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He himself had two in town and eight on his little Sabine farm, and he was a poor man and his father had been a slave.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
Marched at five o'clock and arrived at the Sabine river at eight; forded it.
Marched ourselves at two o'clock, and arrived at the river Sabine by five.
Crossed the Sabine river and came about one league on this side to a little prairie, where we encamped.
The river Toyac is a small stream, which discharges into the gulf of Mexico, at the same bay with the Sabine, in about lat.
The "falling garden" at "Sabine Hall" retains its eighteenth-century design intact.
The Sabine virgins, whom they had stolen, appear to have infused into them the first ideas of politeness.
America would be as happy as the Sabine girls, if she could be the means of uniting in perpetual peace her father and her husband.
"There is a little church around the corner that will, perhaps, permit the service," Mr. Sabine had said to Holland's friends.
At the same epoch, an insurrection which broke out in the Sabine territory was put down by Curius Dentatus.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.

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