination.
Unluckily, during this peregrination one of the Dutch officers fell under the wheel, and had his thigh broken near the knee.
They were contented with the peregrination of daily necessity.
And where, I ask, would he be more likely to obtain the object of his peregrination, viz.
It could be nothing but the uneasy peregrination of Lichfield Stope.
WILD ORANGESJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER

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