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It was not seen again, and still more beams winked on, began to search, systematically quartering the sky.
But the novelty of Mosby's mode of warfare consisted chiefly in the manner of subsisting, quartering and protecting his men.
In 1765 a Quartering Act was passed by which 10,000 imperial troops were quartered in the colonies.
The skinning and quartering took up the whole afternoon, and Billy was heavily laden when he drew his cart home.
At it we went, but in front and quartering on the left thick masses of the enemy slowly but steadily advanced upon us.
He gave much offence by his haughty and imperious demands for the quartering of the troops in New York and in Massachusetts.
This marriage added another quartering to the illustrious escutcheon of the Kervers.
The fourth Bill legalized the quartering of troops within the town of Boston.
These three Bills were followed by a fourth, legalizing the quartering of the troops on the inhabitants in the town of Boston.
But it was a quartering wind for Jimmy and did not delay him nearly so much as a head wind would have done.
THE FLYING REPORTERLEWIS E. (LEWIS EDWIN) THEISS

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