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"We be home in half'n hour, mos' likely," added Uncle Eben, as he placed the suit cases and satchels in the car.
MARY LOUISE IN THE COUNTRYL. FRANK BAUM (AKA EDITH VAN DYNE)
Mr. Thompson and Mr. Rogers had arrived, meantime, with satchels and umbrellas, and had silently listened to the captain's news.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
"Russia leather," formerly made only in Russia, has been a favorite material for the choicest kinds of pocketbooks and satchels.
AMERICAN INVENTIONS AND INVENTORSWILLIAM A. MOWRY
Where he had been king of his own domain he became a sort of gentleman footman, carrying her sables and her satchels.
THE GAY COCKADETEMPLE BAILEY
Joyce and Eugenia put on their hats, and Eliot hurried out with the satchels as the carriage drove up.
THE LITTLE COLONEL'S HOUSE PARTYANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
There were pegs for their hats and garments, a shelf for their satchels and bundles.
IN WILD ROSE TIMEAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
"We are almost there; it's the next station," said the captain with satisfaction, beginning to collect satchels and parcels.
GRANDMOTHER ELSIEMARTHA FINLEY
There may be a hunter on the bank who wants to shoot the alligator to provide you with purses, handbags, or satchels.
THE WONDERS OF THE JUNGLE, BOOK TWOPRINCE SARATH GHOSH
At the same instant the satchels in all the Irish schools and in Columbas cell slipped off their hooks on to the ground.
OLD ENGLISH LIBRARIESERNEST SAVAGE
We have already noted the legend which tells how all the satchels in Ireland slipped off their pegs when Longarad died.
OLD ENGLISH LIBRARIESERNEST SAVAGE

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